The Hotel Group Opens The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown, A Tapestry Collection by Hilton

USA, Seattle, Washington. February 20, 2019

The Hotel Group announced today the grand opening of The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown, A Tapestry Collection by Hilton. Woven into the fabric of Belltown, one of Seattle's most vibrant and centrally located neighborhoods, The Sound Hotel celebrates the sights, sounds, and tastes that are uniquely Seattle.

The Sound Hotel features 142 exquisitely designed guest rooms, some with expansive views of the downtown Seattle skyline and Puget Sound, ground-level restaurant Currant Bistro with adjacent grab & go coffee bar, as well as meetings and special event space ideal for small groups, offering unobstructed views of the Space Needle.

“The Sound Hotel was infused with collaboration and creativity from the very beginning,” stated Douglas Dreher, President and CEO, of The Hotel Group. “Our mission to serve, inspire and deliver our spirit of Hospitality Greatness, along with the city's passion for art, music, culture, and cuisine, will make for a truly unforgettable guest experience. We are pleased to provide our best in class operational and marketing support with a goal of maximizing investment value for our ownership group, Seattle Tower I, LLC.”

Blending Seattle's creative bedrock with its innovation boom, The Sound Hotel provides easy access to top Seattle attractions, coffee houses, nightclubs and international dining for an experience that is always of the moment. Sitting adjacent to the iconic Cinerama and just a few blocks from landmarks like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the Amazon Spheres, The Sound is both a central launch pad for adventure and a stylish, comfortable place to recharge at the end of the day.

Tapestry Collection by Hilton offers guests the experience and immersion of a boutique style hotel with the reliability of Hilton's brand standards. It provides hotels the opportunity to exhibit a true sense of place and culture. As part of the Hilton family, Tapestry Collection hotels come with the brands renowned Hilton Honors award-winning guest benefits program. This will be the first Tapestry Collection by Hilton in the state of Washington.

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