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Spring Into Savings

Celebrate warmer weather with a lakefront getaway, including thoughtful amenities such as complimentary kayaks and complimentary late night snacks. Not to mention, enjoy 25% off Sunday through Thursday all month long! Read More

Sip & Spa

Experience the ultimate relaxation on your next Lake Washington retreat. Indulge in a luxury treatment such as a Mt. Rainier Hot Stone Massage, followed by a fantastic Pacific Northwest dinner with over 40 wines by the glass. Read More

Love on the Lake

Plan the perfect romantic getaway on Lake Washington. Enjoy 10% off Best Available Rate, luxury spa treatments, a relaxed yet sophisticated dinner, and feel free to sleep in. Read More

Wake Up on the Water

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Woodmark Hotel - Spa Offers

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Sip & Spa

Experience the ultimate relaxation on your next Lake Washington retreat. Indulge in a luxury treatment such as a Mt. Rainier Hot Stone Massage, followed by a fantastic Pacific Northwest dinner with over 40 wines by the glass. Read More

Wake Up on the Water

In addition to luxury accommodations, enjoy complimentary valet parking and a daily credit towards breakfast at our waterfront restaurant. Read More

Love on the Lake

Plan the perfect romantic getaway on Lake Washington. Enjoy 10% off Best Available Rate, luxury spa treatments, a relaxed yet sophisticated dinner, and feel free to sleep in. Read More

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Spring Into Savings

Celebrate warmer weather with a lakefront getaway, including thoughtful amenities such as complimentary kayaks and complimentary late night snacks. Not to mention, enjoy 25% off Sunday through Thursday all month long! Read More

Sip & Spa

Experience the ultimate relaxation on your next Lake Washington retreat. Indulge in a luxury treatment such as a Mt. Rainier Hot Stone Massage, followed by a fantastic Pacific Northwest dinner with over 40 wines by the glass. Read More

Wake Up on the Water

In addition to luxury accommodations, enjoy complimentary valet parking and a daily credit towards breakfast at our waterfront restaurant. Read More

Plan Ahead & Save

The best things in life are worth waiting for. Book 30 days or more in advance & receive 25% off Best Available Rate. Read More

Woodmark Hotel - Seasonal Offers

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Sip & Spa

Experience the ultimate relaxation on your next Lake Washington retreat. Indulge in a luxury treatment such as a Mt. Rainier Hot Stone Massage, followed by a fantastic Pacific Northwest dinner with over 40 wines by the glass. Read More

Spring Into Savings

Celebrate warmer weather with a lakefront getaway, including thoughtful amenities such as complimentary kayaks and complimentary late night snacks. Not to mention, enjoy 25% off Sunday through Thursday all month long! Read More

Wake Up on the Water

In addition to luxury accommodations, enjoy complimentary valet parking and a daily credit towards breakfast at our waterfront restaurant. Read More

Woodmark Hotel - Family Offers

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Plan Ahead & Save

The best things in life are worth waiting for. Book 30 days or more in advance & receive 25% off Best Available Rate. Read More

Spring Into Savings

Celebrate warmer weather with a lakefront getaway, including thoughtful amenities such as complimentary kayaks and complimentary late night snacks. Not to mention, enjoy 25% off Sunday through Thursday all month long! Read More

Wake Up on the Water

In addition to luxury accommodations, enjoy complimentary valet parking and a daily credit towards breakfast at our waterfront restaurant. Read More

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Live Music in bin on the lake: Robbie Christmas

March 01, 2017 - March 29, 2017. Each Wednesday in March from 6-9 PM, join us for live music from Robbie Christmas in bin on the lake. Robbie Christmas is an American singer, songwriter and instrumentalist best known for his pure, soulful voice, timeless lyrics and skilled musicianship. Blending folk and pop sounds with complex harmonies, Robbie’s freshman EP, “Far and Few Between”, has garnered critical acclaim from fans and fellow musicians, contributing to a loyal fan base in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. Whether he’s on the road, or playing to a hometown crowd, Robbie is driven by a desire to create music that resonates emotionally with audiences and pushes the boundaries of the expected- creating a style that is uniquely his own. A few notable performances include; singing the National Anthem in front of 68,000 NFL fans, supporting Train on their "Sail Across the Sun” cruise from Miami to Jamaica, and opening for Jakob Dylan at the “Concert on the Lake” in August, 2016. A recent US tour included stops in Nashville, Atlanta and Minneapolis. Robbie is currently working on a new EP with an expected release date in early 2017. Please call 425.803.5595 for reservations.    Read More

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Top 7 Date Ideas in Kirkland

