Each of the stylish rooms—some of which boast marvelous views of Seattle’s iconic public library—feature a vineyard-inspired palette of burgundy, taupe, and green hues, with a focus on unique interior design. This oenophile-friendly place also celebrates Washington’s famous wine scene with a hosted wine hour. The attached Tulio Restaurant, which features rustic Italian food crafted with ultrafresh Pacific Northwest ingredients, received a Wine Spectator Award of Excellence in 2014.
Apr 2, 2007
We would definitely stay at this hotel again and will recommend it to everyone. Our room was fantastic. When we checked in I had made a lot of requests re the room (e.g., large room, top floor, away from elevator, king bed, etc.) The only thing that was not accommodated was away from the elevator. However, while we were unpacking we noticed a wet spot on the carpet outside the bathroom. On our way out to explore the city we mentioned this at
the Front Desk and they said they would check it out. When we returned we were informed that the water problem could not be remedied. Would we like to change rooms? I inquired re the new room being as large as the one we had, and she informed us that they would upgrade us to an even bigger room due to the inconvenience. Within half an hour we were settled in the new room. It was wonderful - absolutely no complaints. When we returned from dinner that night (Tulio's in the Hotel is excellent! For both dinner and breakfast. Try the waffle!)there was a plate with grapes, two bottles of water and a nice card, welcoming us back! (We are Kimpton members.) The wireless internet connection was flawless. (I was attending a Conference here.) I had absolutely no problems at all with the connection. The nightly wine tastings were very interesting, since that was one of the draws for us. Washington wine, meeting new people and relaxing between 5 and 6 p.m. was wonderful. All of the staff were polite, professional and inviting. No problem was too hard to solve. Questions never an imposition. We especially enjoyed talking with Francesca, the "Grape Goddess", who hosted the evening wine tastings. So, don't let the one negative comment influence your decision to stay at this hotel. We would return and definitely stay here again. We will remember Seattle fondly thanks to our wonderful stay at the Hotel Vintage Park!