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 Hotel Dusk, Open for Business
Vengadise Winters
 Posted: Oct 13 2012, 5:29 AM
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Hotel Dusk

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From the street Hotel Dusk looks almost ordinary, but in the same sense grand, the sand-coloured brick building standing three floors high, white stone steps leading up to the entrance. The front doors open into the lobby area, with the floors beyond comprising of its many guest rooms and disguising from onlookers the fact of its 1914 construction and the century old Belle vampire that claims her private residences within as its owner.

For the ease of guests the hotel is comfortably located on the very edge of the inner city, close to the central precinct with everything imaginable that Seattle has to offer, any and every club, café, restaurant or store one might want to visit, whether for the purpose of business or pleasure. The various rooms are set up to cater for clientele with all types of budget, from the most basic standard design of a hotel room, to an interconnected suite for the visiting vampire and his servant; joined rooms, one of which is blacked out for the undead resident, the other free to enjoy the view and the sunlight.

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Walking up the steps and across the small balcony bordered by brick pillars, the doors open up into a chic and comfortable lobby. The reception desk sits to the right as you enter, but the main feature is the fireplace recessed into the bookshelf-cum-wall opposite, a sofa and separate table and chairs set before it, there to be used for a needed break, a spot to wait, or somewhere to connect with friends.

Another lounge area is set up as a mezzanine floor loft above the lobby, reached by climbing a small flight of stairs, a second place to meet casually, or maybe read the daily news. At the bottom of the loft staircase a small alcove contains the elevator to ascend the short distance to the two storeys of accommodation above.

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Guest Rooms

The configuration of the guest rooms at Dusk range in description dependable on the client’s needs and budget, but they are all furnished and decorated to the finest quality, bathed in warm and freshly welcoming colours. Access into the rooms is by electronic swipe card, received when you check in at reception on arrival, and a cleaner goes through every day to do the housekeeping; making the bed, replacing towels, and generally straightening things up unless specifically asked not to.

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The most basic set up is with the standard rooms, suited to the individual traveller or those on a more modest budget. A large comfortable bed with soft headboard the rooms all share sits centrepiece, with ample lighting over a work desk and chair set underneath a wall-mounted plasma TV.

The same set up is also available as a twin layout with two queen beds, and each of these rooms have an adjoined bathroom with complimentary use of plush robes.

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For the next level up in comfort and in budget there are the superior rooms, combining the bed with spacious sitting in the same room. As well as the usual bathroom, there is a separate vanity area with lighted mirror and leather ottoman, and also a walk-in wardrobe.

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The connected suites feature separate sitting room and bedroom zones divided by French doors; the lounge room furnished with a large sofa, chairs and wall-mounted TV. This choice of accommodation has a joined bathroom, vanity area and walk-in wardrobe.

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Finally there are the more luxurious grand suites, of which Hotel Dusk has four. The grand suites offer two spacious bedrooms; the main bedroom’s bathroom featuring a large jet tub overlooking the street, a glass two-person shower and vanity area with double sinks.

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The living room’s large couch is comfortably in the middle of the central space, facing the wall-mounted TV and alongside a work desk. These large suites also have a dining area large enough to seat eight, and a wet bar in the same corner.

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All of the room configurations also have secure blackout options for the visiting vampire, whether as a single standard for those travelling alone, or as one-half of a connected or grand suite, one room blacked out for the vampire master and the second standard for their faithful.


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Vengadise Winters
 Posted: Oct 13 2012, 5:42 AM
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Function Rooms

There is no restaurant to speak of at Dusk, but that doesn’t mean there are strictly no options for food. A moderately sized kitchen on site with chef is available to cater for guest requirements, to cook for a function taking place in one of the meeting spaces or for those wishing to have a sit-down meal at the dining table for example the one to be found in the grand suites.

Accessible beyond the comfort of the lobby is the two levelled ballroom of the hotel, mimicked from the reception area with a loft surrounding the interior perimeter of the room. The flexibility of the space means it can be hired out for a number of private uses, for dinners, meetings, receptions, or whatever the occasion may call for.


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Further into the hotel there is also another conference room, a moderately sized square space that can be divided into two for smaller gatherings.

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Notables and Staff

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Vengadise Winters
Owner Operator
The Belle vampire recently moved to Seattle calls the newly opened Hotel Dusk home, owning and running the overall needs of the premises during her night-time waking hours.

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Cameron Nelson
Personal Security
An old friend from the past, the werewolf Cam has come to help Vengadise with her new venture; acting as personal security for her during the daylight hours and doing what general to-do duties are required about the place.

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Roselyn White
Receptionist - NPC
A born and bred Seattle girl, Rose applied for the receptionist position advertised through the Times. Friendly and approachable but also no-nonsense and committed to her job, she is ideal for the work, manning the front desk and in charge of minor office duties as well.

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Maggie Hall
Housekeeping - NPC
Unrelated but so similar in appearance she could almost pass as the young lady on reception’s mother or aunt, Maggie handles the housekeeping duties of the hotel, overseeing and cleaning guest rooms, making beds and organising the operation of the laundry.

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Emma and Karl Young
Catering and Serving - NPCs
A husband and wife duo matched up perfectly, the Youngs are responsible for the catering at Dusk, Karl working in the kitchen doing the cooking and prep, and Emma acting as maître d’ or server to the guests.


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