Accommodation

We’ve thoughtfully gathered our suggestions for the best places to stay in the Northwest – from B&Bs to hotels to camping and glamping and everything in between. And don’t miss our guide on the most unique places to stay in the Northwest.

Collins Inn

(360) 591-1130

318 Marina Court Southeast, Ocean Shores, WA, United States

Always open

Ocean Shores only 5 star full accommodation Bed & Breakfast with 6 themed rooms. Breakfast served to all Inn rooms with a choice of delivered to your room or in the dining area. Read More

Kalaloch Lodge

(866) 662-9969

157151 U.S. 101, Forks, Washington, United States

Always open

Kalaloch Lodge is an Olympic National Park hotel property located a few sandy steps from the pristine Pacific coast. Kalaloch offers accommodations with spectacular views, comfortable amenities and unrivaled outdoor recreation. Read More

Hobuck Beach Resort

(360) 645-2339

2726 Makah Passage, Neah Bay, WA, United States

Always open

Set in the midst of the 44-square-mile Makah Indian Reservation, just south of Cape Flattery, is Hobuck Beach Resort. The 17 acre family-oriented resort is located in Neah Bay, fronting Hobuck Beach at the very northwestern tip of the continental United States in Washington State. Read More

Wickaninnish Inn - Tofino, Canada

+1 250-725-3100

Wickaninnish Inn, Osprey Lane, Tofino, BC, Canada

Always open

The Wickaninnish Inn, Tofino Canada, is a landmark Relais & Châteaux property- an enchanting and critically acclaimed destination perched on the awesome western edge of beautiful British Columbia. No trip to BC – and indeed, Canada – should be made without experiencing this remarkable Tofino hotel destination. Read More

Wallowa Lake Lodge - Oregon

541-432-9821

60060 Wallowa Lake Hwy, Joseph, Oregon 97846, United States

On the shores of glacial Wallowa Lake, historic Wallowa Lake Lodge is a peaceful retreat in Oregon’s spectacular Wallowa Mountains. Like one of the great national park lodges, but without the crowds, the lodge offers wilderness hiking, fishing, boating and more, just steps from its front door. Read More