The Paradise Inn, built in 1916 and designated as one of the "Great Lodges of the West" provides 121 guest rooms, the Paradise Inn Dining Room, Tatoosh Café, and gift shop filled with souvenirs, apparel, memorable gifts, prints from local photographers, and pottery crafted by local artisans.
In 1919, Han Fraehnke, a German carpenter, added much of the decorative woodwork that he designed and built himself. A skilled craftsman, Han also built the lodge’s rustic piano and the 14 foot grandfather clock.
Step outside the historic Paradise Inn accommodations and be welcomed by the site of meadows in full bloom, miles of trails that lead to adventures in all directions and explore the outdoors the way it was meant to be, free from modern life stresses and distractions. Stand in awe of Nisqually Glacier and head out to the Longmire Museum or the visitor centers at Ohanopecosh, Sunrise and Paradise for more information and displays of the areas rich history.