The Four Seasons, Seattle
8.5 / 10
The Four Seasons Hotel in Seattle has incredible views and an incredible location making it a premiere destination for anyone visiting the city.
Welcome to Seattle, a historica city founded in 1851. Seattle’s geography is somewhat unique as it is surrounded by water, mountains, and forest, with thousands of acres of parkland to enjoy. Seattle is a city rich in culture and easy-going lifestyles, known for its rainy days and sleepless nights fueled by locally roasted coffees. There is probably no better place to explore and enjoy all that Seattle has to offer than The Four Seasons Hotel.
If you are looking to spend a few days in the Pacific Northwest, you may want to check out The Four Seasons of Seattle. The hotel is synonymous with luxury from its elegant modern rooms to its upscale amenities. If extravagance and a high-dose of comfort is an essential part of your travel experience, this hotel is definitely a good place to check out.
The Four Seasons offers all the accommodations you could think of along with an amazingly beautiful and cozy place to sleep. The contemporary, yet timeless luxury guestrooms have floor-to-ceiling windows that frame a gorgeous expanse of Seattle’s Elliott Bay and include a spacious marble bathroom with an integrated TV in the mirror. A deep soaking tub separated from the rain shower gives you all the comfort and privacy you need.
Conveniently located near town centers, you have access to local bars and shops, all of which are just a few minutes walk from The Four Seasons. If soaking up some sunshine is more your thing, you may want to check out the lovely infinity pool that seems to extend straight into glistening Elliott Bay. They also offer a private soak in the jetted hot tub. When it comes to after dark activities, consider treating yourself to an evening on the terrace that featuring a whirlpool spa, fireplace, and cabana seating where dining and cocktail service are available. The Goldfinch Tavern provides guests with high-end locally-inspired cuisine. There you can enjoy delicious seafood and steak dishes cooked by world-renowned chef Ethan Stowell. If you are looking for something lighter or a bit more informal, they also provide a great happy hour with an excellent assortment of cocktails.
Last, but not least, The Four Seasons Hotel Seattle has a 24-hour fitness center where you can work out at the gym or make use of the steam room or hot tub.
If you like art, you can take a tour of famous artist Dale Chihuly’s Boathouse on Lake Union where you’ll see his colorful creations in progress. You can even make a visit to his studio, where his intriguing installations come to life. There’s even a chocolate tour for you and your loved one to enjoy together. Upon request, The Four Seasons of Seattle has a personal photography expert, that can capture all your favorite moments on film and send you home with professional photos that will be ready to share or frame.
Surrounded by deep-clear blue waters, snow-capped mountain peaks, and swaths of evergreen woodlands, Seattle is as ‘earthy’ as it is trendy. The Four Seasons of Seattle puts you in the core of the city’s downtown, with the Seattle Art Museum on one of its sides. While on the other you have Iconic Pike Place Market, and the waters of Elliott Bay glimmering to the west. Open your eyes to a fresh mug of coffee brought directly to your doorstep then head out to explore vibrant neighborhoods and craft breweries. Alternatively, you can use the day to hike up nearby Mount Rainier or to kayak on Lake Union. Come nightfall, at Goldfinch Tavern, an Ethan Stowell Restaurant, let the chefs show you all the best local flavors of your new favorite city.
Seattle is an exciting urban city surrounded by unmatched natural beauty that is definitely worth a visit. And to top it off, staying in The Four Seasons will make your trip to Seattle a memorable one. Adventure surely awaits you.
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