Sheraton Seattle Hotel

1400 Sixth Ave, Seattle, 98101, WA

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Overview

Sheraton Seattle Hotel is a wonderful property for families with children to go. This hotel is just around the corner from the Museum of Flight, Washington Park Arboretum and Kerry Park. A few other points of interest include the Columbia Center Sky View Observatory and Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park. The 4-star hotel has 1,258 suites, a fitness center and swimming pool. Sheraton Seattle Hotel dining options include room service and onsite restaurant. Molly Moon, Tulio Ristorante and Top Pot–Downtown are all kid-friendly eateries that are notable and are near the hotel.

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Our Editor Loves

  • Parking was pricey
  • Great location
  • Great hotel

Family Interests

  • Museum/Cultural

Family Amenities

  • Onsite Dining
  • Pool

Reviews

Seattle Sheraton

by adralaska

We had a great stay at the Seattle Sheraton after an 11 cruise tour. Check in was easy and quick and we took advantage of an upgrade to have the ability to have breakfast before our flight home. Beautiful hotel in a great location in the city.

Central location

by Roary_and_Friends

I had a Marriott e-certificate to use, and since it was limited to a maximum Category 5 hotel, I picked the Sheraton Grand Seattle as the only full-service Cat 5 hotel in Seattle. I've only used this Sheraton once before (more than 15 years ago). I was very happy with my stay this time.

I originally booked a traditional 2 Double bed room, but used a Marriott Suite Night upgrade to get a higher floor 2 double bed room. When I checked in via the app, I noticed I was upgraded to a 1 king suite. Once I arrived, the front desk staff confirmed that I was getting a suite. She was very friendly and down-to-earth.

We got room on the 34th floor, and surprised at how big the suite was. The entrance area was quite large and easily accommodated my family and our luggage while we were taking our shoes off. The door to our left went straight into the king bedroom, with tv, and a very very large ensuite, From the entrance, going to the right door was a very sizeable living room area with couch, full dining room table, TV, mini bar and half bathroom. The decor is rather traditional, but clean and in good condition. TV had a good selection of channels, but noticed the menu/guide wasn't working, so had to resort to a lot of channel flipping which tends to be slow on digital feeds. The view from our room was very nice. Our room was so high up, I did not notice any street noise at all.

As a platinum member, we had access to the Club Lounge, located on the 32nd floor. I haven't been to a lot of club lounges, but this was by far the largest one I've been to. Very clean and bright, with a great view over the city. The breakfast was good. The evening hors d'oeuvres can easily serve as a light meal (we had vegetarian spring rolls, chicken cashew spring rolls and gyozas as the hot items). The packaged snacks, coffee, water and drinks made it handy before stepping out to do touristy things. I only noticed 2 service staff on the floor at any one time, but found them very friendly.

On-site parking is a ridiculous $57/night. Fortunately, I did my research and parked across the street at the US Bank Center. The posted rate is $36 per 24 hours. I arrived on a Sunday, and left early Monday, and was expecting to pay close to the $36 but for whatever reason, the ticket machine only charged $10 (no complaints here!).

Location can't be beat. Next to the Convention Center for conventioners, next to a lot of shopping, restaurants and the monorail (that goes to Seattle Center), and less than a 15 min walk to Pike Place Market. Having the GameWorks across the street is really handy for video-game loving kids.

Overall, a really fantastic stay. I think the regular weekend rate during this time of year is around $250-$300, which is too high for me as a Canadian (that exchange rate really hurts right now), but defintely full value for using my e-certificate. Can't way to come back with my next certificate!

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