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Seattle Hotel Insider
The Pacific Northwest’s most thriving metropolis, Seattle is an ultra-cool, high-tech city that excels in everything from great food and coffee to interesting museums, a top-notch cultural scene, and of course, natural beauty. From its lovely waterfront and famous Pike Place ... read more
Market to the trendy neighborhoods and rich mountain scenery, Seattle is a visitor’s dream. And luckily, the city is full of great places to rest and recharge in between all the sightseeing and activity.

Hotels in Seattle
Seattle’s hotels are many and diverse. The downtown area is close to most major attractions and not far from the waterfront and ferries. Many of the options in this area cater to business travelers, as Seattle is a major destination for high-tech companies and often plays host to a variety industry conferences. Popular business and leisure hotel options within the greater downtown area include: the Four Seasons Hotel adjacent to Pike Place Market; the boutique Hotel Monaco, popular among young executives; the eco-friendly Hyatt at Olive 8 near the Convention Center (the city’s first LEED-certified hotel); and the Pan Pacific Seattle, a contemporary gem slightly removed from the heart of downtown and housing a trendy Whole Foods Market on its lower level. Another option near Pike Place Market is the upscale Inn at the Market, a boutique gem with a lovely rooftop deck and water views. There are plenty of Seattle hotels that offer all the comfort, amenities and convenience a traveler requires. For business and leisure travelers, the high-tech and hip W Hotel Seattle won't disappoint with its sleek, contemporary decor and extra features such as their FIT gym, WIRED business center and the Living Room centered around a three-story fireplace topped by a DJ (not to mention the special amenities they provide for any traveling pets!). Other good central options include Hotel Andra, housed in a vintage building but upgraded with contemporary Scandinavian style, and the historic Arctic Club Seattle, originally opened as a club for successful gentleman purveyors of the Alaskan gold rush. Along the waterfront, the appropriately named Edgewater Hotel Seattle combines comfort with great views in a modern “mountain lodge” theme, with rooms that feature working fireplaces and homey pine furniture. Traveling with the kids? Many of Seattle’s hotels are family-friendly. This includes the Silver Cloud Inns, which are strategically located about Seattle and in some cases offer indoor or outdoor pools, a rarity in the city. Comfort Suites Downtown Seattle Center is another option that provides extra room for moms and dads. Visitors may also want to consider the MarQueen Hotel, the Maxwell Hotel or the Hampton Inn and Suites, all near the Seattle Center. And for those who don’t mind staying slightly outside the city, the Seattle Airport Marriott can be another pleasant choice with a fun indoor atrium pool for the kids.

Things to do in Seattle
The waterfront remains central to Seattle tourism and Pike Place Market is the number one attraction in Seattle for a reason. Visitors of all ages enjoy this stop. This historic marketplace can be a great place to shop, eat and take in the views and is easily accessible from downtown Seattle, the financial and retail center of the city offering a wealth of dining and shopping options. Leave the busy streets of downtown behind and you are quickly introduced to a plethora of diverse neighborhoods and the expansive natural beauty that defines Seattle life. Seattle Center -- a 74-acre parks, arts and entertainment center at the heart of the city and featuring the famous Seattle Space Needle -- can be a great location for families and vacationers to visit or even to station themselves for their stay. Here one will find many mid-priced hotels as well as a variety of family-friendly eateries and a location that offers convenient access to the monorail headed downtown. Home to a many of Seattle's finest venues and museums (for both adults and children), the Center itself also periodically becomes a venue in its own right when it hosts premier events and festivals. Art, food and sports enthusiasts will want to be sure to check out historic Pioneer Square. This up-and-coming neighborhood is the oldest in Seattle and home to a unique collection of creative shops, enticing eateries, and innovative local breweries and cocktail bars. It's also located near Seattle's stadiums ensuring the neighborhood is often host to boisterous game night activities. Foodies and nightlife lovers will also enjoy trendy Capitol Hill. Known as the LGBT capital of Seattle, this neighborhood is a hub of the music and counterculture scenes in Seattle and offers a diverse range of dining and entertainment options. Just beyond the city, a world of outdoor adventure awaits: Mt. Rainier, Bainbridge Island, the San Juan Islands, Snoqualmie Falls and more. Whether it's by car, bicycle, kayak, on skis or on foot, there's no shortage of activities to keep any adventurous visitor to Seattle busy for days.

