You've heard of a day spa, now get ready for the stay spa. These six destination spas are the perfect vacation from everyday life with beautiful views, cozy accommodations, and luxurious spa services.
Enjoy a seaside retreat at The Spa at the Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine, Wa. With their Midweek Retreat package, you can choose between a 60 minute facial or massage. The Resort caters to everyone from the active adventurer to people looking for a bit of pampering. Want to bring your furry companions? They will offer your pet a treat and a new toy!
Each room at the Salish Lodge & Spa in Snoqualmie Wa has a fireplace, spa-like showers or oversized soaking tubs, and many have views of the Snoqualmie River. The Spa offers massage, skin care, and body therapies using the herbs from their garden and honey from their on-site beehive! You can enjoy their steam rooms, dry sauna, or therapeutic pools before or after your treatment.
The historic The Majestic Inn is located in the heart of Anacortes offers cozy rooms, great dining and a luxurious spa. Their 5th Street Bistro has romantic rooftop dining with a view! Upstairs you can escape to the quiet sanctuary of The Apothecary Spa to enjoy a Hot Stone Massage or Signature Facial. They have a Eucalyptus steam room available after every treatment. Dogs under 35 lbs and children are welcome!
The Inn at Langley on Whidbey Island offers a stunning view of the water, breakfast and local movie passes with every stay! Try the Revitalizing Ocean Mud Pedi-Scrub to complete your Island spa experience. They cater to adults and older children while offering accommodations for your canine friends!
Sun Mountain Lodge in Winthrop, Wa offers a variety of Northwest inspired lodges and cabins for you to choose from. They are the largest cross-country ski resort with over 124 miles of ski trails, top-notch ski rentals, instruction and no lines! After a day on the slopes, relax with an hour long Swedish and Sports Massage. The spa has an array of enticing body and skin care treatments for those looking for a day of relaxation.
Soap Lake Resort in Eastern Washington is a historic spa combining spa treatments, wonderful natural mineral water from Soap Lake and daily activities like yoga, hiking, and swimming. This lake gets its name from the soapy feel and appearance of its mineral-rich, alkaline waters.
These are just a few of the many amazing places to stay in the Great Northwest. Visit our website to find even more great places to stay!