Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Union, Washington
Embracing a Pacific Northwest panache and all the full-service amenities needed for a memorable getaway, the timbered Alderbrook Resort & Spa has a longstanding reputation as one of the region's top resorts, and has been welcoming guests for nearly a century. Located in Washington along the shores of Hood Canal, this historic hideaway boasts a plethora of awards and accolades from the travel industry's top sources. With less than 100 rooms - including cottages equipped with kitchens, living areas and enchanting fireplaces - guests enjoy lodge-like amenities beneath a grove of towering pines that encapsulates this wondrous retreat.
The resort's fine restaurant gazes across the water and its menu celebrates the flavors of the Pacific Northwest. Fresh seafood is pulled from the nearby waters of Pugent Sound and Hood Canal, while Sauvignon Blanc grapes are harvested and crushed from local vineyards and transformed into flavorful wine. The blissful spa is a tranquil space offering a menu of decadent treatments, including massage therapy administered in the great outdoors beneath soaring cedar and evergreens. There is a glass-enclosed pool heated to just the right temperature, a public library, and a lobby lounge replete with roaring fireplace. You can choose to practice your game at the adjacent 18-hole PGA golf course, as well. Groomed nature trails, shared with an abundance of wildlife, traverse the terrain and are ideal for hiking. The resort offers the highest level of hospitality, making each guest feel at home. Discover the good life at Alderbrook Resort & Spa.
Location of Alderbrook Resort & Spa
Nearest Airport: SEA
Amenities for Alderbrook Resort & Spa
- General Information
- 91 Guest Rooms
- Ecologically Sustainable Practices
- Bar & Lounge
- On-Site Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Indoor Heated Pool
- Complimentary Self-Parking
- Valet Parking
- Tennis Courts
- Personal Trainers
- Driving Range
- Outdoor Spa Treatments
- 18-Hole Golf Course
- In-Room Amenities
- Direct Dial Telephones
- DVD Players
- Satellite Television
- Luxury Linens
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Services
- Art Galleries
- Antique Shopping
- Active & Adventure
- Summer Getaways
Reviews for Alderbrook Resort & Spa
The view can not be beat! It is the main draw. Our travel club tries to go there for happy hour twice a year. The happy hour and lounge menu is great. I prefer it to the lunch menu. Can be a bit spendy when you get your final bill but after all you need to pay for that view!
Katied00 - Shelton, Washington
I stayed here over the Christmas holiday in a corner room facing the water. The view was amazing when the clouds cleared and the Olympics came out! I also loved the access to the little trail network across the street, which was great for a couple of hours of quiet wandering. Lots of legitimate day hiking and backpacking options nearby in Olympic National Park. My room was large, the bathroom well-appointed, and the shower *awesome.* Bed was fantastic. Loved the window seat! My only quibble about the room (paid extra for corner room above the water) was that it was also directly above the lounge and the large community area around the fire pit. A quiet room this was not. People who had been drinking in the lounge all night came outside to be loud near the fire pit. And this was in December. I imagine you wouldn't get much sleep in this room in the spring, summer, and fall. The spa was wonderful; the relaxing room featured blankets and hot tea and magazines. The gym was very small, but the equipment was well-maintained (two treadmills, one bike, one elliptical machine).
Jen335 - San Francisco, California
We were married at Alderbrook last year and spent our honeymoon there this year. We felt like we were coming back home because of the staff and personal note in our room. Carrie and John both remembered us from a year ago and gave us a warm welcome. All the staff were very nice and helpful. Dinner and breakfast were delicious. The had many fantastic options for us to try and it was difficult deciding. The atmosphere is relaxing and the water and mountain view from our room was beautiful. We will go back again next year. Thank you Alderbrook for making us feel so special and welcome.
I stayed at Alderbrook Resort and Spa for a Debbie Macomber Reader's Retreat (it was held there). The Resort is amazing. My room was huge, comfortable, inviting and had amazing views of the Hood Canal. I enjoyed sitting in my window seat with a warm cup of cocoa, coffee or tea from my rooms Keurig to read a book or just enjoy the view. I loved the resort cats Alder and Brook. The resort had several workshops for retreat goers that had been co-planned by them and by Debbie and her family; painting with a renowned local artist, mushroom foraging on the many trails w/ one of the executive chefs, oyster harvesting with an executive chef, beading a bracelet or necklace with a local jeweler, creating cards with local craft experts, a cruise through the Hood Canal, making glass mosaic creations with a glass fusion expert, hand loom weaving, and a whisky workshop. The retreat was catered and the food was delicious. I loved my time at Alderbrook. It couldn't have gone better. I look forward to returning their for future retreats and holidays.
GnaustalgicTravelers - Lincoln City, Oregon
Alderbrook is one of our go to Seattle getaways during the busy holiday season. It combines the right amount of weather (often some snow on the ground), holiday spirit (Christmas lights, Santa, local school gingerbread competitions) and relaxation (large glass enclosed indoor pool with awesome hot tub, great restaurant, updated hotel and cabin details). We enjoy the stand alone cabins when available (try to get the ones on the water) with full kitchens and separate bedrooms for the kids. Itâ€™s a quick hop from Seattle with a great one hour ferry to Bremerton and a scenic one hour drive along the southern part of Hood Canal.
steve_carter1 - Seattle, Washington