Making the most out of unusual buildings and prime settings, Seattle boutique hotels offer you the most stylish way to have fun in Seattle accommodations. Some of these smaller Seattle Hotels also have personalized service and individual attention you would expect at this type of Seattle lodging.
The Hotel Monaco is one of the most popular Seattle boutique hotels. There is a Monaco in just about every major city, so anyone who has stayed in one knows that they will be enjoying a colorful setting and some of the finest amenities of all Seattle downtown hotels. The sparsely decorated and bleached white interior of the Ace Hotel is one of the cheaper choices of this type of offbeat Seattle accommodations. The rooms have high ceilings and don"t have their own bathrooms but that is due to the fact that this is a converted mission. Still, the Ace Hotel has the ambience and charm you would expect at a boutique hotel Seattle has to offer, only more affordable.
The Inn at the Market is a combination boutique and Seattle waterfront hotel. It has the stunning views of the Olympics and the Puget Sound and the rooms at this fine choice of Seattle lodging are spacious and quiet even with the bustle of the Pike Place Market. Or, you can try the Hotel Vintage Park, with its wine inspired theme and complimentary wine tasting which takes place every afternoon. Set in an apartment building from the 1920s, this is one of the most interesting vintage boutique hotel Seattle holds onto and is decorated in fitting finery, with elegant settees clothed in rich fabrics.
The Alexis (pictured at top), with its interesting past, is one of the most decorated and plush of any similar Seattle downtown hotels. The Sultan of Brunei purchased the Alexis when he wanted to rent the entire hotel and other guests had reservations. He has since redecorated the hotel, but the overall experience of staying at this Seattle boutique hotel has been maintained.
Seattle Boutique Hotels - Hotel Andra
As you would expect of smaller Seattle hotels, the rooms are not uniform, so be sure to ask if the hotel is full. If not, ask about the different types of room, and you may get an upgrade to finer Seattle accommodations at no additional cost. After the wine tasting, you might be inspired to dine at Tulio, the resident Italian bistro. From the rooms to the restaurants, you will find that staying in some of the most interesting Seattle boutique hotels. They are going to be cozy, romantic and quiet, and are a great alternative to average Seattle downtown hotels.