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Salishan Spa and Golf Resort

Salishan Spa and Golf Resort

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TripAdvisor Review
157 Reviews
Guide Price £879 per person
Based on 15 October 19 departure from London Heathrow flying with Delta Airlines, staying for 4 nights room only in a Standard Room (2 adults sharing).
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Idyllic resort on the Oregon coast

The Salishan Spa and Golf Resort offers the ultimate in West Coast luxury, providing an upscale rustic stay on the spectacular Gelenden Beach coastline. Spread across 250 beautiful rural acres, this naturally-influenced property has been an Oregon icon since the 1960’s and provides a wide range of luxury amenities suitable for the modern day traveller. From indulgent spa treatments and glorious pools to 18 heavenly links holes set along the coastline, this eco-friendly resort has it all.

  • Hundreds of hikeable acres
  • Indulge in a spa treatment
  • Spectacular setting close to the Oregon coastline
  • Enjoy a range of leisure activities including 18 holes of golf
  • Wine and dine at five different venues

Hotel Features

Hotel Category

Trusted

Main Facilities

  • Golf
  • Outdoor pool

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only
Location Highlights

Salishan Spa and Golf Resort

157 Reviews 51% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 99
  • Very Good 42
  • Average 9
  • Poor 5
  • Terrible 2

What to Expect

  • Location
  • Sleep Quality
  • Rooms
  • Service
  • Value
  • Cleanliness

Reviews

Dec 11, 2018

The Splender of Salishan Resort- reawakened

Tigard, Oregon

After some years of sub-quality management the New Ownership of Salishan Resort is turning the page on not only a new chapter but a book of upgrades starting with elevating respect for their employees. Empowering them to take immediate action to accommodate a guest’s concern. Awards for jobs well done with monthly recognition. The dish washer won the first of these awards. Upgraded rooms. Public places, new chef, new mixologist, activities year round. Pet friendly with Yappy Hour which includes bacon infused water. Kid friendly with a visit into the treasure chest and agility rope challenge, golf, tennis, pickle ball. Best spa on the coast. Beach crest Brewery opening this month. And conference space and rates. Plus the sales staff is working with travel agents (which I am) which allows groups to receive added benefits when working with me. Richard in housekeeping went above and beyond normal service when we asked for window cleaner for our car. We came down the stairs to clean windows thanks to his efforts. Highly recommend couples, family and groups to check out this newly upgraded fantastic beach resort
Dec 01, 2018

Good Family Thamksgiving Getaway

boulder

We had 11 people, 3 dogs, and 5 rooms for 2 nights over Thanksgiving. Yikes! Part of the party flew into Portland and then we all drove out to the coast together. It's about a 2 hour drive from Portland. We stopped at a Fred Meyer on the way (a big grocery chain) and bought water, snacks and alcoholic drinks, which worked out well. The rooms all have glasses and empty mini fridges, so we saved a lot by doing our own happy hours each evening. The staff were accommodating and we got free room upgrades in order to put all five rooms together. There were doors that could be opened between rooms, for those who would like that. The hotel is pet friendly and has little treat packages for doggie guests. I believe the fee was $35 per dog, per stay (not per night). It was cold and rainy, but the rooms were cozy with heat and fireplaces. The bed in our room was pretty bad (lumpy and you could feel the coils). But no one else seemed to have that problem. Spacious and clean rooms. A good pool for the kids, and a little fitness center. Only about 15 minutes to Lincoln City, so you have all the dining options there as well. The resort has restaurants. I didn't eat at them, but part of our group did breakfast at the Sunroom both mornings and liked it. You can walk or drive down to a nice beach, which is located below the property (and golf course). There are nice walking trails for those who want to get out a bit in nature. It's private and feels tucked into nature, though it's not too far from everything. On the whole a great value for a little Oregon Coast vacation.
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