When it's time to retreat to your digs, you'll be greeted by plush terry bathrobes, down duvets and pillows, flat-screen TVs and free Wi-Fi access, among other Luke features. Crystal chandeliers dangle delicately from the arched ceiling, and chic carved oak paneling lines the walls of the historic Shuckers' oyster bar.
The property receives high praise for everything from its indoor swimming pool to its impeccable service staff to its convenient location in downtown Seattle. Inside the 450 accommodations, lodgers will find terry bathrobes, windows that open to let in the breeze, internet access (free for members of AccorHotels' loyalty program) and goose-down duvets.
But fair warning: The Fairmont's rooms and cuisine are pricey, though guests say the stay and eats are worth the splurge. Yet despite the nearby hustle and bustle, the Inn at the Market stays cozy, with a romantic courtyard and a quaint rooftop deck with picturesque views of Elliott Bay.
Those accommodations also include perks like iPod docking stations, complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs, Keurig coffee makers, minifridges and floor-to-ceiling bay windows. What's more, there are a few restaurants on-site (including Pacific Northwest-inspired Sacco, a traveler favorite) and plenty of nearby eateries for visitors to enjoy.
Guests can also access a pool and fitness center at Pike Place Market's Seattle Athletic Club, though extra charges apply. Recent travelers loved the Hampton Hotel Monaco Seattle's boutique-y features, including the modern red-, gray- and white-themed guest rooms.
Past visitors also raved about the staff, saying everyone from the valet to the room service attendants makes you feel like you're a VIP. While you're staying at this branch of the Hampton family, be sure to frequent the nightly wine receptions held in the lobby (which the property's daily $22 facilities fee covers).
The airy Pan Pacific's tan and chocolate color scheme creates a warm atmosphere even in the dreariest of Seattle winters. The spacious rooms come equipped with high-tech perks like flat-screen TVs, high-speed wireless internet (which the $15 daily resort fee covers), Keurig coffee makers and programmable thermostats.
Although some recent travelers said Pan Pacific's location isn't the most convenient, others noted that there's an easily accessible Whole Foods below the hotel, plus a complimentary shuttle that will take you into downtown Seattle. But you might not need to leave the property to indulge in tasty cuisine: This hotel is home to the Pacific Northwest-inspired South Lake Kitchen + Bar and offers 24-hour room service.
Its 158 rooms and suites come equipped with Samsung televisions, in-room Wi-Fi access (covered by the $25 destination fee) and honor bars as well as views of the courtyard, the city streets or Puget Sound. Guests say the Thompson Seattle's location, just a mile from top sights like the Space Needle and Chiefly Garden and Glass, is one of its biggest assets.
Business travelers will also be pleased to find that the Thompson Seattle offers 5,000 square feet of meeting and event space across six indoor and outdoor venues. Situated in downtown Tacoma, Washington, Hotel Murano impresses visitors with its hip, modern decor.
Sleek furnishings and dark tones pervade through the lobby and guest rooms, and you'll discover contemporary art pieces scattered throughout the public areas. Guests appreciate the speedy and friendly attitude of the staff and Hotel Murano's prime location, which is close to local bars, shops and attractions.
Diners report that the food and drinks served at the hotel's BAR960 and BITE restaurant are a bit pricey but worth experiencing for the ambiance. Located about a mile north of Pioneer Square, Hampton Alexis Hotel has eclectically decorated flair.
Leather ottomans are paired with sleep wooden beds and green sofas, and not one of the 121 guest rooms and suites has the same layout thanks to the quirky contours of this old building. No matter which accommodation you choose, you'll enjoy perks like yoga mats, bar carts, wireless Bluetooth speakers and Wi-Fi access (which the $22 daily guest amenities fee covers).
The dramatic backlit staircase takes center stage in the small lobby, but recent visitors also love the futuristic-looking fire pit in the adjacent sitting room. Guest rooms are a bit less flamboyant, decorated in dark earth tones with dramatic details like two-person tubs that fill from the ceiling.
Techies rejoice over the high-tech in-room phones that also show area dining options, as well as the flashy televisions that double as art displays. The lobby is full of flourished crown molding, classic wood paneling and black-and-white portraits of former club members (businessmen involved in Alaskan gold prospecting).
Guest rooms keep in vintage step but with modern touches like flat-screen TVs, down bedding, rainfall showers, coffee makers and iPod docking stations. Recent travelers heaped praise on this Seattle Doublet property's Pioneer Square locale, as well as its Polar Bar and JUNO restaurant.
This charming boutique hotel is nestled along the waterfront in Kirkland, Washington, a small suburb located about 10 miles northeast of downtown Seattle. Basic amenities include minifridges, soaking tubs, rain showers, flat-screen TVs and Bolton Brown toiletries.
