Chose this place because it's pet friendly and for the views. Stayed for three nights. One night in room 124, then moved to 142 because we wanted a view farther from the docks. Room 142 was much better and we liked the furniture in there better too. The seats by the fireplace were deep leather chairs.
We also stayed at the Four Seasons on this trip, during Thanksgiving. Pros and cons to both.
Pros: Loved the view of Seattle skyline. Got to watch a Seahawks game and listen to the roar of the fans from our balcony. Really enjoyed the fireplace, great ambience and heat. I liked stand up showers in my room in general. Room was on the first floor and we were literally on top of the water. Great gift shop. They have a coffee shop. Valet is quick. View, views, views.
Cons: Not as close to the shops and restaurants as other hotels. The walk isn't too bad but when the weather is miserable it's not great. Also you have to trek uphill which might be a problem for some people. If you want to run in and out to take your dog for a relief break there's not really a place to take them quickly. There's a park a few blocks away but when it's rainy outside you might have to make due with flower beds.
It's hard to compare Edgewater to Four Seasons. The service at Edgewater felt a little off to me. I called to see if my room was ready and they gave me the boilerplate spiel about check in time but when I asked them to check the person then saw a room was available. I didn't have great service at the front desk but I also didn't have bad service. It was just okay. Whereas Four Season's service was outstanding. If you want to be pampered and have the convenience of close shops and restaurants, Four Seasons is great. If you want a unique stay over the water with excellent views and the lovely ambience of an upscale cabin, Edgewater is pretty amazing.
Also they have a bear footstool which I adore. Adds to the charm of this place.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Perched on top of Pier 67, The Edgewater hotel offers an easy walk to Seattle downtown vibrancy, stunning views and lodge luxury. Surround yourself with the beauty of the majestic Olympic Mountains, the sparkling waters of Elliott Bay and the incredible sunsets of the Northwest sky. ... more less
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