The Alexis Hotels dedicated suites are a unique partnership with Pacific Northwest arts organizations. Unlike any other luxury suites in the city, these rooms showcase the Alexis Hotels dedication to the arts community and provide a one-of-a-kind interactive experience for its art-loving guests.
The specialty suites incorporate thematic elements provided by the partner entities, from original works of art hung in the Seattle Art Museum and Seattle Asian Art Museum suites, to guitars signed by Coldplay and the BoDeans in the KMTT-FM The Mountain suite. Through behind-the-scenes photographs and mementos, dedicated suite guests can almost feel what it's like to be backstage at the Pacific Northwest Ballet or hear the Seattle Symphony Orchestra warming up before a show.
The Alexis donates 10 percent of the room rate back to its dedicated suite partners and also provides the organizations with a block of room nights to use for entertaining donors, dignitaries and visiting VIPs. The unconventional marketing partnership provides arts entities with an innovative new way to engage their core audiences, while giving arts enthusiasts with a new way to show their support for the organizations they care deeply about.
Curl up with a good book and toasty fire in our suite dedicated to the literary arts. The Authors Suite features a variety of books from best sellers to classics, including signed copies of Joan Andersons An Unfinished Marriage, Nicholas Dawidoffs The Fly Swatter, and Naomi Wolfs Misconceptions. This suite features a cozy wood-burning fireplace flanked by designer bookshelves displaying the literary collection, with a jetted bathtub to help your mind, body and soul unwind.
Canlis Glass Suite
This rich, vibrant suite provides a gateway to the magical and colorful world of hand blown glass. Insights into the craft of local glass artist Jean-Pierre Canlis are displayed on the walls of this 700-square foot premier suite. Catch a glimpse of this genius in action with life-size photos of Canlis hard at work in his studio while relaxing in the luxurious king bed. Or kick-back on the L-shaped couch in the adjoining media room and watch your favorite program on the 40-inch flat screen HD television.
Seattle Art Museum Suite
Step into this 1,225-square foot suite and youll feel like youve entered your own personal museum. The spacious one-bedroom suite showcases original works of art from the Seattle Art Museum, hand-picked by curator Barbara Shaiman. An elegant dining table, high-end media room, exposed brick walls and dramatic skylights make this a natural space for artful entertaining. The king bed, oversized bathroom with Jacuzzi tub and separate powder room provide unparalleled luxury and relaxation.
Seattle Asian Art Museum Suite
Calming and serene is the theme in the Seattle Asian Art Museum Suite. Dedicated to Zen living, this one-bedroom suite showcases Asian-influenced artwork from Seattles famed Asian Art Museum. Personally selected by curator Barbara Shaiman, the original pieces complement modern amenities one might find in an artists personal studio. Youll feel the tensions leave your body as you step out onto the spacious balcony overlooking our airy courtyard.
Pacific Northwest Ballet Suite
The Pacific Northwest Ballet suite offers a glimpse behind the scenes of Seattles world-class dance company with beautiful, candid photographs of the dancers, stage sets, and the dedication to the art of ballet. A separate living room and dining area provide a spacious and bright escape into the elegant world of dance. The view of Puget Sound doesnt disappoint.
KMTT-FM The Mountain Suite
The music vibe is louder and stronger than ever in Seattle and this rockin suite hits a high note. Seattles KMTT-FM The Mountain radio station highlights Seattles vibrant music scene with mementos collected during the stations 15+ year tenure, including guitars signed by Coldplay and the BoDeans. The suites ample seating area, wet bar and state-of-the-art entertainment system provides the perfect setting for an intimate celebration or listening party for ten.
Seattle Symphony Suite
The sights and sounds of Seattle come alive in this amazing suite, providing guests with a virtual front row seat to the Seattle Symphony. You can almost hear the crescendo of the music as you gaze upon behind-the-scenes photographs of the world-renowned musicians who have performed on the stage at Seattles Benaroya Hall. A spacious dining table and world-class entertainment system help make this a suite a natural space for entertaining and listening to music.
About the Alexis Hotel
Known as A Work of Art, the historic Alexis Hotel is an AAA Four-Diamond hotel that showcases the distinctive diversity and culture of the Pacific Northwest through displays of original artwork and seasonal art exhibits throughout the hotel. Noted as a cultural beacon dedicated to the literary, visual and musical arts, the luxury boutique hotel has 121 guestrooms, including seven specialty suites. The Alexis houses the full-service Etherea Salon.Spa, an on-site fitness facility and private steam room. The hotel is also home to the Library Bistro and The Bookstore Bar and Caf, serving contemporary American food, Pacific Northwest wines, signature cocktails and a variety of and one of the largest single-malt scotch selections in the city. The Alexis Hotel was named one of the top 500 hotels in the world for 2007 by Travel + Leisure magazine, and is included in Cond Nast Travelers 2007 Gold List. Located on 1007 First Avenue at Madison Street, the Alexis Hotel is one block east of the ferry terminal and Seattle's waterfront and within walking distance of the Seattle Art Museum, Pike Place Market and historic Pioneer Square. For more information, visit www.alexishotel.com or call 888.850.1155.
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Brandyn Hull, Kimpton Hotels Seattle, 206.340.6678, Brandyn.Hull@kimptonhotels.com