You'll find The Wood mark Hotel & Spa about 10 miles northeast of Seattle on a picturesque lakefront, and guests can enjoy the natural beauty of the area on complimentary bikes or kayaks. Enter into the opulent lobby of Davenport Hotel, which is a member of Marriott's Autograph Collection, and you'll quickly know that you're in for a treat.
Both properties boast regal decor and modern amenities, such as spacious marble showers, flat-screen TVs, pillow-top mattresses and additional comforts. In addition to all the hotel has to offer, including gourmet dining at the Palm Court Grill and the Peacock Room Lounge, guests adore the Davenport's location, which places visitors within walking distance of many Spokane attractions, shops and restaurants.
Recent travelers love how close this Hyatt property is to the creative restaurant scene and best shopping malls in the area. But there's little need to spend time in your room when the hotel offers nine eateries and bars, a 7,000-square-foot gym and a heated indoor pool.
According to past visitors, everything from the hotel's pristine rooms and the friendly front desk staff to Shaker + Spear's meals and Penny royal Bar's craft cocktails was impressive. Like other Hampton properties, the Palladium hosts a daily wine hour, it offers in-room spa services, it's pet-friendly and IMG Rewards Club members enjoy free in-room internet access, among other perks.
Speaking of rooms, the hotel's accommodations come with large work desks, claw foot tubs, funky decor (like pillows with pop art photos) and beds with pillow-top mattresses and Fretted linens. You'll find the Palladium downtown, near many of the city's top sights like Pike Place Market and the Seattle Art Museum.
Note that a nightly “guest amenities fee” applies and covers two bottles of water, a complimentary hotel postcard and postage, and a $10 daily food and beverage credit for Shaker + Spear. Seattle's only true waterfront hotel, The Edge water balances on its own pier into the harbor, giving guests prime vistas of the Puget Sound.
Overlooking Snoqualmie Falls, the Salish Lodge & Spa makes guests forget they are less than 30 miles from downtown Seattle. While tourists will come for an hour just to snap a photo and move on, hotel guests can savor the atmosphere all day long.
And despite its eerie past (the Salish was the setting for many macabre scenes in David Lynch's mystery television show “Twin Peaks”), guests feel exceptionally comfortable in the accommodations here. According to recent guests, one drawback is the price: The room rate, dining and resort fees all add up to an expensive stay.
About 80 miles southeast of Seattle in picturesque CLE Elm, Washington, Arcadia Resort caters to travelers who want some recreational activities along with their rest and relaxation. Board games are available in the Living Room lobby, local artwork is on display at the welcome desk and in-room spa treatments are available at the ready.
Hemmed in by the Sammamish River in Joinville wine country, the Willows Lodge stands as a quiet, wooded retreat just 18 miles northeast of Seattle. Guests can also savor a glass of local vintage paired with pan roasted sea scallops at Barking Frog, the lodge's on-site restaurant, or go for a day of pampering at the spa.
Recent guests applaud Willows Lodge's prompt, personalized service but some say the accommodations were a bit outdated for the price. Most love this Hyatt’s green practices as well as the convenient locale minutes from hot spots like Pike Place Market, though some recent travelers complain about thin walls and noise seeping in.
Recent visitors rave about the clean, spacious and well-furnished accommodations, and a number of guests single out the gigantic bathrooms, complimentary Wi-Fi and 42-inch flat-screen TVs as particularly appreciated amenities. Northern Quest also boasts 46,000 square feet of gaming space, a Native American-inspired La Rive Spa, an indoor pool and multiple restaurants and bars.
The vintage property is full of charming details like wrought-iron gates, a palm tree-laden courtyard and the cozy, eight-sided Fireside Room where guests can sit and relax. When it's time to retire to your digs for the night, you'll find fully stocked honor bars, 42-inch flat-screen TVs, 400-thread-count linens and complimentary wireless internet access.
Recent guests compliment the hotel's contemporary accommodations, which come furnished with modern amenities like LCD flat-screen TVs and high-speed internet access. Travelers visiting with kids love that the hotel has Nintendo Wii game consoles available to borrow as well.
Guests also exalt Bourbon Steak, the upscale in-house restaurant that regularly plays host to foodies, celebrities and politicos alike. Perched on the edge of Lafayette Square, The Hay-Adams boasts a spectacular vantage point of the White House and the National Mall.
Inside, the hotel offers 263 guest rooms and suites decorated in a blue, cream and ivory color palette with crystal chandeliers, 14- to 16-foot ceilings, five-fixture bathrooms and large windows with expansive city views. Accommodations also boast original structural details, including hardwood doors, wainscoting and wall paneling, which were all restored during the renovation process.
