About Lodging Rooms Lodging Packages Parking & Policies Downtown Bothell Frequent Guest Program Plan Your Trip Restaurants & Bars Things To Do Music & Events Movies North Shore Lagoon Swimming Pool Brewery Discover Art History Gardens Community RoomPlan An EventJoin Our TeamShop Property Map On the outskirts of Seattle, we invite you to view school through a new lens. We revitalized Bothell’s first junior high with pure fun in mind; for dining, moviegoing, live music, swimming, games, shopping, private events, meetings, tastings and all-around enjoyment for visitors of all ages. No hall pass is needed to explore our multifaceted grounds. Have a handcrafted beverage in the hallway. Order drinks in the Principal’s Office, play pinball in The Woodshop, and forgo the lunch line for casual, sophisticated dining at The Tavern on the Square, surrounded by lush courtyard space in place of concrete. Escape the everyday at the North Shore Lagoon; swimming and South Seas rum drinks await. We invite you to explore the reimagined space around you—all 5.41 acres! Throughout it all, note the one-of-a-kind artwork, which local artists created based on historical photos and interviews from alumni, families and colorful residents. To create new memories in our space, we host special all-ages events, such as assorted holiday gatherings and live music. Built in 1931 as the first junior high in Bothell, and later named after the school's first Principal, Wilbert A. "Andy" Anderson, the art-deco style Anderson School and surrounding buildings are three blocks north of the intersection of Routes 527 and 522—approximately 13 miles north of Seattle, adjacent to the Pop Keeney Stadium. McMenamins Anderson School welcomes one and all to explore our reimagined school, in session daily. Rooms Lodging Packages Parking & Policies Downtown Bothell Frequent Guest Program Plan Your Trip Check-in is at 3 p.m.; check-out is at 11 a.m. Double Queen Rooms King Rooms Check-in is at 3 p.m.; check-out is at 11 a.m. Questions? Call (425) 398-0122 8a.m.- 4p.m, Monday-Friday, to speak to a representative or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org Add a Little Romance? Beer 101 Overnight Package Hammerhead Package New Year's Eve Package Parking & Policies Parking: The Anderson School has limited complimentary parking. If our lot is full, hotel guests and patrons are welcome to park at the Pop Keeney Stadium located west of our parking lot. (Entrance to this over flow parking lot is off NE 188th St.) Hotel Guests - There are 15 minute zones to unload/load your luggage and check into the hotel on the south east and north east side of the historical school building. Property Map Policies: Room and package rates are the same for single or double occupancy. A credit card for authorization purposes and ID are required at check-in. Debit cards are accepted, however McMenamins is not responsible for overdrafts caused by holds on your account. Add $15 per person after double occupancy. Children age six and under stay free. For ADA rooms, please contact the hotel directly. Add $15 per pet, per day. Please read our Pet Policy page. Rollaways are available for some rooms. Call to confirm availability for your room. Add state and county lodging tax to all room rates and overnight packages. Cancellations made less than 48 hours before arrival time are subject to penalty. All overnight packages are subject to availability and are excluded from major holidays. Rates are subject to change. Stay with us often? Join our Frequent Guest Program and earn a night on us! Downtown Bothell The Anderson School property is a key part of the city’s long-term redevelopment plan. Bothell is located just 20 minutes northeast of downtown Seattle on SR 522 or via I-405, and it neighbors the popular Woodinville wine country, home to more than 90 wineries and tasting rooms. Visitors to the region enjoy sailing on Lake Washington, shopping for antiques and unique local gifts, hiking in the nearby Cascade Mountains, and cycling the Burke-Gilman and Sammamish River trails, 38 miles of paved multi-use path stretching from Seattle to Redmond. The city is ideally located to take advantage of the burgeoning tourist draw of the Sammamish River Valley and Seattle’s booming high-tech industry. McMenamins Frequent Guest Program Frequent Guest Login Every one of your overnight visits at our ten hotels count toward a free stay! And you can accrue as many points for reward nights as you are able - there are no limits. Please note: We are unable to issue points for reservations made through Expedia and Booking.com. For best results, book directly through mcmenamins.com or by calling our hotels. How does it work? First, create or update your profile in our online reservations system and follow the prompts to join the Frequent Guest Program; you'll receive monthly email reminders about the program. Stay with us! Points are automatically rewarded 72 hours after check out - you'll receive 100 points per night in rooms with a common bath and 150 points per night in rooms with a private bath. Your accrued points can be viewed at any time in your online profile. Please note: points accrued during your stay are not available for immediate redemption. When you've accrued 600 points or more, availability search results on our online system will include a "600 point" rate