Hotels in Washington
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A dramatic winery resort with low-slung mini-villas built along a cliff side.
Paradise Inn, a grand national park lodge, reopened in May 2008 after two years of renovations.
The call of the wild meets upscale comfort at Alderbrook Resort & Spa, two hours west of Seattle.
Located in downtown minutes from the Seattle Art Museum and Pike Place Market, the Four Seasons hotel has a discreet side-street entrance leading to a lobby with sweeping views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains.
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.
For total Victorian immersion book a four-poster bed at the turreted hotel.
The hotel's rooms have high ceilings, crown molding, and marble soaking tubs.
At the new Hotel Murano, each of the 21 guest-floors honors a different artist (from Australian Cockburn to Chihuly), and rooms are filled with one-of-a-kind handblown pieces.
The Hotel Vintage Park honors the Washington wine country by dedicating each room to a local winery and vineyard. Warm merlot hues and light golden chardonnay tones highlight the fabrics and accent the furniture in the 11-story boutique hotel.
Situated on Lake Union’s southern shore, this 184-room hotel has panoramic views of the waterfront and city skyline. The guest rooms are basic in style, but most overlook the lake and come equipped with free Wi-Fi and 42-inch plasma TV’s. Some also have gas fireplaces and oversize Jacuzzi tubs.
The cool, Old Havana style of this boutique hotel might tempt you to light up a cigar (even though it, like all Seattle hotels, is nonsmoking).
This B&B has water views and a bright, unfussy decor.
These cottages are no longer rental units, but are for sale.