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Cedarbrook Lodge

18525 36th Ave. S. (S. 184th St.) Send to Phone
SeattleWA 08188
206-901-9268  | RESERVE NOW!
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A swanky Seattle retreat with four on-site dining experiences.

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  • Singles & Doubles $149-$279, Suites $229-$329

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Cedarbrook Lodge Hotel Review

: Situated just five minutes from Sea-Tac International Airport, the Cedarbrook Lodge offers 104 rooms, spacious meeting facilities and a variety of on-site amenities to accommodate both business and leisure travelers. The resort is situated on eighteen acres of restored wetlands, and days here begin with a complimentary Northwest continental breakfast served in picturesque Tamarack Hall. The lodge features three additional in-house dining options. Copperleaf Restaurant and Bar serves farm-to-table local and regional ingredients for lunch and dinner, while the Spruce Living Room and Dogwood Living Room offer complimentary 24-hour refreshments, such as gourmet malted milk balls, and are ideal for informal mingling. The rooms and suites are housed in two buildings and are decorated in “quintessentially Northwestern style.” Deluxe Queens have 276 square feet of space, floor-to-ceiling windows and amenities such as terry-lined bathrobes and 42-inch wall-mounted TVs, while Deluxe Double Queens measure in at 372 square feet and add two queen-size beds. The Studio Suites are much larger and also have Murphy beds and working fireplaces. Guests can enjoy the fitness center, billiards, various lawn games and walking trails throughout the grounds. More than 18,000 square feet of interior event space can accommodate between eight and 300 guests, and includes The Summit, an auditorium outfitted with Dolby-Digital Surround EX.

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