The Hotel Group Opens Hilton Garden Inn Bellevue Washington

Hilton Garden Inn Bellevue Washington

SEATTLE—The Hotel Group (THG), a national hotel management and investment company, opened the Hilton Garden Inn Seattle Bellevue Downtown in Washington. The 254-room property is located in close proximity to downtown Seattle and several Fortune 500 businesses including Microsoft, Clearwire, Expedia, Symetra, and T-Mobile. Guests of the hotel are also close to Bellevue Square and Bravern Shopping Mall for high-end shopping and dining as well as popular attractions like Bellevue Botanical Gardens, Meydenbauer Bay, and the Space Needle. West77 Partners developed the hotel and The Hotel Group is the management company.

“The Hilton Garden Inn is beautifully situated in the heart of Bellevue, providing our guests immediate access to incredible shopping and cultural attractions. We are thrilled to have a hotel in such a vibrant and exciting market,” Douglas Dreher, president and CEO of The Hotel Group, says. “THG’s dedication to serve, inspire, and deliver Hospitality Greatness remains the cornerstone of our relationship with the Bellevue community.”

The Hilton Garden Inn Seattle Bellevue Downtown also has an on-site restaurant—47 North Bar + Bistro—which offers Northwest fusion cuisine. The hotel’s other amenities and services include complimentary WiFi throughout the property, 24-hour remote printing, a fitness center, a saltwater pool, a whirlpool, and guest laundry. Each guestroom and suite feature the brand’s signature bedding, a spacious and clutter-free work desk with an ergonomic desk chair, and an in-room “hospitality center” with a mini-fridge, microwave oven, and a Keurig coffee maker. With more than 3,175 square feet of flexible meeting space, the property can accommodate events up to 150 people.


“At West77, we pride ourselves on our attention to detail and constructing a hotel with the guest’s needs in mind,” Mike Nielson, principal and CEO of West77 Partners, says. “At the Hilton Garden Inn Seattle/Bellevue, we feel we really hit the mark. We are confident guests will love the design and functionality of this beautiful hotel for years to come.”

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