Willows Lodge Review – A Laid-back And Rustic Oasis With An Authentic Northwest Style

October 7, 2014 by

With its stunning magical gardens, luxurious accommodations, and surreal Northwest ambiance, you will surely feel revived and pampered at the paradisiacal Willows Lodge. Known for its unrivaled grace and idyllic charm, the Willows Lodge has a sense of calmness as well as a unique aura of opulence, welcome and comfort. Set right in the heart of a beautiful wine country in Western Washington, the Willows Lodge is a scenic and cozy haven where the air is fresher, colors seem a bit richer, and everything simply tastes better.  Inviting, soothing and warm, this picturesque lodge offers a one-of-a-kind luxury tailored for exhausted city dwellers and epicurean guests who are looking for a relaxing countryside respite.

A charming nostalgic setting

Willows Lodge Review

The Willows Lodge is truly a breath of fresh air in the state’s burgeoning hotel industry. Hemmed by Woodinville’s Sammamish River, this bucolic lodge not only has an idyllic romantic location, but it boasts a laid-back old-world feel as well. Unlike most boutique hotels with sleek and contemporary designs, the Willows Lodge is made up of rustic timbers that are salvaged from a historic 19th century warehouse, making it a quiet and elegant wooden retreat. What’s more, the lodge has a collection of lush tranquil gardens coupled with astounding water features. On top of it all, it has a stylish and spacious lobby with remarkable indoor features, including a massive stone fireplace as well as eye-catching modern Native American sculptures and prints.

Snug palatial rooms

Combining high-tech modern conveniences with rustic splendor, the Willows Lodge has over 80 suites and rooms that epitomize the heritage of the lodges in the Northwest. As a guest in this quaint lodge, you get to relax your jaded soul in an elegant room with a sizable soaking tub, stone gas-lighted fireplace, and an oversized bed with European-style duvets and luxurious mattress wool pads made from Australian lambs. Not to mention, each room has its own private balcony or patio, where you can catch a glimpse of Mt. Rainier’s imperial beauty. Of course, the lodge’s rooms are filled with amazing deluxe amenities, including state-of-the-art stereo systems, designer toiletries, cutting-edge HDTVs, and a whole lot more.

Room options

Nice – 313 USD to 320 USD

Wide its added luxuries and spacious king-size bed, the lodge’s Nice Room could provide you a beautiful retreat away from the hustle bustle city life.

Nicer – 347.32 USD to 520 USD

The lodge’s Nicer Rooms are designed to those who are traveling with the entire family or a bunch of friends, thanks to its cavernous space and sizable beds.

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Nicest – 382 USD to 670 USD

With an impressive space of 500 square feet and a spacious king-size bed, booking a Nicest Room could be very well your best option in this gorgeous high-end resort.

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A range of leisurely activities

Willows Lodge Review

From sightseeing to indulging spa treatments, there is no shortage of things to do in this delicate homely resort.  For foodies who wish to gormandize on tasty Pacific Northwestern culinary staples, you may tickle your stomach and taste buds with the hearty chicken hash, truffle cheese and macaroni, and mouthwatering roasted sea scallops of the Barking Frog, the on-site restaurant of Willows Lodge. If you are an adventurous soul with a knack for exploring and sightseeing, the lodge is indeed a great base to do some bicycling and walking. Likewise, it is ideal for exploring the Northwest’s scenic beauty.

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Willows Lodge Review

Address: 14580 NE 145th Street, Woodinville, Washington, USA

Price per Night: 266 USD to 670 USD per night

Book your reservations here: Willows Lodge

Photo attribution: The hotel photos are from http://www.willowslodge.com/