Originally built in 1922 as a Masonic & Eastern Star home, the Grand Lodge is off the beaten path in Washington County wine country, thirty minutes west of Portland. After exploring local vineyards, enjoy a meal in our Ironwork Grill or Yardhouse Pub, unwind in the soaking pool or get a massage from Ruby’s Spa. Later, stroll the gardens, play some pool in the Doctors Office or share a bottle of wine in Bob’s Bar.
- Spa / Hot Tub,
- Pet Friendly,
- Family Friendly,
- Restaurant / Lounge,
- Handicap Accessible,
- Internet Access,
- Air Conditioning,
- Bike Parking,
TripAdvisor Ratings & Reviews
Hotel is fun, but couldn't sleep
We really enjoyed the soaking pool and the grounds. Food at Iron Works was tasty and service was great. I will visit this property again, but probably not stay here. Our room was so loud it kept me up most of the night. We were below a bathroom and the pipes were on our ceiling. There was constant loud water flushing. The walls were so thin I could clearly hear the people in the next room's discussion. Truly a terrible night's sleep and not worth the money.
Soaking Pool should be re-named Local Kiddie Pool!
I have gone to relax in the so called Japanese style "Soaking Pool," now about a dozen times...I have found that in the evenings; from 5pm to 9pm, the tranquil setting that is the vibe of the Grand Lodge doesn't hold true when it comes to the pool!!! The lodge allows kids thruout the entire hours of pool being available...Somebody please get a clue! Set kiddie hours from 2 to 4 or 5pm...Cmon, adults want to relax in the awesme outdoor garden pool setup..BTW, when do you see alcohol allowed at a pool where kids are involved? Could this be a OLCC issue? I hope so!!! Give us adults the tranquil soak as the name implis...Afterall, it doesn't say swimming pool, splashing pool, ...rite?
Surprised to The Upside, Friendly Helpful Staff
We had such a nice surprise. The grounds, the soaking pool, the restaurant and most of all the helpful staff at the front desk helped make sure we had a very pleasant stay. Kudos to Samantha, Bryn, Ashley and Conlan for being good listeners and caring about our needs and comfort. Kudos to manager Perla for having outstanding staff members. Room was very clean and the housekeeping showed how much they care. The grounds, the landscaping and the ambiance were so beautiful that we seriously can't wait to return
Grand Lodge is a destination in itself
Surrounded by a giant hedge, the Grand Lodge property is a destination in itself. Walking paths around the property, a salt water soaking pool, and plenty of bars and food. The place is decorated with unique art and, like the other properties, retains most of the building's original architectural charm and features. We stayed in one of the rooms with a private show and W/C. At about $135 per night, it was fairly priced we thought.
Narrow, cramped hallways with dark, closet sized rooms - more like a hostel than a lodge
This is not a place to stay if you are looking for a comfortable, relaxing break from being on the road. Besides the rather uncaring and inattentive girls at check-in, our room was so dark and small I needed to go to the parking lot and sleep in the motorhome for the night (I stopped here so I could get OUT of the motorhome). I have mild claustrophobia and sometimes a really small elevator will weird me out a little but it has never bothered me in a hotel room before - it was that tiny, dark and cramped with no windows. And no tv or telephone!! What is that! Many of the rooms have shared bathrooms with 4 or 5 other rooms? OK - tv certainly isn't a necessary item but it DOES relax me after a day on the road, helps me sleep through the night, and it is pretty much expected in any hotel room these days. When I questioned them about it they said they don't have tv's because they want you spending more money doing other things at the lodge. And their explanation for no phone was that a guest a couple months before drank too much and broke it and they just haven't bothered to replace it yet. My opinion of this lodge, as a place to stay for the night when traveling, is that it sucks big time and not worth any traveler's consideration. As a 'fun' place to go for the weekend, perhaps. As a nice fun night out with the family, probably. They should forget about overnight accommodations and stick to their good points (nice rooms aren't it). I gave them an extra star because they truly do have some very interesting gardens. When I woke up in the motorhome the next morning I walked around one of their gardens out by the parking lot (where the motorhome was) and was amazed at how many fruits and vegetables were growing. If they use any of this bounty for their restaurants it must make for some fabulous dishes. I did not eat there but my wife did. She ate at an outside table and said the service was pretty slow but the food was very good.