Our classic and charming Georgian building, completed in 1922, is a Seattle historic landmark. Set in the heart of downtown Seattle, it is close to shopping, fine restaurants, the landmark Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Benaroya Symphony Hall, the Fifth Avenue Theatre, Pike Place Market, Seattle Central Library and other attractions.
Our Clubhouse has easy access to I-5 and is just blocks from the ferry terminal. Valet parking is offered daily.
The Entrance Hall at the Women’s University Club welcomes members and visitors.
Just to the left of the Club Entrance Hall, the Drawing Room irresistibly invites members and guests in with its relaxed elegance. It’s a perfect place to enjoy a quiet moment with a cup of tea or a glass of wine, finish a discussion begun during a class, or meet friends after work for Wednesday night hors d’oeuvres.
The light and airy Main Dining Room offers delicious seasonal menus served by an attentive staff. Lunch is available Monday through Friday and dinner is served each Friday night. Holiday meals and special events are enjoyed throughout the year. You may find this the perfect place for a wedding, birthday, anniversary, retirement celebration or to entertain clients.
The Club’s smaller dining room is an attractive, versatile venue for business meetings, lectures or social occasions. Breakfast is served here Monday through Friday.
Our intimate private dining room seats 14, and is a favorite spot for luncheons and special occasion dinner parties. The buffet displays some of the Club’s historic silver pieces, many given to the Club by members and others commemorating special moments from the Club’s nearly 100-year history.
The Malone Room serves as our casual meeting space with living room seating for up to 20. The formal dining area can be set for your specific needs.
On the third floor, the Hillman Room was combined from two of the original bedrooms that housed single women over the first several decades of the Club’s existence. Decorated in a fashion to honor the generous benefactor of the room’s namesake, the Hillman Room is the perfect place for small meetings, luncheons or bridge parties.
Named after the Club’s first president, the Backus Room hosts some of the Club’s many classes and private business meetings. It accommodates groups of up to 24 people.
The newly redecorated Ballroom, which housed many small Seattle theater groups during its early years, features high ceilings, a large stage with professional lighting and sound equipment as well as ample seating. Its versatility allows the room to be used for lectures, fundraisers, wedding ceremonies and formal dances.