Join us and create your own wonderful memories with family and friends. As of 11/18/2020, The Dining Room has temporarily suspended operation until January 4, 2021. Beginning March 1st, 2019, Salish Lodge & Spa will no longer be accepting Passport Dining memberships in The Dining Room or The Attic.
Please call 425.888. Overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, just 30 minutes east of Seattle and Bellevue, Salish Lodge & Spa is a Washington State resort getaway, perfect for those seeking an authentic and memorable escape from the everyday.
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Things to Do near Salish Lodge & Spa Snoqualmie Falls. #1 of 18 things to do in Snoqualmie. Compass Outdoor Adventures. #1 of 9 Outdoor Activities in North Bend. Northwest Railway Museum. #2 of 18 things to do in Snoqualmie. Fall City Wallaby Ranch. #1 of 5 things to do in Fall City. Railroad Community Park. DirtFish Rally School. Sigillo Cellars. Snoqualmie Casino.
Puget Sound Energy (PSE) announced that it will reopen popular Snoqualmie Falls Park – on a limited basis – on Friday, May 8, 2020. PSE closed the park on March 25th over COVID -19 social distancing concerns.
Park at the lower parking lot. The short trail to the base of Snoqualmie Falls during high water levels is really more of an experience than a true hike . The trail is a tourist stroll on a nice day, but the falls often are at their most dramatic during bad weather.
Named after our breathtaking 268-foot waterfall, Club 268 is the ultimate Salish Lodge experience. Enjoy complete relaxation during your stay, including all-day access to the Spa soaking pools , and convenient and exclusive benefits of the lobby-level lounge.
Wonderful hiking and swimming and of course the waterfall is beautiful. The hike down to the river is so beautiful and when you get down to the river the water is so refreshing to swim in.
One of the show’s most recognizable locations is the Great Northern Hotel , which served as the home base for FBI agent Dale Cooper (Kyle MacLachlan). The exterior of the hotel that appears in the opening credits is actually of the Salish Lodge & Spa, where rooms run anywhere from $175–$300.
Snoqualmie is the English pronunciation of “sah-KOH-koh” or “Sdob-dwahibbluh,” a Salish word meaning moon. As a spiritual place, it gave birth to many legends. One tells of “S’Beow” (the beaver), who climbed into the sky to bring trees and fire down to earth.
The 0.7-mile interpretive trail from the upper falls viewpoints to the lower falls viewpoint is family- and pet-friendly, good for beginners, teaches the basics of the flora and fauna near Snoqualmie Pass, informs about local Native American culture, and ends with impressive views of a Washington icon.