If you've decided to plan a romantic weekend trip after reading 25 Best Things to Do in Seattle and 25 Best Romantic Restaurants in Seattle, there are many great places to stay. From boutique hotels to beautiful inns, the places that made our list will make sure that you get to explore this romantic city from a comfortable home base. If you are planning a longer trip, visit one of the scenic spots just outside of Seattle as well.
When you arrive at the hotel and they offer you a welcoming sparkling wine, you know you are in the right place. And that is just the beginning. Hotel 1000 goes way beyond what you would normally expect from a luxury hotel in order to make your stay memorable. Located just steps from the Seattle waterfront at Elliott Bay and in the middle of all city’s attractions, Hotel 1000 offers accommodation that redefines luxury.
All rooms and suites are superbly decorated and appointed and have spectacular bathrooms and even more spectacular views. Comfort and opulence of bedding is contrasted by the latest technology such as free phone calls anywhere in the world, superfast Wi-Fi and much more. Guests are also offered pampering at the Spaahh, complimentary car service, concierge and gourmet meals and excellent cocktails at the BOCA restaurant and bar.
1000 First Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98104, Phone: 877-315-1088
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2.The Edgewater Hotel
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Set right on ocean's edge, the Edgewater Hotel is a romantic city getaway with spectacular views. Guest rooms offer views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains and the city skyline. Six Seven restaurant offers oceanfront dining at its finest, serving Pacific Northwest cuisine with local ingredients. The restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows with fabulous views of the bay and is a popular wedding destination. The is the city's only waterfront getaway, offering elegant guest rooms and suites with ocean views. Plan a romantic trip and book a room overlooking Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. Enjoy romantic dining on the outdoor patio at Six Seven and visit downtown for shopping and sightseeing.
The Edgewater is also a popular wedding destination, offering the perfect setting for great wedding photos. Set on the beautiful Elliott Bay, the hotel is famous for its elegant weddings. Take spectacular wedding photos with the ocean and the mountains as a backdrop. The Olympic Ballroom features floor-to-ceiling views and is ideal for dancing. The Terrace Room offers a fireplace and an outdoor deck. The expert wedding services team does everything to ensure that your special day runs smoothly. This AAA Four Diamond award winning oceanfront getaway has river-rock fireplaces and luxury rooms. Rates start at $250 per night.
2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle, Washington 98121, Phone: 800-624-0670
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Hotel Sorrento, built in 1909, is the perfect romantic destination for travelers who appreciate Italian-inspired architecture and plenty of nightlife. Sorrento Hotel has 76 guestrooms and suites, including 250-square-foot Deluxe Rooms, 365-square-foot Junior Suites and 500-square-foot Corner Suites. No two guest rooms are alike, but they all include their original historical architectural detailing, including carved wood moldings, rich fabrics, and period furnishing and fixtures.
The Dunbar Room is a romantic restaurant and bar that serves seasonal dishes made from locally sourced ingredients. At night, Sorrento Hotel becomes a creative hub for music, literature and other social events. Rooms start at $186 per night.
Hotel Ändra is a modern, stylish boutique luxury hotel located in downtown Seattle, between Beltown and South Lake Union, steps away from Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, shops, restaurants, galleries, and museums.
The hotel’s sophisticated Nordic design creates an atmosphere of a large but cozy living room, from the moment a guest arrives at the lobby featuring towering stone fireplace, to the time he relaxes in one of the 119 tastefully designed rooms, suites, and studios. The minimalist design combines earthy elements of local stones, wood, wool and leather to create welcoming and very elegant surrounds. The loft above the lobby hosts a bar, which is a popular place for afternoon cocktails and small meetings. For more upscale and serious meals, the hotel’s restaurant Lola and renowned chef Tom Douglas invite guests for an exciting fusion of Pacific Northwest bounty and cuisines of Mediterranean, from Greece to North Africa.
2000 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121, Phone: 206-448-8600
5.Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
Every window of the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle has a breathtaking view of Puget Sound and Elliott Bay. This luxury downtown hotel is located just a short walk from the Seattle Museum of Art, Pike Place Market and the Space Needle. Sophisticated and opulent, the hotel rooms come with the views of the city or the bay and feature high speed Wi-Fi, flat-screen TVs, DVD players, minibars and marble bathrooms with large soaking tubs.
