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Willows Lodge

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14580 NE 145th Street
Seattle / Woodinville, Washington 98072
United States
Main: (425) 424-3900
Email: Email Hotel Robin Akkerman
Associate Director of Sales: Robin Akkerman
Elite Rating
Planner Rating: 4.7
Chain Benchmark
Opened 2000
Renovated 2015
Guest Rooms 84
Kings/Suites/Doubles 63 / 7 / 14
Room Rates High $259-279 Low $209-219
High Season High Season Low Season Low Season Shoulder Season Shoulder Season
Ideal Group Size 45
Max Group Size 84


Resort Fee $0
Room Tax 12.4%
Sales Tax 9.5%

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Meeting Space

Largest Meeting Room 1,955ft²
Indoor Meeting Space 4,524ft²
Indoor/Outdoor Meeting Space 5,244ft²

Airport Proximity

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport
45 min 27 miles (43 km)


Wireless and wired HSIA
210 MB fiber connection
audiovisual equipment
and event planning.


art and garden walk
wine tasting
and team energizing activities.


More than 100 area wineries
Redhook Brewery
aerial adventure park
flat-water kayaking
hot-air ballooning
Lavender Farm
Molbak’s Garden & Home.
Onsite Dining: Capacity
Barking Frog
Northwest Cuisine
Barking Frog Mobile Kitchen
Offsite Catering
Lobby Bar
The Herbfarm Restaurant
Regional Cuisine

F&B Averages:

Breakfast Buffet $55 Cont. $28
Lunch Buffet $43 Plated $55
Dinner Buffet $75 Plated $80
Coffee Break $12
2-Hour Open Bar on consumption
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Room Name Total Square Meters Room Size(meters) Ceiling Height (meters) Total Square Feet Room Size (feet) Ceiling Height (feet) Classroom Theater Banquet 10 Reception Conference U-Shape H-Square 10 x 10s
Burke Room 20 4.9 x 4 3 220 16' x 13' 10 0 10 0 12 10 0 0 0
Cascade Room N/A 4.6 x 5.5 3 366 15 x 24 10 0 0 20 30 12 0 0 0
Cedar Room N/A N/A 3 375 22 x 17 10 0 35 20 30 15 12 0 0
Foyer 69 11.9 x 5.8 3 740 39' x 19' 9 0 0 0 75 0 0 0 0
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Property News
Posted October 5, 2017
Woodinville, WA (September 29, 2015) – Willows Lodge, a favorite Northwest retreat in the heart of Woodinville Wine Country and the home of the award-winning Barking Frog restaurant, announces its Wine Director Cara DeLavallade has successfully achieved the next level in wine education, Advanced Sommelier. Cara passed the three-day, Advanced Sommelier Exam by the Court of Master Sommeliers, Americas and thereby adding her name to an elite list. Of particular note, only eight out of 61 people in Cara’s group who took the test in Philadelphia on September 8-10, 2015 passed. Cara did so on her first seating, while it has taken many others three or four attempts.

The Advanced Sommelier exam, is the third in a series of four increasingly challenging tests of knowledge and skill offered by the Court. By the time candidates reach the Advanced Examination, most have already invested years of study, in addition to significant time working in and around the beverage industry. In Cara’s case, she took the Advanced Course in February 2014 and has essentially been studying for a total of two years prior to taking the exam. At this level, candidates have a superior understanding of wine theory and beverage service, as well as a highly sophisticated tasting ability. Every year, thousands of wine service professionals attempt the Court’s exams, however, only the distinguished manage to pass.

“Cara’s raw talent, dedication and enthusiasm for the wine industry is an inspiration to all of us here at Willows,” said Denny Fitzpatrick, Managing Director, Willows Lodge. “We could not be prouder of her achievement and passion that she brings to our team at the Barking Frog and the love of wine that she shares with our guests.”

