Surrounded by mountains and meadows, Sleeping Lady Mountain Resort is a year-round woodland retreat with outstanding locally-sourced dining, a spa with native botanical treatments, a year-round hot pool and an art walk through the grounds (look for local hero Dale Chihuly's striking glass "icicle" installation, inspired by Icicle Creek).
Big windows in the cedar-beamed guestrooms let in natural Northwest light and forest views. The look is rustic-luxe, with hand-hewn log beds covered in fluffy down comforters. There's a library for a cozy read, a 24-hour fitness room and a sauna for post-workout relaxation, and a Play Room with billiards, table tennis and a stage for impromptu plays.
Start your day in the mountains with the resort's morning yoga classes, every Saturday at 10 am.
The menu at Kingfisher Restaurant & Wine Bar features locally-sourced ingredients (some from the resort's organic garden) and a wine list offering wines from nearby vineyards.
The Grotto serves wine, beer and spirits from local distilleries, indoors or on a terrace. In addition to café delights for both breakfast and lunch, O’Grady’s Pantry offers espresso drinks and pastries.
Enjoy complimentary hot beverages or a refreshing iced tea (Grounds for Change coffee and Choice Organic Tea) served in the lobby during mealtime.
Enjoy a body scrub made from native botanicals or a massage in pine-wood lined treatment rooms at Aspen Leaf Spa.