4-Star Pacific Northwest Lodge with Spa and Acclaimed Restaurant
Because it’s accessible via a private, spruce-lined drive, exploring
the Salishan Spa and Golf Resort’s 350-acre wooded property near the Oregon coast is a memorable experience all its own. When the four-star resort was built in 1965, original owner John D. Gray wanted it to match the beauty of its knockout setting, where the surrounding forests meet the Pacific beaches. The result is a hotel interior that incorporates native stone, intricate woodwork, hand-blown glass, and contemporary artwork from more than 100 regional artists.
Vaulted ceilings and floor-to-ceiling windows give guest rooms a spacious feel. Private balconies overlook Siletz Bay, the forest, or the resort’s spectacular 18-hole golf course, which was redesigned by renowned architect and PGA pro Peter Jacobsen. You'll have five dining options to use your $25 credit, ranging from the onsite deli to the newly renovated Salishan Dining Room, which Frommer’s says is “one of the most upscale restaurants on the entire coast and has a superb wine collection.”
Salishan's spa is also a destination in its own right. Ranked No. 13
on the list of the Top 250 Spas by Condé Nast Traveler readers, the full-service facility offers facials, massages, and professional hair, nail, and waxing treatments. Even if you come for only a quick sweat in the sauna, be sure to stop by the spa's alfresco lounge area for the incredible bay views.
Gleneden Beach, Oregon: Small Coastal Community Set amid
Beachfront State Parks
Located on the central stretch of Oregon's 363-mile coastline,
Gleneden Beach is only slightly larger than the resort itself. The town is situated between two larger coastal cities, Newport and Lincoln City,
both ideal spots for beachcombing, whale watching, and browsing in boutiques and bookstores. At Newport’s Oregon Coast Aquarium, you can see where harbor seals, otter, and sea lions frolic in their natural habitats. A 200-foot underwater tunnel at the aquarium provides near 360-degree views of sharks, giant octopuses, and other creatures of the deep.
Promotional value expires Jan 5, 2013. Amount paid never expires.
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In All Included Rooms
400 square feet of living space
Private balcony with views of golf course or forest
Flat-screen TV with cable
Traditional Double Rooms
Two double beds
Standard occupancy: 2
Maximum occupancy: 4
Adding occupants above standard: $20 per night for each additional guest
Traditional King Rooms
One king bed
Standard occupancy: 2
Maximum occupancy: 3
Adding occupants above standard: $20 per night for an additional guest
Check in: 4:30 p.m.
Check out: noon
Resort fee includes: self-parking, use of pool and
computers, and in-room water bottles
Rollaways: available for no additional charge
Smoking policy: no smoking inside the property
Pet policy: dogs may be added for $35 per night.
Accessibility: handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
Room upgrades: upgrades may be available during booking or check-in for an additional cost.
By plane: 108 miles from Portland International Airport (PDX); 103
miles from Eugene Airport (EUG)
By car: about 67 miles of west of Salem; about 97 miles southwest of
The 1-mile bay-to-ocean nature trail is an easy hike that begins
behind the Marketplace and heads between Salishan’s golf course and
Siletz Bay. A free guide to the nature trail and running loop is available
at the front desk.