Salish Lodge & Spa offers renovation package

Snoqualmie, Wash. – Salish Lodge & Spa has completed a multimillion dollar guestroom renovation, updating each of its 89 guestrooms and suites with authentic, Northwest bedding, décor and custom-built furniture while maintaining premier amenities such as wood-burning fireplaces and two-person jetted bathtubs.

“The goal of the renovation was to update our guestrooms while preserving the traditional, ‘lodge-like’ qualities that have played a key role in creating special memories for so many people,” said John Murphy, general manager of Salish Lodge & Spa. “To maintain this purely Northwest character while enhancing the guest experience, it was very important for us to embrace the history of the native Salish people and our location atop Snoqualmie Falls.”

Each guestroom and suite now features a range of navy blue, emerald and turquoise hues that reflect the sky, Snoqualmie River and Puget Sound. The color palette also includes dark grays that represent local granite and stone as well as hints of vibrant reds that echo the color of the region’s native cedar trees and salmon. Guestroom bathrooms were refreshed with new tiling, light fixtures, sinks and vanities.

The design team worked with the Snoqualmie Valley Historical Society, sifting through hundreds of images depicting the native people and places of the Snoqualmie Valley, to develop a photo collage that appears over the fireplace in each room.

To celebrate the renovation, the Lodge is offering the “Renovation Revelation” package, a one-night getaway complete with an overnight stay in a newly renovated guestroom, two mini jet-set massages to be enjoyed in the award-winning Spa and the famous Country Breakfast for two, served in the historic Dining Room overlooking Snoqualmie Falls.

 

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