There’s a new hotel in town, just in time for summer soirees and dinner dates. Located in Belltown, one of Seattle’s most eclectic neighborhoods, The Sound Hotel celebrates the spirit of Seattle. The hotel occupies the first ten floors of the 42-story Arrivé tower, one of the first mixed-use properties, featuring rental units, in the market. It is the First Tapestry Collection by Hilton hotel on the West Coast.
The hotel boasts sweeping views of the Space Needle—one of a very small group of Seattle hotels with a view of this iconic landmark. “We are thrilled to see The Sound Hotel open its doors as the brand’s first hotel in the Pacific Northwest, particularly in a city like Seattle that is known for innovation, great restaurants, and a thriving arts scene,” said Jenna Hackett, Global Head, Tapestry Collection by Hilton. “Just as Seattle is one of the fastest-growing cities in America, Tapestry Collection continues to rapidly expand as The Sound Hotel also marks the collection brand’s first of many 2019 openings.”
The hotel serves as a warm, intimate space for both Seattleites and out-of-town guests. The hotel’s entrance feels like an artist’s studio, with murals and stretched canvases creating a warm, creative space. It is walking distance from top Seattle attractions like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the Amazon Spheres.
With the iconic Cinerama theater as its neighbor, The Sound Hotel features 142 exquisitely designed guest rooms with expansive views of the downtown Seattle skyline and Puget Sound, a ground level restaurant, Currant Bistro, with an adjacent grab & go coffee bar. “The hotel’s design drew directly from the Belltown neighborhood’s deep roots in the arts and local music scene, mixed in with the natural beauty of the Puget Sound region,” said David Watkins, general manager, The Sound Hotel. “Warm, rich textures in our rooms offer visitors an authentic Northwest experience, while the artistic elements reflect Seattle as a bustling hive of creativity.”
In tune with the artistic Belltown neighborhood, The Sound Hotel has a vibrant and dynamic feel to it. The hotel’s 7th floor Lupine Room is the perfect divisible meeting space, good for big and small groups alike. It also transforms seamlessly into an event space for birthday parties, engagements, and bigger celebrations. In addition to the Lupine Room, Sound Bite Lounge is a relaxed, post-meeting gathering spot with a seasonal outdoor sundeck offering stunning views of the Space Needle.
Seattle chef turned food and beverage director Jon Langley is at the helm of the hotel’s culinary offerings. Currant Bistro, the hotel’s 36-seat restaurant and bar, serves small plates inspired by Spain and Italy, for that happy hour pick-me-up. You can pair it with a glass of delicious wine, with choices from the Northwest as well as California, France, and Italy. They have a wide selection of expertly crafted cocktails, to enjoy while you soak in some sun.
The Sound Hotel | 2120 4th Avenue, Seattle | (206) 441-7456