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drClaw's avatar

Seattle Dwellers, I need to get a nice hotel downtown. Any suggestions?

Asked by drClaw (4437points) May 14th, 2009
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sccrowell's avatar

Try hotels.com, it worked great for me everytime. Or at least use them to find a hotel then call for reservations. Good luck!

bythebay's avatar

I have stayed at both The Four Seasons and The Grand Hyatt – both very nice and pobably about 300/350 per night.

Mamradpivo's avatar

The Arctic Club is quite famous and suppose to be very nice. It just underwent a big remodel. Also, there’s a westin right downtown, those are always nice. Good luck.

figbash's avatar

What are you looking for? Young and hip? Classic and dependable? Near the tourist sites?

skfinkel's avatar

The Serento: just up the hill, and very nice.

susanc's avatar

SORrento, and it’s true.

rawpixels's avatar

Inn At The Market

Best hotel in Seattle and right next to Pike’s Place Market

Supergirl's avatar

We like the “W” and Hotel 1000. Both awesome and in great locations.

figbash's avatar

Really, it depends on how much you want to spend. I have at least a few suggestions but am not really sure what kind of an experience you want. The Fairmont, The Edgewater and the Sorrento are amazing too, but are you looking for a place that’s upwards of 300+ a night?

drClaw's avatar

$300 a night sounds good, it’s for a buddy colin up for the weekend. I have lived in Seattle my whole life and never had to stay in a hotel here. As for experience, it doesn’t matter as long as the place is nice.

figbash's avatar

Okay – then I’d try:

The Edgewater

Hotel Max

The Fairmont

The W

or

The Arctic Club

The Sorrento is gorgeous but may be too floofy for a dude. If he’s a younger guy who wants something nice and still modern, I’d lean toward the W or the Max.

bythebay's avatar

@figbash: lurve for “floofy” ! :)

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