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Inn at the Market, Seattle, Washington 

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86 Pine Street
Seattle , Washington
Tel: 800 446 4484
Tel: 206 443 3600
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Seattle's bustling Pike Place Market is clogged with tourists, but this romantic hotel at its heart remains an oasis of calm. You enter through a charming courtyard hung with ivy; the fireplace in the cozy lobby is lit year-round. The 70 rooms are done up in warm, earthy tones, with heavenly Tempur-Pedic mattresses and floor-to-ceiling bay windows. Room service is from Campagne, the inn's formal southern French restaurant. The rooftop deck (accessible only to hotel guests) overlooks the market and Elliott Bay, with the Olympic Mountains beyond. It's the perfect spot to watch the sun set, wine glass (or coffee mug) in hand.—Updated by Aaron Barker

From the readers of Condé Nast Traveler:
"At yoga when they tell you to picture your relaxing happy place, I see the Inn." The only hotel in Pike Place Market, "the best possible location," this brick building surrounds an inner fountain courtyard. "Request a room with a market view: It's invigorating to wake up and see and feel the energy," though for some, "it's noisy." Café Campagne and Bacco both serve a French Bistro–style breakfast; "the crab benedict is the only way to start your day." "Everyone from the valet up is super-friendly and helpful."

(70 rooms)
—2011 Gold List
Overall Score: 89.4
  • Design: 89.8
  • Food: 83.6
  • Location: 98.4
  • Rooms: 86.8
  • Service: 87.8

Also appeared in the Gold List in 2010, 2009, 2008, 2007, 2006

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Nice views, but cannot recommend due to theft on property

I recently had opportunity to stay at Inn at the Market. I can vouch for an excellent location--with Pike Place Market at your door and views of the bay. However, a... more

perfect location, great room, wonderful view

My husband and I traveled to Seattle for four days to celebrate our second wedding anniversary. Neither one of us had been there before, so we were looking for a fun... more