Coronavirus Resource Guide A comprehensive searchable guide to information and answers for your business including operations and best practices, relief packages, employee support and more. Click here. Public Health Resources and Information: U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Washington Hospitality Association – Coronavirus updates for King County members Seattle King County Public Health With […]
WA Announces Temporary Closure of Bars and Restaurants On March 16, Gov. Jay Inslee announced that all restaurants, bars and entertainment or recreational facilities are ordered. The closures are in effect until March 31, with the option of extending them. The closure includes: Restaurants Food courts Hotel gyms/exercise rooms Bars and taverns Wine, beer and […]
Saturday, February 1, 2020 — Benefiting StolenYouth To make your reservation for the Gala, visit here. For more information about the Gala, visit the Evening of Hope page.
Seattle Hotel Association Announces “Sustainable Shower” Initiative. Hotel association representing more than 16,000 rooms outlines goal to eliminate single-use plastic containers in guest room showers. Initiative supported by Seattle Public Utilities and Earth Day Northwest 2020 Seattle, WA—In an effort to start a new decade with a clear statement and action toward sustainable […]
This fall, the Seattle City Council passed a series of hotel worker ordinances, including one requiring healthcare expenditures by large hotels and ancillary businesses. The ordinances were passed in lieu of I-124, which faced legal challenges. Meanwhile, in August of 2018, a lawsuit was filed in federal district court by the Employee Retirement Income Security […]
Contact: Jacque Coe, APR 425-351-0082 firstname.lastname@example.org Seattle Hotel Association Issues Statement of Disappointment and Frustration After City Council Passage of Hotel Worker Legislation ‘For the past twelve weeks, Seattle’s hotel industry has been offering solutions, data, tours of hotel operations as well as input and feedback to councilmembers to address the […]
Media Contact: Jacque Coe, APR […]
The Washing State Court of Appeals ruled in our favor and threw out I-124 in its entirety. The court determined that I-124 was unconstitutional because it contains multiple subjects. Read more here. This ruling is on the case that AHLA, Washington Hospitality Association and the Seattle Hotel Association originally filed in 2016, shortly after I-124 became law. The city has […]
The Washington State Department of Transportation is permanently closing the Alaskan Way Viaduct in Seattle on Jan. 11, 2019. For the next three years, the city expects heavy congestion throughout the area. Our businesses remain open, and we’ll keep you updated on the information you will need in the coming months. We’re also looking for […]
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