Best Hotels in Seattle

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U.S. News & World Report ranks the best hotels in Seattle based on an analysis of industry awards, hotel star ratings and user ratings. Hotels that scored in the top 10 percent of the Best Hotels in the USA earned a Gold badge. Hotels that appear after ranked hotels are sorted by hotel class and then by user rating, as provided by TripAdvisor.

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    Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.4 miles to city center
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Sitting about a block from the waterfront in downtown Seattle, the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle is sleek and polished with a few touches inspired by the region. Local artwork is on display throughout the property, and the popular Goldfinch Tavern serves Pacific Northwest fare paired with tasty cocktails and craft beers. Recent travelers complimented this Four Seasons property's highly attentive service staff. Many past visitors also loved the hotel's extra perks, such as its rooftop infinity pool and views of both the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay. When it's time to retreat to your digs, you'll be greeted by plush terry bathrobes, down duvets and pillows, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi access, among other luxe features. However, if you bring a vehicle to this property, be ready to shell out for expensive valet parking fees.
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    Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.2 miles to city center
    $20 Nightly Resort Fee
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    5.0-star Hotel Class
    $20 Nightly Resort Fee
    Stylish since 1924, the Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle has stayed true to its elegant roots. Crystal chandeliers dangle delicately from the arched ceiling, and chic carved oak paneling lines the walls of the historic Shuckers oyster bar. The property receives high praise for everything from its indoor swimming pool to its impeccable service staff to its convenient location in downtown Seattle. Inside the 450 accommodations, lodgers will find terry bathrobes, windows that open to let in the breeze, internet access (free for members of AccorHotels' loyalty program) and goose-down duvets. But fair warning: The Fairmont's rooms and cuisine are pricey, though guests say the stay and eats are worth the splurge. Keep in mind, though, that some amenities, including The Georgian Restaurant and The Terrace afternoon tea lounge, are closed for renovations until June 2020.
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    Inn at the Market
    Seattle, WA
    0.5 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    This boutique hotel has one of the best locales in Seattle, according to recent travelers, with Pike Place Market just around the corner. Yet despite the nearby hustle and bustle, the Inn at the Market stays cozy, with a romantic courtyard and a quaint rooftop deck with picturesque views of Elliott Bay. Recent visitors fell in love with the unbeatable vistas from their contemporary rooms and suites. Those accommodations also include perks like iPod docking stations, complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffee makers, minifridges and floor-to-ceiling bay windows. What's more, there are a few restaurants on-site (including Pacific Northwest-inspired Bacco, a traveler favorite) and plenty of nearby eateries for visitors to enjoy. Guests can also access a pool and fitness center at Pike Place Market's Seattle Athletic Club, though extra charges apply.
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    Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.1 miles to city center
    $22 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    $22 Nightly Resort Fee
    The Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle, located in the heart of downtown Seattle, is one of the most pet-friendly hotels in the city, with no fees or pet size restrictions. Special perks for your pet include pup room service menus, dog-sitting services and personalized itineraries. Recent travelers loved the Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle's boutique-y features, including the modern red-, gray- and white-themed guest rooms. Past visitors also raved about the staff, saying everyone from the valet to the room service attendants makes you feel like you're a VIP. While you're staying at this branch of the Kimpton family, be sure to frequent the nightly wine receptions held in the lobby (which the property's daily $22 facilities fee covers). And as an added bonus, IHG Rewards Club members can receive perks here like minibar credits.
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    Pan Pacific Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.9 miles to city center
    $15 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $15 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free WiFi

    The airy Pan Pacific's color scheme – with tan and brown color schemes – creates a warm atmosphere even in the dreariest of Seattle winters. The spacious rooms come equipped with high-tech perks like flat-screen TVs, high-speed wireless internet (which the $15 daily resort fee covers), Keurig coffee makers and programmable thermostats. Although some recent travelers said Pan Pacific's location isn't the most convenient, others noted that there's an easily accessible Whole Foods below the hotel, plus a complimentary shuttle that will take you into downtown Seattle. But you might not need to leave the property to indulge in tasty cuisine: This hotel is home to the Pacific Northwest-inspired South Lake Kitchen + Bar and offers 24-hour room service.
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    Thompson Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.5 miles to city center
    $25 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    $25 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free WiFi

