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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.
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.
What was once a phone company’s switching center is now a sophisticated hotel. All rooms come with a CD stereo.
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. Full review →
The Monaco is one of downtown's most stylish hotels, attracting a young, affluent clientele. Full review →Be sure to order the restaurant's namesake cocktail at the adjacent bar.
This hotel is anything but drab. Yellow, red and blue jewel-toned accents dominate in the guest rooms, meeting rooms and lobby. Full review →
Modern style and endless perks (plus a beloved happy hour) at this super-central Seattle Kimpton hotel. Full review →
Whimsical, with dashes of European elegance, the downtown Monaco is worthy of all four of its illustrious stars. Full review →
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... Full review →There is also a small but well-equipped fitness center, and the hotel offers flexible meeting space, but it’s the thoughtful extras that elevate the stay, including free wine hours, free morning coffee, loaner bikes, and even a goldfish on request.
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.
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. Full review →Some of the standard rooms are on the small side, so it's best to request one of the larger deluxe rooms.
Like a moneyed earth mother who trolls Whole Foods for overpriced organics, this 189-room hotel strikes an odd balance between simple elegance and conspicuous glitziness. Full review →
Guest are "blown away by the red carpet treatment" at this "beautiful" Downtown boutique with "character to spare".
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