This contemporary tower hotel is perfectly located in Seattle’s Belltown. It’s close to this trendy neighbourhood’s variety of restaurants, bars, galleries and shops, and a short walk to Pike Place Market, downtown, and to the Space Needle and Pacific Science Center.
We have a marvelous 18th-floor-view of the Space Needle through our room’s sliding glass doors. The room has lots of space for a king bed, fold-out couch, and a large work desk, and even for a massage table from the on-demand therapeutic massage service, Soothe — the ultimate in treats after a long day of travel.
The Warwick Seattle’s rooms have thoughtful amenities — an immense television with premium channels, a well-stocked mini bar, a coffee maker featuring Seattle’s Best Coffee and Harney & Sons teas, and bathroom amenities by Gilchrist & Soames. Thoughtful inclusions are a hidden set of international outlets at the desk and charging facilities on both sides of the bed, including a clock radio with phone and multiple charging ports and wires, just in case you forget to bring yours. The safe has ample room for two laptops and all the other electronic paraphernalia we travel with.
The Warwick has a small pool with hot tub in the basement and a well-stocked gym. The lobby features a spacious business centre and a relaxing area around an inviting fireplace. Their restaurant, Margaux’s, has an international menu. Self- and valet parking is in a parkade next door. While there is no elevator, it’s no problem to park at street level while you unload your bags.
In summer 2017, the Warwick Seattle has a special “Win a Warrior” package, in conjunction with the Pacific Science Center’s April to September exhibit “Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor”. The package includes two VIP passes to the exhibit as well as a chance to win a full-size replica of the warrior on display in the lobby.