Holiday Smells, Sights, and Sounds at the Woodmark Hotel on Carillon Point

Carillon Point is a beautiful stop off of Lake Street to embrace the true spirit of this season. The smells, sights, and sounds uncover experiences that become traditions every year. We encourage you to check out just some of these to let your senses take in this holiday season of 2014. Keep reading to learn how send your senses jingling all the way to the new year. 

Smells:

A step into bin on the lake restaurant and the atmosphere overtakes you. The comfortable intimate atmosphere welcomes you to a place you can call home. The local flavors of the Northwest bring beautiful delicious scents throughout the space and will satisfy your taste buds beyond anything you've ever had. Take a look out the window and experience the view that the Woodmark Hotel and Carillon Point have to offer. Beach Cafe boasts similar views with a menu inspired by the Beach that is truly amazing even in the winter. This holiday their menus will be reflective of prime rib, Christmas brunch, and all the tastes of holiday dinner. Check out their menus here.

Sights:

The Christmas Ships perform on Carillon Point right by the Woodmark Hotel every year and it is a sight unlike any other. Boats lined up all around, decorated with their best Christmas spirit as the main boat boasts Christmas music sung by a choir of carolers. Even in the cold, the community comes together to engage this tradition on Carillon Point.

Sounds:

Whether it is the simple laughter of children as they embrace our hotel dog, Woody Meg or the clink of champagne glasses to celebrate an arrival, the sounds of the Woodmark Hotel and Carillon Point embrace the season. Christmas music throughout the hotel leaves you with no choice but to sing along. The music of the Christmas Ships on Carillon Point fills the plaza with holiday cheer and even after they are gone, it's as if they remain.

Looking for a new holiday experience to become your tradition? Call 425.822.3700 to learn about all the upcoming events at the Woodmark Hotel and on Carillon Point.