Just a few blocks from SeaTac airport, this unlikely oasis boasts a gourmet farm-to-table restaurant, lush outdoor spaces, and a top-notch spa. Communal living rooms in each of the two buildings are stocked with yogurt, chocolate, books on the Italian Renaissance, and two freezer drawers full of ice cream fit for the most gastronomic of gastronomers – all complimentary.
The enormous two-way, stacked-stone fireplace warms both the restaurant and the terrace outside. The fitness room is open 24 hours and has plenty of natural light and views of the lush landscape. Guest rooms are middle-of-the-forest quiet, with luxury linens, oversize soaking tubs, and flat-screen TVs. And a beautiful billiards table waits in the lounge for the gaming type.
All the calm of a retreat center, but the agenda is your own.
The soaps and shampoos in the bathrooms come in biodegradable packaging – fitting for a hotel surrounded by cedars and restored wetlands.
At Copperleaf Restaurant, you’ll find Painted Hills Natural Beef, Snake River Farms pork, organic local produce, and fair-trade chocolate. Executive Chef Mark Bodinet trained at the French Laundry, and grows greens in the on-site garden.
The bar serves culinary cocktails, a healthy selection of Northwest wines, and some of the area’s best microbrews.
You're already at one of the most relaxing hotels around, but don't miss The Spa at Cedarbrook, dedicated to plant-based treatments and offering soaking tubs, rainwater rooms, and a fireside relaxation room with Mighty Leaf Tea on tap.