Washington Hotels

Hotel Vintage

Just sleep in Seattle? Not a chance. The Hotel Vintage has recently completed a $6 million dollar renovation. Our newly redesigned boutique hotel has been transformed into an urban haven finessed with the style and substance of Washington wine country. Inspired by some of our region's most notable wineries, our guestrooms let you drink in all their color and character: Think vineyard hues of burgundy, taupe and green framed by sleek, contemporary furnishings and you get the idea. What hasn't changed is our award-winning boutique ambiance and attentive service, ensuring your stay will always be vintage Kimpton. Read more →

Hotel 1000

Hotel 1000 in downtown Seattle features 120 luxury guest rooms, BOKA RESTAURANT + BAR, Spaahh and The Golf Club. At Hotel 1000, genuine and personalized service, leading-edge technology and intimate yet spectacular accommodations redefine the luxury experience. Hotel 1000 offers distinctive amenities, anticipative service and a customized experience tailored to any occasion. Located at 1000 First Avenue at the corner of Madison Street, the hotel is steps from the waterfront along Elliott Bay, and conveniently centered between Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, the business district and lively and historic Pioneer Square. Read more →

Willows Inn on Lummi Island

The Willows Inn on Lummi Island has opened its doors to guests for 103 years. And, in many ways, time has stood still in The Willows’ world, where American eagles soar, days melt passively, and barred owls punctuate silent nights. From the moment you arrive, you’ll find every member of The Willows Inn team committed to providing an intimate, comfortable, and extraordinary experience of island charm, in addition to a uniquely sublime, prix fixe dinner. The staff takes pleasure in designing your personalized stay as a special guest of The Willows Inn on Lummi Island, charted from a variety of activities. Read more →

Hotel Max

In the heart of downtown Seattle, Washington, the Hotel Max offers an artistic setting for both business and pleasure. The Hotel Max provides the platform for both emerging and established Seattle artists and photographers. There are more than 350 original paintings and photographs found throughout the hotel in the lobby, guest rooms and corridors. At Hotel Max, you’ll find that great attention is paid to the details. High thread counts nestle you in to sleep. A menu displays your pillow choices. Flat panel televisions give you your space. And the phone’s “You Got It” button responds to any whim. A variety of room types are available to fulfill your lodging needs. Read more →

The Fairmont Olympic Hotel Seattle

One of the city’s most celebrated historic landmarks and a premier luxury hotel in Seattle. Featuring Italian renaissance architecture and lavish amenities, the beautifully historic 450-room hotel combines traditional warmth with 21st century convenience and personalized service. By delivering unparalleled service in unrivaled surroundings, The Fairmont Olympic Seattle luxury hotel gains a place in the heart of each guest. The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of downtown Seattle in the shopping and financial districts and within blocks of Pike Place Market and various entertainment venues. Read more →

Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes

On 82-acres, with three spring water lakes, Lakedale Resort at Three Lakes is an ideal San Juan Island getaway. Easily accessible by ferry or floatplane from Seattle, Lakedale Resort is nestled between Roche Harbor and Friday Harbor on San Juan Island, Washington. It's a one-of-a-kind experience and a breath of fresh air - literally. A San Juan Island vacation offers many more adventures including whale watching, sea kayaking, salt-water fishing, bicycling, winery, and local artisan tours. Read more →
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Outlook Inn

At the Outlook Inn there is a passion to share the experience and culture of Orcas Island with people from near and far and to nurture their well-being through the beauty of nature and genuine hospitality. Lodging at the Inn is cozy, luxurious and standard - like the mix of people on the island. Soak in scenic island views and enjoy the charm of the inn's historic rooms. Read more →
Lake Crescent Lodge

Lake Crescent Lodge

Built in 1916 Lake Crescent Lodge is one of the first buildings from the modern era in Olympic National Park. This lodge serves as an ideal base camp for the variety of recreational activities in the park while allowing you to experience the charm of a turn-of-the-century resort. The Lodge, nestled among the giant fir and hemlock trees on the shore of beautiful Lake Crescent features comfortable, spacious rooms with wonderful views of the lake. Read more →
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Marcus Whitman Hotel

Nestled in the heart of of historic downtown Walla Walla, the Marcus Whitman Hotel and Conference Center is Walla Walla's premier hotel, restaurant and lounge. Exceptional Guest Experiences for Every Guest! Surround yourself in comfort and luxury in one of 127 beautiful guest rooms. From two-room luxury suites perfect for a romantic weekend getaway to king deluxe rooms that are just right for business travelers, you’ll find unexpected pleasures abound at the Marcus Whitman Hotel & Conference Center. Enjoy complimentary Hot and Healthy Breakfast, complimentary Wired and Wireless Internet access, as well as complimentary use of the fitness and business centers. Read more →
Inn at the Market

Inn at the Market

Inn at the Market is the only hotel located in the heart of the famous Pike Place Market. The ivy-covered courtyard is a tranquil hideaway, inn at the market rooftop deck just steps away from the vibrant atmosphere of Pike Place Market and the Seattle waterfront. Experience Seattle surrounded by downtown’s most acclaimed restaurants and iconic landmarks while savoring views of the Puget Sound, and the Olympic Mountains. The rooftop deck provides the ultimate panoramic view of Pike Place Market, downtown Seattle, and Elliott Bay. Read more →