Rendition, a new restaurant and bar, has opened its doors on the ground floor of Hotel Interurban in Tukwila, Washington, just minutes from downtown Seattle. Offering shareable plates and aromatic spirit-driven cocktails, the menu highlights include graze boards, hibachi skewers of braised pork belly, marinated tiger prawns, dry-aged steaks and smoked sablefish. Showstopping desserts include Thai Bananas Foster flambé, served in a cast-iron skillet with a tableside pour of ginger-infused rum; Berries & Bubbles, with sea salt meringues, macerated berries and PopRocks, served with tableside pour of brut Champagne for a crackling, sensational experience; and Campfire Profiterole, served under a clear glass cloche, cream puffs are lightly smoked with apricot crème and dark chocolate mousse with activated charcoal that releases smoke when the cloche is lifted. The restaurant has a large inviting dining room, spacious bar, and sprawling outdoor patio with firepit.

The 185-room Hotel Interurban offers over 15,000 square feet of meeting and event space, including the 19th-floor Rainer Room (capacity: 300) with a spectacular view of Mount Rainier.

Hyatt at Olive 8, in the heart of downtown Seattle, features local seafood at its new signature restaurant TIDAL+. Tidal. Menu offerings include a raw bar, oyster tacos, ceviche, lobster mac & cheese, a smoky salmon cobb salad, Alaskan halibut and craft cocktails like SeaGarita, which adds salted seafoam to the classic ‘rita. The 346-room Hyatt at Olive 8, luxury eco-conscious property, has 12,000 square feet of meeting space, including a ballroom that can accommodate 480 guests for a banquet, 600 for a reception and 800 theater-style.

Meeting planners can take advantage of midweek deals for custom corporate meetings in the mountains of Tamarack Resort in Southwest Idaho, two hours north of Boise.


The Whistler Conference Centre is poised to reveal the results of the $3.5 million renovation that was completed in late 2020. The venue has been revived with what’s described as “a contemporary, sophisticated aesthetic, infused with West Coast character and inspired by Whistler’s majestic natural environment.”  Design elements and technical upgrades were the two key focal points of the renovation project.


The Gordon describes itself as an “art-centric” hotel and the description is more than apt. Over 160 pieces of local art from 84 different artists adorn the hotel’s wall, along with 75 additional pieces created by employees of Obie Hospitality.  (The Gordon is the third hotel in Obie Hospitality’s portfolio of unique accommodations, joining Inn at the 5thin Eugene and Inn at 500 Capitol in Boise.)