Cool Seattle Hotels for Food Lovers

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Seattle is a food lover’s dream and is the prime city for true a foodie adventure. There is a lot more to Seattle than their famous fish market or coffee shops. If you’re looking for the best local offerings, try booking a hotel in a neighborhood known for its food culture. We have the cool Seattle hotels rounded up for you!

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The gentrified Pioneer Square has become a hot spot for high cuisine. Capitol Hill, one of the pre-eminent Seattle neighborhoods, has a happening food scene, and the International District has well, just that lots and lots of international cuisine at your fingertips. The hardest part might be deciding how long you can stay and how full you are!

Best of the Cool Seattle Hotels for Food Lovers

Hotel Andra

Hotel Andra makes it home in a building that dates to 1926. Along with providing beautiful, modern rooms, the hotel also is home to chef Tom Douglas’ restaurant Lola that blends local produce with Mediterranean flavors. Take a walk across the street and you’ll find the chef’s Dahlia Lounge and Dahlia Bakery an ideal stop for satisfying your sweet tooth.  If you’d like something different the Loft Bar has Swedish cuisine on offer while next door Assaggio Ristorante dishes up northern Italian fare. With so many choices right on-site you may not even get the chance to explore Seattle’s food neighborhoods!

Hotel Monaco

Along with luxurious surroundings Hotel Monaco and the Sazerac restaurant make sure guests stomachs are equally pampered. The restaurant uses organic, locally grown ingredients while creating dishes that pay homage to the American South. But their eco-friendly approach doesn’t end there. The kitchen has been built in an environmentally friendly way and all products are recycled.

The Edgewater

The Edgewater overlooks Elliott Bay and is easy to reach from SEA-TAC airport. Unlike some of the more upmarket hotels in Seattle, this hotel is described as a “rustic retreat” within a short drive from all of Seattle’s famous attractions. Six Seven is the hotels’ restaurant. New American classics are the signature of the restaurant. Guests can sit indoors and gaze out at Puget sound through the floor to ceiling windows or take their meals on the outdoor patio.

Inn at the Market

You can’t get any closer to Seattle’s biggest food scene than when you stay at the Inn at the Market. How can that be? This hotel is the only one located directly inside Pike’s Place Market. Along with the foodie heaven that is the market you’re treated to great views of the Puget Sound, Space Needle, and other Seattle landmarks. There are numerous on-site dining options including Campagne. The flavors of southern France come to life with the help of products plucked from the Pacific Northwest.

Mayflower Park Hotel

The Mayflower Park Hotel has a central downtown location making it an excellent choice for exploring the city. It is directly joined to Westlake Center and has access to the Seattle light rail system. Their onsite restaurant, Andaluca is well-known for their Mediterranean cuisine with heavy features on Spanish plates. Their signature dish is paella but you can go lighter as well. Choose from a selection of Spanish cheeses, and several appetizers or small plates to create your own tapas style dinner.

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