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Not great but over all was a nice and very relaxing weekend and that's what we were looking for. Would have liked it to be closer to to the beach and or town although if you come prepared they have everthing you would need on site. Lots of amenities. Overal we enjoyed out stay.
Lots of construction but much of the facilities were in disrepair and felt a little unsafe, such as stairwells and decks. Wait staff was not always very kind or helpful and we felt like they were angling for tips. We had a good experience at the spa except that we were really looking forward to the coed jacuzzi and it was closed. We may not have spent all that money had we known it wasn't available.
Golf Course The room was tired. Funky plumbing in shower. Very small bathroom. Broken sceens below windows would allow rodents in. Overall the place is looking worn out. Salashan truly needs to upgrade for the prices they are charging. Slight mold smell in the room. I probably will not be booking anything again untill I see the place upgraded.
Excellent breakfast at the grill.
I went to Salishan for a personal rejuvenation retreat weekend and it did not disappoint. The room, views, property, and service were spectacular. I'm not a golfer, but the golf course views and landscape were fantastic. The crown jewel is definitely the spa - excellent value as you can make a day of using the facilities there. Salishan is great for fitness as well, with the gym and trails right off the property. I even used the nearly-empty beach for yoga and meditation. My only complaint is that I didn't stay longer! How do I put this... the restaurants need an upgrade. The family restaurant is fine and the prices are good for a resort. I didn't eat at The Attic but it has a great atmosphere. The fine dining restaurant, however, is about 30 years behind contemporary cuisine -- which may be fine for their demographic or what's standard for small town "fine dining." But if they want to cultivate generations X, Y, Millennials, etc, especially coming from the food mecca of Portland, they severely need to overhaul the menu and service style to 2015. The Oregon coast is way behind and the restaurants that update stand to become destinations and profit accordingly.
Free upgrade to a very very large room with a partial bay view. Comfortable bed, gas fireplace, lots of large windows and beautiful furniture. Comfortable and a steal for the price.
The staff was very nice and accommodating Slow lunch and dining services.
We felt at home. This place is obviously old and being renovated, but the old trees and nice views were perfect. There are a lot of things to do at this place, including several kids activities, or adult. There are multiple restaraunts. The place is under construction currently, but it was not a bother, just ugly in certain parts.
decor was heavy and gloomy needs some real updating color were baroque (more like a dungeon.
There was no hot water, barely warm enough to take a shower. They use to have a lot of nice shops in their shopping village, not any more! At least 75% are closed and out of business. The lounge closed way too early given that they call themselves a resort. I have been to this hotel many times in the past with nothing but positive things to say...not this time. I won't be back
Peaceful location Massage wasn't quite as good as it should've been for price
Everthing you need is on site Under construction booking site did not say this I didn't know tel after I booked and the hotel emailed me to confirm by this time it was too late