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Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

Seattle 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located across First Street from the Seattle Art Museum, a block south of Pike Place Market, in a superb location for both business and leisure travelers, this hotel shares the top of... — Star Service

The vibe here isn't pretentious, but it's certainly not laid-back either: guests seem to know that they're in for a real treat. — Fodor's

Housed in a U-shaped, 21-story tower, this "northwest contemporary" property is in a "fine location near Pike Place Market." — Condé Nast Traveler

Down-to-earth, eco-conscious Seattle meets the posh Four Seasons brand at this downtown hotel, perched in a prime spot on 1st Avenue near the water and many of the city’s biggest attractions. — The Telegraph

Overlooking Elliott Bay and Puget Sound, this Four Seasons features 147 rooms (including thirteen suites), with ten of its 21 floors dedicated to private residences. — Gayot

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Hotel Sorrento

Seattle 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A short but steep walk from downtown, Seattle's most elegant boutique-hotel is a distinguished traditional refuge set aloft on First Hill, an outlying knoll, looking down on the... — Star Service

The Sorrento is one of Downtown's most distinctive buildings and the oldest boutique hotel in the city, with a grand circular driveway and Italian Renaissance style details. — Concierge

The "grand dame" of Seattle hotels, the Sorrento features posh specialty suites, and extravagently decorated meeting spaces. — BlackBook

A cocktail of Italian and West Coast tastes, the Sorrento Hotel wines and dines guests amid classic Italian architecture with clever attention to detail. Designed after the Vittoria in... — Jetsetter

At the opulent Sorrento guests find Seattle’s finest luxury boutique hotel as well as a destination gourmet restaurant, the Hunt Club. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel 1000

Seattle 92 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The predominant vibe may be one of a design-forward boutique hotel, but the technology is so advanced you'd swear Bill Gates was brought on as a consultant. — Concierge

If you love the clean lines and simple elegance of IKEA, but you happen to have just won the lottery, you might design a hotel like this. — Lonely Planet

Situated in a shiny chrome and glass 24-story tower across from the comparatively petite Alexis Hotel, this gleaming designer dynamo sports a chic hotel on the first 14 floors, with the... — Star Service

Designed for business and leisure travelers, this hotel offers the best of both worlds, from sparkling wine on arrival to complimentary Wi-Fi and a virtual golf club for relaxation between meetings. — Gayot

The Pacific Northwest is honored in subtle ways throughout the space: dark greens, browns, and blues replicate the colors of the land and water. — Travel + Leisure

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The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel

Seattle 91 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

On a thoroughfare extending from the ferry terminals to Myrtle Edwards Park, adjacent to Norwegian Cruise Lines moorings, this hotel is planted on a waterside wharf jutting out over... — Star Service

Built in 1962 for the World’s Fair, The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel is an upscale property located directly on Puget Sound. — Oyster

All rooms combine luxury with Pacific Northwest charm. Features include handcrafted pine furniture, river rock fireplaces, Ralph Lauren bedding... and in-room Starbucks coffee service. — DK Eyewitness

The decor is reminiscent of a rustic mountain lodge; all guest rooms have a gas fireplace. — Michelin Guide

The Edgewater made its mark in Seattle history as the place The Beatles stayed when they came through on tour in 1964. — Afar Magazine

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The Fairmont Olympic Seattle

Seattle 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Grand and stately... this old-world hotel personifies class and elegance. — Fodor's

Gorgeous, expensive and a little rickety. — Not For Tourists

If your preferred aesthetic is grande dame rather than high design, this historic property—which has hosted black-tie galas since 1924—is your only choice in Seattle. — Travel + Leisure

Drink tea under ornate crystal chandeliers at The Georgian, walk up and down the grand mahogany staircase, and feel like royalty sitting in the Fairmont's grand European lobby. — BlackBook

For a luxurious weekend getaway in Seattle, this Fairmont is a win-win choice. — Gayot

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle

Seattle 89 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Luxurious boutique hotel with designer furnishings, plus a striking lobby, gym and elegant suites with CD players and flat-screen TVs – some with jacuzzis, too. — Rough Guide

Ceiling prints of fish and coral in the lobby, bright strawberry and cream striped wallpaper in the rooms, leopard print robes for taking intentionally bad Facebook photos. — BlackBook

What was once a phone company’s switching center is now a sophisticated hotel. All rooms come with a CD stereo. — DK Eyewitness

This quirky 11-story hotel in the heart of Downtown is so animal-friendly that if you don't come with a pet, you can "adopt" a goldfish for the length of your visit. — Concierge

Whimsical, with dashes of European elegance, the downtown Monaco is worthy of all four of its illustrious stars. — Lonely Planet

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Inn at the Market

Seattle 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Embraced within Pike Place Market complex. the inn features an ivy courtyard and fifth-floor deck overlooking Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains. — Michelin Guide

It doesn't get any more centrally located than this popular boutique hotel. — Not For Tourists

As indicated by its name, the Inn at the Market offers the quintessential Seattle setting, being that it's the only hotel situated right at Pike Place Market. — Afar Magazine

