Penterra Spa 220 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA98033 Penterra Spa, located on the street level of the Heathman Hotel, is open to hotel guests and the general public. It…More offers a bevy of services for singles, couples and groups. From massages and facials, to manicures and body treatments, Penterra is an elegant place to relax. Spa director, Tita Lee, encourages clients not to miss the monthly specials posted on the company's website.
Billed as a boutique hotel, the Heathman is downtown Kirkland's only accommodation for a waterfront weekend getaway…More or a traveling business professional. The swanky lobby features locally purchased art and a fireplace surrounded by contemporary sofas.
Guests have three mattress style options in one of 91 rooms, free wifi and daily newspaper, complementary transportation and tickets to a Lake Washington Argosy cruise (during April - October). Meeting space is available. Try a meal at the hotel's acclaimed Trellis restaurant downstairs or a relaxing massage in the Penterra Spa.
Trellis Restaurant 220 Kirkland Ave, Kirkland, WA98033 Phrases like "seasonal" and "farm to table" are all the rage in fine dining right now, but Chef Brian Scheehser truly…More embraces the spirit of those phrases by his dual profession as part chef, part farmer. Trellis' produce is grown in the chef's garden, tended by him, harvested when the time is right, and served to appreciative Kirkland residents as well as Heathman Hotel patrons. Numerous awards have been lavished on this culinary destination including a James Beard House "Best Hotel Chef" and Seattle Magazine's "Best Green Chef." Entrance to the restaurant is through the Heathman Hotel lobby on the right. A hostess escorts diners through the small lounge area with its vast marble-topped bar into the medium-sized dining room where floor-to-ceiling windows offer up views of the Kirkland Library and a beautiful corner garden across the street. Outdoor seating is available, accompanied by heat lamps in chillier weather. The Trellis Cheese Selection plate is not to be missed.