From the moment you walk into the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, you will know that you booked at the right place! The location is perfect, the service is phenomenal, and there are several delicious dining options. We went as a couple, but the hotel is also great for business travelers, friends, and families. Like Seattle, the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle has something for everyone!
The Location of The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
You really couldn’t choose a better location than the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle. It’s in the center of downtown, thus you are within walking distance of several attractions. The hotel is only a block from the iconic Pike Place Market. This proximity makes it easier to optimize your time at the Market. For instance, you can plan to go early in the morning to the “first” Starbucks or the popular bakery, Piroshky Piroshky, so you avoid the long lines. And come back later to explore the other parts.
In addition, the hotel is right across the street from the Seattle Art Museum and Seattle’s Great Wheel. It’s so close that we could see both venues and the beautiful waterfront from our room.
Perhaps, you want to venture out to see more of the city like the Seattle Space Needle, Kerry Park, or check out some of the diverse neighborhoods like Central District or Capitol Hill. You’d only be about a 20-minute car ride away.
The Rooms at The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
I don’t know about you, but I love a room with a view and a deep soaking tub, especially on special occasion trips! At the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, you don’t have to wait until a special occasion or pay an additional fee for either feature. All 147 of the beautiful rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with marble bathrooms and deep soaking tubs. Each room also has rain shows, integrated TV screens in the bathroom mirrors, and L’Occitane Almond products (The oil bath gel smells and feels fantastic).
Another thing that makes the rooms unique is that they feature local artwork from Northwest artists. The pieces were reproduced from the collection at the Seattle Art Museum.
Food and Drink at The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
There are four dining options to choose from in the hotel: Goldfinch Tavern, In-Room Bistro, Infinity Pool, and Bar and Eventide.
This restaurant is a partnership between Four Seasons and Chef Ethan Stowell, Seattle native, multiple times James Beard nominee, and Ethan Stowell Restaurant Group owner owner. So you already know that you’re in for a treat when dining here! The restaurant is open for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Saturday/Sunday brunch. The signature items are Half-Shell Oysters, Beet & Dungeness Crab Salad, Hamachi Crudo, and Fennel-Crusted Halibut.
We came for the Sunday brunch and loved it! The Sunday brunch includes 3-courses and bottomless mimosas for $59 per person. We both enjoyed our food and recommend everything that we ordered: For appetizers, we had the Goldfinch Chowder and Roasted Vegetables and Quinoa Salad. For entrees, we had the Lobster Omelet and Grilled Coulotte Steak. For dessert, we had the trio. (Love that they don’t make choose only one dessert!)
You can order from the In-Room Bistro from 6 am-9 pm, and it’s super convenient. You can place your order on the phone or directly from the app. With floor-to-ceiling windows in your room and your bed only steps away, this is the perfect option for a scenic yet, relaxing meal.
We ordered breakfast one morning from the app and loved how convenient it was. That day, we started the morning with a walk, came back to the room to change into our swimming suits, and sent a text message requesting breakfast. Then we went to hang out in the rooftop jacuzzi and came back to a wonderful spread with a view!
Infinity Pool and Bar
If sipping a drink by the pool and taking in great views sounds like a good time then try the Infinity Pool and Bar. It’s one of the hotel’s most laid-back options, with the signature dish being the Goldfinch Burger. The hours are from 11 am-5 pm.
This is the perfect place for taking in the sunset and enjoying fresh seafood. The signature dishes are the Shrimp Aguachile, Eventide Seafood Platter, and the Pacific Northwest Cioppino. The hours are 5 am-8:30 pm.
The Spa at the The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
If you are in search of one of the best spas in Seattle, look no further! Here you can indulge in the pampering that you deserve. They offer massages, facials, body treatments, manicures, and pedicures. Leslie said that this was one of his favorite massage experiences, and it was definitely one of the best manicures that I’ve had. My Luxe Manicure included 50 minutes of exfoliation, hydration masque, paraffin treatment, and long-lasting nail polish by Dazzle Dry.
The Service at The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
The Four Seasons brand is known for its outstanding service and the Four Season Hotel Seattle was no exception. Every request is executed in a timely fashion with excellence. The concierge prides itself on being able to plan/find just about anything. So feel free to come to them with your big ideas if you are planning a surprise or creating a special moment.
Our stay at the Four Seasons Hotel Seattle was hosted. But, all opinions are our own.
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