Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
Seattle, Pacific Northwest, United States of America
At a Glance
Surely the most prime location in Seattle with Pike Place Market on one side and the Seattle Arts Museum on the other, this is the ideal urban luxury hotel
A bay view room or suite is a must for those ultimate water and mountain views and magnificent sunsets
During the summer, retreat to the only infinity edge pool in the city stretching out toward Puget Sound.
Enjoy a relaxing spa treatment in the hotel spa, inspired by tones of the Pacific Northwest
The outdoor firepit is the perfect end to a busy day. As the sun sinks below the Pacific horizon, sip a cocktail and unwind
Best time to Visit
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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.
To start planning your holiday to Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
In the heart of downtown Seattle, close to Pike Place market, the luxurious Four Seasons Seattle offers a relaxing mood surrounded by modern interiors and local city artwork. Enjoy stunning views of Elliott Bay and Puget Sound from your welcoming room.
Showcasing wonderful views of Elliott Bay and the Puget Sound, the Four Seasons Seattle is in the perfect spot to allow guests of the hotel to enjoy all that the city has to offer without needing to travel too far. Next door, foodies will be in for a treat as you’ll find the popular Pike Place, the oldest independent farmers market in the US, and for families a visit to the Aquarium or Seattle’s iconic landmark the Seattle space needle with it’s observation deck is a must.
With 147 rooms and 13 suites spread across 10 floors, many of which connect, this hotel is able to offer an ideal base for families and couples alike. Rooms offer a simple but elegant feel decorated in calm, pastel hues and many enjoy views out across the bay. Paying homage to its maritime history, unique art work encompassing the North West American feel can be seen throughout the hotel. Each room has been designed with comfort and functionality in mind with thick terry bathrobes, docking stations for your iPhone or iPod ,as well as twice daily housekeeping and complimentary WiFi.
Guests will be able to enjoy the facilities on site including a 4 Diamond Spa offering wonderful treatments such as the Northwest scrub and for those that really want to treat themselves - the Hollywood facial. The 40ft rooftop infinity pool will provide a welcome relief on a hot day after shopping in the city - enjoy a drink here whilst making the most of those superb views. Fitness fans are not forgotten either with a full-size fitness centre.
After partnering recently with Ethan Stowell Restaurants, the latest offering from Four Seasons has arrived in the name of Goldfinch Tavern, named after the state bird of Washington and serving up delightful Pacific North West cuisine. Choose from dishes such as seared local black cod and fried Pacific oysters with malt vinegar aioli.
Four seasons Seattle offers 147 beautifully presented rooms and 13 suites, each showcasing an urban interpretation of the Pacific Northwest and many offering views over Elliott bay and the Puget Sound.
All rooms feature great amenities including marble bathrooms, flat screen TV, thick terry bathrobes, iPod docking station and complimentary WiFi. All guests also enjoy twice daily housekeeping and a 24 hour concierge service on hand to assist with anything you need.
|Partial Bay View Room||
Room amenities include: One king or two double beds, view of courtyard or downtown city with
Elliott Bay and Puget Sound, full marble bathroom, hypoallergenic down pillows/duvet, slippers,
bathrobes, hair dryer, complimentary internet access, LCD TV, cable TV, iPod docking station, DVD player, complimentary newspaper, clock radio, in-room safe, multi-line telephone, refrigerated private bar, iron & ironing board, flashlight.
|Deluxe Bay View Room||
Room amenities include: One king or two double beds, view of Elliott Bay, Puget Sound and the
Olympic Mountains, full marble bathroom, hypoallergenic down pillows/duvet, slippers, bathrobes, hair dryer, complimentary internet access, LCD TV, cable TV, iPod docking station, DVD player, complimentary newspaper, clock radio, in-room safe, multi-line telephone, refrigerated private bar, iron & ironing board, flashlight.
|City View Kings||
Overlooking Seattle these rooms have some of the most stunning landscapes. The rooms are located on the third to the tenth floor, you can request a preference if you would rather be located on a certain level.
|Corner Elliott Bay Suite||
Named after the Elliott Bay where your suite will look over this vast expanse of water and you can watch this water way in its full glory. In the distance is the Puget Sound; a myriad of mountains and estuaries that create the most breathtaking views. For those that would like to spread out there is a separate living area, which can convert into a queen sofa bed if need be.
|Deluxe Elliot Bay Suite||
You can enjoy the aquatic views of both Elliot Bay and Puget sound from the comfort of your comfortable king sized bed. This suite would be ideal for families as there is a separate living area with a sofa that can convert into a queen sized bed.
This suite is perfect for people wishing to have an extended stay in Seattle and make themselves truly at home. You can entertain friends or colleagues from your dining room. A butler pantry is a fantastic feature if you would like to either cook for yourself or have your own chef to accommodate your personal needs. If this is not enough, the view really will be the selling point it is simply breathtaking and one of the best in Seattle.
Located on the tenth floor, this suite is vast and really is appropriately named. It is superior in every aspect, from the views to the executive study and powder room. Not to mention the dining area for 10 guests as well as the luxurious king sized bed.
Children will be able to use the swimming pool during a stay at the hotel. Babysitting services are also available on request. The concierge team will be able to point families in the direction of the best city entertainment with trips out to Woodland Park Zoo, Seattle Aquarium and the children's Museum of Seattle.
There is a luxurious spa with eight treatment rooms, as well as a couples room looking over the water. If you are more active there is a fitness centre with TechnoGym cardio and strength training equipment, the pool is truly fantastic with views of the Puget Sound. For those who would like to feel they are swimming on top of the world there is a rooftop pool, lie back and take in the American rays on one of the many sun loungers.
Goldfinch Tavern provides sublime Northwest American delicacies, there is such a variety of dishes on offer that you cannot fail to be truly awed and satisfied.
Seattle offers an abundance of activities and is home to some big sporting fans which makes trips to the baseball and football stadiums a must during a visit. The Aquarium, Museum of Flight, Pacific Science Centre and Woodland Park Zoo can also be visited very easily.
Kerri Martin (Staff)
A great hotel for a quick stop in Seattle, you'll be in the perfect location to explore popular Pike Place next door, as well as the superb shopping and restaurants in the area.
The hotel is fairly traditional and a little bit dated but provides all the facilities and amenities you have come to expect from a Four Seasons. With a 4 Diamond Spa on site and a roof top pool, there's a lot to love about this hotel. Make sure you choose a room looking out on to Elliott Bay and Puget Sound.
Pike Place Market
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.
San Juan Island Adventure
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.
Soar and Explore on the San Juan Islands
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.
Woodinville Wine Trail
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.
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Location & directions
Seattle, Pacific Northwest, United States of America
Four Seasons 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. Two blocks from the hotel is the overground network which will take you easily to the airport in under an hour.
How to get there
9-hour 50-minute flight time from London to Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. 30 minutes by taxi from the airport to the hotel.
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