|"Great place and great staff"||(in 36 reviews)|
|"BEAUTIFUL hotel, comfortable and enjoyable stay!"||(in 29 reviews)|
|"Surprisingly fantastic room service - great food!"||(in 14 reviews)|
|"No complimentary water in the room."||(in 37 reviews)|
|"Very noisy, old hotel"||(in 17 reviews)|
|"The trains ran all night."||(in 2 reviews)|
Great hotel great views great location
Great hotel great views great location
Best views in Seattle
One of the best locations in Seattle with views of the Puget Sound from all the public rooms.
Half the rooms face the service road and car park.
View is the Best
Loved going to large room off lobby to have a very relaxing experience seeing the water and mountains at the same time. Was with my sister and we were able to visit Pike Street Market and the downtown several times (even in light rain) because of the hotel van amenity.
was hard to get ride to ferry using the hotel van as it was on the hour schedule.
Great downtown location
Easy walking access to pike place and downtown Seattle Beautiful lobby Great place to sit and watch the water Very romantic Cozy bed Good food from room service Also loved the little convienence store in the lobby!
Staff wasn't super helpful, but I'm thinking that was mostly because it was the holidays and it was pretty busy The hotel cleaning staff kept on changing the shower head to the one we didn't like and we had to keep changing it back. That was just a little weird. Wish our room had a tub. Thin walls.
Cozy Lodge Feel on the Water
Fireplaces in every room. Cozy feeling of a lodge and views of the stormy water.
Our water view room had a piece of dock equipment (mobile people gangway or something) partially obstructing of our water view.
I've stayed in better economy type inns. Cool location , but way dated and a need for up dating. The price didn't match the facilities
This is a beautiful hotel on the water. The rooms are immaculate. The staff always helpful. The restaurant was an added bonus. Would definitely stay again.
Nice room...way expensive valet parking!!
The room and staff were great!!! Clean everything!!! Great location!!!
Overpriced valet parking $41.00!!! Just ridiculous!!!
An unexpected jewe
As tourists, the location was ideal and right in the middle of a ton of sites and restaurants. The decor and view were incredible as well, and I highly recommend cocktail hour in the gorgeous bar. We had dinner and breakfast at the restaurant and both were incredible. Would absolutely recommend this to friends, and wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
The only complaint I have is that we had issues with our fireplace, and while I'm sure 98% of it was user error we also kept getting conflicting information on how to make it work from various hotel staff. We must have asked for instructions on how to turn it on and off four different times and were told four different instructions on how to operate it.
Edgewater Jan. 2016
The location and the lobby guest lounge.
The lack of parking forces you to use the valet at $41/day. A hotel of this prestige should offer a continental breakfast and free coffee in the dinning area. I've stayed at many hotels in this price range that do offer it and parking for guests is free. Definitely paying for the location and name.
Best location in Seattle
Located right on the waterfront. Beautiful common rooms and restaurant to look over the water and watch the sunsets.
Good location,facilities,comfort.Room calm and peaceful
Very luxurious and comfortable--staff very attentive (though hotel was not full). Loved the bathtub and quality of bedding. Could have moved in for the winter...if time and money allowed! The mac and cheese with lobster in restaurant 6-7 was divine!
The view was beautiful and the furnishings in the room were great. We loved the romantic setting!
waterside is lovely, doors open directly to a deck on the Puget Sound..
1. the room was damp with humidity ( bedding felt wet to touch)
Old and not so well maintained.
Pretty much everything, except see next question.
I didn't like having NO free TV. Also, the pillows were slightly too big.
The fireplace, bathtub and shower
The high cost of room service with no other food options available; the construction work, paying a $30 a night upgrade for a bathtub but not the view and not being told applicable taxes would amount to $45 a day!!!!
Very nice staff, very comfortable bed and pillows, nice room and bathroom, loved being on the water. Also convenient for walking around Seattle.
The absolutely only thing is that the screen door was torn at the bottom, looking shabby and out of place with the beautiful room.
Built in 1962 for the World’s Fair, The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel is an upscale property located directly on Puget Sound and the only Seattle hotel that sits over the water. Its unique vibe and picturesque setting have attracted a long list of legendary musicians over the years, including David Bowie and the Beatles.
