Seattle Washington Marriott Hotel Waterfront for Celebrating Bachelor Party
This hotel is in downtown Seattle, across Alaskan way from the waterfront Elliott Bay. Just up the neighboring Leonora Street steps is Pike Place Market. If you are driving from the Sea-Tack international airport, the hotel is fourteen miles north. Seattle Washington Marriott Hotel is one of the most popular Seattle Strippers culture variables.
The 8 floor Marriott’s colorful lobby welcomes with glass sculptures, mosaic tiles, and floor-to-ceiling windows looking out onto the Elliot and marina Bay. Its 345 non-smoking rooms contain mini-fridge, coffeemakers, and 42-inch flat-panel Television with premium cable and plug-in panels for your electronic gadgets. Half of the rooms have balconies, and most boasts views of the Elliot Bay, the Mount Rainier and Olympic Mountains. You will feel well and really refreshed after a night on the signature Marriot bed, spec a custom duvet, pillowtop mattress, 300-thread-count linens and lots of pillows. Wi-Fi is fully free in the lobby. There is also a warm tub, a twenty-four fitness center and a library with fireplace, and dining choices contain a coffee shop, bistro and a lounge with wonderful marina views. Parking is accessible for an extra charge.
The 358 guestrooms at the Marriott Seattle Waterfront contain wireless online access and cable TV. Coffeemakers are offered in each room. Bathrooms spec signature cotton bathrobes, toiletries, and hair dryers.
The hotel capitalizes on its maritime views with two pools, adding an outdoor pool, where visitors can watch ferries traversing the bay from its secluded sundeck. The Hook & Plow Restaurant provides daily specials with locally sourced items.
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Spacious guestrooms spec premium bedding with quilted-top mattresses, feather pillows, down comforters. Other perks contain top-speed online access, Starbucks coffee, and CD players.
Just one half-block from vibrant downtown Pike Place Market, this hotel is across the street from cruise-ship piers, the promenade waterfront, Elliott Bay, and Bell Harbor Conference Center.
There are extremely few Seattle hotels this near to the water, so if you want to enjoy everything this amazing city has to offer with an emphasis on harbor attractions and travel access – the Marriott is a remarkable pick. But note that not all of the rooms capitalize on the water views, balconies are little, and 5 minute trek to Pike Place market is all uphill. For really amazing Puget Sound Views, consider the Edgewater, a fashionable longer-style hotel is on Pier 67, with comparable rates, but no pool.