A perfect getaway for the closeted rock n’roll fan
Pearl Jam is a world-famous home-grown Seattle rock band and the Beatles are world renowned for turning a new chapter in world music. situated on Elliot Bay Seattle’s Edgewater Hotel has chosen to honor its home-grown talent and a world music icon by creating and furnishing rock n’roll suites in reflection of each band’s stamp of music and their whimsical tastes and lifestyles to enchant their guests during their stay with them.
To bring in the Pearl Jam charm to its Pearl Jam Suite the Edgewater has opted for an “industrial, grunge-inspired” interior decor. With a hard-to-miss Moth floor space er Love Bone logo hung above the bed, authentic concert posters on the walls, a guitar and an amplifier (a thoughtful and classic touch that would make any rock n’roll fan’s heart leap) the Edgewater has brought in a cool chicness to the suite. Comfort-wise, the suite contains a gas fireplace and provides scenic views of the bay and the Olympic Mountains. The hotel’s website announces that this unique Pearl Jam Suite was designed with not only the approval but also the help of the band and its fan club. The Edgewater also plans to donate 10% of the suite’s proceeds between now and Pearl Jam’s performances in Seattle in August to end homelessness in its hometown.
Same as the Pearl Jam Suite, The Beatles Suite gives its guest a scenic view of the bay and the mountains. Apart from the view; within its 750 sq. ft. floor space the Beatles Suite contain a king-size bed, a living area, a dining room, a fireplace and a European spa bathroom. Beatles LP covers and other related artwork are used as interior deco for the suite. To allow the guest to notch up the authentic Beatles ambiance at his own whim and fancy; the suite comes with Beatles albums and a record player. Historically, the Beatles stayed in Room 272 of the Edgewater in August 1964. Their namesake suite does contain some whimsical and rare photographs of the Beatles fishing in the bay from their room 272, showing their dislike to leave the hotel in the early days.
Source: Ultimate Classic Rock