The Edgewater

Seattle, Seattle & Washington State

The hotel

Seattle's only waterfront hotel has been a quirky and cool destination for discerning travellers since it was built on Pier 67 in 1962. KISS parked their platform boots at the Edgewater and The Beatles once famously fished out of their hotel room window. That incident perfectly captures the playful decor and relaxed approach to the Edgewater’s luxury. Expect quirky, cosy rooms with beautiful views of Elliott Bay, a fully featured fitness centre, happy hours showcasing amazing house concoctions, and a restaurant serving dishes prepared from the freshest organic and naturally raised local ingredients.

Amenities

  • Bar
  • Room Service
  • Valet parking
  • Wheelchair access
  • Fitness Centre/Gym
  • Internet Access
  • Close to City Centre
  • Restaurant

Where is it

On Pier 67, overlooking Puget Sound. Within walking distance of the Space Needle and Pike Place Market. Bus stop nearby. Transfer time from Seattle airport: 35 minutes.

Hotel information

223 rooms on 4 floors in 1 building. All with air-conditioning/heating, stone fireplace, telephone, Zoka Coffee, mini-bar and quaint furnishings. City View Rooms with 1 king-size bed or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 4 adults.

Waterview Rooms have partial views of the pier and Elliott Bay and a sitting area with 2 chairs, and 1 king-size or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults.

Waterfront Rooms are similar but have full panoramic views of Elliott Bay, and 1 king-size or 2 double beds, sleeping maximum 3 adults.

Six Seven Restaurant and Lounge offering Pacific Northwest cuisine and outdoor dining. Happy hour at Six Seven Lounge. News stand and boutique. Fitness centre. High-speed Internet access*. In-room dining*. Valet parking $45 plus tax, per day (payable locally, subject to change).

This hotel has a resort fee of $16 plus tax per room, per day (payable locally, subject to change)

Resort fee, tax and inclusions are subject to change - WiFi - Access to fitness centre and business centre - Shuttle service around Downtown area - Daily newspaper - Bicycle rental. Please see hotel check-in for current inclusions available to you upon arrival.

Wheelchair accessible rooms available on request. Please note that these rooms are subject to availability and may be restricted to specific room categories and bedding arrangements. Rooms and facilities vary between hotels so please check at the time of booking. For more information and contact details please check out our Special Assistance page

*Denotes local charge

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Traveller rating

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May 20, 2019 Linda D Waco, TX

We stayed at the Edgewater in May 2019. Everyone was very attentive to us. We stayed in a premium room overlooking the water. Fireplace was a nice touch. Loved having the shop in the lobby. We ate at the bar while having drinks, clam chowder was best ever. Then we had Mother's Day lunch in the Six Seven Restaurant, and it was so special. … Read more
We stayed at the Edgewater in May 2019. Everyone was very attentive to us. We stayed in a premium room overlooking the water. Fireplace was a nice touch. Loved having the shop in the lobby. We ate at the bar while having drinks, clam chowder was best ever. Then we had Mother's Day lunch in the Six Seven Restaurant, and it was so special. We loved our stay! Read less
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May 19, 2019 Susangab

Tiny rooms and those with a city view back on to railway tracks with very noisy freight trains. Shower floors are uneven and uncomfortable on your feet. Water pressure is ordinary. Queen room so small, you could only open one suitcase at a time after moving furniture around. Stairs or a steep ramp to drag your bags up when you exit the lift on the… Read more
Tiny rooms and those with a city view back on to railway tracks with very noisy freight trains. Shower floors are uneven and uncomfortable on your feet. Water pressure is ordinary. Queen room so small, you could only open one suitcase at a time after moving furniture around. Stairs or a steep ramp to drag your bags up when you exit the lift on the fourth floor. The extra resort fee was a rip off. Sure the Beatles stayed here but it probably is the same as when they were here in the 60s. Staff on the front desk were welcoming. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Mother’s Day Brunch extravaganza

May 19, 2019 mstarrynight Seattle, Washington

We were a party of six, we booked the night before for the $70 per person prix fixe brunch at the Six Seven Restaurant in the Edgewater. I was wary of the price point because with six people + automatically applied 20% tip the bill came to a whopping $548. But it was Mother’s Day and my parents were visiting from out of town, and both my sons were… Read more
We were a party of six, we booked the night before for the $70 per person prix fixe brunch at the Six Seven Restaurant in the Edgewater. I was wary of the price point because with six people + automatically applied 20% tip the bill came to a whopping $548. But it was Mother’s Day and my parents were visiting from out of town, and both my sons were able to join us, so the special occasion seem to warrant the spendier tab. My parents were immediately impressed by the view of the sound. Our table of six was beautifully set and our family was seated so we had an excellent view of the beautiful restaurant filled with happily dining families, and that set the right mood immediately. It’s always worth going to the 67 for that perfect dining ambience. The restaurant was not so loud that we couldn’t hear one another and that was important because there were three generations in our family sitting down for conversation at this meal. Cuisine-wise: we loved the distinctive appetizer buffet — all you could enjoy exquisitely tasty fresh oyster shooters in individual containers, an extraordinary spread of artisan cheeses with baskets of overflowing fresh bread, asparagus that was perfectly steamed, warm mini quiche, an abundance of the right kinds of mushrooms and vegetables to whet the appetite. We had seven entrées to choose from. Our party ordered Lobster Croque Madame, Steak medium rare and medium well — both were excellent, mushroom frittata (a bit dry and therefore disappointing), and the fresh halibut which turned out to be a little less flavorful than desired. They also had their classic Dungeness Crab Benedict which is made to perfection (and my husband wished he had ordered instead of the frittata). The dessert buffet array was also wonderful. Everything from mini cheesecake with strawberries, delicious Chocolati truffles, in every variety, lemon bars and red velvet cake, and flourless chocolate torte. I would come again, though with the smaller party for a more reasonable tab. I didn’t check if the coffee we drank was part of the prix fixe but if it wasn’t, I recommend that it should be. Traffic on a Sunday morning down by the waterfront was heavy and we arrive 15 minutes late for our reservations despite having left the house 20 minutes early. Something about the cruise ship parked in the harbor, so check your travel times when heading to the waterfront! Parking is pricy, though a portion is validated, park across the street in the garage for better rates, just be prepared for long exit lines from the garage. Read less
Image of the Tripadvisor rating Overpriced and so so food and service

May 19, 2019 Appreciative88 Houston, Texas

We had a table for 5 people and we still had trouble hearing! Room way too loud. Service slow. We had to ask twice for someone to take our drink order. The seafood platter was a little skimpy. I ordered halibut which looked beautiful but was dry. The apple tart tasted stale. The meal was $650 for 5 people. I would not go back.
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May 19, 2019 Yvonneka187 Los Angeles, California

Amazing hotel. Definitely a feeling of a private club parked at water’s edge. I upgraded to a water view and my room really felt the waves and was a fantastic sound background to my private fireplace which i could not resist turning on with one switch. A really surreal atmosphere but cozy and comfortable and very welcoming at the same time.