Seattle Homewood Suites completes renovation

Homewood Suites by Hilton Convention Center Pike Street in Seattle has completed a renovation project that began in fall 2018, with changes made to all 195 suites and a revamp of all common areas including corridors, business center and lobby. The property is owned by Chesapeake Lodging Trust and managed by Evolution Hospitality.

The new look of the hotel was designed by J. Kattman Associates, with a goal to emphasize modern amenities and design elements.

All suites now have new floor lamps and pendant lights, as well as updated furnishings with brown wood finishes and a color palette of soft neutrals with pops of blue also reflected in the textiles, wall coverings and carpets. Rooms now have 65” Smart TVs, upgraded kitchens with stainless steel appliances and new glass cooktops. Meanwhile, bathrooms received new vanities and contemporary lighting.

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The project also included a newly-reimagined lobby and dining room focusing on the induction of natural light and views of the Paramount Theater and Convention Center. Focal points include a central dual-sided fireplace and custom, eight-foot, sliding barn doors. The dining room was reconfigured to provide a lounge-inspired atmosphere. Finally, a revamped family cabana room has an outdoor pool, and inside, a pool table and video games.

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