The 120-room Hotel 1000 in downtown Seattle recently unveiled its new Pop-Up Office program for meeting/event attendees. During a function, you may need a small space to prepare a presentation, send a few quick emails or finalize a pitch. The small meeting rooms and executive suites are totally private spaces that are booked for the entire day. All attendees who take advantage of the program will also have access to an office concierge, who will provide individual attendees with a 15% discount on services at Spaahh at Hotel 1000, 15% off when dining at BOKA and $15 rounds of golf in Hotel 1000’s virtual golf club. The digital game allows you to play on 50 of the world’s best courses, including Pebble Beach or Pinehurst. The simulator features 680 sensors that calculate the velocity, spin and trajectory of the golfball. The package also includes VIP seating during Happy Hour at the 100-seat BOKA restaurant, where you can try classic American dishes within a sleek, contemporary setting.
“Our goal with the Pop-Up Office is to provide our business traveler guest and anyone with a desire for a more productive work environment a place in which to work,” says Tawny Paperd, director of sales/marketing. Paperd adds that the spaces were successfully utilized by meeting/event attendees during a test run earlier this year. The use of private meeting rooms or executive suites for interviews is also available.
Pop-Up packages include:
- Executive Office: For $15 per day, enjoy an all-day workspace, including complimentary, high-speed WiFi, bottomless coffee, tea, water and soda. Morning, mid-morning and afternoon snacks are also available.
- Corner Office: For $20 per day, the hotel will provide everything in the Executive Office package, plus valet parking.
- Oval Office: For $35 per day, Hotel 1000 will provide everything in the Corner Office package, plus lunch from BOKA