    Just steps from Pike Place Market, the Thompson Seattle is an up-and-comer in the Emerald City hospitality scene. The hotel, which opened in June 2016, occupies a distinctive building with floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Its 158 rooms and suites come equipped with Samsung televisions, in-room Wi-Fi access (which the $25 destination fee covers), honor bars and views of the courtyard, the city streets or Puget Sound. Guests say the Thompson Seattle's location, just a mile from top sights like the Space Needle and Chihuly Garden and Glass, is one of its biggest assets. Travelers also rave about the rooftop bar, The Nest, which offers impressive views of the harbor. Additional amenities include a 24-hour fitness center and Conversation, an eatery that specializes in Pacific Northwest cuisine. Business travelers will also be pleased to find that the Thompson Seattle offers 5,000 square feet of meeting and event space across six indoor and outdoor venues. Valet parking is available as well but costs extra.
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    Kimpton Alexis Hotel
    Seattle, WA
    0.2 miles to city center
    $22 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $22 Nightly Resort Fee
    Located about a mile north of Pioneer Square, Kimpton Alexis Hotel has eclectically decorated flair. Leather ottomans are paired with sleep wooden beds and green sofas, and not one of the 121 guest rooms and suites has the same layout thanks to the quirky contours of this old building. But what really makes the Alexis a standout is its rotating art exhibits, found in the lobby and gallery room. There are also a handful of specialty suites, like the Spa Suite, with a soaking tub and a separate walk-in shower. No matter which accommodation you choose, you'll enjoy perks like yoga mats, bar carts, wireless Bluetooth speakers and Wi-Fi access (which the $22 daily guest amenities fee covers). Recent travelers loved this Kimpton property's convenient location, as well as its friendly service staff and adjoining bookshop, bar and grill, the Bookstore Bar & Café. Plus, guests can score extra amenities like minibar credits for being part of the IHG Rewards Club program.
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    Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.2 miles to city center
    $18 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    $18 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free WiFi

    This ultra-modern Seattle property is popular with trendy travelers. The dramatic backlit staircase takes center stage in the small lobby, but recent visitors also love the futuristic-looking fire pit in the adjacent sitting room. Guest rooms are a bit less flamboyant, decorated in dark earth tones with dramatic details like two-person tubs that fill from the ceiling. Techies rejoice over the high-tech in-room phones that also show area dining options, as well as the flashy televisions that double as art displays. And the Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle also has the city's only virtual-reality golf club that features more than 50 courses from around the world, including the Old Course at St. Andrews, Pinehurst No. 2 and Pebble Beach. (The property's $18 urban facility fee covers an hour of access to the golf simulator, plus in-room Wi-Fi access and a welcome glass of Champagne.) Recent guests praised the on-site All Water Seafood & Oyster Bar for its contemporary West Coast-inspired cuisine and its service. Part of the Loews portfolio, rewards program members can enjoy perks here.
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    The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel
    Seattle, WA
    0.1 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    The Arctic Club Seattle – originally built as a fraternal men's business club in 1916 – is all about honoring its Klondike Gold Rush heritage. The lobby is full of flourished crown molding, classic wood paneling and black-and-white portraits of former club members (businessmen involved in Alaskan gold prospecting). Up on the third floor you'll even find taxidermy walrus heads from the prospecters' Alaskan adventures. Guest rooms keep in vintage step but with modern touches like flat-screen TVs, down bedding, rainfall showers, coffee makers and iPod docking stations. Recent travelers heaped praise on this Seattle DoubleTree property's Pioneer Square locale, as well as its Polar Bar and JUNO restaurant. Additional amenities available here include 24-hour business and fitness centers. Plus, this hotel's ties to the Hilton family means Hilton Honors rewards program members are eligible to earn and redeem points during their stays.
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    The Heathman Hotel Kirkland
    Kirkland, WA
    7.7 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    This charming boutique hotel is nestled along the waterfront in Kirkland, Washington, a small suburb located about 10 miles northeast of downtown Seattle. The Heathman Hotel Kirkland is all about personalizing your experience with options like The Heathman Signature Bed Menu, which allows you to chose from three mattress options. Other popular perks include complimentary transportation around Kirkland in a luxury hybrid SUV, daily newspapers, free bike rentals and in-room French press coffee makers. But what really hits home with guests is the highly attentive service they receive from the hotel staff. This service extends to the on-site restaurant, Hearth, which serves farm-to-table Pacific Northwest cuisine. The property also offers a business kiosk, a fitness center and meeting and event space.
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    The Woodmark Hotel and Still Spa
    Kirkland, WA
    6.8 miles to city center
    $25 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $25 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free WiFi

