Where Should I Stay in Port Angeles, Washington?
Here is an excellent source to find a place to stay while you visit our neighboring city of Port Angeles, Washington.
By. Zion Hilliker
Red Lion Hotel
The Red Lion Hotel is a mid level hotel that does the job. It is near the water with a very short walk to the Olympic Discovery Trail and Hollywood beach. In addition you are right near the heart of downtown Port Angeles. A reasonable price and a pet friendly for your furry friends. If you get an ocean front room you will have some amazing views!
Olympic Lodge, like Red Lion, is a quality establishment in Port Angeles with a different aesthetic. While Red Lion offers ocean views Olympic Lodge brings you the beauty of the surrounding Olympic Mountains and the Peninsula Golf Course. The pricing is reasonable and the ammenities are fair. A great all around place to stay.
Port angeles Inn
The Port Angeles Inn is a good value place to stay. It isn't fancy but it is reasonable, clean, and in a great location near downtown Port Angeles. Like the other hotels mentioned this one also offers spectacular views of the surrounding area.
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George Washington Inn
This is the creme dela creme of places to stay in Sequim / Port Angeles. It is conveniently located on the border of Sequim and Port Angeles and the views alone are worth a visit. The owners are fellow lavender farmers and wonderful people. The rooms are beautiful and luxurious. The George Washington Inn is the best choice if your budget allows.
Red Caboose Getaway B&B
Lost Mountain Lodge
Lost Mountain Lodge is a beautiful B&B centrally located near downtown Sequim. It is also a short drive to Lost Mountain Lavender. If you are looking for a more traditional B&B experience, this is it.
Sequim Bay State Park
Sequim Bay State Park is an excellent spot for tent camping.There are also RV hookups. Check out their website for reservations and pricing. It is on the far East side of Sequim which makes coming into town about a 10 minute drive. Easy access to the Olympic Discovery Trail and gorgeous views of Sequim bay.
John Wayne Marina
Named after, you guessed it, John Wayne; this marina is a great spot for boat launching, tent camping, or RV camping. John Wayne bequeathed this land to the Port of Port Angeles prior to his death. Plenty to do and see here and not quite as far as the state park. Very close to the 7 Cedars Casino. The John Wayne Marina is a great spot to soak in the great outdoors all within a short trip back to civilization.