The luxurious W Seattle has officially completed its extensive multi-million-dollar renovation project.
Each of the property’s 415 guest rooms and nine stylish suites have been transformed, while the hotel’s signature Living Room (the W brand’s take on the traditional hotel lobby), Trace restaurant and state of the art meeting spaces have also undergone renovation.
Global brand leader, W Hotels Worldwide, Anthony Ingham remarked: “W Seattle is an iconic part of the city’s social scene; a place for guests to relax and enjoy the W brand’s signature cocktail culture and somewhere for locals to let their hair down. Along with commitments from our ownership groups, the renovation of W Seattle is part of an overall W brand strategy to continue investing in our North American portfolio. Demand for the W brand in the US and abroad is as hot as ever.”
General manager, W Seattle, Richard Hill added: “From the moment our guests enter our Living Room to the moment they head upstairs they will be struck with a design that exceeds expectations and connects them to the roots of what the Emerald City has to offer.”
Each of the rooms and suites comprise of signature W amenities such as: Bluetooth-enabled TV, access to high-speed WiFi, the Bliss Spa sink-side six bath amenities, the signature W Hotels Bed and the brand’s signature Whatever/Whenever service, offering guests whatever they want, whenever they want it.
The W Hotels Worldwide brand, part of Starwood Hotels and Resorts Worldwide, also recently revealed that W Seattle will soon be home to the first W Sound Suite in North America, which is a private music studio and writer’s room for professional recording artists, studio musicians and hotel guests wanting to record in style while on the road.