    Nestled in the über-upscale suburb of Kirkland (guests here share vistas with Bill Gates' mansion), The Woodmark Hotel and Still Spa feels more like an exclusive resort than a hotel. Basic amenities include complimentary "Raid the Pantry" late-night snacks, cozy in-room chenille throws, flat-screen TVs and Molton Brown toiletries. And then there's the Still Spa, which features unique and luxurious treatments inspired by the Pacific Northwest. Recent travelers were also really impressed with their dinner at the Bin on the Lake restaurant and the stellar service staff throughout the Destination Hotel. The Beach Cafe is another waterfront dining option that guests love for its fresh fish selection. However, visitors were disappointed that you had to pay an additional nightly amenity fee. You'll find The Woodmark Hotel & Spa about 10 miles northeast of Seattle on a picturesque lakefront, and guests can enjoy the natural beauty of the area on complimentary bikes or kayaks.
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    Hyatt Regency Bellevue on Seattle's Eastside
    Bellevue, WA
    6.2 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Located in Bellevue, the Hyatt Regency isn't exactly the immersive downtown Seattle experience. Still, most guests don't seem to mind. Recent travelers love how close this Hyatt property is to the creative restaurant scene and best shopping malls in the area. And though this hotel is popular with conventioneers, its accommodating service staff gets high marks from all sorts of travelers. Guests find the rooms comfortable and clean; accommodations are stocked with amenities like iPod docking stations, flat-screen TVs, in-room coffee makers and access to room service dining. But there's little need to spend time in your room when the hotel offers nine eateries and bars, a 7,000-square-foot gym and a heated indoor pool. Also, members of Hyatt's rewards program can earn and redeem points for their stays here.
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    Kimpton Palladian Hotel
    Seattle, WA
    0.6 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    Boasting a quirky mantra – "where elegant meets edgy" – the Palladian certainly lives up to its superlatives, according to recent guests. Visitors say everything from the hotel's pristine rooms and the friendly front desk staff to Shaker + Spear's meals and Pennyroyal bar's craft cocktails was impressive. Like other Kimpton properties, the Palladian hosts a daily wine hour, it offers in-room spa services, it's pet-friendly and Kimpton Karma rewards members can get "Raid the Bar" credits, earn reward nights and enjoy free in-room internet access. Speaking of rooms, the hotel's accommodations come with large work desks, funky decor and beds with pillow-top mattresses and Frette linens. Other on-site amenities available to guests include a 24-hour gym and free loaner bikes to cruise around Seattle. You'll find the Palladian downtown, near many of the city's top sights like Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum.
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    The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel
    Seattle, WA
    0.5 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Seattle's only true waterfront hotel, The Edgewater balances on its own pier into the harbor, giving guests prime vistas of the Puget Sound. Of course, there's a catch: The waterfront rooms with balconies are smaller than those waterfront rooms without balconies. But trust us, the floor-to-ceiling sliding doors, the picturesque views through them and the claw-foot tubs in the bathrooms make up for the lack of floor space. Plus, recent travelers love the cozy, lodge-like feel of their rooms, especially the gas fireplaces. Recent guests do warn that walls are thin, though, and that some accommodations could use an update. Venture outside of your room and you'll find the waterfront Six Seven Restaurant, which serves up creative cuisine for three meals a day.
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    Salish Lodge & Spa
    Snoqualmie, WA
    23.6 miles to city center
    $30 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $30 Nightly Resort Fee
    • Free Parking

