Best Marriott International Hotels in Washington
- Read MoreNestled 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 Bliss bath products, pillow-top beds, flat-screen TVs and large, nearly floor-to-ceiling windows that boast city vistas. Most recent travelers compliment 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. And because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.4.5-star Hotel Class
- Read MoreEnter into the opulent lobby of the Spokane's Davenport Hotel, which recently joined Marriott's Autograph Collection, and you'll quickly know that you're in for a treat. That's because this downtown hotel sets the city's standard for urban luxury. You have the option to book accommodations in either the historic hotel or Davenport Tower, which stands across the street. Both properties boast regal decor and modern amenities, such as free wireless internet, flat-screen TVs, pillow-top mattress and additional comforts. To really indulge, take advantage of the Davenport Spa & Salon or the fitness center. And aside from all that the hotel has to offer, including gourmet dining at the Palm Court Grill, guests adore the Davenport's location, which places visitors within walking distance of many Spokane attractions, shopping and restaurants. Keep in mind that this hotel participates in the Marriott Bonvoy program, so members can earn and use points here.4.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
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The sister property to The Historic Davenport, Autograph Collection, The Davenport Grand is also a member of Marriott's Autograph Collection portfolio. With views of the Spokane River, the hotel is within four blocks of the INB Performing Arts Center, the Spokane Convention Center and the River Park Square shopping center. After exploring the downtown area, guests can grab a bite at the two on-site restaurants, including Table 13, a tapas eatery, and The Grand Restaurant & Lounge, which serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Recent lodgers said that although the hotel boasts 680 rooms, The Davenport Grand maintains a boutique feel with rooms that are equipped with 55-inch flat-screen TVs, custom-made pillow-top mattresses and complimentary Wi-Fi. Select rooms even feature fireplaces. Travelers can also take advantage of amenities both on- and off-site, such as a fitness center and an airport shuttle, as well as the indoor pools and Jacuzzis located at the nearby Davenport Tower and The Historic Davenport Hotel. While guests loved the unique furnishings and ample amenities, they cite the stellar service as a primary reason for a return visit. Keep in mind that Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points by staying here.
- Read MoreWith its downtown Bellevue locale, this Westin is popular with business travelers. It's just minutes from the corporate offices of Microsoft, Nintendo of America and T-Mobile, among others. Downtown Bellevue's dining options are right at your door, but it's also close to downtown Seattle – just 10 miles west. Recent guests generally give this Westin great marks for its service staff and Heavenly Bed and Bath products, but there are some who complain about extra charges for things like parking and in-room internet access. Travelers recommend asking for a room on the upper floors for a quieter stay. The on-site Cyprus Lounge & Wine Bar serves up American cuisine in a casual setting and has a wide selection of wine for your inner sommelier. Or venture across the street to more dining and shopping options at the Bellevue Square Mall. If you're a member of the Marriott Bonvoy program, take note: You can earn and redeem points and gain access to extra perks through the rewards program.
- Read MoreLocated in the downtown area, the Renaissance Seattle Hotel is a mile from Pike Place Market and the Seattle Seahawks and Seattle Mariners fields. Recent travelers had positive experiences with the service staff, from speedy and pleasant check-ins to diligent cleaning service. Guest rooms are of fairly standard Renaissance quality: The rooms are clean, comfortable and stocked with amenities like Aveda bath products, plush bedding and minfridges. But some do complain about this Marriott property nickel and diming on arguable necessities, such as the $12.95 daily fee for in-room wireless internet and the pricey daily parking fee. When it comes to saving money, Marriott Bonvoy members can use points toward perks and free stays.
- Read MoreSituated in the downtown area, The Westin Seattle's circular-shaped towers offer panoramic views of the Seattle cityscape, Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. Inside, the rooms are decked out in typical Westin style with Heavenly Beds, Heavenly Bath products and wireless internet access (for a fee). Recent travelers love the convenient locale, minutes from Pike Place Market and a block away from the Westlake Ave & Olive Way streetcar station. But the Westin Kids Club provides reason to keep the whole gang on premises with amenity kits tailored to different age groups. For some adult indulgence, splurge on an in-room spa treatment, enjoy classic American fare at Relish Burger Bistro or sling back a drink at the Lobby Bar. Some recent guests felt the property wasn't well maintained considering the downtown room rates, and a few were disappointed with the high fees for internet access and parking. And because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
- Read MoreThe Sheraton Grand Seattle is one of the largest properties in the city; so needless to say, it's popular with the convention crowd. But with its spacious rooms, stellar pool and city views, this Sheraton is great for families and tourists, too. Accommodations feature 32-inch flat-screen TVs, coffee makers stocked with Starbucks coffee, bathrobes, minibars and wireless internet access (for a fee). Vacate your digs for a meal of contemporary American cuisine at The Daily Grill or stop in a drink at the Fountain Wine Bar. Despite its plethora of amenities, some recent travelers complain that this huge hotel feels a bit impersonal and could use an update, but most compliment the impeccable service staff and great location. You'll find this downtown hotel on Sixth Avenue. And because this hotel is part of the Marriott hotel family, Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.
