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Hotel Vintage Park - a Kimpton Hotel

Hotel Vintage Park - a Kimpton Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

It’s hard to go wrong with a Kimpton property, and the Hotel Vintage Park doesn’t disappoint. Hailed for its exceptionally friendly staff that goes out of their way to make guests happy, this luxury boutique hotel delivers an intimacy not found in other, more pretentious venues. Quality vintages (hence, the name) are offered at the free nightly wine hour, but the lobby is a bit small for serious socializing.

Alexis Hotel -- A Kimpton Hotel

Alexis Hotel -- A Kimpton Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

This upscale boutique hotel, featuring 121 eclectic guestrooms that cater to every possible personality, is about as perfectly located as a downtown hotel can be. Many of Seattle’s most desirable sightseeing destinations are within easy walking distance, as are a vast selection of top-notch restaurants. It also sits right on First Avenue, directly above Puget Sound; a few rooms do have partial water views but many face neighboring buildings. Better harbor views can be found at hotels a few blocks north.

Inn at the Market

Inn at the Market Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Inn at the Market is one of Seattle's best-known, and most popular, hotels, in large part due to its unbeatable location: It's the only hotel in the Pike Place Market, right in the heart of downtown Seattle. But the location isn't the only reason to stay; the hotel has a long list of great features, including four solid restaurants, a pleasant rooftop deck with stunning panoramic views, free Wi-Fi, and in-room massage service. Rooms are sophisticated and contemporary, if a tad bland for some tastes, and come with upscale conveniences, such as great Hypnos beds (with reading lights attached to the headboard), Sferra linens, Gilchrist & Soames toiletries, and iPod docks.

Ace Hotel Seattle

Ace Hotel Seattle Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This petite 28-room boutique in Belltown was the first hotel of the hipster-friendly Ace Hotels mini-chain, and it was designed with young, hip budget travelers in mind. The owner deliberately filled the hotel with flea market finds, and rooms are spare and bohemian, with wool blankets, vintage or repurposed furniture, and quirky details such as Andre the Giant artwork. There are two room types: Standard Rooms, which have shared bathrooms, and Deluxe Rooms, which have private bathrooms and air conditioners. Belltown, which was edgy and up-and-coming when the hotel first opened, is now one of Seattle's hottest neighborhoods, with a thriving restaurant and bar scene. Popular attractions such as Pike Place Market and the Space Needle are within walking distance.

The Inn at El Gaucho

The Inn at El Gaucho Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located smack-dab in the epicenter of downtown Seattle’ popular Belltown neighborhood, The Inn at El Gaucho is an intimate, second-story boutique hotel on top of El Gaucho steakhouse, featuring 18 spacious rooms. The hotel is ultra-convenient -- it’s walking distance to almost every popular Seattle attraction -- but has limited services (no elevator, no gym), so if you’re looking for a bit of pampering and luxury, you’ll probably want to head to a larger, more traditional venue.

Hotel Deca

Hotel Deca Rating: 3.5 Pearls

If you need to stay near the University of Washington -- and want to avoid chain hotels -- Hotel Deca is a solid option. While it certainly lives up to its name as a fun boutique hotel with swanky, bold decor, it lacks the polish and sightseeing perks of many of Seattle’s downtown properties.

Hotel Five Seattle

Hotel Five Seattle Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This 58-room boutique prides itself on being a funky option in downtown Seattle. Upon entry, most can see that Hotel Five is not your traditional hotel: The small, mood-lit lobby features mod furniture in pops of red and yellow, and this bright look continues through the hallways (with vibrant accent walls and Seattle-centric elevator door motifs) to the rooms. The rooms have quirky but sleek modern decor with hardwood floors, bright red walls, and abstract art; some rooms even boast views of the Space Needle. However, bathrooms in most rooms are a tad cramped and have little counter space. The hotel does not offer many features -- although there is a fitness center and a restaurant that serves breakfast and lunch -- but the hotel's location makes it easy to visit shops, restaurants, and sights.

The Maxwell Hotel

The Maxwell Hotel Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This stylish boutique is a happy surprise located in an area of downtown that rarely sees a charming, full-service hotel. Though it lacks the classic attraction of the Puget Sound waterfront, you’ll have the Space Needle and many major Arts venues at your fingertips instead.

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What's Your Style?

  • Boutique
  • Luxury
  • Romantic
  • Value
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Locations

  • Belltown
  • Downtown
  • Eastside
  • Queen Anne
  • University District

Amenities

  • Air Conditioner
  • Babysitting Services
  • Balcony
  • Business Center
  • Cable Television
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Brands

  • Ace
  • Kimpton
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