In addition to this esteemed certification, Cara holds a French Wine Scholar certification and an Advanced Certification through the Wine and Spirits Education Trust. She has mastered her skills over the years from her experience abroad: from working in Mendoza, Argentina as a Sommelier at Azafran Restaurante and a Sommelier on board Silversea Cruises, to her volunteer work in the Willamette Valley at the International Pinot Noir Celebration, the Salud Charity Auction and at the Women Stars of Food and Wine event in Seattle.

The Court of Master Sommeliers was established in England in 1977 to encourage improved standards of beverage knowledge and service in hotels and restaurants. The first Master Sommelier Diploma Exam to be held in the United States was in 1987. The title Master Sommelier marks the highest recognition of wine and spirits knowledge, beverage service abilities, and professionalism in the hospitality trade. Education was then, and remains today, the Court’s charter. There are four stages involved in attaining the top qualifications of Master Sommelier: 1) Introductory Sommelier Course; 2) Certified Sommelier Exam; 3) Advanced Sommelier Course; and 4) Master Sommelier Diploma. There are 135 professionals who have earned the title of Master Sommelier as part of the Americas chapter since the organization’s inception. Of those, 116 are men and 19 are women. There are 214 professionals worldwide who have received the title of Master Sommelier since the first Master Sommelier Diploma Exam. For more information, please visit
Willows Lodge Announces Extensive Refresh!
Posted September 8, 2015
Favorite Northwest retreat debuts new “modern lodge” concept drawing inspiration from its surroundings in Woodinville Wine Country
Woodinville, WA (September 8, 2015) – In celebration of its 15th anniversary this September, Willows Lodge, a favorite Pacific Northwest retreat in the heart of Woodinville Wine Country, announces an extensive refresh to the property, which includes all guest rooms, meetings space and the lobby. While quite a few updates have been made to Willows since opening in 2000, including a significant redesign and expansion of the hotel’s Fireside lounge, the most current also counts as its most comprehensive.
Spearheaded by the design team at Weber Thompson in Seattle, the project launched a new “modern lodge” concept at Willows, layering a variety of textures and materials to provide juxtaposition and tell an interesting story, such as the reclaimed-wood and metal furniture made by local artisans Meyer Wells and NK Build. Overall, the hotel’s color palette was updated to warm neutrals, such as buttery caramels and rich wine tones, inspired by the existing, beautifully distressed concrete floors and the hues of Washington wine country. Neutral fabrics with bold, highly textured accent fabrics create a luxurious, modern aesthetic.
Specifically, the Lobby enjoyed the addition of varying scales of seating and lighting, which created a more dynamic and inviting entrance for guests and visitors to the Lodge. A sculptural timber floor lamp and high-back chairs, all made in the U.S., now sit on a custom hand tufted wool rug, featuring a willow reed pattern. The adjacent Fireside lounge, which was expanded just prior to the 2013 summer season, now offers guests sculptural high-back seating areas, paired with movable ottomans, which creates a more casual flexible seating space that invites guests to a relax in comfort and exudes the approachable elegance for which Willows is known.
The color palette of Woodinville Wine Country was continued into the Guest Rooms. While entries were painted in a warm, neutral shade in order to set the mood and create a sense of arrival, each room also received an accent wall behind the headboard in a deep wine hue. The intention was to create drama and to help the existing hand-blown gold glass pendants to stand out. Ceiling and wall colors are now lighter and more subdued, creating a bright airiness.
Rather than bed skirts, the guest rooms now feature tailored bed wraps that provide a crisp and clean look and feature a luxurious abstract branch pattern that fully embodies the modern lodge concept. Each room also received a new chair and matching ottoman, as well as color-blocked drapery paired with large-scale patterned sheers to allow guests more control over natural light levels while providing additional privacy.
All Meetings Space at Willows Lodge was also updated significantly. The pre-function area to the Sammamish Ballroom received a new rug and wall sconces as connective threads into the larger ballroom space, which received an overall refresh of new finishes, furnishings and improved lighting. A dramatic custom broadloom carpet, featuring the same palette of warm neutrals and rich wine tones as the lobby, enhances the scale of the room and adds drama to the space. Walls received a shimmery covering with a subtle organic branch pattern, to help to reflect and bounce light more deeply into the room and ceiling was painted a lighter shade, making it feel larger and more airy.
The Burke Room, which also acts as the bridal room for weddings, added a shimmery, reflective wall covering (similar to the ballroom’s), which bounces light and will result in better photographs for the bride. Other luxurious additions include a modern three-panel wall mirror, as well as sconces and large bronze mesh drum lights to improve the overall lighting and glow. The Gilman Room received new ceiling lights and wall sconces to add glow and sparkle, new paint to draw in more light and new carpet in a large willow-inspired pattern in order to freshen up and modernize the space.
Best Hotel in Washington State
Posted January 19, 2015
Best Hotel In Washington State
The Willows Lodge is a calming spa retreat right in Washington's wine country. Explore nearby vineyards, soak in the outdoor spa tub, or enjoy a glass of local wine in the garden.

