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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

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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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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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

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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

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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

Wake Up on the Water

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December Special at Still Spa

December 01, 2016 - December 31, 2016. Indulge in the December Special at Still Spa Unwind from the holiday stress with a Peppermint Hot Stone Revival Massage. Featuring a peppermint body scrub, hot stone infused with essential oils, and a refreshing face massage with cool stones.  Offered December 1st - 31st, 2016 (closed December 25th) 60 minutes $120 (normally $150) | 90 minutes $140 (normally $190) Call Still Spa at 425.803.9000 to book your appointment.  Read More

Still Spa Mistle-Toe Special

December 01, 2016 - December 31, 2016. Pamper your mom, sister, spouse or friend. During the month of December, enjoy two Still Spa Luxury Peppermint Pedicures complete with complimentary Peppermint Mochas for just $100 (normally $140).  Offered December 1st - 31st, 2016 (closed December 25th) Call Still Spa at 425.803.9000 to book your appointment.  Read More

Cookie Decorating with Chef Nicole

December 10, 2016. Join us in the Living Room Lounge December 10th from 1:00 - 2:00 for this fun “Junior Chefs” event! Decorate house-made cookies with your kiddo and enjoy cocoa and holiday refreshments. Adults welcome as well, at least one adult must be present with each child. Each guest will receive half a dozen cookies to decorate, eat or take home. $10 per person (adult or child); tickets available here. Read More

Spa-La-La Event

December 20, 2016.   Join us for the ultimate holiday Passport event December 20th from 4-8 PM! Take a trip around the spa. Enjoy two peppermint express treatments, appetizers, a hot cocoa bar, champagne, expert skincare and beauty advice from Still Spa partners, exclusive retail discounts, swag bags, and a holiday gift guide for everyone on your list. $99 per person; $79 before 12/15; tickets available here. Read More

Carillon Point Christmas Ship Performance

December 22, 2016. Join us for this beloved holiday tradition on December 22nd, starting at 5:30 PM.  The popular Christmas ships will perform at Carillon Point, and we will have Dickens Carolers, warm beverages and snacks for sale, kid's activities, and a visit from Santa!  Complimentary Admission, Beverages, Snacks & S'mores Available for Purchase Read More

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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

