Red Lion Hotel Port Angeles

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Red Lion Hotel from the bay

The Red Lion Hotel Port Angeles is located right on the beautiful waterfront of Puget Sound, just one block from the Olympic National Park Visitor Center. The only full-service hotel with meeting space on the Olympic Peninsula, the Red Lion is perfect for every trip from family getaways, to business conferences. 

You’ll be poised to adventure, situated less than two miles from the Hurricane Ridge Entrance of the park. Explore stunning alpine peaks, the crystal-clear waters of Lake Crescent and the 90-foot cascade of Marymere Falls from this entrance.

Make sure to bring your passport because the Red Lion is just half a mile from the Black Ball Ferry Line, which will take you across the sound to experience the Canadian city of Victoria. If you’re not up for international travel but still want to get out on the water, Port Angeles whale watching is also just half a mile from the hotel. You could see killer whales, humpbacks or minke whales on your tour.

The charming town of Port Angeles is home to eclectic shops, the freshest seafood and is just minutes from diverse recreation opportunities.

For more information:
221 N. Lincoln St. Port Angeles WA 98362


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