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The Edgewater Hotel

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Belltown, Seattle
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  • Christopher O.
    "Do the room with a view and enjoy the water by the fireplace!!!"(8 Tips)
    EJ B.
    "The water view patio of Six Seven is a must!!"(8 Tips)
    Jeffrey Z.
    "Get a room facing Puget Sound."(4 Tips)
    Sarah R.
    "Upgrade to a waterfront room for a small fee."(4 Tips)
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  • Bridget M.
    Bridget MMarch 6, 2013
    Hotel has a cool theme and the rooms all have fireplaces (that can randomly turn off and on). Get a room with a view(& window) it's worth it since the ac doesn't work well at all! Overall pleasant exp
  • Deah
    DeahNovember 20, 2012
    Well worth the extra money, recommend getting a water view room. Hotel is extremely clean, everyone was very nice and vallet parking was great so you don't have worry about finding a parking spot.
  • John C.
    John CJanuary 14
    Been here 5+ times
    Check out the Wall of Fame in the lobby! As a road warrior this is my favorite hotel, only place with a working fireplace I have stayed at.
  • Tina P.
    Tina PenmanJuly 1, 2012
    The complimentary shuttle to anywhere downtown is the best service. No need to make reservations- the white van comes on the hour. Just wait outside, hop on, and don't forget to tip!
  • Hotel Tonight
    Hotel TonightApril 5, 2011
    Panoramic views of Seattle's stunning Puget Sound, with floor-to-ceiling windows at the Six Seven Restaurant. The bar is a wicked spot for enjoying a sunset cocktail or a local beer on tap.
  • Gaby S.
    Gaby SantosJanuary 17, 2014
    Very good hotel, loved to wake up with the waves and hundreds of ducks on my window, getting warm with a nice fireplace.
  • Andre P.
    Andre PJanuary 15, 2012
    Beautiful view, very friendly staff. But : very noisy room. I could hear everything from the neighbours: extra loud bathroom fan from room downstairs, corridor, foot steps from room upstairs, fridge.
  • Vicki T.
    Vicki TranMarch 2, 2015
    Get a room with a view! It's worth it! The hotel is at a great location , right between the Seattle Center Waterfront and Pikes Place.
  • John C.
    John CAugust 30, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    If you can get a 1st floor water view room, bring a small fishing pole and cast away out your window! The restaurant chef might cook your catches for you.
  • Otel.com
    Otel.comAugust 31, 2012
    Don't miss the happy hour at Six Seven from 3pm to 6pm. You get signature drink specials for only $6 and appetizers for only $5.
  • HotelLook
    HotelLookFebruary 12, 2014
    Until 1964, this hotel was fading, but then "The Beatles" moved in. Their number 272 now is memorable, but there were other stars - Ray Charles, «Beach Boys» and «Led Zeppelin».
  • Sahrie
    SahrieApril 13, 2013
    We had an obstructed water view, so is was not as amazing as all the other reviewers. Make sure your room number is higher than 16, so 116, 216, 316, etc.
  • Eve
    EveOctober 26, 2012
    Beautiful hotel but worst night sleep! I'm not sure if its the boats or trains but the noise is pretty constant as well as the noise from surrounding rooms (people walking above & outside, TVs, etc)
  • Sarah R.
    Sarah RayJuly 4, 2010
    Upgrade to a waterfront room for a small fee. So worth it. You either get a clawfoot tub or a balcony. Word on the street is that the rooms with tubs typically have the best views, too.
  • John C.
    John CJanuary 14
    Been here 5+ times
    They have a shuttle to nearby vicinities leaving on the hour, will also pick you up if you call the hotel front desk to bring you back to the hotel.
  • Room 77
    Room 77August 10, 2012
    Ask for the Beatles suite if you want to travel like a rock star. The legendary band stayed here in 1964 during their American tour. Read more
  • Tammy G.
    Tammy GordonOctober 27, 2010
    Agreed. Extra $50 to upgrade to water view is worth it. City view is nice, but you can hear train signal a lot. Cool vibe though and amazing views + location!
  • VelvetCrate
    VelvetCrateSeptember 14, 2014
    The Edgewater Hotel has the most cozy lobby area. Relax, warm up, and check out their wall of fame.
  • Darcey
    DarceyNovember 10, 2010
    Join the Stash point club. They email a confirmation, for joining, that has a link to a certificate good for a complimentary room upgrade (on stays of 2nights or more). At check in we received a free
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Go out into the driveway and take a look up at the big red E on top of the hotel – we have a resident bald eagle that perches up there to survey Elliott Bay.
