Spotlight on W Seattle Sound Suite
What does a pink bubble have to do with a destination known as Emerald City? Everything in the case of W Seattle, the first of the hotel brand’s American locations to launch W Sound Suite. The brainchild of W Brand’s North American Music Director, DJ White Shadow, the recording studios put W Hotels at the forefront of the world’s music scene. The Sound Suites offer a creative zone for artists, with the results adding to the experience for guests at W Hotels around the globe. On the events side, attendees can test their vocal skills using the studio or enjoy a performance on-site.
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