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7760 N Highway 101, Gleneden Beach, OR 97388-2011
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What you can expect during your stay
  • All linens sanitized in high-temperature wash
  • Face masks required for guests in public areas
  • Face masks required for staff in public areas
  • Floors marked for social distancing
  • Hand sanitizer available to guests & staff
  • Paid stay-at-home policy for staff with symptoms
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Updated 23/09/20 Safety precautions are provided by the property and are not checked by Tripadvisor for accuracy.
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#1 of 2 hotels in Gleneden Beach
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This Oregon Coast iconic Lodge, Located on 250 beautifully forested acres, offers spacious view guest rooms, world-class Spa, Scenic Golf, an indoor Tennis Pavilion, indoor pool with whirlpool, fitness center, aerial adventure course, sauna and four dining options, from casual Deli items to fine dining with a focus on indigenous-fair. Designed as an up-scale lodge in 1965 showcasing extensive use of local woods and stone is complemented with an extensive art collection by Northwest artists is unsurpassed, tying together both the properties classic architecture and the land-use sensibilities. Ideal for Leisure guests and conference events, our 205 guestroom, 16,000 square feet of event space ensures a unique and inviting experience.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Bar / lounge
Bicycles available
Golf course
Children's playground
Electric vehicle charging station
Hot bath
Indoor pool
Heated pool
Yoga classes
Fitness / spa changing rooms
Breakfast available
Complimentary instant cofffee
Special diet menus
Wine / champagne
Mini golf
Tennis court
Board games / puzzles
Children Activities (Kid / Family Friendly)
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Business Centre with Internet Access
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Meeting rooms
Couples massage
Facial treatments
Foot massage
Full body massage
Makeup services
Steam room
24-hour security
Gift shop
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor fireplace
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Picnic area
Sun loungers / beach chairs
First aid kit
24-hour front desk
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Private beach
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Matt C wrote a review Apr 2021
I was able to stay at Salishan through a booking deal which made the price of the room worth the price. Sadly I cannot say I would ever consider staying here paying full price. Check-in time was 4 pm and while we did arrive on time there were so many people checking in that it took about 10 minutes in line to check-in. Our room wasn’t ready so we were asked to come back in 15 minutes. 20 minutes later plus another 10 in line and our room was still not ready. After the third time of being told our room wasn’t ready we said we will not come back and they can call us when we can check-in. We were given drink vouchers for the room not being ready after an hour wait. The delay was by housekeeping needing to take care of the room but there was blood on the top sheet of the bed, mascara on the pillow cover, the fitted sheet was flipped wrong way out so it was not changed and the sofa pillow was stained. The shower smelled of mildew and the coffee station was pretty worn. This means that the deluxe room we stayed in is worth $130-$140 tops. This room goes for about $200 a night, the grounds are beautiful but the building are rundown. They make a point of their rooms being smoke-free but for those of us with pet allergies be aware they let dogs in any and every room when guests say so if you are like me that means sneezing all the time so you may want to take medication. We all take risks traveling during Covid but their commitment to a clean space is laughable. I gave this same information to the hotel and was never contacted.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
1 Helpful vote
Response from Kristi Wiard, Guest Services / Front Office at Salishan Coastal Lodge
Responded 1 week ago
mattcO7442SV, I would love to speak to you regarding your stay. We want all of our guests to leave happy and I very much want to make this right for you. As I do not have your contact information, please reach out to me directly.
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rachnafobe wrote a review Apr 2021
SF Bay
Tldr: no one is actually cleaning anything. Took my elderly parents for 60th anniversary trip. We got two rooms - one for them, one for myself and my 11 year old. Upon check in, find out A. reservations are required for pool use, and B. sorry, there are no reservations available for the full 40 hours you are staying. So I start with a cranky 11 year old who was excited to be able to go back in the pool. Next, we go to the rooms, and they are filthy. Just unbelievably dirty. Outside the doors of all the rooms in our building were spider webs that has built up for months. Above the sconce by our front door were 6 pink spider egg sacs. They didn't hatch while we were there, but good luck to the next occupants of 206. Next, we go inside the room. The hand soap dispenser is empty and dry as a bone. The ice bucket, however, has about a centimeter of stale water in its bottom, and greasy fingerprints all over the top so... pretty clear it wasn't cleaned. My 80 year old mom's bathroom had hairs in the bathtub, which prompted her to wet a hand towel and wipe the floor. 11 yo reported back, "Mom, when she wiped the floor it was BLACK." The toilets here have always been incredibly iffy flushers (slow and loud) but this time the flusher also had some goop on it that meant we had to flush with a tissue. Beds were too firm, but ironically, pillows were too soft. Restaurant appears to be under new management. It is not a good change. My 82 year old father got the " scramble" egg special? He thought he was getting eggs with potatoes. Wrong, eggs with uncooked brussel sprouts. Fully inedible. The only positive was the fire pit where my parents were able to make new acquaintances. This is our last time coming to the Salishan.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
1 Helpful vote
Response from Kristi Wiard, Guest Services / Front Office at Salishan Coastal Lodge
Responded 1 week ago
rachnafobe, I am so sorry to read how unhappy you were with your stay. Please feel free to reach out to me directly, so we can discuss what we can do to make this right for you.
