Loews Hotel 1000 Seattle
What We Love
- Attentive and genuine service
- Free car service available for guest use within a two-mile radius of the hotel
- Cocktails at BOKA Kitchen & Bar made with barrel-aged and infused in-house liquors like thyme gin, lemon vodka and hibiscus rum
- A swanky studio space off the lobby where guests gather beside a 70s-inspired oval fireplace
- The Golf Club, a virtual golf simulator with over 680 sensors where guests can play a round at Pebble Beach or St. Andrews
What To Know
- The 24-hour fitness center is connected to locker rooms with his and hers saunas
- There can be some noise between rooms, so light sleepers may want earplugs
- Fido is welcome for $40 a stay
- Valet parking is $41 (plus tax) per day
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Hotel 1000 combines the modern luxuries of a city hotel with the personable service of a boutique property. Accented by hues reflecting the outdoor landscape, the 120 rooms walk the line between digital and analog. An electronic doorbell silently scans the room with infrared sensors to detect body heat — this ensures that hotel staff will never disrupt you to service your room. Other technological conveniences include an electronic do-not-disturb button, a media hub to charge multiple devices and an intelligent minibar that informs staff when it’s time to replenish. In contrast, minimalist clocks — sitting beside cushy beds draped in 400-thread-count, long loop Thai cotton sheets — and French press coffee pots prove that sometimes, simple is supreme. Bathrooms feature floor-to-ceiling views of the city, separate bath and shower, and Molton Brown products. Happy hour offers samples of crispy kale, tuna poke and truffle fries paired with a lesson in mixology at BOKA Kitchen & Bar, where bartenders serve liquor infused with lemon peels, fresh thyme and blueberries. Indulge in a signature facial or massage treatment at the intimate spa.
In the Area
Outside the hotel walls, there’s the Emerald City to explore, where you’ll find much more than Seattle’s stereotypical polar fleece-loving kayakers, grunge musicians and tech-magnet-philanthropists. Stroll by the houseboats on Lake Union, drive to the Woodinville wine region, see the Olympic Sculpture Park, or take in the Rem Koolhaas-designed public library. Visit Pike Place Market, a feast for the eyes and the stomach. Arrive early to avoid the crowds of tourists and locals, who simply call it “the Market”. Grab some java at the original Starbucks, and then peruse the endless stalls of flowers and handmade goods for sale by local farmers and craftspeople. Don’t miss the world-famous fish throwers. The downtown Nordstrom flagship, a Seattle institution, is a must-visit—for the shoe department alone. Evoking a traditional Italian salumeria with modern-day curing techniques, Salumi serves up authentic Mediterranean food in the heart of Seattle’s Pioneer Square district. Standout cooking skills must run in the family, as co-founder and principal salumist, Armandino Batali, is the father of celebrity chef Mario Batali. Dine at Sitka & Spruce, one of Seattle’s most hotly reviewed restaurants in the hip Capitol Hill district. Anchoring an artisanal market that houses a flower shop, butcher, cheese shop and cocktail bar, Sitka & Spruce’s always-changing menu is high on taste and sustainability with a locavore focus.
How to Get There
They put me on the conference room level for my anniversary stay. And they said they were all booked- however I checked the website and rooms were still available. No greetings when you enter the hotel. The room felt stale and standard, nothing special for what I paid for. I didn't feel the staff cared and felt unwelcomed at Loews. the whole stay.
I stayed here in 2016 under previous ownership and it was top notch service from the minute I walked in the door. The rooms were rather dark and gloomy and I didn't get much of a view but the bathtub was amazing and the room was spacious enough for me to enjoy.
In 2017 I stayed here again and they were in the midst of remodeling and redecorating. Even with all the activity, the room was super quiet. The rooms have also been lightened and brightened which is great for Seattle - it's dark and gloomy enough there, a nice bright room helps a lot! The beds are super comfy too!
The service has always been top notch and that tub!!! Not too many places I can relax and enjoy a soak, but this is THE place when I'm in Seattle.
Location is great, Central to just about everything for walking distance, and easy to get to Westlake Center to catch the tram to the Space Needle.
My favorite hotel in Seattle so far!
We had the most relaxing weekend getaway at Loews 1000.
The room was modern, spacious, and clean. We did not want to leave our room!
Our mini staycation started with a delicious dinner at their seafood restaurant – I could eat at All Water for the rest of my life – followed by a night out in the town. The location is ideal and in walking distance to Pike Place Market. The next day we treated ourselves with massages at their Spa and it did not disappoint. The spa was cozy, and the staff was welcoming and friendly. They accommodated our last-minute requests to make sure that we had a pleasant experience.
Although it’s our home town, it was worth the splurge.
Our fourth visit and home when we are here twice yearly.
Location is convenient to heart of town.
Rooms are spacious, well-thought out, great beds, perfect temp control, bathroom space is generous allowing for bath tub, toilet and shower.
Housekeeping spotless and clean.
All Water - their restaurant serves a good range of comfort food with a focus on seafood.
Very good happy hour with appetizing range from fresh oysters to burgers/sliders.
All in all - a very, very good hotel and lovely home to enjoy Seattle.
Large, comfortable room with nice amenities. Friendly staff. The only detriment was that we had road noise on the 6th floor. Business trip. Good restaurant. Not too expensive (compared to Fairmont and Four Seasons) but more than the Alexis across the street. Good, free wi-fi.