It's like coming home to your own personal mountain retreat. All 84 guestrooms reflect the calm, contemplative environment of the Pacific Northwest. Warm and rich, with luxurious amenities, all rooms feature oversized two-person jetted spa tubs and fireplaces. Many overlook the Snoqualmie River. Luxury touches include featherbeds with goose down feather bedding, 320-thread-count linens, custom artwork and a variety of pillows to choose from. Subtle accents of native carved pieces, nature photographs and historical images add a personal touch to these intimate spaces. Guestroom accommodations include balconies, patios, or window seats - ideal for sitting back and reading a book while listening to the roar of the falls.
One king bed with feather bedding, fireplace and oversized two-person jetted spa tub. View of the front of the lodge.
One or two beds with feather bedding, fireplace and oversized two-person jetted spa tub. View of the grounds and nearby historic buildings.
One or two beds with feather bedding, fireplace and oversized two-person jetted spa tub. Varying views of the Snoqualmie River and its Northwest surroundings - including the historic hydroelectric power plant.
ONE BEDROOM RIVER VIEW SUITE
Full separate bedroom with a king bed, fireplaces and oversized two-person jetted spa tub. Parlor has pull-out sofa couch and dining table with seating for eight, as well as an LG Plasma 50" TV, Bose surround-sound system and hardwood floors. Stunning corner view of the Snoqualmie River, the historic hydroelectric power plant and canyon below the falls.
Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project
Salish Lodge & Spa is proud to have Puget Sound Energy's Snoqualmie Falls Hydroelectric Project in our backyard. After operating for more than a century, this impressive facility still produces clean, renewable electricity for PSE customers - 54 megawatts servicing over 40,000 households to be exact. The project contains a small diversion structure just upstream from Snoqualmie Falls and two plants that work together to harness the power of the falls to provide clean energy for the community while carefully stewarding the natural habitat we are fortunate to call home. Please note: you may see the hydroelectric power plant from your guestroom or suite.
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