Our plaza rooms face the Everett Naval Station towards the south and Whidbey Island to the west, with most of the rooms offering additional balcony seating. This guestroom style is adorned with a vintage metal four-poster queen bed, a workspace, and a uniquely appointed bathroom.
Each Marina View room has large open-out windows with views of the marina, from which you may watch our many excellent sunsets, the boats that may travel in and out of the harbor, or you may get a visit from one of our local seals! This spacious guest room is beloved by our business travelers. In addition to the splendid view of the marina, it offers a king bed, a comfortable dining area, a workspace, and a distinctively appointed bathroom.
Our two queen rooms have their own fabulous view of the marina through the same large open-out windows as in the single king rooms. This well-appointed guest room offers an atmosphere of relaxation, two cozy queen beds, a work space, extra night stands for more storage, and a charmingly appointed bathroom.
Our fireplace suites feature a living area that can be either intimate or family orientated, with a gas fireplace for those cozy nights in and a queen-sized sofa for when you want to share the experience. The living are is also adorned with a flat screen TV, a dining area, a workspace, and either a balcony or patio view of the marina. The sleeping area has a king size bed, its own flat screen TV, and is separated by French doors. The elegantly appointed bathroom has a two sink vanity area and a soaking tub in the actual bath area.
Established in 1997, The INN at Port Gardner was designed to reflect the historic waterfront of Everett. It is nestled by the sailboats on the Everett Marina and set against the backdrop of a glistening Port Susan with emerald green views of Whidbey, Camano, and Hat Islands. Designed by the well-known local Bumgardner Architecture firm, the building is a mixture of steel, glass, concrete, and wood with northwest views of the marina. A grand floor to ceiling fireplace welcomes the traveler in the entry lobby which is flooded by natural light. There are 33 rooms and two conference rooms along with a small café which is also part of the building. The design received an AIA Seattle 1998 Honor Award recipient and a Commendation Award for Washington Architecture.