Luxury suites also have cozy living areas with beautiful views and some come with a fireplaces and a dining area. Guests enjoy a range of amenities such as a rooftop infinity pool, a rooftop terrace, a gym, and a spa. There is also a popular Goldfinch Tavern that serves the Pacific Northwest cuisine.
99 Union Street, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-749-7099
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Watertown Hotel is such a lovely colorful surprise in downtown Seattle: bright colors cheer up the often gloomy Seattle weather with cheerfully painted walls and furniture, bringing the sense of tropics into this very urban and upscale hotel. Watertown is located in the heart of University district, perfect for visiting scholars, student’s parents, or anyone else who enjoys welcoming, cozy and sophisticated accommodation close to the city’s center.
The hotel’s 100 large, modern rooms, studios, and suites have queen or king beds and all modern features, from private baths to wireless Internet. The hotel’s guests enjoy a number of amenities, such as free use of bikes while in town, Pineapple Café for a warm meal or a cup of coffee and much else. Your four-legged friends are welcome and treated as treasured guests.
4242 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, Washington 98105, Phone: 866-944-4242
The University Inn is a modern hotel in downtown Seattle. Close to the University, it is perfect for students’ parents, visiting researchers and tourists who like its fun, upbeat vibe. All rooms are equipped with king or queen beds, natural fiber linens, Wi-Fi, private bathrooms and complimentary breakfast. University Inn is also a home to the very popular Portage Bay Café, with the best breakfast in town, famous for its organic, sustainable and local fare.
University Inn is a great base for exploring Seattle, conducting business in town or visiting university. It is located within walking distance to all city’s landmarks such as Space Needle, Pike Place Market and the waterfront. You can also use one of the hotel’s complimentary bikes to speed up your exploration.
4140 Roosevelt Way NE, Seattle, WA 98105, Phone: 800-733-3855
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Mediterranean Inn is a modern hotel located in a lively Lower Queen Anne neighborhood, a block from the Space Needle and the Key Arena. Colorful touches make a hotel feel warm and inviting, invoking the feel of Mediterranean blue sea and bright sun. All 180 rooms are spacious and beautifully appointed and include kitchenettes with granite countertops, a desk, high-quality linens, Wi-Fi, A/C and views that range from the interior courtyard to the views of the sea and the city.
Each room also has a coffee maker with Starbucks Coffee, but if you would rather have the real deal, there is a Starbucks coffee shop attached to the hotel. The hotel has excellent meeting rooms with the latest technology if you plan on conducting your business in Seattle. If you are in town for pure pleasure, take one of the complimentary bikes and head out on a city adventure.
425 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98119, Phone: 206-428-4700
MarQueen Hotel will remind you of the more romantic and elegant times with its historic charm and luxurious ambience. Located in the dynamic Queen Anne Seattle neighborhood, this boutique hotel occupies a historic building built in 1918 as an engineering school. The classic brick façade and architectural beauty are typical for the Queen Anne neighborhood.
Grand staircase in the spacious lobby has a distinct European feel. The rooms are apartment-like, with king or queen beds, kitchenette, luxury bathrooms, and comfortable sitting areas. The hotel’s popular Tin Lizzie Lounge provides guests with a complimentary gourmet breakfast and is great gathering place for guests and their friends and family. The lounge serves great cocktails, delicious appetizers, and live music on Sundays and Thursdays.
600 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 98109, Phone: 206-282-7407
10.Inn at Queen Anne
The Inn at Queen Anne is a quaint and charming downtown Seattle hotel that would look right in any of the old European cities. Built in 1928, the hotel is completely renovated but retains lovely details of the historic building such as arched entryways, coved ceilings, and original period furniture.
The rooms are cozy and nicely furnished, with private bathrooms and a kitchenette, perfect for an extended stay. The inn is located in the vibrant Queen Anne neighborhood, across from the Seattle Center and close to all city’s tourist attractions. The hotel has a charming small courtyard garden where guests can get to know each other or spend quiet time with a book.
505 1st Avenue, North Seattle, Washington 98109, Phone: 206-282-7357
11.Greenlake Guest House
Greenlake Guest House is located across the road from Green Lake, in a charming north Seattle residential neighborhood, and has beautiful views of the lake and the park around it. This lovely 1920 Craftsman-style bed and breakfast is only a ten-minute drive to downtown Seattle, but it feels like you are miles away from the city noise and bustle.
