This trip to Salish Lodge and Spa for my wife and I to make up for a couple of low-key anniversaries was an amazing experience! The Patio room was wonderful. The spa tub in the room helped us relax. The food at the Dining Room was incredible. We were pampered with rose petals on the table, a toasting glass of brut each, and a small celebratory dessert with a candle in it for low key birthday celebrating make-up time. The in-room fireplace, and the brazier out on our patio were enjoyed. We slept. We cuddled. We dined. We relaxed. It was really fun.
Salish Lodge is a destination. Between the waterfall and the lodge itself, there are many pleasant views around. The suits have clean, lovely modern decor and very comfortable beds. We stayed in the King room which had a spacious shower with two showerheads -- a great bonus – and a balcony with a river view. There is plenty of room for sitting and luggage storage and a good amount of space to work if you need to. On the property is also a restaurant, which overlooks the river and the valley, and a casual bar with the same view from a higher vantage point. These spaces share a locally focused sustainable kitchen with a delicious menu selection. I also loved having a fireplace in the room! There is also coffee/tea and snacks throughout the guest hallways so you will never go starting :) The spa requires reservations for services and for the use of shared facilities: plunge pool, steam room, and sauna. This space also has a lovely view making it a nice spot to relax in. Nearby is a town you can walk to (with a brewery), a few hikes, and ski hills.…
A really relaxing, calm, peaceful place to stay. Just listening to the sound of the falls and wind in the trees was so relaxing. Yes, it is pricey but it truly is worth every penny. As a solo traveler it is hard to find places where you feel like you belong and this place does it well!
Wonderful room with lovely fireplace and giant tub. Nice wine tasting - Vincente is great! The falls are beautiful on a 70 degree day in March! Looking forward to trying the food later and enjoying the fire pit outside.
Had a great experience at Salish and the falls. Vincente had a nice wine tasting of local wines that were surprisingly good. The weather was wonderful, which most say we were lucky to have seventy degree weather in March. Looking forward to brunch in the restaurant.
Used to live in Seattle and hiked there many times, first time staying as visitors, absolutely blown away by the facilities, food and setting! We loved being able to just walk out and hike. Would love to visit again sometime!
We love this place! Best place for R&R! Awesome amenities - welcome drink/cocktail, wine hour and unlimited trail mix 😁 All the staff were wonderful, especially Vicente - really friendly and great customer service 😊
I have stayed at many luxury hotels and Salish has easily made it to my top two because of their personalized treatment and signature touches. The staff was friendly and authentic (they didn’t seem to be trying to be friendly, they just were). I haven’t slept this good in years! Don’t miss the Honey from Heaven service at breakfast. Can’t wait to go back!
The lodge had cozy rooms with a fireplace and a nice view of the Snoqualmie Falls. We had easy access to the spa level and The Attic (for room service!). The massages and body scrub made for an relaxing spa time!
Everything was too much for what it was and the seasoning was not on point. Also the attic was filthy. We sat next to the window and looked over and the floor was just caked in mud. Also the vent in our room was THICK in dust and debris.
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