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Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

Seattle 93 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

It’s hard to go wrong with this top luxury hotel that has, arguably, some of the best views in the city. — Oyster

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

One for the grown-ups, with great water views. — Bon Appétit

In a superb location for both business and leisure travelers, this hotel shares the top of Seattle's luxury heap with the more traditional Fairmont. — Star Service

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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The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel

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

The Edgewater is Seattle's only true waterfront hotel, and despite the urban setting, it manages to capture the feel of a classic Northwest wilderness retreat. — Frommer's

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

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

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

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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 →

It has a grand lobby with architecture that evokes the 1920s (the hotel opened in 1924), an impressive clientele list that includes JFK, and one of the oldest oyster bars in the city. — Oyster

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

Downtown landmark hotel decked out in dignified flapper-era stylings and eco-minded modern amenities. — Jetsetter

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

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

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from $279

Hotel 1000

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

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

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

Downtown Seattle sleep with a trendy restaurant, intimate spa and futuristic amenities. — Jetsetter

Chic and modern yet warm and inviting, the Hotel 1000 is luxe, with a distinctly Pacific Northwest feel, without being campy. — Fodor's

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

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from $225

Hotel Sorrento

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

Admirers assert you'll "be treated like a VIP" by staffers who "make you feel appreciated" at this "historic" First Hill "hidden treasure" that exudes "old-world charm" from the moment you enter. — Zagat

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

The combination of luxurious appointments, over-the-top service and a pervasive sense of class add up to a perfect blend of decadence and restraint. — Lonely Planet

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. — Star Service

Where to sleep in Seattle? The Sorrento Hotel—at a safe remove from the tourist bustle of Pike Place but with killer views of Puget Sound—might finally settle this dilemma. — Condé Nast Traveler

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from $161

Inn at the Market

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

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

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

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

Hovering above Seattle's famous open-air mercantile, this classic and classy inn offers a tranquil respite from the bustling crowds just outside — Star Service

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

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from $235

Pan Pacific Seattle

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

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

A 15-minute hike to Pike Street Market, this hotel is part of a large mixed-use development that includes three landmark towers. — Star Service

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

Affordable luxury with stylish boutique appointments in a smart modern tower, offering in-room HDTVs and free wi-fi, and a central location north of Belltown. — Rough Guide

Herman Miller chairs make work more comfortable, while personal steward service means the staff promises to take care of issues promptly without a lot of asking around. — BlackBook

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from $215

Kimpton Alexis Hotel

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

Back on the map after an extensive 2007 refurbishment, this cozy boutique charmer offers 121 tryst-worthy rooms in a well-positioned location downtown. — Concierge

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

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

Located near the Kingdome and the main shopping district, this Kimpton original was Seattle's first boutique-hotel, and Bill Kimpton's second hotel in this long-lived chain — Star Service

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

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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 →

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

This hotel is anything but drab. Yellow, red and blue jewel-toned accents dominate in the guest rooms, meeting rooms and lobby. — Gayot

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

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

Within walking distance of the waterfront, convention center, Pike Place Market and Seattle Art Museum, this hallmark of Northwest attitude and style is an icon in the city. — Star Service

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from $175

Hotel Andra

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

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

A hip hotel in hip Belltown. In the lobby, the Pacific Northwest meets Scandinavia in a rough-hewn granite fireplace and floor-to-ceiling maple bookcases. — Condé Nast Traveler

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

Scandinavian-inspired Seattle sleep, with a celeb chef Greek restaurant, just steps from Pike Place Market. — Jetsetter

A more subdued version of Hotel Max, this operation has a subtler residential tone that will impress midrange business and leisure travelers. Independently owned, this is a wonderful one-off operation — Star Service

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from $189

W Seattle

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

It's the W. Of course it's nice. — Not For Tourists

One of the most efficiently run design-hotels in the city, and its prowess as a conference magnate is unimpeachable given its unusually large size for a W. — Star Service