for rooms with a common or shared bath (based on availability). Choose this rate to redeem your points. Add-ons, like our Romance Packages will still be available at regular prices. When you've accrued 900 points or more, availability search results on our online system will include a "900 point" rate for rooms with a private bath (based on availability. Please note some of our hotel properties only have private bath options). Choose this rate to redeem your points. Add-ons, like our Romance Packages will still be available at regular prices. You may also book redemption nights by phone or in person for future stays. Rules This offer is for individual bookings only; the offer does not apply to contracted groups or conferences. All of your qualifying nights must be booked under the same guest profile for points to accrue correctly. Only 1 room per night is accruable. You must be a member of the Frequent Guest Program to accrue points and redeem your complimentary stays. Qualifying nights begin the day you sign up! The free room is based on a queen-size room. Family Rooms at Edgefield and the Parish House at Old. St. Francis do not apply. Based on availability; blackout dates may apply. No credit for "no-shows." Hostel stays, reward nights and free or sponsored promotional stays are excluded from earning points in the program. After 5 years of inactivity, your profile points and any reward nights are lost. Any questions can be sent to email@example.com. Please note: All rules are subject to change. Enter your dates to see everything that's happening during your stay... Search Anderson School Theater Bar North Shore Lagoon Principal's Office Tavern on The Square The Shed The Woodshop Music & Events Movies North Shore Lagoon Swimming Pool Artisan Friday Nightsat the Market Friday, December 15 4 p.m. 'til 7 p.m. All ages welcome at Anderson School Longest Night Beer Tasting Friday, December 15 4 p.m. 'til 7 p.m. 21 and over at Anderson School The W Lovers Friday, December 15 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. All ages welcome at Thorndike Room Artisan Friday Nightsin the Market Friday, December 22 4 p.m. 'til 7 p.m. All ages welcome at Anderson School Sundae + Mr. Goessl Friday, December 22 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. All ages welcome at Thorndike Room Beer Tasting in the Woodshop Bobcat BrewsCan’t Stop Won’t Stop Belgian IPA Tuesday, December 26 5 p.m. 'til 7 p.m All ages welcome | 21 and over to drink at Anderson School Robert Sarazin Blake Friday, December 29 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. All ages welcome at Thorndike Room 2018 New Year's Eve Celebration Sunday, December 31 Live music 9 p.m. 'til 12:30 a.m. 21 and over at Anderson School The W Lovers Friday, January 5 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. All ages welcome at Thorndike Room Worst Day of the Year Run Saturday, January 6 9 a.m. check in, 10 a.m. start All ages welcome at Anderson School Trevor Ras Friday, January 12 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. All ages welcome at Thorndike Room Winter Scotch Dinner Friday, January 12 7 p.m. 21 and over at Anderson School The Home Rulers Friday, January 19 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. All ages welcome at Thorndike Room Hammerhead's Birthday Thursday, January 25 All day All ages welcome | 21 and over to drink at All Locations Norman Baker Friday, January 26 7 p.m. til 10 p.m. All ages welcome at Thorndike Room Pub Night Talks Massacred for Gold: The Chinese in Hells Canyon Tuesday, January 30 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Anderson School Seafood Boil Dinner Friday, February 16 7 p.m. 21 and over at Anderson School Anderson School Winter Beer FestivalFeaturing More Than 50 Handcrafted Ales & Ciders from McMenamins & guests Saturday, February 17 Noon 'til 10 p.m. All ages welcome21+ to sample at Anderson School Pub Night Talks Black Pioneers of Washington Territory Tuesday, February 27 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks LIGO, Black Holes, and Our New View of the Universe Tuesday, March 27 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, April 24 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, May 29 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, June 26 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, July 31 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, August 28 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, September 25 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, October 30 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Pub Night Talks Tuesday, November 27 6 p.m. doors, 7 p.m. program All ages welcome at Haynes' Hall Art History Gardens Anderson School has all kinds of faces peering at visitors, all steeped in history. Local artists created much of the one-of-a-kind artwork based on historical photos, interviews and articles from the school, alumni, Bothell Historical Society and local families and colorful residents. Revenue Agents Grandma Bothell Anderson School Reunion Mr. Mills Dream Machine McMenamins on the Columbia Good 'Ol Boys of Bothell Wilbert 'Andy' Anderson World's Largerst Living Christmas Tree Summer Speed Boat Races Logging 4th of July Girls and Ponies School Bus Ole Daiber, Mountaineer Bothell Goes Ape 'for fun' Woodins & Lytle's on