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Inn at the Market

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

The elegant, upscale 76-room Inn at the Market is one of Seattle's most popular hotels, in large part due to its unbeatable location: It's the only hotel in the Pike Place Market, right in the heart of downtown Seattle and overlooking the bay. Rooms are sophisticated and contemporary, with high-end amenities such as Hypnos beds, Sferra linens, Antica Farmacista toiletries, Keurig coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi. Many have stunning market and water views. Its four restaurants are known among locals for their excellent cuisine (which ranges from sushi to French and Korean), and its rooftop deck has some of the most stunning views around. Guests are offered discounted rates at a nearby local gym, but the hotel lacks a fitness center. The cheaper Warwick Seattle Hotel has an on-site fitness center and pool, but its location -- though nearby -- can't compete with Inn at the Market's.  


Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

It’s hard to go wrong with this top luxury hotel that has, arguably, some of the best views in the city, not to mention a restaurant with an acclaimed Seattle chef, a rooftop infinity pool, and 147 spacious, classically comfortable rooms. The business-y surroundings might preclude the opulence of other, larger Four Seasons properties, but what you lose in neighborhood ambience you gain in vistas and proximity to the best Seattle attractions.


Kimpton Alexis Hotel

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

This upscale boutique hotel, featuring 121 eclectic guestrooms that cater to every possible personality, is about as perfectly located as a downtown hotel can be. Many of Seattle’s most desirable sightseeing destinations are within easy walking distance, as are a vast selection of top-notch restaurants. It also sits right on First Avenue, directly above Puget Sound; a few rooms do have partial water views but many face neighboring buildings. Better harbor views can be found at hotels a few blocks north.


Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

The 189-room Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle is a sophisticated upscale property located right in the heart of downtown Seattle. Rooms are stylish and quirky, with bold colors, striking wallpaper, and great amenities such as large flat-screen TVs, minibars, and Italian Frette linens. Sazerac serves excellent Southern cuisine with a Northwestern twist, and is a popular spot for business lunches. There is also a small but well-equipped fitness center, and the hotel offers flexible meeting space, but it’s the thoughtful extras that elevate the stay, including free wine hours, free morning coffee, loaner bikes, and even a goldfish on request. The Sheraton Seattle offers a spa and indoor pool, but is not as stylish.


The Fairmont Olympic Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

The upscale, 450-room Fairmont Olympic is a well-established hotel -- opened in 1924 -- where classical design and modern comforts merge. Set a 10-minute walk from the iconic Pike Place Fish Market, the hotel has an excellent downtown location. Beautiful, relaxing rooms were updated in 2016 and have modern amenities like minibars, flat-screen TVs, and coffeemakers. The on-site oyster bar is one of the oldest in the city, and a more formal restaurant serves delicious meals, plus afternoon tea. The property includes an impressive list of features, including a heated pool, oversized whirlpool, well-equipped fitness center, and a spa. Business-friendly features include grand ballrooms, meeting space, and a business center, but Wi-Fi is only free for Presidents Club members. For a more laid-back atmosphere and eclectic design, check out Kimpton Alexis Hotel, situated a block from the harbor. 


Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

This upscale hotel is located smack-dab in the heart of Downtown Seattle, within walking distance of major attractions like the Pike Place Market and the waterfront. It has gorgeous amenities that make it stand apart from most other hotels in the area, including a virtual golf system, a full-service spa with a wonderful (and expensive) menu of personalized treatments, and an acclaimed (and locally popular) restaurant on-site. The sexy, glass-enclosed bathrooms with tubs that fill from the ceiling and separate walk-in showers are arguably the highlight of the high-tech and modern (though somewhat dark) rooms. Overall, it's certainly luxurious, but the feel is that of a glossed-up Westin or Kimpton -- it lacks the nuances of a truly high-end brand, such as Rosewood.


Mayflower Park Hotel

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Built in 1927, the 160-room Mayflower Park is an upper-middle-range property with lots of Old World charm. Interiors are traditionally elegant and rooms are gracious, with plush beds, flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and free Wi-Fi. This property features a locally renowned Mediterranean restaurant and a classic cocktail bar plus a free weekly wine tasting. The hotel is a short walk to shopping and dining, and it's connected via walkway to Westlake Center and a five-minute walk from iconic Pike Place Market. While the Mayflower Park is not as modern and upscale as the nearby Andra, prices are relatively affordable for downtown, and there is a fitness center on-site. 


Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Located in the heart of Downtown Seattle, the 125-room Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle is an upscale property offering easy walking access to major attractions, including Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum. Rooms are stylish and comfortable, with quality pillow-top beds, a wine-inspired palette, well-stocked minibars, and spotless bathrooms with shower/tub combos. Boutique-like perks -- including free nightly wine hours with snacks, free loaner bikes, and in-room spa services on request -- make this property an appealing pick in the city center, but the mandatory “amenity fee” (which includes access to a nearby gym, Wi-Fi, unlimited phone calls, and car-share credit) is a downside. The Warwick Seattle Hotel is a solid, cheaper alternative walking distance to the Space Needle. 


Hotel Sorrento

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Built at the turn of the 20th century, the upscale Hotel Sorrento is an iconic Seattle boutique with 75 elegant, yet understated guest rooms and modern comforts with a dash of hipster charm. The hotel's sumptuous, mahogany-lined interiors recall an earlier era and the popular Fireside Room is a busy local gathering spot for drinks and live music. From its perch atop First Hill, downtown shopping and Capitol Hill dining and nightlife are less than 15 minutes away on foot. Guests looking to stay closer to sights like Pike Place Market may want to try Inn at the Market, an equally trendy choice that's only slightly more expensive.


Motif Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

The upper-middle-range Motif Seattle is a modern, hip property located in downtown Seattle. From the lobby and hallways to the 319 guest rooms, the hotel’s trendy decor keeps Seattle in mind, with nods to the Emerald City found throughout. Rooms are well-equipped with flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffeemakers, and Amazon Alexa devices, plus many have excellent city views. The rooftop bar and restaurant is a popular hub that draws non-guests and there’s also a spiffy fitness center open 24/7. On the downside, there are an amenities fee and pricey charge for parking, plus elevators can reportedly be slow. Guests may want to compare rates with Hotel Max, which also offers a central location and urban aesthetic, but sometimes at a lower price point.


The Westin Seattle

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Towering over downtown, the upscale 891-room Westin Seattle is in walking distance to Pike Place Market and the monorail to the Space Needle. Simple, elegant rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows with cityscape views, and one- and two-bedroom suites offer wet bars and some have conference tables. There’s 69,000 square feet of meeting space and an on-site FedEx Office. Relish Burger Bistro offers casual dining and 21 beers on tap. This fitness-focused hotel provides loaner workout gear (for a small fee), guided city runs, a small 24-hour gym, and an indoor pool with a sundeck. But unlike the -- moderately pricier -- Hyatt at Olive 8, there isn’t a full spa or hot tub here. 


Crowne Plaza Seattle Downtown Area

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, the upper-middle-range Crowne Plaza Seattle Downtown Area is a modern high-rise hotel with 34 floors all upgraded and renovated in 2014. The 415 guest rooms are more spacious than average, and equipped with custom-made beds, desks, flat-screen TVs, coffeemakers, and mini-fridges. Those staying on the Club Level Floor have access to a lounge offering free breakfast and evening snacks. Features include the Regatta Bar & Grille restaurant, a 24-hour fitness room, business center, and lobby Wellness Station. Downsides include the expensive breakfast and on-site parking, and a lack of free Wi-Fi in public spaces. With all its extra perks, this hotel offers a relatively good value. However, the downtown Warwick Seattle Hotel has cheaper rates and a small indoor pool, hot tub, and sauna, but Wi-Fi is not free in all the guest rooms.


Moore Hotel

Downtown, Seattle, Washington, United States

Located on a quieter block of downtown Seattle, this stylish two-pearl boutique hotel dates back more than 100 years and offers a variety of rooms ranging from small European-style spaces with shared bathrooms to a large suite with a separate living room and a kitchenette. All rooms are all nicely decorated with unmistakable charm, and many are considerably more affordable than what's on offer at many downtown hotels. Wi-Fi is free throughout the hotel but can be weak in places. Keep in mind that parking is not available on-site and breakfast is not included. The nearby Belltown Inn is another value option nearby, and it has a rooftop deck and free bikes to borrow.