Staybridge Suites opens outside of Seattle

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    InterContinental Hotels Group (IHG) recently opened a new 134-room Staybridge Suites in the Seattle suburb of Mukilteo, Washington. The five-floor property features three suite options (deluxe studio, one-bedroom and two-bedroom/two-bath). All suites include in-room DVD/CD players, work stations with ergonomic seating, speaker phones with direct-dial number, personal voice mail and complimentary local phone calls and fully equipped kitchens.

    Guests can enjoy the hotel’s indoor pool, complimentary parking, and the brands new Outdoor Living Room, featuring a place where guests can sit on outdoor all-weather furniture beside a stacked-stone fireplace providing year-round heating.

    Golfers can use the 5 hole putting green on-site. The hotel offers 580sqm of meeting space with seating capacity for 100 and a boardroom that can seat 10.

    The property is a short drive from businesses and attractions including the Boeing Company’s, wide body aircraft final assembly plant in Everett, The Future of Flight Aviation Center/Boeing Tour, the Flying Heritage Collection, Fluke Corporation and Intermec Technologies.

    Located adjacent to the Big Gulch Park, the Staybridge Suites provides access to a two-mile nature trail leading guests to views of the Puget Sound shore, and ending up at the Mukilteo Library.

    The Staybridge Suites Seattle North-Everett is owned and managed by Mukilteo Hotel, LLC, and is located at 9600 Harbour Place.

    IHG brand delivery, vice president, Gina LaBarre said: “We’re very pleased to welcome this property to our growing family of upscale extended-stay hotels. This is the second Staybridge Suites in Washington, and our extended-stay amenities, such as full kitchens, comfortable living areas, housekeeping and meal services, will appeal to guests whether they’re in the Seattle area for business or leisure.”

    Daniel Fountain / 29.01.2010

    Editor, Hotel Designs


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