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Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

  • 99 Union Street, Seattle, Washington, 98101, U.S.A.
  • OPENING DATE:

    November 2008
  • GENERAL MANAGER:

    Michael Pedder
Physical Features

Total Number of Rooms: 147

  • Guest Rooms: 134
  • Suites: 13

Number of Residential Units: 36

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Number of Stories:

  • Hotel comprises floors 1 through 10 of a 21-storey building
  • Residences comprise floors 11 through 21

Design Aesthetic:

  • Clean, modern look with natural hues and Asian-inspired millwork; wood and stone bring the outdoors in
  • Original works by Pacific Northwest School artists, plus reproductions from Seattle Art Museum
  • Outdoor terrace overlooking Elliott Bay and Olympic Mountains features heated infinity-edged pool, fireplace and whirlpool

Architect: NBBJ

Interior Designer(s):

  • BraytonHughes Design Studios and NBBJ (Hotel interiors)
  • Susan Marinello Interiors (residence interiors)

Location:

  • In the cultural core of downtown, across from Seattle Art Museum and next to Pike Place Market, one of America's oldest farmers' markets
  • Overlooking Elliot Bay, Olympic Mountains and Seattle Great Wheel
Spa

Size: 557 sq m / 6,000 sq ft

Number of Treatment Rooms: 8

Spa Director: Scott Studstill

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Interior Designer: BraytonHughes Design Studios

Design Aesthetic:

  • Contemporary Pacific Northwest
  • Glass tile and basalt rock evoke the purifying elements of water
  • Treatments draw on distinctive Northwest elements and the evergreen rainforests of western Washington while utilizing the latest in skin technology

Signature Treatment:

  • Emerald Rain (80 minutes)
  • Hollywood Facial and Conditioning Citrus Pedicure

Products:

  • Skinceuticals, Intraceuticals, Amala, Clarisonic, NuFACE

Special Features:

  • Couple's suite with private soaking tub overlooking Elliott Bay
  • Direct access from residential floors via private elevator
  • Direct access to pool and fitness centre without going through the lobby or elevator
  • Women’s and men’s locker rooms have large steam rooms, where the scent of eucalyptus warms the senses
Dining

Restaurant/Lounge: Goldfinch Tavern

  • Opening Date: June 2015
  • Designer: EDG
  • Chef: Joe Ritchie
  • Pastry Junior Sous Chef: Kendra Noel
  • Sommelier: NaKenge Adisa
  • General Manager: David Kim
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Recreation

Pools: 1

  • Bar 84 / cabanas, outdoor dining
  • Complimentary swimsuits available upon request
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Fitness Facilities:

  • Special Features:
    • Views of outdoor deck with infinity-edge pool; fireplace; whirlpool and views of Elliott Bay and Olympic Mountains
    • Complimentary resort-like amenities during the summer; complimentary fitness gear available upon request
    • Technogym equipment
  • Sample Fitness Activities: Personal trainers available
Meeting Rooms

Total Size: 982 sq m / 10,570 sq ft

Largest Ballroom: 459 sq m / 4,490 sq ft

Meet and Feed Capacity: 200

Banquet Capacity: 330

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Breakout Spaces: 4

Private Dining Room Capacity: 16

Unique Meeting and Event Facilities: Large Ballroom windows offer sweeping views of Elliott Bay and Olympic Mountains

Corporate Social Responsibility

Recycles food and landscape waste

Runs a closed-loop water-heating system that recycles water to produce potable and heated water for residences, Hotel and swimming pool

Energy-efficient lighting in meeting and function spaces and where possible

Approximately 70 percent of the energy consumed within the hotel is renewable

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Hotel uses Seattle Steam, which uses recycled urban wood waste to power its downtown Seattle facility, which in turn helps the hotel reduce its carbon footprint by 50 percent

Run of Hope Seattle and Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Fund - The Pediatric Brain Tumor Research Fund (PBTRF) is a Seattle Children's Hospital guild dedicated to funding groundbreaking research for curing kids with brain tumours and cancer; ince 2009, Four Seasons Hotel Seattle has raised more than USD 2.3 million for PBTRF through the Run of Hope Seattle, an annual 5k run/walk