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Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

Seattle 94 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The new Four Seasons Seattle is a temple of mod inspiration, from the crystals in the fireplace to the clean lines of the lobby furniture. — BlackBook

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

This is one of the newest luxury hotels in Seattle, and it boasts a superb location adjacent to Pike Place Market and across the street from the Seattle Art Museum. — Frommer's

Seattle’s Four Seasons Hotel is a sophisticated, urbane retreat housed in a modern glass tower close to the Seattle Art Museum. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

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Hotel 1000

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

At Hotel 1000, the staff wants each guest of its 120-room boutique property to experience what it dubs WWF, or “wow, whimsy and fun.”. — Forbes Travel Guide

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. — Oyster

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

Where to start? This hotel is geek's paradise. — BlackBook

Modern, elegant, and focused on service, the Hotel 1000 is an excellent choice for travelers wanting luxury amenities in a smaller downtown property. — Afar Magazine

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The Fairmont Olympic Seattle

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

Fairmont Olympic Hotel brings grand tradition and pampering service to downtown Seattle. — Forbes Travel Guide

Transformed into a hotel in 1924, this downtown brick and terra-cotta Italian Renaissance tower "exudes beautiful old-world elegance.". — Condé Nast Traveler

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

The "grande dame of Downtown", this "stately" Italian Renaissance "landmark" "takes you back to a different, refined era" with "unbeatable" service and "spacious", "elegant" rooms. — Zagat

The Pacific Northwest’s only fivediamond establishment, this landmark hotel has treated guests with the utmost elegance and personalized service since it opened in 1924. — DK Eyewitness

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from $279

Hotel Sorrento

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

The rich wood-paneled lobby and Fireside Room—a perfect spot for a martini on a rainy night—are visions of old-world elegance. — Fodor's

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

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. — Oyster

With a rich history dating back to 1909, this beautiful, six-story Italian Renaissance building has a European look on the outside. — Gayot

The guest rooms are among the finest in the city: No two are alike; and, while most are set up for business travelers, this hotel also makes a great choice for vacationers. — Frommer's

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from $161

Inn at the Market

Seattle 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

From its heart-stopping views and comfortable rooms to the fabulous location and amazing fifth-floor deck perched above Puget Sound, this is a place you'll want to visit again and again. — Fodor's

The "very fun atmosphere" is created in part by an ivy-draped inner courtyard with shops, restaurants, and a fountain. — Condé Nast Traveler

Contemporary boutique hotel with three restaurants and a rooftop deck overlooking Seattle’s Pugent Sound. — Jetsetter

If you want close proximity to Pike Place Market, this top-notch boutique spot is a good choice for its fine views of the market, city or bay, and its tasteful decor, free wi-fi and rooftop deck. — Rough Guide

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from $235

The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel

Seattle 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Beatles and Led Zep both did creative things with fish here. — Not For Tourists

The hotel has fallen short on visitor satisfaction of late, and guests looking for luxury should probably head to the Four Seasons or Hotel 1000. — Fodor's

It's all about the "spectacular views" of Puget Sound at this "historic", "romantic" boutique that hangs over Elliott Bay. — Zagat

Fame and notoriety have stalked the Edgewater. Perched over the water on a pier, it was once the hotel of choice for every rock band that mattered, including the Beatles, the Rolling... — Lonely Planet

With its self-consciously hearty, rustic interiors—all log and pine furniture, checks and tartans, river stones and slate—the Edgewater takes the Pacific Northwest-lodge motif to the nth degree. — Travel + Leisure

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Pan Pacific Seattle

Seattle 90 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Its 160 rooms feature European-style bathtubs, zebrawood and porcelain tile bathrooms, an entertainment center with flat screen TV and high-speed Internet access. — Gayot

This elegant, contemporary luxury hotel is an excellent choice for travelers with business in northern Belltown or South Lake Union. — Oyster

Although primarily a business hotel, the Pan Pacific's rooms are such plush retreats that they rightfully belong at some luxury resort, not at a business hotel. — Frommer's

Surprisingly cheap for how posh it is. — Not For Tourists

Views of the Space Needle and Lake Union are one of the many perks at this stunning hotel, where the decor makes it feel full of light even during the gray Seattle winter. — Fodor's

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Kimpton Hotel Monaco Seattle

Seattle 88 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

Thanks to a massive $5.2-million renovation completed in 2012, the once slightly dated 189-room hotel has sprung back to life with a modern-meets-global look. — Fodor's

The Monaco is one of downtown's most stylish hotels, attracting a young, affluent clientele. — Frommer's

Guest are "blown away by the red carpet treatment" at this "beautiful" Downtown boutique with "character to spare". — Zagat

The 189-room Hotel Monaco 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... — Oyster

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from $175

Ace Hotel

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

Located in the trendy Belltown district, this building started life as a hotel for maritime workers in 1909. Following an ace transformation, it now has the vibe of an artist's loft. — Gayot

