Salish Lodge & Spa

6501 Railroad Ave SE | Snoqualmie, WA 98065  [SEE MAP]Snoqualmie, WA  [SEE ADDRESS]

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All rooms include fireplaces and jetted tubs
Not many attractions to explore nearby
Overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, the Salish Lodge & Spa makes guests forget they are less than 30 miles from downtown Seattle. These rustic yet refined accommodations are set in front of some spectacular waterfalls. While tourists will come for an hour just to snap a photo and move on, hotel guests can savor the atmosphere all day long. And despite its eerie past (the Salish was the setting for many macabre scenes in David Lynch's mystery television show "Twin Peaks"), guests feel exceptionally comfortable in the accommodations here. You'll be tempted to stay in your cozy room with its wood-burning fireplace and oversized bathtub. According to recent guests, one drawback is the price: The room rate, dining and resort fees all add up to an expensive stay. A few who hosted events at this property also experienced some miscommunication and weren't pleased with the event coordinators. Guests are more complimentary of the Spa at Salish Lodge, saying the treatments are worth the splurge.
Snoqualmie, WA
Hotel Class
Property Type
Resort, 84 rooms
Primary View
Traditional, Rustic



  • 4.0Hotel Class


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Critic Reviews


The historic property, which originally opened with only eight rooms back in 1916, is a popular romantic getaway and wedding destination.

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The setting for the TV series Twin Peaks, the mountain lodge offers rooms in blues, emeralds, and turquoises (to mirror the colors of the sky, the Snoqualmie River, and Puget Sound) with custom-built furniture and two-person whirlpool tubs.

Guest Reviews

A hotel's guest rating is calculated using data provided under license by Tripadvisor. A total of 1638 have reviewed the Salish Lodge & Spa, giving it a rating of 4, on a scale of 1-5.

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Tripadvisor Travel Rating: Tripadvisor Traveler Rating 4 based on 1638 reviews 4.0 (based on 1638 reviews)

Guest Rooms

Rooms at the Salish Lodge are all about comfort. Wood-burning fireplaces and large jetted soaking tubs come standard in all accommodations. Modern amenities include large flat-screen TVs and iHome radio docking stations.
  • Your choice of six different types of pillows
  • Nightly $19 resort fee includes Wi-Fi access and coffee, tea and biscotti service
Nightly resort fee$30
  • Premium channels
  • Workspace/desk
  • Minifridge
  • Bathrobes/slippers
  • Minibar
  • Shower/tub combo
  • Separate shower
  • Separate tub
  • Internet
  • Wireless internet
  • Free internet
  • Fee for internet usage
  • Guest rooms with patios and balconies
  • Adjoining rooms available

Location & Parking

Located at the base of the Cascade Mountains, above the Snoqualmie Falls, The Salish Lodge & Spa, is an escape from the hustle and bustle of the city – the closest of which is Seattle, about 30 miles west. There isn’t much within walking distance of the property, but there are a number of wineries just a short car ride away.
  • Guests can purchase clothing, gifts and a number of other items at the on-site Country Store
  • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is 35 miles west of hotel
  • Valet parking is included in the nightly resort fee
  • 24-hour valet parking (free)
  • 24-hour self-parking
  • Airport shuttle
  • Car service

Within walking distance of:

  • Bus stop
  • Restaurants
  • Movie theater
  • Train station
  • Beach
  • Theater
  • Subway/metro stop
  • Grocery store
  • Shopping


The Dining Room, the Lodge’s signature fine dining restaurant, serves up Pacific Northwest cuisine. The menu changes seasonally to reflect fresh local ingredients. The restaurant’s wine list offers more than 1,800 labels and the Dining Room features a brick fireplace from the original lodge, circa 1916. Restaurant hours vary depending on the season and reservations are strongly advised.
  • More casual dining is available at The Attic bistro
  • Guests can get hands-on with their food with one of the Lodge’s culinary adventures
  • Restaurants use honey produced from the lodge’s on-site honeybee apiary, which produces up to 2,400 pounds of honey annually

Number of restaurants2

Cuisine TypesAmerican

  • Fine dining
  • Casual dining
  • Quick service cafe/coffee shop/marketplace
  • Bar/lounge
  • Room service
  • 24-hour room service
  • free breakfast


The Spa at Salish Lodge allows guests to take part in a little pampering and relaxation. The spa has 10 treatment rooms, including a couples room, a Thai massage room and a hydrotherapy rain room, where guests can receive one (or more) of the spa’s treatments.
  • Spa guests have complimentary use of soaking pools, a eucalyptus steam room and a sauna
  • Making use of honey produced on the property, the spa offers an entire menu of honey-based treatments

Services offered:

  • Massage
  • Facial
  • Body Treatments (i.e. scrubs, wraps)
  • Salon services
  • Outdoor treatment area
  • Steam room
  • Sauna


The Salish Lodge has an on-site fitness center with a few cardio machines and free weights. The fitness center is open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. daily.
  • Outside activities such as hiking and biking available
  • Lodge offers a variety of yoga classes for an additional fee
  • Weight equipment
  • Cardio equipment
  • Yoga mats
  • Free fitness classes
  • Premium fitness classes (with fee)


The Salish Lodge as a small on-site business center with a computer workstation and a printer. Audiovisual equipment and high-speed Internet is available for on-site meetings and presentations.

    Number of meeting rooms6

    • Business center
    • Meeting rooms
    • Meeting and event planners available


    Salish Lodge & Spa is a pet-friendly property. Guests are welcome to bring up to two dogs, regardless of size, for a $65 fee per dog. There are a limited number of dog-friendly rooms, so guests must let the hotel know they will be traveling with pets in advance. Guests traveling with pets must sign a waiver upon arrival.
    • At check-in, four-legged guests will receive a dog blanket, treat and a special collar tag
    • Lodge offers a special dog-friendly in-room dining menu
    • Extra dog amenities, including treats and toys, can be purchased at the Lodge’s on-site store
    • Pets allowed (with fee)
    • Dog walking
    • Pet-sitting


    Whether it’s an intimate gathering on the Hidden Terrace or a grand celebration in the Salish Ballroom, couples can host wedding events of various sizes at this hotel. The catering staff will create a customized menu to fit the couple’s needs.
    • The Lodge will create a custom wedding cake and/or cupcakes
    • A catering manager will help coordinate the details leading up to the wedding

    Maximum wedding guest capacity150

    • Hotel hosts weddings
    • Outdoor space for weddings
    • Wedding planners available

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