Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

Seattle, United States

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

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    Perfectly blends the best of the Pacific Northwest

Why we choose Four Seasons Hotel Seattle

A city resort that combines a distinctly urban feel with the laid back vibe of the Pacific Northwest

  • The rooftop patio offers chilled towels, sunglass cleaning and popsicles
  • Guestrooms display Northwest artists’ works, reproduced from a Seattle Art Museum collection
  • The famous Cheese & Antipasto Counter at ART Lounge is a nightly treat

Seattle’s Four Seasons Hotel is much like the city itself: young, hip and energetic. There’s a definite artsy vibe here—even the restaurant is called ART—which is fantastic as long as your leanings are slightly “woo-woo” cultural rather than snobby cultural.

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What you need to know about the hotel

A contemporary take on classic luxury that offers the city’s only rooftop pool

  • The Spa at Four Seasons uses Northwest elements—from Puget Sound to the evergreen rainforests—in its treatments
  • A Four Seasons chef will help you choose ingredients from Pike Place Market and then prepare dinner for two in ART or your room
  • The 10th floor Presidential Suite includes custom furnishings, original artwork, a fireplace and a bathroom mirror with integrated television

While inviting luxury is always the goal at a four Seasons property, the Seattle version aims to make you feel as comfortable as you would in your own home—especially when it comes to the 13 delightful suites. To that end, they’ve designed separate sleeping and living areas and infused the décor with sleek, modern touches in wood and stone. The effect, whether intentional or not, is of bringing the Northwest inside.

In a city of highly acclaimed restaurants known for seasonal, local ingredients, the hotel’s own ART is a standout. The menus are market-driven, and many ingredients come from Pike Place Market right next door. It doesn’t get much fresher than that.

Where is it and what's nearby

Arguably the best location in downtown Seattle, with views of Elliott Bay, Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains

  • Pike Place Market, the country’s oldest public market, has nine acres of everything from food to antiques
  • Neaby Chateau Ste. Michelle offers a day course in wine blending where you can create your very own vintage
  • Seattle is a coffee town, so check out Espresso Vivace (where baristas apprentice for years) and Coffee Ladro across from the hotel

Four Seasons Seattle us located in the first 10 floors of a 21-story downtown tower, with fantastic proximity to Pike Place Market, the Seattle Art Museum and the Seattle waterfront. You can even catch a glimpse of snow-capped peaks to the east and west. Not surprisingly, the views are one thing that draws people both to Seattle and to the hotel. The Emerald City is a nature-lover’s paradise where residents head outside to soak up the city’s many natural attractions as often as they can.

Seattle is also immensely focused on culture, as evidenced by the galleries and museums that line the streets. The best way to get to know this eclectic yet sophisticated city is by walking the neighborhoods, each with its own character—from funky Ballard to chic Bellevue with its up-market stores.

How to enjoy Seattle

Seattle is a prime destination for people who like their cities green, in every sense of the word. The Emerald City has large, glorious parks, lots of water-based adventures and amazing seafood—and, thankfully, they’re rabid about protecting it all

  • Get out on the water for the best city views: Opt for waterfront sailboat voyages or more active lake kayaking
  • Coffee shops, carts and stands are everywhere. Give Starbucks a rest and sample local faves like Tully’s, Caffe Ladro and Caffé Vita
  • Seattleites love the Ballard neighborhood’s heart-tugging historical pull, plus its wealth of art galleries and one-of-a-kind boutiques

The birthplace of the American coffee renaissance—thank you, Starbucks—and grunge rock—thank you, Kurt Cobain—Seattle is a caffeine-fueled melting pot of hipster cool, serious eco-activism and plain old fun. Combine all three of these elements in must-see attractions like Olympic Sculpture Park (nine acres of, well, sculptures) and the Experience Music Project (an interactive rock museum).

Seattle’s character is the result of its many neighborhoods, each with its own identity. Downtown is filled with urban draws like posh hotels, museums and famed Pike Place Market, home of flying fish and fab eateries. Then there’s historic Pioneer Square, public art-laden Freemont and affluent Queen Anne Hill. Want to get out of town? The city is within an hour of the sippable Washington wine region.

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    When to visit Seattle

    Seattle has a famously rainy reputation. The truth: It doesn’t necessarily get more rain than other places, but it rains more often here. Summer is actually a dry(ish) season, and with its northern location, Seattle doesn’t get scorching hot. In fact, you’ll likely need a sweater at night. Winter is cold, certainly, but this city doesn’t get nearly as frigid as its Eastern counterparts.

  • We say

    The food is cutting-edge and market oriented.

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    Design-wise, it’s a great attraction; the art throughout has been carefully curated.

  • A word from the hotel

    Surrender to the Deep Forest Bliss Massage, a spa treatment combining coffee dandelion, oak moss, white pine and rosehip to hydrate and detoxify your skin.
    Heather Rogers, Chief Concierge

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