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Posted April 1, 2013
Charming Your Guests at the Front Desk
Check-in is the first chance a hotel has to connect with its guests face to face, and some properties are able to provide services at the front desk to ease guests into the premises. Willows Lodge, in the wine country of Woodinville, Wash., greets its hotel guests with a complimentary glass of wine on check-in as a way to tailor the experience to what guests are traveling to the location for.

“On arrival, guests are given a glass of Distant Bay merlot,” said Mike West, director of operations for the hotel. “We chose Distant Bay because it is a local offering that you won’t be able to find on wine lists elsewhere, and if they don’t like wine or are restricted from drinking it due to pregnancy or other concerns we can provide them with cider, or even different choices.”

The most important aspect of this service is that providing Distant Bay is restricted to the front desk unless it is specifically asked for elsewhere on the property. “Having something you can’t find on other wine lists is nice and exclusive, and then guests come and ask for it at dinner, or even purchase a bottle, mostly based on that image.”
Posted April 1, 2013
Barking Frog Mobile Kitchen Hops into Food Truck Scene
What do lamb chops, mac and cheese, asparagus tart and seared scallops all have in common? No, this isn’t the punch line of a joke, they’ll all be featured on the menu of the brand spanking new Barking Frog Mobile Kitchen! While you can’t track down the food truck just yet, it will certainly satisfy when it makes its debut at Chateau Ste. Michelle’s Staycation event on Sunday, May 26.

Unfortunately, it doesn’t sound like the Barking Frog Mobile Kitchen has big travel plans at the moment. Instead, the food truck will be used for catering special events such as weddings, wine tastings and more. But that doesn’t mean that the mobile kitchen won’t be taking part in select food truck events around the region. Trust us, it will be, and knowing that it has been designed as Barking Frog Executive Chef Bobby Moore’s dream mobile kitchen makes the wait all the more enticing.

According to a Barking Frog representative, the truck’s design will appear “whimsical and fun, but on brand (nothing over the top and silly).” From what we’ve seen, those words hold true—with its eye-catching faux-wood design and witty tag lines, it will be hard to miss!

Also featured on the menu will be other Barking Frog favorites such as the Grand Marnier prawns, roasted hand-cut fries, the Ninety Farms beef burger, Wagyu short ribs and pork belly sliders! They won’t only satisfy your palate, either; your wallet will leave happy too, with all items under $15, and most under $10.