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  • 1
    W Seattle

    W Seattle

    Class:
    4.5
    17 reviews
    Good! - 78% of guests recommend

    If you want to stay in a cool place, the W is always that. The rooms at this location are very nice, and the staff friendly. The room service was excellent, and the location was good.

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    The Westin Seattle

    The Westin Seattle

    Class:
    3.5
    22 reviews
    Very Good! - 82% of guests recommend

    They need to remodel this mug. Beautiful views as there are two towers that give a nice panoramic of the Space Needle, Pike's, etc. depending on what floor and which side your room faces. Also the rooms are all shaped like pizza slices due to the buildings being towers. Convenient for walking around downtown, site seeing, galibanting blah blah blah. ...

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    Sheraton Seattle Hotel

    Sheraton Seattle Hotel

    Class:
    4
    12 reviews
    Excellent! - 85% of guests recommend

    I have stayed here on multiple occasions for business. Great hotel in the center of downtown Seattle. Large, bustling lobby - great for people watching. The restaurant (name?) is great. Good food in a comfortable atmosphere (try the thick cut pork chops - yum!). I travel alone on biz and felt quite comfortable eating alone in the restaurant. From the ...

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    Edgewater Hotel

    Edgewater Hotel

    Class:
    4.5
    10 reviews

    Really cool hotel right on the Puget sound. Great location: walking distance to Pike Place Market and all downtown shops and restaurants. You are also really close to the Olympic sculpture park, where you can enjoy great outdoor sculptures. The hotel itself is quite unique, I would describe it as a ski lodge on the water. I love the lobby ...

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  • 5
    The Fairmont Olympic Seattle

    The Fairmont Olympic Seattle

    Class:
    5
    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Lovely Hotel with all the class and style of you expect from a Fairmont. The location is okay. You are on the outer edge of the shopping district and a cab ride away from the Pike Market.

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    Pan Pacific Seattle

    Pan Pacific Seattle

    Class:
    4.5
    9 reviews
    Excellent! - 91% of guests recommend

    Very nice hotel. Came here for a legacy celebration event. Catering is top notch and location is right in the heart of Seattle. The Space Needle is nearby and there is decent parking.

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    The Sorrento Hotel

    The Sorrento Hotel

    Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 88% of guests recommend

    This place is amazing! My Aunt actually lived here back in the 40's. It is elegant, filled with history, clean, comfortable & a great location for exploring Seattle. The food is good & I love the Fireside room, but it is pricey for food. I could live here!

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    Hotel Monaco Seattle - a Kimpton Hotel

    Hotel Monaco Seattle - a Kimpton Hotel

    Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    Wonderful hotel if you are going to stay in Seattle. They are pet friendly and like all kimpton hotels have great customer service and adorable styling. While it's a couple blocks off the main path if you don't mind walking to your tourist destinations like Pike Place or the shopping district it's a lovely hotel.

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  • 9
    Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

    Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

    Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 95% of guests recommend

    Total luxury. Checking in and out is super quick; the staff is quite hospitable, and the concierge really knows his stuff if you need help. Great views, especially if you can get one that faces the Puget Sound - but if you don’t, just go hang out on the roof (there’s a bar!).

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    Hotel 1000

    Hotel 1000

    Class:
    4.5
    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 96% of guests recommend

    Pricey place but oh my god, do you get what you pay for! There's a Microsoft Surface in the lobby, staff are friendly and extremely attentive. The concierges are knowledgable and helpful. The attached restaurant is really good and well priced for what you get. And the rooms are just amazing.

