The Edgewater in on a pier in Seattle. You can walk the water front, walk to Pike Street Market, and the fantastic water front sculpture garden just to the north. The hotel has a nice public area and a bar that have great views. The downside is that the hotel is a serious need of renovation. Everything seems beat-up with dirty hallway carpets and the like. I was taken aback by all this when we checked in and felt mostly like I was staying in a dump the three nights I was there. The standard rooms are very small, the ones on the eastside ("City View") get train noise from the tracks that are a couple hundred yards away, there is no place to park other than valet which ends up costing an additional $40+ a day, and there is no free Wi-Fi. If I had not gotten the booking via Hot Wire for fairly cheap, I would have been very, very unhappy. No way is this place worth even the typical discounted rates.
- 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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