  • Jeffrey Z.
    Jeffrey ZeldmanJuly 3, 2012
    Been here 50+ times
    Get a room facing Puget Sound. Wake up to seagulls and slow-moving cruise ships. The experience is unforgettable.
  • James C.
    James CarterOctober 11, 2011
    Bring ear plugs. Storms on the water side can get REAL nasty and the wind can keep you up or boats docking on the north end.
  • Jessica C.
    Jessica ChobotAugust 30, 2013
    Of you can snag a waterfront room or seat at the restaurant - GO FOR IT! This place is gorgeous!
  • Global H.
    Global HighlanderNovember 6, 2015
    Tiny rooms, amazing views, great restaurant and drinks (again, with amazing water views).
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Waterfront Premium King Guestrooms with a clawfoot tub! Nothing beats relaxing in a bath with a nice glass of wine and looking out onto the lights of Elliott Bay.
  • James C.
    James CarterOctober 11, 2011
    If on water, check to see if your window is cracked open. Can make for crazy 'unknown' drafts! And whistling in high wind.
  • Matt M.
    Matt McGeeOctober 23, 2010
    Been here 10+ times
    The extra cost of the waterfront rooms is worth it, esp. if you plan to be in your room a lot. Great views, nice summer breeze.
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Even though the view of the water is beautiful, don’t forget to find a place to look up at the Seattle skyline at night – positively magical.
  • Kevin J.
    Kevin JonsonMarch 9, 2010
    The Bar at the Edgewater is an excellent place for sunset cocktails and a small snack. The Martinis are alright, and they generally have at least one local beer on tap.
  • Jen Pollack B.
    Jen Pollack BiancoApril 15, 2014
    Been here 5+ times
    Don't miss the fascinating wall of fame near reception.
  • Grant B.
    Grant BrottJune 13, 2014
    Amazing food at restaurant inside hotel, loved the salmon. Pricey though.
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Build in some time to WALK to some of Seattle's most famous attractions.  On a nice day, there’s nothing like strolling along the Seattle Waterfront.
  • Jess Z.
    Jess ZimbabweJune 27, 2010
    Definitely get a room with a water view. The windows are operable so if the weather's nice, you can get a sea breeze in your room.
  • elizabeth S.
    elizabeth ScottJanuary 17, 2011
    Cool bar that overlooks the water. Perfect setting for cocktails at sunset. But, pass on the Sunday brunch (blah and overpriced). Read more
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    If you enjoy reading, bring a book. There are several places within the hotel and lobby to sit back and relax.
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Great place to read a book downstairs in the lounge near the windows. It's like being on a cruise-ship without the fuss of the wind!
  • Heather S.
    Heather SchoeglerApril 13, 2011
    Bike, Umbrella, Board Games and Shuttle to downtown all complimentary during your stay. Love it!
  • David
    DavidApril 9, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Great meeting rooms and catering service. Can't beat the view from the conference rooms.
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Bring a pair of tennis shoes to run/walk along the waterfront -- or ride a bike along Myrtle Edwards park.
  • Kristina V.
    Cozy fireplaces, great waterfront view, historic landmark
  • Melanie K.
    Gorgeous view but buyer aware that it comes with over $100 of hidden fees.
  • Dan S.
    Dan SJuly 4, 2013
    Been here 5+ times
    This is the hotel to stay at in seattle. Waterview is really nice.
  • EJ B.
    EJ BegnocheSeptember 3, 2011
    Been here 5+ times
    Great location! The water view patio of Six Seven is a must!!
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    There are so many things to look at on the water and across the Puget Sound -- bring a pair of binoculars.
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Don’t forget to take advantage of our complimentary shuttle downtown.  It makes everything Seattle has to offer easily accessible.
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Take advantage of room service and sit by the window and enjoy the view over dinner.
  • Andrew F.
    Not great service, don't get all the info up front, small feeling rooms, location is great though. gave my reservation that was paid for to my uncle who doesn't share a first name
  • The Edgewater
    The EdgewaterApril 21, 2011
    Christmas at the hotel~ décor is super festive and the hotel shows fabulously with the lit fireplaces.
  • Adriana M.
    Adriana MartinOctober 5, 2014
    Breathtaking at least go and grab a drink at the lobby :-)
  • Brian J.
    Brian JohnsonMay 8, 2011
    Waterfront room is a must, parking and internet charges are outrageous!
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