The Pan Pacific Seattle stands in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle, Wash., at the edge of downtown. This stylish property is surrounded by boutique shops and restaurants. The Seattle Streetcar line picks up passengers directly in front of the hotel. Seattle Center is located one-half mile from the hotel.
An intimate fireplace, West African zebrawood, Jerusalem-limestone floors, Asian artwork and artifacts, and angular, modern furnishings decorated in soothing earth tones establish the lobby's ambience. The hotel is connected via interior hallway to a Starbucks outlet. There is an onsite restaurant and The Bar serves seafood dishes as well as non-alcoholic beverages, wine, beer and cocktails. Room service is offered during limited hours. Two complimentary computers are available for guest use. Wireless Internet access is complimentary throughout the hotel. A total of 5,000 square feet of function space accommodates up to 180 people. The Pan Pacific Seattle offers a complimentary, 24-hour health club, located across the courtyard. The health club contains free weights, cardiovascular and weight-training equipment, saunas and an eight-person spa tub. The hotel concierge arranges priority appointments at the adjacent Vida Spa, an independent facility that offers Ayurvedic and Western-style massage therapies.
This 11-story hotel offers 153 Hirsch Bedner-designed guestrooms decorated in taupe, slate and cream tones. Hypnos beds are draped with Egyptian sheets, down duvets, and mohair throws, and are topped with six pillows in three levels of firmness. All rooms come with Herman Miller chairs, 32-inch high-definition LCD TVs with premium cable channels, in-room safes (accommodates laptops), iPod docking stations, bathrobes, and minibars. Wireless Internet access and daily newspapers are complimentary. Bathrooms have telephones and European soak tubs with separate showers with rainfall showerheads. Dogs are permitted for a fee.