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Discover Our Renovated Seattle Meeting Spaces

Seattle, Wash. – Mar. 25, 2015 – From large conferences to intimate gatherings, The Edgewater Hotel boasts more than 10,000 square feet of flexible meeting space paired with unparalleled views of the majestic Olympic Mountains. Refreshed and revitalized, The Edgewater is an exceptional place where ambiance, service and cuisine come together to create highly customized, unforgettable Seattle meetings for guests.

“With guest experience a key focus of The Edgewater Hotel, the recent upgrades were designed to exceed the expectations of our valued meeting planners,” said Sarah Kiepe, director of sales and marketing.

Staying true to its iconic Northwest status, the Olympic Ballroom has floor-to-ceiling windows to capture the beauty of Seattle, showcasing a blend of natural elements and refined elegance. New slate tile, exotic wood trim and rich carpet will inspire meetings and social gatherings alike. Mirrors reflect the sparkle of Puget Sound directly outside and crystal chandeliers from within.

From breakfast to breakouts and plated dinners to buffet stations, The Edgewater Hotel and Executive Chef Jesse Souza have catering down to an exquisite science. Guests can choose from elaborate menus of eclectic options, or simply ask for desired dishes. The Edgewater is equipped with intricate menu options to cater any event, exactly as guests envisioned. The Edgewater and Six Seven pay the utmost attention to every detail to make sure each group is catered beyond expectations.

Named one of the "World's Best Places to Stay" by Conde Nast Traveler, The Edgewater floats on a dock over Elliott Bay as the only waterfront hotel in Seattle, offering panoramic views of the Olympic Mountains and the Seattle skyline. The iconic property offers an authentic Pacific Northwest experience with river-rock fireplaces and handcrafted furniture in every room and seasonally inspired, “locally grown” (most likely caught) cuisine served at famed, water’s edge Six Seven restaurant.

Noble House Hotels & Resorts
Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Ltd., has been a privately held company for more than 30 years, originally founded in 1979 by owner Patrick R. Colee as a commercial property development group. Officially transitioned in 1994, this Seattle, Wash. based corporation owns and manages an upscale portfolio of 15 distinct and visually captivating properties spanning the four coastal corners of America with the newly refurbished Kona Kai Resort & Marina and Riviera Palm Springs in Calif., Little Palm Island Resort & Spa in the Florida Keys, and The Edgewater in Seattle, Wash. With a philosophy that emphasizes “location, distinction and soul,” Noble House Hotels & Resorts exemplifies individuality, dedicating itself to creating and managing exceptional properties that contribute to their communities, stay true to local history, culture and ambiance.

For more information, visit www.NobleHouseHotels.com or call Noble House Hotels & Resorts at 877.NOBLE.TRIP.