Westin Seattle completes $35M renovation

The Westin Seattle completed its $35-million renovation with the opening of Relish Burger Bistro. The restaurant is the final piece of the hotel's makeover, transforming more than 455,000 square feet of hotel property.

The contractor of the hotel renovation is Turner Construction Company, and J.R. Abbott Construction is the contractor of the Relish space. Both projects worked with architect DLR Group and interior design company Kay Lang + Associates. Mark G. Anderson Consultants managed the renovation projects.

The renovation encompasses 891 guestrooms, as well as corridors, lower lobby, main level and mezzanine levels, as well as the creation of an additional 13,500 square feet of meeting space. Guestroom amenities include finishes, while bathrooms and furnishings received updates.

Located in downtown Seattle, the Westin provides 891 guestrooms within walking distance of the Washington State Convention Center, Pike Place Market, the Monorail and other landmarks. Each guestroom has a signature Heavenly Bed and Heavenly Bath and guest amenities include access to the 24-hour WestinWORKOUT Fitness Studio with indoor pool and whirlpool, Westin Kids Club, and 24-hour business center. The Westin Seattle, a AAA Four Diamond award-winning downtown property, is located at 1900 Fifth Avenue in Seattle. The hotel underwent a $35-million expansion project in 2012.

Started in Arizona by Starwood Hotels & Resorts in 2012, Relish Burger Bistro made its way to Seattle in 2013. Located inside the Westin Seattle, the restaurant cum bar offers re-invented American cuisine.

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