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Salish Lodge & Spa, 6351, Railroad Avenue Southeast, Meadowbrook, Snoqualmie, King County, Washington, 98065, United States
Starting at $350 per room per night
It’s hard to imagine a more beautiful setting than Snoqualmie Falls, or a more iconic resort getaway than Salish Lodge & Spa. Only 30 minutes from Seattle, Salish Lodge provides a quintessential Pacific Northwest experience. Each one of the 86 guestrooms is a luxury retreat of its own. All have gas fireplaces, spa-like showers with dual showerheads or oversized soaking tubs, and many have views of the Snoqualmie River and the historic hydroelectric power plant. It’s the perfect place to create an incredible romantic getaway or to relax after spending the day hiking the local trails.
Unique Features: This beloved Lodge is part of Snoqualmie history. Originally The Snoqualmie Falls Lodge, it began as an eight-room inn built in 1916 as a rest stop for travelers. It quickly became famous for its Country Breakfast, then called the Farm Breakfast, which nourished visitors before they journeyed over the mountain pass. In 1988, the building was completely remodeled and reopened as The Salish Lodge. It is now proudly owned by the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe.
Accommodations: Luxurious and comfortable, all rooms feature premium mattresses with gel memory foam and extra thick plush top quilting, high-quality Parachute feather bedding, and a variety of pillows to choose from. Thoughtful touches include gas fireplaces, large spa-like showers with dual showerheads or oversized soaking tubs, Pacific Northwest inspired furniture crafted in Washington, copper kettles and pour over coffee service, cozy throws, historical photographs, and beautiful natural views.
As Suite As It Gets: When money is no object, go for the River View. Watch the Snoqualmie River flow toward the iconic falls and curl up with a glass of wine and good book. You might even be tempted to call room service, so you won’t have to leave the comfort of the popular River View rooms. Each River View guestroom includes one king or two queen beds, gas fireplace, work desk with comfortable desk chair, and a large spa-like shower with dual showerheads.
Dining: Enter The Dining Room or Attic Lounge, where windows frame a living landscape of granite cliffs and endless evergreen forests. At the Salish, the chefs follow a special, self-appointed food philosophy. With their wholesome menu, organic by nature, they take pride in leveraging the farm-fresh bounty of the region to develop the menus. The Dining Room menu fosters an unmistakable relationship of flavors that are chosen with Mother Nature in mind.
Activities: As a guest of the lodge, they invite you to enjoy exclusive access to The Club at Snoqualmie Ridge, one of Washington State’s top-rated private golf courses. Perfectly placed at the gateway to the Cascade Mountain Range, the lodge is surrounded by hiking trails highlighting watery wonders such as alpine lakes, rivers and waterfalls. Trek to Twin Falls, Rattlesnake Ridge, or the serene setting of Annette Lake. Each season showcases unique beauty. Hikes accent lush fern groves in spring, cool rivers in summer, stunning colors in fall and snow-capped peaks in winter.
Spa & Fitness: Enjoy all the healing elements of the spa for two hours before or after your treatment, from othe steam room and dry sauna, to a soak in the therapeutic pools. At The Spa at Salish Lodge, they offer a variety of treatments using Pacific Northwest ingredients, including massage, skin care, and body therapies, all aided by expert practitioners. It’s no wonder The Spa at Salish Lodge has won numerous awards and honors, including Condé Nast Traveler’s “Top 50 Hotel Spas in the United States.”
Location: The Snoqualmie Valley, 30 minutes east of Seattle, is a place of Pacific Northwest splendor. Large mountains surround the communities lining the Snoqualmie River, including Snoqualmie and its neighbor, North Bend. Even with all the surrounding splendor, the number one natural attraction is near the town center at Snoqualmie Falls. This prominent 270-foot waterfall has made a permanent mark on the region’s history, pop culture, and community. With viewing platforms, float trips, and a first-class resort near the spray, Snoqualmie Falls is worth a visit on its own.
Closest Airport: The nearest airport to Snoqualmie is Seattle Boeing Field (BFI) Airport which is 22.4 miles away. Other nearby airports include Seattle (SEA) (23 miles), Everett (PAE) (34.5 miles), Bellingham (BLI) (93.9 miles) and Victoria Inner Harbour Apt (YWH) (95 miles).
Children’s Programs: No. They do not offer any supervised children’s programs.
Pet Friendly: Yes. They look forward to pampering your furry friend in signature Salish style. All canine guests will receive the following in your room upon arrival: All natural bee shaped dog biscuit made just for Salish Lodge & Spa by Paws Gourmet, Comfy Salish Lodge & Spa dog blanket, perfect for your pup to snuggle in for a nap by the fire and yours to take home, Salish Lodge & Spa bone shaped collar tag, a memento of your time together at the Lodge and an on site green space ideal for play time and convenient access to the waste bag receptacle.
Weddings: Yes. Perched atop Snoqualmie Falls, in the heart of the Pacific Northwest, Salish Lodge & Spa is a stunning location for your perfect day. Have an intimate ceremony on the Hidden Terrace, just steps from the crest of Snoqualmie Falls, or take the celebration inside the spacious ballroom for a candlelit cocktail party. Toast with friends and family amidst the spectacle of nature’s beauty, at a location unique among other Seattle area wedding venues.
Meetings: Yes. This serene Pacific Northwest Lodge offers a stunning landscape ideal for work and play. Highlights include flexible event space, extraordinary culinary experiences, exceptional service, and luxurious accommodations. From breakfast board meetings to corporate team building retreats, they can accommodate groups of up to 180 people. The varied meeting spaces have natural lighting and feature fireplaces, wood craftsmanship, and Pacific Northwest-inspired décor.
Extra Info: Out-of-towners may recognize the Salish Lodge as the setting for Twin Peaks, the David Lynch TV mystery series. Salish Lodge & Spa has been updated over the years to feature contemporary and luxury amenities, while maintaining the serene Pacific Northwest feel they are known for.