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• A One-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Children in a One-Bedroom Resort View King Suite, Sundays through Fridays, with $50 Resort Credit ($199)
• Or, a Two-Night Stay for Two Adults and Two Children in a One-Bedroom Resort View King Suite, Any Days of the Week, with $100 Resort Credit ($398)
• Combine Vouchers to Stay for Up to Four Nights
There's a good reason solar developers chose Kittitas County, Washington, to construct what may be the largest solar farm in the country. And yes, 300 days of sunshine a year had a lot to do with it. If you feel like the nice weather in the Northwest skipped out to the Bermuda Triangle, take a closer look at Cle Elum, just 90 minutes east of Seattle. Bordered by the four-million-acre Okanogan-Wenatchee National Forest and Cle Elum Lake, the area provides visitors with plenty of opportunity to get out and soak up the sun.
AAA Four Diamond Suncadia Resort in Cle Elum has been designed with clean lines inspired by nature. Each one-bedroom suite includes a full kitchen with stainless steel European-style appliances, a washer/dryer, a deep soaking tub, a private balcony, and a flagstone gas fireplace—plus a full-size sofa bed and a separate bedroom with a king-size bed. An on-site winery and numerous restaurants serve locally sourced cuisine in a variety of atmospheres, from casual to upscale.
When you're ready to get out, Cle Elum offers a never-ending loop of outdoor activities, from hiking and biking to boating and fly-fishing. Rent a bike to tackle the scenic trails or hit the links on one of the resort's two picturesque golf courses: Prospector and Rope Rider. When you need to unwind, look no further than Glade Spring Spa, where a turn in the Vichy showers helps wash away stress.
PAID VALUE EXPIRES ON July 31, 2021
PROMOTIONAL VALUE EXPIRES ON May 30, 2013