The Heathman Kirkland Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Walking distance to Lake Washington, shops and restaurants
- Complimentary Wi-Fi, bicycle rentals, SUV service, newspapers and turndown service
- Frommer's praises "beautiful" Kirkland's "combination of urban scenery, suburban gentility, and sheer nature"
- Popular on-site restaurant, Trellis, offers fresh farm-to-table cuisine and an outdoor terrace
Across Lake Washington from Seattle, the town of Kirkland features charming shops and restaurants just a stone's throw from natural wonders and award-winning vineyards.
Located in the heart of Kirkland, The Heathman Hotel is within walking distance of the town's lakefront shopping district, with art galleries, boutiques, restaurants and theaters.
At the hotel, guests can relax in 4-star luxury, including complimentary turndown service and twice-daily housekeeping service, plus French press coffee, cotton robes and Gilchrist & Soames bath products in each room. Complimentary Wi-Fi is available throughout the property.
The on-site restaurant, Trellis, is a destination restaurant for locals. Its seasonal menu features ingredients that come directly from executive chef Brian Scheehser's 10-acre farm. Other items on the farm-to-table menu come from artisan farmers, foragers and ranchers.
Guests can borrow bicycles from the resort, and pedal along the shore of Lake Washington, three blocks from the hotel's front door. Alternatively, guests can take a complimentary SUV service within a 10-mile radius of the hotel, ideal for shopping or for a trip to Washington's oldest winery, Chateau Ste. Michelle.