In this month’s hotel spotlight, we head to northwest coast to Seattle, Washington. Seattle is well known for its iconic Space Needle and home of grunge music. Seattle produced some of the biggest bands during the 90’s such as Nirvana, Pearl Jam, and Soundgarden. The city is also well-known for its Pike Place Market. There is no doubt you will have plenty of sights to see and food to eat when you visit Seattle. Where to stay? Now that is a great question.
Hotel 1000 is a 5-star, luxury hotel located in the heart of downtown Seattle. The contemporary hotel is kid and pet friendly and boasts incredibly fast fiber optic internet, complimentary for guests. For an added tech bonus, each room has heat monitors so that the hotel staff knows not to disturb your room even if the “Do Not Disturb” sign is not present. Dine at the BOKA Restaurant or relax at The Spaah. The Hotel 1000 has room types for everyone including Luxe, Deluxe, Corner Studio, Grand Suite and more.
If your main goal when visiting Seattle is to check out Pike Place Market, the Inn at the Market might be the best hotel to stay in. This is the only hotel that is actually located in the Pike Place Market itself. You will literally be staying in Pike Place Market. The inn was even remodeled this year, ensuring all of the modern conveniences and hotel amenities you could want. The Inn has 76 rooms with views of downtown, Pike Place Market, the waterfront, the Puget Sound, and the Olympic Mountains.
If you are looking for a luxury hotel in downtown Seattle, your search will end with Hotel Ballard. Aptly named for its location in the historic Ballard neighborhood of the city, you are just minutes from downtown. This boutique hotel has 29 guestrooms that are designed to provide a luxurious retreat after you’ve explored the city. The elegant rooms have a gorgeous interior design that actually might have you wanting to explore the hotel before actually exploring the city. The hotel offers two lap pools, exercise studios, yoga, racquetball, fitness classes, steam rooms, saunas, and more. Like we said, you may not be leaving the hotel anytime soon.
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