Downtown Seattle hotels are favored by urban explorers seeking an exciting Washington vacation. Museums lovers are attracted to the Seattle Art Museum where the vast acquisition encompasses a myriad of fine collections and exhibitions while theater fans relish in a choice of several downtown venues offering a variety of performances and shows. Overlooking Elliot Bay, Pike Place Market is the oldest and most interesting of Seattle marketplaces perfect for a few hours of exploration.
The Alexis Hotel is a turn-of-the-century deluxe hotel only 17 miles from the airport so you can jump off your flight to Washington and head straight into the city. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this Seattle downtown hotels features of rotating and permanent art collections offer a way to view spectacular artwork without leaving your hotel. Many hotels in downtown Seattle are situated in convenient areas as is the Alexis, set between historic Pioneer Square and Pike Place Market. Concierge services are there to help with a suggested itinerary and advice for terrific city events.
Each excellently appointed suite features high ceilings, large, soundproof windows and exquisite touches of European style. Richly warm colors, eclectic blends of textiles, and a smattering of period antiques give each of this downtown Seattle hotels suites its own unique style. Many of this Seattle downtown hotels 109 rooms are extremely spacious and feature working fireplaces, dining and sitting areas, jetted bathtubs and Aveda bath amenities. The Alexis Hotel is also home to one of the tranquil spas in Seattle and also hosts regular wine receptions.
Another excellent choice in unique hotels in downtown Seattle is Hotel Vintage Park (pictured at top), a wine theme hotel celebrating Washington's wine country. Each room has a dedicated theme to a local vineyard and winery appealing to wine aficionados. This boutique Seattle downtown hotels offering of respite from the sometimes overwhelming urban environment is well received. Located in the heart of Seattle's downtown core and right across from the Seattle Public Library, there are a host of other attractions nearby.
Guestrooms inside Vintage Park offer complimentary wireless internet, turn-down service, in-room films, 24-hour rooms service, safety deposit boxes, deluxe in-room amenities and plush bathrobes. The hotel also has a nightly wine reception in the cozy lobby, travel essentials in their signature "Forgot It? We've Got It!" service and spa services inside suites. Vintage Park strives to be one of the select hotels in downtown Seattle offering a genuine and rare experience during a Washington vacation.
Seattle Downtown Hotels
Another of the downtown Seattle hotels offering a short walk to Pioneer Square, Pike Place Market and other fantastic Seattle landmarks is the Hotel Monaco. The Monaco offers an escape to exotic locations with its theme reminiscent of Greek ports. Vibrant blue accents, austere white stucco, gleaming bronze light fixtures, wrought iron gates and hand blown glass all exemplify true luxuries of Greece without a hint of garishness.
Suites and guestrooms continue the theme offering luxuriously rich furnishings and colorful adornments in ochre-hued yellows, opulent reds and charcoal greys with plenty of attentive details. Complimentary wireless internet, private voicemail, private bar, plasma TVs and spacious deluxe bathrooms are all provided for guests, though the list doesn't stop there.
Downtown Seattle hotels also offer close proximity to the Seattle Aquarium, Olympic Sculpture Park, Pacific Science Center and the Space Needle offering a vast array of things to do. With a handy connection via the monorail from hotels in downtown Seattle to the Seattle Center, a myriad of other attractions become easily accessible offering a matchless and unforgettable transportation route.