Salish Lodge & Spa
Nestled In The Foothills Of The Cascade Mountains
Originally The Snoqualmie Falls Lodge, it began as an eight-room inn built in 1916 as a respite stop for travelers. It quickly became famous for its Country Breakfast, then called the Farm Breakfast, which nourished visitors before they journeyed over the mountain pass. In 1988, the building was completely remodeled and reopened as The Salish Lodge. In 2007 the Lodge was owned by the Muckleshoot Indian Tribe and then in 2019, it was purchased by the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe — it was a proud moment to be finally back in control of their ancestral land. Tribal members believe that the mists from the falls carry prayers to their ancestors, who used the site as a gathering place. Out-of-towners may recognize the Salish Lodge as the setting for Twin Peaks™, the David Lynch TV mystery series. Salish Lodge & Spa has been updated over the years to feature contemporary and luxury amenities, while maintaining the serene Pacific Northwest feel they are known for. And after all this time, they still serve their famous four-course Country Breakfast with the iconic Honey from Heaven™ service where honey from their own hives is poured from high above your plate onto buttery house-made biscuits — a Salish Lodge tradition that keeps visitors coming back year after year. Plus, it's hard to imagine a more beautiful setting than sacred Snoqualmie Falls, which incidentally is higher than Niagara Falls.