The Heathman Hotel in Kirkland is heading into 2018 with a new look. The popular downtown Kirkland hotel recently completed a multimillion dollar renovation of its 91 guestrooms and suites, giving it a fresh and modern look.
“We’re thrilled to unveil a new look and feel at The Heathman that allows us to continue offering exceptional guest experiences,” said John Oppenheimer, CEO of Columbia Hospitality, which manages The Heathman Hotel. “We’ve seen tremendous growth in and around Kirkland — new shopping, dining, and recreation within walking distance — and we’re excited to establish The Heathman as the top boutique hotel in the heart of this vibrant waterfront neighborhood.”
The renovation, which was conceptualized by Seattle-based firm Interior Design International Inc., celebrates Kirkland and its rich history through the integration of several unique design features. For example, the addition of natural woven textiles pays homage to Kirkland’s woolen mill, the first in the state, which brought early economic success to the city during the Klondike Gold Rush and World War I. Additionally, the renovation also features a Pacific Northwest theme throughout. From the scenic waters of the Puget Sound to picturesque mountain vistas, each floor showcases a specific theme reminiscent of the region.
Beyond its new aesthetic features, the hotel guestrooms also have been updated to include modern conveniences like a media hub and high-speed Wi-Fi. Previous offerings like The Heathman’s signature bed menu still will be available.
For more information or to experience The Heathman firsthand, visit The Heathman Hotel online.