Pan Pacific Seattle plans one-bedroom suites // (c) 2011
Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle, a 160-room property located in the city's South Lake Union district, will be transforming 14 guestrooms into seven one-bedroom suites. The superior suites will cater to travelers seeking a complete luxury experience during their stay or to businesses looking for a venue for an intimate yet high-end executive board meeting.
“The one bedroom suites will be an exciting addition to the hotel,” said David Sullivan, general manager for Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle. “After a great five years, we are looking forward to offering our guests an even larger array of luxury and sustainable options during their stays with us.”
Fourteen rooms are being completely transformed and renovated with new furnishing, carpets, sheers and technology. They promise to offer first class furnishings such as dining tables for either six or eight people, suited for private meetings or in-room dining experiences.
In suite technologies will include media hubs that enable guests to stream HD video content from their iPod, iPhone, iPad, gaming console or laptop. Guests can also enjoy their own music library from any Bluetooth enabled device wirelessly over an audio speaker system.
Other enhanced amenities in each of the suites include bath caddies for the European oversized soaking tubs with loofas and bath salts, live plants, orchid flowers, slippers, high-end hair dryers, crystal glassware and overnight shoe shine with turn down service. Each guest will receive a manager escort upon check in.