You get what you pay for, Four Seasons can be pricey but it is worth it. Everything from the service to the condition of the the rooms was excellent. Bathroom was pristine, which is the primary way that I judge a hotel. We were celebrating our 8 year anniversary so I wanted it to be special and it was. The location is perfect, it is literally one block from the Market.
We stayed during the Covid-19 pandemic. Not an ideal time to travel, but the Four Seasons went above and beyond to make the trip feel as special and normal as possible while practicing the strictest safety protocols. Temperatures were checked every time we returned to the hotel, everyone wore protective gear and guests were required to as well. Everything was spotlessly clean, and they aren't letting anyone in the lobby (food delivery people, etc) if they are not staying at the hotel. Valets wiped out the car every time they brought it up. There is not a breakfast restaurant open, but their location is an easy walk to many options. Their staff went above and beyond as usual and we felt beyond safe staying here.
We're local, and decided to stay at the Four Seasons for one night to celebrate mother's day. This was our first time staying at a hotel since Covid started over a year ago. I've had issues before staying at luxury hotels because staff tend to act very snobbish and make you feel like you don't belong here despite the amount of money you spend to stay there.(I guess you have to look a certain way to get the right treatment) This was not the case at all here. Everyone was genuinely very nice. Check in was very friendly and quick and when we got to the room they had put in activity packs for our kids along with some kids bathrobes which they really liked. Room itself was great, very clean and we enjoyed the bay view. It was very thoughtful for them to give us masks and hand sanitizers in the room to use as well. We definitely felt safe about Covid here. Hotel itself is in the perfect. One block from the Market, and the stairs right outside the front door can take you straight to the waterfront. Dinner at Goldfinch tavern was amazing too. This was also our first time dining out in over a year and that was a perfect first meal that we thoroughly enjoyed. One of the nice things they did for us was they saw us walk in with flowers that we had bought from the market, and they immediately sent us someone to arrange the flowers in a vase for us. Next time we do a staycation in Seattle I don't think we'll want to stay anywhere else.…
Loved our stay at the Four Seasons. We live only 45 minutes away but if you're attending events in Seattle why drive back and forth when you can stay at a luxurious hotel right downtown. We walked to Pike Place Market and took a tour with a chef, attended multiple art auctions at the hotel and had fabulous meals in our rooms and in private dining rooms. We highly recommend staying at the Four Seasons if you're in Seattle.
The attention to health and safety during COVID was impressive. Remotes, pens, things that are usually touched or handled frequently were cleaned and covered in plastic. It added an extra level of comfort and assurance. We were always greeted by name with warmth and genuine friendliness by all. Everyone truly seems to care about the guest experience and it made our stay much more enjoyable. The hotel is around the corner from Pike’s Market. It’s the perfect location and it’s near everything. We were thoroughly spoiled and can’t imagine staying anywhere else while in Seattle.