The rest of the room maintains the lodge/cabin feel. It has Log bed, table and chairs, coffee table and end chairs. Not exactly a luxury feel or my favorite look but the theme carries out well with the rest of the lodge.
The room has a microwave, coffee maker and mini fridge. This is great for keeping your snacks and meals in if you want to save some money. We brought our own drinks,bottled water, snacks and even picked up a birthday cake from the nearby target to celebrate my daughters birthday in the room. Great Wolf does offer a birthday package but we decided to save money by doing it on our own. The room will have bottled water but at $2.00 a bottle you may want to come prepared so that you don't let your thirst override your money saving sense!
The Bear Paw has ice cream, candy and bakery items. The ice-cream was good. However, I did get a chocolate muffin that was so gross I ended up tossing it in the trash.
They have also have a buffet. The adult price is almost $20 and the kids price was around $6. This can add up pretty quick if you have a large group. We actually did not intend to eat there, but we decided to give it a try because we were to tired to venture away from the Lodge like we originally planned. The had a huge selection of food, lots of kids friendly options, and I was pleasantly surprised by the quality of the food. The also have a breakfast buffet but we ate breakfast in our room.
For your coffee fix, they do have a Starbucks. I loved that you could save the regular coffee or iced tea cup from your first order and get $1 refills for the rest of your stay.
I mentioned in part 1 of this series that they also have concussion stand in the waterpark portion as well. I do love all of the options but the cost adds up pretty quickly. I recommend deciding where to splurge and where to save when it comes to eating at the lodge.