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Accommodations, with over 90 rooms, are superb as wood-burning fireplaces, feather beds, and large whirlpool tubs are standard at Salish Lodge. With such sophisticated accommodations expect service to match. For example, if you don’t like your pillow, the polite team of staff will offer a selection of 15 other varieties for choosing. Lavender scented bath salts and chocolates on your pillow just scratch the surface of what you’ll come to expect as mere everyday service at this mountain hideaway.
The accommodations ooze uniqueness, much of which can be attributed to the fact that the lodge is built on sacred ground. The word "salish," meaning moon, reflects the Coast Salish Tribe which once occupied the grounds and were known as the "people of the moon."
Between relaxing in your room and learning of such local character, make sure to save time for "Fireside Fridays," a great way to get an even better feel for the unique lay of the land. From presentations from local artists and musicians, to chats with various chefs, writers, and explorers - you'll leave Salish not only revitalized, but also well-informed and thirsting for more.
Note: If you’re a returning guest you’ll note upon first arrival that the reception area has been moved to a new location – now located off the entrance to the fourth floor. With renovations abound, you’ll want to check out the new treatment rooms as well.
From journal The Spa at Salish Lodge