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Hotel Murano

Seattle 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This gleaming city center hostelry, once the Sheraton Tacoma, continues to provide the top choice here. Within walking distance of the art museum, the Broadway Center for Performing Arts,... — Star Service

Named for the Italian island where some of the world's best glass is created, this big hotel with an intimate ambience centers around exhibits by world-famous glass artists. — Fodor's

Stunning art glass and stellar service are standouts at Tacoma's top hotel. — Jetsetter

Opened in 2008, the 319-room Hotel Murano is part luxury boutique hotel, part contemporary art museum located in the center of downtown Tacoma. — Forbes Travel Guide

At the new Hotel Murano, each of the 21 guest-floors honors a different artist (from Australian Cockburn to Chihuly), and rooms are filled with one-of-a-kind handblown pieces. — Travel + Leisure

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The Arctic Club Seattle - a DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel

Seattle 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Formerly a men's club for veterans of the Alaska gold rush, this downtown hotel offers all of the perks of a luxury hotel as well as a colorful historic background. — Gayot

Such attention to detail, paired with equally attentive staff, makes the hotel warm and welcoming. — Condé Nast Traveler

The Arctic Club pays homage to an era of Gold Rush opulence. Fun touches like trunks for bedside tables and walrus bottle openers continue the arctic club theme. — Fodor's

This is one of Doubletree's most intriguing properties to date and the polar opposite of its 800-room sibling near the airport. It has an upscale twist that makes a great first impression. — Star Service

Though its central location makes the Arctic Club ideal year-round, in summer you can stroll the waterfront, just five blocks from the hotel. — Concierge

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Mayflower Park

Seattle 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

If you’re coming to Seattle to shop, this is the hotel for you. — Lonely Planet

Classic and comfortable, the Mayflower Park offers old-world charm in the center of the action. — Fodor's

This fashionable hotel with a deeply traditional sense of style deserves attention for its fine service, creative dining options and attractive, well-stocked accommodations. — Star Service

If your favorite recreational activities include shopping or sipping martinis, the Mayflower Park is for you. — Frommer's

Built in 1927, the 160-room Mayflower Park is an upper-middle-range property with lots of Old World charm. — Oyster

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Sheraton Seattle Hotel

Seattle 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

As you'd expect, given the location, the hotel gets lots of business from conventioneers. — Lonely Planet

This hotel's proximity to the Washington State Convention and Trade Center, and its role as a premier meeting hotel in its own right, help assure that the large lobby is always abuzz with activity. — Gayot

Head for The Daily Grill Bar for delicious hot and cold hors d’oeuvres, Washington state’s award-winning wines, martinis, and plasma TVs for sports and news. — DK Eyewitness

In the heart of the city...this colossal hotel, Seattle's largest, is synonymous with conventions, and it's no wonder it is next to the convention center. — Star Service

Mammoth in size (1,258 rooms), and neutral in charm, the Sheraton capitalizes on its ultimate draw: location, location, location. — Oyster

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The Westin Seattle

Seattle 81 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This impossible-to-miss, two-cylinder luxury business hotel has almost 900 rooms, some of which contain Jacuzzis, CD players or a range of workout equipment. — Lonely Planet

Located in two round towers, the Westin has an indoor pool, 24-hour room service, in-room movies, valet/laundry, two restaurants, a business center, and non-smoking rooms. — DK Eyewitness

With its distinctive cylindrical towers, the 47-story Westin is the tallest hotel in Seattle and has the best views of any accommodation in the city. — Frommer's

This corporate giant offers spacious and sophisticated environs that rival some of the big boys, including the Sheraton, Grand Hyatt, Marriott and Renaissance — Star Service

Towering over downtown, the upscale 891-room Westin Seattle is in walking distance to Pike Place Market and the monorail to the Space Needle. — Oyster

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Hotel Deca, A Noble House Hotel

Seattle 82 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

With its proximity to the massive University of Washington and 85-year history, the 158-room Hotel Deca is a solid and stylish choice for families visiting the campus. — Travel + Leisure

A $2 million renovation in 2007 transformed this hotel into a nicely priced tribute to Art Deco --- with a warm, Pacific Northwest feel. — Gayot

This award-winning hotel has 16 stories and designer rooms that offer comfy digs and great views of the U-District, the Space Needle, and the downtown skyline. — DK Eyewitness

If you need to stay near the University of Washington -- and want to avoid chain hotels -- Hotel Deca is a solid option. — Oyster

The 16-story Hotel Deca is one of Seattle's hippest hotels, and it offers excellent value. Consequently, it's one of my favorite hotels in the city. — Frommer's

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MarQueen Hotel

Seattle 80 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Situated in Seattle’s Lower Queen Anne district, within easy walking distance of Key Arena and the Seattle Center, this hotel is best suited to travelers who appreciate historic boutique hotels. — Oyster

Patrons of the opera, ballet, and theater will enjoy being just blocks from Seattle Center and it's a quick walk to Belltown from this part of Queen Anne. — Fodor's

