Top 5 Seattle Hotels

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Hotels across Seattle have broken the “mountain mold” most commonly associated with Northwest styling (log beams, hard woods, and warm palettes), featuring modern interiors, top-of-the-line gadgets, and luxury details suited for the most discerning tastes – these hotels will seriously rock your world.

1 Hotel 1000

Described as “Seattle’s premier luxury hotel,” Hotel 1000 hits all marks on our list.  Aside from the staggering Puget Sound views, fantastic concierge service, wonderful food and chic’ interiors, the amenities will keep you coming back for more: world-class spa, top-of-the-line gym, virtual country club (18 holes, anyone?), BOKA Restaurant & Bar, library (yes, a library!), and complimentary services above and beyond most, Hotel 1000 is a Haute favorite  and a seriously swank Seattle destination.

1000 1st Avenue
Seattle, WA 98104
(206) 957-1000

2 Hotel Sorrento

Proudly perched high on Seattle’s “First Hill,” The Sorrento is a true Seattle landmark.  Home to the renowned Hunt Club restaurant, this boutique Seattle hotel offers some of the best service in the city.  Known as “Seattle’s first and longest-operating boutique hotel…” Hotel Sorrento is a favorite Northwest destination for gatherings large and small.  With 76 rooms, none of which are alike, personalized service is a cornerstone of this Seattle staple, keeping visitors coming back time and time again.

900 Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98104-1297
(206) 622-6400

3 Inn At The Market

Sited atop Seattle’s historic Pike Place Market, this 70-room boutique hotel is unlike any other in the city.  With sweeping views of the beautiful the Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountain Range, and designed with a keen eye for the “classic,” each guest room features delicate details unique to the Inn’s location. Amenities Include: In-room message, fine dining, unparalleled access to the heart of the city, onsite salon, and fitness facility, this iconic hotel is beloved by visitors and locals alike.

86 Pine Street
Seattle, WA 98101
(206) 443-3600

4 Pan Pacific Hotel

Seattle’s South Lake Union neighborhood has seen extreme growth in the last couple of years, thanks in large part to former techie Paul Allen.  Nearly unrecognizable, the landscape, along with neighborhood attitudes, has changed.  Now home to a number of mixed-use complexes, occupied by luxury housing and boutique restaurants and shops, South Lake Union was the perfect location for one of the cities newest luxe hotel’s.  Currently undergoing a massive 12 room renovation,  these new suites will top our list as some of the city’s best.   “Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle is a stylish yet intimate boutique getaway designed to leave you feeling refreshed and invigorated.” We couldn’t agree more. Amenities include: luxury spa, Zagat award-winning Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar, Complimentary Town Car service within the downtown area, Secure elevator floor keycard access, Fireplace lounge, Whirlpool Spa and Saunas, 24 gym and business centers, dogs of all sizes welcome (“paws at Pan Pacific”).

2125 Terry Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
(206) 264-8111

5 Four Seasons Seattle

Aside from their internationally recognized name, and ranking as “the world’s leading operator of luxury hotels and resorts,” the Four Seasons Hotel and Residences in Seattle is exceptional.  Home to some of the city’s premier Real Estate listings, this hotel offers everything we have come to love and expect from a Four Seasons Resort.  Located mere steps from Seattle’s art center (Seattle Art Museum and the renowned Benaroya Hall),Four Seasons Seattle is undeniably a “Northwest best.”  Home to fabulous dining, exceptional service, and rooftop infinity pool, world-class amenities are standard inside this Emerald City favorite.

99 Union Street,

Seattle , WA
(206) 749-7000


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