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Cedarbrook Lodge, less than 5 minutes by car from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, is one of the most distinctive hotel choices in the greater Seattle area. Cedarbrook’s premier location makes it a transportation hub and the lodge shuttle service will deliver you to and from SeaTac’s airport, the nearby Amtrak station and/or the Seattle Link light rail. Each is a quick trip. And it’s free!


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General Driving Directions to Cedarbrook Lodge

From Sea-Tac International Airport (Northeast) – less than 1 mile; 5 minutes

  • Proceed from parking garage or airport terminal to International Boulevard (also known as Pacific Highway South and Washington Highway 99).
  • Turn right (south) on International Boulevard.
  • Proceed less than 1/2 mile to South 188th Street and turn left.
  • Travel less than 1/4 mile; then turn left onto 36th Avenue South.
  • Proceed straight ahead into Cedarbrook.
  • Sea-Tac International Airport is served by most major airlines. Rental cars are available at the airport.

From I-5 North or South

  • Travel I-5 to Exit 152, South 188th Street.
  • Merge onto South 188th Street and proceed 3/4 mile.
  • Turn right onto 36th Avenue South.
  • Proceed straight ahead into Cedarbrook.

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When you arrive, anticipate:

  • Overnight Guest Parking – Self $20; Valet $23
  • Meeting/Event Guest Parking – Self $6; Valet $8
  • Partnering with ECOtality and the EV Project, Cedarbrook boasts on-property Electric Car Charging Stations. The EV Project, in concert with ECOtality, is the largest deployment of electric vehicles and charge infrastructure in history.