Hilton's Tapestry Collection expands into Washington with new Seattle hotel

The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown. Photo credit: The Hotel Group

Washington-based hotel management and investment company The Hotel Group is expanding its footprint in Seattle. The company will manage The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown, part of Hilton’s Tapestry Collection soft brand. This is the first Tapestry for Hilton Hotels and Resorts property in Washington state.

The 142-guestroom hotel is being developed as part of a 42-story mixed-use building which will also house Arrivè, a residential complex. The hotel take up the first through 10th floors with a first-floor lobby and restaurant. 

A guestroom at the Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown
The Sound Hotel Seattle Belltown

“The Sound Hotel is being designed as a vibrant property that will celebrate the sights, sounds, and tastes that are uniquely Seattle,” Douglas Dreher, the CEO and president of The Hotel Group, said in a statement, noting that its Tapestry membership would give the hotel a chance to “create [its] own identity” while benefitting from Hilton’s support.

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The Sound Hotel is located near The Space Needle, Chihuly Garden & Glass, and the Pacific Science Center. It is approximately a third of a mile from Puget Sound and a short walk from some of the world’s largest technology corporations, including Amazon and Wireless Advocates. 

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