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The building that is now the Fairmont Olympic was once the original campus of the University of Washington. Full review →
Distinguished Italian Renaissance-style luxury hotel in the heart of downtown. Full review →
Drink tea under ornate crystal chandeliers at The Georgian, walk up and down the grand mahogany staircase, and feel like royalty sitting in the Fairmont's grand European lobby.
Located in a 12-story Italian Renaissance–style building, the centrally located Fairmont is one of the most luxurious hotels in Seattle.
Transformed into a hotel in 1924, this downtown brick and terra-cotta Italian Renaissance tower "exudes beautiful old-world elegance." Full review →
The Pacific Northwest’s only fivediamond establishment, this landmark hotel has treated guests with the utmost elegance and personalized service since it opened in 1924.
Grand and stately... this old-world hotel personifies class and elegance. Full review →
Fairmont Olympic Hotel brings grand tradition and pampering service to downtown Seattle. Full review →
If you're looking for classically elegant surroundings, excellent service, and great amenities, then book a room at this gorgeous facsimile of an Italian Renaissance palace. Full review →
For a luxurious weekend getaway in Seattle, this Fairmont is a win-win choice. Full review →
Downtown landmark hotel decked out in dignified flapper-era stylings and eco-minded modern amenities. Full review →
With 450 rooms and every imaginable service, this place is certainly a splurge, but it’s worth exploring even if you don’t stay here. Full review →
Gorgeous, expensive and a little rickety. Full review →
It has a grand lobby with architecture that evokes the 1920s (the hotel opened in 1924), an impressive clientele list that includes JFK, and one of the oldest oyster bars in the city. Full review →
It offers standout service, fine dining, extraordinary traditional surroundings and commendable accommodations. Full review →Note: Guests can avoid paying expensive Internet charges by joining Fairmont's member program free of charge.
If your preferred aesthetic is grande dame rather than high design, this historic property—which has hosted black-tie galas since 1924—is your only choice in Seattle. Full review →
The "grande dame of Downtown", this "stately" Italian Renaissance "landmark" "takes you back to a different, refined era" with "unbeatable" service and "spacious", "elegant" rooms.
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