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We had previous reservations for a king room when we got there was a long time before we could get checked in only one person working the front desk by the time we got to our room we were in his Austi... more »
We celebrated our granddaughter birthday by going to Kah-Nee-Ta Hot Springs Pool. Had great fun playing with the kiddo's in the pool and challenging them to take on the two slides. Only one of the gra... more »
Stayed in one of the teepees right outside the main pool. Was such a kid friendly fun experience. Kids can run and play in a huge grass area all day/night. The teepee sleeps 10 but we easily fit 12. T... more »
The stay was fun. My kids enjoyed the pool and slides. But the service was not great. The people took long time too take orders and serve food. But the food tasted good. The thanksgiving buffet was delicious. The breakfast buffet was okay. They did not have any pancakes though. overall it was good as my kid's enjoyed it but service wise they need to improve.
Sad to say this property has let itself go, certainly not worth the $165 we paid for our Village room. That included a $15 pet fee, where the room had obviously had pets left unattended. Outdated bedding and drapes, TV was old, not a flat screen, reception was terrible and no remote for the TV. Lights above 1 bed were broken, room was very dark. Bathroom had black mold around the tile top. Walls had nail holes and scratches. No microwave. That being said, it did not seem unclean, just a serious state of deferred maintenance. We took the kids to the pool, it was a cold January 1st night, they did not have pool towels available, requested the lodge bring some down and they did after the second call. Pool was tepid, not a hot spring temperature you would expect. Shower rooms had graffitti on the walls and lockers. We left at 6:30am to catch sunrise on the mountain, and the front desk let me view the lodge rooms. When I asked if the Lodge rooms were as bad, she looked hesitant to answer. It is obvious they know the quality they are putting out there. Upon viewing, the Lodge room were not nearly as run down as the Village, but could use some updating and fresh coat of paint, to cover old picture holes. It is really too bad that with such a great natural resource and beauty of the area, that they have let this property go. I could imagine it once again being a destination if they could invest in it. Bonus: getting up early we were treated to wild horses on the drive back to Mt. Hood.
Kah-Nee-Ta is a great place to relax and unwind. The warm springs pool with its two slides is fantastic. The lodge is beautiful and everyone is very friendly. The rooms are comfortable but need some updating. The shower in my room was not very good. The door wouldn't close and the water ran hot and cold even when no one was using the sink at the same time. Overall, it was a nice experience and we will be back again.
Great food and front service. First time coming here, first stay with my family of 5. 3 children w/ 2 adults. No complaints, great views and food. The pool was very relaxing and the sauna, wow! Makes the stay even better. Gift shop had lots of great items and the kids loved the game room. Restaurant has great food, highly recommend the Bison burger! We stayed in a parlor suite which was very comfortable with plenty of room for the kids to run around and not be stricken with the “cabin fever” feeling. Looking up at the stars at night is another fantastic view as well! Can’t wait to come back on spring!
The resort is quiet during the winter, but still has a restaurant open from 7am to 10pm with a pretty good variety. They also have a new sports bar which had Thursday night football on a projector with the sound on. Pool, hot tub and gym room were all available and the staff was very helpful and accommodating. The view from the rooms can't be beat and the weather is usually sunny regardless of whats happening over in portland. If you are looking for a quiet get away during the winter this is perfect!
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