ADA Features & Accessibilities
A guide to making your Kalaloch escape accessible.
Parking: We have two ADA parking spots in the lot closest to the lodge, and an ADA parking spot in front of each of our accessible Cabins (Bluff Cabin #43 and Kalaloch Cabin #40).
Entrance Doors: There is a ramp on the front of the Main Lodge building to the main front door, but not to the registration area (there are two steps to go down). We also have a sidewalk and a ramp to the back deck of our Creekside Restaurant, where you can dine and enter the restaurant via the back entrance. We do not have automatic doors on the property.
Front Desk Registration: The entrance closest to the ADA parking is our gift shop/registration entrance; it has a sliding glass door that wheelchairs can access, and there is a low counter for signing paperwork. The sliding glass door access is not fully accessible; there is a bit of a bump that guests using wheelchairs would need to navigate.
Ramps & Elevators: We do not have an elevator on property, but we do have a ramp at the main lobby entrance. Kalaloch Cabin #40 also has a ramp.
Dining: Our Creekside Restaurant dining room and lounge area are both ADA accessible. Both have wide entrances. The lounge area has a hardwood floor, and the restaurant has low-density carpet. There is ramp access to both the front and back of the dining room, with a ramp from the lounge to the main dining area. We do not have a menu in Braille.
Shopping Areas: Shopping in our gift shop is accessible. The Mercantile front door is wide and the aisles are accessible.
Guestrooms: We kindly ask guests who do not require ADA-accessible features to select a different room type if another will fit their needs.
- Mobility Accessible Kalaloch Cabin #40 has a ramp to the door, and the doorway provides at least 32" of clear width. ADA parking is located directly in front of the cabin. The bathroom features a roll-in shower with a removable shower head and seat in the shower, and grab bars at the toilet. The kitchen has lowered counters, and the cabin also has one combined switch for both the main light and fan for easier access. This cabin has one bedroom, two queen beds and a double hid-a-bed to sleep up to six people.
- Mobility Accessible Bluff Cabin #43 has a sidewalk leading directly up to the door with no steps, and the doorway provides at least 32" of clear width. The bathroom features an accessible transfer shower with a seat, as well as grab bars at the toilet. The cabin has two queen size beds and a sofa sleeper, and can sleep up to six people in a studio style setting.
Please call us at 866-662-9928 should you have further questions about accessibility.
Other ADA Amenities, Limitations, and Barriers: Our public restroom inside the lobby/restaurant area are ADA accessible. There is no beach access for wheelchairs, but the beach can be viewed from the lodge. Guests using wheelchairs may have difficulty with the front office and gift shop entrances. Lowered counter space and ADA parking are limited. Our property is a bit limited, but we will do everything possible to accommodate all of our guests.
For Your Accessibility Needs
- The hotel's public entrance is accessible.
- The route from the hotel's accessible public entrance to the registration area is not fully accessible.
- The route from the hotel's accessible public entrance to the accessible guest rooms is accessible.
- The route from the hotel's accessible public entrance to the restaurant is accessible.
- The route from the hotel's accessible public entrance to the meeting room/ballroom area is accessible.
- Accessible guest rooms with mobility features have doorways that provide 32" of clear width.
- The registration desk is not fully accessible.
- The hotel's public restrooms are accessible.
- Accessible parking spaces for cars are provided in the self-parking facility.
- Van-accessible parking spaces are provided in the self-parking facility.
- The restaurant is accessible.
"Used to take our daughters here for spring break. They loved it, so when my 10 yr old granddaughter came to visit from the east coast this was first on my list. The area boasts rare rain forests, and tide pools none of which she can enjoy at home plus a non crowded beach that's free to visit! Back to the Lodge. We have always stayed in a cabin on the bluff. They are clean quaint and comfy. The staff will quickly respond to any requests and want to make you feel at home. This year is a challenge with Covid-19 restrictions but they do well to accommodate around that. I do like their extra precautions since my granddaughter isn't old enough to be vaccinated yet."
"We recently stayed in an ocean front cottage. It's basic but the little kitchen was perfect for breakfast. The views can't be beat and our stay was peaceful and relaxing. We only stayed one night but would definitely stay again. The restaurant is decent as well."
"This was our first visit and we will be back. The views from the cabin were outstanding. Sunsets on the bluff with a glass of wine or a beer were the perfect end to long days of exploring the beaches close by, Ruby Beach, Rialto Beach and Beach 4. We also took in Lake Quinault and Hoh Rainforest. Our cabin was rustic and had all the necessities. The beds were comfortable. The rooms were clean. This is an older lodge and cabin venue, so do not expect modern distractions like cell service or TV. You really do not need them."
"Beautiful place, comfy cabins with kitchens, fireplace all the necessities. The views are incredible. The food was yummy in the lodge. Loved it!"