Hotel Sierra Redmond to open in September

LodgeWorks, an innovator and brand builder in the upscale suite hotel business, is set to open the doors to Hotel Sierra Redmond in September 2009. A fresh take on extended stay hotels, the 144-room Hotel Sierra Redmond combines style and function while offering unexpected touches of comfortable luxury to create a different kind of guest experience for business and leisure travelers alike.

Just 18 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, Hotel Sierra Redmond is conveniently located in Riverpark, a contemporary development right in the heart of downtown and easily accessible from Highway 520.

Centered in what some describe as Northwest’s Silicon Valley, the hotel is located near many major corporations and within walking distance to upscale eateries, shops and entertainment at Redmond Town Center. Outdoor enthusiasts can also enjoy the 2.5-acre community park and 42-mile trail system right outside the property’s front door.

The atmosphere of openness and a connection to outdoor surroundings extends to the lobby that will welcome guests as they enter Hotel Sierra Redmond. The hotel’s interiors, developed by a team of leading designers from Wichita-based Krehbiel Architecture, feature a combination of textures and unique furniture solutions that promote interaction and touch within the spaces.

“We were inspired by the local culture and natural environment,” said Greg Black, lead designer of interior architecture and furnishings. “We wanted a theme that reflects the progressive Northwest architecture, but also uses such materials as concrete, glass and steel in their natural context. This sets the stage for unique and edgy, yet comfortable style.”

Hotel Sierra Redmond features a range of lifestyle amenities and luxurious details within spacious, smartly designed suites and guest rooms. Rooms range from Guest Room Kings or Doubles, to spacious Studio and One-Bedroom Suites with separate living spaces and full kitchens featuring stainless steel appliances.

Hotel Sierra’s in-room details include waffle terry bathrobes, 42-inch flat-panel televisions with expanded cable and movie channels, and clock radios with MP3 docking station and soothing sound machine. Complimentary services and amenities include breakfast with made-to-order omelettes; Starbucks® brewed coffee; wired and wireless internet; multi-station business center; fitness center with expanded cardio and weights and USA Today® delivered daily.

The hotel also offers guest laundry, dry cleaning and a 24-hour on-site market. Hotel Sierra is 100 percent smoke-free and pet-free.

Hotel Sierra’s Lax Lounge + Bar will accommodate guests seeking relaxation and an intimate place to enjoy the evening bistro menu or a glass of wine with friends.

The outdoor sun deck or patio complete with lounge seating, fire pit and grilling space provides the perfect setting for a casual get together or simply a place to unwind. The property also boasts 2,085 square feet of venue space that can be split into two or three sections (695+ sq. ft. each) for corporate events or private parties.

Special introductory rates for Hotel Sierra Redmond start at $149 for weekday and $99 on the weekend. For more information, please call 800-4-SIERRA or visit www.hotel-sierra.com.


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