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Indulge Yourself at Salish Lodge & Spa

Originally Published in MotorHome Magazine

It is a resort in the old-world tradition, not grandiose an showy, but
understated and placed among a fabulous landscape. It is a splendid
setting for that special evening — birthday, anniversary or romantic
night for two. Salish Lodge & Spa sits so close to the spectacular
splash of the 268-foot-tall Snowqualmie Falls that diners cannot only
overlook the continuous cascade, but they can practically feel its power
and hear its roar. While attempting to capture its flowing majesty on
film from the outdoor observation deck nearby, visitors will likely feel
the actual splash. Salish Lodge & Spa is a picture-postcard place,
where luxurious pampering creates pleasant, lasting memories.


RVers who stay in any of the parks east of Seattle on Interstate 90 or
in the foothills of the Cascades on Highway 18 and choose to leave the
campground for one very special night in one of the 91 beautifully
appointed guest rooms with wood-burning fireplaces will certainly
remember the experience for a long while. RVers who appreciate gourmet
cuisine – and are willing to pay for it – may never have a better meal
than the gastronomical indulgences they’ll partake of in the Dining
Room. Executive Chef Roy Breiman has created such stunning combinations
of delicacies and artistic presentations that diners may feel guilty
about disturbing his creations. Yet once they taste the lobster-crab
caviar bisque, for example, or watch as a tableside waiter sears
halibut, scallops and king salmon on hot rocks, they will fight the urge
to wolf down each delicious bite. After such a dining experience, a
visit to the spa – where masters of muscles once again use hot rocks in
clever ways – may seem decadent, but perfect.

For more information, call (800) 2-SALISH or go to salishlodge.com.

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