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A new eco-friendly hotel in the heart of Bellevue, Washington, the W Bellevue follows in the modern footsteps of the W brand, with midcentury modern decor, colorful artwork and animal print accents throughout. Amenities here range from a modern speakeasy to a library to The Porch, which features hammocks, fire pits and lots of seating. What's more, there's a FIT fitness center with TRX and cardio equipment. Meanwhile, business travelers have access to roughly 10,000 square feet of meeting and event space. When it's time to eat, guests can visit The Lakehouse, where farm-to-table cuisine created by James Beard Award-winning chef Jason Wilson is served. After filling up on gourmet fare, guests can retire to one of the property's 245 guest rooms and suites. All feature white, gray and purple accents, flat-screen TVs, W MixBars, Bliss Spa toiletries and glass-walled showers (some of which are not separate from the rooms, so a few previous visitors suggest staying elsewhere if the kids are in tow). Also, remember that this property participates in the Marriott Bonvoy program, so members can accrue or redeem points by staying here.
- Read MoreThough the Marriott Waterfront doesn't teeter on its own pier like The Edgewater, this hotel still boasts vistas of Elliott Bay. Popular with the cruising crowd, this Marriott property is right across the street from the cruise port, so occasionally those picturesque views will be blocked by a hulking boat. Still, most standard rooms come with balconies to better enjoy the fresh Seattle air. Inside your digs, you'll also find minifridges, 42-inch LCD TVs, in-room coffee makers and wireless internet access (for a fee). Some recent guests weren't impressed by their digs, though, saying the rooms were starting to show signs of wear and tear. Recent travelers did, however, love the fare at Hook & Plow, the on-site restaurant, but others remark that plates are a bit pricey compared to the other nearby eateries. Keep in mind that Marriott Bonvoy members can earn and use points here.4.0-star Hotel Class
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You'd think that one of this Marriott's greatest drawbacks would be its location a bit removed from downtown Seattle (it's about 10 miles east), but most recent guests had little to no qualms about it. Instead, many lodgers enjoy the property's close proximity to the center of Bellevue, which features shops, restaurants, parks and easy access to Lake Washington. But the rooms are the best part, according to guests. Travelers enjoy the sleek, modern interiors and appreciate the amenities found within. Guests can binge on available streaming services, such as Hulu and Netflix, while relaxing on platform beds with pillow-top mattresses, store snacks in the minifridges or recharge with the help of the bathroom's rain shower (a guest favorite). Travelers will also find a small gym on-site and Amuse Restaurant, which specializes in farm-to-table fare. Though reviewers appreciated the amenities, they did report a lack of consistency in customer service. Not only that, but some were disgruntled with both the daily Wi-Fi access fee and the fact that valet parking (priced at $31 per day) was the only parking option at the hotel. On the upside, members of the Marriott Bonvoy program can earn and use points to offset costs here.4.0-star Hotel Class
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The Seattle Airport Marriott in SeaTac, Washington, has recently renovated its rooms, providing modern amenities (such as USB ports) and natural light less than a mile from the Seattle-Tac International airport. Take the free airport shuttle, or ride the Link Light Rail to downtown Seattle. At the hotel property, guests can enjoy the indoor pool, whirlpool and sauna; a seafood restaurant and a cafe; meeting and event spaces; an outdoor atrium; and a 24-hour fitness center. Contemporary rooms come with flat-screen TVs, platform beds and bathrooms behind sliding doors (which have received mixed reviews from past guests). Keep in mind, Wi-Fi and breakfast aren't included in standard stays. However, this Marriott property offers various packages and discounts; plus, Marriott Rewards members can use or accrue points by staying here.3.5-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
- View all PhotosBellevue, WA6.5 miles to city centerTripAdvisor (460)Free WiFiRead MoreCourtyard by Marriott Seattle Bellevue/Downtown is a 3.5 star hotel located at 11010 NE 8th Street in Seattle. It has a 4.0 overall guest rating based on 460 reviews.3.5-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
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TownePlace Suites Bellingham has a handy location near shops of Bellingham, Washington, and Interstate 5. Equipped for extended stays, the 83 suites here have kitchens with refrigerators, stovetops, microwaves and dishwashers. Rooms also offer free Wi-Fi access and flat-screen TVs with cable channels. Amenities include a business center and a fitness center (both open 24 hours a day) as well as an indoor swimming pool and a whirlpool. The property provides free parking in a garage, a free shuttle service to the nearby airport and a complimentary breakfast buffet (with offerings recent guest find somewhat limited). Other perks at this Marriott property are that it has more than 5,500 square feet of space for meeting and events and permits pets for a non-refundable fee. What’s more, the hotel participates in the Marriott Rewards program.3.0-star Hotel ClassFree WiFi
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