The Edgewater extends from Pier 67 over Elliott Bay in Seattle, Wash. This city landmark offers waterfront views and is located adjacent to the Bell Harbor International Conference Center, the Bell Street Pier cruise-ship dock and many shops.
The Edgewater gained international attention in 1964 when photographers captured the Beatles fishing from their guestroom window. This Northwest lodge-style property features a rustic lobby with tree-bark wall treatments, knotty pine furniture, deer-antler chandeliers, massive river-rock fireplaces and 2-story windows overlooking Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. Six Seven restaurant serves Pacific Northwest cuisine seasoned with native herbs. Indoor and outdoor seating overlooks Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. Specialty cocktails such as pineapple-infused vodka martinis, homemade gin and tonic, and the Gingerita are showcased at the Six Seven Lounge. The lounge hosts happy hours and Friday-night bands. The business center is available 24 hours. Wireless Internet access is available in public areas (surcharge). A total of 10,000 square feet of function space accommodates events. The complimentary, 24-hour fitness center is equipped with cardiovascular and weight-training machines. A gift shop offers Northwest-themed clothing and souvenirs. Other services include complimentary area shuttle and valet parking.
This 4-story, smoke-free property offers 223 guestrooms decorated with custom, Northwest-style furnishings. Nature-themed lampshades and throw pillows, gas fireplaces, and custom armoires and dressers create the feel of the great outdoors. Beds feature pine headboards and are draped with 250-thread count sheets and plaid bedspreads. Bathrooms feature ceramic vessel sinks, makeup mirrors and stone-clad showers with rainforest showerheads. Waterfront Premium King accommodations boast stone showers and claw-foot bathtubs. Select guestrooms feature flat-screen or plasma-screen televisions. This property is the only waterfront hotel in Seattle that offers unobstructed views of Elliott Bay.