The Edgewater


The Edgewater

The Edgewater

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3938 Reviews

Waterfront Seattle Hotel

At the foot of Pier 67, The Edgewater, Seattle's only waterfront hotel, is just steps away from downtown Seattle's heart and soul and boasts the most stunning views of the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay. Preferred by many to the urban city locations, this unique property has the beauty of offering half of its rooms with views across the calming waters of Elliott Bay and the other half overlooking the iconic Seattle skyline. The recently renovated guest rooms provide everything you expect from a luxury hotel with all the comforts of home, helping you to quickly settle in to this amazing city.

  • Magnificent views over the Pugent Sound
  • Large guest rooms with fireplace
  • Only hotel in Seattle on waterfront
  • Walking distance to restaurants and bars

Hotel Features

Hotel Category


Main Facilities

  • Wifi

Board Basis Options

  • Room Only

For Families

  • Family Rooms
3938 Reviews 78% of travellers recommended this hotel

Traveller ratings

  • Excellent 1984
  • Very Good 1099
  • Average 482
  • Poor 238
  • Terrible 135

What to Expect

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Jan 20, 2018

Beautiful water view


We enjoyed ourselves a great deal at the Edgewater Hotel. The ocean is literally outside the great big wall of windows, in the lounge. Two beautiful fireplaces too. Very comfortable lounge area. We were able to order food in this area without having to go into the bar area. Which is a big deal to me. The rooms and whole hotel were clean and comfortable.
Jan 19, 2018

Don't believe the hype

New Jersey

This hotel was recommended by work colleagues who I'm wondering whether or not they've actually stayed there. Was given a "Garden View" room upon check-in. First, there is no garden view. It's a view of a street and train tracks. The train tracks run right next to the hotel (think of the scene from My Cousin Vinny. Not joking). The room comes equipped with complimentary ear plugs because of this (again, not joking). The matteresses in the room were shot. I haven't had back problems in a while and these beds brought those aches back. The heat in the room is generated by a gas fireplace that is somehow synched to the thermostat that you have to adjust. No one tells you this upon check-in. So you wind up freezing your tush off because there are no instructions and the fan that's constantly blowing can only blow cold air... and loudly. Go figure. The positives: The view of the water on the other side of the building by the restaurant is pleasant. The food in the restaurant is pricey but very, very good. So if you just want to go to the hotel for the view and food, you won't be disappointed. If you're going to stay overnight... there are probably better options.
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