Arctic Club Hotel Seattle
Hotel Features. Formerly a men's club, the historical Arctic Building is home to the Arctic Club Hotel Seattle. The building is a designated landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Arctic Club Hotel Seattle features early 1900s architecture with Alaskan marble foyers and stairways, Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition artifacts, original art and 27 molded walrus heads. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the JUNO restaurant offers seasonal menus and Northwest cuisine using organic and eco friendly ingredients. The Polar Bar serves top shelf drinks and an afternoon daily High Tea. Event space includes three dome rooms with filtered, natural light, gilded Rococo carved motifs, historic frescos, and stained glass walls and ceilings. Complimentary wireless Internet access is provided throughout the hotel.
Guestrooms. The 120 guestrooms at the Arctic Club Hotel Seattle feature large windows and high ceilings. Beds contain 310 thread count Egyptian cotton linens and goose down pillows. Bathroom amenities include Kiehl's spa products, bathrobes and jetted tubs in select rooms. Wireless Internet access and DVD players are provided.
Expert Tip. One block from the Arctic Club Hotel Seattle is the Bank of America Tower, the second tallest building west of the Mississippi. Cascade and Olympic Mountain, Puget Sound, downtown Seattle, and Lake Washington can be seen from the observation deck on the 73rd floor.
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Partner Reviews: Arctic Club Hotel Seattle
GORGEOUS hotel! We had our holiday party in the ballroom and it was so beautiful. The drinks were good and the food was DELISH! Didn't st...
I just went to an event at the Arctic Hotel - it was a beautiful and unique venue with great catering!!
We are in the process of planning a 2009 spring wedding. My bride to be and I have been speaking with many of the upper tier hotels in the downtown area for availability, pricing information, etc.... At the other venues the Catering /event planning teams have bent over backwards to make us feel as if they really want our business, quick responses to our e-mail and phones calls, significant time on the phone answering our questions, late evening tours of the facalities, etc... Our communication with Arctic Club started out as a pretty standard e-mail exchange. Things quickly started to go down hill after that. I called and spoke with the wedding coordinator who after telling me that our date was available, told me he was not authorized to discuss pricing information or the planning process.. He scheduled an appointment with the DIrector of Catering the next day. The next day we called at the designated time to discuss our quesitons with the Director of Catering. She did not anwser her phone. We called back 5 mins later, still no answer. We called the front desk who transfered us to someone else who was not answering their phone. We finally got in touch with the hotel manager who tracked down the Director of Catering for us. When we were connected to the director there was apology for being late or for wasting close to 20 mins of our time tracking her down. She was sounded very frustrated and very short in her answers. She quickly told us the date we had confirmed the day before was no longer available and ended the call. If this is how they treat potential customers I can only imagine what treatment we would have gotten once they had us obligated through a contract. Weddings and receptions are very expensive. There are plenty of venues in the Seattle area that are happy to have your business and do a wonderful job of making you feel good about discussing their venues. I would highly suggest staying away from Arctic Club, weddings are stressful enough.