The Seattle Four Seasons is one of the best hotels in Seattle for families. A great location, beautiful swimming pool, and plenty of nearby restaurants make it a near perfect fit for parents and kids.
Here are some pictures from a recent stay.
The layout of one of the suites.
View from the bathroom of a corner suite.
The TV and writing desk of a Bay View room.
A city view room.
The bedside table with alarm clock.
The entrance and valet parking area of the Four Seasons.
The view of the Puget Sound from a room on the south side of building. The Seattle Steam Company is off to the left and provides heat (and steam) to the hotel and a number of other downtown customers (e.g. the public library and several hospitals).
A city view room.
Complimentary NY Times or Wall Street Journal are delivered every morning.
A Corner Bay View Suite.
The 3-bed setup of a Bay View Room.
Which, of course, has great views of the Puget Sound.
The bathroom of a Bay View Room.
Bathrooms have both large tubs and wonderful showers.
Bathroom mirrors have built in TV’s.
And all bathrooms have windows and views (whether it be the city view or bay view).
The staff of the hotel are very friendly – particularly with kids.
A friendly greeting on the boys’ beds.
All rooms have an iron, ironing board, and umbrella.
There’s a safe in every room.
An espresso maker in one of the suites.
Lobby, fireplace, and check-in counter.
Breakfast: french toast.
The extras for kid-friendly breakfast.
Breakfast: sausage and eggs.
Breakfast: tasty meatballs.
The breakfast buffet.
Tasty salmon too.
Breakfast: more friendly staff.
The beautiful pool has great views of the Sound.
The fitness center.
The fire pit and jacuzzi by the hot tub.
The spa. Specially designed for couples.
Another view of the couple’s spa room
Cardio equipment at the fitness center with the pool just out the door.
The slippers for the trip down to pool are a nice touch.
A dryer for your bathing suit in the change rooms.
The salon for manicures and pedicures.
The business center with ATM.
Check-in for your flight from the computer in the lobby.
Pike Place Market (including The Pike Brewing Company) are just steps away from the hotel’s front door.