Barking Frog’s home base has been a foodie-destination for years, now, leaving customers full and happy. For Chef Bobby Moore, leaving his customers satisfied is what the Barking Frog name represents—when the frogs are croaking, they’re happy, and that’s how he wants his customers to feel as they eat the food he loves creating.
Willows Lodge recognized by Travel+Leisure as one of the World's Best
Posted July 27, 2011
Northwest lodge located in Woodinville Wine Country included as one of Travel + Leisure’s “Top 100 Hotels” in the world based on readers’ poll

Woodinville, Wash. (July 8, 2011) – Willows Lodge, a Northwest retreat located in the heart of Woodinville Wine Country, was recognized by Travel + Leisure in its annual “World’s Best Awards” for 2011, based on readers’ polls. Willows Lodge was ranked Number 77 on the “Top 100 Hotels” in the world and Number 12 on the “Top Resorts” in the United States and Canada.
“We are thrilled to be recognized on this prestigious list,” said Shaun Tucker, general manager, Willows Lodge. “Being named in a top spot on any reader-generated list, voted on by the travelers themselves, is truly an honor.”
Debuting in the August issue of Travel + Leisure, the 16th annual “World’s Best Awards” is based on a readers’ poll and features the best hotels, cruises, airlines, outfitters, cities, islands and more. The categories for hotels in the United States and Canada included top resorts, top large city hotels with 100 rooms or more, top small city hotels with fewer than 100 rooms, top inns with fewer than 40 rooms and resorts in Hawaii.
To view the complete “World’s Best Awards” or to see how Willows Lodge ranks against its peers, please visit
Willows Lodge, a Northwest style lodge located in Woodinville Wine Country just outside of Seattle, features 84 luxury guestrooms, a full-service spa and high-tech equipped meeting space. Executive Chef Bobby Moore’s American regional cuisine at Barking Frog reflects the seasonal and organic produce found in Puget Sound, and is artfully paired with an extensive list of Washington wines. Willows Lodge also boasts Fireside Cellars, offering a casual and sophisticated atmosphere tucked away in the lobby with an outdoor patio overlooking the expansive surrounding landscape.

About Willows Lodge
Willows Lodge, a Northwest style lodge located in Woodinville Wine Country just outside of Seattle, features 84 luxury guestrooms, a full-service spa and high-tech equipped meeting space. Executive Chef Bobby Moore’s American regional cuisine at Barking Frog reflects the seasonal and organic produce found in Puget Sound, and is artfully paired with an extensive list of Washington wines. Willows Lodge also boasts Fireside Cellars, offering a casual and sophisticated atmosphere tucked away in the lobby with an outdoor patio overlooking the expansive surrounding landscape.
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Local hotel earns national recognition
Posted January 19, 2011
Submitted by Conor Christofferson, KOMO Communities Reporter
Wednesday, January 19th, 12:31pm

A Woodinville hotel received a metaphorical pat on the back this morning when the ultra-popular travel website Trip Advisor named it one of the most romantic hotels in the country.

Willows Lodge was named the eighth most romantic hotel in the country as part of the website's 2011 Travelers' Choice Awards, which uses customer ratings and reviews to pick winners in various categories.

Willows Lodge general manager Shaun Tucker learned about the honor this morning and said he's thrilled by the recognition.

"What this tells us is that we're doing our job," he said. "We're creating a destination for people, and that makes us excited."

The 84-room lodge opened in 2000 and has been consistently rated as one of the nation's best. Out of 123 customer reviews on, 103 have rated the hotel as either "very good" or "excellent."

"The people that respond to those sites are the ones who had an experience that was either absolutely incredible or it didn't go their way, so it can be a blessing or a curse," Tucker said. "On a daily basis we just try to take care of the guest and hope they report the positive experiences."
Spas of America's Top 30 Spas of 2008
Posted January 19, 2009
Annual customer ranking of resort, hotel and destination spas across North America

(Vancouver, Canada) January 16, 2009 Spas of America, the fastest-growing spa travel website, today announced their annual ranking of the Top 30 Spas of 2008, based on consumer traffic on their website. Spas of America president Craig Oliver says, "This year's list is a unique cross-section of Spa & Wellness experiences from across North America, including resort, hotel and destination spas from the United States, Canada and Mexico." Over 650 spas are featured on the Spas of America website, and the Top 30 list represents the top 5%.

