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Top Tip
Make time to enjoy sunset from the rooftop deck with its expansive views over the Pike Place Market, Puget Sound and Olympic Mountains beyond. A glass of one of the North West’s excellent wines is optional but highly recommended!

Why we like it

  • On the edge of bustling Pike Place Market which, with its farmers’ market and array of restaurants and artisanal stalls, has been a magnet for hungry locals and visitors alike, for over 100 years
  • Panoramic views of the city and bay from the rooftop deck
  • Great location close to many of Seattle’s attractions and transport links
  • All the facilities and services of a city hotel but maintaining a friendly, small hotel feel with only 76 rooms and suites
  • French, Korean and local are just some of the culinary influences on display in the hotel’s three great restaurants

About Inn at the Market

The community feel around downtown Seattle is strongly in evidence at Inn at the Market. It’s a boutique hotel in the city where the welcome is genuine and the ethos of the hotel is interwoven with the ambience and history of the surrounding neighbourhood, in particular with that of Pike Place Market. The rooms look out over either the cityscape or the market and Elliott Bay beyond, floor to ceiling windows in many of the rooms enhancing the sense of being a part of the locale.

If you can tear yourself away from the smorgasbord of local and international treats on offer within the market itself, the Inn at the Market’s three tempting restaurants offer an Asian or European take on things as well as some established North West favourites. Early morning with a mug of coffee and sunset are the best times to drink in the views afforded from the much loved roof terrace. On a clear day – by no means a certainty – the views are magnificent and should whet your appetite for the array of activities on offer. You may choose to jump aboard the monorail to the Seattle Centre, home to the Space Needle and Pacific Science Centre, take a spin on the Great Wheel with its views over the waterfront or board a ferry to one of the Sound’s outlying islands.