Celebrating “The Year of Roll ‘n’ Roll” The Edgewater, the iconic Noble House Hotel and the only over-the-water hotel in Seattle, has announced today the addition of a new, luxurious suite paying tribute to legendary Seattle-based band, Pearl Jam. Additionally, the hotel is also revamping its famous Beatles Suite having hosted the band in its heyday and being widely known for the famous image of the band fishing out of a window at the hotel.

The Edgewater Lobby

The Edgewater Lobby

The Edgewater has also created a comprehensive music program as an ode to the hotel’s distinct music history. The foundation of the music program focuses on providing guitars and sheet music from local guitar shop, Emerald City Guitars, as well as ION record players and albums from Easy Street Records, as an ode to the hotel’s deep musical past.

The Beatles Suite

The Beatles Suite

As The Edgewater has a renowned reputation for hosting a long list of world-famous musicians, including The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa, and Stevie Wonder, the Pearl Jam Suite will act as yet another tribute to the hotel’s rich music history.  The new suites are expected to debut in April 2018.

“The new and refreshed spaces pay homage to our unique Pacific Northwest-inspired design and our devotion to preserving the hotel’s profound music history,” said Scott Colee, chief creative officer for Noble House Hotels & Resorts.

67 Bar

67 Bar

The iconic Beatles Suite, which has long been a tribute to the hotel’s famed guests, The Beatles, during their 1964 tour in Seattle, will receive a design refresh, as well as new Beatles memorabilia, turntables, records, and much more for the ultimate fan to indulge in.

Decked out in historic memorabilia, the new Pearl Jam Suite will pay tribute to the iconic band’s storied musical, social and artistic history.  Historic tour posters will adorn the space, as well as a vintage Oriental rug, L-shaped couch, floor lamps activated by a guitar pedal, and a new custom bed, among other unique décor.  Guests can indulge in the ultimate rock ‘n’ roll experience in the Pearl Jam Suite, which will feature the following:

  • Large wall graphics of Pearl Jam fans
  • A Pearl Jam curated library of books
  • Vinyl turn table and cassette players
  • Guitar and fender amps for guest check-out
  • Street art of Pearl Jam-related iconography adorned on the walls and furniture
  • Set-lists from past shows
  • A state of the art sound system, and much more

The new spaces will be officially unveiled in spring 2018.  For more information on The Edgewater, please visit www.edgewaterhotel.com or call (206) 728-7000.

67 Lounge

67 Lounge

About The Edgewater
As the only over-water hotel in Seattle, The Edgewater, a Noble House Hotel, exudes authentic Pacific Northwest décor with unobstructed views overlooking the Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains while providing guests with a high-end dining experience at Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge and a rich history of having hosted famous musicians including The Beatles, Led Zeppelin, Frank Zappa, and Stevie Wonder for over the past five decades. The Edgewater boasts 223 guestrooms and three luxury suites, including The Beatles Suite where the iconic “fishing out the window” photo was captured of the band fishing out the window into Elliott Bay. The award-winning restaurant, Six Seven Restaurant & Lounge at The Edgewater, combines breathtaking, unobstructed views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains, with Northwest-inspired cuisine in an elegant setting with custom décor. For more information and reservations, please call 206.728.7000 or visit  www.edgewaterhotel.com. 

Guestroom C #152

Guestroom C #152

About Noble House Hotels & Resorts

A privately held company for more than 30 years, Noble House Hotels & Resorts, Ltd. was founded in 1979 by owner Patrick R. Colee as a commercial property development group, transitioning in 1994 to a hotel ownership management company. Headquartered in Seattle, Wash., the corporation owns and manages an upscale portfolio of 15 distinct and visually captivating properties spanning the U.S.  From the historic passenger Napa Valley Wine Train, to luxury resorts in Seattle, Wash. Jackson Hole, Wyo. and the Florida Keys, each property maximizes and showcases its physical setting. Noble House is continuously growing, operating 43 hotel restaurants, bars and lounges, showcasing local culture and inspiration from local surroundings.  With a philosophy that emphasizes “location, distinction and soul,” Noble House Hotels & Resorts exemplifies individuality, dedicating itself to creating and managing exceptional properties that contribute to their communities, staying true to local history, culture and ambiance.