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B+H Architects Completes Hilton Garden Inn

New Hotel Opens Amidst Pandemic with Strategic Architectural Design

December 02, 2020
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B+H Architects, a leading global architecture and design firm completed the full design of the Hilton Garden Inn Anderson Park in Redmond, located 20 miles east of Seattle.



Following the Hilton Garden Inn brand standards and adapting them to the Redmond area to create a more boutique lifestyle environment, the B+H Architects integrated hyper-local influences into the design to create a stronger sense of place. With flexible and ample outdoor areas, the team designed a property that is resilient by design. Abundant outdoor spaces allow guests to socially distance and multi-functional spaces enable the hotel team to transition areas depending on need.




Redmond, located 20 miles east of Seattle.



B+H Architects



Oct. 19, 2020


Key Aspects? 

The six-story, lifestyle hotel located in downtown Redmond is part of Redmond’s “Downtown Vision 2030” plan aimed at spurring further development and economic vitality in the area. The project’s main public levels are anchored around indoor- and outdoor-living concepts with large terraces and firepits. The second level of the hotel features a series of conference rooms that range in size and extend outside through sliding-door access. The outdoor cafe on the hotel’s street-level features windows and doors that open up, allowing for flexibility within the cantilevering roof that gently envelopes the space. Lastly, the ballroom can be divided into three separate rooms, depending on demand from corporate and leisure guests. The Hilton Garden Inn Anderson Park also includes a fitness facility, business center, and meeting rooms along with a keyless entry for minimal-touch access. 

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