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Why Stay At Hotel 1000
Downtown Seattle boutique hotel only a stone's throw from popular dining spots, trendy shopping and the waterfront.
Central to all of downtown Emerald City's perks, its amenities set Hotel 1000 apart from other properties. The 120 rooms designed in comfy modern residential style are spacious and have city or waterfront views. Complimentary Wi-Fi comes standard, as do glass-walled bathrooms, which feature a separate shower and a deep-soaking bathtub that fills from the ceiling. After a busy day exploring downtown, take a time-out at the on-site wellness center. True to its name, The Spaahh presents a serene relaxing sanctuary from the everyday grind with bespoke treatments like bamboo massages or rejuvenating Carita facials. No need to leave the hotel in search of good food each night: the property's signature restaurant Boka serves top-tier urban American cuisine and is popular with locals. During balmy summer nights, take your handcrafted cocktail to the outdoor patio and settle into a chair.
Need to work on your golf swing? Schedule an interactive practice session at the hotel's virtual golf facility.
To get your culture kick, visit the Seattle Art Museum and Benaroya Hall, which is the city's main classic-music and opera house. Both are only a few minutes walk from the hotel.
Arrive at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) which is approximately 14 miles from the hotel. Anticipate about 20 minute of travel time.1000 First Avenue, Seattle, Washington, United States
Hotel FeaturesBack to Top Property Amenities
- Spa on Property
- Fitness Center
- Virtual Golf
- Business Center
- Luxury Linens
- Ambiance Controls
- Wi-Fi Internet Access
- Flat-screen TVs
- Walk-in Showers
- Two-person Tubs
- Luxury Bath Amenities
- Mini Bars
- Bar + Lounge
- In-room Dining
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Why We Love Seattle
Dominated by the imposing Space Needle, this largest city of the Pacific Northwest is a vibrant, fast-growing cultural hub between Puget Sound and Lake Washington. Famous for its jazz and performing arts scene, the metropolis also prides itself in being one of America's greenest cities.
1401 3rd Avenue, Seattle.
Where to Drink: Secure one of the coveted bar seats and order a solid standard like a Manhattan at Zig Zag. Let the dedicated mixologist crafting your classic choose the whiskey for best taste. Drinks for two $24.
1501 Western Avenue, #202, Seattle.
Where to Shop: Visiting Pike Place Market while in Seattle is a must. Filled with antique, craft and curio shops, produce stands and fishmongers, it was built in 1907 and is the oldest continuously operated public Farmer's Market in the country.
1st Avenue and Pike Street, Seattle.
Outdoor Excursion: Bike, drive or walk onto a ferry to Bainbridge Island. The view of the Seattle skyline is worth the trip alone. Stroll around the downtown Bainbridge galleries and boutiques or take a coffee break at one of historic Winslow's cute cafes. $7.85 per adult from Pier 52 at Seattle Waterfront.
Why Go Now
May 15 - June 8, 2014
Seattle International Film Festival
Billed as the largest film festival in the US, rub elbows with top directors, actors, and critics who attend festival premieres and screenings.
June 13 - 15, 2014
Washington Brewers Festival
Taste from more than 250 beers by 74 Washington breweries to a soundtrack of live music.
Marymoor Park, Redmond.
July 12 + 13, 2014
Ballard Seafood Festival
Eat seafood, watch a lutefisk-eating contest, hear music, see art and enjoy the beer garden at this free Scandinavian event.