Quinault HotelsHidden amongst the Olympic National Forest with its rainforest climate and thick, lush greenery; Quinault enjoys an isolated location where you can truly enjoy the peaceful surrounds of nature. From the calm lake used for fishing, swimming, and boating, to the many trails through the woods where you'll discover unspoiled sights such as waterfalls, it's a unique and utterly breathtaking location for a rural escape. Things to seeWandering around the lush greenery and the tall conifer trees of the Quinault Rain Forest Nature Trail, you'll come across many natural wonders such as bubbling brooks, tumbling waterfalls, and the world's oldest spruce tree which has been growing for over 1,000 years. Lake Quinault is on the southern edge of the park, and is a popular retreat for those looking for a peaceful escape. This calm and serene lake is popular for fishing, swimming, and boating, and there are several festivals and events going on throughout the year. You can also take the Quinault Lake Loop by car or bike, and with 31 miles to explore you can take your time and enjoy the mountain scenery, with both paved and unpaved areas to navigate along the way. Hotels in QuinaultMost of the hotels in Quinault offer lodge style accommodation, offering everything you need within the resort for a comfortable vacation. You'll find features such as bars, restaurants, lounges, fireplaces in the lobby, free guest parking, WiFi, and indoor pools. Guestrooms are also well equipped for a comfortable stay, and you'll find options such as lake view rooms, as well as pet friendly accommodation for those who want to bring their furry friend along. You'll also enjoy amenities such as complimentary toiletries, premium bedding, rooms with fireplaces, balconies or patios, rollaway beds, optional adjoining rooms, and premium television channels. Where to stayQuinault appeals to those seeking a rural escape, therefore you shouldn't expect to find much in the way of modern facilities. Most of the town is set in the Olympic National Forest, and as you drive or walk down the winding trails you'll hear nothing but bird song and the wind rustling the leaves. Leading into Quinault you'll pass the Amanda Park which is a small and charming mountain town. Here you'll find a few gas stations, coffee shops, and other useful facilities along the freeway, with breathtaking mountain scenery framing the landscape. There are also a couple of charming local restaurants in Amanda Park, with casual dining and a friendly welcoming atmosphere. How to get to QuinaultSeattle–Tacoma International Airport is about a 2.5 hour drive from Quinault, and you can pick up a rental car or shuttle service from the terminal. The airport has regular flights arriving from major cities across the world, including services from Europe and Asia. Another option is to take one of the private coach tours that leave from Seattle and other major cities, and these will usually need to be booked in advance and might mean you have to stick to a rather rigid itinerary.