Everyone loves a great date! We put together the perfect list of date days and date nights around Kirkland that both you and your significant other will enjoy. From indoor mini golf, to wine tasting, to relaxing and good conversation, you are sure to have an amazing time together. Here are our top 7 date ideas around Kirkland: 1. Flatstick Pub: Enjoy local beers and ciders while playing a game of indoor 9-hole mini golf! This is the perfect indoor activity on a rainy Seattle Day. Complete this date by bringing in your favorite take out before playing a round of mini-golf. 2. CANVAS Paint n’ Sip: For a more quiet date night atmosphere try paint n’ sip. Put your art skills to the test! Sign up for a night where you like the painting they will be teaching in the class, and enjoy a glass of wine, beer, cider or soda during your session! This gives you the perfect opportunity to learn together and have great conversation. 3. Relaxation at Still Spa: Unwind from your day together. Choose from a selection of treatments from Bliss massages, rejuvenating facials or luxury manicures and pedicures. After your treatments enjoy a glass of complimentary champagne in the relaxation lounge and be still together. 4. Local Wineries: Who says all dates have to be done at night? Make it a day date and stop in to the a tasting room here in downotwn Kirkland. Choose from a selection of red and white wines. We recommend Delille Cellars, right next to a number of fun boutiques.  5. Happy Hour:  Downtown Kirkland is filled with great restaurants. Stop in at Milagros and indulge in hand crafted cocktails and authentic Mexican cuisine. From Thursday- Saturday, enjoy live music in the bar starting at 7:00 pm.  6. Dinner with a view: Take part in the ultimate dining experience. Enjoy ingredients that are sourced locally in the northwest, wine that is handpicked to compliment the food menu and an amazing view of Lake Washington. 7. Coffee Date: Another date that is perfect for the morning or the afternoon. Sip on a handcrafted coffee or tea from Zoka. Stay and talk for hours or read a book and enjoy each other’s company!   There is something for everyone when it comes to dates in Kirkland. Some of these ideas are also great for double dates! Whether you want something during the day or night Kirkland has you covered.   Read More

A Southern Touch: Chef Calesa Introduces the Winter Menu at bin on the lake

Authentic Southern cuisine is a rarity in the Pacific Northwest. So at The Woodmark, where our seafood is regional and the views distinctly Washington, Southern-inspired dishes like shrimp and grits are a welcome addition to the curated menu at bin on the lake. The Southern offerings come from Sous Chef Natasha Calesa, a native of Charleston, South Carolina who has always been drawn to the Seattle area. Upon her arrival in May 2016, she began filling our kitchens with Southern essentials like collard greens, pimento cheese croquettes, and brown sugar bourbon sauce over Berkshire pork chops – making us reevaluate our idea of comfort food. The classic yet refined recipes join regional favorites like oysters on the half shell and wild king salmon for an encompassing culinary experience at bin on the lake. (The restaurant also offers more than 40 wines by the glass, showcased artistically on the wall and in the innovative wine storage system, and is a recipient of Wine Spectator’s Award-Winning Wine List Award of Excellence.) Accompanying the food and warm, sophisticated atmosphere are stunning vistas of Lake Washington and the mountains, which are visible from every table due to the restaurant’s horseshoe shape. It’s all very unlike the South, Chef Natasha notes, saying, “Charleston is known as the low country. We don’t have any mountains. Out here – it’s so beautiful.” But the scenery isn’t all that inspires her. When it came to creating the winter menu, Chef Natasha decided to cook what she knew, infusing each dish with Southern flavor while keeping in mind seasonal ingredients from the Pacific Northwest. The young chef believes that her recipes are representative of what you would find in the South, finding inspiration in homey classics and saying “Southern is simple.” Perhaps her most well-known dish – said even to be the restaurant’s new signature dish – is the shrimp and grits, made with andouille sausage, Cajun cream sauce, and scallions. Appropriately, it is her favorite dish to prepare (“It’s so Charleston, and it reminds me of home”). But she also loves traditional collard greens and the relaxing feeling that comes with cooking them in Washington (“Even though I’m far from home, I’m not too far”). The Southern fare has gone over well with Chef Natasha’s guests, who are generally surprised to see it on the menu and often ask where the chef originated. As the seasons change, bin on the lake will debut new menu items in keeping with what is locally and sustainably sourced (Not to mention several other exciting developments, like live musicians in the coming year). But Chef Natasha expects the Southern influence to remain. Those reminders of home have become an inherent part of her cooking style, even in the ever-changing kitchen at bin on the lake – where the bustling nature of the job motivates the culinary team. “Ultimately, it’s the challenge that drives me when I cook,” she says. “You never know what you’re going to walk into every day. It’s always different, which is one of the best things about it.” Read More

