Wednesday, April 21, 2010

Lake Crescent Lodge Kicks Off Season with Grand Opening Special Travelers Can Receive up to 27 Percent Savings in Olympic National Park

Lake Crescent Lodge, a historic Olympic National Park lodge, announces its Grand Opening Special in conjunction with the season opening on May 7, 2010. From opening day to June 15, 2010, guests can book lodging for as low as $79 a night plus taxes and fees for a total savings of up to 27 percent.

Built in 1916 as “Singer’s Tavern” in Olympic National Park, Lake Crescent Lodge, whose management was recently awarded to ARAMARK Parks and Destinations, a leading national park concessioner, is an ideal base camp for the variety of recreational activities in the park. Highlights of the lodge include watching the sunset over Lake Crescent, exploring the beautiful glacier-carved lake in a rowboat, fishing for Beardsley and Crescenti Trout, hiking the nearby Marymere Falls Trail, or even taking a day-trip to Hurricane Ridge.

Guests of Lake Crescent Lodge can enjoy the charm of a turn-of-the century resort in comfortable, spacious guest rooms nestled among giant fir and hemlock trees, or experience the historic cottages, all with lake and mountain views.

“Lake Crescent Lodge offers the perfect tranquil environment to call home after a day spent discovering all that Olympic National Park has to offer,” said Nancy Williams, general manager at Lake Crescent Lodge. “The Grand Opening Special offers an unbeatable rate for guests who love coming back to Lake Crescent every year as well as those who have never been to this hidden gem on the Olympic Peninsula.”

For more information about lodging and activities at Lake Crescent Lodge, or to book the Grand Opening Special, please call (866) 297-7367 or visit Promo code: OPENRATE.

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