The guesthouse has five spacious, comfortable, beautifully appointed rooms with private baths, TVs and DVD players and an extensive collection of Oscar-winning movies. Some rooms have fireplaces and/or jetted tubs. Guests enjoy not only a home-made breakfast but also freshly baked cookies any time of the day and complimentary wine and beer during the cocktail hour on workdays.
7630 E Green Lake Dr N, Seattle, Washington 98103, Phone: 206-729-8700
Belltown Inn is a modern small hotel located in the lively downtown Belltown neighborhood, close to all Seattle attractions. Spacious and comfortable rooms are beautifully appointed and have all modern amenities such as private bathrooms and free Wi-Fi. Each room has a fully equipped kitchenette, perfect for extended stay.
Business travelers can take advantage of the large desk with ergonomic chair, as well as hotel’s modern business center. The hotel has a lovely shady courtyard and a rooftop lounge with spectacular views of the city. You can also borrow one of the hotel’s free bikes for your city explorations.
2301 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98121, Phone: 206-529-3700
13.The Maxwell Hotel
The colorful and cheerful interiors of The Maxwell Hotel embrace guests in a warm welcome. There is so much art all around the hotel’s common spaces – large, bright mosaic pineapple, murals especially commissioned for the hotel, and fun art tiles made by kids around the swimming pool. The artistic touches reflect the hotel’s neighborhood near city’s galleries, opera, and Pacific Northwest Ballet.
The hotel’s modern, superbly comfortable rooms have all modern amenities and unique touches that will make you remember your stay at the Maxwell’s: each room has a small microwave with a packet of popcorn waiting for you. There is also a fridge for your favorite snacks. All rooms have a desk to place your laptop, but the hotel also has a fully equipped business center and conference facilities. Guests can enjoy a lovely small indoor pool, funky Pineapple Bar for afternoon cocktails and The Rock Wood Fired Kitchen for a bit of gourmet indulgence.
300 Roy Street, Seattle, WA 98109, Phone: 877-298-9728
Hotel Five is very modern and hip, with bold splashes of primary colors and sleek lines, looking even more futuristic with the Seattle Monorail just across the street. The hotel is located in the heart of Seattle’s bustling downtown, on the corner of Blanchard and the 5th Avenue, just six blocks from the lively waterfront and even shorter distance to the Pacific Science Center and Space Needle.
It is a perfect base for exploring this beautiful city, and equally convenient for those conducting business and looking for a modern, well-equipped place close to everything. The rooms are spacious and well-appointed, with gleaming hardwood floors, modern furniture and bold, modern art on the walls. Guests can enjoy a range of amenities such as a modern business center, a gym, free shuttle to the main attractions or complimentary bikes for those more health-conscious. The hotel’s Max's Café offers breakfast and lunch.
2200 Fifth Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121, Phone: 866-866-7977
15.Three Tree Point B&B
Three Tree Point Bed & Breakfast is a very special two-unit private retreat located on a secluded bluff overlooking magnificent Puget Sound. Both the Suite and the Cottage are offering all comforts of home, and are so beautifully decorated that you might never want to leave. Spacious and modern, they feature rock fireplaces with a comfy leather sofa, French windows opening to the balcony with the views that never end, fully equipped kitchen and lovely living room with computer and Wi-Fi.
A large fridge is stocked with ingredients for a gourmet breakfast you can prepare whenever you are ready. This unique bed and breakfast is ideal for a romantic getaway or as a family base for exploring Seattle and surrounds.
17026 33 Ave. S.W., Seattle, WA 98146, Phone: 206-669-7646
16.The Paramount Hotel
The Paramount Hotel is an elegant, modern, and sophisticated hotel in the Seattle’s central business district, a block from the Washington State Convention Center. The hotel is very popular with professionals conducting business in Seattle, and with those who are accustomed to ultimate comfort and all modern conveniences.
Hotel’s 146 rooms and two grand suites all feature latest 50" LED televisions, docking stations for Apple and Android gadgets, refrigerators, safes, superfast Wi-Fi, luxury bedding, and indulgent bathrooms. Throughout the hotel, guests can enjoy a collection of original artwork from local artists, some especially commissioned for the hotel. Paramount’s Dragonfish Asian Café is known for its Pan-Asian innovative cuisine.
