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The Edgewater Hotel Seattle

The Edgewater Hotel Seattle

4 Stars

2411 Alaskan Way 67 Seattle WA 98121


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Rating criteria
Rating
Cleanliness 3
Facilities 1
Service 2
Location 5
Pricing 2
Overall 2.6
Boasting picturesque views of Olympic Mountains and Elliot Bay, The Edgewater Hotel Seattle makes for a suitable retreat for travellers looking for tranquil accommodations yet with easy access to local attractions in this Washington coastal city. Vacationers at this posh Seattle hotel marvel at the cityscape at Space Needle after stopping by Seattle Art Museum. Tourists can take photos around Olympic Sculpture Park or browse stores at Pike Place Market.

Location
The Edgewater Hotel is positioned on Alaskan Way 67, close to Seattle city centre and Amtrak Train Station and less than six miles from Boeing Field-King County International Airport. Holidaymakers view marine species at Seattle Aquarium or have leisure strolls around Myrtle Edwards Park.

Rooms
All 223 plush Pacific Northwest rooms and suites come with mini bar, coffee maker, fireplace and spa bathroom with glass encased shower. Some units have living area and balcony.

Restaurant
At The Edgewater Seattle Hotel, patrons feast on scrumptious dishes at the in-house Six Seven Restaurant. Unwind while sipping cocktails at the on-site bar.

General
The Edgewater Hotel Seattle features flexible meeting venues that can accommodate up to 300 people and wireless Internet access. Valet parking is also available at an added charge at this pet-friendly property. Guests can work out at the fitness centre or browse products at Shop on The Edge on site.

Additional Information

  • NOTE: Valet parking costs $39 per night plus taxes.

Hotel Facilities

  • Banquet Facilities
  • Concierge
  • Internet Access - High Speed
  • Restaurant
  • Bar / Lounge
  • Conference Facilities
  • Lobby
  • Room Service
  • Business Centre
  • Gym / Fitness Facilities
  • Parking Facilities (At Cost)

Room Facilities

  • Colour TV
  • Iron / Ironing Board
  • Ensuite / Private Bathroom
  • Telephone
  • Hairdryer

The Edgewater Hotel Seattle Guest Reviews (49)


The Edgewater Hotel Seattle
1 out of 5

Horrible experience,didn't receive the room we booked. Customer service was very poor and they didn't help us with our questions.

mrbryantpark wrote on January 31, 2013


The Edgewater Hotel Seattle
3 out of 5

The hotel was nice and the room was in good shape. Paid for a water view room and while it was on the water side it was looking at the building/facility next to the hotel (the room was closer to the street than out on the water). I don't think I would pay the extra for the water side again. I thought paying around $45 a night for parking was way to much also. Also there was no hot water for around 20 minutes on the morning we were checking out cause of a problem with the boiler. Would have rated it a 2.5 star if it was a option.

it was okay wrote on January 10, 2012


The Edgewater Hotel Seattle
3 out of 5

I have stayed at The Edgewater a couple times before and it has always been a good experience. I was disappointed this time. I book a king size bed on the water side of the hotel. Once I got to the hotel I was told that they could only guaratee the view and not the room ammenities. My girlfreind and I had to settle for two twins instead of the King size bed. It was quite the let down.

ChevyChevelle69 wrote on January 3, 2012


The Edgewater Hotel Seattle
5 out of 5

The Edgewater Hotel was a wonderful place to spend a romantic getaway for my husband and myself. The atmosphere is incredible and the feeling that you are suspended over the water and can just sit on your deck and watch the ships go by is amazing. A holiday boat, complete with Christmas lights, came by to the delight of many. The staff was delightful and most helpful.

O.J. wrote on January 3, 2012


The Edgewater Hotel Seattle
4 out of 5

This place had great location and the staff was amazing. The lobby and bar were so pretty. The room was a bit smaller than I thought from the online pic. I left my credit card at the bar and security called immediately to let me know they had it. Over all I would stay there again.

First time to Seattle wrote on January 3, 2012


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Overall Guest Rating

Overall2.6 out of 5
Cleanliness3 out of 5
Facilities1 out of 5
Service2 out of 5
Location5 out of 5
Pricing2 out of 5

The Edgewater Hotel Seattle Guest Reviews

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1 out of 5

Horrible experience,didn't receive the room we booked. Customer service was very poor and they didn't help us with our questions.

Review by: mrbryantpark
Date stayed January 31, 2013

3 out of 5

The hotel was nice and the room was in good shape. Paid for a water view room and while it was on the water side it was looking at the building/facility next to the hotel (the room was closer to the street than out on the water). I don't think I would pay the extra for the water side again. I thought paying around $45 a night for parking was way to much also. Also there was no hot water for around 20 minutes on the morning we were checking out cause of a problem with the boiler. Would have rated it a 2.5 star if it was a option.

Review by: it was okay
Date stayed January 10, 2012

3 out of 5

I have stayed at The Edgewater a couple times before and it has always been a good experience. I was disappointed this time. I book a king size bed on the water side of the hotel. Once I got to the hotel I was told that they could only guaratee the view and not the room ammenities. My girlfreind and I had to settle for two twins instead of the King size bed. It was quite the let down.

