The Mayflower Park Hotel has always felt like a home away from home, but
now more than ever that soothing feeling brings our clients back. As a
special thank you and treat to our many loyal clients, we are offering a
new “Comforts of Home Special,” said Stacia Williams, Director of Sales &
Marketing for the 1927 National Trust Historic Hotel of America(R) member.
In this day and age the comforts and congeniality of a European style,
locally owned and operated hotel make all the difference in the world.
Somehow it’s just a little bit more like home to check into a family
operated hotel. And now, staying close to home is also easier with our new
complimentary wireless high speed (WI-FI) internet access. To help our
guests unwind from a long day of travel, we are also proud to offer a
complimentary wine reception on every Wednesday.
The Comforts of Home Special puts travelers in the center of Seattle’s
vibrant downtown: steps away from the famous Pike Place Market; connected
to Westlake Center and the Monorail; across the street from Nordstrom and
Bon- Macy’s; close to the Seattle Center with the new $125 million McCaw
Rates for the Mayflower Park Hotel “Comforts of Home Special,” start at
$139.00 for a comfortable Classic Guestroom; $159 for a Deluxe Room; and
$179 for a spacious Suite. Stay over on a Wednesday and join us for a
complimentary wine reception. Reservations: 206-382-6990, 800-426-5100 or
e-mail at [email protected] This special offer starts April
1 and is good through June 30, 2004. Rates are based on a space available
Built in 1927, the beautifully renovated Mayflower Park Hotel is one of
the last remaining locally owned and independent hotels in the Seattle
area. It is a member of The National Trust Historic Hotels of America(R)
that includes such other notables as The Greenbrier in West Virginia; The
Brown Palace in Denver; and The Plaza in New York. The hotel is also home
to the award-winning Martini bar, Oliver’s, and Seattle’s Best
Mediterranean Restaurant, Andaluca Restaurant.
Located at 405 Olive Way in Seattle, the Mayflower Park Hotel is operated
by local owners Birney and Marie Dempcy and managed by Paul Ishii, General