The 260-room Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport hotel
has opened following a significant renovation funded by the owner,
Seatac Airport Hospitality, LLC.
Located just one block from the Seattle-Tacoma
International Airport, guests at the Seattle-Airport hotel will be
among the first to experience new Crowne Plaza features that
are gradually being rolled out to all Crowne Plaza hotels in the Americas.
New technology offers single internet sign-on,
free and reliable Wi-Fi, one-click secure wireless printing and
easy access to power outlets and charging cords.
“We know our guests need to be productive
when they’re on the road for work," said Gina LaBarre, vice
president, Americas Brand Management, Crowne Plaza, IHG. "Particularly at an airport hotel, where guests often feel rushed
and hurried, it’s important that we provide an environment that
enables them to focus on getting their work done.”
Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport hotel provides easy access for guests
needing to catch a flight, whether via the walkable sky bridge or
the hotel’s complimentary airport shuttle, which runs every 20
minutes. Guests with meetings in Seattle or those who simply need
a break from work can easily access the light rail station,
located on the same block as the hotel, making travel into
downtown a breeze.
million in renovations include complete guestroom, guest bath and
guest corridor renovations, as well as a completely 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 features 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.
The hotel also offers 12,000 square feet of
flexible meeting space.
“We are very pleased to join the Crowne Plaza brand, which
we feel is a strong fit for a growing international airport hub,”
said Ken Stockdale, the hotel’s general manager. “The Crowne Plaza
services and amenities we now provide will position us well to
serve our share of the nearly 35 million passengers that pass
through the Seattle airport each year.”
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