October 11, 2011
While we’re taking a little break, this is a reprint of one of our favorite blog posts from prior years of Northwest Notes. Enjoy!
Last month, we had the honor of staying at the new Tulalip Resort Casino in the Tulalip Suite, the resort’s largest room (actually, a series of rooms!) on the top (12th) floor with views of the Cascade Mountains. Here’s a view through the living room.
And here’s a view of the dining room and bar area with a complete kitchen (hidden) off to the right.
Here’s a shot of the bedroom.
And here the massive bathroom with a 12-by-12-foot shower with dual shower heads!
While the room was massive in scope, it was thoughtful in attention to small details, such as the tasteful Indian artwork and plantings that were interspersed throughout the 2,500-square-foot suite.
In an upcoming post we’ll review two of the dining options at Tulalip Resort Casino, starting with appetizers at seafood-centric Blackfish and moving next door to the white-tablecloth restaurant, Tulalip Bay.