We've stayed at the Salish before, but we hadn't been for quite a while. The pluses- beautiful setting, nicely appointed rooms with the signature whirlpool tubs, and the spa. The massage at the spa was excellent. The minuses- some features of the room are looking tired such as rust marks on the bathroom ceiling, bubbles in the paint in the bathroom from a leak sometime in the past, slightly tired pillows. Cheap coffee mate packets sit next to the Keurig coffee maker. You see what I mean? It's got a beautiful coffee maker system and top quality coffee and cheap coffee mate to put in it. I am trying to remember exactly, but I think they had separate potential charges for specialized pillows, bath butler preparations, resort fees, ect. The restaurant is nice, but quite expensive. One strange practice: the room service menu is now on the television, so you have to turn the tv on and get real close to it to review the menu. This is strange and not in any way luxurious. All and all, it's a nice place to stay, but when I want to splurge, this would probably not be my go-to place.