"Many of the spas making our list for 2008 are long-time established properties, with a solid track record of providing extraordinary Spa & Wellness experiences to spa travelers around the world. For 2009 we expect this trend to continue, with consumers attracted to unique experiences, well-earned reputations and value. Even - perhaps especially - in economic downturns, consumers realize the value of Spa & Wellness as a benefit to their overall well-being."

Topping the list for 2008 is the 100 Fountain Spa at the Pillar and Post set in charming Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario. The 100 Fountain Spa is located in the heart of Niagara's wine region, a year-round destination offering a wide range of cultural and recreational activities, only minutes from majestic Niagara Falls.

Number two is the Homestead, situated in the scenic Allegheny Mountains of Virginia. Built in 1892, the Homestead Spa is one of America's most historic luxury spas, still fed by the original hot springs that have attracted travelers since the 1700s.

Third place honors go to the Fitness Ridge Resort & Spa in Ivins, Utah. Set amidst the remarkable red rocks of southwestern Utah, Fitness Ridge is categorized as a "destination spa," offering a one-week minimum, results-oriented health, fitness and weight loss program.

Spas of America's Top 30 Spas for 2008

1. 100 Fountain Spa at the Pillar & Post, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
2. The Homestead, Hot Springs, Virginia
3. Fitness Ridge Resort & Spa, Ivins, Utah
4. Abhasa Spa, Royal Hawaiian Hotel, Waikiki Beach, Hawaii
5. Rancho La Puerta, Tecate, Mexico
6. Mohonk Mountain House, New Paltz, New York
7. The Tides Zihuatanejo, Zihuatanejo, Mexico
8. Living Waters Spa, Desert Hot Springs, California
9. Turtle Cove Spa, Mountain Harbor Resort, Mount Ida, Arkansas
10. The Boulders Resort & Golden Door Spa, Carefree, Arizona
11. Aspira Spa, The Osthoff Resort, Elkhart Lake, Wisconsin
12. Willows Lodge & Spa, Woodinville, Washington
13. Bernardus Lodge, Carmel Valley, California
14. Secret Garden Spa, Prince of Wales, Niagara-on-the-Lake, Ontario
15. Red Mountain Spa, St. George, Utah
16. ANARA Spa, Grand Hyatt Kauai Resort, Hawaii
17. Crystal Springs Resort, Vernon, New Jersey
18. Miraj Hammam Spa, Vancouver, British Columbia
19. Pala Casino Spa & Resort, Pala, California
20. Grotto Spa, Tigh-Na-Mara Spa Resort, Parksville, British Columbia
21. Spa Terra, Meritage Resort at Napa, Napa, California
22. Chrysalis Inn & Spa, Bellingham, Washington
23. Park Hyatt Toronto, Stillwater Spa, Toronto, Ontario
24. Two Bunch Palms Resort & Spa, Desert Hot Springs, California
25. Ancient Cedars Spa, Wickaninnish Inn, Tofino, British Columbia
26. The Heartland Spa, Gilman, Illinois
27. Spa Avania, Hyatt Regency Scottsdale Resort, Scottsdale, Arizona
28. Health Spa Napa Valley, Inn at Southridge, St. Helena, California
29. Temple Gardens Mineral Spa, Moose Jaw, Saskatchewan
30. Bonneville Hot Springs Resort & Spa, North Bonneville, Washington

* Ranked by number of unique page views generated by customers visiting in 2008.

Spas of America's Top 30 Spas of 2008 are ranked by unique page views generated by customers visiting our website in 2008. For the complete list, go to

Spas of America is a global online media company focused on healthy living and travel. The Spas of America website showcases over 650 of the best day, resort, hotel and destination spas in North and South America to spa travelers around the world. Since the site launched in 2005, over half a million customers have visited Spas of America also operates the websites,, and the spa blog

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Spas of America
Posted May 2, 2008
April 1, 2008, Woodinville, Wash. - Executive Chef Bobby Moore, who oversees the Barking Frog and the food and beverage operations of Willows Lodge, has been invited to cook at the James Beard House in New York City on May 29, 2008.

