Northwest Resort, Alderbrook Resort and Spa, Celebrates Centennial with Romance Package

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Alderbrook Resort, a Historic Pacific Northwest resort, marks 100 years of getaways with packages & dining to fall in love with.

Alderbrook Resort & Spa

Alderbrook Resort & Spa

We’re looking forward to celebrating this milestone in a big way while providing the backdrop for visitors to create extraordinary memories.

Love is in the air! Available now through the month of February, Alderbrook Resort & Spa, Washington’s premier Pacific Northwest resort located just two hours from Seattle, is offering a special ‘Centennial Bliss’ package to commemorate its 100th year in business and celebrate the countless romantic trips that have taken place on its beautiful grounds. Perfect for Valentine’s Day and beyond, the package starts at $359 a night and includes:

  •          Luxury overnight accommodations
  •          $100 dining credit
  •          $100 spa credit to be used towards a treatment from the special centennial spa menu
  •          Rose petals sprinkled on bed
  •          Bottle of sparkling wine and chocolate covered strawberries

Interested guests can book the ‘Centennial Bliss’ package by calling (360) 898-2145. Also during the month, Alderbrook is partnering with Coppola Winery for a special winemaker’s dinner on Saturday, Feb. 16. The dinner will include a six-course menu by executive chef Lucas Sautter, complete with perfect wine pairings from Coppola; limited space is available and reservations can be made by calling the resort restaurant at (360) 898-5500.

The package and winemaker’s dinner are both part of many centennial activities Alderbrook has planned throughout 2013. What started as a modest tent camp in 1913 is now a premier resort in the Northwest offering luxurious guest rooms, private cottages and guest houses, along with an award-winning spa, restaurant and much more. Alderbrook will celebrate its rich past throughout the year, with each month dedicated to a different aspect of the property’s unique history and heritage. Fun, festive activities, events and other special offerings will illuminate the spirit of Alderbrook and its surrounding communities for individuals, couples and families alike.

“We want to celebrate this milestone with our guests and the community who have made the past 100 years truly outstanding,” said Shaun Tucker, General Manager at Alderbrook. “During 2013 we’ll have everything from guided nature trail tours, to candy making classes, to shoreline expeditions, and we’re looking forward to celebrating this milestone in a big way while providing the backdrop for visitors to create extraordinary memories.”

For more information related to Alderbrook’s 100 year anniversary and special events and activities slated to coincide with it, please visit the resort’s event calendar.

Alderbrook Resort & Spa
7101 E State Highway 106
Union, WA 98592
About Alderbrook Resort & Spa:
Alderbrook Resort & Spa evokes the calming spirit of the Hood Canal. Less than two hours west of Seattle, yet a world away from the everyday, the Resort is nestled on the scenic south shore of Hood Canal and is ideal for a getaway or conference retreat. Featuring 77 luxury guest rooms, 16 private one and two-bedroom cottages and three private guesthouses near the golf course, Alderbrook Resort & Spa’s thoughtfully appointed amenities include premium linens, soaking tubs, a world-class full-service spa, a waterfront pool, and a welcoming stone fireplace and library in the lobby, as well as access to the 54-foot luxury Lady Alderbrook cruise boat, the Hood Canal Marina and a neighboring PGA-class golf course and clubhouse. Named in the “Top 100 Best in the World” hotels and ranking number one of 10 of Resorts in the Pacific Northwest by Condé Nast Traveler in November 2012, “Top 10 Mainland Spas” by Condé Nast Traveler in June 2012 and “Best Resort” in 2012 by Evening Magazine, the Resort also houses The Restaurant at Alderbrook, which specializes in the region’s best local seafood and world-class wines. For more information, please visit

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