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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.
Hotel Max has secured the honor of hippest hotel in the city, located close to the Fifth Avenue shopping district.
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. Full review →
Formerly the Vance, this hip boutique hotel features original artwork by local artists. Located in the heart of downtown.
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. Full review →
If you crave Philippe Starck-inspired furnishings but have an Ikea budget, this is the place for you. Full review →
This eclectic property features the works of local artists and photographers in each of the 163 rooms, with more than 350 pieces throughout. Full review →
Sleek downtown boutique sleep with cutting-edge art on every door and a stellar Japanese restaurant. Full review →
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. Full review →
In the middle of downtown Seattle inside a historic building, the Hotel Max features stylish, contemporary decor with a focus on emerging and established local artists and photographers.
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. Full review →
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.
In a convenient but slightly out-of-center location for business and leisure...this boutique-style hotel has been doing swimmingly, especially among the business traveler crowd. Full review →
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. Full review →
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