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Salish Lodge & Spa - Snoqualmie Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
C$327

Salish Lodge & Spa

6501 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie - Map
 
 
"five years in a row now."
We have stayed there five years in a row for our anniversaries. It provides a perfect environment. The deluxe rooms, away from the parking lot view is the only way to go. I have traveled all over the world for many years and these are the best bed in the business, best views in the business, most comfortable and romantic rooms in the business. The formal restaurant very pricey and not so great. The casual restaurant is very good and reasonably priced. Great walking trails fantastic views a really romantic experience can be had.
Traveller from from Seattle, retired in SoCal
Willows Lodge - Woodinville Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
C$440

Willows Lodge

14580 Ne 145th St, Woodinville - Map
 
 
"Northwest Pleasure"
From the valet to the front desk, to the housekeeping staff, the restaurant staff, everyone is out to make this your best experience ever. as far as the room, you will have some of the best sleep you have ever had. This is truly a oasis away from your life and a great opportunity to recharge. The location is so perfect to the winery's, outdoor recreation and wonderful dining.
Traveller from Pensacola, FL
Auberge de Seattle, French Country Inn - Woodinville Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
C$276

Auberge de Seattle, French Country Inn

16400 216 Ave. N.E., Woodinville - Map
 
 
"One night at the Auberge"
While touring Woodinville I decided it would be a good idea to get a room nearby and get a cab because the festivities that were taking shape during day were sure to evolve into a great night on the town. The honeymoon suite was the only room available and I went ahead and took it. After we arrived Nancy greeted us and showed us a wonderful room complete with a king bed, a jetted tub for two and huge shower with two shower heads. I would love to have the bathroom at my own house. Well, we checked in at about 5 PM and forgot about the festivities in town. Tucked back in the woods off the beaten path this place is a great getaway. Super relaxing without a care in the world we chilled for the rest of the night. Nancy brought some orange wine that was very tasty followed by a really amazing rice pudding. The next morning she brought fresh baked pastries for breakfast. Yum!
A Traveller
Sleeping Bulldog Bed and Breakfast - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars

Sleeping Bulldog Bed and Breakfast

816 19th Avenue South, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Fantastic all around"
We stay in B&B's whenever we travel, so we have seen a lot of different inns and I think this is one of the best. We stayed in the New Orleans room and it actually looks better and bigger than the pictures show. Here are all of the things that made it so great: - everything is new - the owners and staff were great and very helpful - Keurig coffee machine in the room and unlimited free snacks in the hall - very comfortable bed - delicious breakfast - Mojo and Monte (the bulldogs) - great view of downtown The only negative I can come up with is that breakfast is just for one hour so if the inn is full there can be a wait for a spot to eat. The neighborhood down on Ranier is a little sketchy, but the closer neighborhood around the inn is just fine. Parking is on the street in this residential neighborhood, but we never had a problem finding a spot. We would definitely stay here again.
A Traveller
Hotel Sorrento - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
C$460

Hotel Sorrento

900 Madison St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Very convenient"
It's an older hotel that has been nicely kept. One Strength is the excellent staff, so friendly and helpful. The room and bed are very comfortable. The bathroom is attractively done in white marble, I think. My only complaint would be that the bathroom floor was extremely slippery! We slid almost as soon as our feet hit the floor. We placed the bathmats on the surfaces to minimize the slickness. I would recommend a rubber based mat to prevent someone from falling. THis was room 204 so I don't know if all the rooms are that way. My husband likes the room dark and the curtains were heavier than sheers but still let in light. Otherwise, we walked easily from there and the staff was superb. I would definitely stay there again.
Traveller from ALaska
Inn at the Market - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Inn at the Market

86 Pine St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Fantastic stay in a fantastic city "
The best bed I have ever had in a hotel. Would love to take it home with me! Great view from 'partial view ' room. Walking distance to good restaurants and many tourist attractions.
Traveller from Germany
The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel

Pier 67, 2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Location! Right next to the Victoria Clipper pier"
The Edgewater was easy to reach using the light rail transportation system from the airport. We didn't have a rental car for our overnight stay but it wasn't a problem to walk a couple of blocks to the infamous Pikes Market to browse through their booths and shops. Lots of restaurants to suit any palate. The room we had was called a city view and we enjoyed the lights of the Space Needle twinkling that evening. The reason we were in Seattle for one night was to catch the Victoria Clipper excursion the next morning. We could see the pier from our room's balcony. Easy access for our morning boarding. We enjoyed our stay.
A Traveller
Linda's by the Lake - Maple Valley Hotels
Rating: 2.5 Stars

Linda's by the Lake

25616 Lake Wilderness Lane SE, Maple Valley - Map
 
 
"Amazing Bed and Breakfast on the shore of a lake"
The best we have ever stayed in! We cannot say enough good things about this place. Linda was lovely, chatted when she saw us but left us to our own devises the rest of the time. We were provided with just about everything we could have needed and more! We were greeted with a snack when we arrived and not only breakfast every day but snack food as much as we needed too. The room was beautifully clean with also everything it was possible to need, DVD player, writing paper and pen, books to read, games just to name a few. The house is on the the shore of the beautiful Lake Wilderness which was so peaceful and quiet - fantastic for sitting on the jetty with a glass of wine in the evening. The view from the private (to the room) covered patio is divine. DO NOT miss out on a chance to stay here! We will be going back if we are in this area again, it is much much better than any hotel we have ever stayed in.
Traveller from Cheltenham UK
Alexis Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Alexis Hotel, a Kimpton Hotel

1007 1st Ave, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Great location, staff went above and beyond."
The hotel itself was great...clean, great location and nice size rooms with comfortable bedding. It was the level of service that made it 5 stars. At the last minute we needed another room as my husbands flight was canceled, and they offered us a discounted rate immediately. When the computer showed only queens available, they upgraded my husband to a king suite for same discounted rate. The next night we had an additional person added to our room, so we asked if we could move to a room with double beds and a couch which they said no problem, and when I asked what the upcharge would be, they said we could have it for same rate which was very reasonable to begin with. The room ended up being the size of a small apartment with full size kitchen and living room. The front desk staff was so nice and helpful accommodating our needs without charging us what I'm sure was a big difference in room rates, I'd definitely stay there again.
Traveller from jax, fl
Hotel 1000 - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.5 Stars

Hotel 1000

1000 1st Ave, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Nice Seattle Get a Way!"
This hotel was absolutely what we needed 1st time in Seattle. The whole vibe and ambiance of the place just screams RELAX!!!! Every single last staff person spoke to us no matter what time of the day it was. There was even a point in our stay when my GF wanted to reheat some food she brought back to the room (she's such a lightweight eater!) And the staff actually brought her a microwave to the room!!!!! Now that's service! I would without ANY doubts stay there over and over again! Did I say you are gonna love the vibe?!!!!!
Traveller from CHICAGO ILLINOIS

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    Romantic Hotel Guide in Seattle

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