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
"What a treat!"
My third visit to this amazing unique hotel! Always a treat. However for the first time I saw Harbor Seals outside my sound facing room. Super cute! Also, I never get tired of looking at Mr. Rainier and the Olympic Mountain Range on the other side. The Christmas decorations just add another sparkle to this unique hotel. I love to walk so the location is ideal for me. Pike Market is about 10 minutes from here. You can also arrange for the hotel shuttle which runs on the hour. But I took Uber when I did not feel like walking. Don't forget a visit to the restaurant. Another treat! I also took the Washington Ferry to Bainbridge Island - about 25 min walking and the ride there and back is breathtaking. You can see Seattle at it's most gorgeous view with the Cascade Mountain range behind it.
"Near perfection.....just don't order room service if you're hungry"
Second visit for total of ten days and I never want to stay at another Seattle location. Amazing bathroom, beautiful view, great location, attention to detail, delicious food, mostly very helpful staff. Everyone probably deserves a pass but I would not use room service again. After waiting over an hour for our order we tried to call room service again. No answer, finally got front desk who tried to connect with manager. No answer. Finally dressed and went downstairs where restaurant personnel were not to be found. Asked a cocktail waitress for help and waited while she made her rounds but she copped an attitude when I again asked for her help. Negative attitude definitely not representative of most of the staff. We finally did get the meal through the efforts of a very apologetic restaurant manager. Ordered approximately 8:30pm, delivery 10:00pm.
"The name says it all."
I am writing this while relaxing in the lounge waiting for our taxi - and you would swear you were on a ship. A fantastic view across the wide bay dotted with many ferries. The location of the hotel is excellent. It is a short walk to both the fantastic Pike Place Market and in the opposite direction, to the Statue Park and the fabulous Space Needle (this is a Must Do!) The bedrooms are very good with the added bonus of a welcoming gas log fire, lovely to return to after a hard day being a tourist. Two small failings with our bedroom (room number 359) - the hot tap in the basin takes ages to warm and the view from the window overlooks a service area which this morning contained an open bin filled with food rubbish. However, this is an excellent hotel in a wonderful city.
"Excellent Location, Nice views"
Great location, walking distance to pikes place and downtown, right on the water, rooms are nice, I was under the impression per my booking I would have a bath which it did not, shower a bit ackward no adjustment on shower as not to get hair wet, and no shower caps in room, we arrived at 3pm and was told we will check to see if your room is ready' A bit persnickety gentlemen told me at checkin, parking is 41 dollars, more then London or Paris or Switzerland and we were hotel guest, there was a small bottle of water next to coffee maker which I assumed was to make a coffee, which I did and I was charged 4.83 for that small bottle of water, left the window in room open, we had the partial ocean view which was very nice, to get a little ocean breeze when we went to bed that was a mistake, railroad tracks are directly in front of hotel, and the train traveled by all night blaring its horn, I suppose to wake the hobos that are sleeping all along the tracks, my daughter said its my fault I should have closed window and turned on the air condition, hummmm, I don't know about that, other then the train horn all night the hotel was quiet. I am well traveled and do like the location, I should have sleep with window closed brought my shower cap and a friendlier front desk and it would be perfect.
"Business Trip with Pleasure"
I have eaten at the Six Seven restaurant a couple of times and finally decided to stay here during my regular business trip to Seattle. The views are beautiful here and the hotel has an elegant lodge feel. My room had city view with a fireplace and king bed. While it was cozy, there was a musty smell to it which I also detected in the towels and shower. This may have to do with the age. The toilet also was very wobbly and had a chip in it. Updates are definitely needed. I did enjoy the lovely restaurant, the clam chowder was delicious. The free shuttle service was also convenient as I was able to visit El Gaucho and Shiro for dinner a couple of nights. There is a famous photograph of the Beatles fishing from their room many years ago which tells you how long this iconic hotel had been around. With some much needed updates in the rooms, this hotel deserves to be around much longer.
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