Right now Hotel Indigo is offering a Local Livin’ Staycation Package to give you a break from your cabin fever! Take in the waterfront from a boat, the walking path, or just enjoy the view from your room. (Photo: Port of Everett)

Right now Hotel Indigo is offering a Local Livin’ Staycation Package to give you a break from your cabin fever! Take in the waterfront from a boat, the walking path, or just enjoy the view from your room. (Photo: Port of Everett)

Feeling blue? Why not try a seaside staycation!

Nautical, walkable, pet friendly Hotel Indigo offers a break from the ordinary

If you’re sick of your home office view, tired of your roommates, or desperate to escape the repetition of shelter-in-place, what are your options?

A tropical vacation may be off-limits right now, but that doesn’t mean you can’t take a break from your routine. Back away from the dirty dishes and trade your tired scenery for a 180-degree view of Port Gardner Bay, the marina and the Olympic mountains.

“Hotel Indigo wants to offer local residents a little escape from the daily grind,” says Mike West, General Manager at Hotel Indigo. “Just pack your bags and we’ll take care of the rest!”

Nautical Escape

Have your own boat? Hotel Indigo is conveniently accessible from land and sea, with the Port of Everett Marina guest docks just steps from your room. It’s free to moor during the day and $1.50 per foot overnight. If you don’t have a boat you can rent kayaks or stand up paddle boards from the port to engage in a little marine therapy.

“Sadly the Jetty Island ferry isn’t running this year, but you can still visit the island if you have your own boat,” West says. Sink your toes into the sand, watch for birds and take advantage of the extra social distancing space.

After a day on the water drop anchor at the Jetty Bar & Grille and let someone else take care of dinner for a change. Taste the best of the Pacific Northwest with classics like wild Alaskan fish and chips, Lummi Island smoked salmon chowder and other local favourites, and why not indulge in a handcrafted cocktail or two since you don’t have to drive. If it’s a nice day outside you can dine al fresco on the patio, or curl up in your room with take-out from the Jetty Grille Express.

Pooch’s Paradise

Hotel Indigo makes escaping easy, even if you’re staying in your own neighbourhood. The modern, comfortable rooms are dog friendly so you don’t have to find a pet sitter before packing your bags. When you arrive Hotel Indigo will welcome your furry family with a doggie bag of treats and toys, plus the patio is dog friendly so you can bring Fido to brunch.

“The three and a half mile Waterfront Place walking trail right outside the hotel is great for dog walks,” West says. “It’s really pedestrian-friendly with eateries, historical markers, Boxcar Park and of course that breezy marine air.”

Right now Hotel Indigo is offering a Local Livin’ Staycation package to give you a break from your cabin fever! The offer includes a one-night stay plus a $50 food and beverage credit redeemable at Jetty Bar & Grille or The Marketplace, the Hotel Indigo store with snacks, beer and wine you can take to your room. Book online today!

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