W Scottsdale to unveil Theresa Fatino-designed suites

W Scottsdale has announced that it will debut six new specialty suites in January 2013. The new accommodations will be located on a private wing of the hotel’s sixth floor, accessible only by guests of the six suites.

This group of six custom suites is expected to offer a new level of luxury to W Scottsdale guests. The accommodation selection will include a one-bedroom Wow Suite, four two-bedroom Wow Suites, and a 2,200-square-foot Extreme Wow corner suite.

These sixth-floor specialty suites are accessible via private elevator, which opens to a chic corridor, complete with crystal chandeliers, sultry electronic tones and rich dark wood paneled doors. The suites feature views of Scottsdale, Camelback Mountain, or the hotel’s WET deck.

The design of the new W Scottsdale suites will be crafted by luxury designer Theresa Fatino, whose work includes SLS Hotels, The Bazaar by Jose Andres, St. Regis, and W Hotels & Residences Worldwide.

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At the new sixth-floor suites at W Scottsdale, each features a separate living room, high-tech kitchen and en-suite laundry unit, as well as hardwood floors, sliding glass doors, balconies and floor-to-ceiling windows. Master bedrooms feature walk-in closets and attached baths with full vanity walls, stone and porcelain textures, chrome fixtures and wall and ceiling-mount rain shower heads. Two-bedroom WOW suites offer an additional bedroom, bathroom and closet.

Each suite has Flat Panel televisions, seating, and in-room entertainment featuring a clock/radio/alarm iPod docking station and a culturally aware media library of personally selected W favorites. A "floating" signature W bed, including 350-thread-count linens, pillowtop mattress, goose-down comforter and down-filled pillows are available.

Guests of the new suites will also have access to exclusive W Scottsdale amenities, including Arizona’s only Bliss Spa, Sushi Roku restaurant, and W Hotels The Store, plus three destination bars – the W Living Room, Shade and sunset.beach.

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