The Great Northern Hotel
|The Great Northern Hotel|
|Created by||David Lynch, Mark Frost|
|Notable locations||Twin Peaks|
The Great Northern Hotel is a fictional setting featured in the television series Twin Peaks. It is where much of the series takes place. The lead character, FBI Agent Dale Cooper, is a resident of the hotel for the length of the series. The exterior of The Great Northern Hotel is the Snoqualmie Falls Lodge in Snoqualmie, WA. (In 1988, the building was completely remodeled and reopened as the Salish Lodge.) The lodge that inspired The Great Northern Hotel is the Kiana Lodge in Poulsbo, Washington. The Kiana Lodge was built in the late 1920s and is furnished with alder bentwood pieces dating from that era.
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