Hotel Indigo is ready to host your wedding with an indoor or outdoor ceremony in the scenic Port of Everett.

Hotel Indigo is ready to host your wedding with an indoor or outdoor ceremony in the scenic Port of Everett.

Let your wedding venue be your ‘something blue’

Big celebration or party-for-two, Hotel Indigo in the Port of Everett will help you tie the knot

You found the love of your life, your relationship has passed the quarantine test and you even put a ring on it. Are you tired of waiting for a chance to make it official?

“It will take a bit of courage, but if you’re saying ‘I’m ready to live my life again,’ then there are creative ways to make it happen,” says Mike West, General Manager at Hotel Indigo Seattle Everett Waterfront. “Now that we know more about how COVID-19 works we can keep gatherings small, maintain our distance, stay outdoors, and find ways to stay safe. Love is not cancelled!”

Hotel Indigo’s brand-new building in the heart of Waterfront Place at The Port of Everett opened in late 2019 and was looking forward to a busy first summer in the community. The pandemic made its launch a little different, but the hotel is ready to celebrate when you are.

“We’re part of IHG, but each Hotel Indigo is a boutique hotel tied to the local neighborhood. Hotel Indigo is really involved in port events, connected to local vendors and investors, and is already helping locals tie the knot!” West says.

Outdoor ceremonies, seafood celebrations, scenic harbor photos

Whether you’re planning a big celebration for 2021 or want to host an intimate elopement this summer, Hotel Indigo has customizable event packages to get your planning off the ground.

“It’s an ideal location on the marina walkway with indoor and outdoor venue spaces, a beautiful backdrop for photos and a full-service restaurant serving seafood and other Northwest favorites.”

Say “I do” in the outdoor courtyard or take advantage of the hotel’s two spacious ballrooms before popping the champagne and posing for photos in front of the picturesque marina and Olympic Mountains. Add your own touches to the proceedings, or let Hotel Indigo take care of the details.

“One silver lining is that right now we have the ability to be completely flexible. No event is too small, and we can put together a really personalized celebration,” says Shanna Lahti, Director of Sales at Hotel Indigo.

Meetings and events

Hotel Indigo has a 24-hour fitness center, heated saline swimming pool and a business center, so it’s an ideal place for not just weddings but also business meetings and weekend getaways. Take a break by walking over three miles of waterfront trails, renting a kayak to explore the port, or just enjoy the scenery from your waterfront room.

This summer they’re a proud partner in the Port of Everett’s Sail-in Cinema and other local events.

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