We celebrated Easter with brunch at Salish Lodge and Spa, perched high atop Snoqualmie Falls. In typical Northwest fashion, a heavy mist and light drizzle filled the air – a far cry from the gorgeous sunny day we had just the day before. Despite the weather, we were warm and cozy inside the Salish Lodge with a multi-course brunch legendary for its amazing food and service.
One of the Best Brunches in Seattle
The kids enjoyed the endless stream of sweet treats, while we toasted to good family and gratitude for our blessings over mimosas. If you are a coffee lover, you will love the new table side coffee service, featuring 100 percent Kona coffee – the experience makes for an indulgent way to enjoy a great cup of coffee.
Northwest Treats and Style at the Salish Lodge Gift Shop
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Celebrate Mothers Day with Brunch at Salish Lodge and Spa
Not sure what to get mom for Mother’s Day? Mother’s Day Brunch is an annual tradition for our group of college friends and always great fun. We also love staying at the Salish Lodge & Spa for an overnight escape just a short drive from home. The rooms were recently renovated, the Salish Spa renovation is just about complete and the food and wine is divine, making Salish a beautiful luxury Northwest escape for couples or a girlfriend getaway. Salish Lodge & Spa also has a great selection of Mother’s Day gifts and experiences including an over-the top getaway package with limousine transportation, spa treatments, in-room dining and more. On Sunday, May 8, a Mother’s Day breakfast menu and brunch is served to celebrate that mom in your life:
- The Dining Room: three-course breakfast with mimosa toast; $49/person (adults), $23/person (children 6 to 12), children 5 and under are free
- Salish Ballroom Brunch Buffet; Mother’s Day brunch buffet in the Salish Ballroom $67/person (adults), $23/person (children 6 to 12), children 5 and under are free. Call 1.800.2.SALISH for reservations.
Photo credit: Sunchaser Studio (This post was a family affair: a big thank you to my very talented dad who contributed the stunning photography!)
Note: We were hosted guests for brunch at the Salish Lodge and Spa and were not required to express any opinion on our visit. Per our editorial policy, you can always expect honest opinions and reviews on our travel experiences.