February 12, 2018 for 3 nights for 2 adults.
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The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel in Seattle, Washington
Our Seattle hotel is in the heart of downtown, so you'll be within walking distance to the city's favorite sites. But you just might decide to relax right here, soaking up the view beside a river-rock fireplace.
The shimmering city is behind you. Beautiful Elliott Bay is right at your feet. The Edgewater Hotel is Seattle's only luxury waterfront hotel, with dramatic views of Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains and the downtown skyline, and a location right on Pier 67 at the city's dynamic doorstep. The heart and soul of Seattle is only steps away. This is Seattle luxury lodging, with knotty-pine furniture, river-rock fireplaces and urban and wilderness landscapes, just outside your hotel window.
Location of The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel
Nearest Airport: SEA
Amenities for The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel
- General Information
- 223 Guest Rooms
- Pet Friendly
- Room Service
- On-Site Amenities
- 24-Hour Fitness Center
- In-Room Amenities
- Mini Bar
- Coffee & Tea Facilities
- Meeting Rooms
- Business Services
Reviews for The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel
We enjoyed ourselves a great deal at the Edgewater Hotel. The ocean is literally outside the great big wall of windows, in the lounge. Two beautiful fireplaces too. Very comfortable lounge area. We were able to order food in this area without having to go into the bar area. Which is a big deal to me. The rooms and whole hotel were clean and comfortable.
tvalnt9 - Cali
This hotel was recommended by work colleagues who I'm wondering whether or not they've actually stayed there. Was given a "Garden View" room upon check-in. First, there is no garden view. It's a view of a street and train tracks. The train tracks run right next to the hotel (think of the scene from My Cousin Vinny. Not joking). The room comes equipped with complimentary ear plugs because of this (again, not joking). The matteresses in the room were shot. I haven't had back problems in a while and these beds brought those aches back. The heat in the room is generated by a gas fireplace that is somehow synched to the thermostat that you have to adjust. No one tells you this upon check-in. So you wind up freezing your tush off because there are no instructions and the fan that's constantly blowing can only blow cold air... and loudly. Go figure. The positives: The view of the water on the other side of the building by the restaurant is pleasant. The food in the restaurant is pricey but very, very good. So if you just want to go to the hotel for the view and food, you won't be disappointed. If you're going to stay overnight... there are probably better options.
stfnwlf - New Jersey
Very nice hotel, well decorated, restaurant & bar w/ room service, location couldnâ€™t have been better & valet parking on site! Walking distance to any & everything you could possibly want to go see or do. Great park & walking path just a block from the doors. Directly on the Puget Sound. Room was very well done w/ gas fireplace. Staff was amazing. Best hotel yet that I have stayed at when in Seattle. Would highly recommend.
This is a nice hotel right in the water with a fireplace in the room. I like the location and closeness to downtown and the wharf. Restaurants are nearby and Lyft was handy (and cheaper than taxi to get to the airport). Recommend for couples, families and biz travel
rdhfn - Walla Walla, Washington
We had very good stay at The Edgewater Hotel in Seattle. The room and facilities were cleaned; the staff was very professional. We had dinner at the hotel's restaurant ''Six Seven" the food was excellent, so were the servers, they made our dining experience fabulous. I recommend both the hotel and the Six Seven restaurant. Most of the rooms have a view of Elliott Bay or the city skyline. The hotel is near many of Seattle's landmarks and attractions.
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