The hotel is also home to The Spa by Ivanka Trump, a fitness center and numerous spaces for meetings and events, including the 13,141-square-foot Presidential Ballroom that can host receptions for up to 1,335 guests. When it comes time to eat, recent guests recommended reserving a table at BLT Prime by David Burke for dry-aged steaks and iconic views of the Clock Tower.
And recent guests say The Willard InterContinental's interior is just as impressive as its surroundings, particularly the massive marble columns and intricate chandeliers in the lobby. Elegant decor extends to The Willard's accommodations, which feature eye-popping red accents, wood furnishings and luxurious amenities like flat-screen TVs, individual climate controls and fully stocked minibars.
To ensure a restful night's sleep, request a room that looks west, facing the Washington Monument rather than 14th Street. And after a long day of sightseeing, you can relax at the Elizabeth Arden Red Door Spa or grab a bite to eat at one of the on-site restaurants.
And with its enviable location, set in Northwest's Foggy Bottom area just a few blocks north of George Washington University, these stylish digs draw high-power politicos, celebrities and international guests alike. Apart from its star clientele, the Ritz boasts a wide array of amenities, including the acclaimed on-site restaurant, West end Bistro, a vibrant hot spot known for its flavorful American fare.
But what guests seem to love the most are the spacious rooms here, which all include large Italian marble bathrooms, sumptuous feather beds, 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens and sleek flat-screen TVs. Most guests love their stays at this Mandarin Oriental thanks to its array of amenities, including The Spa and an on-site art gallery.
Recent guests also compliment the St. Aegis' historical feel as well as its contemporary amenities, which include down feather comforters, complimentary Wi-Fi access and flat-screen TVs. Previous visitors gave rave reviews to the on-site restaurant, highlighting great customer service and delectable Mediterranean culinary creations as key ingredients that made the meals memorable.
Red brick walls hug both the interior and exterior of this property, and cool tones throughout the hotel are reminiscent of the nearby waterfront. The calming color palette extends into the stylish accommodations, which are appointed with 400-thread-count Egyptian cotton linens, flat-screen TVs, minibars and Wi-Fi access (for a fee).
Guests can't stop raving about the contemporary, airy design of The Living Room lobby lounge, which features an inviting, wood-burning fireplace. Visitors also exalt Degrees Bistro, the Ritz's intimate dining venue that specializes in gourmet American fare.
Touting itself as “the world's first activist hotel,” Eaton DC opened in 2018 and enjoys a central location in the District of Columbia. The hotel puts guests just steps away from the eateries and bars in the City Center complex, along the K Street corridor and in the Chinatown neighborhood.
As far as accommodations go, the 209 rooms and suites, which recent guests described as comfortable and homey, feature Smart TVs, free Wi-Fi access and minibars stocked with “sustainable healthy snacks and beverages.” Accommodations also include more unique features like hand-picked books and Bluetooth record players, fun touches past travelers appreciated.
Blending modern details (decor is sleek and chic) while embracing its storied past (guest room key cards read “No need to break in”), the Watergate Hotel reopened in June 2016. The hotel is set in the Foggy Bottom neighborhood, putting guests close to shopping and dining in Georgetown; the monuments and museums that line the National Mall are also just 1 mile away.
The property also boasts The Next Whiskey Bar (a visitor favorite for its amber-hued wall of whiskey and extensive selection) and the King bird restaurant. But perhaps one of the best parts of this hotel is the Top of the Gate rooftop bar and lounge that offers sweeping views of the Potomac River and downtown Washington.
Meanwhile, the hotel's 336 accommodations are outfitted in neutral tones of white, mocha and charcoal, and they feature flat-screen TVs, minibars and marble bathrooms. What's more, recent guests lauded the impeccable design and the friendly staff at this property, though a stay here is quite expensive, especially with the added resort fee.
Boasting rich hardwood and stone floors with elegant furnishings, the Park Hyatt Washington D.C. is as visually stimulating as it is comfortable and convenient. Visitors rave about the spacious guest rooms, equipped with complimentary Wi-Fi access, flat-screen TVs and deep soaking tubs.
Guests also applaud the mouthwatering culinary creations served at the Michelin-starred Blue Duck Tavern and the personal services offered in the private Spa. You'll find the property situated just a few blocks north of George Washington University in Northwest Washington, D.C. Because this property is part of the Hyatt family, frequent travelers participating in the World of Hyatt loyalty program may earn or receive special privileges by choosing to stay here.
