Turtle Bay Resort
Picture a sun-drenched island in the Pacific. A place of such natural beauty, even business seems like a breezy day in paradise. Welcome to Turtle Bay Resort on Hawaii's North Shore.
Located at 1000 First Avenue in the heart of downtown Seattle, Hotel 1000 is a world-class luxury hotel that offers distinctive amenities, sophisticated accommodations and anticipative service to provide guests with a truly customized experience.
|Spa and Fitness Center||2,342|
|Restaurant||100 seat capacity|
Hotel 1000 is committed to maintaining a leadership position in Seattle for environmental management of the property's waste stream by continually researching new options, products, and methods that enhance this objective.
Maximization of 'Inncom' – Hotel 1000's robust energy management system centrally controls all energy being utilized in every guestroom and public area. Frequent guests will enjoy a room that has been pre-set to their preferred temperature on previous stays. Conversely, when guestrooms and function space are unoccupied, Inncom disengages heating and air conditioning to these spaces.
'Green SEAL' housekeeping chemicals – Hotel 1000 utilizes an ever-growing selection of environmentally friendly products. The hotel searches out many products that are made with less energy, made with less materials, yet deliver the same service, are sold in bulk to reduce the amount of packing, are made with recycled materials, use renewable resources and not fossil fuels, have extended durability and reuse potential, and contain no toxics or less toxic chemicals.
Environmental Committee – As part of the MTM Luxury Lodging collection, Hotel 1000 is represented on an Environmental Committee to further educate and inspire fellow associates on all aspects of the Environmental Stewardship program, ensuring the highest participation and working toward changing existing mindsets about this important initiative that directly impacts business.
Recycling Waste Guideline – Hotel 1000 surpasses the City of Seattle's required recycling waste guideline of 60%.
Culture of Recycling – Hotel 1000 is committed to further enhancing a culture of recycling paper, cardboard, bottles and glass in all areas of the property – offices, function space, and food and beverage outlets.
Voluntary Towel/Linen Service – Hotel 1000 offers a voluntary towel/linen service. Linens are changed every third day unless requested to be changed sooner. Towels that are hung on racks are not replaced, unless specifically requested.
Education and Awareness – Hotel 1000 is committed to educating guests and associates on the importance of environmental stewardship and LEED initiatives with communication through the Website.
Initiatives for Guests and Residents Alike – Hotel 1000 provides its residents in Madison Tower the ability to participate in all hotel recycling and composting programs.
Partnering with Like-Minded Organizations – BOKA RESTAURANT + BAR has created partnerships with organizations that support environmental stewardship efforts. The restaurant has recognized these partners on the BOKA Website to promote a more direct impact in the community.
Sales Collateral – Hotel 1000 has created an electronic proposal, an enhanced Website and video to minimize the need for paper collateral.
In-room Amenities – Hotel 1000 offers in-room Molton Brown bath amenities in bulk dispensers to reduce excessive waste of sample size bottles.
Composting Program – Hotel 1000 handles the food waste composting program for the hotel, restaurant and residences.
Located inside the world-class luxury Hotel 1000, the Spaahh is a serene, comfortable refuge in the heart of the city. With welcoming, personalized staff and a relaxing atmosphere, the Spaahh offers customized spa and beauty treatments to rejuvenate the body and soul.
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Group rates and exclusive use of Spaahh are available for parties of six or more, including special packages for bridal parties. Reservations are recommended for group events at least two weeks in advance to secure preferred time and date.
|Monday - Friday||10:00am||7:00pm|
(206) 357 9490
Denny Fitzpatrick joined Hotel 1000 as the general manager in May 2008. His daily responsibilities include overseeing all aspects of the mixed-use luxury destination, the first in downtown Seattle to combine the services and amenities of a world-class hotel with exquisite condominium residences.
Local Husky fans might recall Fitzpatrick’s star-turn as starting quarterback for the University of Washington football team in the early 1970s. He played his last game for the Huskies in 1974, a 24-17 season-ending victory over rival Washington State Cougars to win the coveted Apple Cup. His 249 yards rushing in that game earned him “National Player of the Week” honors (and his single game rushing record still stands). For 33 years, he also held the conference single-season rushing record for quarterbacks of 697 yards until Jake Locker topped that last season.
After leaving the University of Washington, Fitzpatrick brought his competitive spirit and his highly developed leadership skills to his new pursuits in hospitality. After his illustrious football career, he quickly embraced the world of possibilities available in hospitality: His first opportunity was at the venerable Olympic Hotel in downtown Seattle, where he worked in a variety of roles for approximately five years. From there he moved to the East Coast to open the five-star Boston Harbor Hotel. Subsequently, he accepted an opportunity with Hilton Hotels, where he has worked for more than 22 years managing properties large and small and effecting positive change in every assignment.
For the past six years, just prior to joining Hotel 1000, Fitzpatrick was general manager of the Beverly Hilton, after being recruited by the hotel’s former owner, renowned entertainer and game show mogul Merv Griffin. As general manager, Fitzpatrick oversaw a multi-million dollar, multi-year renovation at this famed Beverly Hills showplace. He also orchestrated the rebranding and repositioning of the hotel enabling it to, once again, earn accolades as a host venue for the world’s elite and for high-profile Hollywood events, such as the Golden Globes. Fitzpatrick has recently helped to steward another complex, multi-million dollar proposal through a very challenging approval process to expand the Beverly Hills campus to include a new Waldorf Astoria and a luxury condominium residence.
Fitzpatrick is a native of Spokane and attended the University of Washington, where he and his wife Karen, first met. They have three adult children all of whom reside in the Pacific Northwest. Throughout his career Fitzpatrick has been involved in many community and civic organizations including: President and Member of the Board of the Beverly Hills Chamber of Commerce and Visitors Bureau; Century City Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors; the recipient of the Man of Achievement Award by the Century City Chamber of Commerce; Chairman of the Board of the Spokane Convention and Visitors Bureau; Member of the Board of Directors for the Pasadena Center; and Member of the Board of Directors for the Santa Monica Convention and Visitors Bureau.