Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound

Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound de Centralia está en una zona rural y a menos de diez minutos en coche de Centralia Outlets y Complejo deportivo NW Sports Hub. Además, este complejo para familias se encuentra a 30 km de Capitolio de Washington y a 12,6 km de Centralia College (centro educativo).Te sen...

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Suíte superluxo, várias camas (Waterpark Included)

Max. 4 adultos y 3 niños

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Quarto (Grizzly Bear-Waterpark Included)

Max. 6 adultos y 5 niños

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Suíte (Waterpark Included-Kid Cabin)

Max. 6 adultos y 5 niños

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Quarto grand (Grand Bear-Waterpark Included)

Max. 6 adultos y 5 niños

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Quarto grand (Grand Bear-Waterpark Included)

Max. 6 adultos y 5 niños

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Suíte (Waterpark Included-Majestic Bear)

Max. 6 adultos y 5 niños

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Suíte (Waterpark Included-Wolf Den)

Max. 4 adultos y 3 niños

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Suíte (Waterpark Included-KidKamp)

Max. 4 adultos y 3 niños

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Suíte família (Waterpark Included)

Max. 4 adultos y 3 niños

Información de la propiedad

Check-in a partir de las: 16:00

Check-out hasta las: 11:00

Great Wolf Lodge Grand Mound de Centralia está en una zona rural y a menos de diez minutos en coche de Centralia Outlets y Complejo deportivo NW Sports Hub. Además, este complejo para familias se encuentra a 30 km de Capitolio de Washington y a 12,6 km de Centralia College (centro educativo).Te sentirás como en tu propia casa en cualquiera de las 398 habitaciones con aire acondicionado, frigorífico y microondas. Mantén el contacto con los tuyos gracias a la conexión a Internet wifi gratis. El cuarto de baño está provisto de ducha y bañera combinadas y secadores de pelo. Entre las comodidades,...

20500 Old Highway 99 SW - Centralia, Washington D. C. - Estados Unidos - 98531

Comodidades de la propiedad

Check-in a partir de las: 16:00

Check-out hasta las: 11:00

Calificación por los huéspedes

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Calificación de Viajeros
  • Excelente

    1830

  • Muy bien

    1450

  • Bueno

    1001

  • Razonable

    507

  • Mal

    319

Perfil del Viajero
  • De negocios

    62

  • En pareja

    27

  • En solitario

    2

  • En familia

    4687

  • Con amigos

    104

Resumen de puntajes
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  • Habitaciones

  • Limpieza

  • Relación calidad-precio

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Todo muy lindo y limpio q es lo q mas atrae alas personas y las personas muy atentas en todo el cuidado de los niños

Opinión escrita el 30 de julio de 2018

Los salvavidas muy atentos y bien organizados amables y responsables. Mis niños les encanto todo el lugar y los servicios los toboganes el agua muy limpia azulita se miraba. Mi familia quedo muy encantada y con planes para regresar nuevamente.

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Frustrante :(

Opinión escrita el 16 de julio de 2017

La parte de la piscina de los niños pequeños estuvo cerrada por todo un día completo y era el único lugar q mi niño de 4 años quería jugar , así q el estuvo enojado y triste encerrado en el cuarto casi todo el día !!! Fue frustrante

Yohanne C

Fantastico para los ninos en Invierno Genial

Opinión escrita el 20 de mayo de 2015

Era para mi una gran Ilusion llevar a mi sobrinos a este lugar donde ellos sonaban regresar,realmente un Fantastico y Magico Parque de Agua techado ...que para Invierno es Genial una forma de escape ,con una seguridad Extraordinaria en sus Instalaciones Salvadias totalmente pendiente de todas las piscinas y con una seguridad extrema...para los adultos lugar tranquilo de ralax para sentarse a charlar o tambien darse un buen Chapuson ,las instalaciones para dormir riquisimas e impecables con una temperatura rica dentro de la habitacion una suit regular con dos camas doble y un sofa cama eramos 6 y estubimos perfecto dentro de la habitacion dos ninos en el sofa y 4 adultos dos por camas genial y comodo el tamano de la habitacion ...se puede consumir pizzas ensaladas helados dentro del hotel el precio esta Basicamente bien a los alrededores comida rapida se encuentra mas economica Mac Dolnarl Jaxs inThe Box pizzas etc....SOLO UN DETALLE para completar la gran estadia dentro del hotel es cobrar algo adicional de mas en la estadia y colocar un pequeno desayuno continental en el lobby o seria Magnifico incluir un buen desayuno dentro del paquete es el unico detalle negativo que le veo es demasido bueno todo pero con este detalle se complementaria la Calidad Extrema del Hotel Gracias.Sandra Lang Venezuela

Sandra235

Excelente!!!

