Alexis Hotel -- A Kimpton Hotel Rating: 4.0 Pearls

Eclectic, diverse, and relaxed, Seattle welcomes folks from all walks of life. From the famed Pike Place Market to the tranquil Puget Sound, Seattle's open-minded denizens seem to say, "If you're okay with us, we're okay with you." This relaxed vibe carries itself over to the city's boutique lodgings, which have developed a chill, sophisticated style of their own. Arty and vibrant, but never stuffy, we've stayed at some of Seattle's best boutiques. Here are our favorites: First up is the Alexis Hotel. This upscale boutique hotel features 121 eclectic guestrooms that cater to every possible personality. From whimsical to modern, these spaces come with a subdued color palate and interesting design details that will be a welcome respite to any visitor.

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 Eclectic, diverse, and relaxed, Seattle welcomes folks from all walks of life. From the famed Pike Place Market to the tranquil Puget Sound, Seattle's open-minded denizens seem to say, "If you're okay with us, we're okay with you." This relaxed vibe carries itself over to the city's boutique lodgings, which have developed a chill, sophisticated style of their own. Arty and vibrant, but never stuffy, we've stayed at some of Seattle's best boutiques. Here are our favorites: First up is the Alexis Hotel. This upscale boutique hotel features 121 eclectic guestrooms that cater to every possible personality. From whimsical to modern, these spaces come with a subdued color palate and interesting design details that will be a welcome respite to any visitor.
Eclectic, diverse, and relaxed, Seattle welcomes folks from all walks of life. From the famed Pike Place Market to the tranquil Puget Sound, Seattle's open-minded denizens seem to say, "If you're okay with us, we're okay with you." This relaxed vibe carries itself over to the city's boutique lodgings, which have developed a chill, sophisticated style of their own. Arty and vibrant, but never stuffy, we've stayed at some of Seattle's best boutiques. Here are our favorites: First up is the Alexis Hotel. This upscale boutique hotel features 121 eclectic guestrooms that cater to every possible personality. From whimsical to modern, these spaces come with a subdued color palate and interesting design details that will be a welcome respite to any visitor. The Alexis Hotel makes its home in a historic downtown building in Seattle’s West Edge neighborhood. But don’t let the traditional exterior fool you: This hotel may be pure vintage Seattle on the outside, but it’s utterly modern and sophisticated on the inside, thanks in large part to the impressive art collection that lines the walls of the lobby, the gallery, and selected guestrooms. All that culture doesn’t make for a stuffy hotel, though: In classic Kimpton style, pets at the Alexis are greeted with their name on a welcoming chalkboard, and kids are welcomed with room service delivery of Nintendo and s'mores upon request. 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 half a block from Pike Place Market, in the heart of downtown Seattle. But the location isn't the only reason to stay at the Inn at the Market. 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 at the Inn are sophisticated and contemporary, if a tad generic, 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. A fun boutique with swanky, bold decor, Hotel Deca is a great choice for anyone visiting the nearby University of Washington. Built in 1931, the property capitalizes on its Art Deco roots, with an exterior shape that’s not unlike the lower half of the Empire State Building. The inside has been completely renovated, with a welcoming lobby that offers plenty of stylish, sit-and-mingle seating, plus iron railings and oversized period art pieces. Hotel Deca boasts great views of downtown Seattle, Lake Washington, and the surrounding mountains, particularly from the expansive deck of the Penthouse Suite. All of the bathrooms are well appointed, but none so luxuriously as this one in the Penthouse. A deep soaking tub with separate shower is all that's needed after a long day seeing Seattle's sights. This luxury boutique hotel delivers an intimacy not found in other, more pretentious venues. Well-designed guest rooms are as welcoming as the exceptionally friendly staff who go out of their way to make guests happy. The warm woods and exposed brick at Hotel Vintage create a homey, intimate atmosphere. The hotel's focus is on wine and the hotel strives to make sure all interiors are cozy and romantic so as to encourage some good-natured imbibing. This is particularly true of the hotel's Italian restaurant, Tulio, whose good food and warm atmosphere do just that. The somewhat dark, intimate lobby has a parlor-like feel, with velvet-covered furniture, antiqued wallpaper, and hefty fireplace mantels — suggesting a second meaning to Hotel Vintage's name.
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