Columbia Hospitality adds Icicle village resort to growing northwest portfolio.
SEATTLE -- Seattle-based hospitality management and consulting company Columbia Hospitality Inc., announced today its new management and operating agreement with Icicle Village Resort, effective last June 1.
Located in the charming Bavarian-themed town of Leavenworth the resort features 121 hotel rooms and suites, as well as additional condominiums, an on-site spa, a restaurant, and 9,200 square feet of event space, including an outdoor tented garden set against the backdrop of the Cascade Mountains.
"Icicle Village Resort in Leavenworth is a wonderful addition to our portfolio of properties," said Columbia Hospitality founder and CEO John Oppenheimer.
"We are looking forward to working with the existing team and local community to connect guests with the amazing culture and experiences this unique and growing destination offers, while also delivering exceptional hospitality and service."
The resort offers year-round recreational activities, including a mini-golf course, a basketball court, and an indoor game room.
Guests can enjoy dining on-site at JJ Hills Fresh Grill, which serves Northwest cuisine and Bavarian favorites seven days a week.
Additional amenities include the Alpine Spa, two pools, a hot tub, and pet-friendly guest rooms.
"We are excited to partner with Columbia Hospitality, a company with proven success in management of boutique properties like ours," said Karl Ruether, the general manager of Icicle Village Resort.
"They are not just invested in the financial success of the hotel but also bring a community-focused approach to their operations and a commitment to growing the vitality of Leavenworth for visitors and residents alike."
For more information on Icicle Village, visit iciclevillage.com. About Columbia visit columbiahospitality.com.
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|Publication:||Wenatchee Business Journal|
|Date:||Jul 1, 2019|
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