McMenamins Anderson School

20 minutes from downtown Seattle

Opening October 15, 2015

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Now accepting Hotel Reservations!

Built in 1931 as Bothell Junior High and later named after the school's first principle Wilbert A. "Andy" Anderson, the art-deco style Anderson School and its surrounding buildings will soon be transformed.  McMenamins is renovating the property to include 72 hotel guest rooms with private baths, restaurants and small bars, on-site brewery, a first-run movie theater and an updated swimming pool and meeting and event spaces.

Outdoors, plans include: courtyards with fire pits, a space for live music, gardens and additional community green space connected to nearby Horse Creek.

Built in 1931 as a junior high, the main W.A. Anderson School building is three stories high in art-deco style, designed by Seattle architect Earl Morrison. In 1941, additional classrooms were constructed. In 1959, three ancillary buildings were constructed.

The property is 5.41 acres and three blocks north of the intersection of Routes 527 and 522 and approximately 13 miles north of Seattle, Washington.

Applications for positions are not being accepted at this time. Check back in Spring 2015 for more information.


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