The only lodging in venerable Pike Place Market, this elegant 70-room boutique hotel has large rooms, many of which enjoy views onto market activity and Puget Sound. — Lonely Planet

Boasting a "spectacular" location inside Pike Place Market, this "lovely" "hideaway" offers "understated, elegant" rooms. — Zagat

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Pan Pacific Seattle

Seattle 88 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"It doesn't get more posh than this" rave fans of this "beautiful" Downtown tower, which offers Hirsch Bedner–designed rooms that are a "perfect blend of luxury and comfort". — Zagat

The hotel chain’s first new-build in the United States anchors a master-plan development in South Lake Union containing condo buildings, restaurants, and a waterfront park. — Condé Nast Traveler

Located in the off-center South Lake Union neighborhood, adjacent to Bell Town and a 15-minute hike to Pike Street Market, this hotel is part of a large mixed-use development that... — Star Service

Eco-friendly digs with stellar Space Needle views, a decadent spa and a delish seafood restaurant. — Jetsetter

Inside, the modern-organic decor strikes the right balance between high design and cushy comfort. — Concierge

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from $215

Kimpton Alexis Hotel

Seattle 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Since 1901, the Alexis has lived up to its stellar reputation as an elegant haven for those who prefer pampering. — DK Eyewitness

Seattle’s first self-proclaimed “art hotel” fills its 121 rooms with works selected by a Seattle Art Museum curator. — Travel + Leisure

Not the hippest stay in town, but rooms that showcase exposed brick and a hotel rocking the early works of Dale Chihuly on the walls? Not the stuffiest, either. — BlackBook

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. — Oyster

Effortlessly cool, yet totally accommodating. Akin to the Kimpton Hotel ideology. — Not For Tourists

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Hotel Andra

Seattle 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Significant renovations by new owners have turned this once understated hotel into a place that's hard to miss. — Gayot

A chic, comfortable Scandinavian-style "haven" close to restaurants, Nordstrom's flagship store and the Pike Place Market. — Zagat

This hotel melds a vintage building with bold, contemporary styling and manages to succeed even better than the local W hotel. — Frommer's

Located in the historic Belltown district rife with restaurants, clubs and art galleries, one block west of the brutish Westin, this brick and terra-cotta art-deco-era apartment building... — Star Service

An intimate boutique hotel in the Belltown neighbourhood, with chic, modern units featuring designer furnishings – more than half of them suites. — Rough Guide

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W Seattle

Seattle 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Across the street from its elegant, traditional competition, the Fairmont and more subdued Hotel Monaco, this sleek, hip, hyper-modern urban retreat is geared to those who skipped... — Star Service

This sleek property attracts the hip, trendy, and well-heeled. It offers modern amenities, impeccable service, and signature ultra-comfortable beds. — DK Eyewitness

W Hotels are fashion-forward, pet-friendly, and always the center of chic travelers' agendas. While all have recognizable features, all are distinct as well, catering to their specific locales. — BlackBook

Stylish modern tower with a staff of beautiful people and smart rooms in high style. — Rough Guide

Situated downtown within walking distance of Pike Place Market, this 26-story boutique hotel evokes a 21st-century European chic. — Travel + Leisure

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Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle

Seattle 87 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Cozy boutique hotel with top notch service overlooking the Seattle Public Library. — Jetsetter

Along with its superior siblings Alexis Hotel, Hotel Sorrento and Hotel Monaco, this coy Kimpton derivative lures back its long list of repeat clients with personal service, notable food... — Star Service

The rooms at this award-winning, gay-friendly hotel are a little smaller than at some other downtown hotels and they get a bit of street noise, but it’s a pleasant place to stay. — Lonely Planet

Laid-back boutique vibe that also welcomes pets of all sorts. — Not For Tourists

Wine is the theme at this Kimpton property. In fact, you'll find it at every turn. — Gayot

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The Maxwell Hotel - A Staypineapple Hotel

Seattle 86 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Another gorgeous boutique hotel that has recently graced Lower Queen Anne... and it’s not too pricey either. — Lonely Planet

This stylish boutique is a happy surprise located in an area of downtown that rarely sees a charming, full-service hotel. — Oyster

This new (2010) hotel just blocks from the Seattle Center offers a contemporary look with bold prints and accents of orange and lime. — Michelin Guide

There are certain things a traveler can count on from the Pineapple Hospitality group, beginning with colorful decor and comprehensive eco-friendly policies. — Gayot

Located in the Queen Anne Hill district, near the Space Needle, Chihuly Museum and EMP Museum, with convenient access to the monorail, this Kimpton copycat provides a pinch less... — Star Service

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Inn at El Gaucho

Seattle 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Hollywood Rat Pack enthusiasts will want to move right in to this dark, swank, and luxurious, retro-style inn, upstairs from Belltown's beloved El Gaucho steak house and the Big Picture. — Fodor's

Combining "all the attention of a bed-and-breakfast with the luxury of a hotel", this Belltown boutique charms guests with its "impeccable" service and "spacious", "nicely decorated" rooms. — Zagat

