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Our spacious suites with two double beds allow more guests to stay comfortably.
Relax in our king suite accommodations. Perfect for relaxing or working, there is ample space to make yourself at home so you won't lose an ounce of sleep when staying at the SpringHill Suites Seattle South/ Renton.
Suite Work Area
The SpringHill Suites Seattle South/ Renton is designed with separate areas for eating, sleeping, working, and relaxing, making it perfect for business or leisure travelers.
Our guest bathroom features fluffy towels and a hair dryer to make your stay more comfortable.
Paul Mitchell® Amenities
Shower. Repeat. Relax. Enjoy Paul Mitchell products next time you stay with us.
Don't forget your bathing suit. Swim a few laps in the morning for a fresh start, or take an afternoon dip to cool off and unwind after a long day of work or play.
Stay in shape on the road in our state-of-the-art fitness center. We have a broad range of cardiovascular equipment and free weights, so you can begin your morning or end your day with an exhilarating workout.
Seattle’s skyline is famous for the Space Needle and the beautiful mountain scenery. There is something for everyone during a visit to the "Emerald City", from sports, theatre, music, outdoor recreation and much more!
Renton Piazza Park
The City of Renton's Piazza Park is just a half mile away from the hotel and features a combination of paved surfaces, landscaping, benches, boulders, tree grates, and raised seat walls. A variety of community events occur at the Piazza Park including a Farmers Market, every Tuesday afternoon from June to September. A great place to relax and enjoy the fresh air!
The majestic Mt. Rainier is a constant reminder that we are near the beauty of the Cascade Mountain Range.
Mount Rainier National Park is home to the "mountain" which is an active volcano encased in over 35 square miles of snow and ice, surrounded by old growth forest and stunning wildflower meadows. Whether you're looking for scenic drives or challenging hikes, or to enjoy historic architecture or mountain climbing, Mount Rainier has something for you.
Commencement Bay is located south of Seattle near the city of Tacoma which is located on the bay and the Port of Tacoma on the southern end -- it is one of the most active commercial ports in the world.
Whale watching is most popular April through September and usually focuses on the area around the San Juan Islands. A number of charter boat companies run whale watching cruises and you can find such charters operating out of Seattle and from various other ports around Puget Sound.
Located between Yakima and Ellensburg, the 15-mile canyon rises as much as 2,000 feet above the river that carved it. These rock faces are home to the densest concentration of nesting hawks, eagles and falcons in the state. This makes a great day trip for the whole family while visiting the Seattle area.
Snoqualmie Falls, located 25 miles east of Seattle, attracts more than two million visitors each year from around the world with its 270-foot cascade over granite cliffs into the lower Snoqualmie River. It is a spectacular experience year-round that can be enjoyed from the observation deck or at the foot of Snoqualmie Falls on the river trail. There are also many interesting things to do and see throughout Snoqualmie, including local arts, restaurants, shops, the railroad, and outdoor recreation.
Evergreen Floating Bridge
The Evergreen Point Floating Bridge is the second longest floating bridge in the state of Washington. It carries State Route 520 across Lake Washington from Seattle to Medina and is often called the "520 bridge". The bridge is near the end of its useful life, and must be closed in high winds, and even after a seismic retrofit in 1999, it is at risk of collapse in an earthquake. The DOT is working on replacing the aging bridge with a new span of six lanes.