DINING

A Northwest Experience

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DINING

A NORTHWEST EXPERIENCE

The Dining Room

DINING

A NORTHWEST EXPERIENCE

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DINING

A NORTHWEST EXPERIENCE

The Attic

DINING

A NORTHWEST EXPERIENCE

Salish honey and biscuits

DINING

A NORTHWEST EXPERIENCE

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gathering on the balcony

UNIQUE HAPPENINGS YEAR ROUND

Experience seasonal celebrations and signature events at our iconic location, providing the perfect backdrop for every occasion.

At Salish Lodge & Spa, our goal is to bring you mouthwatering, Pacific Northwest cuisine using fresh, vibrant seasonal ingredients.

Partnering with local growers, purveyors and farms that bring us the highest quality ingredients is something we're passionate about. Our own apiary produces honey that you'll find on every menu, alongside our own homegrown herbs. Our food salutes traditions and creates memories. Enjoy a luxuriously comfortable dining experience, featuring award-winning food and wine alongside one of the best views in the Seattle area. Welcome to dining at Salish Lodge.

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YOUR RELAXING RETREAT AWAITS

Our newly renovated guestrooms reflect the calm, contemplative environment of the Pacific Northwest.

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MEET THE MAKER AT SALISH LODGE

Join us Thursdays in the Attic for fun tastings with local winemakers.

fall votive candle

SEPTEMBER GETAWAY

There's something special about staying at Salish in September. For this month only take advantage of guestroom rates as low as $239.

vintage photo of Salish Lodge

TWIN PEAKS™

Venture into the strange world of Twin Peaks at Salish Lodge & Spa, the inspiration for the iconic Great Northern Hotel.

beekeeper with bees

THE BEE'S KNEEES

At Salish Lodge & Spa, our apiary produces honey that you'll find on every menu, including our signature Honey from Heaven™ service with our famous Country Breakfast.

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UPCOMING EVENTS IN CHEFS STUDIO

The unique experiences in Chef's Studio combine interactive learning with the freshest ingredients from local purveyors and our own gardens.