Roasted: An Inside Look into Seattle's Coffee Culture

The Pacific Northwest is filled to the brim with coffee (pun intended), with tried and true roasters and quirky-trendy coffeehouses permeating every major city. Seattle, the most famous city for coffee, is said to consume more java than any other American city with 35 coffee shops per 100,000 residents. It’s also home to the original Starbucks, and the social atmosphere throughout favorite local coffeehouses is unlike any other. There are time-honored outposts like Espresso Vivace, where you can partake in full-bodied espresso shots and chat with true experts, and Victrola Coffee Roasters, a Jazz-era-inspired space that often hosts live music and art shows. Coffee drinkers can also be found in venues like the Tin Umbrella, set in the diverse neighborhood in Hillman City, and the ever-popular Caffè Umbria, where the Italian tradition of blending beans results in more than 15 varietals of coffee in some mixtures. Near The Woodmark in Kirkland, caffeine lovers frequent Urban Coffee Lounge and Zoka Coffee.  In any locale, it’s clear that the residents of Seattle embrace and encourage our coffee culture. And with the cooler weather forthcoming, we decided to take a look at the coffee roasting process to better understand how to create perfectly refined roast profiles and smooth blends. We checked in with the team at Dillanos Coffee Roasters to give us the inside scoop. At the Woodmark, we serve local Dillanos coffee because we strive to provide visitors with an experience that is authentic and true to place. The Seattle-based coffee outpost believes in the human element of roasting—relying on sense of smell, touch, and feel to bring out a coffee’s inherent character. As their Director of Coffee, Phil Beattie says, “The art of roasting is developing the flavor; the science of roasting is repeating it.” Their high-quality coffee, with its distinctive, refined flavor, is a pleasure to serve to our guests, and here’s why: At Dillanos, a batch of coffee takes about 18 minutes to roast, and the drum roasters can accommodate anywhere from 5 to 450 pounds per batch. Each roast is overseen by a roast master who relies on their highly trained senses to make adjustments to the process as they see fit. This is a crucial role, as small changes in temperature or timing can deeply affect the development of the coffee. After 18 minutes, the coffee is transferred to a cooling bin with cold air blowing through the bottom and fins turning the 400- to 500-degree beans. The batch then drops into a vacuum system that is calibrated specifically to suck up the weight of a coffee bean—especially important with green coffee that comes from farms and may have picked up pebbles or other earthy content. Then, it’s off to packaging where employees hand seal every bag. Throughout the entire process, the coffee is tended by people. And it’s those personal interactions from start to finish that define Dillanos. The company’s award-winning coffee selection is a result of the One Harvest Project, where coffee beans are purchased directly from coffee farmers in Central and South America, East Africa, and the South Pacific, and responsible growing practices are a must. “After receiving green coffee beans from all over the world, we’re sending roasted coffee beans [to other areas] all over the world” says Dillanos National Sales representative Glenn Adams. This favorable exchange allows the company to source great coffee beans while also contributing to opportunities for coffee farmers. Not to mention, “We believe that when the farmers can count on a customer coming back, they have the freedom and the security to invest in their processes and innovate more,” says Lauren Lyddon, Dillanos Marketing and PR Specialist. “It’s doing good in the world, and we all do better together that way." Dillanos coffee is available in coffee shops around the Seattle area including Drip City Coffee, Cafe Bambino, and Anthem Coffee and Tea in the South Sound. Woodmark guests can find Dillanos coffee in the restaurants, guest rooms, and lobby every morning. Our particular selected blend, Special Dark, is also Glenn’s personal favorite. “It provides a great flavor profile as a black coffee,” he says. “I don’t need to add anything to it in order to have a great experience. It’s been my favorite for the past 18 years.” Dillanos' other bestselling blends are Dillon’s Blend, Entrepreneur Blend, and La Familia Guzman, a Peru blend. At your next visit to the Woodmark, make sure you try a cup of Dillanos Special Dark coffee. We recommend taking in the view of the lake with a warm mug by the lobby fire.   All images courtesy of Dillanos Read More

