Traditional Hotels

Unless otherwise stated, all traditional hotels accept credit cards, and have en-suite bathrooms and air conditioning.

  1. Westin

    Located in two round towers, the Westin has an indoor pool, 24-hour room service, in-room movies, valet/laundry, two restaurants, a business center, and non-smoking rooms.

  2. Fairmont Olympic

    One of Seattle’s oldest four-star establishments, this landmark hotel has treated guests with the utmost elegance and personalized service since it opened in 1924.

  3. Hilton

    Its proximity to the Convention Center makes the Hilton popular with business travelers. All rooms are above the 14th floor, affording phenomenal views. Free HBO and cable TV, as well as such amenities as refrigerators, coffee makers, and hair dryers, are provided. Check out their senior citizen and family discount plans.

  4. Sheraton

    Guests can relax in front of the cozy lobby fireplace or head for The Gallery, a Northwest wine bar, for delicious hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, Washington state’s award-winning wines, and a selection of fine cigars.

  5. Grand Hyatt

    This elegant hotel’s deluxe rooms feature cordless, two-line phones and Internet access. Guests have free use of the sprawling health club, which has an exercise room, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam bath, lockers, circuit machines, and cardio machines with flat-screen televisions.

  6. Renaissance Seattle

    This deluxe hotel has a penthouse swimming pool, a whirlpool tub, and a workout room. It is near many major attractions

  7. Seattle Marriott Waterfront

    This waterfront gem with excellent views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains opened in 2003 and is Seattle’s first full-service hotel. Celebrity chef Todd English runs Fish Club inside this contemporary property.

  8. Edgewater Inn

    All rooms combine luxury with Pacific Northwest charm. Features include handcrafted pine furniture, river rock fireplaces, Ralph Lauren bedding, turn-down service, deluxe bath amenities, and in-room Starbucks coffee service. A perfect alternative to downtown hotels.

  9. Courtyard (Westlake)

    One of Marriott’s less expensive hotels offers great lake views and proximity to Seattle Center and I-5. Rooms have free Internet access, and there’s also an indoor swimming pool.

  10. Crowne Plaza

    A reputed chain hotel with well-appointed rooms and an easy walk to the Convention Center and trendy boutiques.

    • 1113 6th Ave

    • 1 800 521 2762

    • Dis. access

Boutique Hotels

  1. W

    This sleek property attracts the hip, trendy, and well-heeled. It offers modern amenities, impeccable service, and signature ultra-comfortable beds.

  2. Hotel Monaco

    What was once a phone company’s switching center is now a sophisticated hotel. All rooms come with a CD stereo.

  3. Mayflower Park

    Built in 1927, this is one of Seattle’s last independently-owned hotels. Room designs reflect common Queen Anne touches in subtle and dark hues. The house restaurant is Andaluca, a small, top-rated establishment with excellent Mediterranean fare. The adjoining bar, Oliver’s, makes exquisite martinis.

  4. Sorrento

    At the opulent Sorrento guests find Seattle’s finest luxury boutique hotel as well as a destination gourmet restaurant, the Hunt Club. Take pleasure in Italian marble bathrooms, 400 thread-count Egyptian cotton linens, and a complimentary car service within downtown.

  5. Alexis

    Since 1901, the Alexis has lived up to its stellar reputation as an elegant haven for those who prefer pampering. Evening wine tasting, 24-hour room service, Internet access, steam and fitness room, full day spa, and the Bookstore Bar are some of the highlights.

  6. Hotel Vintage Park

    Part of the upscale Kimpton group, this hotel offers such comforts as plush terrycloth robes, lush fabrics and cherry wood furniture, and a hosted wine hour by a wood-burning fireplace in the lobby. Try Tulio, the award-winning Italian restaurant downstairs for a sumptuous dinner.

  7. Roosevelt

    This 1929-era hotel named for the 26th United States president is centrally located near downtown’s best shopping centers. Evenings bring live jazz piano to the lobby, where the fireplace draws visitors to gather and relax.

  8. Hotel Max

    Formerly the Vance, this hip boutique hotel features original artwork by local artists. Located in the heart of downtown.

  9. Inn at Virginia Mason

    Owned by the nearby Virginia Mason Hospital , this 1920s-era inn entices visitors with wood-burning fireplaces in some rooms, a rooftop café, and excellent city views from residential Pill Hill.

    • 1006 Spring St

    • 1 800 283 6453

    • Dis. access

  10. Inn at Harbor Steps

    This city-center hotel boasts amenities such as fireplaces, spa tubs, wet bar, and more. Rates include gourmet breakfast and afternoon hors d’oeuvres. There’s also a fitness center, indoor pool, and basketball court.

    • 1221 1st Ave

    • 1 888 728 8910

    • Dis. access

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