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Facility Description: Sheraton Grand Seattle provides 77,000 square feet of flexible meeting space, including the 18,300-square-foot Grand Ballroom and the 9,440-square-foot Metropolitan Ballroom. Both of these rooms are ideal for large meetings near Seattle's iconic Pike Place Market. Located primarily on two levels, our meeting rooms and spacious pre-function areas provide seamless access to hotel amenities and our street-level loading dock. Multiple elevators and escalators allow large groups to smoothly flow from one venue to another. Most meeting spaces feature floor-to-ceiling windows with natural light and panoramic views of Seattle, WA.
As one of only seven Sheraton hotels in North America to earn Sheraton’s esteemed Grand designation, you can confidently book our meeting spaces and hotel rooms knowing you’re receiving the highest benchmark available on our product and service offerings. Our experienced and tenured event management staff thrives on creativity and works closely with meeting planners to conceptualize new ideas and assist with implementation for your event.
Green/Environmental Initiatives: Recycling & Composting: Between recycling and composting we divert at least 70% out of our solid waste stream.
Laundry: Between 68% to 70% of all wash water is recycled. We use environmentally friendly cleaning and washing chemistry
LED Lighting: All guest rooms and corridors now use LED lighting, and 50% of our overall lighting is converted to LED
Sustainable Menus: We aim to integrate leading sustainable and social practices and principles into our core Food & Beverage strategy and operations. We are working to reduce the negative impacts of our business while supporting locally sourced ingredients and their suppliers.
Green Seal 33 Approved: Based on Key Evaluation Categories of waste minimization, energy conservation and management, management of fresh water resources and waste water management, pollution prevention, and environmentally sensitive purchasing."