The Details


  • All room rates are nightly and based on double occupancy.
  • Children under the age of 17 stay for free.
  • Check-in time: 4pm
  • Check-out time: 12pm
  • Front Desk hours: 24 hours a day
  • At check-in an authorization will be placed on your credit card for the total amount of your reservation rate plus tax and resort fee, plus an additional $100 USD per night in anticipated incidental charges. A valid credit card authorized to cover room, resort fees and tax, plus $100 per night for incidentals, must be presented upon check-in. You may pay your final amount owed via credit card or cash upon departure. If you will not be checking in, but would like to pay for a guest's stay, please contact reservations at 1-800-272-5474 to complete a 3rd party credit card authorization form. Guests are not required to settle their account with the credit card used at time of check-in.
  • Rollaway beds and cribs are available for use free of charge.
  • Dogs are welcome at Salish Lodge & Spa but dog-friendly rooms are limited and based on availability so advance reservations are required. Guests bringing a dog must sign a waiver at check-in, agreeing to uphold Salish Lodge & Spa’s Pampered Paws Guidelines. Guests traveling with a dog are responsible for a $65 non-refundable fee.


  • Reservations must be canceled seven (7) days prior to arrival to receive a refund.
  • Cancelations within seven (7) days will be charged one night stay plus tax. If your reservation was pre-paid, it is non-refundable.

General Information

  • All guests pay a $19 resort fee which includes:
    • Valet parking
    • Use of the fitness center
    • Wireless high-speed Internet access
    • Daily newspaper
    • Morning coffee and tea
    • Afternoon tea and cookies in the library
  • The hotel is open year round; however, hours do fluctuate seasonally in The Dining Room, The Attic, The Spa, and The Country Store.
  • Non-smoking facilities include patios and balconies. Smoking is permitted 25 feet from the building per Washington State Law.
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