Sweet Getaways: Romantic Hotels Pamper Couples During Seattle Stays



Rekindle your love life with a trip to a romantic hotel in or around Seattle. Whether you've traveled from far away or live in town and simply crave a staycation, couples here benefit from romantic amenities and special rates at welcoming hotels such as Willows Lodge. Seattle offers some of the most romantic hotels in Washington, including the downtown Kimpton hotels and Hotel Deca, located in the bustling University District . Here, hotel guests can truly take the time to enjoy one another's company while getting pampered (or doing the pampering) with a relaxing stay at a romantic getaway hotel. 

Seattle offers accommodation options that range from boutique inns nestled into busy city blocks to more remote lodges–situated a bit father outside of town–that offer a peek at the stunning natural beauty that defines this region. Several romantic hotel options exist in the heart of downtown, just blocks from Pike Place Market, the Seattle Art Museum, the beautiful waterfront, as well as galleries, restaurants, theaters, galleries, shops, cafes and lounges in which to grab a nightcap with your love. Regardless of one's personal tastes or the occasion that prompted this adventure, Seattle promises to give you and your significant other a memorable experience you won't soon forget. Ah, the good life. 


This boutique hotel is located downtown in Seattle's bustling Pike Place Market. With views of downtown, the Market, the waterfront, Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains, the inn provides the ultimate Pacific Northwest experience. Multiple...  Read More


The Pan Pacific Seattle is one of the highest-rated hotels in the city. Located in downtown Seattle in the South Lake Union zone, it is within long walking distance of popular attractions like Pike Place Market and the Space Needle. Guests adore...  Read More


Hotel Vintage Seattle
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The hotel's newly redesigned boutique hotel accommodations have been transformed into urban havens "finessed with the style and substance of Washington wine country." Inspired by some of the region's most notable wineries, guestrooms combine...  Read More


Care to emerge yourself in Seattle art without leaving your hotel? Hotel Max is your spot. There are more than 350 original works of art throughout this modern and hip boutique hotel. Of course, you'll want to head out at some point. A short...  Read More


The Alexis lies on the vibrant West Edge neighborhood, just blocks from the downtown core. Within walking distance, guests find Pike Place Market, the renowned Seattle Art Museum, the waterfront, historical Pioneer Square and many upscale art...  Read More


With 346 rooms of sleek, modern luxury, this eco-friendly hotel in the heart of the theater district is the first in Seattle to be LEED-certified. Their focus on sustainability and environmental conservation spans all that they've undertaken, be...  Read More


Opened in 1909 atop Seattle's First Hill, this Italian Renaissance-style hotel served as a gathering place for intellectuals, dignitaries and music lovers, a tradition kept alive today with music, literature, and social events. The lavish...  Read More


Salish Lodge & Spa
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A scenic 30-minute drive from Seattle brings you to the charmingly rustic Salish Lodge & Spa, which offers Old-World ambience and modern elegance. Get out and enjoy nature near the lodge, whether hiking around the rushing cascades or while...  Read More


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Woodinville

Located in rural Woodinville, this luxury inn accommodates visitors who are ready for ultimate pampering. Situated on five landscaped acres that border the scenic Sammamish River, the lodge is approximately 25 miles from the Seattle-Tacoma...  Read More


The Edgewater Hotel Seattle
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Seattle's only true waterfront hotel, this rustic-modern lodge on Elliot Bay was named Best Hotel in Seattle by CNBC in 2010. A favorite of traveling international rock bands playing Seattle in the 1960s and 1970s, the hotel actually juts over...  Read More


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Meet Corinne Whiting

Corinne hails from the other Washington, where she caught the travel bug early on. Corinne studied abroad in Strasbourg, France (undergrad) and in Edinburgh, Scotland (graduate school). She's...  More About Corinne

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