Opinión escrita el 4 de mayo de 2015

Hotel exclusivamente para ir con la familia , sobre todo con niños, un lugar de agua y piscinas gigante, calefaccionado y con muchisima atencion por parte de los guardavidas, sobre todo para preveer cualquier tipo de accidentes.Atracciones referidas al agua muy divertidas. Habitaciones grandes y confortables. Decoracion realmente muy buena. Tiene ademas una atraccion de aventuras magicas dentro del hotel para los niños de excelentisimo nivel. Muy recomendable, es necesario reservar con anticipacion.Imperdible

Raul P

PACKING & Money-Saving TIPS :)

Opinión escrita el 19 de enero de 2023

Our family has visited twice & had wonderful times each trip! These are things we did based on some suggestions from my mom friends & we came up with to improve our second trip. I hope you & your family have as great a time as we did! For context: For two adults & one kid, we spent about $650 for two nights/three days in a themed room and never left the lodge for meals. Packing Tip for Families: If you're going for multiple days & can't bring multiple swim suits for everyone, bring a drying rack! We packed a foldable drying rack (~$15 at Wal-Mart) and a small space heater for our hotel room. Surprisingly, the rooms don't have much space to spread things out to dry, or even very many racks/hooks. We used the portable drying rack w/space heater to quickly dry bath towels & swim suits overnight, as well as during the day when we took a lunch break. Another money-saving packing idea: Bring basic foods to keep in your room. Each room has a small fridge & microwave. We bring bread/pb&j/sliced ham/sliced cheese/bananas/chips/grapes/gatorade/microwave popcorn/yogurts. We are able to have lunch & snacks (and even a simple dinner) in the room and splurge on lodge restaurants for meals at our discretion, all without needing to leave the lodge! (much less stressful than trying to eat at nearby fast food places to save money, which is what another mom had told me their family does). My biggest Money-Saving Tip: We booked a few months out using coupon code found on the GWL website. (saved a huge amount! Sign up for their mailing list, too , for lots of coupon codes for future stays) We booked two nights during the middle of the week in the off-season (Tues/Wed in mid-January). We planned ahead w/ our son's teacher/school, and we saved *hundreds* of dollars! The weekend/school vacation rates are MUCH higher, especially if you want a themed suite. Plus, the water park & lodge aren't as crowded! If you stay in the hotel: your check out time is pretty early (11am), but you can pack a small bag w/ travel clothes & stay in the lodge/water park for the rest of the day! (Water park has lockers you can rent for the day! $15 for small, $20 for mid, $25 for large) Many families I know carry in their clothes in a tote to keep poolside & lock away just their valuables on their last day. You can even continue to use your wristband to charge your room (and use your dining package, if you bought one) through the end of the day! (8pm) Don't sleep on adding a dining package: It's a real deal. You need to add it to your reservation before you get there. We spent $150 for $200 worth of food (and happily used it all for two adults/one kid in two nights/three days) The dining package allows you to buy food/beverages at any of their restaurants, including alcohol at the Grizzly Rob's bar & coffee at Starbucks. Grizzly Rob's Bar: is the bar in the water park (yay!) & it requires ID (errr... this was tricky). Since the GWL wrist bands allow you to enter your room & make purchases, there is no need to carry a wallet around the lodge/water park. For purchases at the bar, we slipped our IDs into the pages of a book (or in a phone case) for portability around the lodge and safe keeping. (I like to read while my son splashes around. Bathrobes/Hooded Towels: are a good idea for when you're leaving the water park & walking back to the room or to get food. Lots of kids/adults are fine just in their suits, but to keep kiddos warm & comfortable (it can be chilly leaving the warm pool area), a cozy cover-up that is also absorbent is a great item to pack. The pool towels are provided, but they have to stay in the water park. My only complaints: the wifi isn't very strong & the arcade is very expensive. The Pup/Paw/Wolf Passes each give $5 in arcade credit, but that is used up in literally two games. It's enough to get your kid in the arcade and begging for more. We skipped the pass & avoided the arcade completely on our second trip. Instead, I gave my 10yo son the pass money and let him use it as he wished for souvenirs/attractions of his choice. That might not work for all kids, but the passes are designed to get kids out of the waterpark & into ALL of the other attractions, but each of those, sadly, is a black hole for money in extras, LOL. Thankfully, the water park proved to be plenty of attraction for my kiddo, and we saved some money on our second trip b/c I wasn't dragging him to all the corners of the lodge. I wish you & your family a wonderful time! Be creative & make it work for y'all.

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