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Salish Lodge & Spa

6501 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie, WA 98065-9687
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#1 of 2 hotels in Snoqualmie
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Overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, just 30 minutes east of Seattle, the Salish Lodge & Spa is a Washington State resort getaway, perfect for those seeking an authentic and memorable escape from the everyday. Dine on mouthwatering Northwest cuisine handcrafted from seasonal ingredients, savor the serenity of The Spa, then drift off to sleep in front of your room's fireplace. We invite you to experience the Salish Lodge.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Hot bath
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Valet parking
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Breakfast available
Breakfast in the room
Special diet menus
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference facilities
Banquet room
Meeting rooms
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Head massage
Steam room
Baggage storage
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
ATM on site
24-hour front desk
Dry cleaning
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Air conditioning
Private balcony
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Flatscreen TV
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Yuchie wrote a review 16 May
Seattle, Washington69 contributions16 helpful votes
As I spend my last few hours here by my private fire pit, I needed to tell you about my phenomenal experience. The Lodge Stay: - We got the King Patio Room (gift from MIL) and boy did it deliver. We're on the 1st floor due to the fire pit and at first I thought I was going to be disappointed by the lack of view, but the fire pit more than made up for it. The fire goes on automatically at 8-10PM but you can order it on as early as 8 AM (which I did because I really enjoyed reading by the morning fire when everyone else was still asleep). - The room was very comfortable - huge comfy bed, so big that I would get lost in it. The bathtub was the biggest tub I've ever seen in my life - had to becareful getting in and out of it! - Robes and slippers were provided (and you get to keep the slippers) - and they were well used during our stay here. It didn't occur to me that I can just lounge around in my robe and slippers here all day, everywhere (you can tell I'm new to this luxious spa life). We lounged on the patio by the fire with robe and slippers, walked to get our spa treatments in robe and slippers, etc. It was just so.... relaxing. It was silly of me to bring extra lounging shoes. - Room service - since the Attic is closed, we opted to have lunch in room because their menu was more expansive than the patio lunch menu. I came here at the recommendation of a friend who raved about their Grilled Cheese and Tomato Soup (I know, really?). Well, since we were here for a few days, I thought I had a meal to give this a try. I was not disappointed. Excellent crunchy grilled bread and soft melty cheese. Tomato soup was flavorful and thick and yummy. Partner got the burger. Funny story, the burger had an accident on the way down to us (so it took around an hour for us to get our food) but the compensated us by giving us a pastry plate which was a delicious little breakfast we got to enjoy the next day before our hike. 20% gratuity is automatically added to your room service check. - Valet parking - there is complimentary, but mandatory, valet parking here. Bring cash for tips. - Little things you get: complimentary trail mix, tea/coffee stations from 7-11 AM on the 2nd floor, either a free daily cocktail or sparkling apple cider for each day of your stay, and firepit lighting whenever you want from 8 AM to 10 PM if you have a fire pit (so easy to text Cooper!). The Spa: - Had to treat myself to a massage while I'm staying here right? Got one of their morning massages for a discounted price. I had Shawna and she was phenomenal. She hit all the spots I requested and used the perfect amount of pressure. I felt like I was floating on cloud 9 afterwards. It was just sad when the massage had to come to an end. (Note, there is a little relaxation room you get to hangout in with water, tea, and chocolates, before/after your treatment. You also fill out your preferences in a little book which I like because sometimes I find it awkward to have those conversations without the guiding questions). - My partner and I also opted for the 50 Mins. soaking pool. Due to Covid, we got the whole pool to ourselves (there are 2 pools, one upper, one lower, and there was another couple in the lower pool but their presence didn't impact us at all). We did have to share the Sauna and Steam Rooms but again, not a big deal since we just took turns. The Jacuzzi was delightful - I felt so pampered, so relaxed, so blessed. The weather was gorgeous, the sun was shining outside, the water took all the stresses away (for a while at least haha). Not sure how many people would be here after Covid but I am thankful we got to use the jacuzzi with just two of us during this time. =) The Dining Room: - exceptional. I'll leave a proper review on its own page. One thing I couldn't help but notice during my stay here is how private and quiet it all was. Though I know the parking lot out front is full, I hardly saw other guests here. Even the patio that is connected to all the other patios seemed private. I really felt like I was in a tranquil mountain escape. I woke up to sit by the fire pit and read and journaled and I just couldn't help but be grateful for all of this, all of this bliss. Thank you Salish for reminding me how lucky I am and how relaxing life can be even during this pandemic. This was truly an unforgettable getaway (really took my mind off the crazy public school system I have to go back to next week =D). Thank you!
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Date of stay: April 2021
Room Tip: Expect the view to be the dam reservoir pretty much anywhere you stay. Fire pits are only on the...
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Response from Jenny Knudsen, Guest Services / Front Office at Salish Lodge & Spa
Responded 2 days ago
Hello Yuchie, Our smiles began as we first started reading your review and continued to grow throughout; it's fantastic to know your stay was phenomenal! We agree with you wholeheartedly, a morning spent beside a cozy fire with a good book in hand sounds like perfection. We strive to ensure every aspect of a stay with us is filled with comforting luxuries and an abundance of wows; your confirmation of our success is a welcome reward. Your friend is in excellent company, our grilled cheese and tomato bisque is one of our highest praised menu items (and for good reason - as you discovered). We'd like to apologize again for the longer than usual wait you experienced to receive your meal. Your patience was greatly appreciated, and we're happy to know you loved the pastries. Ah, our spa! It's the perfect addition to any day. It will be a delight to share your praise and kind words with our spa team, especially with Shawna. As you noticed, we work hard to ensure an abundance of tranquility is a part of every moment with us. Knowing that our efforts ensured your time here was amazing has made our day. We hope to share our home with you again soon.
