Photo Source: Olympic Lodge, Port Angeles
Olympic Lodge in Port Angeles, Washington is surrounded by the natural beauty of the Olympic Mountains, the Strait of Juan de Fuca, and Vancouver Island and takes pride in showcasing the same beauty on its hotel grounds. Local artists at Vision Landscape and Nursery have used native plants to create the lodge’s own alpine rock garden for visitors to enjoy. The back of the hotel features several fountains modeled after the streams and waterfalls seen everywhere in the Olympic National Park. And the Bistro at Olympic Lodge features hand crafted omelets, fluffy pancakes, traditional French toast, and the lodge chef’s signature quiche.
Photo Source: The Marcus Whitman Hotel, Walla Walla
The Marcus Whitman Hotel in Walla Walla, Washington is a tribute to Marcus Whitman and his wife Narcissa who established a mission in Walla Walla in 1836. Built some ninety years later, in 1927, the hotel played host to numerous dignitaries and celebrities, including President Dwight D. Eisenhower, Vice-President Lyndon B. Johnson, Louie Armstrong and Shirley Temple. But by the 1970’s, the hotel began to slide into disrepair. Then, in 1999, Kyle Mussman, together with the City of Walla Walla, restored and expanded the grand old building to provide not only the classic elegance and style of the 1920’s, but also the cutting-edge technology of today’s conference needs. In 2007, another renovation opened up the third, fourth and fifth floors of the historic tower as guest rooms from what had once been private office space. The 1928 Gift & Wine Shop was added in the spring of 2009.
Photo Source: Mayflower Park Hotel, Seattle
The Mayflower Park Hotel in Seattle is ideally located steps away from Seattle’s most exciting attractions, including the famous Pike Place Market, Seattle Waterfront, and Space Needle. A full array of museums, theaters, shops and restaurants are at our doorstep while Washington State Convention and Trade Center is only 4 short blocks away. The hotel opens directly into Westlake Center, with 80 specialty shops and direct access to the Monorail, which means you are just a 2 minute ride away from the Space Needle, Seattle Center and Experience Music Project. Built in 1927, the classic Mayflower Park Hotel has been lovingly restored with crystal chandeliers, gleaming brass and period antiques that offer an inviting European elegance to this historic Seattle hotel.
Photo Source: Edgewater Hotel, Seattle
The Edgewater Hotel in Seattle, Washington is the only waterfront hotel in the area giving guests glistening views of the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay. Nearby are Seattleʼs Pike Place Market, the famous Space Needle, Olympic Sculpture Park, as well as many other landmarks and places of interest. Whether guests choose to partake in a fine meal and expertly poured cocktails at Six Seven or read a book in the magical lounge flanked with legendary past guests pictures including The Beatles and KISS or explore the Seattle landmarks, this classic landmark hotel is defined through its culture and distinctive atmosphere.
Photo Source: The Lyle Hotel
The Lyle Hotel has had many lives. A professional office building for doctors and dentists. A carpenter’s shop. A boarding house. Even a private residence. Today, the Lyle Hotel has resumed its original purpose in providing comfortable lodging and tantalizing dining for visitors of the Columbia River Gorge in Lyle, Washington.