W Seattle, a Marriott International property conveniently located in the heart of downtown Seattle, recently announced its full list of holiday happenings and packages. Whether it’s locals, travelers or even those on the naughty list, there are many ways to indulge with W Seattle this season.
Join W Seattle in the Living Room bar for a local remix of holiday happenings, featuring live DJ sets Tuesday through Saturday, and an immersive, digital winter wonderland experience beginning at 4 PM daily. When you’re not jamming to the DJ, turn up on the go with W Hotels’ holiday playlist on Spotify: #ITSAWRAP2018. Want to stay and play? W Seattle is offering an Enchant Holiday package, complete with discounted Enchant Christmas tickets, complimentary parking, cocktails and more. Close out the season and ring in the new year with a W slant. The hotel’s extravagant, multilevel New Year’s Eve party will wow with VIP access, a full band and two DJs for twice the fun. Book early to secure your tickets before they are gone.
Weekly DJ and Immersive Winter Wonderland
November 23 – December 22, Tuesday through Saturday, 4 PM-7 PM / Friday and Saturday, 9:30 PM-1:30 AM
Make W Seattle’s Living Room your downtown destination for holiday cheer with a grown-up edge. Lose yourself in the beats of rotating DJs, experience W’s coveted cocktail culture and revel in the immersive, winter spectacle created by digital video mapping. Roast yourself by W Seattle’s roaring fireplace and relish in the scene.
Naughty or Nice: A Festive-Inspired Holiday Burlesque Show
Weekly performances from November 24 – December 22
Spice up your holidays with pop up Burlesque performances Tuesday and Thursdays from 5 PM-6 PM and every other Saturday from 7 PM-8 PM in the Living Room. See full schedule here. Elevate the experience and mark your calendars for a no cover tease of Land of the Sweets: Burlesque Nutcracker, showing this season at The Triple Door, complete with the show’s live jazz orchestra on November 29 from 4:30 PM-6:30 PM.
Yappy Howlidays Mutt Mixer
December 10, 5 PM-8 PM
Mix and mingle with other pup parents, sip on festive cocktails and take photos with the Grinch. Swag bags provided in partnership with City Dog Magazine. Free, no tickets required.
Eat, Drink & Be Ugly – National Ugly Sweater Day Party
December 21, 4 PM-8 PM
Gather your friends and don your ugliest holiday sweater for a party and happy hour in the Living Room. Try W’s modern take on classic holiday cocktails – like Aged Eggnog, Hot Buttered Scotch and Candy Cane Euphoria – while you compete for the title of Ugliest Sweater. One winner will win two FAB tickets to W Seattle’s NYE party ($150 total value).
NYE Party – Sparkle 2019 NYE Celebration
December 31, 9 PM-2 AM
Party away the night in the electrified Living Room, dance to the beats of DJ Pryme Tyme and raise a glass of champagne with W Seattle at midnight ($75 FAB general admission tickets). Add a little extra sparkle with VIP tickets, which include exclusive access to the second floor. Indulge in hearty bites, a hosted bar, a photo booth and live music from Copastetic from 9:30 PM-11:30 PM and DJ Able from 11:30 PM-1:30 AM ($200 GLAM VIP access). Staying at W Seattle? Hotel guests will receive two complimentary tickets per room. This is a 21+ event.
Skip the cooking: W Seattle’s TRACE has all the fixings. Indulge in TRACE’s bold new winter menu, which fuses the vibrant multicultural tastes of Hawaii-born Executive Chef, Steven Ariel, with the fresh flavors of the Pacific Northwest, when you stop in for drinks, a corporate event or even Thanksgiving. To buyout TRACE (25-65 people) for your next group dinner or holiday party, contact us at TraceSeattle@whotels.com. There are a few nights still available, so book your event today.
To learn more about or attend W Seattle’s happenings below visit www.facebook.com/wseattle/events.
1112 4th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101
Ph: (206) 264-6000
Lesley is the founder and editor of What’s Up NW. Prior to creating WhatsUpNW.com, she was the Seattle city editor for AskMissA.com. For both publications, Lesley has covered fashion shows, openings, and local charity events. She has written numerous articles shining the light on local businesses, encouraging readers to always shop local.