Wedding Trends for 2017

2017 is already off to a great start in the world of weddings. The weddings trends for this year are ones that we can see staying around for years to come. As some couples are moving away from the more traditional wedding, others are putting their own twist to it. Unique Invitations: Get your guests excited from the beginning. Couples have started adding to their invitations or choosing colors that will stand out unlike anything you’ve seen before. Couples have been using bold bright colors for the envelopes, using glow in the dark ink on their invites, adding a Polaroid picture of themselves with their wedding date (that’s also a magnet for your fridge) and so much more. This trend helps make sending invitations more fun for everyone. Metallics: The use of gold, copper, rose gold and pewter is only becoming more favorable for future brides. Brides have moved away from doing the traditional bridal party dresses and have started doing different dresses but all the same color with a pop of metallic.  Pops of metallic are also being used in bouquets, wedding décor and also cake décor.   Photo via The Knot by: PEN/ CARLSON Going Green/Brining the outside in: One of the best parts of weddings is all the flowers and how each couple arranges them differently. This trend for 2017 is going beyond just having flower arrangements. Why not have tree arrangements? Brides that want to get married outside but prefer an inside venue can now have the best of both worlds, bringing the outside in by adding larger flower arrangements with bigger braches and adding lights to them give it an outdoor feel. Want to add a more natural feel? Think about adding a piece of wood to each place setting and having your dinner menu or the escort cards on top! Dangling Décor: Filling a reception area can be tricky. You want it to look elegant but not empty. Dangling décor is perfect for this situation. You can have an arrangement of different dangling decors. Some dangling décor could include flowers with words that the bride and groom use to describe each other, twinkling lights or pictures from the bride and grooms life together.  Photo via The Knot by: LACIE HANSEN PHOTOGRAPHY Food Feasts: Traditional sit down dinners move aside, food stations and food feasts are the new trend. Couples have started to move away from traditional sit down dinners and have started a new trend of having all of their favorite foods and let their guests decide what they want to eat. A way to do this is have a bride side and a groom side, one half of the table is the groom’s favorite foods and the other side is the bride’s favorite foods. Food stations are also a good way to encourage mingling and let guests choose the food that most interests them. Gift Lounge: While this concept is great for destination weddings it works for all. The gift lounge is where you can put a variety of different gifts that you want guests to take home. They can enter and start with a bag and chose what they want to take. Gift ideas can be mini bottles of alcohol, chocolates, and snacks, magnets with the wedding date or even a glass with the bride and grooms names and wedding date on it! This trend adds a twist to the traditional wedding favor for every guest. Photo via The Knot by: MICHELLE BELLER PHOTOGRAPHY If you are getting married in 2017, consider adding some of these trends to your wedding! Put your own twist to any of these trends and make it a day, evening or night that you and your guests will never forget.  Contact our team to start planning your perfect day! 425.827.1986; celebrate@thewoodmark.com.  Read More

