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Executive Hotel Pacific

Executive Hotel Pacific

400 Spring Street

Seattle, Washington 98104

Written by Beth Garrett
The Executive Pacific Plaza is a quaint historic hotel that is located in the heart of Seattle, Washington. Originally constructed in 1928, the hotel recently underwent an extensive multi-million dollar renovation project. New design touches include intricate marble work as well as a spectacular lobby entrance. The Executive Pacific Plaza Hotel is ideal for both business and leisure travelers. The hotel successfully blends Old World charm with modern day conveniences that world savvy travelers have come to expect from high-end hotels. The Executive Pacific Plaza Hotel is the proud recipient of the 3-Diamond AAA rating and with good reason. The
highly professional, extremely courteous staff is always on hand to make sure that each and every guest?s stay is as comfortable and relaxing as possible. The Executive Pacific Plaza is located near many of Seattle?s most popular destinations. Area attractions include the famous Pike Place Market, the Seattle Aquarium and the Space Needle. Seattle is a laid back city, perhaps one of the most beautiful in the United States. The city is absolutely exploding with cultural events, phenomenal dining and exciting shopping. Many travelers will be planning their next trip back to the city before
Executive Hotel Pacific Lobby
they have even left it. To experience the cozy charm of Seattle to the fullest, book a room at the Executive Pacific Plaza Hotel.

Relaxing Accommodations

The Executive Pacific Plaza Hotel boasts 160 guest rooms spread out over eight floors. All accommodations have been renovated and refurbished in the last two years. The theme throughout the hotel is Eurasion. Soft colors and rich wood furniture merge to create a tranquil environment. Guests will literally feel themselves sinking into a state of relaxation. The opulent bathrooms make bathing an entirely new experience. The accommodations are spacious and guests may choose between rooms with
either one queen size bed or two double beds. Maximum occupancy is four people. Check-in is at 4:00 p.m. and check-out is at 11:00 a.m. Children ages 16 years and younger stay at the Executive Pacific Plaza Hotel free of charge. Handicap accessible and non-smoking rooms are available upon request.

Five-Star Amenities

Although the design of the accommodations at the Executive Pacific Plaza Hotel lend an air of times gone past, the in-room amenities are as up to the times as those in other modern day hotels. Each guest room has a remote controlled color cable
Executive Hotel Pacific Guest Room
television with the option of pay-per-view movies. The direct dial telephones are equipped with voice mail and modem/data port connections. Other in-room amenities include iron, ironing board, hair dryer, coffee maker, alarm clock radio and electronic door locks. Complimentary newspapers are delivered to guests? rooms each morning. The staff at the Executive Pacific Plaza Hotel provides their guests with various services to ensure that each and every guest walks away from their stay at the hotel with the feeling that they were more than adequately taken care of. In-hotel services include dry cleaning, housekeeping and wake-up call. The hotel?s concierge
Executive Hotel Pacific Guest Room
is on hand to point guests in the direction of Seattle?s most popular attractions. The concierge will be more than happy to help secure dinner reservations at an area restaurant or tickets to a night at the theater. Guests may start their day off by enjoying a delicious breakfast in the lounge which is located off of the lobby.

Location

The Executive Plaza Hotel is located at 400 Spring Street in the heart of Seattle, Washington. The hotel is just minutes away from all of the wonderful sights and sounds that make Seattle one of the most wonderful cities to visit in the United States including the Seattle Art Museum and Pioneer Square.
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