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Located in the Rainier Square neighborhood, this hotel, listed in the National Registry of Historic Places, lies within easy walking distance of downtown Seattle's main attractions. All 450 rooms, including 210 suites, are beautifully decorated. Children are welcome and receive special attention, such as personalized cookies and chocolates. Business travelers will appreciate the computer and fax services. Rooms also have modem jacks, high-speed Internet access, and multi-line phones. The Georgian Room is a perfect spot for a romantic dinner or a huge Sunday brunch.
Built in 1909 and located on First Hill, a few blocks from downtown, this small, elegant hotel was restored to its original elegance in 1980. Choose a suite for a romantic vacation, and enjoy special touches, such as the hot water bottle housekeeping leaves when turning down your bed at night. Well equipped for business travelers, the rooms in Sorrento Hotel have two-line phones, fax machines, computer dataports and generous work space. Dine at the Hunt Club, one of Seattle's most exclusive restaurants. The Fireside Lounge serves coffee, tea and cocktails.
Connected to Westlake Center and located across the street from the Bon Marche with Nordstrom just up the street, Mayflower Park Hotel is a great place for shoppers. Built in 1927, it has been completely renovated and has all the comforts one would expect from a modern hotel. The lobby has high ceilings, marble floors and a sitting area with a fireplace. The rooms are tastefully decorated in dark woods, rich colors and floral prints. Andaluca, the hotel's fine-dining restaurant, is a favorite Seattle eatery, serving aromatic Mediterranean-style cuisine to well-dressed hotel guests, shoppers and businesspeople.
Offering a substantial amount of rooms for an inn, Shafer Baillie Mansion Bed & Breakfast features eight well appointed suites spread out across three floors. This historic 14,000 square foot (13,000 square meter) Tudor Revival mansion dates back to the early 1900s, when it once served as a private residence. Undergoing a complete remodel in 2009, the mansion now features modern infrastructure while still retaining much of its historic charm. Roam the mansion and discover the beautifully decorated common rooms such as the sunroom, which is the perfect place to relax with a cup of coffee, or curl up with a great book in the quiet library. The spacious dining room is where guests can sit down to a gourmet breakfast before heading out for a full day of activities.