Rosario Resort And Spa

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1400 Rosario Rd, Eastsound, WA 98245
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Romantic getaway

by ummwesam about Rosario Resort

This is a definate must see. This is an inclusive resort in the San Juan Islands. Its a bit pricy, but well worth it. Rooms all have astonishing views of the San Juans and the resort is secluded in the woods. Historical mansion of Robert Moran is now the lobby and other resort services are located.

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San Juan Islands

by kcrismier

The ferry ride itself is a pleasant 1 hour journey. The islands are gorgeous to look at. You will dock at Friday Harbor, on San Juan Island. It's best to stop here first, enjoy the small harbor town, and then pick other islands to hop to by short ferry rides. Ferries cost money going out to the islands, but are free on the way back, and free going to certain islands. Orcas Island is the next most-developed island, it's a great place to just drive around. Stay at the Rosario Resort. It's a bit of a drive through some windy roads, but the scenery is worth it. The resort is on it's own semi-private cove of aqua green water. Trails to hike, a spa, a gift shop, restaurant, and waterfront access. Nice and secluded.

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A place to go...

by rachelph


A friend and I are looking to spend a five day vacation in late August somewhere out west. We would like to stay somewhere relaxing (like a spa) where we could hike, etc, and/or we'd also be interested in a low key city. Does anyone have any suggestions of places like this? Ideally, these places would be not too expensive and convenient to an airport...


RE: A place to go...

by dlandt

A couple places come to mind. Depending on if you have a car or not, and consider 2 hours resonably close to the airport, you could stay in Leavenworth. Leavenworth is a tourist town dressed up like an Alpine village, but located on the edge of a national forest. The town has ample accomodations, restaurants (many German ones)and shops, but in the hinterland you have canoeing, horseback riding, hiking, and more. A short drive to the east will bring you to the fruit stands and country style tourism of central Washington. Not far as well is Lake Chelan for watersports and activities. Just getting there from Seatac will give you a thrill, as you drive (quite safely) through one of the highest mountain passes in the country, with ample views and scenic lookouts or waterfalls.

Another alternative would be to go to Ocean Shores, about the same distance, with one of the longest stretches of beach in North America. Ithas nearby Indian casinos, clam shops and that kind of thing, but not as much to do as Leavenworth. As you are on the Pacific Coast and not Puget Sound, you will have different oceanic activities there, and at the tip of the peninsula (about 1.5 to 2 hours) is a tourist-oriented Indian reservation where you can see totem poles and the like.



RE: A place to go...

by Bilimari


I know that you are not asking about Oregon, but have you looked into Bend as your holiday destination? If you like outdoor sports, i.e., hiking, cycling, rock climbing, white water rafting, you'll love this place. There are many spas, and golf courses, too. I used to live there, and love the place.

If you Google with "Bend Oregon", you'll find more sites with tourism information.

Have a great summer!

RE: RE: A place to go...

by YVRDave

Have a look at this too.

RE: A place to go...

by YVRDave

All in all it sounds like Sedona Arizona is perfect for you.

RE: A place to go...

by royalempress

One of the nicest resort and Spa in Washington State is the Rosario Resort and Spa. It is located on Orcas Island in the San Juan Islands. It can be reached by sea plane or ferry.

Alaska and Washington State trip

by nailbender

My wife and I will be flying in to Seattle the first part of August, renting a car, and taking a ferry northward to sight-see and then driving back to Seattle. Will 10 days be enough to make this trip worthwhile and can anyone give us a good place to get info. to plan our trip? Thanks

RE: Alaska and Washington State trip

by MonoBichi

Hard to say if 10 days is enough without knowing where "northward" is.

RE: Alaska and Washington State trip

by royalempress

Ten days will be perfect. You didn't mention which ferry you would like to take? A great trip would be to take the ferry to Langley on Whidbey Island (about 15 miles from downtown Seattle, stay the night and continue driving up Whidbey. The Island is around 50 miles long with 3 major state parks that you might want to see on the way up the Island. At the far end of the Island there is a state park, Deception State Park, that is really quite beautiful with two picturesque bridges linking Fildago Island with Whidbey.
From Whidbey drive the 1/2 hour to the waterfront town of Anacortes. From there you could take the ferry to the San Juan Islands. Rosario Resort on Orcas Island is a nice place to stay a night or two then you could catch the next ferry to Friday Harbor on San Juan Island. Friday Harbor is a very fun town with lots to see and do. Be sure and see English Camp,the American Camp

RE: RE: Alaska and Washington State trip

by royalempress

Hi again,
To continue my post, from Friday Harbor on the San Juan Island you could then take the Ferry to Sidney, Vancouver Island, British Columbia Canada. Staying in Sidney you can see the great town of Victoria and other scenic areas. Then on your return trip to Seattle there are numerous ferries available to the mainland of the US or Canada. Be sure and get reservations on the Sidney ferry, and the San Juan ferries in the summer months.
I hope this helps.

RE: Alaska and Washington State trip

by CdnJane

If you are talking about taking the ferry up to Alaska and then driving back to Seatle, then no way could you do it properly in 10 days. You cannot drive directly down the coast from Alaska - you have to go into the interior of BC, and a lot of miles down to the US.
The trip suggested to you, traveling by ferry up and down the coast, sounds much more practical, but I would think that 10 days would be a rushed trip, if you really want to see the sights and be relaxed.
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Address: 1400 Rosario Rd, Eastsound, WA 98245