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Luxury Hotels in Seattle

Otherwise known as the Emerald City, Seattle is a city that is located between lush evergreen forests and mountains all around. Whether you are visiting Seattle for business or pleasure, you should experience this great city in style, and there is no better way than by staying at a luxury hotel.
from $161
Hotel 1000 - The Seattle Hotel for Tech Enthusiasts
Situated on 1st Avenue, the location of this hotel is a strong selling point. From here, it is possible to reach many of Seattle's main attractions on foot, including Seattle Art Museum and the Pike Place Market. The hotel is also right on the popular Waterfront where you will find many high-end restaurants, including Anthony's Pier 66 where you can eat freshly caught oysters. Back at Hotel 1000, you can choose to eat at the trendy Boka Restaurant, which serves up decadent mains such as Alaskan Weathervane Scallops.But the main draw for many visitors to Hotel 1000 is just how high tech it is. Every room features an LCD TV with surround sound for the ultimate in-room entertainment experience, and there is even a virtual golf club on site. From this virtual club, you can play a round on 50 of the world's most celebrated courses - a must for golf fanatics.
from $179
The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel - Prime Location and Old World Charm
Without a doubt, the greatest aspect of The Edgewater is its prime location, situated on a pier that extends out over Elliot Bay. This positioning means that guests can experience incredible views out over the water and a level of serenity that can be difficult to find in such a large city. As guests take in the fresh air on the deck, they will also be able to see a vista of snow-capped mountains in the background. But The Edgewater isn't just about the view. This is one seriously stylish and yet cosy hotel. Each room comes with a gas fireplace, ideal for making guests feel right at home in the winter months. And upon entering their rooms at The Edgewater, guests will find a teddy bear perched on their bed.
from $239
Fairmont Olympic Hotel - A Budget-Friendly Seattle Landmark
The Fairmont Olympic Hotel is so much more than just a hotel. In fact, it is considered a landmark within Seattle. Located on the original site of the University of Washington, the Fairmont Olympic has been providing unparalleled service since 1924. Whether guests wish to indulge in fine dining, or relax with unique spa experiences, every wish is the command of the friendly staff at this hotel.The on-site restaurant, The Georgian, is a much celebrated eating establishment in Seattle with AAA 4 Diamond status that serves exquisite French fare every day of the week. While you take in the opulent surroundings of the dining room, you may order classics of French cuisine, including Tarragon Crusted Rabbit Loin and Roasted Steelhead with Lobster Stock. Guests may also treat themselves to a traditional afternoon tea at the Georgian, where delicate sandwiches and cakes are served alongside pots of tea.
from $161
Sorrento Hotel - Enjoy a Club Experience at a Reasonable Price
Sorrento Hotel is Seattle's longest-running boutique hotel, and guests who have the great fortitude of staying there are immersed in luxury, but they will also experience the warm and welcoming nature of this Seattle establishment. Everything in the Sorrento Hotel is designed so that staying there feels more like a club experience than staying at a hotel. In the Hunt Club, the primary restaurant within the hotel, you can experience this club atmosphere first hand. Deep wood panelling adorns the walls, and the friendly staff will be happy to tell you all about their farm-to-table ethos. You mustn't leave without trying the Anderson Valley rack of lamb.
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