A Seattle Gift Guide - Experience the Emerald City

When it comes to holiday gift-giving, few gifts can beat the promise of quality time spent together with friends, family, and loved ones. Just as few cities can beat the widespread experiences of Seattle, brimming with world-class art and entertainment, inspired cuisine, and all the spectacular natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest. So in the spirit of the season, we have combined the two into an experiential gift guide perfectly compatible with your holiday getaway to The Woodmark. Here are our top gifts of the season: A Culinary Tour of Pike Place Market Photo: Savor Seattle Discover the rich flavors and incredible culture of one of Seattle’s greatest attractions. On the Signature Food Tour of Pike Place Market, Savor Seattle leads guests to seven market vendors to taste sweet and savory pastries, famous cheddar cheese, crab cakes, and other delicacies. On the 2-hour tour—including 16 tastings—you will meet the market’s characters, learn about throwing fish, see cheese being made, and hear the secrets behind the first Starbucks store. $42 A Day at the Spa At Still Spa, our luxurious face and body rituals and targeted therapeutic treatments are the perfect gift for anyone on your holiday list. Our signature massage, the Bliss Massage, uses aromatherapy and intentional vibrational oils to soothe the body, while the Aroma Design Bar Customized Journey allows guests to create a unique blend of organic, wild-crafted essential oils for the massage. As a bonus, guests can even take the product home after the massage. For facials, look to our Intraceutical and Circadia treatments. Prices vary Lift Tickets Photo: The Summit at Snoqualmie Between the Cascade and Olympic Mountains, there are incredible opportunities for skiing and snowboarding within an hour and a half of Seattle. At The Summit at Snoqualmie, the closest ski mountain at 52 miles east of the city, there are nearly 2,000 acres of skiable terrain, more than 500 acres of backcountry trails, and a terrain park with a superpipe. Other nearby ski mountains are Stevens Pass, 82 miles northeast of Seattle, and Crystal Mountain, 82 miles southeast in Mount Rainier National Park. Adult full-day tickets starting at $66 A Chocolate Tasting Photo: Savor Seattle Seattle is famous for coffee, but many visitors may not know of the rich chocolate history that is reflected today in the 50 plus chocolatiers across the city. From decadent cheesecake to truffles to lemon pepper white chocolate, the delicacy can be enjoyed best on the Chocolate Indulgence Tour with Savor Seattle. The 2-hour experience takes visitors to talented chocolatiers like Cupcake Royale, Chocolate Box, Dahlia Bakery, and indi chocolate for 15 plus tastings and some expert insight into Seattle’s chocolate culture. $52  Snowshoeing the Pacific Northwest One of the most inspiring ways to see Washington in the winter is on a snowshoe trek, and with the US Forest Service, there is the added bonus of learning about the ecology of the environment. From January to March, rangers lead Guided Snowshoe Walks through the Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest, visiting stunning locations such as Snoqualmie Pass and Stevens Pass. Snowshoes and poles are provided.  $15 – 25 A Seattle Cooking Class Photo: Aran Goyoaga Located on the corner of 70th St. and Alonzo Ave., The Pantry was born from a family of friends with a true love of food. A self-dubbed community kitchen, the Seattle favorite is known for bringing people together with five-course family-style dinners, food swaps, and culinary camps for children. Perhaps best of all are their cooking classes, which cover everything from Contemporary Comfort Food to The Persian Kitchen. The classes tend to book up quickly (often months in advance), so make sure to plan ahead. Prices vary Read More

A Season of Wonder: Holiday Events Around The Woodmark

From classic holiday traditions like The Nutcracker to family gatherings wrapped in the wintry surroundings of the Pacific Northwest, Washington comes alive with holiday spirit each December. At The Woodmark, we’ve compiled a spectacular event calendar to brighten up any holiday escape around Lake Washington. Paired with hotel specials like Peppermint Hot Stone Revival Massages at Still Spa and complimentary holiday beverages in our Living Room Bar, here are the events we are most looking forward to this season around The Woodmark, Bellevue, Kirkland, and the nearby Emerald City. Local Holiday Events Bellevue Magic Season Ice Arena   Ashwood Park in Bellevue | Nov. 25 – Jan. 8 Be it with family or that special someone, there’s something magical about ice-skating in the outdoor rink at Ashwood Park next to the downtown Bellevue Library. The region’s largest open-air ice skating offers festive shelter for all-weather skating, seasonal fare, music, and special events such as a free skating day. Skate rentals are included with the ticket price: $12 per person and $9 for children 8 and younger. The Nutcracker   Photo: Elise Bakketun Pacific Northwest Ballet in Seattle | Nov. 25 – Dec. 28 A spectacular holiday tradition is coming to the Pacific Northwest Ballet in downtown Seattle. George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker follows the classic story of Clara and the Nutcracker as they battle the Mouse King and journey to the Land of Sweets. Balanchine’s renowned touches make the performance truly memorable for all ages. And on opening weekend, Nov. 25 – 27, there will be free festivities with the performance including a Nutcracker dance class, roaming magicians, keepsake crafts, and photo opportunities. Tickets are available online. Snowflake Lane / Celebration Lane Downtown Bellevue | Nov. 25 – Dec. 31 Winter nights in Bellevue get even more enchanting with the return of Snowflake Lane. The holiday tradition on Bellevue Way features live toy soldier drummers, animated snow characters, music, and sparkling lights—all beneath falling snow each night. After Christmas Day, the experience becomes Celebration Lane, a festive gathering with colorful lights, dancing drummers, music, and bubbles falling from the sky to celebrate the coming year. Bellevue Botanical Garden d’Lights   Photo: Nicole Smelson Bellevue Botanical Garden | Nov. 26 – Dec. 31 Illuminated by more than half a million lights, the Bellevue Botanical Garden transforms each holiday season into a blossoming winter wonderland. Beautiful plants and beloved critters—such as Charlotte in her web—are placed throughout the holiday scene, which has expanded this year to feature a magical new route. The Woodmark can arrange complimentary shuttle service to the garden, where a walkthrough is $5 per person and free for children 10 and younger.  Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship Festival Lake Washington | Dec. 18 – 23 A Pacific Northwest tradition since 1949, the Argosy Cruises Christmas Ship Festival brings holiday spirit to the region with on-board festivities and choirs that can be heard from shores along the Puget Sound. Enjoy the musical performances from Carillon Point on Dec. 22 and Kirkland on Dec. 23, or climb aboard the ships for a night of caroling, holiday crafts, children’s activities, and visits with Santa as you sail around Lake Washington. Tickets are available online. Woodmark Holiday Events Lobby Gingerbread Display    Lobby at The Woodmark | Dec. 15 – 31 In the spirit of winter, a magnificent gingerbread village comes to the lobby at The Woodmark. Created by talented local companies here at Carillon Point, the village embodies this year’s theme of “Quintessentially Kirkland” and takes guests on a journey through the neighborhood’s landmarks in sweet confection form. Vote for your favorite, and keep an eye out for our beloved black lab, Meg, in each display. Mixology Class The Woodmark | Dec. 3 Treat yourself and your guests this holiday season with handcrafted cocktails. The Woodmark is hosting our first ever holiday mixology class where our master bartenders will teach you the art of making holiday cocktails. Each guest will also receive a discount bin on the lake. Tickets are $25 per person. Cookie Decorating with Chef Nichole    Living Room Lounge at The Woodmark | Dec. 10 The youngest chefs in the family are invited to a cookie decorating holiday party with Chef Nichole. Parents can assist children in decorating house-made cookies while enjoying a festive atmosphere with cocoa and holiday refreshments. Adults are welcome as well. Take your cookies home or eat them as soon as they are iced. Tickets are $10 per person for six cookies. Spa-La-La Event   Still Spa at The Woodmark| Dec. 20 Holiday relaxation would not be complete without a trip to Still Spa. Pamper yourself with two peppermint express treatments, then enjoy appetizers, a hot cocoa bar, and champagne as you chat with friends and Still Spa partners offering expert skincare and beauty advice. There will be exclusive retail discounts, swag bags, and a holiday gift guide for last-minute ideas. Tickets are $99 per person or $79 per person if purchased prior to Dec. 15. Read More

