The W Seattle is like an aging hipster—it once set the bar for Seattle's trendy hotels, and, although its cool has been eclipsed by newer properties like Hotel 1000, it still thinks it can reel in the stylish with minimal effort. That said, it's still fun if you can get a good deal. Deep couches and custom-designed chess tables encourage lingering around the fireplace in the lobby, and the hotel bar—popular with guests and locals—has DJs, a sushi bar, and two nightly happy hours. Guest room decor is a bit on the austere side, with geometric prints to lighten things up.
Jan 14, 2007
We've stayed here twice and love it. The service is always friendly and consistantly good. Although I liked it the moment we entered the lobby from valet, I fell in love when we entered our corner room. Great views of the city through huge windows. I could spend hours on the chaise in the corner just watching. The bed is everything you would expect from Westin... Amazing... even the linens were great. Room service and the restaurant totally deliver
the goods as well. All I can say is Great Great Great!!!