THE EDGEWATER HOTEL, SEATTLE ANNOUNCES DETAILS OF
Seattle, Wash. – Feb. 22, 2013 –The Edgewater Hotel, situated on Seattle’s Elliott Bay, is accelerating the progress of its upgrade and refreshment program, which commenced earlier this year. Slated for completion in
April 2013, the 223 guestrooms and suites, as well as the iconic Olympic Ballroom and Terrace Room, will be enhanced with new décor. With the guest experience a key focus of The Edgewater Hotel, soft goods renovations
are structured so that work will take place on closed off floors, ensuring an uninterrupted visit. “This refreshment creates an ideal atmosphere for guests, elevating the warmth of the natural wood
interiors and river-rock fireplaces within our legendary hotel” said Sarah Kiepe, director of sales and marketing. “It follows our recent 50th anniversary and gives guests a glimpse into the next 50 years for the landmark
Maintaining its famed heritage nestled on Seattle’s waterfront at Pier 67, The Edgewater’s rooms and suites will reflect an idyllic Northwest feel with a combination of nature, industry, and technology. Earth tones
throughout will have a pop of The Edgewater’s signature red. Metal-studded, winged headboards, contemporary forest-printed drapery, steel and wood desks, birch wallpaper, cloud-white desk chairs and flat screen TVs will
provide modernity without compromising authenticity. Staying true to its iconic Northwest status, the Olympic Ballroom will showcase a blend of natural elements and refined elegance. New slate tile, exotic wood trim and rich and colorful ivy patterned carpet will inspire meetings and social gatherings alike. Mirrors reflect the sparkle of Puget Sound directly outside and crystal chandeliers from within.
Guests can choose to partake in a fine meal and expertly poured cocktail in Six Seven, read a book in the magical lounge flanked with legendary past guests pictures including the Beatles and KISS or explore the Seattle
landmarks all within walking distance; Seattle’s Pike Place Market, the famous Space Needle, Olympic Sculpture Park, as well as many other revered places of interest.
Named one of the “Top 20 Hotels in the Pacific Northwest” by Conde Nast Traveler, The Edgewater is 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 atmosphere with river-rock fireplaces and handcrafted furniture in every room and seasonally inspired, “locally grown” (most likely caught) cuisine served in famed,
water’s edge Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge.
For more information on The Edgewater please call (866) 316-4449 or visit www.edgewaterhotel.com..