08 Mar Top 6 Most Luxurious Resorts On The West Coast
Looking for a luxury resort on the coast? We have 6 of the top luxury resorts to visit.
1. Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum, Washington
If you are looking for some of the best of what Washington state has to offer, Suncadia Resort should be your first stop. Nestled in the mountains, Suncadia is a perfect stay for any time of year — more than forty miles of hiking trails if the weather is ideal, and a relaxing massage or mineral bath if it is not. Whether it be the nightly s’mores at the fire pit or golfing along historical mine shafts, Suncadia offers endless ways to relax and enjoy your time away. A huge plus: Suncadia is offering flexible cancellations in response to COVID-19, so that your reservation-making is even easier.
2. Headlands Lodge in Pacific City, Oregon
The ultimate Northwestern getaway, Headlands Lodge offers an escape to ocean cliffs and sand dunes. If you are a beach or yoga lover, you might find that their private yoga classes, bike rides along the beach, and spa with large windows facing an ocean view sound like the definition of serenity. For a fun adventure, Headlands also offers classes on mixology and the art of seafood butchery, so that you can learn how to make your favorite West Coast drinks and dishes while soaking up the coastline.
3. Cal-a-Vie Health Spa and Resort in Vista, California
Situated on more than 500 acres in a picturesque valley, Cal-a-Vie’s French-inspired decor and natural landscapes are sure to inspire a perfect recharge. This resort focuses on personal wellness, so mindful eating, a break from personal technology, and meditation are all a part of their philosophy. Five starred guest reviews boast Cal-a-Vie as a paradise.
4. Hallmark Resort in Cannon Beach, Oregon
A resort built along Oregon’s Cannon Beach, Hallmark offers oceanfront and ocean view rooms for a plethora of romantic photo opportunities. If waking up to an Northwestern coastline and in-room spa tub is not enough, Hallmark also offers massage and hydrotherapy in their premium “Elements by the Sea” spa.
5. The Ritz-Carlton in Lake Tahoe, California
One of the most popular spots on the West Coast is Lake Tahoe, and this location of the Ritz-Carlton is the ideal spot for luxury outdoor adventures. During the winter, you can enjoy ski-in and ski-out access for snow activities, and during the summer, the lake offers opportunities for luxury boat rentals and parasailing. Rooms and suites feature cozy gas fireplaces and tall windows overlooking mountain views.
6. Rosario Resort and Spa in Eastsound, Washington
Listed on the National Historic Register, this resort on Orcas Island offers striking harbor views and a rich history. Opportunities for whale watching and wildlife cruises will excite any nature-lovers, while the Moran Mansion Museum will keep history buffs and antique enthusiasts interested for hours. Both romantic and informative, Rosario Resort would be a perfect spot for a couples retreat – the design and curation of the space is soft and intentional.