The Quinault Indian Nation is a very sacred part of the identity at Quinault Beach Resort and Casino; we are proud to be an enterprise of the Nation. The hotel and casino is located on Quinault Beach, and is 21 miles from Aberdeen and 25 miles from the Quinault Indian Nation Cultural Center. Contemporary suites have free Wi-Fi, flat-screens with cable channels, and coffeemakers. Some include fireplaces and / or ocean views. Upgraded suites have whirlpool tubs. Room service is available and parking is free. Dining options include an upscale bistro, a lounge bar and a deli. There's also a fitness center and a spa, while the lively casino offers slots, table games and a poker room.
The Quinault people are among the small number of Americans who can walk the same beaches, paddle the same waters and hunt the same lands their ancestors did centuries ago. The Quinault Indian Nation is comprised of over 2,800 members of the Quinault, Queets, Hoh, Quileute, Chehalis, Cowlitz, and Chinook tribes. The 208,150-acre reservation is pure in its wild coastline, unspoiled lakes, raging rivers, and pristine wilderness. It is also home to one of the largest conifer-producing forest in America.
The members of the Quinault Indian Nation (QIN) want to share their heritage and special gifts with you. You are invited to visit the reservation and have an Indian guide take you and your family on a fishing trip on their sacred waters, take a guided tour of the untouched coastal beaches and learn about the native birds and mammals from Tribal members who truly know the land; or simply visit the cultural center in Taholah.