235 West 46th Street, New York, NY 10036, Phone: 855-234-2074
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17.Alexis Hotel in Seattle
Alexis Hotel is a luxury boutique getaway that has welcomed guests since the late 1800s. Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the property provides guests with warm hospitality and richly decorated rooms.
Some of the 100 guestrooms and 9 suites feature wood-burning fireplaces, while others offer two-person jetted tubs. The full kitchens are ideal for long term stays or family vacations. There are 91 smoke-free rooms and 6 wheelchair accessible accommodations. There is wireless internet access (Wi-Fi).
All of the 109 guest accommodations are pet friendly. When guests with pets check-in they receive a complimentary designer doggie bed, a water bowl with distilled water, and treats. The staff can also arrange pet friendly services such as pet sitting and a doggie in-room dining menu. This way, you don't have to leave your dog at home.
The Library Bistro & Bookstore Bar is a cozy restaurant adjacent to the property.
The property is located in downtown Seattle, on First Avenue, between Madison and Spring Streets. Rates start at $155 per night.
1007 First Avenue at Madison, Seattle, Washington 98104, Phone: 888-850-1155
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Why did they build such a beautiful building for an engineering school is anyone’s guess, but in 1918 many such elegant structures were cropping up around the Seattle’s Queen Anne neighborhood. What was once a home to the young blacksmiths who were being trained to work at the Ford plant on Lake Union is today the MarQueen Hotel, an exquisite hotel with exceptionally good taste in décor, ultimate comfort in the rooms, suites and common spaces, and a reputation for being a home away from home to both businessmen attending conferences and closing deals and tourists venturing out to Seattle’s surrounding natural wonders.
Guest rooms are all apartment-like with beautiful wood floors, fully equipped kitchenettes, and comfortable sitting areas. Guests enjoy all modern amenities such as private bathrooms, cable TV, and wireless Internet. A complimentary gourmet breakfast is served at the charming Tin Lizzie Lounge, where they also serve excellent cocktails and great Sunday champagne brunches, sometimes with live music.
600 Queen Anne Avenue North, Seattle, Washington 98109, Phone: 206-282-7407
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19.Fairmont Olympic Hotel
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A Seattle landmark since its opening in 1924, Fairmont Olympic Hotel is a beautiful historic hotel that seamlessly combines traditional luxury and comfort with 21st century latest conveniences. This elegant Italian Renaissance-style building is located a short walk from Seattle Art Museum and offers 450 luxury rooms with free Wi-Fi, flat screen TVs, and large desks. Opulent suites have sitting areas and some even feature grand pianos, marble bathrooms, and canopy beds. Hotel amenities include an indoor pool, a spa, a fitness center and two award-winning gourmet restaurants, The Georgian and Shuckers oyster bar.
411 University St, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-621-1700
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Hotel Deca is a 158-room boutique hotel with panoramic city and mountain views. The hotel is located in the heart of the University District, close to major attractions such as the famous Pike Place Market, the trendy Belltown neighborhood, the downtown financial district, Seattle Center, including the Space Needle, the Victoria Clipper, and Washington State Ferries. The hotel has art deco decor reminiscent of the 30s when it originally opened. Guest accommodations have down-filled bedding and flat panel TVs.
Several dining and entertainment options are available, including the District Lounge which offers a hip setting. Tully's Coffee located in the lobby draws on its roots from the Pacific Northwest to serve some of the most delicious coffee in the area. In-room dining is available 24 hours a day. Room rates at $115 per night.
4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, WA 98105, Phone: 800-899-0251
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The Hotel Monaco Seattle is a pet friendly getaway located in downtown Seattle, near Pike Place Market and the Pioneer Square. The hotel offers services designed to make you feel more at home and take the stress out of trying to figure out where to get your morning essentials. Travelers enjoy complimentary morning coffee service, newspaper delivered to your hotel room door, 24-hour fitness facility and 24-hour room service.
During the evening Hour of Indulgence, you can meet other guests by the living room fireplace while tasting wines from around the world.
Whimsical services include a fortune teller and a complimentary chair massage on two days of the week. Your pet will be welcomed with helpful pet-friendly amenities. If you want to receive additional perks, sign up for Kimpton InTouch guest loyalty program before you go.
