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Van Gogh Goes to Seattle!

The Historic Mayflower Park Hotel and
the Seattle Art Museum make seeing this rare exhibit easy for the
out-of-town traveler with the hotel’s Van Gogh Goes to Seattle Package.
Why travel all the way to Holland when you can stay in Seattle and see the
seventy-five masterpeices on display from the Kroller-Muller Museum? Only
one other city in the US will host this exceptional exhibit including
paintings by Vincent Van Gogh, Georges Seurat, Pablo Picasso, Ferdinand
Leger, and Piet Mondrian. An added bonus is that the Mayflower Park Hotel
is within a short walking distance to the Seattle Art Museum.
The Van Gogh Goes to Seattle Package includes two Hotel Priority
Fast-Track Tickets to the exhibit (no standing in line at this very
popular exhibit!), a special Van Gogh keepsake book, a beautifully
appointed classic or deluxe room, valet parking and all taxes included.
The Seattle Art Museum is conveniently located within walking distance of
the hotel or Metro Transit’s ride free area provides another easy option
to and from the exhibit.

The Van Gogh Goes to Seattle Package starts at $219 for a beautifully
renovated classic guest room and $239 for a deluxe room. This package is a
$50 savings over individually purchased tickets and guestrooms.
Reservations: 206-382-6990, 800-426-5100 or e-mail at
[email protected] Rates and tickets are based on a space
available basis.

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’s retail core, the Mayflower Park
Hotel is operated by local owners Birney and Marie Dempcy and managed by
Paul Ishii, General Manager.