Ace Hotels—whose growing brand epitomizes a cool, unfussy, überhip hotel stay—debuted at this site in 1999, and it has become a kind of template for the company’s trademark style. — Afar Magazine

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

The Ace is a dream come true for both penny-pinching hipsters and folks who appreciate unique minimalist decor. — Fodor's

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

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from $129

Hotel Andra

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

Scandanavian inspired furnture (though not the IKEA kind) fill the rooms of this luxury boutique. — BlackBook

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

Unveiled in 2006, this Belltown boutique hotel is housed in the extensively renovated site of a circa-1940’s Women’s Army Corps transfer station. — Travel + Leisure

The Ändra is like a smaller, gentler version of the W: It has similar modern... aesthetics, but is a little brighter, a little more personal, and a little less expensive. — Concierge

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from $189

W Seattle

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

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

"If you want to impress a local", admirers assert this "chic, trendy" Downtown hotel does the trick, from its "edgy" design to its "luxurious" rooms. — Zagat

Self-consciously hip—but never exuding a too-cool-for-you vibe—the W is a haven for the design-conscious. — Concierge

The W Seattle is like an aging hipster... that said, it's still fun if you can get a good deal. — Fodor's

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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from $185

Kimpton Alexis Hotel

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

This luxury boutique hotel isn't just near many of Seattle's major attractions --- it's also one of them. — Gayot

Cheerful boutique hotel with large, pet-friendly suites near the waterfront and Pike Place Market. — Jetsetter

A boutique hotel that is positively lavish, with huge rooms, thick carpets, gleaming bathrooms and some luxury extras. — Lonely Planet

This luxury boutique hotel, ensconced in a historic building, combines Northwest art and over-the-top service. — Michelin Guide

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

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from $215

Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle

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

Stylish boutique hotel with rooms themed around winedrinking and vineyards; amenities may include fireplaces, jacuzzis, flat-screen TVs, stereos and, of course, nightly tastings of vino. — Rough Guide

The Hotel Vintage plays up to Seattle’s quirky reputation, shunning elaborate grandeur or modern minimalist design for a homely, relaxed and personal setup. — The Telegraph

It’s hard to go wrong with a Kimpton property, and the Hotel Vintage Park doesn’t disappoint. — Oyster

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

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

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from $124

Inn at El Gaucho

Seattle 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

Retro, boy's club glamour. — Not For Tourists

Feather beds, Egyptian linens, Reidel stemware, fresh flowers from Pike Place Market and large-screen plasma TVs. — BlackBook

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

This boutique hotel boasts just seventeen suites, with views that range from the atrium to Elliott Bay and the majestic Olympic Mountains. — Gayot

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from $199

Hotel Max

Seattle 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Original artworks hang in the small but cool guest rooms, and it's tough to get any hipper than the Max's super-saturated color scheme. — Lonely Planet

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

Local art above your bed, teak wood desks, mirrored walls. Each floor is dedicated to a different local photographer, and black and white photos cover each door. — BlackBook

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

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

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from $104

The Maxwell Hotel - A Staypineapple Hotel

Seattle 84 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This is the hotel for visitors frequenting the Seattle Center for opera or the ballet, or going to Teatro Zinzanni, whose huge, colorful tent is just steps from the hotel. — Fodor's

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

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

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

This "hip" Queen Anne property's mix of "trendy", "well-furnished" digs are named after musical terms like Duet and Prima Donna and boast "contemporary" furnishings. — Zagat

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from $149

Hyatt At Olive 8

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

In a city known for environmental responsibility, being the greenest hotel in Seattle is no small feat—and green is rarely this chic. — Fodor's

This downtown hotel near the convention center is Seattle's first LEED-certified hotel. — Frommer's

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

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

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

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Grand Hyatt Seattle

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

This posh rest stop for business travelers (located a hop and skip away from the Washington State Convention Center) features warm wooded accents and contemporary northwest art. — BlackBook

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

"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

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

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

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The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Today the Arctic Club Seattle is one of the prettiest historic buildings in Seattle and should be your first choice if you enjoy staying in historic hotels. — Frommer's

There's "no better place to kick off an expedition" than this "unique" turn-of-the-century Downtown chain outpost. — Zagat

Such attention to detail, paired with equally attentive staff, makes the hotel warm and welcoming. — Condé Nast Traveler

Formerly a men's club for veterans of the Alaska gold rush, this downtown hotel offers all of the perks of a luxury hotel as well as a colorful historic background. — Gayot

By staying true to the building's history with period furnishings and original architectural details, the hotel creates an ambience straight out of the early part of the last century. — Lonely Planet

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from $246

Seattle Marriott Waterfront

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The Marriott is an eight-story property with rooms on the downtown waterfront, directly across from the Seattle Cruise Terminal (Pier 66) where ships bound for Alaska dock. — Travel + Leisure

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

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

There are very few Seattle hotels this close to the water, so if you want to enjoy everything this scenic city has to offer... the Marriott is a great pick. — Oyster

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from $249
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