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As one of the top entertainment destinations in the Pacific Northwest, the Tulalip Resort & Casino offers many attractions to the discriminating visitor. Tulalip has world-class gaming, Vegas style shows, rejuvenating spa treatments, fine dining, designer shopping and, as I recently discovered, as spacious and stylishly decorated luxury guest suites as you will find anywhere.
Inspired by the surrounding Washington mountains, the newly renovated Cascade suite offers 1,000 square feet of contemporary craftsman interiors reminiscent of Frank Lloyd Wright’s architecture. Guests are enveloped by rich walnut walls and flooring which surround a monolithic double-sided fireplace faced in quarried stone.
After a long day of travel, you will want to clean up and relax and the bathroom, provides you with a choice of a large soaker tub for two accented by more walnut trim on the ceiling and walls or a spacious shower with three adjustable body sprays plus the largest rain shower head available. A luxury stone vanity with floating electric mirrors and the finest imported floor tile complete the picture.
In the living room you will find a 65” curved OLED HD television and digital art that comes alive on the walls. Combined with the floor to ceiling windows that provide an unobstructed view of the Cascade Mountains, the fiber-optic ‘starlight’ ceiling will make you forget that you are even indoors.
Even the standard guest rooms have undergone a makeover. They now feature unique Native American décor elements, including images of eagles, orcas and salmons on a palette of black and crimson red. The deluxe King rooms measure 500 square feet and are equipped with spa-like glass enclosure showers with three adjustable body sprays and twin sinks with makeup vanities. The Native American artwork featured in all guest rooms as well as on room doors and hallway carpets celebrates the rich culture of the Tulalip tribes that have lived in the surrounding areas for hundreds of years.
Whether you stay in a luxury suite or a standard room, the Tulalip Resort and Casino offers elegance and entertainment. But don’t take my word for it. For your next indulgence, visit the resort yourself and experience firsthand the impeccable accommodations, the first rate service, the award-winning dining options ranging from local pacific seafood to classic American cuisine and the best gaming entertainment found in the Pacific Northwest.
Photos: Courtesy of Tulalip Resort Casino
10200 Quil Ceda Blvd., Tulalip, WA
Driving: South on I-5, Exit 202. Approximately 2 hours from Vancouver.