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    Warwick Seattle Hotel

    Warwick Seattle Hotel

    Class:
    4
    8 reviews
    Very Good! - 80% of guests recommend

    I love the location of the Warwick – it’s situated exactly halfway between Westlake Center (the busiest shopping area of downtown Seattle) and Seattle Center (aka, the Space Needle). So if you stay here, you can walk to Pike Place Market, the music and sci-fi museums, the art museum, all the clubs and bars in Belltown - it’s all very ...

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    Inn at the Market

    Inn at the Market

    Class:
    5
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 94% of guests recommend

    This hotel can't be beat for families visiting Seattle. Inn at the Market is right at Pike Place, so it's close to some of Seattle's top restaurants and attractions. The market itself is a great place to take kids. They'll have the chance to taste some of the city's best fruits and veggies, plus there are fun things to do ...

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    Hotel Max

    Hotel Max

    Class:
    4
    7 reviews
    Good! - 75% of guests recommend

    I read a few complaints online about how Hotel Max is cool but old and small - but for me, old isn’t something to complain about. I guess if you’re looking for super-modern and roomy, maybe you shouldn’t check into an older little boutique. I love the artsy vibe at Hotel Max, and the rooms are indeed small but really ...

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  • 14
    Mayflower Park

    Mayflower Park

    Class:
    4
    7 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    A great place to stay if you want to be in the heart of everything. Walk to Pike Place Market within a few blocks, and enjoy all of the dining and entertainment that downtown has to offer. Plenty of activities are nearby, and the tours pickup here as well. The rooms are very nice, and the service is excellent.

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    Alexis Hotel

    Alexis Hotel

    Class:
    5
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Even if you don’t stay here, at least check out the artwork in the lobby and the halls. They rotate it four times a year and it always features gorgeous work by local artists – it’s like a free trip to the museum! If you do stay, all the rooms have original artwork as well. This suite was amazing, I’m ...

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    The Maxwell Hotel

    The Maxwell Hotel

    Class:
    4.5
    5 reviews
    Excellent! - 92% of guests recommend

    The Maxwell Hotel is a go-to accommodation near Seattle Center, a real hub for family activities in the city. It's convenient to get a hotel in one of the nearby neighborhoods, but while there are more hotels in the Belltown area, hotels in the Lower Queen Anne region are better for kids. The neighborhood is closer to Seattle Center itself ...

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    Mediterranean Inn

    Mediterranean Inn

    Class:
    4.5
    5 reviews
    Very Good! - 83% of guests recommend

    Rooms at the Mediterranean are more like little studios than hotel rooms - but you wouldn’t know that’s what you’re getting based on the very reasonable price! It’s really nice to have a kitchenette, especially if you plan on spending some time at Pike Place Market (and buying way too much food, like I did!). Definitely keep in mind that ...

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  • 18
    Grand Hyatt Seattle

    Grand Hyatt Seattle

    Class:
    4
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 90% of guests recommend

    Very nice hotel, location was PERFECT for going to the Seattle Convention Center (right across the street!) A Starbucks and Ruth Chris Steakhouse is connected to the hotel, along with a Blue C Sushi (Conveyor belt sushi). Room itself was really clean,great views, good design and good (if expensive, but most hotels have this price point) room service. Bathroom was ...

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    Doubletree Arctic Club Hotel Seattle

    Doubletree Arctic Club Hotel Seattle

    Class:
    4
    6 reviews
    Excellent! - 89% of guests recommend

    The hotel is between Pioneer Square and Downtown, so it is not the best of neighborhood. There aren't a lot of businesses around, so it gets really deserted at night. Occasionally, you will see some homeless people wandering up and down the street. The hotel itself is nice. It has an arctic explorer themed decor and it kind of transports ...

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    The Paramount Hotel

    The Paramount Hotel

    Class:
    4
    6 reviews

    Located a couple of blocks from its namesake theater, The Paramount Hotel is also just one block from the Washington State Convention Center. The service is professional, but occasionally quirky. Each of the 146 rooms features a desk, two phones with dual phone lines, mini fridge, complimentary tea and coffee service and high-speed wireless Internet access. The 16 Executive Rooms ...

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