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Doc L wrote a review 13 May
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I was doing dirtfish rally school and got to my upgraded room with a view... went to pee and saw old blood/ stool on underside of toilet seat. Not impressed.... Obviously no quality control with housekeeping supervisor. Did not make me feel comfortable about other shortcuts the cleaner took especially during covid. This is not a cheap hotel but for an initial impression I was disgusted. Nobody from hotel management contacted me or apologized.
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Date of stay: May 2021Trip type: Travelled solo
Hermann F wrote a review 10 May
Issaquah, Washington19 contributions4 helpful votes
The rooms are very nice, recently renovated, much better than your average historical lodge. We visited the hotel during the COVID pandemic, so the price was through the roof and the hotel is fully booked all the time. The views of the Snoqualmie Falls are just average, and you don't need to stay at the hotel to see them, hence they're not included in the price. We did do the couple's massage at the SPA, and what I can say is that they were good. Priced as elsewhere, but nothing special that earns the extra cost charged by the hotel (about 50% more expensive than the average $200). The restaurant was good, but again, the food in this part of the country is always good. Seattle is a place blessed with good restaurants where the food and the wine are always good. The overall feeling is that we overpaid because of COVID. The hotel is good, but compared to the rest of the attraction in the Seattle area, you can get better paying half.
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Date of stay: February 2021
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Room Tip: The Falls views are expensive, and you can get them for free by walking 50 yards.
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Mj K wrote a review Apr 2021
28 contributions7 helpful votes
This place is special. It’s pricy and more than we usually do but it worked out for us and we are so thankful it did. I can’t really describe it-maybe like stepping back in time but in a totally modern and updated place with lots of special touches. Our room was great-we had a patio room. When looking I thought I might prefer a balcony, but the patio was SO FUN. It has its own gas fire pit that gets lit each night or you can request other times. We bought a s’mores kit (again PRICY), but I mean homemade graham crackers and marshmallows and good quality chocolate?! Come on!!! We got a couples massage and very much enjoyed it. We also went to the dining room (I’ll leave a separate review there) but it was great too. Our tub was ridiculously big-more mini pool! Just be aware the falls are beautiful, but they’re used to provide power-so there is machinery around. I don’t think that should bother anyone who understands that going in, but I’ve seen others complain about that. We walked to the bottom of the falls (resort sits right before they fall) and it tells a lot about the whole thing. Only thing I’d improve is the gift shop...maybe we do gifts differently in the south, that is totally possible, but we were least impressed with this shop of all the places we went to and this was the most expensive place. Cute stores in the town though so still no big deal. Just a really really special place.
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Date of stay: April 2021
Response from Jenny Knudsen, Guest Services / Front Office at Salish Lodge & Spa
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello 722mjk, We love your description of our lodge - embracing history while enjoying the luxuries of today! We're thrilled to hear so many qualities of a stay with us have won you over. Our oversized tubs, patio fire pits, and attention to detail are just some of the ways we like to say thank you for allowing us to be a part of your getaway. Ah, it sounds like our s'mores kits have done it again - wowed. There really is something amazing about biting into a s'more crafted with homemade graham crackers and marshmallows. We loved sharing that experience with you. As you mentioned, many of our rooms offer a historical view of the Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Plant completed in the early 1900s. Did you know it is one of the PNW's oldest hydroelectric power plants and the first to house its main generators and turbine-generators underground?! We love knowing what our guests love most about their time with us and any areas that didn't quite live up to expectations. We're carefully reviewing your feedback regarding our gift shop; thank you. Now that you've found our oasis, we hope a return visit is already on your wishlist.
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Garin_T_SF_CA wrote a review Apr 2021
San Francisco, California56 contributions9 helpful votes
From the free valet, to the warm reception, roses, wine and cheese in our room on arrival, every part of our weekend was wonderful. The restaurant is a delight from the honey on my morning biscuit to the tomahawk steak in the evening, and don't forget to get a massage as it is one I wont soon forget.
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Date of stay: April 2021
Response from Jenny Knudsen, Guest Services / Front Office at Salish Lodge & Spa
Responded 2 weeks ago
Hello Garin_T_SF_CA, It's fantastic to hear just how much you loved your time with us! You've hit the nail on the head, a stay with us should include an abundance of tranquility, delicious dining, and attention to detail that ensures you feel like royalty. Thank you for appreciating our dedication. A visit to our loved spa is ideal for any getaway where relaxation is on the to-do list; your recommendation has ensured our spa team is smiling wide today. We hope your five-star review means we'll be seeing you again soon.
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US$330 - US$509 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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Frequently Asked Questions about Salish Lodge & Spa
Which popular attractions are close to Salish Lodge & Spa?
Nearby attractions include Snoqualmie Falls (0.04 km), Northwest Railway Museum (1.8 km), and Snoqualmie Casino (2.6 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Salish Lodge & Spa?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
Which room amenities are available at Salish Lodge & Spa?
Top room amenities include air conditioning, a flat screen TV, and a refrigerator.
What food & drink options are available at Salish Lodge & Spa?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Salish Lodge & Spa?
Yes, free parking and valet parking are available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Salish Lodge & Spa?
Conveniently located restaurants include The Attic at Salish Lodge & Spa, The Dining Room at Salish Lodge & Spa, and North Bend Bar & Grill.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Salish Lodge & Spa?
Yes, guests have access to a fitness centre, a sauna, and locker rooms available in the fitness centre during their stay.
Are any cleaning services offered at Salish Lodge & Spa?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are pets allowed at Salish Lodge & Spa?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Does Salish Lodge & Spa offer any business services?
Yes, it conveniently offers a business centre, meeting rooms, and a banquet room.
Does Salish Lodge & Spa have any great views?
Yes, guests often enjoy the mountain view available here.