The view of downtown Seattle from the Camlin Hotel's top-floor Cloud Room was forever ruined in the early '70s by Pacific Northwest Bell's new headquarters tower. Originally, the building was billed as being at the made-up address of "1600 Bell Plaza," confusing out-of-town phone company officials and everyone else who didn't know it was really on 7th Avenue. With the Baby Bell spinoffs in 1984, the building transformed from PNB's head office to a mere divisional outpost of the Colorado-based US West--which, in turn, was just acquired by the long-distance provider Qwest (no relation to the Quincy Jones-owned record label of the same name).