Hello Scout Now Available to Guests at Provenance Hotels

Posted by Hayley Schutz

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The Provenance Hotels are a unique breed of hotels. While many hotels try to put the guest first, Provenance properties live by that creed. And their hard work has paid off! Six Provenance Hotels were ranked in the top 20 Pacific Northwest hotels of 2016 by Condé Nast Traveler.

From now on, guests staying at Hotel Murano in Tacoma as well as Hotel deLuxe, Hotel Lucia and Sentinel Hotel in Portland will have access to the entire city at their fingertips. Each of these four Provenance Hotels now offers an SMS concierge for their guest’s inquiries big or small. The expert concierges can assist in anything from restaurant reservations to day tours and everything in between.

Let’s take a minute to get to know these hotels.

Modern masterpiece Hotel Murano was inspired by Murano glass art, so it’s only fitting that they feature contemporary, artistic pieces around every corner. Fully equipped with a choose-your-own pillow menu, fitness center and an on-site spa, you’ll be living in luxury.

Named after the Hollywood color lab, Deluxe, Hotel deLuxe works to honor and channel the Golden Age of Hollywood. Along with black and white photography around the hotel they host a Pop Up Cinema with complimentary screenings of classic films. It’s not hard to see why they were ranked the #1 best hotel in the Pacific Northwest by Conde Nast Traveler.

Known for their chic decor, Hotel Lucia deserves its spot as the #3 best hotel in the Pacific Northwest by Conde Nast Traveler. With warm furnishings and an entire collection of photography by David Hume Kennerly, you’ll feel right at home.
The Sentinel Hotel has one overarching goal: preserve the building’s history. Even after remodeling several times, the hotel continues to serve as a meeting place for all and their rich history continues to grow. To truly appreciate the Sentinel Hotel, take time to uncover stories hidden around the lobby lounge, walnut-paneled library and bank vault room.

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