Seattle Hospitality Market – Northgate Hotels Becomes 360 Hotel Group

The competitive hotel market of Seattle, Washington, welcomes 360 Hotel Group, formerly Northgate Hotels. 360 Hotel Group, possesses a portfolio of three hotels and a restaurant, covering the North Seattle market.

The name change for this hotel group was an essential part of the rebranding, as it better represents the true growth of the company and its strategy to become a full service hospitality business. “The name 360 Hotel Group shows our full circle of services including ownership, management, operations, training, and investment in hotels and food and beverage. The rebranding and many renovations allow us to focus our services on what we do best, and that is provide value to our customer by delivering a unique, comfortable, and convenient experience at any of our hotels. Included in the full circle is delivering superior service with thoughtful amenities such as complimentary easy-access lobby business centers, refrigerators and microwaves in all guestrooms, complimentary shuttle service and complimentary breakfast. That combination of service and amenities is the key value proposition we offer,” described Shaiza Damji, Managing Director of the company.

The new Hotel Nexus Seattle in North Seattle marks the hotel groups' move into the boutique market. Replacing the former Ramada Inn, the fresh and colorful 169 room full service hotel houses the Berkshire Grill, a popular neighborhood steak and seafood restaurant featuring live jazz on Friday and Saturday nights and a comprehensive Pacific Northwest wine list. Other properties include the Hampton Inn and Suites in the heart of Lynnwood, Washington's shopping district, and the newly expanded and renamed Best Western Navigator Inn and Suites in Everett, Washington, featuring an aviation and navigation theme reflecting its proximity to the Boeing 747, 777 and 787-Dreamliner Assembly Plant and the Future of Flight Interpretive Center.