The chain that brought style back to the hotel business is in Seattle in full glory. — Lonely Planet

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

The W hotel chain has won plenty of national attention and devoted fans for its oh-so-hip accommodations, and here in the land of espresso and high-tech, the W is a natural. — Frommer's

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from $185

Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle

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

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

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

Small, classically elegant, and exceedingly romantic, the Vintage Park is a must for both lovers and wine lovers. — Frommer's

This hotel offers such comforts as plush terrycloth robes, lush fabrics and cherry wood furniture, and a hosted wine hour by a wood-burning fireplace in the lobby. — DK Eyewitness

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

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from $124

Ace Hotel

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

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

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

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

Geared to the hip young voyager with a tolerance for small accommodations and communal baths...and kitchens—the complimentary earplugs and condoms in the welcome kit are a fun touch. — Star Service

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The Maxwell Hotel - A Staypineapple Hotel

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

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

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

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

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from $149

Hotel Max

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

Sepia-toned portraits shot by native Seattle photographers line the hallways, and sleek, muted rooms sport paintings by local talents—but the fifth floor is the real scene-stealer. — Condé Nast Traveler

Sassy and art-forward, the Hotel Max (for "Maximalism") blends artsy decor with punchy minimalism for an architect-office effect—though one with cushy trimmings. — Fodor's

You don’t have to love art galleries, vintage-boutique shopping, or indie-rock concerts to enjoy staying at the Max—but it sure helps. — Travel + Leisure

From the turntables and Tivoli radios in the rooms to the free craft beer during happy hour in the lobby, the upscale Hotel Max is distinct and stylish. — Oyster

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

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from $104

Grand Hyatt Seattle

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

Each room has a different view of the city and surrounding area, from downtown’s skyscrapers to glistening Lake Union to the house-covered hillsides of The Emerald City. — Forbes Travel Guide

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

"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 want modern elegance and lavish rooms -- and are unwilling to spring for the Four Seasons directly on the waterfront -- the Grand Hyatt is an ideal tradeoff. — Oyster

Located 10 blocks east of the bay, adjacent to its trendier sib, Hyatt at Olive 8, this place is the contemporary counterpart to the slightly more sophisticated Fairmont — Star Service

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Hyatt At Olive 8

Seattle 83 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

Far from being a tie-dyed Bumpershoot outcast, this green hotel is a sleek mainstream commercial outpost with a cool, contemporary Northwest vibe and an array of facilities. — 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

You almost can’t go wrong with the Hyatt at Olive 8, which is known for its exceptionally high customer ratings, environmentally conscious design, and easy, walk-to-everything location. — Oyster

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Seattle Marriott Waterfront

Seattle 83 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

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

The decor in the public spaces is warm, rich, and somewhat interesting, while guest rooms fall back on standard hotel decor. — Fodor's

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

This is a tour-de-force fueled by commercial grandeur and excellent meeting facilities, helping it to compete with the likes of the Monaco and Alexis despite its strong business overtones. — Star Service

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

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from $249

Inn at El Gaucho

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

Located smack-dab in the epicenter of downtown Seattle’ popular Belltown neighborhood, The Inn at El Gaucho is an intimate, second-story boutique hotel. — Oyster

While low-budget hipsters have the Ace Hotel, those who are more flush can opt to stay at this plush little Belltown inn. — Frommer's

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

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

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from $199

Warwick Seattle

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

Seattle’s W, like W hotels worldwide, offers comprehensive, upscale facilities with an abstract touch. — Lonely Planet

Built in 1981, this French-owned mid-sized hotel in Belltown was ahead of its time in terms of boutique-style amenities. — Frommer's

The Warwick Seattle, a contemporary upper-middle-range hotel, offers a prime location between Belltown and downtown. — Oyster

Space Needle views, vintage charm, and friendly service abound at this renovated classic hotel in Belltown. — Fodor's

This hotel is proof that a book should never be judged by its cover. — Gayot

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from $159
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