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Four Seasons Hotel Seattle, Seattle

$400 or more
Kirkland, Washington, United States, North America: at the Four Seasons Seattle have an urban sophistication, with cool abstract art and comfy
99 Union Street
Seattle , Washington
98101
Tel: 800 819 5053 (toll-free)
Tel: 206 749 7000
www.fourseasons.com/seattle
From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
Overall Score: 87.9
  • Design: 89.8
  • Food: 83.5
  • Location: 89.8
  • Rooms: 86.7
  • Service: 89.8
Housed in a U-shaped, 21-story tower, this "northwest contemporary" property is in a "fine location near Pike Place Market." A staircase leads guests to the waterfront while interior design incorporates natural sycamore and ash woods with artisan glass and custom carpets. Art displays black-and-whites from a local photographer and serves dishes like macaroni with Shropshire blue cheese and a pretzel crumb crust to views of Elliott Bay. Rooms come equipped with six-foot leather headboards and Japanese-inspired woodwork. "Front desk staff are able to accommodate any need."

(147 rooms)
—2011 Gold List

Amenities: Pool, Spa

From the editors of Condé Nast Traveler:
After a five-year hiatus, the Four Seasons brand returns to downtown Seattle with this sleek, polished addition with doting service. The rooms have an urban sophistication: Cool abstract art and modern lamps are balanced out by the pillowtop bed and comfy armchair with ottoman, while a super-deep marble soaking tub faces a bathroom mirror with inset TV screen. The most exclusive vantage point is from the Pool Terrace—featuring a Zen garden, an infinity pool, a hot tub, and an outdoor fire pit that face Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. At ART restaurant and lounge, the Northwest fare is paired with the requisite "from our backyard" wine collection (Oregon pinot noirs and Washington cabernet sauvignons). A pleasant surprise is the customized Counter Menu of "raw" and "warm" foods—an artistic (albeit contrived) dining experience that involves dipping paintbrushes in sauces.—2009 Hot List

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