Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Visiting Seattle? Stay in a Pineapple hotel and explore the city on a bike!

My family had the opportunity to stay at Hotel FIVE, a Pineapple Hospitality hotel, a few weeks back as part of a press tour. We loved the hotel and though everything was fabulous.  I highly recommend that hotel as an option if you're visiting Seattle. And now there's even more reason to stay at Hotel FIVE or one of the other Pineapple hotels- you can check out a bike for free and explore the city! Details below:
Guests can now ride in style with the complimentary guest bike program at all Pineapple Hospitality hotels. The hotel management division of Columbia West Properties has extended its complimentary guest bike program to its entire portfolio of Seattle properties: Hotel FIVE, The Maxwell Hotel, University Inn and Watertown Hotel.
            “Seattle is a very bikeable city and our guest bike program has been a popular guest amenity at The Maxwell Hotel,” said Michelle Foreman Barnet, president of Pineapple Hospitality. “We can’t wait for all of our guests to be able to enjoy the program at each of our properties and explore the city in a fun, fit way.”
            All four of Pineapple Hospitality’s hotels have a fleet of Torker® T300 commuter bikes and helmets available for guest rentals on a first-come, first-served basis. The three-speed bikes are constructed out of lightweight aluminum alloy tube and feature rear coaster brakes.
            With hotels in Seattle’s downtown, Queen Anne and University District communities, Pineapple Hospitality hotels each feature distinct characteristics and are ideally located for those who want to tour the city, whether by foot, bike, car or public transportation.
Located in the heart of downtown, the bold and vibrant Hotel FIVE is the newest “Piece of the Pineapple” and offers colorful urban décor fit for the hip traveler. The Maxwell Hotel features chic art-inspired elements throughout and is located in Seattle’s lower Queen Anne neighborhood, just steps from Seattle’s arts scene including Teatro Zin Zanni, Intiman Theatre and McCaw Hall. Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, University Inn welcomes guests to the University District with features including retro décor and outdoor swimming pool. Also located in the University District is Watertown Hotel, a refreshing nautical-inspired hotel, just minutes from the University of Washington main campus.
Other amenities and guest services at all Pineapple Hospitality hotels include dog-friendly accommodations, complimentary pineapple cupcakes, complimentary hotel-wide WiFi access, Tommy Bahama bath amenities, Keurig coffee makers and more.
For more information about Pineapple Hospitality and its hotels, or to make reservations, visit or call (866) 866-7977. Pineapple Hospitality can also be found on Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest.

Disclosure: As mentioned a few weeks back, I did receive a complimentary stay at Hotel FIVE. I received no additional compensation for this post.


mrsshukra said...

Haven't had Little Caesar's in a long time so this would be nice!

Shemp DeYoung said...

We eat Little Caesar's at least once a week. And they have no rules ... well one rule.