Bestowed with the Award of Excellence since 2003 by Wine Spectator and honored with the Unique Distinction award for the last three years by Wine Enthusiast, Barking Frog, offers fine Northwest cuisine in an elegant yet rustic setting overlooking the gardens at Willows Lodge in lovely Woodinville wine country.

On Thursday, May 29, 2008, at the James Beard House in New York, Chef Moore, along with Scott Lents, chef de cuisine, and Christina Longo, pastry chef, will prepare a special menu representative of the cuisine that is served in the Barking Frog. To start, guests will feast on Seared Artisan Foie Gras and Copper River King Salmon Gravlax & Dungeness Crab Raw Salad, paired with select wines from the Columbia Valley, followed by an Alaskan Halibut Cheek paired with a wine from the Columbia Gorge. Following an intermezzo is a Ninety Farms Lamb Mnage Trois paired with a Syrah, Red Mountain and through a dessert of Strawberry Tarte Tatin served with a Syrah Ice Wine from Horse Heaven Hills and Signature Friandises.

To make reservations to attend the dinner at the James Beard House, located at 167 West 12th Street, please call (212) 627-2308 or visit their web site at

The James Beard Foundation is a not-for-profit (c)(3) organization dedicated to furthering the practice and appreciation of the culinary arts. The Foundation, located in Greenwich Village, at the historic James Beard House, was established in 1985 in memory of the late cookbook author, journalist, chef and teacher James Beard, the father of American gastronomy. For membership information, call (800) 36-BEARD or (212) 627-2308.

The James Beard House tasting menu, $150 per person excluding tax and gratuity, also will be offered in the Barking Frog, from May 1 through May 31.

Barking Frog, is open daily for breakfast from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m., lunch is served Monday through Friday from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. and dinner Monday through Sunday from 5 p.m. to 10 p.m. To make reservations, please call (425) 424-2999. All major credit cards accepted.

Willows Lodge, located on five landscaped acres bordering the Sammamish River in the heart of Western Washingtons wine country, has 80 guestrooms and 6 suites. The hotel also features a spa and the Barking Frog, a casual bistro offering country fresh Northwest cuisine with a European flair and an extensive Northwest wine collection. Barking Frog recently received the Washington Wine Commissions 2007 Washington Wine Restaurants Grand Award and the Washington Restaurant Association Award. For more information or reservations, please visit

Woodinville-based Willows Lodge is managed by by MTM Luxury Lodging, the Northwests premier collection of boutique hotels. Amongst its other exquisite properties in the Northwest are Alderbrook Resort & Spa (Hood Canal); Cave B Inn at SageCliffe (by the Gorge); Hotel 1000 (Seattle); and The Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club & Spa (Kirkland). Other MTM luxury properties from coast-to-coast include Ivy Hotel (San Diego) and The Liberty Hotel (Boston), and the Bardessono Inn & Spa (Napa Valley) destination resort hotel opening in fall 2008. For more information, please visit
Willows Lodge Receives Top Marks From Travel + Leisure And Conde Nast Traveler
Posted January 11, 2008

