We stayed at the Edgewater for one night. We went on a cruise to Alaska the following morning. The hotel was next to our cruise's pier and we took a 2 minute walk from the Hotel to the cruise ship! Their staff were very attentive, courteous and friendly. Everybody made sure to say "hello" every time you walked past by them. Lobby area was nice & cozy and it had amazing views of the bay. We were within walking distance of plenty of Seattle's landmarks. Their restaurant was pretty good. All in all I definitely recommend this hotel and would stay there again if I ever come back to the Seattle area.Comment of D. Yusseff , United States the 2016-06-22
For our romantic getaway, my wife and I found this hotel absolutely perfect.Comment of B. Matthew , United States the 2014-05-15
"25th Wedding Anniversary Trip"
The hotel was perfect for our 25th wedding anniversary trip - great location and a beautiful facility. The staff was very friendly and helpful. We could walk to most everything with this great location. Our favorite thing was the cozy, warm lobby with the fireplace and water view.
"Amazing views and service"
I stayed at the Edgewater on a work trip. The next trip back to Seattle I can't imagine staying anywhere else. Beautifully appointed, just down from the ferry and Pike Street Market. This property is on the water. My room had a fireplace and a view of the water. It was tough to go to my conference workshops because it meant having to leave my room. The staff was friendly and accommodating, but never distracting.
"Great experience. Beautiful hotel!"
Me and my friend stayed for 4 nights at The Edgewater in May. I am so glad that we chose to stay at this hotel. The hotel itself is luxurious but cosy. The staff are very helpful, and attentive. The rooms were great, and the beds comfortable. We weren't able to splurge on a room overlooking the Puget Sound (which I'm sure would have been gorgeous) but we did have a super cool view of the Space Needle lit up at night from our window, and you could admire the views of the water/mountains from the restaurant at breakfast/dinner anyway. The hotel is in a great location, only a short distance walk to the Space Needle/Aquarium/Sculpture Park, only a short taxi journey to the piers (for those catching any cruises) It was a little trek to Pike Place Market, but you could easily get a taxi there, we just liked the walk/exploring. Breakfast was of top quality, but pretty pricey, but you pay for what you get. The pancakes were delicious but there is A LOT, so if you have a small appetite, this is something to note. All in all, a great, pleasant, and enjoyable stay at The Edgewater. Thank you!
"Not up to modern expectations"
Largely friendly staff but one waitress in bar was snooty. Hotel is a bit tired though attempts to cover up the cracks largely successful. Location great and the place does have character. But it just isn't up to what is expected now of a prestigious hotel. Ceilings are low and enclosing, walks and floors paper thin. (Thanks go to the couple who had noisy sex next door for several hours, due to the non existent audio attenuation of the adjoining doors we heard every detail). Bathrooms small and the choice of stone in the shower just plain weird. Breakfast in restaurant is really expensive. Rooms are noisy due to nearby railway running all night. I wanted to like the place but just can't recommend it.
"A very good place to stay"
This hotel was recommended by our travel agent, and I am so glad it was. Loved the rustic styling, and especially enjoyed sleeping in such a comfortable bed. We tried dining and breakfasting in the 67restaurant and enjoyed mixed quality of service, which was a shame. The location is good, particularly for the waterfront, but only a few blocks from major attractions too.
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 4:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM