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Woodmark Hotel offers new meeting space

The Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa, www.thewoodmark.com, the only hotel on Lake Washington and the Pacific Northwest’s premier destination for meetings and special events, announced today it has added flexible meeting and event space in order to meet client demand. With these new lakeside spaces, the luxury hotel aims to leverage its intimate waterfront setting to enable productive business meetings and events.

“We’re anticipating pent-up demand for small conferences and meetings as we emerge from the recession,” said Brian Flaherty, general manager, The Woodmark Hotel. “Many of our forward-looking tech clients have requested more flexible off-site space to facilitate productive brainstorming and team-building. Our clients have taught us that PowerPoint presentations are only one aspect of a successful business meeting. State-of-the-art AV and wireless HSIA are minimum standard must-haves for today’s time-challenged planner; combine those features with good old-fashioned creative team building exercises like badminton or bocce ball on the lakeside lawns at the Woodmark, along with restaurant quality food and beverage service, and you have an unbeatable combination.”

ocated adjacent to the Lake Washington Ballroom, the newly refurbished, flexible event space at The Woodmark Hotel includes three separate and distinct function areas, which can also be combine to be used as a whole.

For more information on The Woodmark Hotel’s new event space or to arrange a meeting or a special occasion, please call 425.827.1986 or visit www.thewoodmark.com.

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