Visitors come from all over the world to experience the unique waterfront ambience of Seattle. To feel the wonder of Puget Sound by staying at one of the Seattle waterfront hotels is a great way to get a feel for the maritime environment. A far cry from the usual Seattle downtown hotels, Seattle lodging right on the water can be so much more fun and exciting. There are surprisingly few places with Seattle lodging right on the Sound, but the ones there are among the finest Seattle Hotels in the area.
The Inn at the Market brings the guest close to the best features of Seattle: Pike Place Market and the smashing views of the Sound you can enjoy from this excellent choice of Seattle lodging. The simple, elegant décor out of this Seattle Hotels rooms are a simple backdrop to the magnificent views of the area. The gifts of the area, such as the Olympic Mountains, the sunset, and the glittering city skyline surpass the experience you would expect in Seattle waterfront lodging.
The floor-to-ceiling windows give you the widest possible winder to see these great views from. Nearby, the waterfront, the shopping district and the Seattle Art Museum are just a short walk away, bringing you closer to the action that most other Seattle downtown hotels. Even if you don"t want to make the short walk, this Seattle Hotels shuttle service is free and willing to take you to all the most visited spots in the downtown area. The main thing to be aware of is that this is one of the most popular Seattle waterfront lodging options, and you should book your room as far in advance as possible, especially if you want to come during the weekend.
Once you are here the staff will stop at nothing to provide for your every need. Go out onto the rooftop desk at sunset and watch Mount Rainier turn to red before disappearing in the dusk. While the unique country lodge décor and quaint setting might remind you of a Seattle boutique hotel, this is undoubtedly a unique place unlike any other.
Further north is the second choice guests will explore when the Inn at the Market is full. The rustic charm of the Edgewater Hotel also has Sound views, but it is far from the bustle of Pike street and the crowds at other Seattle downtown hotels. Seattle lodging comes in all shapes and forms, but once you experience the city and get to return at the end of a long day to Seattle waterfront lodging, you turn a great visit into an unforgettable one.