Adrift Hotel, Long Beach, WA


Refreshing salt air, the Pacific Ocean surf washing onto the sands and a wonderful range of recreational and culinary attractions make Washington’s Long Beach Peninsula a premier year-round playground. Whether you are looking for an idyllic beach-front location for a quiet retreat, a get-away-from-it-all spot for a productive conference or the home base for a fun group event, the Adrift Hotel will provide a unique experience in an unrivaled location.

The conference and event spaces at the Adrift offer groups a variety of options for small- to mid-size gatherings. The Gather Space is a 1,000-square-foot conference room that can accommodate as many as 60 guests seated at round tables or 100 for a reception. The open concept of the space, with windows overlooking the beach, allows groups a variety of setup options.

The 700-square-foot Music Space, adjacent to the hotel’s restaurant, [pickled fish], can accommodate 50 in a classroom-style setup or 60 for a reception. The room’s fourth-floor setting, bathed in natural light, offers stunning ocean views, providing the ideal backdrop to get your group’s creative juices flowing.

On-site catering, featuring fresh seasonal and local products, is provided by [pickled fish]. The event spaces feature the necessary audiovisual equipment to make your presentations shine, and complimentary WiFi is available throughout the facility.

For multi-day retreats or conferences, the hotel’s 82 guest rooms feature modern designs using locally sourced, recycled materials. Guests can see the ocean from every room. Located next door, the Adrift Hotel’s sister property, the Inn at Discovery Coast, has 12 luxurious suites offering additional accommodation options.

Common areas, located throughout the hotel, offer unique touches. Guests can unwind with a spirited shuffleboard, foosball or ping pong game in the Games Room, while the third -floor library is the ideal spot to relax with a book. For guests seeking after-conference rejuvenation, the Adrift Spa offers a range of massage services.

The Long Beach Peninsula entices meeting and event attendees with unlimited recreation opportunities, from quiet beachcombing walks to bird-watching hikes along the coastal trails. The Adrift offers free bike rentals to hotel guests, and, for groups, the hotel’s staff can help coordinate activities such as a group horseback ride, surfing lessons or a sunset bonfire.

Linh DePledge, operations &
marketing director