The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel offers chic details that create an upscale Pacific Northwest experience. Industrial-looking steel with lodge-inspired exposed pine beams, a river rock fireplace, antler chandeliers, and comfortable furniture all attribute to the look and feel.
The four-floor building features 223 modern cabin-like rooms and suites with fireplaces, sleek bathrooms, coffeemakers, and minibars. Rubber ducks in the snack trays, Teddy bears on the beds, and stuffed animal footstools are fun touches. The Penthouse Suite which features a living and dining room, wet bar, two-sided fireplace, and a deck with panoramic views. The Beatles Suite, where the band was photographed, features memorabilia, a living and dining area, and Elliott Bay views.
Located on Puget Sound with access to Seattle’s waterfront attractions, The Edgewater, A Noble House hotel sits directly on Pier 67. Guests can easily access the city's main attractions such as Pike Place Market, Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Art Museum, Crab Pot Restaurant, and the Seattle Great Wheel in about 15 minutes on foot. Guests can also use the hotel’s free shuttle that reaches downtown in five minutes.
On-site amenities at the hotel include a waterfront restaurant and bar, coffee bar, upscale meeting rooms, valet parking, and a 24-hour gym. The hotel’s popular Six Seven restaurant has floor-to-ceiling windows with beautiful views of the water and rustic decor such as tree-trunk pillars. The boutique, Shop on the Edge, features a cafe, as well as Seattle souvenir for sale.
With famous guests, from the Beatles to Ozzy Osbourne and Led Zeppelin to Jewel, this hotel appeals greatly to well-heeled travelers, both leisure and corporate, who want a unique, upmarket experience.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The Edgewater Hotel is most famous for its rock n’ roll clientele, including bands such as The Beatles and Pearl Jam, and fans of these groups can stay in unique suites dedicated to these artists. The Beatles Suite has Brit-rock inspired furnishings, shelves full of memorabilia, and a record player with some of the albums released by The Beatles. The Pearl Jam Suite has grunge-inspired décor, band art posters, a record player with the band’s albums, and an in-room guitar and amp.
Breakfast is served at Six Seven Restaurant from 6:30 am to 11:00 am. Start your day with healthy options such as broiled grapefruit with spiced rum and brown sugar, house-made granola with Greek yogurt and fresh fruit, or the smoked salmon plate with porcini cream cheese and capers on a toasted bagel. If you prefer a hot breakfast, order the Dungeness crab frittata, roasted vegetable omelet, or the Lodge breakfast with eggs, breakfast meat, and toast. Staying at The Edgewater over the weekend? A sumptuous brunch menu is available, including house specialties such as griddled pancakes and French toast, the Pacific Northwest Caesar salad, and the Royale with a cheeseburger.
If you want to discover more of Seattle, The Edgewater has a curated list of trails for walking or running, allowing guests to visit some of Seattle’s top attractions, including the Seattle Great Wheel, the Howe Staircase, and Discovery Park. The trails run from 1.6 mi to 9.8 mi for a round trip. This list also includes a customized playlist of tunes to listen to on your walk or run.
If you are planning a cocktail party or a private dinner for a group, The Edgewater has seven indoor and outdoor event spaces that can host from 16 to 250 people, with panoramic views of the water. Professional catering can be organized for your group, whether you prefer champagne and canapes, or a sit-down dinner.
If you’re a fan of The Beatles, you can enjoy special accommodation discounts and book the stunning Beatles Suite, which was a favorite of the band, and packages that include credit at the hotel shop, which has a wide range of Beatles memorabilia. If you are planning a romantic escape, you will find offers to enjoy deluxe accommodation which has lovely views of the Puget Sound, besides having complimentary breakfast for two.
The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel is located at 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67 in Belltown, 0.9 km from the centre of Seattle. Olympic Sculpture Park is the closest landmark to The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel.
Yes, The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel offers free Wi-Fi.
No, The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel does not offer free parking.
No, The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel is 2 km from Seattle Lake Union Spb. The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel is 9.3 km from Seattle King County/Boeing.
Yes, The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel is a pet-friendly hotel.
No, The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel does not have a pool on-site.