The Stadium Place development, towering over Centurylink Field on the edge of Pioneer Square, had two distinct phases. The first brought us luxury apartment buildings the Wave, which has actual views of the inside of the stadium, and Nolo. The second brought us office building Hawk Tower and a Hilton Embassy Suites hotel.
We got a tiny peek at the Embassy Suites building last month when our colleagues at Eater Seattle got a tour inside the new 13 Coins, which is now open for business on the ground floor. The hotel above is opening its doors to the public on March 28, and Hilton gave us a few photos of what it’s calling its “flagship” Embassy Suites.
Appropriate to the name, many of the hotel’s suites have separate living and sleeping areas, some with multiple bedrooms—an antidote to many hotels springing up in the area with small-space accommodations for solo travelers. Interiors by Degen & Degen feature locally sourced artwork.
And, like with Wave, some of the higher-up rooms have a view of the inside of the stadium.
Some “studio” suites only have one room but still offer more space than a typical hotel room, with a sofa bed for additional guests.
Somewhere in between: a two-room suite with a king bed in one room and a pull-out queen in the other.
Embassy Suites says internet in the guestrooms has the “highest bandwidth” out of any hotel in the city, and each room is equipped with Amazon Alexa and 4K smart televisions.
In addition to the guestrooms, the hotel has a 7,433-square-foot ballroom; a hotel lobby bar; a gym with an indoor pool, hot tub, and exercise room; and a sun terrace overlooking Centurylink Field. A six-story atrium in the lobby features an outdoor courtyard.
Hilton Hotels worked with American Life, the developer behind the whole Stadium Place project, on the building.
A search for rooms shows rates starting between $200 and $300, with a two-bedroom suite with two patios going for more than $2,000 per night.