Sisters Alice (left) and Lily Heilman try on bathrobes and lie on a bed in one of the rooms at the Hotel Indigo Everett during its grand opening party Wednesday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Sisters Alice (left) and Lily Heilman try on bathrobes and lie on a bed in one of the rooms at the Hotel Indigo Everett during its grand opening party Wednesday. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Take a video tour of Hotel Indigo on the Everett waterfront

The 142-room hotel is the first completed private development of the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place.

The Hotel Indigo Everett held a grand opening party on Wednesday. The four-story, 142-room hotel, which overlooks Port Gardner and the Port of Everett’s Waterfront Place, opened this summer. It is the first completed private development of the port’s Waterfront Place, a 65-acre, multi-million dollar development near 13th Street and West Marine View.

In 2018, Columbia Hospitality, which operates the hotel, and the port agreed to a lease that will pay the Port of Everett $15,000 a month for up to 80 years. The lease will be reviewed every 10 years for market value and inflation adjustments.

Seattle-based Columbia operates more than a dozen hotels in Washington, including the Salish Lodge & Spa at Snoqualmie Falls and Semiahmoo Resort in Blaine.

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