WoodSpring expands Seattle area footprint

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US: Choice Hotels, in collaboration with West77 Partners and Hotel Management & Consulting, has announced the opening of the WoodSpring Suites Seattle Tukwila.

Located at 15637 West Valley Highway, the hotel is the third WoodSpring property to open in the greater Seattle area, joining WoodSpring Suites Seattle Redmond and WoodSpring Suites Seattle Everett.

"The opening of WoodSpring Suites Seattle Tukwila hotel marks another important milestone for the brand since Choice's acquisition and highlights our focus on thoughtfully expanding the brand's footprint to markets desired by both guests and developers," said Ron Burgett, vice president, franchise development, WoodSpring Suites, Choice Hotels.  "Over the past few years, the greater Seattle region has experienced tremendous growth, largely fueled by its robust construction and business expansion efforts, making it an ideal location to grow the WoodSpring Suites brand."

The new four-storey, 110-room property is minutes away from downtown Seattle and the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, and within driving distance to several corporate offices, including Amazon, Boeing, and Microsoft, as well as various leisure attractions. As with all WoodSpring Suites hotels, each room features an in-room kitchen equipped with a full-size refrigerator. The WoodSpring Suites Seattle Tukwila property is also 100 per cent smoke free and offers pet-friendly accommodations, family suites, a fitness centre, lobby coffee station, and guest laundry room.

"The WoodSpring Suites brand is a proven performer in the extended stay segment, and we see the opening of WoodSpring Suites Seattle Tukwila, our third WoodSpring Suites property, as an opportunity to broaden our real estate portfolio throughout the Northwest while offering great extended stay accommodations for guests," said Mike Nielson, principal and CEO at West77 Partners.


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