Embassy Suites by Hilton Seattle Downtown Pioneer Square is open for business and events. The 282-key, full-service hotel is located next to the King Street Station and features two towers, one with the main lobby, hotel amenities, rooms and suites, and the second housing the King St. grand ballroom, outdoor event terrace, indoor pool and leased office space. The hotel offers 17 room styles, from premium and penthouse suites to two-bedroom suites. Amenities include dining at Seattle’s iconic 13 Coins eatery and the inviting Zephyr lobby bar, in addition to a fitness center and complimentary made-to-order breakfasts in the morning and drinks and snacks each night. 

The hotel’s column-free, 7,433-square-foot King St. ballroom features high ceilings and natural light, and seats 545 theater-style. It includes a multiuse pre-function area with a built-in bar, registration office and skypad; an executive boardroom adjacent to a business center; a six-story atrium for welcome receptions; and a landscaped outdoor courtyard. 

The home of Rockford’s new entrepreneurial event space may date back to the 1920s, but Rockford City Market is primed to showcase future creatives and makers of all kinds.

 

Want to add a literary flavor to your next event–literally? Host a gathering at a library to add a scholarly tone to your fête. You could even go all-in with a literature-themed dress code. Here are some suggestions for a “novel” approach to event planning.

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When you're in the mountains, it’s truly difficult to be bored. From skiing and snowboarding to hiking and climbing, the U.S. Mountain West and western Canada know how to keep things interesting when it comes to outdoor activities. But sometimes, the best way to enjoy the mountains is to sit back and take in the expansive views. Take your meetings to the mountains without the heavy snow gear and winter boots by hosting your next event on a rooftop venue surrounded by breathtaking mountains.