El Gaucho, with outposts throughout the Pacific Northwest, established its roots in Seattle back in 1953 when its first restaurant opened downtown. — Afar Magazine

In 18 suites decorated ‘50s-style... the Inn at El Gaucho offers a particularly outsized, swaggering American luxury. — Lonely Planet

El Gaucho Steakhouse may have a flashy reputation, but the swanky inn above it is an almost secretive affair, relying mostly on word of mouth to bring in guests. — Concierge

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Ace Hotel

Seattle 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This petite 28-room boutique in Belltown was the first hotel of the hipster-friendly Ace Hotels mini-chain, and it was designed with young, hip budget travelers in mind. — Oyster

Ace Seattle is located in the heart of Belltown, near downtown and within walking distance of the Seattle Center. — Michelin Guide

At the corner of Wall Street, three blocks from the waterfront and the livelier Edgewater, five blocks north of Pike Street Market, this pared-down American pensione was converted from a... — Star Service

The Ace Hotel, in the heart of Belltown, is the city's hippest economy hotel. — Frommer's

This hotel, situated in a historic building in the heart of Belltown, appeals to guests who prefer location over luxury. — DK Eyewitness

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Hotel Max

Seattle 85 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This eclectic property features the works of local artists and photographers in each of the 163 rooms, with more than 350 pieces throughout. — Gayot

Straddling Belltown, a hipster land of plenty (artful coffee shops, in particular), and the well established Pike Place Market, this Beaux Arts design beacon trades in fine art—and... — Condé Nast Traveler

Located in a renovated 1920s building a block from the monorail, a stylish hotel whose smallish rooms are kitted out with vaguely aesthetic themes – with original art in each room. — Rough Guide

Sleek downtown boutique sleep with cutting-edge art on every door and a stellar Japanese restaurant. — Jetsetter

Hotel Max has secured the honor of hippest hotel in the city, located close to the Fifth Avenue shopping district. — Concierge

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from $104

Grand Hyatt Seattle

Seattle 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

"Splurge for a water-view room" at this "luxurious" Downtown high-rise, where many quarters offer "amazing" views and all "comfortably luxe" units feature high-tech amenities. — Zagat

Adjacent to the Washington State Convention Center, the 425-room, Grand Hyatt is a big hotel that flaunts a number of boutique-hotel flourishes. — Travel + Leisure

Guests have free use of the sprawling health club, which has an exercise room, sauna, Jacuzzi, steam bath, lockers, circuit machines, and cardio machines with flat-screen televisions. — DK Eyewitness

If you're accustomed to staying in only the finest hotels, book a room here. For luxury, contemporary styling, amenities, and service, this hotel is first-rate. — Frommer's

This view-centric hotel appeals to business travelers or conventioneers who want a dependable Hyatt-level stay in a great downtown location. — Fodor's

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Hyatt At Olive 8

Seattle 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Encased in a sleek 39-story tower that was completed in 2009, the Olive 8 is managed by the Hyatt chain and is best described as swish, ultra-modern and, above all, green. — Lonely Planet

Hyatt at Olive 8 is the first LEED-certified hotel in Seattle --- a city known for its green living. — Gayot

Green luxury is the focus at the Hyatt at Olive 8. — Afar Magazine

Located a few blocks from the Seattle Convention Center, Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum, this was the first in Seattle to be certified as a LEED (Leadership in Energy and... — Star Service

Conservationists flock to this "beautiful" Downtown "green-chic" chain outpost – the first LEED-certified property in the city, built "with the environment in mind". — Zagat

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Seattle Marriott Waterfront

Seattle 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Pike Place Market is just a "short elevator ride" away from this "excellent" waterfont chain outpost offering "fantastic views" of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. — Zagat

This waterfront gem with excellent views of Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains is Seattle’s first full-service hotel. There’s a fitness center and two restaurants. — DK Eyewitness

When Seattle's downtown waterfront area began its renaissance, one thing was missing: a new upscale hotel. — Gayot

Across Alaskan Way from Elliott Bay, this sleek hotel doesn't have superb views like the Edgewater, but it's the only other option if you want to stay on the waterfront. — Frommer's

Located on the other side of Pier 66 from the regionally flavored Edgewater—the better of the two for leisure travelers in search of a waterfront locale—across Alaskan Way from Elliot... — Star Service

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Watertown Hotel - A Staypineapple Hotel

Seattle 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Free parking and Wi-Fi, freshly baked cupcakes, shuttle service to Downtown and elsewhere, and creative amenities make this University District hotel a great deal. — Fodor's

Airy, glassy rooms with great views of Lake Union and the downtown skyline. — BlackBook

Easy to miss because it looks like one of those crisp new modern apartment buildings, the Watertown has more of an arty-industrial feel than its sister hotel, the University Inn. — Lonely Planet

Essentially a hotel catering to students and their parents, Watertown boasts non-smoking premises, complimentary breakfasts, loaner bicycles, and a free shuttle to select attractions. — DK Eyewitness

A very fine hotel that sweetens the deal with lobby cupcakes. — Not For Tourists

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