Seattle Hotel Review
The Edgewater Hotel, on Seattle’s downtown waterfront, is a top choice for Northwest style lodging in the city. When you step into the Edgewater’s hotel lobby, you experience incredible service and a breathtaking view of Seattle’s Puget Sound. The lobby view is truly stunning, with a comfortable lounge and fireplace for guests to enjoy. During our stay, many guests relaxed in the lounge. Next to the lounge is a nightclub with full bar, huge wall television, and more views of Seattle’s Puget Sound waterfront.
Throughout the hotel, natural woods and Northwest style plaids bring a unique sense of design to your stay. Unlike even a top quality Marriott, Hyatt, or Hilton-the difference of the Edgewater is unique style. Some of the great features of our room included: gas-log fireplace; rain shower bathtub; Corian countertops; ample supplies of top quality shampoo, conditioner, and lotion; Starbucks coffee; room electronic thermostat; thick bathrobes; top quality thick down comforter; and hardwood bathroom floors. Basically, the room was incredible with unique Northwest style. Throughout the hotel-from the valet parking-to check-in, the service reflected a strong interest in the guest’s satisfaction. Many rooms have full Puget Sound views- our room had a great view of Seattle’s Space Needle. One minor point: the rooms facing the street also face the waterfront trolley that generates some night-time noise.
Throughout the hotel, including in the rooms, unique art adorns the wall. The windows included custom draperies and levelor blinds. Typical room rates average $240 per night. The hotel is within an easy walk to the Pike’s Place Market that thrives with fresh produce, delicious treats, and special gifts. The Market is the home to the “flying fish” salmon store you have seen on television! The Edgewater Hotel on Seattle’s downtown waterfront is highly recommended after our editor’s stay in summer.