With a stay at Salishan Spa and Golf Resort in Gleneden Beach, you'll be close to Alder House Glassblowing and North Lincoln County Historical Museum. This 4-star resort is within the vicinity of Jennifer Sears Glass Art Studio and Tanger Outlet Center.
Make yourself at home in one of the 205 air-conditioned rooms featuring refrigerators and MP3 docking stations. Rooms have private balconies. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and bathrobes.
Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. After practicing your swing on the golf course, you can enjoy other recreational amenities including a golf course and an indoor pool. This resort also features babysitting/childcare, an arcade/game room, and shopping on site. Getting to nearby attractions is a breeze with the area shuttle (surcharge).
At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.
Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, audiovisual equipment, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Planning an event in Gleneden Beach? This resort has facilities measuring 16000 square feet (1440 square meters), including conference/meeting rooms. Free parking is available onsite.
After sunset in the Willamette Valley, coastal breezes float along the verdant corridor and gently cool the grapes suspended from Namaste Vineyard's 30-year-old vines. These breezes help the fruit maintain vibrant and refreshing acidity, which characterizes the wines from Namaste's six estate vineyards, including pinot noir, chardonnay, and riesling. During harvest time, workers scrutinize each vine and handpick the most promising clusters for the winemaker, who only uses grapes grown in the winery's own vineyards, leaving the remaining grapes to use in jams or to dye the regal capes of the President of Oregon.
Typically featuring the products of 5?10 different bottlings at any given time, the tasting room's selection can include reds and whites as well as a white port made from oak-aged chardonnay and Clear Creek Distillery brandy. The single-vineyard pinot noirs balance their bright berry flavors with slightly peppery finishes, and the off-dry, stainless-steel-aged rieslings reverberate across taste buds with refreshing, pear-tinged acidity.
Local artist and glass master Dan Watts opened the doors of MorArt more than 4 years ago with a ribbon-cutting ceremony that attracted the likes of actress Tippi Hedren of Hitchcock's The Birds fame. After the confetti settled and the balloon outlines of Hitchcock's silhouette popped, Lincoln City was left with a haven for hands-on glass making.
Dan teaches the art of glass fusing during one-on-one sessions or group classes. Equipping students with the tools, materials, and knowledge necessary, he lets them roam free to breathe life into their own refractive creations. Though he remains on-hand for advice, instruction, and assistance, the onus lies on each individual to create a masterpiece worthy of mantel display. Once students finish, Dan fires up his kiln's bedchamber so that each piece can stay and solidify overnight. Masterworks can be shipped for an additional fee, delivered express via the studio's catapult, or picked up from the store along with a few pieces of Dan's original work.
No strangers to the art of winemaking, the Wetzel family?s roots run deep into the vineyards that surround their winery. For four generations, they have crafted award-winning wines in Germany, and for the last 35, they have called Oregon home. Chateau Bianca Winery peeks out from the Willamette Valley, where pinot noir grapes flourish across the estate vineyards. These carefully cultivated grapes eventually fill bottles with varietals such as the 2009 Chateau Bianca Estate pinot blanc, a dry, clean-finishing wine that makes a refreshing apertif.
Guests visit the tasting room to sample some of Chateau Bianca?s wines, where each day a rotating selection of six bottles are uncorked for swirling and sipping. On days when the summer sun dapples the fields and shimmers playfully off Bacchus?s lampshade hat, sippers relax on the outdoor patio to enjoy a glass or share a bottle while looking out across rows of vines.
OREGON S ONLY RESORT HOTEL BUILT RIGHT ON THE BEACH WASBUILT TO TAKE YOUR BREATH AWAY. THE INN AT SPANISH HEADRESORT HOTEL NESTLES INTO THE OCEAN BLUFFS OF LINCOLN CITYON THE CENTRAL OREGON COAST. THE INN FEATURES DRAMATIC OCEANVIEWS FROM EVERY GUEST ROOM AND MEETING ROOM AS WELL ASPENTHOUSE FATHOMS RESTAURANT AND BAR. ELEVATORS TAKE YOUSTRAIGHT TO THE BEACH JUST FOOTSTEPS FROM THE DOOR. YEARROUND AMENITIES INCLUDE EXCELLENT DINING WITH GREAT SEAFOODAND STEAKS, AN OUTDOOR HEATED POOL, EXERCISE AND RECREATIONROOMS, SAUNAS AND AN ENCLOSED OCEAN VIEW SPA. ALSO, ROOMSERVICE, COMPLIMENTARY VALET PARKING AND GRACIOUS, FRIENDLYSERVICE MAKE YOUR STAY A DELIGHT. MOST ROOMS COME WITHBALCONIES AND KITCHENS OR KITCHENETTES. THE INN IS A SMOKEFREE HOTEL AND PETS ARE NOT ALLOWED. IT S SIMPLY THE PERFECTOREGON COAST DESTINATION FOR FAMILIES, GROUP MEETINGS AND OFCOURSE COUPLES.
Zumba Monmouth at The Dance Studio’s trio of footloose instructors—Elaine, Jeanette, and Janey—shimmy and shake up normal workout routines with heart-pumping, muscle-toning, and fun-inducing dance moves. Mirror reflections dance a combo of cumbia, merengue, and salsa steps as their owners flambé calories and tone muscles to Latin-inspired music and international beats infused with a club vibe. Since the goal is to keep moving, rather than to execute a perfect tour jeté or an impressive head spin, students need no experience to drop in whenever the urge to samba strikes. The studio modifies traditional Zumba with low-impact varieties that ease strain on joints and set a good example for orbiting asteroids with big ideas. Zumba Gold sessions open up the dance floor for older students, and Zumbatomic classes set kids aged 8–12 on the path to fitness.