718 Front Street
Mukilteo, Washington 98275
Many first time visitors and newcomers find that the Silver Cloud Inn is perfectly located near the islands, the city of Everett, and even Seattle. It’s conveniently adjacent to the busy Mukilteo Ferry Terminal.
Designed with both the business and leisure traveler in mind, most of the guestrooms have waterfront views of the Possession Sound and Whidbey Island. For those interested in flight, the Boeing 747 Tour at the Boeing Everett Factory is just a short distance from the inn.
Of the inn’s 70 rooms, 30 have full, spectacular water views and ten have partial views. Many rooms offer cozy fireplaces, some with romantic jacuzzi tubs or french doors that open onto a wonderful view of the water. Guests may enjoy fresh air and the relaxing sound of the waves as they hit the shore directly under the hotel.
The Mukilteo Ferry Terminal, too, has a fair share of sights: a panorama view of Whidbey Island, the Olympic Peninsula, many inlets of water, and Boeing’s incoming and outgoing flights of all sorts. Seafaring traffic abounds too, with numerous ferries running passengers between islands and private boats settled in the nearby port. A famed lighthouse erected by the shore keeps all this boating symbolically ordered.
“I've visited everywhere from Silver Cloud!” recent traveler Tina Davis says. A native of Houston, Texas, Davis feels the inn is the perfect spot for Pacific Northwest exploration. “We have been to downtown Everett shops, Mount Rainier, Deception Pass, Seattle's Pike Place Market,” she says. “I know I could move to Everett in a heartbeat.”
Davis also finds the living accommodations to be incredibly hospitable. “The rooms are clean with a lovely sparse layout and a great view of the water. My daughter-in-law stayed in a room while we were visiting after she went through a serious surgery... The staff went out of their way and put other duties on hold to bring us extra sheets and pillows to relax. After all that, I'm definitely set on coming back to Silver Cloud Inn.”
The lobby offers a warm fire, numerous nautical-themed books and local papers including the Mukilteo Beacon and The Seattle Times. General Manager Maia Kaleuha runs most hotel operations from the lobby and adjoining office.
Room renovations are on the way beginning in November 2018 at Silver Cloud Inn to accent an already pleasurable and unique stay in Mukilteo.
“For our new guestrooms, an update in style and function is coming,” says Kaleuha. “The rooms will have an even more elegant, sleek and modern look with charging ports and outlets integrated into the work and sleep spaces, amazing new beds and an attention to detail throughout that we can’t wait to unveil.”
For those new to the area, a stay at Silver Cloud is perfectly situated for visiting Washington State locales. With a free weekend, you could hop on the ferry and make a drive to Deception Pass. Or for a more relaxed stay, take a walk over to the Mukilteo Lighthouse Park (609 Front St, Mukilteo) and check it out the view before taking a walk-on ferry trip to Whidbey Island. Once off the ferry, stop in Langley for a visit to the Useless Bay Coffee Company (121 Second Street, Langley) for java, and pick up a bag of beans to take home too. And for that true Northwest feeling of nature, head to Ebey’s Landing (Ebey's Landing Rd, Coupeville) for the views and get away from the hectic hustle and bustle from the rest of the world.
The Silver Cloud Inn front desk is staffed 24 hours a day. Prices fluctuate based on occupancy but are generally lower through the fall and winter seasons. Each visit comes with a complimentary hot breakfast, wi-fi access and parking for your first vehicle. The Silver Cloud Inn features many amenities whether your trip is business or pleasure.
No matter where your travels take you in the regions north of Seattle, rest assured that you can return at night to the comfort of luxury by the sea.
718 Front Street
Mukilteo, WA 98275
Front desk - (425) 423-8600
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