Wonderful hotel with plenty of charm and character and updated to feel modern and newer. Amazing location and view of the water, islands, and activity going out. Our room was a little far down the hall, with our view partially obstructed by a steel platform in the water - not very attractive. That said, the room was lovely, the fireplace was a nice touch. The bar and restaurant - was the Place to Be. The food is Amazing.Comment of W. Michael , United States the 2016-10-10
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
"Edgewater Hotel - How Did We Even Get A Room'"
We stayed two nights at the Edgewater Hotel in Seattle this week (4/16 & 17) having found a reasonable price for a bay-view room. The Edgewater is a hotel that combines a funky-elegant Northwest decor updated, but not spoiled, by the best of a modern hostelry. When they say on the water, you are actually on a pier (67) and if you drop your drink out the screenless window, it will splash (unless the swooping seagulls grab it first). The room had (really!) 12 or 15 foot ceilings and northwoods decor on the furniture; funky and cool! The gas fireplace looked like a real fireplace and worked perfectly. The bathroom was ..exquisite with stone floors and lower walls, see-through shower and a big curved bath with doors that opened so you could soak and still look at the water. And then the service - helpful, knowledgeable but not obsequious or pressing - every suggestion, even by a new guy, was spot on. The room and the view where so inviting that, despite this being my wife's first trip to Seatlle, we stayed in both nights and ordered food (very good - as was breakfast) so we could enjoy the sunset and the brilliant Ferris Wheel that cast a colored beam across the bay. Parking was available on site but $$ ($40/day) if you want valet. B/c Edgewater is so close to Pikes Market, Pioneer, the ballparks - we found that we could have left the car for $15/day in a no in/out lot and walked or called there shuttle (which we did). Highest marks - will stray no where else next time up. Jim & Karen C (San Diego)
"treat yourself to a waterfront room with fire place"
Its a room that you have a hard time leaving but a such a treat to come home to... You can stick your shoulders out the window and look into the ocean directly below...What a place to watch storms. Highly recommend a stay, even if you can only do one night.
I stayed here as a solo traveller in December and it was the most beautiful hotel I have ever stayed in. I loved it. Electric fire in the room that looked like a real log fire, views of the water and the Space Needle. Beautiful Christmas decorations. A lovely reception area to sit and watch the water, the ferry boats and the seals that liked to swim passed the windows. Within walking distance to Pike Place Market and the Space Needle and a Starbucks within a 5 minute walk. Very helpful employees. Clean, just perfect in every way. I fell in love with Seattle and if I am ever lucky enough to return, it is this hotel I will be coming back to.
"In the Middle of Wonderful"
You get a taste of everything from this hotel - it's slightly rustic (great room with tons of wood and a great view, a fireplace) and upscale (fancy shop and eats). You can rent bikes to ride around, or walk to the Olympic Sculpture Garden and see the Space Needle. You can walk up the hill a bit and get to the outer Belltown with restaurants, bars and tattoo parlors. Walk up the waterfront and you can get to the Ferris Wheel, Pikes Market, the ferries to West Seattle or Bainbridge...it's a great spot to explore from. You get to see the water if you're on the waterfront side (worth it IMHO) and I'd recommend the room with the bathtub. One thing I was disappointed with was - I had called ahead and mentioned it was my hubby's birthday and could they do something special at breakfast the next morning' The person assured me they would. I was excited by this bit of personalized service but it didn't come to pass.
"Charming hotel in downtown"
The Edgewater Hotel is located on the water of Elliott Bay. And I mean ON the water. As soon as you enter the lobby, you'll be captivated by the view. The hotel has a new feel to it. The restaurant and rooms are newly renovated and don't have that tired look to them. The rooms are quiet and the bathrooms look great. The location is great. Although it's away from the hustle and bustle of downtown, you're only a short walk away. Pike Place and the original Starbucks is only a 10 minute walk and Safeco Field is about a 40 minute walk. If you're headed to Seattle, I highly recommend it!
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