Contemporary city hotel with chic decor and ultra-luxurious furnishings
Head up to The Nest rooftop bar to sip delicious cocktails with views to write home about
Floor to ceiling windows in all rooms create a light and airy space; opt for a corner suite for the best views
Within walking distance from Pike Place Market and Seattle's bustling waterfront
Enjoy spectacular views across iconic Seattle landscapes such as Puget Sound, the Olympic Mountains and nearby Pike Place Market
Seattle is a great city to visit all year round; as the seasons change, the scenery creates different stunning landscapes with vivid scenes. June through September is peak season, this is due to the lovely weather which really draws in the crowds. This summer weather is beautiful and the temperature usually averages mid 20s. There are often higher temperatures but these can not be guaranteed.
Contemporary and chic, Thompson Seattle is a beautifully designed hotel within easy reach of some of the city's key sights. A stone's throw from the famous waterfront, guests can expect to enjoy spectacular views across the Puget Sound and beyond.
The luxurious Thompson Seattle sits just metres away from the acclaimed Pike Place Market with its vibrant atmosphere and benefits from an inviting waterfront location. Views over Elliot Bay, the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains beyond can be enjoyed from most of the rooms and the fantastic rooftop bar as you sip a delicious cocktail.
Rooms are sleek in design with contemporary furnishings, as well as a range of modern amenities and all feature floor-to-ceiling windows, benefiting from ample natural light. The corner suites stand out for the impressive uninterrupted views but all offer something special regardless. Individual temperature controls, large Samsung TVs, laptop compatible safes and state-of the art bathrooms can be found in every room, along with complimentary WiFi. Sumptuous beds with high thread-count linens ensure a great night's sleep.
The signature restaurant, Scout, serves up a range of local delicacies and the freshest seafood straight from the Puget Sound, whilst vegetables foraged from the Cascade mountains appear alongside. For the perfect evening cocktail spot, head up to the roof to uber-chic Nest where you can make the most of the hotel's desirable location. Alternatively, Stewart street below boasts a range of cafes, bars and restaurants which are popular with locals.
Pike Place Market is Seattle's famed public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront. Sample tasty produce from friendly market vendors, marvel at the fishmongers Pacific haul and search for souvenirs and antique treasures.
Boasting spectacular seascapes and some fantastic marine life, the San Juan Islands off the coast of Seattle are best explored by boat or by kayak for a peaceful retreat from life in the bustling city. This full-day adventure takes in the highlights.
The archipelago harbours near-mythical beauty. Wildlife watch on a morning ferry to Friday Harbor and then embark on a 3-hour whale watching tour by kayak; next enjoy a gourmet picnic and explore vineyards before taking a scenic seaplane back to Seattle.
Half an hour outside of Seattle lies Woodinville Wine Country, home to nearly 100 wineries and a delightful place to spend an afternoon sampling the region's delicious grapes. This half-day excursion takes you to three of the best for tastings.
Thompson Seattle is located a stone's throw from Pike Place Market, Nordstrom's flagship and Bellevue Square. It's location also allows for fabulous Views of Elliott Bay. The overground network is within easy reach which will take you easily to the airport in under an hour.
9-hour 50-minute flight time from London to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. 45 minutes by taxi from the airport to the hotel.
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Seattle, Pacific Northwest, United States of America
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