Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue unveiled a multi-million dollar renovation this week, including updates to all 240 guest suites and restaurant. The new design features contemporary, sleek design with an updated color palette, ergonomically-designed furniture, and eco-friendly lighting.

The Atrium of the Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue. Photo courtesy Embassy Suites.

The Atrium of the Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue. Photo courtesy Embassy Suites.

While the renovation doesn’t add more rooms for Bellevue hospitality, the updated finishes and contemporary design are more in line with the expectations of those visiting Bellevue and the Eastside.

“The amount of hard work and dedication that has been put into this hotel update project truly elevates the property, which is more contemporary, beautiful and comfortable than ever,” Louis Haslett, general manager of Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue, said in a statement. “We are delighted that the stylish yet welcoming design mirrors the high-quality service that our staff consistently delivers to our guests.”

The hotel also updated more than 10,000 square feet of meeting space, including audio-visual equipment and high-speed internet. Located in Bellevue’s Eastgate neighborhood, the hotel’s meeting rooms, conference rooms, and boardrooms are

Photo courtesy Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue.

Photo courtesy Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Bellevue.

conveniently located near the I-90 and I-405 freeways. The hotel is just 17 miles from Sea-Tac Airport and mere minutes from major Eastside employers, including T-Mobile, Costco, Microsoft, and Boeing.

The in-house restaurant, Cascade Grille, is managed by executive chef Justin Reed, and will feature an updated menu and happy hour with new room service options highlighting Northwest cuisine.

The hotel is managed by Chicago-based Spire Hospitality.