Hip Waterfront Lodging in Seattle
Seattle's best waterfront lodging is offering enticing packages and unbeatable views.
Looking for an easy weekend getaway? It doesn’t get much better than Seattle. In May the rains subside and tourists are sparse, making it the ideal time to explore the Emerald City. The Edgewater Hotel — Seattle’s only waterfront lodging — is offering enticing packages plus some recent rockin’ renovations to sweeten your stay. Located on Pier 67, the luxury property boasts views of the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay; rooms have river-rock fireplaces and claw-foot tubs; and downtown is just steps away. The hotel’s newest addition, the Pearl Jam suite, is adorned with iconic tour posters, custom furnishings, and unique touches like floor lamps that are activated by a guitar pedal. Meanwhile downstairs, helmed by chef Jesse Souza — formerly of the Claremont Resort and Spa in Berkeley — the Edgewater’s on-site restaurant, Six Seven, is a must: organic seasonal ingredients and choice local seafood are the focus, with dishes listed on the restaurant’s signature handheld backlit menus. As a part of the Waterside Dinner package, guests enjoy a dinner for two, valet parking and overnight accommodations. Rates start at $433.