The Project

The design of the four-story, 94-room Point Hotel is rooted in a style known as Coast Modern and customized to meld into the Pacific Northwest landscape. Characterized by the use of very simple, unadorned architecture, the hotel design relies on natural materials and adapts key architectural ideas and traditional Tribal all-cedar plank construction.

HBG’s design of The Point Hotel integrates 94 state-of-the-art guestrooms, a beautifully appointed lobby/lounge area complete with tribal art display areas, a small deli/café dining area, a fitness center and a 40-person meeting room. Outdoor landscaped amenity areas will complement the positioning of the hotel against the majestic forested woodland edge of the proposed development site.

Photography by Martin Bydalek

LocationKingston, Washington Total SizeFour-story, 94-room hotelTotal Cost Withheld at Owner's Request ClientPort Gamble S’Klallam Tribe / Noo-Kayet Development Corporation

Let's Collaborate & Create

If you're reaching out with a new project or would like to join our team, please connect with us.

Privacy Preference Center