The Best Kid-Friendly Hotels in Seattle

Updated: April, 2015

The 6 Best Family Hotels in Seattle

Four Seasons Hotel Seattle – luxury

Suites are large and beautiful and will comfortably sleep a family of 4. The outdoor pool has views of the waterfront (and the pool is heated too so you can swim all year round). There’s a jacuzzi, spa, and fitness center. Bay View rooms look out over the waterfront, passing ferries, and the new Seattle ferris wheel (city views look the opposite way). The hotel is steps from Pike Place Market with the Seattle Art Museum, many restaurants, and shopping all within a short walk. Phone: +1 (206) 749-7000 • Full review of the Four Seasons
Seattle Four Seasons with Kids

The Westin Seattle – luxury

A great hotel in a great location. Close to the malls, shopping, great restaurants, and monorail in downtown Seattle. Fantastic views of the water, city, and mountains (the hotels twin towers are 47 floors high). Many great restaurants within 2 or 3 blocks. The pool is indoor and very kid-friendly. Phone: +1 (206) 728-1000
Seattle Westin with Kids

Silver Cloud Hotel Stadium – moderate

Great location for Seahawks, Mariners, or Sounders games. (But a little out of the way to see the rest of the city’s attractions.) Light rail, a few restaurants, and a family-friendly brewery are nearby. Free shuttle will take guests anywhere in Seattle. Heated rooftop pool and jacuzzi are kid-friendly. King suites are large. As I say, this is a great hotel to see a football, baseball, or soccer game but if that’s not a priority then look at the Silver Cloud in South Lake Union. Phone: +1 (206) 204-9800
Seattle Silver Cloud Hotel with Kids

Residence Inn – moderate

1 and 2 bedroom suites sleep 4 to 6. Full kitchen, nice pool, free breakfast, and happy hour. Walking distance to the very cool (and kid-friendly) Museum of History and Industry and the streetcar to downtown goes right by the hotel. Phone: +1 (206) 624-6000
Seattle Residence Inn with Kids

The Maxwell Hotel Seattle – moderate

Fun, family-friendly hotel with lots of character. Junior Suites have 2 queen beds and a sofa bed. There’s neighborhood feel to the surroundings and the hotel is walking distance to Seattle Center, the monorail, many restaurants, and 3 grocery stores. Complimentary shuttle bus takes guests pretty much anywhere in the city. Free parking and free wi-fi. The swimming pool is small but still nice for a dip. Pizza joint connected to the hotel. Phone: +1 (206) 286-0629
Seattle Maxwell Hotel with Kids

Mediterranean Inn – budget

Good value hotel very close to Seattle Center and a large Safeway. Rooms have kitchenettes and there’s 24 hour guest laundry. Free coffee, bottled water, and microwave popcorn. Phone: +1 (206) 428-4700
Seattle Meditteranean Apartments with Kids

More Hotels for Families

From June to September Seattle’s best hotels can be booked solid. Here are a few more hotels with triples, quads, or family rooms if the above hotels are fully booked.

Houses & Apartments

Rentals for families.

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