Sleeping In Seattle | Loews Hotel 1000, Seattle

 THE VIBE:

On the heels of a recent multi-million-dollar refresh, Loews Hotel 1000 offers a new polished look for guests with an overall design that reflects the contrast between the lush nature surrounding Seattle and the urban industrial vibe of the city. Everything from the lobby and public spaces to guestrooms were updated utilizing color palettes, materials and other elements that embody this contrast, as demonstrated by the 250 hand-blown LED glass droplet lobby lights that are meant to evoke the quintessential Seattle rain.

 

THE SLEEP:

The hotel’s 120 guestrooms and suites were refreshed to welcome a new set of guests, offering bright spaces touched with soft greys, greens and rose colors and providing marvelous views of Seattle from within. For a truly extravagant stay, book the Presidential Grand Suite, which will give you 2,000-square-feet of elegantly appointed space, sweeping views, and amenities such as a double-sided fireplace joining the living room and parlor, dining table for private entertaining, dedicated media room, and spacious bathroom with a glass surround shower and separate jetted tub.

 

THE TASTE:

Indulge in a seafood fest at the new All Water Seafood & Oyster Bar. With decor that pays homage to the space’s history—it was once a former tackle & bait shop—and a menu that nods to Pike Place Market and its fresh bounties, you’ll get a taste of some of the best the Pacific Northwest has to offer.  Also, grab a spot by the fireplace at Bell Lounge for an artisanal cocktail.

 

THE RELAX:

A trip to the hotel’s spa will bring you a day of rejuvenation with a range of facials, massages and other body treatments featuring HydroPeptide and Knesko products. Or, have the spa come to your room with the hotel’s Suite Retreat offering, which provides a personal Bath Butler to draw you the ideal soothing bath complete with bath salts, body scrub and body butter.

 

THE LOCALE:

Located in Seattle’s Waterfront district, Loews Hotel 1000 is a stone’s throw away from top attractions like Pike Place Market and Seattle Art Museum as well as a lively shopping district.  For a touch of nostalgia, visit the nearby Seattle Pinball Museum and have a go at over 50 classic pinball machines.

 

THE SNAP:

It’s the waterfront views that’ll have you reaching for your phones. Book a Grand Corner Water View Junior Suite and the ultimate bubble bath selfie awaits, set against a backdrop of Elliott Bay and Puget Sound out the window.

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