Free WiFi, plus concierge services, a fitness center and business center
Central location near all the downtown sights, including Pike Place Market and the Seattle waterfront
Guestrooms range from compact Queen rooms to large corner suites with views of Elliot Bay
What To Know
Book a water-view room for guaranteed views of Elliot Bay; most rooms have skyline views
Valet parking with in-and-out privileges costs $37 per day
Pets are welcome for a $45 fee
There’s no restaurant, but the best of downtown Seattle’s eateries are within walking distance
Parking on site
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Downtown Seattle digs in a modern Art Deco building, with pet-friendly rooms and Elliot Bay views
In the heart of the Emerald City’s restaurant-lined downtown, the historic Roosevelt Seattle is in a plum location within walking distance of Pike Place Market, the waterfront district and all the sports stadiums and arenas. Housed in a historic Art Deco building dating from 1929, it has interiors that are classically styled to complement the character-rich architecture, with a working fireplace and floor-to-ceiling windows in the streetside lobby lounge, and a royal palette of rubies and greens in the guestrooms. All guestrooms are handsomely dressed with doorframe moldings, heavy curtains and a writing desk, plus King, Queen or Twin beds, flat-screen TVs and en suite bathrooms with stand-alone or shower/tub combinations. Most guestrooms are pet-friendly for a one-time $45 fee. There’s no restaurant, but the best of downtown Seattle’s eateries are within walking distance, and the concierge team can recommend a splurge-worthy meal farther afield. For fitness fiends, there’s a small gym with running machines and weights.
In the Area
Make a beeline for the historic Pike Place Market to get a fix on why this town is such a powerhouse when it comes to epicurean pursuits. Seattleites have been coming here since 1907 to buy produce from local farmers, with a focus today on sustainability and artisanal ingredients. Hit Pioneer Square for an art and culture fix and to admire the neighborhood’s Renaissance Revival architecture. Galleries like the impressive Foster/White showcase big name artists like glass prodigy Dale Chihuly, while the Thursday Art Walk offers visitors the chance to meet and mingle with artists at such spaces as the Tashiro Kaplan Arts Building (the TK, for short). If you’re curious to check out the roots of the Seattle grunge movement, take in a gig at Belltown’s legendary The Crocodile, where bands like Nirvana and Pearl Jam once played.