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Best Hotels In Seattle

Seattle, on the West Coast of the US, may be home to big business such as Starbucks and Amazon, but it bristles with artistic flair and innovation. You can see it for yourself in this collection of the best hotels in Seattle here.

Best Hotels In Seattle

1. The Four Seasons 

Four Seasons Hotel Seattle - Seattle Hotels - Seattle, United States -  Forbes Travel Guide

Seattle’s best luxury hotel – centrally located near Pike Place Market, the Seattle Art Museum, and loads of downtown restaurants. Modern, airy, and elegant decor, plush and spacious guest rooms and suites, and stunning views. The full spa, beautiful outdoor heated infinity pool, and 24-hour fitness center all overlook Elliott Bay. The restaurant is fantastic. Service is impeccable. Hotel Phone: 206-749-7000

2. Fairmont Olympic Hotel

The most opulent and traditional Seattle hotel. Luxurious suites are warm and comfortable and feel like you’re in a friend’s home. Executives Suites are worth the splurge for the additional room and wonderful bathrooms. Luxury shopping surrounds the hotel and 2 of Seattle’s best restaurants, Shuckers and The Georgian, are on the ground floor. The elegant Georgian offers a daily traditional afternoon tea. Pike Place Market and Pacific Place Mall (downtown’s best and biggest mall) are both a 5 minute’s walk away. The fitness center on the 2nd floor is really nice, and there’s a lovely glass-enclosed pool and hot tub, with outdoor terrace. The hotel has its own beehives on the roof – the honey is used in everything from desserts to beer in the hotel’s restaurants. Hotel Phone: 206-621-1700.

3. Kimpton Hotel Vintage

Seattle Boutique Hotel Rooms | Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle

This hotel is one of three Kimpton boutiques in Seattle. Hotel Vintage is the place to stay for a wine-country getaway – without leaving the city. You can sip world-class pinot noir from Washington wineries at the evening social hour. With high-speed wifi, a 24-hour fitness center and valet parking, the hotel’s amenities promote convenience and relaxation at every turn. It also offers complimentary hotel bikes and a Zipcar location.

4. Thompson Seattle

Only two minutes from Pike Place Market, Thompson Seattle takes advantage of its stunning surroundings, with floor-to-ceiling windows throughout the hotel, including in the 24-hour fitness center, to keep you as close to Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains as possible. It also has two excellent on-site restaurants. Conversation presents locally sourced foods with an international twist, while the Nest is the hotel’s rooftop bar, lounge and terrace that serves creative cocktails and wine.

5. Thompson Seattle

Three firms collaborate for Thompson Seattle hotel | Hotel Management

When the international chain swanned into town in 2016, the trendy vibe shone from every surface of the glass-block style building. But the property, part of a Hyatt-owned luxury chain, never turned out to be too cool for a city that still pulls puffy jackets from our closets for a night out. Some rooms face Pike Place Market, though everyone gets the eagle-eyed view of flying fish audiences from the patio of the rooftop Nest bar. View suites boast living room furniture with angles so sharp they demand an impromptu photoshoot. This is one of the best hotels in Seattle for you better trip.

6. Palihotel

Hotelier Avi Brosh knows how to smash vintage and modern together to create a property that exudes personality; though everything inside feels new, the hundred-year-old bones of the onetime Colonnade Hotel feel obvious. This lodging isn’t afraid of the word “cozy,” mixing floral patterns with the bold swaths of color that boutique hotels have become known for and stocking rooms with unique, sometimes upcycled bits of antique furniture. Old brick fireplaces become painted shelves, and tiny bathrooms use color to feel bigger than they are. Ground floor restaurant the Hart and the Hunter manages an industrial twist on a diner vibe and Southern-style biscuits made famous by California’s original Palihotel.

7. Alexis Hotel

The Alexis Royal Sonesta Hotel Seattle | Qantas Hotels

A Kimpton boutique hotel with a casually elegant vibe. Excellent downtown location near all major attractions. Guest rooms are stylish, spacious, and quiet, with thoughtful details throughout. Incredible specialty suites, in-house bar and cafe, daily wine hour, and complimentary bike rental offered. Hotel Phone: 206-628-4844

8. Hotel Ändra

A lovely and modern boutique-style hotel, done up in a warm Scandinavian-chic decor. Rooms are comfortable and well appointed, with a good variety of sizes to choose from: small (but thoughtfully laid-out) studios up to spacious suites. Celebrity chef Tom Douglas owns the fantastic restaurant next door (which also provides the hotel room service), and attached cooking school. (You’ll get a 20% room discount if you book a class.) You can’t beat the location – the Ändra is close to Pike Place Market, shopping, restaurants, and nightlife.