Salishan Spa And Golf Resort

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

7760 Hwy 101 N, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388

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Very Good
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Average
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Poor
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    Salishan Lodge

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    The Salishan Lodge is more than a standard hotel. The property is surrounded by woods which give it that secluded feeling. There are a few trails on the grounds which make for a nice early morning walk.

    The rooms are luxurious but with a rustic appearance. They are spread out in various buildings across the property. All rooms have a fireplace and balcony overlooking the forest, golf course or bay.

    There is a more formal dining room (see restaurant tips) and a casual restaurant. Both serve excellent food and have great views.

    Unique Quality: A large resort with trails extending into the wooded area and bungalow style accommodations with views of the lake.

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Great Lunch at the Sun Room/Salishan Lodge

by orcoastgirl about Sun Room/Salishan Lodge & Golf Resort

This casual restaurant has gorgeous views of the golf course and grounds. The Salishan Lodge is a beautiful property which also offers a fine dining venue in another dining room. The food, service and ambiance were very nice, making this a great stop for lunch before our visit to the Oregon Coast Aquarium in Newport.

We had two teens with us and they also enjoyed their time here. The fish tacos, hamburgers and grilled cheese sandwiches. Salads were also very fresh and nicely presented.

Nice Accomodations

by ebnoia about Salishan Spa and Golf Resort

My husband and I stayed here for one night during our trip to the Oregon coast. I have the book "1,000 Places to See Before You Die" and the Salishan was recommended in it. While it was a very lovely place, I don't think people would be missing much if they never visited. The rooms are very nice and it has quite a "lodgey" feel to it. Great beds and beautiful fireplaces. I was disappointed b/c there was no availability at the spa but I did call only one day in advance. The health club was nice, small but clean and I used it twice. It is located right next to the indoor pool.

The resort is not oceanfront, or that near the ocean to be completely honest. But it still was a great place. Staying at the Salishan was a unique experience. It reminded me somewhat of what I would imagine the Ewok Village to be like. The main portion of the resort is located in one area. There are different trails that lead you to the main part, which are covered by an overhead to avoid the rain. The Salishan is tucked away in what seems like a forest, hence the Ewok feel to it.

Another cool part of the resort are the different hiking trails throughout the resort. As I am not a golfer, I cannot comment on how the course was but there were many people taking advantage of it.

Our balcony offered great views of the area.

Cedar Tree Restaurant

by goingsolo about Cedar Tree Restaurant

The Salishan's more casual restaurant, which still has great views and great food. There are no white tablecloths here and, instead you'll find more comfortable booths, a high beamed ceiling and an open view of the kitchen.

I came here twice for breakfast and ordered a sandwich from room service one night and enjoyed everything that I ate. The breakfast menu goes beyond the standard American a.m. staples: shrimp omelets, wheat germ pancakes and hazelnut yogurt are just some of the choices. There's standard breakfast fare as well. But the apple oat pancakes were pretty good.

Cascade Dining Room

by goingsolo about Cascade Dining Room Westin Salishan

This is a beautiful dining room which manages to be elegant and casual at the same time thanks to a combination of white tablecloths yet wood paneling, fine china but colorful carpeting and floor to ceiling windows which expose a tremendous view of the coast. The staff is friendly and eager to make recommendations on wine and food.

Dinner was fantastic. This is one of those places where each menu item comes with about 10 adjectives and sauces galore, so those of you who like to keep it simple may not like this place. Fresh oysters with smoked bacon, wontons and roasted pepper aioli is a good start. The oysters are raw and the aioli makes a great compliment in lieu of horseradish.

The main course I had was pan seared halibut with wild nettle pasta (I still don't know what that is but it was green and tasted like spinach) and roasted vegetables. The fish was fresh, fall off the fork tender and delicious. The menu is varied and includes duck, steak and pasta for those who do not like seafood.

For dessert, if you still have room, I'd recommend the creme brulee. It tasted of real vanilla and had a layer of caramel on top. Fantastically sweet, and it goes well with a glass of port. The whole meal was great but the halibut was out of this world amazing.

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Address: 7760 Hwy 101 N, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388