    • Free WiFi

    Overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, the Salish Lodge & Spa makes guests forget they are less than 30 miles from downtown Seattle. These rustic yet refined accommodations are set in front of some spectacular waterfalls. While tourists will come for an hour just to snap a photo and move on, hotel guests can savor the atmosphere all day long. And despite its eerie past (the Salish was the setting for many macabre scenes in David Lynch's mystery television show "Twin Peaks"), guests feel exceptionally comfortable in the accommodations here. You'll be tempted to stay in your cozy room with its wood-burning fireplace and oversized bathtub. According to recent guests, one drawback is the price: The room rate, dining and resort fees all add up to an expensive stay. A few who hosted events at this property also experienced some miscommunication and weren't pleased with the event coordinators. Guests are more complimentary of the Spa at Salish Lodge, saying the treatments are worth the splurge.
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    W Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.1 miles to city center
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    4.5-star Hotel Class
    Nestled in the heart of the downtown area, this stylish W fits in well with the other ultra-mod hotels of Seattle. Board games are available in the Living Room lobby, local artwork is on display at the welcome desk and in-room spa treatments are available at the ready. Rooms are spacious and comfortable, with pillow-top beds, minibars, flat-screen TVs and large, large windows that boast city vistas. Most recent travelers complimented the service staff, as well as the food and atmosphere at the on-site restaurant, TRACE. Other guests were less pleased with the steep daily parking fees and length of time it took to get hot water in the showers. However, this hotel's association with Marriott means Marriott Bonvoy members can use accrued points to cover the cost of their room.
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    Hyatt at Olive 8
    Seattle, WA
    0.5 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    The Hyatt at Olive 8 is the city's first hotel to be LEED certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. Everything – from the water system and the plumbing fixtures to the native plant-based landscaping – is designed with ecological efficiency in mind. Even the in-house restaurant, Urbane, touts its eco-friendliness, planning menus around the produce available from local farmers. Most love this Hyatt’s green practices as well as the convenient locale minutes from hot spots like Pike Place Market, though some recent travelers complain about thin walls and noise seeping in. Guest rooms feature iPod docking stations, 37-inch flat-screen TVs and Portico bath products. If you're a member of the brand's rewards program, you can earn extra perks and points toward free nights.
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    Sorrento Hotel
    Seattle, WA
    0.4 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    The Sorrento Hotel, built in 1909, is the oldest boutique hotel in Seattle. The vintage property is full of charming details like wrought-iron gates, a palm tree-laden courtyard and the cozy, eight-sided Fireside Room where guests can sit and relax. And classy extras like live jazz and traditional high tea help create an elegant atmosphere. Some recent travelers complain about the uphill commute to the hotel's First Hill neighborhood. When it's time to retire to your digs for the night, you'll find fully stocked honor bars, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, 400-thread-count linens and complimentary wireless internet access.
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    Hotel Theodore
    Seattle, WA
    0.5 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Hotel Theodore is a 4 star hotel located at 1531 Seventh Ave in Seattle. It has a 4.5 overall guest rating based on 306 reviews.
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    Hotel Ändra
    Seattle, WA
    0.7 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Located about a mile north of Pioneer Square, Hotel Ändra is a boutique hotel adorned in a unique Scandinavian-meets-Northwestern style. In the living room-like lobby, simple, modern furnishings surround a stone fireplace, complete with stacks of wood at the ready. Recent guests give high marks to the hotel's central location and the friendly service staff members, who go above and beyond when it comes to meeting guests' needs. Though, many needs are met by the luxe amenities found in each of the hotel's 119 guest rooms. Accommodations feature goose down pillows, 37-inch flat-screen TVs and for those traveling on business, a spacious desk area. Whatever the reason for their stay, recent visitors applaud the two on-site restaurants – Lola's Pacific Northwestern cuisine and Assaggio Ristorante's Italian cuisine – as some of the best eats in the area.
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    Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.2 miles to city center
    $22 Nightly Resort Fee
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    $22 Nightly Resort Fee
    Nestled in downtown Seattle, this small Kimpton property is perfect for wine lovers. Guest rooms and suites feature decor inspired by the vineyards of Washington wine country. And the complimentary evening wine hour – featuring tastings with local winemakers – is popular with travelers. Guests also love the comfy pillow-top beds, the yoga mats in every room, the complimentary coffee and the wireless internet access (which the $22 daily guest amenities fee covers). Plus, IHG Rewards Club members enjoy extras like a minibar credit. Visitors also compliment the friendly service staff. However, some guests express disappointment in the expensive parking rates. If you care for a bite to eat, Tulio (the property's Italian restaurant) is a must-do, with notable cuisine and a pleasant ambiance. You can also take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour fitness and business centers, free loaner bicycles and in-room spa treatments (for a fee).
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    Grand Hyatt Seattle
    Seattle, WA
    0.5 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    The Grand Hyatt Seattle is nestled in the Pioneer Square district, about a mile and a half inland from Elliott Bay. Rooms are plush with luxurious linens, down blankets and pillows and iPod docking stations. Although the larger rooms and suites are spacious, the basic double rooms may be a tight fit for more than two travelers. Recent visitors loved this Hyatt's location, but some complained that the service was average and employees were slow in handling requests. If you're willing to leave your room to dine, this property offers a few on-site eateries that range from Starbucks to Ruth's Chris Steak House. Members of Hyatt's rewards program have the option to earn and redeem rewards points at this Seattle property.
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    Cedarbrook Lodge
    Seattle, WA
    11.8 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Hoping to book a hotel near the Seattle airport? Heed the advice of recent guests and head to Cedarbrook Lodge. Though the hotel sits less than 2 miles south of the airport, it feels a world away, according to past lodgers. Set on 11 acres and surrounded by a perimeter of natural restored wetlands, Cedarbrook Lodge cultivates a relaxing atmosphere that guests can't help but gush about. In addition to the peaceful, well-maintained grounds, the hotel's rooms also received a hefty amount of praise. Accommodations are equipped with wall-mounted HDTVs, complimentary Wi-Fi access, alarm clocks with MP3 capability and Keurig coffee makers. Some suites also come with fireplaces. After you're well-rested, make use of the property's other amenities like the fitness center, the on-site spa or the Copperleaf Restaurant & Bar, which serves farm-to-table Pacific Northwest fare. If you're still weighing whether Cedarbook Lodge is for you, consider the property's complimentary amenities like free breakfast and a complimentary shuttle to the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport.
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    Mayflower Park Hotel
    Seattle, WA
    0.5 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    Mayflower Park Hotel is a 4 star hotel located at 405 Olive Way in Seattle. It has a 4.5 overall guest rating based on 2721 reviews.
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    Motif Seattle, A Destination Hotel
    Seattle, WA
    0.3 miles to city center
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    4.0-star Hotel Class
    • Free WiFi

