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The Edgewater made its mark in Seattle history as the place The Beatles stayed when they came through on tour in 1964. Full review →
Edgewater's upscale lodge-style decor seems far more appropriate for Seattle than the bland luxury you get at most of the city's newer hotels.Ask for a room facing the water—they're a bit more expensive but have larger bathrooms and sliding doors that open to incredible views.
A quintessential Seattle hotel, with mountain lodge interiors and some of the best salmon we've had at its restaurant, Six Seven. Full review →
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.
The hotel has fallen short on visitor satisfaction of late, and guests looking for luxury should probably head to the Four Seasons or Hotel 1000. Full review →
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. Full review →
These days, the property is a top bet for enjoying Seattle up-close-and-personal. Full review →
A playful hotel with serious rock ’n’ roll pedigree on Seattle’s Pier 67. Full review →
Perched over the water on a pier, it was once the hotel of choice for every rock band that mattered, including the Beatles, the Rolling Stones and, most infamously, Led Zeppelin. Full review →If you want to splurge, ask for 'The Beatles Suite' replete with luxury and fab four memorabilia.
The decor is reminiscent of a rustic mountain lodge; all guest rooms have a gas fireplace.
The Beatles and Led Zep both did creative things with fish here. Full review →
Built in 1962 for the World’s Fair, The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel is an upscale property located directly on Puget Sound. Full review →
On a thoroughfare extending from the ferry terminals to Myrtle Edwards Park, adjacent to Norwegian Cruise Lines moorings, this hotel is planted on a waterside wharf jutting out over Elliot Bay Full review →
Over the years, the hotel has seen legends like Led Zeppelin and The Rolling Stones, but you don’t have to be musical royalty to enjoy the waterfront location and rustic cabin-chic vibe. Full review →
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. Full review →
It's all about the "spectacular views" of Puget Sound at this "historic", "romantic" boutique that hangs over Elliott Bay.
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