Queen Anne neighborhood’s stately hotel provides a wonderful alternative to the area’s chain motels and hotels. — DK Eyewitness

A classic old-school apartment building... the neighborhood is an under-visited gem, handy to various attractions. — Lonely Planet

Shabby-chic vintage at a decent price. — Not For Tourists

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Hotel Bellevue

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The luxury Hotel Bellevue is set on nine secluded acres with trees and gardens in Bellevue. It's a nice retreat from the hustle and bustle of downtown Bellevue and Seattle. — Oyster

Set on 15 acres in a corporate park setting, up against the freeway, this often-overlooked hotel is an oasis of style, luxury and service — Star Service

In its gardens, architecture, and interior design, this hotel epitomizes contemporary Northwest style. — Frommer's

Despite the hotel’s easy access to I-405, it’s hidden away on a quiet side street in a residential neighborhood. — Travel + Leisure

Fitness buffs will particularly enjoy the perks of this architectural jewel in downtown Bellevue because guests have use of the Bellevue Club's 200,000-square-foot private athletic club. — Fodor's

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Watertown Hotel - A Staypineapple Hotel

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Essentially a hotel catering to students and their parents, Watertown boasts non-smoking premises, complimentary breakfasts, loaner bicycles, and a free shuttle to select attractions. — DK Eyewitness

Easy to miss because it looks like one of those crisp new modern apartment buildings, the Watertown has more of an arty-industrial feel than its sister hotel, the University Inn. — Lonely Planet

A very fine hotel that sweetens the deal with lobby cupcakes. — Not For Tourists

Free parking and Wi-Fi, freshly baked cupcakes, shuttle service to Downtown and elsewhere, and creative amenities make this University District hotel a great deal. — Fodor's

Admirers of this "modern" University District boutique that's "convenient to UW" praise its outstanding, "knowledgeable" service and "beautiful", light-filled quarters. — Zagat

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The Paramount Hotel

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The Paramount has 146 large rooms that, like the lobby areas, are furnished with heavy antiques perhaps meant to give the relatively new hotel an old-world feel. — Lonely Planet

Good value meets great location at this solid, comfortable boutique hotel. — Fodor's

Named after the nearby Paramount Theater, the upper-middle-range Paramount Hotel is a classy 146-room property ideally located in the heart of Seattle's downtown area. — Oyster

This hotel may be a block from the Paramount Theatre, but some of the best entertainment can be found right in the lobby. — Gayot

The calm, conservative lobby has paneled accents and overstuffed sofas set around a prominently featured fireplace. The mood is cozy and comfortable. — Star Service

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Hotel Ballard

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in Seattle's trendy Ballard neighborhood, the Hotel Ballard is an upper-middle-range boutique hotel that opened in 2013. — Oyster

As neighborhood hotels pop up in Seattle, the fanciest one is this indulgent Ballard escape in the middle of the historic area boasting cool shops and a weekend cocktail trail. — Zagat

Not only is this 29-room boutique hotel one of the most luxurious stays in the neighborhood...but it's also in an ideal location, right on Ballard Avenue. — Condé Nast Traveler

As Borat would say, "Very nice!". — Not For Tourists

Located in the center of Ballard --- arguably Seattle's most interesting neighborhood --- this boutique hotel is steps from the area'€™s thriving art scene. — Gayot

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Moore Hotel

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

A nice clean place, reasonably priced. — Not For Tourists

Just two blocks from Pike Place Market, this historic hotel dates back to 1907. It is celebrated for more than just its status as a landmark lodge. — Gayot

Old-world and a little moth-eaten, the Moore nonetheless has a friendly front desk and a prime location. If that doesn't swing you, the price should. — Lonely Planet

Located on a quieter block of downtown Seattle, this stylish two-pearl boutique hotel ... offers a variety of rooms. — Oyster

In a historic building 2 blocks from both Pike Place Market and the Belltown restaurant and nightlife district, the Moore is a decent downtown choice for young and adventurous travelers on a tight budget. — Frommer's

Hotel FIVE - A Staypineapple Hotel

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

This conveniently located hotel is close to Belltown, downtown and Seattle Center, and parking is comparatively cheap. — Lonely Planet

This 58-room boutique prides itself on being a funky option in downtown Seattle. — Oyster

On the former site of a nondescript Ramada Inn, Hotel Five opened in 2011 as a friendly, cheap-chic property that’s lighter on the wallet than nearby downtown options. — Afar Magazine

Ultra-modern hotel with reportedly thin walls. — Not For Tourists

Art and design lovers will strike gold at this quirky independent, which offers plenty of creative decor in both public areas and guest rooms — Star Service

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Cedarbrook Lodge

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

You may not want to leave this "fabulous find" after experiencing its "spacious", "comfortable" rooms. — Zagat

The Cedarbrook Lodge offers 104 rooms, spacious meeting facilities and a variety of on-site amenities to accommodate both business and leisure travelers. — Gayot

