Hotels in Washington
The comfortable B&B makes up for its simplicity with views of Silver Lake and Mount St. Helens.
For total Victorian immersion book a four-poster bed at the turreted hotel.
Set on 3,000 acres, the hotel attracts active-minded guests and has 40 miles of trails best explored by guided horseback. The lodge staff can also arrange sporting activities from fly-fishing to snowshoeing.
You don’t have to love art galleries, vintage-boutique shopping, or indie-rock concerts to enjoy staying at the Max—but it sure helps.
The boldly decorated suites range from the crisp white linens and dark woods to opulence and all-red walls.
The hotel's rooms have high ceilings, crown molding, and marble soaking tubs.
Incredible Elliott Bay and Puget Sound vistas are the draw at this 70-room hotel (which, yes, sits right next to the famous Pike Place Market). The best way to enjoy them: sipping coffee or a cocktail from a teak lounge chair on the fifth-floor deck.
The property is the only beachfront hotel in the park, opt for one of the ocean-view log cabins.
Unveiled in 2006, this Belltown boutique hotel is housed in the extensively renovated site of a circa-1940’s Women’s Army Corps transfer station. The building itself was built in the 1920s to house efficiency apartments but has since been updated with locally sourced timber and stone accents.