Chateau Suite, Oregon Caves National Monument - Bathroom Review
The real treat of visiting the Oregon Caves National Monument wasn't just the caves but staying one night at the lodge. As already described in my previous posts, the Chateau was built in the 30s and is a rare example of a visitor center from an era of the hunting lodge. Large open wooden beams, wood siding, everything at the lodge was like stepping into a time machine and going back to a different and more classy time period. The price we paid was ~$230 to stay in a two room suite with it's own bathroom that overlooked the the waterfall and pool that comes out of the cave entrance. For the experience, it was money well spent!
The bathroom of our suite was not exactly luxurious by modern standards but for the time it would have been very upscale. The fixtures all dated back to I'm guessing the 40s or 50s. It was found to be clean but of course this was a hotel room so that should be expected. I will give credit to the design aspect just because of it's time period but there wasn't anything artistic. The bathroom was of course free of graffiti and vandalism. Overall this bathroom deserves a 4 flush rating.
Chateau Suite, Oregon Caves National Monument, Oregon - Public Restroom Review - 4/5 Flushes
|Facility||Location||Cleanliness||Design||Artwork||Free of Graffiti||Free of Vandalism||Notes|
|Chateau Suite||Oregon Caves National Monument, Oregon||Clean and functional retro restroom.|