New hotel opens in Redmond

The Hilton Garden Inn Redmond Town Center opened Sept. 1.

  • Tuesday, September 1, 2020 4:09pm
  • Business
Courtesy photo/Hilton Garden Inn Redmond Town Center

Courtesy photo/Hilton Garden Inn Redmond Town Center

A new six-story hotel opened in Redmond near town center, Tuesday, Sept. 1.

The Hilton Garden Inn sits at 9,000 sq. ft. and includes meeting spaces, a large 24-hour fitness center with yoga area, and traditional in-room amenities. In the future the hotel will also house a restaurant, Fork + Spoke Bar & Bites that will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner.

The 177-room Hilton Garden Inn is managed by The Hotel Group out of Edmonds. President and CEO of that group, Doug Dreher, says this is the 50th hotel for their companies’ 36-year history.

Redmond Hilton Garden Inn General Manager Jeff Isenberg stated in a press release that the location was well-convenient for Redmond travelers to it’s recreational spaces and major tech companies.

“With the opening of the Hilton Garden Inn, business and leisure travelers now have a new and conveniently located hotel to enjoy in Redmond, featuring Hilton’s CleanStay with Lysol protection, the brand’s enhanced standard of cleanliness,” Isenberg stated. “Redmond is a dynamic city and home to numerous tech companies, as well as a multitude of outdoor and recreational activities and we are excited to join the community.”

More information is available here.


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