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Only a block from the waterfront, the Alexis Hotel is actually a complex of three buildings, all with a place on the National Registry of Historic Places. Full review →
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.
Back on the map after an extensive 2007 refurbishment, this cozy boutique charmer offers 121 tryst-worthy rooms in a well-positioned location downtown.
Since 1901, the Alexis has lived up to its stellar reputation as an elegant haven for those who prefer pampering.
The charming Library bistro is one of the city's favorite hideaways—whiskey aficionados should check out their impressive selection, including flights. Full review →
The cheerful, personalized service and the pleasant mix of contemporary and antique furnishings give the Alexis a special atmosphere. Full review →
This luxury boutique hotel isn't just near many of Seattle's major attractions --- it's also one of them. Full review →
Cheerful boutique hotel with large, pet-friendly suites near the waterfront and Pike Place Market. Full review →
A boutique hotel that is positively lavish, with huge rooms, thick carpets, gleaming bathrooms and some luxury extras. Full review →
This luxury boutique hotel, ensconced in a historic building, combines Northwest art and over-the-top service.
Effortlessly cool, yet totally accommodating. Akin to the Kimpton Hotel ideology. Full review →
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. Full review →
Plush decor at this top-notch hotel, as well as a spa and steam room, just south of Pike Place Market.
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 Full review →Each morning, guests receive newspapers; each evening, they get a wine reception; and each night, upon request, chocolates come with turndown.
Seattle’s first self-proclaimed “art hotel” fills its 121 rooms with works selected by a Seattle Art Museum curator. Full review →
In a "prime location" halfway between Pike Place Market and Pioneer Square, this "elegant" Downtown Kimpton boutique is "all about artistry".
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