Best Hotels in Seattle

Best Hotels With Views Of The Space Needle

Seattle is a good place to visit, but the Space Needle is an iconic landmark. So if you are interested in staying in a place that gives great views of this unique structure, read on! Here are the top hotels with Space Needle views.

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The Mediterranean Inn

With stunning views of the Seattle skyline, Mount Rainier, the Olympic Mountains, and Elliot Bay, you won’t want to miss the rooftop patio of the Mediterranean Inn. Not only does this hotel offer views, it also has great rooms! The rooms are well equipped for those interested in making simple things at home, with a microwave, coffee maker, small fridge and kitchenette.

There are also plenty of tasty restaurants located close by, if you prefer the convenience of eating out. A fitness center is available at the Mediterranean for those who don’t want to miss a workout. Other amenities include a business center and a 24-hour laundry facility

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The Westin Seattle

The Westin Seattle is situated in the heart of the city. Highlights of a stay here include the available in-room spa service, indoor pool, and sweeping city and water views. The Westin also boasts a 24-hour fitness center and a full service and self-serve business center.

Rooms are designed for guest comfort, with a flat-screen TV, a minibar, coffee and tea making supplies, and a work desk. The Monorail is easily accessible from The Westin.

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Pan Pacific Seattle

The Pan Pacific Seattle is a lovely hotel, just steps away from the Space Needle and many of Seattle’s most famous attractions. Here, guests can enjoy gourmet dining at the convenient on-site restaurant. Guest rooms are spacious and designed for guests to achieve optimal rest and relaxation.

The Pan Pacific Seattle is a great hotel for guests who are interested in walking around the city to explore its main sites and beautiful scenery.

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Hyatt House Seattle Downtown

Hyatt House has rooms that will make you feel right at home. Contemporary and bright, each one has an individual kitchen, seating area, terrace, flat screen TV, and refreshing air conditioning. WiFi is available for all guests and the on-site restaurant and bar are perfect for those looking to relax after a long day.

With the fitness center, guests can continue with their regular exercise routines. And an extra incentive to stay at the Hyatt: complimentary breakfast with made to order omelets, every morning! Hyatt House is easily within walking distance of many main Seattle sites.

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The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel

The Edgewater offers excellent views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains, as it sits right on Seattle’s waterfront. It is within walking distance to famous sites like Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, Seattle Ferry Terminal, and the Seattle Aquarium. A free shuttle service from the property is also offered to downtown.

An on-site restaurant offers local food and amazing views and the onsite gift shop also has a coffee bar. Rooms are all cozy and comfortable with gas fireplaces, a leather chair, and spa bathrooms.

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Renaissance Seattle Hotel

.The Renaissance Seattle Hotel is warm, comfortable, and modern. Rooms are equipped with air-conditioning, flat screen TVs, a fridge, and toiletries. This hotel is non-smoking and services, such as babysitting and foreign currency exchange are provided.

Also for guest convenience, there are two on-site restaurants at the hotel. The Seattle Aquarium is a short bus ride away and Pike Place Market and Seattle Center are within a 10-minute drive.

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Travelodge Seattle by the Space Needle

Travelodge Seattle offers a fantastic location with all the amenities you need! A daily continental breakfast is provided to get you going for the day. Seattle Centre, the EMP Museum and the Space Needle are all easily within walking distance. It is also easy to reach the Travelodge Seattle from the Seattle Monorail.

Rooms offer comfort and convenience with free WiFi, a satellite TV, a work desk and seating area. There is also an outdoor pool, hot tub, and fitness center for guests.


Best Luxury Hotels in Seattle

If you're planning a posh getaway and need a place to start, you've come to the right place. Take a look at our top picks for luxury in Seattle and get inspired!

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Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

It’s hard to go wrong with this top luxury hotel that has, arguably, some of the best views in the city, not to mention a restaurant with an acclaimed Seattle chef, a rooftop infinity pool, and 147 spacious, classically comfortable rooms. The business-y surroundings might preclude the opulence of other, larger Four Seasons properties, but what you lose in neighborhood ambience you gain in vistas and proximity to the best Seattle attractions.

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Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle

It’s hard to go wrong with a Kimpton property, and the Hotel Vintage Park doesn’t disappoint. Hailed for its exceptionally friendly staff that goes out of their way to make guests happy, this luxury boutique hotel delivers an intimacy not found in other, more pretentious venues. Quality vintages (hence, the name) are offered at the free nightly wine hour, but the lobby is a bit small for serious socializing.

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Grand Hyatt Seattle

If you want modern elegance and lavish rooms -- and are unwilling to spring for the Four Seasons directly on the waterfront -- the Grand Hyatt is an ideal tradeoff. Surrounded by many major Seattle attractions (you can see the Pike Place Market sign just five blocks away), plus great restaurants and shopping, it manages to meld convenience with luxury service.

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Hyatt at Olive 8

You almost can’t go wrong with the Hyatt at Olive 8, which is known for its exceptionally high customer ratings, environmentally conscious design, and easy, walk-to-everything location. If you’re looking for a romantic lobby in which to have cocktails, you might want to head across the street to the dark and elegant Grand Hyatt; otherwise, be prepared to happily stay put.

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Pan Pacific

There’s nothing innately wrong with this contemporary luxury hotel. That said, its South Lake Union location is a substantial schlep to sightseeing, shopping, and the coveted waterfront. It's convenient for business travelers, but if pleasure is the reason for your visit, best to book one of the hotels closer to Pike Place Market, like the Sheraton or Alexis..