Located in the historical community of Anacortes, WA near the San Juan Islands, the beautifully restored Majestic Inn and Spa is a unique boutique hotel with 52 guest rooms, award-winning Apothecary Spa, roof top lounge, and full-service farm to table bistro.Plan your next couple’s retreat or girlfriend getaway to unwind in Pacific Northwest sophistication.


The well-appointed guest rooms and suites are spaciously welcoming and styled in modern decor. Every room provides partial or full views of the Guemes Channel, the San Juan Islands, Mt. Baker, Historic Downtown Anacortes, Fidalgo Bay, and the Cap Sante Marina.

Along with thoughtful amenities such as complimentary fresh-ground, local and organic Moka Joe coffee, regional wines, and luxe linens, you will find each room styled to make your stay enjoyable.

Conveniently located on Commercial Ave in the heart of Anacortes, the main hub before the San Juan Islands, it’s a great location to enjoy breathtaking views, local attractions and recreation.

Stroll down to enjoy breakfast onsite at 5th St Bistro, which serves traditional flavors of french toast, bagel and lox, or crab cake benedict. After breakfast venture out along Friday Harbor to explore the quaint shops.


There is plenty to see and do within walking distance. Stroll down to Friday Harbor and enjoy the quaint boutiques, antiques and eclectic shops, or dine in one of the restaurants and cafes.

Friday Harbor

  • Shop the quaint boutique, antique and eclectic shops
  • Dine in one of the many specialty restaurants and bistros


Island Adventures

Island Adventures was one of the first and only companies to guarantee whale sightings on every tour—but it’s their team of highly qualified crew that will make your trip unforgettable! They boast over 100 years of combined experience in the islands and have over 6000 wildlife tours conducted for over 222,000 satisfied customers. This area provides one of the best wildlife watching opportunities in the world, offering calm waters and a chance to see three pods of resident Orca whales, Humpback whales, Minke whales, and Gray whales. If you are visiting, don’t let this opportunity pass you by!

Anacortes Kayak Tours

Anacortes Kayak Tours offers several choices of sea kayaking adventures to choose from. With both families, and seasoned travelers in mind, we have created a variety of sea kayak tours to match your needs, budget, and available time


The Anacortes Spring Wine Festival hosts 30 different wineries with red, white and blush wines from across Washington state.and an assortment of food pairings for an unforgettable event.

Local live music and arts scene, along with shopping and blooming Skagit Valley tulip fields is the perfect location to host a girls weekend, or romantic weekend getaway.


For a memorable trip, another great option is to plan a day exploring the local museums. There is a nice variety of museums for the whole family. From education, tracking genealogies and historical research of the Anacortes community, to art, there is a lot to see. Many of the museums admissions are free and welcoming to visitors of all ages.

WT Preston Museum & Museum of Northwest Art

Explore the history of the area and step aboard the W.T. Preston steamboat or the Museum of Northwest Art, both sure to entertain.

The Children's Museum of Skagit County

The Children’s Museum offers various educational programs for children and their families. Camps and classes are offered throughout the year. For more information, visit:


Lopez Island

Lopez Island is the first stop on the Washington State Ferry from Anacortes, is bicyclist's paradise and a beach combers dream.

Orcas Island

Orcas Island is the largest of the San Juan Islands featuring the tallest point, Mount Constitution.

Deception Pass Park

Deception Pass is Washington’s most-visited state park with mysterious coves, rugged cliffs, jaw-dropping sunsets and a stomach-dropping, high bridge making this park a go-to for locals and international travelers alike. Families enjoy fishing and swimming in Cranberry Lake. Beachcombers look for shells along miles of Puget Sound beachfront. Hikers trek through forest and out along banks and bluffs, while birdwatchers fill their field guides with notes. You may also spot a whale or a family of seals as you gaze on the wild waters that once challenged early explorers.

Washington Park

Washington Park sits on a peninsula at the west end of Fidalgo Island, which is a scenic 2.2-mile loop road winding through the park’s forested hills and meadows with views of the San Juan Islands and Olympic Mountains. Visit:

Mt Erie

Experience breathtaking views of Mount Erie, the highest point on Fidalgo Island and Mount Baker, which lies about 43 miles to the northeast, is can be viewed from Mount Erie. Enjoy picturesque views of Mount Rainier on clear days located southeast approximately 117 miles distant. Visit:

Cap Sante Park

Enjoy a beautiful views of Anacortes and San Juan Islands from the top of Cap Sante. Located just a short walk from the Majestic Inn and Spa, this spot is perfect for watching the sunset.


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