Seattle is one of those cities that should definitely be high on your list of places to visit, and if you are keen to make the trip, you will be pleased to hear that there are plenty of options when it comes to places to stay, particularly if you are looking for something with a unique flavor.
The Hotel Max has a very artistic feel to it. Every part of the hotel features unique artwork created by local artists. The hotel also features a whole floor that is dedicated to the city’s indie record label, Sub Pop Records. With a variety of room types available, there is something to suit most budgets, and you can even take along the family dog.
The Ace Hotel is great if you are looking to save a little money. Think of it as occupying a unique category between a hostel and a boutique hotel. The hotel is in the Belltown neighborhood, one of the trendiest parts of Seattle – great if you want to be close to all the top restaurants and bars.
For a hotel that features the city’s heritage, the Hotel Andra is a must. It has rooms with Scandinavian décor, and once again, the work of local artists is prominent here. The stone fireplace in the lobby is a big attraction and offers a warm welcome.
If history is your thing, then the Pensione Nichols is worth a visit. Not the cheapest of accommodation, this is a B&B that occupies two floors of a building that dates back more than a hundred years. Decorated with English antiques, this has a real old-fashioned feel.
Finally, why not go hi-tech? The Hotel 1000 has some of the latest technology, including personalization of rooms (art, music, and temperature control), a virtual golf room, and infrared scanners. All of this means that you need to splash a little more cash than for most places in the city!