Susan Marinello Interiors turns Seattle's Roosevelt Hotel into Hotel Theodore

Hotel Theodore
One of Seattle’s landmark hotels will reopen this fall.

One of Seattle’s landmark hotels will reopen this fall. Hotel Theodore, located on 7th Avenue and Pine Street, will again be opened by Provenance Hotels. The property, designed by Susan Marinello Interiors, is located near Washington State Convention Center, Capitol Hill and the Pike Place Market.

Although the 151-room hotel will return with a new name, it will still honor its original namesake, former president Theodore Roosevelt. Originally constructed in 1929 as the Roosevelt Hotel, the property will form new partnerships with Seattle artists, tastemakers and entrepreneurs to place an emphasis on civic pride.

The hotel will still bear its iconic Roosevelt sign and 21-story exterior when it reopens. An airy layout will maximize views of the city, and Puget Sound and natural materials will symbolize contemporary tones of blue, camel and navy.

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Additional amenities will include a second-floor gym and 2,415 square feet of reception and meeting space. Food and beverage offerings will be announced at a later date.

Hotel Theodore

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