Monday, December 30, 2013

Visit Salish Lodge and Spa in Seattle

I am beyond excited to share this with you all - in just a few short weeks we will be blessed with the opportunity of a 3rd trimester babymoon! We will be staying at the Salish Lodge and Spa -the iconic Seattle area hotel.
Literally perched on the top of Snoqualmie Falls, it's a 30 minute drive from Seattle and a popular tourist (and local's!) destination. There are two observation decks and the 270 foot  falls are lit up at night too!
A true Pacific Northwest getaway with two onsite restaurants and a full service spa, Salish Lodge and Spa offers a much more than what meets the eye. 
I'm really excited to learn more about their in-house apiary because I am a bit of a honey fanatic. In addition to helping the honeybee problem, Salish's honeys are featured in their restaurant menus and can be bought separately. 
Each of the 84 guest rooms feature their own fireplace and jetted tub - so even if you don't make it into the spa you won't be finding it hard to relax in your room.
In January I'll be sharing about our experience with their all-star babymoon package. This mama will be 33 weeks pregnant and I know we'll be in for a real treat!

Visit Salish Lodge and Spa and see what relaxation really means.

Seattleites: Have you been to Snoqualmie Falls or stayed at the Salish Lodge and Spa? 
Share your favorite memory.

Update: Read my experience and review of our fabulous
Seattle babymoon!

Disclosure: This post has been sponsored by Salish Lodge and Spa. Images provided by Salish Lodge and Spa.  All opinions expressed are my own.


  1. Boy I need to start blogging if these are the freebies! We love the falls but have never stayed there. Have fun!

  2. The Salish is amazing! We spent our wedding night there and I've been several times just for the massages and the brunch! Oh man, now I'm craving some honey ;)

    1. That must have been an amazing stay! I am really looking forward to that honey :)

  3. that place looks so amazing. i got engaged at snowqualmie falls. i doubt i'd ever be able to afford the salish.



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