Each of the 189 rooms and suites balances the needs of business travelers with the comfortable amenities of a four star hotel. Guest rooms have complimentary high-speed Internet access, mini-bar, coffee maker, double-glazed soundproof windows, and a CD stereo.
Sazerac restaurant is named after the potent New Orleans cocktail. Sazerac's serves New Orleans-inspired Southern dishes and fine California wines. Room rates start at around $239 per night, depending on when you go. Valet parking is $27 per day.
1101 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-621-1770
Located in the heart of Seattle's financial and entertainment district at the corner of Fourth and Seneca streets, the W Seattle is a modern 26-floor hotel designed to provide an escape from the busy city life.
Nearby attractions you can explore on your weekend trip include Benaroya Symphony Hall and Pike Place Market. The "Whatever, Whenever" philosophy allows guests to make special requests 24 hours a day which are answered by the hotel's concierge. Guests also enjoy 24-hour room service and the Sweat gym. The concierge can book a personal trainer or a massage therapist.
There are 419 guest rooms, including 16 suites, furnished with signature W beds, two dual-line telephones, data ports, and a large desk. Guests also get a "munchie box" filled with healthy snacks. As a part of the exclusive Whatever/Whenever service, guests can reserve a complimentary ride with a personal driver in a new high-end SUV stocked with signature W extras. Weekend rates for doubles start from USD $269.
1112 4th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-264-6000
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23.Hyatt at Olive 8
Hyatt at Olive 8 is not just another luxury Seattle hotel. It is also the first LEED-certified city hotel, embracing the Pacific Northwest spirit for sustainability, but also seamlessly blending the environmental consciousness with luxury and comfort. Hyatt at Olive 8 is located at the heart of the city, just a few blocks from the historic Pike Place Market, beautiful Puget Sound and the Seattle Seahawks stadium. The hotel has 346 eco-friendly rooms and 13 spacious luxury suites. All are modern and stylish and combine ultimate comfort with 21st century technology. All rooms feature flat-screen TVs, deluxe bathrooms, spacious desks, Wi-Fi, docking stations for iPods, and incomparable views of the Cascade and Olympic mountains and Lake Union. Hotel guests can get pampered at the soothing Elaia spa and enjoy gourmet meals and good regional wines at the Urbane Restaurant and Lounge.
1635 8th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101, Phone: 206-695-1234
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The Space Needle is 605 feet high and has a round observation desk with spectacular city and Olympic Mountain views. If you are looking for a special spot to celebrate your anniversary or honeymoon, book a table at the revolving restaurant at the Space Needle. If you are going to buy the Seattle CityPass, admission to this attraction is included in the pass.
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Pike Place Market
Pike Place Market is a great free must see attraction where you will find lively atmosphere, shopping and dining. There is a beautiful flower market, local artwork, produce and coffee shops. You can go on a guided tour to learn about the city history.
Hike across 500 acres of meadows, sand dunes and beaches just outside of the city. The West Point Lighthouse is a great scenic spot for a Christmas photo. The South Beach Trail is one of the most popular because it will give you amazing views of Mount Rainier and the city skyline.
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Olympic Sculpture Park
Olympic Sculpture Park, a 9-acre area of the Seattle Art Museum, showcases works by famous sculptors such as Alexander Calder and Roxy Paine. Enjoy spectacular views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains from this beautiful outdoor park.
Don’t miss Pioneer Square if you are interested in the U.S. history – the Old West-style neighborhood was one of the first settlements in the Northwest U.S. Stroll through the art galleries, restaurants and shops, and stop to admire the Tlingit totem pole.
Museum of Flight
Seattle is home to the Boeing Company and the Museum of Flight at Boeing Field lets you learn about the history of aviation. If you are traveling with kids, they will love climbing on the planes. You can also view vintage aircraft and learn about Seattle’s history. A retired Air Force One airplane is one of the top attractions at this unique museum. Admission to this museum is included in a Seattle CityPASS.
Museum of Flight
Ocean buffs will not want to miss a trip to the Seattle Aquarium where you can learn about the sea life in the area. There is a kid-friendly tank where toddlers and kids can touch starfish and sea cucumbers. The underwater observation dome is pretty cool too.
Seattle Art Museum
Seattle Art Museum houses art pieces which range from European classics to contemporary art.
About 80 miles from Seattle, Mount Si is a popular day trip from the city, offering scenic hiking and stunning views of the Olympic Mountains.