Review by: ChevyChevelle69
Date stayed January 3, 2012

5 out of 5

The Edgewater Hotel was a wonderful place to spend a romantic getaway for my husband and myself. The atmosphere is incredible and the feeling that you are suspended over the water and can just sit on your deck and watch the ships go by is amazing. A holiday boat, complete with Christmas lights, came by to the delight of many. The staff was delightful and most helpful.

Review by: O.J.
Date stayed January 3, 2012

4 out of 5

This place had great location and the staff was amazing. The lobby and bar were so pretty. The room was a bit smaller than I thought from the online pic. I left my credit card at the bar and security called immediately to let me know they had it. Over all I would stay there again.

Review by: First time to Seattle
Date stayed January 3, 2012

5 out of 5

We were excited about staying at the Edgewater, a Seattle icon. We actually had a great time, including dinner at the Six Seven restaurant which was excellent. What all three of us were disappointed in was how the room was decorated. The theme was a cabin type look, very casual. We had expected more modern. The beds were comfortable and I appreciated all the pillows! The bathroom was great except the lighting left a lot to be desired. And the light that came on automatically when you open the closet door was pretty awesome! Of course the view of Elliot Bay was incredible and we spent a few hours watching the boats coming and going. Glad we stayed there once. Not sure we would do it again.

Review by: December in the NW
Date stayed January 2, 2012

4 out of 5

Good hotel to live in. Step out in the balcony, you can see the beautiful sea, bridges and ships. It is worthy to visit again.

Review by: Winton
Date stayed December 30, 2011

4 out of 5

The hotel was in a great area, very walkable. They also offer a little shuttle to in-town locations. The room was cute and comfortable. The only problem was that we had trouble shutting the heater off in the room and it was fairly loud outside our room.

Review by: mhol
Date stayed December 27, 2011

4 out of 5

Location location location! Hotel is right on the pier and by the public market. Beautiful view from ocean front rooms. Parking is $35 a day which is ridiculous but the most outrageous is the charge for wifi. It costs $9.95 a day PER device. My family had 2 smart phones and an iPad and it was $9.95 a day . There should be a room rate or discount rate and the clerk merely said we should have more than wifi accessibility.

Review by: Cmonet17
Date stayed December 27, 2011

5 out of 5

Nice and roomy with a fireplace and a big window view of the waterfront. Cordial, helpful staff and delicious food.

Review by: Momita
Date stayed December 20, 2011

4 out of 5

I was super impressed by the dining experience (make sure you dress slightly more than casual) As long as you're not taking the staircases, every angle of this hotel is exquisite. My wife loved the in-room robes. If you have the opportunity, request for a Bay side room. It may be a little pricier but on a beautiful day, it can't be beat. And finally, if you're into the classics of Rock. They have a section of their lounge paying homage to Orbison, Zeppelin, Beach Boys, Beatles and all who is famous to rock that have stayed at the Edgewater in the past.

Review by: Honor Glow
Date stayed December 20, 2011

4 out of 5

I used a deal to spend my birthday in luxury. The waterfront view room was a must to watch the sunset and ferries. The shower was amazing and the bed was most comfortable. The fireplace provided heat and ambiance in a rustic styled room. Very clean and the staff and service were top notch. Even though I live in Seattle I look forward to my next stay the Edgewater!

Review by: seattle stay
Date stayed December 20, 2011

4 out of 5

We stayed at the Edgewater and had a great Seattle experience The hotel has a shuttle service to take you anywhere We hit six lounges and had a great time . The next day we walked to Pike Place Market. The hotel is very Comfy .

Review by: Leeds
Date stayed December 15, 2011

4 out of 5

Very Good,nice location, are right over the ocean in the ocean view rooms. watch the boats coming in.

Review by: Jbeb
Date stayed December 14, 2011

5 out of 5

The rooms are small but very quaint and cozy. The location along the waterfront is very convenient to the rest of downtown and the hotel offers a free shuttle.

Review by: The Stork
Date stayed December 14, 2011

5 out of 5

This hotel is on the waterfront. Even though we had a fanastic city view of the space needle etc decked out in holiday lights, we also had a partial view of the water and Olympic Mountains. Room service is very reasonable. Very nice hotel :)

Review by: Joyfulness
Date stayed December 13, 2011

3 out of 5

Although we had a pre-paid voucher for the accommodation, the hotel still authorised two amounts on my credit card. Be careful that this does not tie up your money. The hotel was lovely, and had a beautiful view. It was quite a walk into downtown Seattle, but could be done. Breakfast was lovely, but dinner at night was overpriced.

Review by: Big Red Jet
Date stayed December 10, 2011

4 out of 5

A very hotel with an excellent location right on the water a few sort blocks from Pike Place Market. A very friendly and helpful staff to take care of your every need. The restaurant serves delicious breakfasts. Parking at $30something bucks a day was a bit steep, though.

Review by: Unclevito
Date stayed December 8, 2011

4 out of 5

Not only does a pleasant, helpful valet staff greet you, but there's a fire in the outdoor fireplace and a fountain! The hotel staff were courteous and efficient; the rooms were excellently stocked, comfortable, and squeaky clean; the hotel bar and dining room offered well-rounded, delicious fare; the lobby had lots of cozy, quiet areas to sit and enjoy the fire, the Christmas decorations, a board game, or just the view outside the windows. We enjoyed ourselves immensely.

Review by: skmt
Date stayed November 30, 2011

5 out of 5

We thoroughly enjoyed our stay at the Edgewater, and will stay again.

Review by: aconci
Date stayed November 30, 2011

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