IHG converts the Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport

InterContinental Hotels Group converted the 260-room Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport hotel, following a renovation funded by the owner, Seatac Airport Hospitality.

New technology at the hotel offers single Internet sign-on, free Wi-Fi, one-click secure wireless printing and access to power outlets and charging cords.

The Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport hotel provides access for guests needing to catch a flight, via either a walkable sky bridge or the hotel’s complimentary airport shuttle, which runs every 20 minutes. Guests can also access the light rail station, located on the same block as the hotel.

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The $9 million in renovations include complete guestroom, guest bath and guest corridor renovations, as well as a new public space layout and interior design package. The hotel’s restaurant serves Pacific Northwest cuisine with signature menu items including Draper Valley Chicken Piccata, Northwest Blackened Salmon and certified Angus Beef.

The hotel has the Crowne Plaza Sleep Advantage program, which encompasses the entire sleep experience, from training staff on how to create and maintain a restful environment to providing innovative products and services such as signature bedding, designated quiet zones on two floors and aromatherapy.

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