I booked a special getaway offered by this Lodge in lovely La Conner called the "Resolution Retreat Weekend" - described as an all-inclusive early January night's stay, which included an appetizer buffet prepared by the Nell Thorn restaurant, a piano player and a wine tasting from local Silver Bell Winery. We had stayed at their other property, the Country Inn, once before - we found it very comfortable, but it doesn't offer the lovely view the Channel Lodge does - and eaten several times at Nell Thorn (in our opinion, one of the better restaurants in Washington State), so we were anticipating a very pleasant stay. Our room was small but comfortable, with a nice lodge-style decor, a gas fireplace and a lovely view, the appetizer buffet was varied, delicious and plentiful, the piano player quite accomplished and the wines exceptional; however, the Lodge was built in 1991, and evidently providing good insulation between rooms and floors wasn't considered a high priority. We could clearly hear our upstairs neighbors chatting to each other, walking around and (unfortunately quite late at night) indulging in conjugal bliss. It wasn't something we felt comfortable complaining about, as it certainly wasn't the fault of the people above us - they weren't purposefully loud - but this situation definitely put a damper on the enjoyment of our stay. We would therefore hesitate to recommend the Lodge, unless you get a room on the top floor (which we were advised are primarily King-Parlour Suites, with a +$50 nightly rate).