What We Love
- Architecture that evokes the Great Lodges of America’s national parks
- Spectacular mountain and river valley panoramas
- A ton of year-round activities, from tubing to ice-skating
What To Know
- There’s a resort fee of $25 per night, plus tax
- Up to two children under the age of 17 stay free in their parents’ room
- Pets are welcome, but a $75 per night fee applies
- Free WiFi
- Golf Course
- Handicap Accessible
- Kids Club
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
A varied and full-service resort on the sunny eastern slopes of the Cascade Mountains, Suncadia encompasses 6,400 acres, an expansive conference center, four lodging options (from standard hotel rooms at the Inn to luxury vacation home rentals), five restaurants and bars, two golf courses, an extensive spa, and miles of trails for hiking and mountain biking. The architecture throughout references and celebrates the Great Lodges of the West’s national parks, with high timber ceilings, stone fireplaces, and windows galore.
In the Area
The resort lies at the edge of the 4-million acre Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest, a year-round mountain playground laced with hiking and mountain biking trails. But within the resort complex itself, there’s tons to do, including 36 holes of mountain golf, a swim and fitness center, scheduled activities ranging from fly-fishing to sleigh rides, and extensive trails for walking, biking or cross-country skiing. Five minutes away, the Washington State Horse Park offers trail rides and lessons for riders of all ability levels.
How to Get There
Stayed at the Inn. The resort and golf course were excellent. A few small things could be added to the rooms (bottled water, microwave ovens). Only 3 restaurant options were available at the resort. Had dinner at Stovehouse restaurant our first night. Food was overpriced and not worth it. The fish in the Fish and Chips was mush. Ate every other meal at local restaurants in Roslyn or Cle Elum. I recommend the resort, but eat someplace else.
A completely great experience in a beautiful location. However, if you are a vegetarian, you may need to pack your own food! It's unusual these days to have to order a "cheeseburger without the burger" in order for there to be a vegetarian option poolside and there was no vegetarian entrée on room service either.
We thoroughly enjoyed our visit, beautiful views. The staff were incredible, very accommodating. The food was excellent, many amenities. Enjoyed the pool area. We were there only 2 days, but enjoyed the time we were there.