A Kaleidoscope of Colors: Fall Foliage in Washington

As fall arrives in the Pacific Northwest, the scenery makes a swift departure from the greenery of summer. Shades of yellow, burnt orange, and scarlet blend with hints of purple in a beautiful spectrum of colors that extends from the mountain ranges to the parks of Seattle. At The Woodmark, the changing trees reflect off the serene waters of Lake Washington, with many taking on fall colors as early as mid-September and the best time to see the foliage being in early October (try Columbus Day weekend). Maples, Pacific Dogwoods, and Red Alders take on warm tones in Seattle, while Kirkland is known for Black Hawthorns and Oregon Ash trees, among many others. There are wonderful trails near the hotel, which Guest Services Supervisor Katie Focher can direct you to, including the walking path on the lake’s shore and the path that leads from the hotel to downtown Kirkland. Nearby, the fall foliage is thriving in the towns of Woodinville—make sure to stay for a wine tasting—and Issaquah, which has a trail system going through town and beneath a canopy of trees along the creek. And in Seattle, the Washington Park Arboretum offers 230 acres blanketed with Oaks, Magnolias, Birches, Poplars, and other beautiful trees. But the best way to see the fall scenery, by far, is hiking. And Katie has some wonderful insight for family-friendly (and pet-friendly) destinations close to The Woodmark.  Rattlesnake Ridge Rattlesnake Ridge is a beautiful mountain offering a forested trail dotted with mossy boulders. The path leads to Rattlesnake Ledge, an exposed rock that offers clear views of the Cedar Ridge Watershed, Mount Si, Mount Washington, Rattlesnake Lake, and Chester Morse Lake. “It’s incredibly gorgeous,” says Katie. “When you get up to the top of Rattlesnake Ridge, pack a lunch and stay up there for an hour or so and soak up the scenery.” Best View: Upper Ledge, located about 0.5 miles above Rattlesnake Ledge, offers more sweeping views to the northwest and is generally less crowded. Difficulty: Medium, 4 miles roundtrip Little Si The path to Little Si tends to attract families with children and beginner hikers. A sharp incline at the beginning of the trail quickly flattens out into woodlands and boulder fields, and the hike ends with a short push to the top. “Little Si, I would say, is the most scenic,” says Katie. “You’re walking in the woods, seeing all of the moss and the rocks and the trees.” Best View: The summit of Little Si affords panoramic views of the valley and the surrounding peaks, Mount Si and Mount Washington. Difficulty: Easy, 4.7 miles roundtrip  Big Si More formally known as Mount Si, Big Si is a strenuous hike with a spectacular reward. The trail begins with steep switchbacks, then levels out into Snag Flat where hikers can walk among enormous ancient trees. A final climb through a much younger forest reveals the slope at the top with scenic views of Mount Rainier in the distance. “The hike is a bit steep but still family-friendly,” says Katie. “The paths are wide enough for everyone.” Best View: The end of the trail is a wonderful place for a picnic and incredible fall scenery, but further exploration will expose another vantage point. Head up the stone steps near the slope and through a stretch of forest to reach the overlook for Snoqualmie Valley, Seattle, and the Olympics. Difficulty: Challenging, 8 miles roundtrip  Poo Poo Point A summit of West Tiger Mountain, Poo Poo Point was named for the steam whistles that used to sound nearby in logging days. The trail is marked by rocky slopes, vibrant deciduous trees, and the gentle creeks of Many Creeks Valley. At the point, hikers will find a picnic area and a small knoll topped with a windsock. Best View: With the right wind, hikers can see paragliders taking flight from the point. But Katie also enjoys a second overlook farther up: “You can see Issaquah, Sammamish, Lake Sammamish, and Lake Washington. It will be incredible in the fall with the leaves changing.” Difficulty: Challenging, 7.2 miles roundtrip (or 3.8 miles roundtrip on the more direct Chirico Trail)  Annette Lake The winding path to Annette Lake is one of the most beautiful in the region, flecked with waterfalls, delicate wildflowers, and glimpses of nearby mountains. The trail begins in an evergreen forest of Fir, Hemlock, and Cedar, and continues past the first falls, through level forests and rolling slopes, and finally to the north shore of the alpine lake. “It’s intense and then flattens out, intense and then flattens out,” says Katie. Best View: From the lake’s edge, hikers (and campers) can see Abiel Peak to the southwest, Silver Peak to the east, and a beautiful waterfall tumbling into the lake. Difficulty: Challenging, 7.5 miles roundtrip - - - - - - - After you have taken in Washington’s seasonal foliage, stay for some of the spectacular fall events at The Woodmark. We offer a game day shuttle across the lake for every University of Washington home football game and also host the Howl at the Moon Mutt Mixer, a costumed party for dogs and their owners, in late October. Read More

9 Ways to Indulge in Fall

The air is growing crisp, the leaves are changing colors and the sun is setting earlier. Summer has quickly turned into fall in Washington. Washington is a great place to be for fall, with all the fall festivals, pumpkin patches, orchards, and ways to take in the season. There is something for everyone to enjoy. Here are some ways that you can embrace fall to the fullest: Take a Staycation: Savor a weekend away and enjoy the flavors of fall. Bundle up in a cozy sweater and take in Lake Washington. Explore the surrounding area and let the beauty of nature sweep you away!  Pick Pumpkins: Enjoy hayrides and apple cider and find the perfect pumpkin to decorate your front porch. Make it an all-day activity and visit a pumpkin patch that has a corn maze and other fall festival activities. We recommend either Remlinger Farms, Bob's Corn Maze and Pumpkin Patch, or Fox Hollow Farm. Image: Fox Hollow Farm Visit an Apple Farm: This activity is great for families. With orchards all over Washington State, you can make it a day trip or a weekend away. Bring the apples home & create a new fall recipe. We recommend The Farm at Swan's Trail in Snohomish.  Image: The Farm at Swan's Trail Go on a Hike: Pick from one of the many trails in the Pacific Northwest. Get out and enjoy the scenic foliage and the crisp fall air. Visit Washington Trails Association to find the right hike for your level & interests.  Image: beautifulwashington.com  Celebrate Oktoberfest: This is a fall favorite! All around the state, you can find an Oktoberfest that is filled with food, drinks and fun. From Kirkland (this upcoming weekend!) to Leavenworth, this is an event you won't want to miss. Image: Kirkland Views Try Beer or Wine Tasting: Breweries and wineries all around Washington bring out new flavors for fall. They also host fall festivals with lots of great food, music, and of course, beer and wine! We recommend Elysian Brewing, Pike Brewing Company, DeLille Cellars, JM Cellars, and Chateau Ste. Michelle Image: pikebrewing.com Try a Fall Farmer's Market: Pick up fresh flowers to bring fall colors into your home. Add fresh ingredients for the recipe you've been wanting to try. We recommend the Kirkland Wednesday Market (through September), or the Ballard Farmer's Market (year-round).  Image: activelynorthwest.com Cruise to a Husky Game: University of Washington football fans will love this activity. Join in on the fun and take the boat to a Husky football game!  Support the Seahawks: Cheer on with the 12th Man at CenturyLink field! This is a unique Seattle experience and is a great way to experience some of the culture in our city.  Image: spaceneedle.com Read More

