Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, The Fairmont Olympic Hotel in downtown Seattle, Wash., boasts Italian Renaissance architecture. The hotel is two blocks from Benaroya Hall and four blocks from shopping at Pacific Place. Complimentary Town Car service is provided within the downtown area.
Decorated with hand-carved plaster work, 11 hues of yellow and a Chihuly glass collection, The Georgian boasts regional Northwestern cuisine including Tarragon Crusted Rabbit Loin and Cedar Plank Smoked King Salmon. Shuckers' seafood menu offers Dungeness Crab Cakes and Microwbrew Battered Fish and Chips. The Terrace provides specialty martinis and lighter fare accompanied by live piano music. A 12th floor business center contains computer stations and high-speed Internet access. The property's fitness club hosts saunas, a spa tub, an indoor pool with a covered solarium and a weight room, along with cardiovascular equipment with personal DVD players. The hotel features a full-service spa, Penelope The Beauty Bar, offering body and facial treatments, and a spa boutique. Retailers including Coach, the Jeremy Todd Wellness Spa and Salon and Gary Tipp Jewelers are located on the arcade level.
Embellished with traditional-style décor, the 450 guestrooms contain mahogany-finish furnishings, crown molding, textured wallpaper, upholstered chairs and accents in light blue and green or rose and gold. Sitting areas provide ottomans, armchairs and sofas, while bedding includes floral-covered duvets and down pillows. Bathrooms contain bathrobes, slippers and Penhaligon toiletries. Accommodations include cable television with premium channels, high-speed Internet access (surcharge), laptop-compatible in-room safes and video game consoles. Pets are permitted, and receive complimentary amenities including food and water dishes.