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Caitryn M wrote a review Apr 2021
We had the best time staying at Salishan Lodge last weekend! It was the perfect little escape. We really felt far removed from everything when we were on the resort grounds even though the hustle and bustle of Lincoln City was just minutes away. Our puppy had a great time too! There is the most beautiful nature path (about 3/4 of a mile) that goes from the lodge to beach access. We walked that every morning. Thanks again Salishan! We can’t wait to come back!
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled as a couple
Response from Kristi Wiard, Guest Services / Front Office at Salishan Coastal Lodge
Responded 1 week ago
Caitrynm2021, Thank you for leaving us such a kind review. We would love to have you stay with us again and do hope to see you soon.
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me19482 wrote a review Apr 2021
I used a Travelzoo voucher for my stay, otherwise it would 100% not be worth it. It's priced like a fancy resort, but the rooms are mediocre and not worth the $300+/night. They also charge $30+ per day fee for things like coffee in your room which is usually included in hotel rooms. The room is fine (I'm in the "Deluxe"), but the bathroom is disappointing and gross. It looks like they don't clean between guests because I found hairs. The shower curtain is moldy. They don't provide individual soap/shampoo, but instead there are bottles attached to the wall. That's always nasty, but during COVID that's unacceptable. One bottle is empty. There is no water pressure in the shower and the drain doesn't work. The toilet is very low as well. Salishan offers "adventures." They have access to a private beach, which I enjoyed. It's across the highway, so it's a drive or a long walk. There is an activity called "Salishan Seekers." Supposedly there are glass floats hidden around. They say you get to keep it if you find one. I looked for hours and never found anything. The reviews that mentioned these glass floats also mentioned kids and how staff "helped" them, so I think the staff only hides floats when they know a kid is looking. It's disappointing. It seemed like a fun activity and I wanted a souvenir. This property is a long way from any towns. It's 20-25 min, so prepare for quite a drive if you want other food. Overall I wouldn't recommend Salishan unless you REALLY like golf.
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Date of stay: April 2021
Response from Kristi Wiard, Guest Services / Front Office at Salishan Coastal Lodge
Responded 2 weeks ago
Traveler59039471436, Thank you for taking the time to let us know how your stay went. While we do strive for 100 percent guest satisfaction, we very much missed the mark with your stay. Please feel free to reach out to me directly and I will be happy to discuss what we can do to make your stay right.
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BenMN80 wrote a review Apr 2021
Boise, Idaho
We just spent a week at the Salishan resort as a family (3 kids between 8 and 15 years old). We were pleased with a great many things, we understand that the pandemic and state-wide restrictions make some accommodations difficult, and note a few things that could be improved. The good: the list starts with the gorgeous settings and views. The staff is excellent and friendly. The rooms are clean and reasonably equipped. Parking is ample. There are many on-site activities. The WiFi was robust (though there were technical issues early on; I showed the authentication error to the front desk and they were able to share with IT to get things working). The bad: The bed wasn't the most comfortable. My wife has a sensitive back and the bed caused her some pain. There is a row of Tesla destination chargers in front of the main lodge but there really should be a handful of non-proprietary chargers (j1772) as well. There are no on-site laundry facilities for guests. We had to drive into Lincoln City and hang out in the parking lot of a coin-operated laundromat. I know that this isn't just a me problem because a Google search led me to another review complaining about this lack. Covid-related complaints: we ate at the restaurant upstairs in the main lodge one evening. The kids enjoyed their meals (a burger and quesadillas), but my wife and I did not enjoy our dish. It was surprisingly bland. And the presentation was less than stellar. The other issue that we had was that the door leading to the terrace was left open so the waitresses could easily move about and serve those seated outside. But as a result, it was quite chilly inside. The swimming pool is available on a reservation only basis. I wish that we had known in advance, so that we could have reserved earlier in our stay. This really should be communicated (perhaps in an email in advance of arrival, along with a list of other covid-related changes). The breakfast was excellent (though pricey) and seating was limited to only four tables. So, we took our breakfast near the lobby fireplace. It was a little uncomfortable. But the staff went above and beyond. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would consider coming back again.
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Date of stay: April 2021Trip type: Travelled with family
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Response from Kristi Wiard, Guest Services / Front Office at Salishan Coastal Lodge
Responded 2 weeks ago
BenMN80, Thank you for your feedback. We take guest reviews good or bad to heart and will learn how we can do better. I do hope you will decide to stay with us again, so you can see how we have improved.
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US$167 - US$281 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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