Seattle Marriott Waterfront completes upgrade

Located near Pike Place Market to offer views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains, the Seattle Marriott Waterfront renovated its lobby and meeting spaces with new furnishings, artwork and technical capabilities.

The 358-room hotel now greets guests with a new-look lobby highlighted by a blown glass statue that reflects the palette of the Seattle sunset. Additions include a fireplace and venues for work or play.

The downtown Seattle hotel has 11,354 square feet of renovated meeting space with new furnishings, artwork and a blue and gray color scheme reminiscent of the waterfront. The space is accented by illuminated Italian fused-glass panels and custom sconces by Seattle-based artist Julie Conway.


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The Seattle, Washington hotel's 15 meeting rooms include the Executive Boardroom, newly crowned with a chandelier, and the Grand Pacific Ballroom, which can accommodate up to 900 guests. The meeting rooms feature audio and visual technology.

Additionally, the Seattle Waterfront hotel's pre-function space was redesigned in the great room vein, complete with communal seating clusters.

The Seattle Marriott Waterfront at 2100 Alaskan Way in Seattle, Wash., is located near the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Pacific Science Center, SafeCo and CenturyLink fields, Pioneer Square, ferry and cruise ship terminals, Olympic Sculpture Park and the original Starbucks Coffee store. The hotel has 345 guestrooms and 13 suites on eight floors, including one concierge level. In addition, the Seattle, Washington, hotel has 15 meeting rooms with over 11,000 square feet of renovated event space, the Hook & Plow restaurant, Trolley Café & Gift Shop, a 24-hour fitness center and indoor and outdoor swimming pools.

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