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18 reviews
For a luxurious weekend getaway in Seattle, this Fairmont is a win-win choice. — Gayot
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Downtown
17 reviews
Downtown Seattle sleep with a trendy restaurant, intimate spa and futuristic amenities. — Jetsetter
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16 reviews
The Four Seasons hotel has a discreet side-street entrance leading to a lobby with sweeping views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. — Travel + Leisure
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Belltown
16 reviews
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
9
Downtown
17 reviews
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
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Belltown
17 reviews
Emulating (almost) its hip Portland cousin, the Ace sports minimal, futuristic decor. — Lonely Planet
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18 reviews
Boasting a "spectacular" location inside Pike Place Market, this "lovely" "hideaway" offers "understated, elegant" rooms. — Zagat
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Belltown
15 reviews
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
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Downtown
18 reviews
The Alexis jigsaw-puzzles 121 rooms into an early 20th-century building in downtown Seattle, where it pairs arty touches with high technology, including ergonomic work chairs and an Amazon Echo in every guestroom — The Telegraph
8
Downtown
14 reviews
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
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Downtown
16 reviews
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
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Belltown
15 reviews
Set within Seattle’s 2200 Plaza in the South Lake Union neighborhood, Pan Pacific Seattle offers easy access to some of the city’s best landmarks. — Forbes Travel Guide
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Belltown
15 reviews
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
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Downtown
13 reviews
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
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Magnolia / Queen Anne
9 reviews
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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10 reviews
A quarter of the 158 guest rooms (all dark-wood paneling with white, navy, and brass details) offer unobstructed views of Puget Sound’s Elliott Bay—dazzling on Seattle’s sunny days. — Condé Nast Traveler
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9 reviews
Stunning art glass and stellar service are standouts at Tacoma's top hotel. — Jetsetter
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12 reviews
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
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University District
11 reviews
With its proximity to the massive University of Washington and 85-year history, the 158-room Hotel Deca is a solid and stylish choice for families visiting the campus. — Travel + Leisure
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Belltown
9 reviews
The popular and reliable Kimpton brand nails it again with the Palladian, a hip new hotel in a 1910 Belltown landmark — Fodor's
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