Suites include extra space and high-end perks like Bose speakers, river views and $100 food and beverage credits. That credit is best used at Kith/Kin, the property's modern dining venue, where guests can feast on breakfast, lunch and dinner items influenced by cuisines from Nigeria, Jamaica, New Orleans and more.
Recent guests praise the modern decor, the room size and the dining options in and around the hotel, as well as the nearby music venue, The Anthem. Keep in mind that because this is an InterContinental property, members of the IMG Rewards program can earn and redeem points by choosing to stay here.
The hotel boasts king, queen and suite options with live plants, bathrobes and slippers, handmade bath products, original artwork and photography, free Wi-Fi access and more. Recent visitors noted that the hotel's staff members were friendly and eager to offer nearby restaurant and bar recommendations.
The LINE DC offers three restaurants run by two James Beard-recognized chefs: Café Spoken (a place for coffee and light fare), Brothers and Sisters (offering American classics with a Taiwanese and Japanese twist) and Spoken English (a 12-seat Asian-inspired communal dining experience located off the lobby). According to recent visitors, the property's location in Washington's Georgetown neighborhood is perfect for exploring the nearby shops and eateries, and an easy walk or bus ride to many of the city's top attractions.
Others heaped praise on the rooftop bar, CUT Above, which offers views of Georgetown, the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal, and the city skyline. Recent visitors love this hotel's historic atmosphere, which exudes from the Melrose's vintage furnishings and large windows.
Afterward, grab a cocktail and mingle with the trendy set at the lounge, a lively in-house bar that boasts handcrafted libations. Many recent visitors praise the Melrose for its welcoming accommodations and hospitable staff; several also say the hotel itself smells incredibly pleasant throughout.
The Conrad Washington, DC, sits in the heart of the District of Columbia, near popular neighborhoods like Chinatown and Penn Quarter. The hotel's prime location puts guests near dozens of hot restaurants, hip bars and trendy shopping options.
The rooms and suites at the Conrad Washington, D.C. calm guests with hues of gray, tan and white, and all accommodations come equipped with flat-screen TVs, safes, coffee makers and minibars. The Darcy is located in Washington, D.C.'s Dupont Circle neighborhood, just a short walk from the 14th Street corridor's popular bars and restaurants.
Previous travelers appreciated its slightly removed locale, which made for quieter nights and great sleep, and the modern (albeit tiny) accommodations. Each room and suite feature white, brown and gray tones (with colorful accents throughout), plus a flat-screen TV, a minibar, a Bluetooth sound system and free Wi-Fi access.
Families will appreciate the hotel's kids program, which allows children to check out a backpack filled with clues for a scavenger hunt through the city. And in terms of luxury, this Ritz lives up to its reputation with an indoor pool, a full-service day spa and spacious guest rooms and suites.
This hotel sits about 15 miles west of Washington, D.C., but guests now have easier access to the city's top sights thanks to the metro. Accommodations come equipped with contemporary furnishings and high-end touches like marble bathrooms and glass-enclosed showers, not to mention HDTVs, stocked minibars and sumptuous linens.
Lodgers were equally complimentary of the Opalize Bar & Brasserie for its gourmet French fare and attentive wait staff. Though some recent guests bemoan Softer's high price tags, most claim that the hotel gave them the best night's sleep they'd had in ages.
Despite its seat in the bustling Foggy Bottom district near George Washington University, the Fairmont Washington, D.C., Georgetown manages to exude a botanical atmosphere best showcased on its leafy hotel patio. And the hotel's “natural” appearance extends to its guest rooms, which are appointed with rich neutral hues and amenities like Italian marble bathrooms, floor-to-ceiling windows and flat-screen TVs.
The Hampton George Hotel, located in Washington, D.C., has modernity down pat, which becomes apparent when you take a stroll through the lobby amid bright colors and contemporary art. When dinnertime rolls around, head to the stylish in-house restaurant, Bistro Bis, which is popular with guests and locals alike for its French cuisine.
Afterward, catch up on some much-needed relaxation inside your stylish accommodations, appointed with 48-inch flat-screen TVs, marble bathrooms and organic honor bars. Recent guests of this Hampton property compliment this hotel's style (a given, really) and its proximity to Dupont Circle's surplus of restaurants and bars.
Each of the Hotel Palomar's stylish accommodations features bursts of bold color along with contemporary furnishings, as well as Samsung LCD TVs, Atelier bath amenities and 300 thread count Fretted linens. When your stomach starts to rumble, satiate your appetite at Urbana Restaurant and Wine Bar, a trendy in-house hotspot that offers delectable Mediterranean fare.
Travelers can catch a live performance in the 3,000-seat theater, admire the conservatory's themed floral arrangements or go for a dip in the outdoor swimming pool.