Competely full of themselves.
Full of themselves
Dining room for dinner was as expected for this price point but not so grand as to allow them the pretension they indulge in. Room was also adequate, but nothing special for the price point.
Customer service at the front desk is lacking. We were not told at checkin that we should reserve a time for breakfast. When we tried to get in for breakfast the next seating available was 90 minutes from the current time. The front desk offered "lunch" upstairs but would not do further. After dropping $600 for dinner and lodging I would have expected more in compensation for their error. Will not be returning. The training level of their front desk staff is not up to standard. Will definitely not be recommending to friends and associates.
Heaven. I had a pretty good experience at the Salish lodge. Our room was beautiful and welcoming. I absolutely loved the jacuzzi tub. The view from our room was breathtaking. The spa was excellent. I had the heated rock massage...I was in heaven!! It was expensive, but worth it. I felt so good afterwards.
Best food on the best coast!. I have tried them all, French Laundry, Aqua, Four season, Ritz Carlon and dozens of others...No doubt in my mind: The food is sublime, service is exceptional.
A relaxing getaway. As and end to a hard week of work, I treated myself to a hot stone massage on a Friday afternoon and immediately felt relaxed and refreshed. The waiting room had a selection of exotic teas and elxiyrs. If you arrive early you can soak in the baths before your massage.
Truly relaxing.... There isn't much I haven't tried while staying at the Salish. From spa treatments to a fabulous dinner. The attention to detail and seemingly perfect by the dining room staff is perfect. From the water service, rose petals on the table, food presentation to the knowledge of the staff and friendly service made the evening dinner the most memorable experience I've ever encountered. The room was large and comfortable. The elegant yet rustic look was warm and inviting. The Spa bath was wonderful. The in room FREE tea was great. The lodge does a great job giving guests nice perks during their stay from afternoon tea and pastries to coffee service in the morning. I'd say they're doing so many things right. Keep up the good work Salish staff!
Discreet elegance and unbeatable views combine for a stunning dining experience at the Salish Lodge..
Mist from Snoqualmie Falls rises before the dining room's windows as patrons take in the panoramic westerly views of mountains, evergreens and--in the evenings--the sunset. The spacious room is paneled in rustic wood and exudes an air of quiet sophistication. Menu items change seasonally and focus on Northwest-inspired cuisine; options typically include garden-frsh fruits and vegetables, wild seafood and locally-raised poultry and wild game.
Cold and not too friendly.. We were really disappointed in our visit to the Salish. We had expected warm country charm. Instead it was cold and oriental in feel with poorly trained staff and marginal food. We did have nice spa services, but wouldn't recommend it for food or overnight. Not at all the romantic destination we were hoping for.
This extravagantly cushy getaway lodge in the Cascade foothills is all about wood, water and warmth..
While the Snoqualmie River plummets 268 feet over its namesake falls, guests at the Salish Lodge lounge in a warm, waterfall-splashed pool. Fir, cedar and stone accent the decor and historic Asahel Curtis photos line the library walls; you'd be hard-pressed to find a more relaxing, indulgent environment. If Puritan guilt drives you to work off calories accumulated in the restaurant, try the memorably steep 20-minute hike to the base of the falls.
impressive, but way too pricey for what you get. i'm glad that my mother sent my partner and i a gift certificate for an overnight treatment package. now i know not to return. while the staff was friendly and accommodating, the lodge seemed a little cramped and crowded. the compact spa and treatment area is not quite shielded from the parking lot (visible from the pools) and accompanying road noise. being vegetarian, we found the menu completely unaccomodating for a high-end restaurant. my partner ordered house-made ravioli, which was actually one big giant ravioli and tasted like an oversweetened pancake. i ordred a mushroom and root vegetable medley that was very much not worth its price tag. all in all, way too exorbitant for little more than and overpriced hotel spa.
Gorgeous getaway. Had a spectacular weekend with my girlfriends here....great service and wonderful food and the massage and spa were....undefineable! This is romantic, fun, and peaceful all at once. Everyone should take this opportunity.
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