Hotels in Washington
Set on more than 6,000 acres of forested terrain filled with meadows and rushing rivers just 80 miles southeast of Seattle, Washington’s Suncadia Resort is the ideal mountain retreat for couples or families.
Adjacent to the Washington State Convention Center, the 425-room, Grand Hyatt is a big hotel that flaunts a number of boutique-hotel flourishes (like Marble-clad, four-piece baths feature shower enclosures and deep, soaker tubs).
A short walk from the Bainbridge Island ferry, the inn surrounds a small garden, with cozy interiors that feature overstuffed armchairs and Oriental rugs. The rooms have cushy beds and sofas, and DVD players.
No car required here.
A dramatic winery resort with low-slung mini-villas built along a cliff side.
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.
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.
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.
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.