Out by the airport, this resort does double duty as a convenient and lively venue for groups, while also providing easy access to the runways — Star Service

Cedarbrook is close to the airport, yet as far from a standard airport hotel as imaginable; it's a handsome Northwest-style lodge with lovely gardens, set in a forest. — Michelin Guide

Cedarbrook Lodge is such a quintessentially northwestern luxury lodge that it is worth considering, especially if you have a car with you. — Frommer's

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Willows Lodge

Seattle 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The 84 rooms are subtly done in salvaged timber and antique slate, and outfitted with Frette linens, fireplaces, and giant Jacuzzis for two. — Travel + Leisure

Combining elegance and rusticity, The Willows is situated amid five acres of lush gardens in the Sammamish Valley near Seattle, and at the heart of Western Washington's wine country. — Michelin Guide

Set among the wineries of Woodinville, east of Seattle, Willows Lodge pairs luxury with Northwest rusticity — Forbes Travel Guide

Timbers salvaged from a 19th-century warehouse are rustic counterpoints to sleek, modern design of this elegant spa hotel in the heart of Woodinville wine country. — Fodor's

The upscale Willows Lodge is a beautiful, 84-room resort in Woodinville Wine Country. — Oyster

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BEST WESTERN PLUS Pioneer Square Hotel

Seattle 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The only hotel in the historical heart of Seattle, it can’t be beaten for location... nightlife, restaurants and shopping are just steps from the door. — Lonely Planet

History buffs and sports fans flock to this 19thcentury landmark hotel featuring period decor and deluxe bathrooms. — DK Eyewitness

Things get raucous on weekend nights, and this hotel is only recommended for guests accustomed to dealing with street people and noise. — Frommer's

While its historic mien is certainly of interest to many visitors, it is more likely the low rates that lure them here. — Star Service

The 72-room mid-range BEST WESTERN PLUS Pioneer Square Hotel is a pleasant hotel for tourists and families in Seattle's vibrant Pioneer Square neighborhood. — Oyster

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Crowne Plaza Seattle Downtown Area

Seattle 79 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, the upper-middle-range Crowne Plaza Seattle Downtown Area is a modern high-rise hotel with 34 floors all upgraded and renovated in 2014. — Oyster

A reputable chain hotel with well-appointed rooms and trendy boutiques. An easy walk to the Convention Center. — DK Eyewitness

At Seneca and the Interstate 5 off-ramp, this solid corporate hotel surpasses the standards at the nearby Executive Hotel Pacific but falls short of the similarly sized Grand Hyatt and... — Star Service

This 34-floor downtown skyscraper is more business-like than ostentatious, although a 2014 renovation has upped its ante somewhat. — Lonely Planet

This Crowne built its local kingly reputation on its high level of service and a great location. — Gayot

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Silver Cloud Inn Seattle - Lake Union

Seattle 78 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Two miles north of downtown overlooking a lake, the mid-range Silver Cloud Inn Seattle/Lake Union offers lots of bang for the buck away from the bustle of downtown. — Oyster

Reasonably priced rooms with near-perfect views of Lake Union set this hotel apart from the rest. — BlackBook

Situated on Lake Union’s southern shore, this 184-room hotel has panoramic views of the waterfront and city skyline. — Travel + Leisure

Across the street from Lake Union, this hotel offers good views (some of which take in the Space Needle). The rooms are big and filled with lots of amenities. — Frommer's

With views of Lake Union, free parking, and family-friendly services, this property offers great value for guests looking to explore more of Seattle than just Downtown. — Fodor's

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from $219

Mediterranean Inn

Seattle 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

The location and the price are the big draws at this clean, newish hotel located in the heart of lower Queen Anne. — BlackBook

Hello! Mediterrane-INN, guys. What a missed opportunity. — Not For Tourists

There's something about the surprisingly un-Mediterranean Med Inn that just clicks. — Lonely Planet

This modern apartment-hotel, in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood, is just a couple of blocks from Seattle Center and is an ideal choice for extended stays. — Frommer's

A pleasant and quiet lower-middle-range hotel on a street of restaurants and shops in the Lower Queen Anne area of Seattle, within a 10-minute walk of the Space Needle. — Oyster

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from $149

University Inn - A Staypineapple Hotel

Seattle 77 The TripExpert score is determined by calculating the general consensus of expert reviewers. Learn more →

Parents and students reserve early to save their spot at the University Inn, a non-smoking property located only three blocks from the University of Washington. — DK Eyewitness

Within easy walking distance of the university, this hotel offers surprisingly attractive rooms. — Frommer's

What pushes this spotless, modern, well-located place over the edge into greatness is, believe it or not, the waffles served at the complimentary breakfast. They’re amazing. — Lonely Planet

This 102-room, former motor hotel in the University District is one of the many relics leftover from the era when the World's Fair came to town. — Gayot

Business-oriented hotel close to the University of Washington. Some rooms have kitchens, all have complimentary breakfast; there’s also a pool and spa and free wi-fi. — Rough Guide

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