These directions will get you to Salish Lodge from SeaTac International Airport.

From the terminal, follow the road from Arrivals and get onto I-405 North heading toward Bellevue. Stay on I-405 for about 10 miles, then take Exit #11 for I-90 East toward Spokane. Take I-90 to Exit #25, Highway 518/Snoqualmie Parkway (about 16 miles from Bellevue). Turn left (north) off the exit and follow Highway-18/Snoqualmie Parkway 3.5 miles through the residential development, Snoqualmie Ridge, until it comes to an end at the traffic light on Railroad Avenue SE. Turn left and proceed 1/4 mile. Salish Lodge & Spa will be on your left.

Once you arrive, you have several options for parking. Valet is available, but due to limited spots can only be guaranteed to overnight guests. If you're not spending the night at The Lodge and there is no availability, the valet team will direct you to the next best option. If you have mobility issues, feel free to drop off and pick up in the valet circle.

If valet is full, you will likely be directed to the open parking lot across the street from Salish Lodge. Once you park, take the pedestrian bridge over Railroad Avenue. We recommend arriving early, just to make sure you get a spot - this lot is also the designated parking for Snoqualmie Falls Park guests.

If both valet and the park lot are full, there is a small paid, attended parking lot on the Salish side of the road, directly connected to the Snoqualmie Falls Park. There is also an overflow lot available a half-mile away on Snoqualmie Parkway, about an 8-minute walk. This is another good reason to arrive early - we don't want you to miss a thing, if for some reason you have to park here!



Please wear whatever makes you feel comfortable, in any color you like. The ceremony will be held outside on a paved terrace, and though we'll be shaded by a canopy, you may want to be mindful of the temperature. The current forecast suggests it will be a beautiful, sunny day in the mid-seventies (Fahrenheit). After that, we'll move indoors for drinks and dinner. Be aware that the air conditioning can feel a bit chilly, so it might be advisable to bring a jacket or shawl.

If you're looking for more guidelines, let us be the first to coin the term "Seattle semi formal," which any of you who have spent a significant amount of time here are likely to understand well. We Seattle-ites don't mind dressing up, but we like to keep things easy, comfortable, and more towards the casual end of the semi-formal attire spectrum.



Just bring yourselves, an extra layer if you're likely to get cold in an air conditioned room, and a little bit of cash - we're hosting wine and beer through dinner, then it'll be a cash bar for the last few hours of the evening.