The new 7 Cedars Resort Properties has recently completed construction on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula just adjacent from the S’Klallam Tribe’s 7 Cedars Casino.
The $33 million, 100-room hotel is the first of four phases in Jamestown S’Klallam Tribe’s Master Plan for their resort located in Sequim, Wash. Each floor of the hotel reflects the different “Layers of Life” (sea, shore, land, sky) found near the hotel’s location. One of the hotel’s most noteworthy features is the main level’s facade and entrance, which is clad in Kebony modified wood and carved in tribal designs.
The main floor features the lobby, conference spaces, administrative offices, a reception area with one-of-a-kind custom made kiosks, and a coffee and gift shop. The 100 rooms are divided into four corner suites, eight executive suites, and a mixture of king and double queen rooms. Additionally, the project features a collection of more than 750 art pieces that help tell the story of the tribe and the region.
Rice Fergus Miller Architecture designed the project. Swinerton was the general contractor.