    The Motif Seattle receives mixed reviews from visitors. The handful of travelers who enjoyed their stays couldn't help but rave about it, citing the hotel's stellar staff, excellent rooms and well-equipped conference facilities as reasons to return. On the other hand, an equally large group of lodgers weren't as impressed, blaming faulty in-room amenities and outdated property facilities as nuisances. Still, everyone agreed that the location couldn't be better. The Motif Seattle is situated in the heart of downtown Seattle and is within close walking distance of numerous top attractions, including Pike Place Market, the Seattle Aquarium and the Seattle Art Museum. There are also plenty of shopping and dining options steps from the hotel, though some guests say the on-site Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails is worth a visit. Travelers will also find a fitness and business center on-site. Rooms, meanwhile, are equipped with flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffee makers, minifridges and high-speed wireless internet access.

Frequently Asked Questions About Seattle Hotels

What are the best boutique hotels?

The best boutique hotels in Seattle are Hotel Ändra and Sorrento Hotel. View the best boutique hotels.

What are the best pool hotels?

Fairmont Olympic Hotel, Seattle and Seattle Marriott Waterfront are ranked among the best hotels with pools in Seattle. View the best hotels with pools.

What are the best family hotels?

Top-ranked family hotels in Seattle include Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle and Pan Pacific Seattle. View the best family hotels.

What are the best spa hotels?

The best hotels offering spa treatments in Seattle are Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle and Kimpton Alexis Hotel. View the best spa hotels.

What are the best hotels for fitness?

Top hotels offering great fitness facilities and amenities in Seattle include Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle and Pan Pacific Seattle. View the best hotels for fitness.

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