Inn at Semiahmoo

Built on a spit of land and integrated with a historic seafood cannery and wharf facilities, the Inn at Semiahmoo was designed to complement the weathered, northwest vernacular of its wharf-side location. Cannery buildings were transformed into a large health spa and conference center supporting the 200 room resort hotel. Steeply gabled roofs create charm reminiscent of a seaside village. Golfers enjoy the new Arnold Palmer golf course, while boaters and beachcombers explore the five-mile stretch of unspoiled shoreline.

Completed

1987

Location

Blaine, Washington

Project Size

205,000 SF

Primary Scope

Associate Architect

Primary Materials

Awards

AIA Colorado | Honor Award

AIA Colorado West | Honor Award

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