Salish Lodge & Spa - Hotel From The Twin Peaks TV ShowSalish  
Lodge & Spa

The site was originally home to the Snoqualmie Falls Lodge (built in 1919), and now the building has been renovated to become the Salish Lodge and Spa.

The exterior was used as a location for the cult TV show Twin Peaks, and while the interior has changed, fans of the show (or "Peaks Freaks") will find other locations from the show nearby.

Your room has luxury touches like fine linen and featherbeds, while original artworks and photographs decorate the space. Some rooms have balconies, window seats, and views of the amazing waterfall.

The spa has an entire floor devoted to it, and your own "bath butler" will be there to arrange your treatments before you arrive.

When you are finished, you can retire to the lounge for wine and hors d'oeuvres. The spa also uses the lodge's own honey for treatments.

The honey comes from the hotel's apiary, where 120,000 bees produce 600 pounds of specialty honey annually.

Type: Movie   Nature   Spa

Twin Peaks Hotel

Do you remember the opening credits of David Lynch's cult mystery serial? The Great Northern Hotel is actually a fictional name, but Salish Lodge and Spa overlooking the Snoqualmie Falls is very real, and you can stay there.

Twin Peaks Hotel - Salish Lodge

The TV series from the early 1990s about a strange small town northwest of the USA is not actually called Twin Peaks.

The towns used in the exterior cuts were Snoqualmie City, North Bend, and Fall City in the state of Washington.

Twin Peaks The Great Northern Hotel With The Waterfall

In Twin Peaks, the waterfall was called White Tail Falls, but in reality, the major tourist attraction is Snoqualmie Falls.

Salish Lodge Waterfall

So if you drive on highway 90, you should make a short stop at the 270-feet-high (82 meters) Snoqualmie Falls.

Salish Lodge Entrance

The hotel's library has a cozy setting with the crackling sound of the fireplace and plush armchairs around a coffee table.

Salish Lodge Lounge

The Salish Lodge is one of the most iconic real-life properties of any TV series, and if you want to stay in a hotel where cult movies were shot, read our article on the "9 movie hotels you can actually stay at".

Salish Lodge Dining Room

The Attic Bar is packed with international liquor, but you should try a glass of Washington wine!

Salish Lodge Attic Bar
Salish Lodge Restaurant View

Salish Lodge's restaurant has fantastic views of Snoqualmie Falls.

Salish Lodge Dining Waterfall Panorama

Your room is fitted with custom-built furniture, bright walls, and wooden windows.

Salish Lodge Suite Living Room

Some rooms have their own fireplace and self-standing bathtub overlooking the waterfall.

Salish Lodge River View Guest Room

Spoil yourself with a cool drink and some snacks in the freestanding bathtub while you peek out at the window to see the natural beauty of the Cascade Mountains.

Salish Lodge Suite Bathroom

A rejuvenating massage with the calming sound of Snoqualmie Falls? Why not?!

Salish Lodge Terrace Spa
Salish Lodge Balcony Waterfall View

The award-winning spa at Salish Lodge has a soaking pool, sauna, and steam room.

Salish Lodge Spa Pool

Scenes from the Twin Peaks TV show

Scenes from the Twin Peaks TV show

Twin Peaks - The Great Northern Hotel

In Snoqualmie, you can visit another location from the Twin Peaks serial.

The small police station where Sheriff Truman, FBI agent Dale Cooper and the rest of the investigative team faced many challenges surrounding the mysterious murder of Laura Palmer is located there.

In reality, it's not a police station but part of the Snoqualmie Weyerhaeuser Saw Mill complex.

Special Agent Dale Cooper
6501 Railroad Avenue, Snoqualmie, WA 98065, USA