Even though the iconic Edgewater Hotel is located right in the thick of Seattle’s waterfront attractions and restaurants, you’ll be tempted to stay in your room just to relax and savor the view. Through September 30, the Edgewater is making savoring the Puget Sound view a little easier with the “Wake on Water” package. If you’re a local looking for a change of scene or are an out-of-towner looking for that quintessential Seattle experience, the “Wake on Water” package is for you.
There’s no better way to celebrate the end of summer in Seattle, according to Pat Colee, chairman and founder of Noble House Hotels & Resorts. “With its extra-long days, beautiful weather and a huge variety of outdoor activities, Seattle is a very desirable summer destination.”
Guests at the Edgewater wake up to stunning views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains and then head out to explore all the magnificent landmarks just steps from the hotel.
The Edgewater sports a warm, lodge-like vibe that extends from the lobby to the guest rooms. The Wake on Water package includes overnight accommodations, a lodge breakfast for two at Six Seven Restaurant and complimentary mini-bar.
With dining at Six Seven as part of the package, you will experience contemporary design, unobstructed water views and food that showcases the best bounty from local land and sea. While you’re there, you might as well make dinner reservations at Six Seven (not included in the package); with executive chef Jesse Souza at the helm, dishes range from simple for the purist to more complex compositions for the gourmet.
If you book your stay for later than September 30, look for other packages on the hotel’s website at edgewaterhotel.com.