Watersports on Lake Washington

The surface of Lake Washington is often as smooth as glass in the early morning, serene and untouched except for the occasional paddling of ducks.  It’s around this time—when the sun peers over Seattle—that the first watersports enthusiasts are entering the shallows. Paddles in hand, they slip their kayaks and paddle boards into the water, and soon they are joined by small fleets of boats, jet skis, wakeboarders, and swimmers as Lake Washington becomes a playground for summer activity.  On the western shore of the lake, The Woodmark’s recreation booth, aptly named Waterfront Adventures, is already open for the day welcoming hotel guests and locals alike to one of the most beautiful destinations in the Pacific Northwest. Here families can rent kayaks, paddle boards, boats, and jet skis or reserve a driver for a gentle cruise around the lake. The watersports team is available to instruct visitors on something new or set them up with a favorite summer activity.   Our iconic yellow and blue kayaks are complimentary for hotel guests for up to four hours, available in both singles and doubles. To start your kayaking adventure, we recommend taking an easy trip to the nearby Yarrow Bay Wetlands. The serene 73-acre wildlife preserve is only accessible by water, and motorized craft are not permitted so the atmosphere is ideal for wildlife viewing. In the shallows, you may spot great blue heron, while ospreys and even bald eagles have been known to rest in the trees above. Chances are you will also see turtles, beavers, and a great variety of fish in the water. For a longer paddle, head to Juanita Bay Wetlands 5 miles to the north. The lush park is a popular picnicking spot for Kirkland and Bellevue locals, so it’s a fun stop-off during the summer.   Those with the right balance will enjoy paddle boarding on the lake and even paddle board yoga for experienced yogis. Just steer clear of fast-moving boats if you don’t want the wake to toss you into the water (though it can actually be very refreshing in August!). As for thrill seekers, our high-powered jet skis and wakeboarding boat make for an adrenaline-filled day on the water. Wakeboarding is similar to other board sports, so even visitors who are attempting it for the first time should be able to adjust quickly. For a slower, more scenic excursion, we recommend a boat cruise or a walk along the lakeside trails. When boating, the entire lake is open to you—whether you wish to circle Mercer Island or motor to Lake Washington’s shore for an up-close view of Seattle. Alongside the lake, a network of trails starts at Carillon Point, and visitors can walk among the collection of outdoor sculptures. There are also beach cruisers for rent at The Woodmark. As for renting options, Waterfront Adventures has several boats that can accommodate up to 12 people, and we also offer cruises on The Woodmark II, our vintage, 28-foot boat for six with a sleek, retro design and beautiful mahogany decks. And as the activity on Lake Washington quiets down at the end of the day, a sunset cruise on the smaller boat can be an intimate and memorable way to end your time at The Woodmark. Walk-ups are welcome, but reservations are strongly encouraged for all watersports and special events on Lake Washington. Waterfront Adventures is open from May through September and can be reached at 425-216-2257. 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

http://www.cntraveler.com/readers-choice-awards/2014/united-states/best-resorts-in-the-pacific-northwest-readers-choice-awards-2014 Read More

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

http://www.komonews.com/seattlerefined/lifestyle/Photos-Sailgating-like-a-Husky-277280361.html Read More

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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