The Heathman Hotel, Kirkland’s premier, full-service luxury hotel, is supporting breast cancer awareness and research with the launch of an all pink guest room. During October, The Heathman Hotel will donate 100 percent of proceeds from reservations of this pink inspired room to the Puget Sound Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure.

The stunning guest room, located on the fourth floor of the hotel, has been redecorated to incorporate all pink items such as bed linens, towels, bathrobes, soaps, bathmats, as well as kitchen items such as the coffee maker and coffee-service display. The carpet, drapery and artwork have also been altered to incorporate the pink theme. When possible, the Heathman staff purchased items from the suite that benefit the Susan G. Komen Foundation.

“We are honored and excited to partner with the Komen Puget Sound Affiliate and to have the privilege of offering our all pink guest room to travelers from all over the world,” said Les Utley, general manager of the Heathman Hotel. “We hope that reservations will boost efforts to combat this disease here in the Seattle area.”

The pink guest room will be available to reserve from Oct. 1 through Oct. 31 and will be available to book online at www.heathmankirkland.com.  In addition, the Heathman Hotel will donate an additional $1 for each Facebook “like” that its page receives in October (up to 1,000 likes). To like the page on Facebook, visit facebook.com/heathmankirk.

The Heathman Kirkland thanks the following local vendors for their generous contributions of providing labor and furnishings to complete the room: Everlasting Floor Company, Allied Restoration, Pro-Source Seattle, Queen Anne Upholstery, Palettes and Pairings, and Fena Flowers.

The Penterra Spa inside the Heathman is also doing some specials this month to celebrate Breast Cancer Awareness. Here is the information about that:

 

“Think Pink” Services

Penterra Spa is thinking pink this month in support of Breast Cancer Awareness Month by offering three “Think Pink” spa services. All proceeds from “Think Pink” services will benefit the Puget Sound Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen Foundation for Breast Cancer Research.

  • “Think Pink” Facial: A Phytomer facial begins with a skin analysis to determine exact skin needs. Expert Estheticians will then cleanse, exfoliate, nourish and hydrate skin. Service includes a choice of brow or lip wax and a paraffin hand treatment. (60 minutes/$99)
  • “Think Pink” Body Bliss: Melt your troubles away in a unique hydrotherapy tub for 30 minutes with scented bath salts, then enjoy a relaxing 30-minute massage.  (60 minutes/$99)
  • “Think Pink” Manicure and Pedicure: The real pink deal! Treatment includes foot soak, exfoliation, masque, nail shaping and a relaxing foot massage performed with pink Vanilla-Plum scented ingredients. Service concludes with signature Susan G. Komen “Pink of Hearts” shatter polish or “I think in Pink” by OPI.

Manicure (45 minutes/$40)

Pedicure (60 minutes/$55)

“Think Pink” specials will be available through Oct. 31, 2011.

About The Heathman Hotel in Kirkland

The Heathman Hotel in Kirkland located on Seattle’s eastside provides guests with the ultimate in gracious service in an ambience of understated elegance and comfort.  The property has garnered the AAA of Washington Four Diamond Award, an indicator of excellence which promises travelers an unparalleled lodging experience. The Heathman Hotel features 91 classic guest rooms and suites; the 5,000-square-foot Penterra Spa, complete with a sanctuary room, individualized treatment spaces and deluxe fitness center; 2,500 square-feet of meeting and event space; and Trellis, a 90-seat wine country inspired restaurant and bar helmed by Chef Brian Scheehser.  Trellis’ rustic, robust menu evolves with the seasons, often featuring items from Scheehser’s own 10-acre farm.  For reservations and information, visit http://heathmankirkland.com/ or call (425) 284-5800 / (866) 997-5475.

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