Sorrento Hotel


  • Serene and classy
  • Fantastic service
  • Great restaurant
  • Fabulous beds
  • Free Downtown car service


  • Not central
  • Rooms are a bit small (though corner suites are commodious)

Published 04/05/2016

Fodor's Review

If you're the type who owns a smoking jacket, names aged Scotch as your poison, or wants to pretend you're on the set of a period piece, look no further than this Italianate hotel built in 1909—though guest rooms are as light as the common areas are dark, with only a few tasseled pillows and antique furnishings. The immediate area is not terribly attractive, but it's convenient to both Downtown and Capitol Hill. The rich wood-paneled lobby and Fireside Room—a perfect spot for a martini on a rainy night—are visions of old-world elegance, and the Hunt Club serves excellent Pacific Northwest dishes. This property is a short hike uphill from the center of Downtown but there is a courtesy shuttle.

Hotel Information


900 Madison St., Seattle, Washington, 98104, United States

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206-622–6400; 800-426–1265

Hotel Details:

  • 34 rooms, 42 suites
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 04/05/2016


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