To encourage winter bookings, the Salish Lodge and Spa has come up with a range of spa, dining and getaway specials that invite clients to explore and indulge in all that the hotel and region have to offer during the cold, snowy months.
"Guests can enjoy a day of outdoor adventure and then return to the lodge to be pampered in the spa, warm up with a signature coffee or retreat to a cozy guestroom with its whirlpool tub and wood-burning fireplace," said Salish Lodge general manager John Murphy.
For instance, the resort's Ski and Stay package comes with a choice of two all-day adult lift tickets from the Summit at Snoqualmie or two beginner packages with equipment rental, lift ticket and lessons. Also included are two Snoqualmie Coffees, a concoction of Bailey’s and Frangelico with rock candy swizzle sticks.
For clients looking to explore the beauty of Snoqualmie Pass at a slower pace, the Snowshoe and Stay package provides a four-hour snowshoe trip for two with guide service, transportation, equipment rental and two Snoqualmie Coffees.
Winter adventure packages start at $339 per night.
Meanwhile, guests who show a Summit at Snoqualmie ski pass for the same day receive a Snoqualmie Falls Foot Revitalizer in the hotel's spa for $99. Guests who order a Salish Country Breakfast in the hotel's dining room get $5 off their lift tickets at the Summit at Snoqualmie. Clients who show their lift tickets in the hotel's Attic restaurant get two-for-one entrées.
Overlooking the 268-foot Snoqualmie Falls, the 89-room Salish is located 30 minutes east of downtown Seattle.