My husband and I just celebrated our 10 year anniversary with a long weekend at this hotel. We checked in on Thursday late afternoon. Check-in was flawless. Had booked a Puget Sound view on the 8th floor which was incredible. Anybody who is familiar with Seattle knows this view has an industrial flare immediately below the hotel with gorgeous sweeping Sound views beyond. That's part of the beauty of Seattle. We entered the room to a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine and chocolate covered strawberries. Since I am expecting our 3rd child, we decided to pack up the wine for a later date, but we did enjoy the berries. Delicious!
We had booked dinner reservations at sunset at Six Seven restaurant in the Edgewater Hotel. The complimentary hotel Jaguar was available for transportation. Beautiful car and nice touch. After dinner the car was out for about 25 minutes, so we elected to take a cab for the return trip.
The following morning was spa day. We had prebooked a couples soak and 80 min couples massage in the Four Seasons Spa. I consider myself a bit of a spa junkie and this experience did NOT disappoint. The changing areas feature a steam room and dry sauna, showers, lockers the usual. The couples treatment room was gorgeous. The infininty style jetted tub was perfect for two people and the room had a view of the sound. The therapists were attentive. Even my husband who gets a bit impatient after 50 minutes of massage enjoyed the full 80 minute experience.
After the spa, we headed to the rooftop pool for more relaxation. This is spectacular. Lucky for us the weather was gorgeous- 85 and sunny in Seattle? I'll take it! We enjoyed poolside fish tacos and spent the rest of the afternoon enjoying this oasis. In fact, after exploring Pike Place Market the next morning, we returned for more of the same. Luckily we arrived around 1:30 or so, because by 2:30 or 3:00 on Saturday afternoon there was a waiting list for loungers. Probably due to the freakishly good weather :)
We enjoyed cocktails/mocktails with a friend one night at the ART lobby lounge. Great vibe and very considerate bartender. He created a fabulous blueberry, white cranberry, thyme mocktail for me that was to die for! In addition we had breakfast 2 out of 3 mornings at the restaurant. DO NOT MISS the lemon ricotta pancakes. I ordered an omelet the first day and spent the next 24 hrs dreaming of the pancakes I witnessed at other tables. The next morning I tried them and WOW! Not to be missed.
The service was great. I forgot my hairspray, and with one phone call a complimentary bottle appeared at our door. We also requested vases for our market flowers. Done. Although the price was significantly higher than our usual family trips downtown, this was a special occasion made truly memorable by the staff and setting of the Four Seasons.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- For business or leisure in the heart of downtown, Four Seasons places you within a five-minute stroll of the Seattle Art Museum, concerts at Benaroya Hall or the energy of Pike Place Market. Discover an intimate, cutting-edge ambiance warmed by Pacific Northwest materials and accented by works from Seattle's vibrant creative community. And enjoy captivating views of Elliott Bay, Puget Sound and the surrounding peaks - whether over delicious Northwest cuisine in Goldfinch Tavern, from the floor-to-ceiling windows of your guest room, in your couple's suite at The Spa or by the glow of the fireplace as you relax beside the rooftop pool. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
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