Looking for a great boutique hotel in Seattle? Check out TravelMag.com’s top value picks!
Our hotel team has analyzed the best boutique hotels in the city across various price categories, comparing amenities and assessing client reviews from the past 24 months. Those with the best value were selected for inclusion on our list of the city’s best places to stay.
From $225/ night
Located in the heart of Seattle’s bustling Pike Place Market, this polished hotel also has a great location. The Seattle Art Museum and Seattle Waterfront are both short walks away, and the Space Needle observation deck is one mile from the property. Rooms have floor-to-ceiling windows, flat screen televisions, and iPod docking stations, and in-room massages are available for a fee.
From $254/ night
Touches of opulence make this boutique hotel one of Seattle’s finest. Standout features include a rooftop terrace with views of the Olympic mountain range, and an on-site restaurant offering small plates. Saunas, fitness classes, hot tubs and two lap pools help health-oriented guests stay on track. Discovery Place and Pike Place Market are a few miles away.
From $141/ night
Nestled within Seattle’s Belltown neighborhood, Hotel Max is within one mile of the Seattle Aquarium, the Space Needle, and Olympic Sculpture Park. Rooms are decorated with contemporary furniture, work desks and original works by local artists. The hotel hosts a complimentary craft beer hour for guests and serves locally-brewed coffee. Miller’s Guild, the on-site farm-to-table restaurant, serves rustic fare and creative cocktails.
From $134/ night
Hotel Sorrento, with its ornate Italian-influenced architecture, is one of Seattle’s most iconic and beloved landmarks. An elegant lobby with a fireplace and period furniture is the perfect place for people-watching. Guest rooms are uniquely-decorated and have premium mattresses, Egyptian bedding, and marble bathrooms. There’s also an on-site restaurant, room service, car service and 24-hour business and fitness centers.
From $119/ night
Located in Seattle’s University District, this art-deco style property is just two blocks from the University of Washington. A lively restaurant and bar, The District Lounge, serves a globally-inspired menu and custom cocktails. Rooms have views of the University District, downtown Seattle, or mountain and lake vistas, and feature amenities such as flat screen TVs with HBO, DVD players, and iPod docking stations.