The Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie announced the completion of its 86 renovated guestrooms today. The upgrades are part of a two-phase, $12 million remodel — the largest property improvement undertaken at the iconic lodge since 1988.
“We are thrilled to announce the completion of our renovation,” Salish General Manager Alan Stephens said in a statement. “The contemporary mountainside concept honors the beloved Salish legacy, and each guestroom carries forward the signature, regionally inspired ambiance that has long characterized the property. As we enter this next chapter, we are excited to share the beautiful new look with our guests, whether they’re first-time visitors or our loyal patrons who return year after year.”
The redesigned rooms feature Northwest-inspired design, locally-crafted furnishings, and luxury amenities like upgraded fireplaces, spa-like showers with dual showerheads, and oversized soaking tubs. Also improved are the lodge’s corridors, which have been re-painted and re-carpeted, and the on-site spa, which now features an expanded women’s locker room and updated therapeutic soaking pools.
Salish Lodge & Spa also launched Club 268 — named after the 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls that the resort overlooks. The Club 268 experience, available to all spa-level guests, allows unlimited access to the spa’s soaking pools and entrance to a new lounge and gathering space where members can enjoy daily breakfast, nightly hors d’oeuvres, beer and wine, a 75-inch television, and a historic wood-burning fireplace.
Salish Lodge & Spa first opened in 1926 under the name Snoqualmie Falls Lodge with just eight guestrooms. The lodge is owned by the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and operated by Columbia Hospitality.