Warwick Seattle Hotel completes phase II of renovations

 Warwick Seattle Hotel announced the completion of Phase II of a multi-million dollar renovation project.

An additional 75 rooms comprising floors 8 to 12 received a total transformation, as well as a comprehensive refurbishing of the corridors. Including Phase I completed in 2010, two-thirds of the hotel, encompassing 149 rooms on 10 floors, has been renovated at a cost of more than $2.2 million.

Warwick Seattle Hotel also redesigned the rooms, removing all double beds. Each of the rooms now has new Serta pillow-top beds and can either be enjoyed with two queen beds in the room, or a king bed with a full-sized pull-out sofa bed.

Carpet, paint, furniture and accessories, from light fixtures to artwork featuring Seattle landmarks, are all new as well. The bathrooms still feature Italian marble, but now offer new shower curtains, upgraded lighting and new semi-rain shower heads. Thirty-seven inch flat-screen LCD television sets and iPod docking stations can be enjoyed in each room.

 

Warwick International Hotels also invested for a complete lobby renovation to be completed during the first quarter of 2012. Phase III, scheduled for completion by the end of 2012, will finish all guest rooms and suites.

 

The hotel’s 226 guest rooms and four suites feature floor-to-ceiling glass sliding doors with Juliet balconies offering views of the Seattle Space Needle or city skyline. Guest rooms are furnished with a minibar or refrigerator, in-room safe, work space, telephones equipped with voice mail and data port, hairdryer, iron and ironing board, movies and games system, as well as designer bath amenities.

Warwick Seattle Hotel is located in the heart of Belltown. It is one of the few downtown Seattle hotels to offer an indoor heated swimming pool and whirlpool. Other amenities include a sauna, exercise facility with new fitness equipment and a 24-hour business center.

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