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Unfurl the Magic of Seattle With These Boutique Hotels

Jitaditya Narzary

Is a traveller disillusioned by the familiar and fascinated with the unknown... and of course the founder of this blog.

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Most people probably know Seattle as the home of Microsoft and Amazon. However, there’s more to this city than tech companies. Its beautiful natural setting and its rocking cultural scene make Seattle a place worth experiencing. In case you’re planning to spend a few days in this city, these boutique hotels in Seattle will ensure a stay worth remembering.

Look Forward to Affordable Luxury at Hotel Monaco Seattle, a Kimpton Hotel

Each room at the Hotel Monaco Seattle, a Kimpton Hotel is individually decorated and comes with premium amenities. The hotel offers thoughtful options like hypoallergenic bedding and childcare facilities, and pets are welcome. The restaurant is famous for offering Southern-style dishes and provides a large business center that remains open 24 hours a day.

Stay at the Centrally Located Watertown Hotel – A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality

The Watertown Hotel – A Piece of Pineapple Hospitality has non-smoking guest rooms fitted with top amenities like premium cable TV channels, a Keurig coffee and tea maker, free high-speed internet, and an in-room safe. The hotel also offers free parking and complimentary shuttle service to downtown Seattle and other key locations. The University of Washington is very near the hotel, as are other attractions like the Henry Art Gallery, the UW Husky Stadium, and the Berke Museum of Natural History and Culture.

Enjoy the Vintage Charm of Mayflower Park Hotel

The Mayflower Park Hotel still maintains some of the fittings from the 1920s to offer a classy atmosphere. But make no mistake. The rooms here are equipped with modern amenities including free Wi-Fi, premium channels, and coffee makers. The hotel’s restaurants and bar offer not only great food but also a beautiful view of the city. Some nearby attractions include the Westlake Center, the Space Needle, and Pike Place Market.

Plan an Affordable Stay at the Quality Inn & Suites Hotel Seattle Center

If you need to be a convenient distance from most major destinations in Seattle, try the Quality Inn & Suites Hotel Seattle Center. From Pioneer Square to the Chihuly Museum and Pacific Science Center, and from the Space Needle to the Key Arena, no attraction is very far from the hotel. The Quality Inn offers free transportation to destinations like the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance, the University of Washington, and the Swedish Medical Centers. Business travellers can utilize the three conference rooms and copy and fax services, while everyone will enjoy the heated indoor pool and the complimentary breakfast.

Relax on the Waterfront at the Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Downtown Lake Union

The Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Downtown Lake Union offers a pleasant stay and a location that’s very close to the waterfront. The Pacific Science Center is nearby, as is the Key Arena. The rooms are spacious, and so is the business center. The restaurant is known for offering an authentic taste of Seattle. You can relax at the whirlpool or the indoor pool after working out at the 24-hour fitness center.

5 Comments

  • 2016/10/03 - 2:57 pm | Permalink

    Seattle is definitely on my list of places in the US I really want to see and these suggestions seem great. I just wish you would have provided pics – I am so picky with my hotels, it would have been nice to get a first impression immediately. For the Quality Inn – does good location mean walking distance to these sights?

  • 2016/10/04 - 2:56 am | Permalink

    These hotels all look great, but I would opt to be on the water front for sure.

  • 2016/10/04 - 4:26 pm | Permalink

    These boutique hotels look very nice. I will definitely consider one of them next time I’m going to Seattle!

  • 2016/10/04 - 6:28 pm | Permalink

    For a big city, Seattle is filled with all kinds of charm. Love staying in boutique hotels when visiting :)

  • 2016/10/07 - 3:09 am | Permalink

    Seattle is one of my favorite cities on the mainland US, and I would love to revisit one day and stay in one of these boutique hotels!

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