Fodor's Expert Review Thompson Seattle

110 Stewart St., Seattle, Washington, 98101, USA Fodor's Choice

Designed by local starchitects Olson Kundig, the 12-story Thompson Seattle is the most stylish newcomer to Seattle's hotel scene, with a contemporary glass exterior and sophisticated guest rooms that feature floor-to-ceiling windows, hardwood floors, a crisp white-and-navy palette, and leather and smoked-glass accents. For a splurge, premium water view rooms look out on Pike Place Market and the Puget Sound. An emerald-velvet sectional in the art book-filled lobby catches the eye, as do the Pacific Northwest-themed touches throughout the design-savvy hotel. The Thompson's destination-worthy restaurant Scout offers impeccable service and regional cuisine, while hugely popular rooftop bar and outdoor living room The Nest serves up craft cocktails and unbeatable views.

PROS

  • perfect for the style obsessed
  • very close to Pike Place Market
  • top-notch on-site dining and drinks

CONS

  • blazing afternoon sun in some rooms
  • some small rooms
  • floor beneath rooftop bar can be noisy

QUICK FACTS

Hotel
New, Trendy, Views
Sceney
Central
Design
$$$

HOTEL INFO

Phones: 206-623–4600

HOTEL DETAILS

151 rooms, 7 suites
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