Nestled on 18 acres of naturally restored wetlands, Cedarbrook Lodge is perfect for a discreet hideaway. The lodge is conveniently located mere minutes away from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, as well as a number of museums, art galleries, restaurants, breweries, wineries and other local attractions.
For you leisure-minded types, the lodge offers a variety of activities from walking trails and lawn games to fly fishing and indoor billiards. Between activities, guests can enjoy a fresh farm-to-table cuisine for lunch or dinner at the Copperleaf Restaurant. Specialty afternoon and evening cocktails and microbrews can be sipped at the Copperleaf Bar.
What really sets the Cedarbrook Lodge apart from other Seattle hotels is the visual impression it makes on arriving guests. In their initial construction of the lodge, the architects and designers from GGLO Seattle, labored to create a series of aesthetically-striking facades and interiors, while also preserving and revitalizing the wetlands that lay below the foundation. The result is a collection of structures, paved walkways, ponds and gardens that beautifully complement the property’s lush surroundings.
Much like the veneer, Cedarbrook’s interior features an assemblage of materials — such as wooden beams, exposed structures and earth-toned color palettes — that creates a soothingly organic ambiance. Filled with original artwork and modern-classic design, each suite highlights an impeccable balance of nature and innovation, as well. Guests are provided with with custom bedding wrapped in luxury linens, Green Natüra bath products and terry-lined bathrobes. Floor-to-ceiling windows showcase views of flourishing cedars and — often — wildlife that frequents the marshy area.
Cedarbrook Lodge | 18525 36th Ave S, Seattle | (206) 901-9268