• Level Hotels & Furnished Suites Opening in Seattle

     
    POSTED March 31, 2022
     
  • Level Hotels & Furnished Suites Opening in Seattle

     
    POSTED March 31, 2022
     
  • Level Hotels & Furnished Suites Opening in Seattle

     
    POSTED March 31, 2022
     

Level Hotels & Furnished Suites, which provides apartment-style accommodations for short and long stays, is expanding its portfolio with the opening of Level Seattle - South Lake Union later this spring. Located less than 30 minutes from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and nestled in a booming neighborhood that’s home to Amazon’s headquarters and other high-tech companies, Level Seattle will offer 272 studio, one, two and three-bedroom suites that range in size from 523 to 1847 square feet and feature gourmet kitchens and in-suite laundry. For an elevated experience, the property also has a collection of 24 sky suites and 3 luxury penthouses. 

Those penthouses look like a great fit for small gatherings, boasting 360-degree panaromic views, interior space between just over 1,000 square feet to nearly 5,000 square feet and exterior space between 1,500 and 1,900 square feet with amenities that include hot tubs, lounge furniture and built-in barbecues and fire pits. Sky suites will also feature individual wine fridges.

Beyond the apartment-guest rooms, the LEED-certified property has over 70,000 square feet of amenity space, including three pools—two outdoor and one indoor—three hot tubs, a cold plunge pool, an indoor basketball court, Peloton studio, climbing wall and—in a feature youo won’t find in many hotels—a karaoke room.

Opening offers abound for stays beginning on June 1st—including complimentary parking for stays of two nights or longer and $200 in chef-prepared meals or farm-fresh goods from Kitchen & Market, plus two free sessions with Stretch 22 for extended stays of 30+ nights.

Built in the vision of streamline modernism and art deco in 1941, the Vogue Theatre has become a hotspot in the heart of Vancouver’s entertainment district—a region known for its progressive hospitality and historic charm. “It’s a national registered historic site in Canada,” says Matt Friesen, general manager of the theater. While it is primarily a concert venue hosting artists such as Steve Lacy and Steve Earle & The Dukes, the Vogue’s nearly 10,000 square feet of space and mission to offer the utmost friendly customer service makes it a perfect venue for your next event. 

 

WeVenture, a national tour operating company, has expanded its offerings to include four Seattle tours that immerse visitors in the city’s vibrant cultural scene. The company, which launched nationally earlier this year, has tours in 10 other U.S. cities including New York City, Miami, Denver, New Orleans, and Los Angeles. The Seattle tours can be an easy and fun add-on to any event in the Emerald City.

 

Portland International Airport (PDX) was famously known for its teal, geometrically patterned carpet, which was sadly removed back in 2015. But now, PDX will be known for its recently completed, unique timber ceiling. ZGF Architects worked closely with PDX for 50 years and designed this transformation to last another half century. The Portland airport is becoming one of the first to be seismic-resilient and produce low carbon emissions, thanks to the 9 acres of native Pacific Northwest hardwood used in building the terminal’s ceiling.