PHOTO: Loews Hotel 1000

The Most Technologically Advanced Hotels in Seattle

AnnaMaria Stephens | January 23, 2018

While none of Seattle's hotels are run by robots (yet), there are a few that have high-tech features worth writing about. From media streaming to behind-the-scenes management, these hotels are embracing the future right now. And check back later, because a few new ones are on the horizon. These Seattle hotels are ready for the future with their technology trends.


Marriott Seattle Waterfront

Why it made the list

At this Marriott with stellar water views, all you have to do is sign into your accounts to stream content. Options include Netflix, Hulu, YouTube, Pandora, and Crackle.

Views of Elliott Bay from most rooms and proximity to the cr Read More


The Maxwell Hotel

Why it made the list

By now you'd think streaming media would be a given, but many hotels are still lagging. Maxwell Hotel, part of the Stay Pineapple brand, offers Wi-Fi for unlimited devices and lets guest stream their favorite shows to the in-room HDTV.

Just minutes from Seattle Center, this boutique hotel makes Read More


Hyatt at Olive 8

Why it made the list

The first LEED-certified hotel in Seattle, this high-rise Hyatt takes eco-friendly design seriously with a green roof and numerous high-tech energy and water saving features in rooms.

Clean, comfortable, and convenient: You can't go wrong with Read More


Loews Hotel 1000

Why it made the list

Hotel 1000 has landed on many lists of the country's most high-tech hotels. Artwork, music, temperature, and humidity can be customized by guests. Rooms also feature touchscreen Microsoft Surface tablets and VoIP phones, while infrared sensors let housekeeping know if guests are in. There's even a virtual golf course.

Chic and modern yet warm and inviting, Loews Hotel 1000 is a Read More

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