catering to a
sort wear, etc.—
or private trunk
shows followed by
In Seattle Southside
is Cedarbrook Lodge, which
according to Meagan McGuire, vice pres-
ident, sales and services for the Seattle
Southside Regional Tourism Authority,
is the perfect setting for groups to fuse
business and teambonding with an overall
Rejuvenation at the spa, including massage and skincare treatments, and a private
dinner at Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar, are
among the special experiences available
for groups here.
Tacoma’s glass art heritage may inspire
planners to book a hands-on class at the
Tacoma Glassblowing Studio, which pro-
vides attendees the unique experience of
creating their own glass art.
“Though furnaces and molten glass
may not seem luxurious per se, the art
that is created will be beautiful and the
experience unlike anything else,” said Nick
Mann, group marketing manager at Travel
Tacoma and Pierce County.
Snohomish County is home to T Spa at
Tulalip Resort Casino, a sanctuary where
meeting attendees can indulge in stress-re-lieving deep tissue massages and more.
“Guests start their spa experiences by
relaxing in front of a fire with a beverage,”
said Brad Zorich, group sales manager at
the Snohomish County Tourism Bureau. “A
relaxing T Spa experience is completed in
the spa’s steam rooms, cedar saunas and
exquisite grotto showers.”
A wine-pairing dinner at Bothell, Wash.-
based Russell’s Loft is another luxury
experience for groups meeting in Snohom-
“The facility alone, a beautifully restored
1927 dairy barn, sets the stage for an
incredible experience,” Zorich said. “This
gorgeous facility includes magnificent ca-
thedral ceilings…it’s simply breathtaking.”
Ladies in the group will be tickled with a
visit to GLAMbeauty bar, a group-friendly
makeup lounge and beauty salon in down-
town Vancouver, Wash., that offers a variety
of services, including makeup applica-
tions/tutorials and classes, hair styling,
lash extensions and facials.
“The space sparkles with posh interiors, pink and gold accents, private rooms
and large, open-concept seating,” said
Jacob Schmidt, director of marketing and
communications for Visit Vancouver USA.
“Guests are treated to complimentary bubbles while they wait and are introduced to a
GLAMBEAUTY BAR, VANCOUVER, WASH.
THE SPA AT CEDARBROOK