their way to the 1909 Pacific Expo Beechnut Circus Students at School 4th of July- Main St. Corwd & Bicycle Rider Crows of Bothell Steamboats on the River 1937 Mardis Gras Queen & Court Ready to Fill the Shoes of Tomorrow A Match in the Attic Willow People Bothell 4th of July Parade Riverboat Bothell State Bank Robbery Bothell Music Beardsley Twins Bonnie Bird Tommy Thompson Tracie Ruiz Joyride of the Juvenile Vandals Andy Anderson Delivery to WA Hannan's Store Traffic Ticket The Avon The Wheel Blue Swallow Post Mistress Moritz Thompsen Tommy Thompson Nicholas Oeconomacos Ben McAdoo, Architect Bud Ericksen Carol Aries Karen Scholl Thorndike Marilyn Eylar Conway Harvey Hansen Gene Gentry McMahon Gerhard Ericksen Andy Anderson Merle Olin Kiu Kanaya A.J. Sundholm Contractor & Builder DR Chase Arne Dixon The Hannan House Ben Boone Charles Owen Wilson Egawa Patty Murray Willie Sligh Andrew Beckstrom Dr. E.E. Lytle Mr. & Mrs. Bothell Good Roads Day Elmer Carlburg Harold 'Pop' Keeney Charles & Larry Walters Belle Roberts Dennis Behrens Alvin 'Allie' Rodgers and John Rodgers Pat Pierce Ron Green Rob Thompson The Willow People Scott Elliot Bird Don Bagnal Dr. Hebbel Hoff Synchronized History Welcome to McMenamins Anderson School, a special place with a long tradition of nurturing dreams and imagination and bringing people together. Here, remarkable teachers have inspired students to become, among other things, the first female U.S. Senator from the State of Washington, a NFL football player, a pioneering physicist to do groundbreaking studies of late stellar evolution and cosmology and the first American woman to sail solo around the world! These folks were adventuerous explorers in their respective fields. Now, we encourage you to do your own explorations on property. There’s a mix of wondrous spaces, beautiful gardens and creative structures. Go forth light of heart and beer in hand because the joy of discovery is afoot. Read more... Thorndike Room A community room at Anderson School Free use for Bothell residents Looking for a place to host your next birthday bash? How about that upcoming family reunion? In cooperation with the city of Bothell, we're pleased to offer up the Thorndike Room as a free use space for all residents of Bothell. To help you plan your next event, we've gathered together some helpful information. Capacity: 35 Available Rental Times: Friday • 7 a.m. 'til 5 p.m. Saturday • 7 a.m. 'til 11 p.m. Sunday • 7 a.m. 'til 11 p.m. Monday - Thursday • 7 a.m. 'til 11 p.m. Catering: You may bring in personal sack lunches, water and soda. Any additional catering including all alcohol is available only through McMenamins. No outside alcohol can be brought into the into the Community Room. To order food and beverages for your event, please contact McMenamins Group Sales department at 425-398-0127. When and how often can you make a reservation? The Community Room can be reserved up to (3) three months in advance. Groups and individuals can reserve the room two times in a three month period (quarter). The community room can be reserved with no limitations if reserved no more than one week in advance. How do you make a reservation? Eligibility to use the room (address check) is handled through the City of Bothell. To begin the reservation process please fill out our online request form. Once approved, your request will be forwarded from The City to McMenamins and you will be contacted by the events team to secure your date. You will hear from the City of Bothell or the Anderson School events team within two business days of submitting the online request form. Many people who have a Bothell mailing address live outside Bothell’s city limits in unincorporated areas of Snohomish County. To find out if you live within the City limits, please enter your address in the search field here. If your address is within Bothell’s city limits, the Property Overview will list City of Bothell under City. Hold your Private Event at Anderson School Weddings Meetings Social Events Built in 1931 as Bothell Junior High, the art-deco style Anderson School and its surrounding buildings has been transformed. Located 20 minutes from downtown Seattle, McMenamins renovated the property to include: 72 guestrooms – all with private baths, televisions and free Wi-Fi; restaurants, small bars, a brewery, a movie theater, a swimming pool and event spaces. The 5 private event spaces will accommodate groups of 10 to 600 guests, complete with onsite catering and handcrafted McMenamins beverages. Join our Anderson School team! Apply Online We have opportunities available in the following positions: Line/Prep Cooks Housekeepers …and other staff To see the full list of jobs available at Anderson School: 1. Click the link for our Online application 2. Click "Search open jobs" 3. Add Keywords: Anderson School and then click submit McMenamins offers a unique, fun work environment with both seasonal and long-term career opportunities. We have opportunities to move up and around into different departments and have many long term employees of 20+ years! Medical benefits are offered to all management staff as well as hourly employees (based on eligibility requirements). We have many other exciting benefits including paid time off, 401 (k) to eligible employees, as well as hotel and merchandise discounts, earned meal credits and more.