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Location. Perched on a hillside overlooking Seattle's Elliott Bay, the Inn at the Market is praised for its esteemed position, on the very cusp of Pike's Place Market. Taking rank among Conde Nast's Gold '2006 World's Best Hotels,' and Travel and Leisure's Top 500 list,this esteemed boutique is within steps of the waterfront and the Monorail. Although the hotel is recognized for offering luxury accommodations and superior service, one of its strongest assets is its location. Pike Place Market has been in continuous operation for over a century, as Seattle's favorite place to shop, dine, and of course to watch the famous flying fish.
Hotel Features. At Campagne, the hotel's showcase restaurant, guests will enjoy southern French cuisine prepared with fresh, local ingredients. Located in the courtyard, Bacco is a friendly café and juice bar, serving healthy breakfasts and lunches. In true boutique form, the Inn at the Market has select hotel amenities, such as a rooftop terrace and a conference room, but focuses primarily on the guestroom experience.
Guestroom Features. Featuring contemporary furniture ensembles and only the finest materials, each of the 70 boutique guestrooms that span eight floors were fashioned with the fullest attention to style. While business guests capitalize on wireless Internet access and the property's premier financial district location, leisure guests are encouraged by Tempur-Pedic Sleep System's and other sophisticated comfort components. Spectacular views of Elliot Bay and the bustling marketplace are available from virtually every window in the hotel. Romantic guests will be more than entertained in a suite, where private balconies lend a visual experience of Seattle that is profound at minimum.
Expert Tip. Seattle's Asian culture and cuisine are explored through locally guided tours, where visitors can learn about everything from Bruce Lee's exploits to tales of 1000 year-old eggs.