Top 10 Washington State Spa Resorts : Quinault Beach Resort and Casino
You have your cards and your chips, your bathing suit and boat rental, golf club and fishing pole, hiking boots and Jacuzzi suite. What more could you possibly need for the ideal Washington State destination vacation? Oh yes, we remember – a full-service spa!
At Quinault Beach Resort and Casino, the word “bored” is eliminated from your vocabulary. Quinault Casino has Texas Hold ’Em, blackjack tournaments, Vegas-style slots and more. The Olympic National Park and Washington State Park are nearby for further exploration. And don’t forget the beach in Quinault’s back-yard! Splash in the tide, bicycle on the sand or venture out on the water by canoe or fishing boat!
It’s no wonder Ocean Shores Spa is on site at Quinault. You’ll be beaming after the Luminous Spa Package which includes an aromatherapy scalp massage, full body sea salt glow, full body butter massage and aromatherapy facial massage. For local flavor, close your eyes and breathe deeply. The Cedar Fusion Massage uses cedar essential oil to invigorate you through smell and touch. If you’re looking for something more practical, the Back Release Massage focuses on the back and shoulder tension that interrupts your day.
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Don’t neglect one of the most worked parts of your body. Ocean Shores Spa’s Aromatherapy Sole Paraffin Glow gives your feet a sugar scrub for exfoliation, hydrates the skin with a cucumber moisturizer and ends with an aromatherapy-infused paraffin shell that will leave your feet silky smooth.
Quinault Beach Resort and Casino has got your Washington nightlife scene covered. The Ocean Lounge has live entertainment every Friday and Saturday for your musical ear enjoyment!
From Seattle, go south on I-5 to Olympia. At Olympia, take Exit 104 (Aberdeen, Ocean Beaches) for Hwy. 101. Stay on the main highway. It will turn into Hwy. 8 West and then at Elma it changes to Hwy. 12 West. When you reach Aberdeen, follow signs to Hwy. 101 North to Hoquiam and Ocean Beaches. Be in the left lane as you cross the Hoquiam Bridge. It will curve to the right and then at the second traffic light, turn left onto Hwy. 109 (Ocean Shores and Beaches). Travel another 18 miles and then turn left onto Hwy. 115. Quinault Resort and Casino will be on the right hand side.