Top Travel Publications Rank Iconic Woodinville Resort Among World's Best

Woodinville, Wash. - (January 9, 2008) - Willows Lodge, a Northwest style romantic lodge located in Woodinville Wine Country just outside of Seattle, was recently recognized as one of the top resorts on Cond Nast Traveler's Gold List of the 721 World's Best Places To Stay, as well as included in the Travel + Leisure 500, an annual roundup of 500 of the world's best hotels. Both lists appear in the January 2008 issue of each publication.
"Our luxurious guestrooms, picturesque gardens, first class spa and fine dining restaurants, all in close proximity to Washington Wine Country make Willows Lodge a unique hotel worldwide," said Steven Boswell, general manager of Willows Lodge & Spa. "Our peaceful setting and exceptional commitment to service creates an unforgettable experience."
Cond Nast Traveler's Gold List ranks hotels on rooms, service, food, location, design and activities. Travel + Leisure researchers rank hotels around the world to name the Travel + Leisure 500, creating a guide that the magazine calls "the definitive guide" to the greatest hotels worldwide. Travel + Leisure awarded Willows Lodge & Spa the highest rank of any hotel in Washington state.
Willows Lodge & Spa has previously received recognition from Cond Nast Traveler's Reader's Choice awards as No. 45 among Top 50 Mainland United States Resorts. Travel + Leisure also ranked Willows Lodge No. 12 among all U.S. and Canada hotels, but this is the first time Willows has received recognition on the Travel + Leisure 500 and the Cond Nast Traveler's Gold List.
About Willows Lodge
Willows Lodge, a Northwest style romantic lodge located in Woodinville Wine Country just outside of Seattle, features 84 luxury guestrooms, a full service spa and high-tech equipped meeting space. Executive Chef Bobby Moore's country fresh cuisine at Barking Frog reflects the seasonal and organic produce found in Puget Sound, and is artfully paired with an extensive list of Washington wines. Willows Lodge also boasts the Fireside Cellars, offering a casual and sophisticated atmosphere tucked away in the lobby with an outdoor patio overlooking the expansive surrounding landscape.

A member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Willows Lodge is managed by MTM Luxury Lodging as part of its collection of luxury properties, including Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Union, Wash.; Cave B Inn at SageCliffe in Quincy, Wash.; the Freestone Inn at Wilson Ranch in Mazama, Wash.; Hotel 1000 in downtown Seattle; The Ivy Hotel in San Diego, Calif.; The Liberty Hotel in Boston; and the Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club and Spa in Kirkland, Wash.

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Willows Lodge Ranks Among Top Hotels Worldwide
Posted December 17, 2007

Travel + Leisure votes Willows Lodge No. 12 of top hotels in U.S. and Canada

Woodinville, Wash. - Willows Lodge, a luxury resort located just 26 miles from Seattle in the heart of the Woodinville Wine Country, was recently ranked No. 12 of the top hotels in the continental U.S. and Canada, as well as one of the top 100 hotels worldwide in Travel + Leisure's 12th Annual World's Best Awards 2007 reader's survey.
Willows Lodge received an overall score of 88.57, the highest rank of any Washington state hotel. In addition to being voted No. 12 among the top hotels in the continental U.S. and Canada, Willows Lodge was also voted No. 80 on the list of the top 100 hotels worldwide. This is the first year that Willows Lodge has been ranked in either category featured in Travel + Leisure.
"The recognition of Willows Lodge as one of the top hotels in the country and world encompasses our ongoing efforts to provide the best services and amenities to our guests," said Steven Boswell, general manager of Willows Lodge. "Willows Lodge truly embodies the beauty of the Northwest and we are honored to be ranked among the world's most highly regarded hotels."
Both lists are featured in Travel + Leisure's August 2007 issue.
Willows Lodge, a Northwest style romantic lodge located in Woodinville Wine Country, near Seattle, features 84 guestrooms, Chef Bobby Moore's country fresh cuisine at Barking Frog, a full service spa and meeting space. Willows Lodge was selected by Travel + Leisure Magazine as one of the 50 Most Romantic Getaways.
A member of Preferred Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Willows Lodge is managed by MTM Luxury Lodging as part of its collection of luxury properties, including Alderbrook Resort & Spa in Union, Wash.; Cave B Inn at SageCliff in Quincy, Wash.; the Freestone Inn at Wilson Ranch in Mazama, Wash.; Hotel 1000 in downtown Seattle; The Ivy Hotel in San Diego, Calif.; The Liberty Hotel in Boston; and the Woodmark Hotel, Yacht Club and Spa in Kirkland, Wash.
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Willows Lodge / Phone: (425) 424-2966