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Woodmark Named in Top 5 Best Hotels in Seattle

Nestled in the über-upscale suburb of Kirkland (guests here share vistas with Bill Gates' mansion), The Woodmark Hotel feels more like an exclusive resort than a hotel. Basic amenities include complimentary "Raid the Pantry" late-night snacks, cozy in-room chenille throws, 42-inch flat-screen TVs and Molton Brown toiletries. And then there's Woody Meg, the hotel's pet Labradoodle, official complaints department manager and host of the dog-friendly "yappier" hour (held every Wednesday from late May through September). Recent travelers were really impressed with their dinner at the Bin on the Lake restaurant and the stellar service staff throughout the hotel. The Beach Café is another waterfront dining option that guests love for its fresh fish selection. Read More

Woodmark Named #4 in Conde Nast Traveler's Reader's Choice Best Resorts of the Pacific Northwest

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Seven Sensation Spas- Still Spa in Kirkland

http://www.seattlemag.com/article/seven-sensational-spas-seattle-and-eastside Still Spa at the Woodmark Hotel 1200 Carillon Point, Kirkland; 425.803.9000; woodmarkstillspa.com The newly renovated and gorgeous Still Spa is located in the glamourous waterfront Woodmark Hotel in Kirkland. Our experience there was heavenly with friendly staff and beautiful, natural lighting upon entry. Still Spa has recently been remodeled with new carpeting, soothing blue hues, ambient lighting, a private mani/pedi corner and a fully stocked locker room including a dry sauna. The spa menu is highly customizable for your needs. What to Book: We experienced the signature massage, which was so incredibly relaxing that it put us into somewhat of a trance. Follow it up with a customizable facial addressing all types of skin. Read More

Husky Sailgating with the Woodmark Hotel in Seattle

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Woodmark to Host Fish Frolic in Kirkland, WA

More than a dozen Pacific Northwest artists and the Kirkland community will come together for the Kirkland Fish Frolic Gala. Hosted by the Woodmark Hotel, impassioned Seattle art and community supporters will have the exclusive opportunity to bid on over two dozen uniquely embellished fish sculptures from 5:30-9:30 p.m. on Sept. 25. The reception-style event will also feature food from Woodmark’s award-winning chefs as well as drinks, and a performance by the Lake Washington Symphony Orchestra Ensemble. The gala and auction marks the culmination of a yearlong program that saw the commissioned works exhibited throughout Kirkland-area festivals. Proceeds will benefit Kirkland community programs and Lake Washington School’s Foundation. Tickets for the event are $100. The Woodmark Hotel is located at Carillon Point in Kirkland. For more information visit http://www.bit.ly/fishfrolic. Read More



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