Let the Journey to your Soul Begin
All are welcome at Salishan, our luxury destination resort, newly evolved to fulfill your destiny of a pure Oregon Coast escape. Our woodsy lodge, secluded between Siletz Bay and Pacific Ocean views, captures the pioneering spirit and rugged style of the Pacific Northwest. Born from a love of this unspoiled landscape, Salishan invites you to recalibrate among high-touch hospitality, holistic wellness, coast-to-table dining, and empowering eco-adventures infused with nature.
Whether you’re here for a destination wedding or a team-building retreat, for exhilaration or relaxation, for a little "me time" or "we time," our friendly staff shares their passion for the finer things in life with a deep respect for our planet.
2018 Conde Nast Readers' Choice Awards Top 5 Resort in the Pacific Northwest.
Services & Amenities at Salishan
- Peter Jacobsen designed 18-Hole Golf Course
- Luxury Spa
- Aerial Park
- Fitness Center
- Swimming Pool and Whirlpool Hot Tub
- Pet-Friendly and ADA/Accessible Rooms
- Complimentary Wi-Fi
- Year-Round Tennis Center
- Hotel Rooms With Private Balconies & Fireplaces
- 4 On-Site Restaurants and Wine Cellar
- On-Site Recreation Center
- Flexible Meeting and Event Space
- Flat Screen TVs with Cable
- Beautiful Views of Siletz Bay
- Tesla Destination EV Chargers
Finders Keepers Lincoln City
Track Down Treasures From Siletz Bay to Roads End
One of the signature highlights of fall in Oregon near our Gleneden Beach resort, Finders Keepers is a beloved local tradition. Founded by artists in 1997 as an homage to the washed-up glass objects used by fishing crews to ballast their nets, the Finders Keepers project features nearly 3,000 blown glass spheres intentionally scattered around the seven miles of public beaches of Lincoln City. As the name can tell you, any floats found are all yours, and other special objects are included in the drops as well.
Join Lincoln City locals and Oregon visitors in your search for a dreamy fall getaway as well as keepsakes for your return home. This time of year is marked by fiery fall foliage, and a chance to enjoy the splendor of the nearby trails at their finest. With our on-site fire pits perfect for roasting smores and cozying up, not to mention our proximity to the cast-off spheres on the shoreline, an ideal autumn day is yours for the taking.
My boyfriend and I recently stayed here on a whim during a trip to the Oregon coast and absolutely loved it. The architecture is gorgeous and the grounds are pleasant and relaxing. Would definitely recommend!Emily T. (TripAdvisor)
Our first trip to the Oregon Coast was fabulous! Love the Salishan Resort! The staff was gracious and kind. Great golfing, tennis, hiking, whale and seal watching. The scenery on the coast and beaches were beautiful (better than California and Cabo). The food was excellent and comes from local farms in Oregon. A must try vacation! A great break from the Texas heat, we will be returning every year.Cheryl B. (TripAdvisor)
Great first experience here! The pool and hot tub are huge and the staff at the bar was excellent. Another perk was across the street there is a private beach access for Salishan members which was great to get away from crowded beaches. Can not wait to come back in the summer to check out the beautiful golf course.Zakk K. (TripAdvisor)
We had a great day at the Arial Park at the lodge. Dillion, Chad, and Christian were our guides and they were a lot of fun. A perfect day adventure for our mother daughter weekendChad And Kelly M. (TripAdvisor)
Salishan has recently changed ownership and the new management has made exciting changes and breathed new life into the resort... This is a wonderful destination resort for people looking for a peaceful retreat and a classic Pacific Northwest experience. At the same time, there is enough action going on that it’s a great resort for families.Leah Deangelis (The Modern Travelers)
The Spa at Salishan was easily one of the most beautiful spas I’ve been to…The massage was epic, but so was just wandering around the spa and admiring its beauty.Ariel Lynn (aeriallynn.com)