Just steps away from Seattles Pier 67, the Edgewater Hotel gives guests a magnificent view of the nearby Olympic Mountains, as well as downtown Seattles numerous attractions. Pikes Place, the famous market where fish have been known to fly, is just a short walk away, as is the fascinating historical district of Pioneer Square. The Space Needle and Seattles monorail system are nearby, too.
The Edgewaters lobby provides a comfortable place to relax or hold an impromptu business meeting. With an impressive backdrop of a stone fireplace, the lobbys huge windows give guests the chance to soak up the views while they sip drinks or nibble appetizers from the lobby lounge. An accompanying patio provides a popular setting for lunch or evening cocktails.
Most of the Edgewaters guest rooms feature views of Elliott Bay. In true Seattle style, the guest rooms feature pale pine furniture, HDTV sets, and a rubber duck in every bathroom. Color schemes reflect the vivid colors of the Pacific Northwest with sand, butterscotch, and ruby-tinted accents. Gas fireplaces offer the perfect spot for relaxation after a long flight or a day of meetings. Guests may upgrade to a suite for leather furniture and a private balcony. For the ultimate splurge, guests can book the same suite the Beatles stayed in during their tour of America.
Dining at the Edgewater Hotel Seattle
Travelers can dine at one of Seattles finest restaurants, Six Seven, on-site at the Edgewater. Fresh seafood, Asian-inspired cuisine, and spectacular views of Elliot Bay arent all thats on the menu; a number of signature cocktails are served up nightly, too. Under the guidance of Seattle native Hans Reisinger, Six Seven has become one of the citys hottest dining spots, thanks to his experience in the fine dining establishments of Switzerland. Guests and city natives flock here for innovative cuisine and amazing views of the bay.