Seasons Motel

200 Westlake Ave., Morton, 98356, WA

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  • 1 Rooms,
  • 1 Adults

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1 Room / 2 Adults

1 rooms,
2 adults
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This woodsy, deluxe roadside motel is part of the small hotel chain which also runs the Crest Trail Lodge in Packwood, and it too serves up a delicious free breakfast every morning, featuring make-your-own waffles, fresh pastries, biscuits and gravy, warm apple cider and much more. Rooms with two queen beds are spacious enough for a family of four and include a flat-screen TV, microwave, refrigerator, free Wi-Fi and Keurig coffeemaker. Located just 30 miles from Mt. Rainer in Morton, the Seasons Motel is a convenient and comfortable place to stay with kids while exploring Rainer and Mount St. Helens, and also as part of a greater Pacific Northwest trip that might include nearby Portland, Oregon or Seattle.

Our Editor Loves

  • Waffle breakfast
  • Location to Mt. Rainier
  • Free Wi-Fi

Family Interests

  • Bicycling
  • Hiking
  • Horse Back Riding
  • Museum/Cultural
  • Skiing
  • Water Sports

Family Amenities

  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Kitchenettes
  • Refrigerator


Only option in the area

by debb9072017

I think I read another reviewer fittingly call this place, "tired." No major problems. Hot water, good tv, large room frig, microwave. Nice staff. I spent three nights. My biggest complaint is the pillows. I'm a side sleeper so mushy small pillows challenge me to get a good night's sleep. There was some road noise when semis drove by on hwy 12. I found a great little restaurant in Morton, "Rivers." Has vegetarian and vegan options.

A nice oasis

by JGW33782

Near Mt. Rainier National Park. A lot of the other motels and B & Bs were full but we were happy to find this motel which offered a nice spacious room, free wifi, and a breakfast. It was near a main highway and a railroad so it wasn't the quietest place but it didn't really disturb our sleep until early in the morning when the big trucks started going by.