The stunning, chalet-style lodge sits right over Snoqualmie Falls and eight rooms have gorgeous views of the cascades, while others have a river panorama. All the luxurious quarters have featherbeds, fireplaces, whirlpool baths, terry robes, and window seats or balconies. The renowned spa offers relaxing and purifying treatments after a day of kayaking, golfing, or hiking. The elegant Dining Room restaurant has an eclectic menu (lamb shank ragout, pan-seared Columbia River
steelhead, braised rabbit with tagliatelle) and elaborate weekend brunches, while the cozy yet stylish Attic bistro offers fine Northwest wines and wood-fired pizzas. The $17 nightly resort fee covers valet parking, Wi-Fi, afternoon tea and cookies, and unlimited access to the soaking pool, sauna, and fitness facilities.
Sep 12, 2012
Whenever my husband and I need to get away from the stress of eveyday life, we head right over to the Salish Lodge. The rooms are amazing with real wood burning fireplaces. The spa area is amazing and so relazing with their no talking rule. We spent our honeymoon at the Salish 17 years ago, and go back every chance we get.
Jan 5, 2012
Salish Lodge Restaurant Made reservations by phone 3 weeks before my birthday and upon arrival staff could not locate my reservation. They acted like it was non-existent! No birthday greetings were given nor acknowledgement of it. The waiter was very unprofessional and scatter-brained. Service in general was not prompt, no one inquired if we needed anything. No option was given for a birthday dessert, nor were any greetings given. The waiter obviously
did not take his job seriously and virtually ignored us most of the time. We had been promised a window seat which was not provided in this relatively uncrowded restaurant. The food was good, but the service and hospitality was deplorable. This restaurant was not what we had expected. Very disappointing hospitality and service. I will think twice about coming back. I cannot recommend this place for others. Not worth the money spent!