|Description||Location. The Arctic Club Hotel Seattle is located in Seattle, Wash., seven blocks from the Seattle waterfront. The Space Needle is less than two miles from the hotel, and Lake Washington is three miles away. |
Hotel Features. Built in 1917, the historical Arctic Building is home to the Arctic Club Hotel Seattle. The building is a designated landmark and is on the National Register of Historic Places. The Arctic Club Hotel Seattle still features early 1900s architecture with Alaskan marble foyers and stairways, Alaska Yukon Pacific Exposition artifacts, original art and 27 molded walrus heads. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, the JUNO restaurant offers seasonal menus and Northwest cuisine using organic and eco friendly ingredients. The Polar Bar serves top shelf drinks and a daily afternoon High Tea. Event space includes three domed rooms with filtered, natural light, gilded Rococo carved motifs, historic frescos, and stained glass walls and ceilings. Complimentary wireless Internet access is provided throughout the hotel.
Guestrooms. The 120 guestrooms at the Arctic Club Hotel Seattle feature large windows and high ceilings. Beds contain 320 thread count, Egyptian cotton linens and goose down pillows. Bathroom amenities include Kiehl's spa products, bathrobes and jetted tubs in select rooms. Wireless Internet access and DVD players are provided.
Expert Tip. One block from the Arctic Club Hotel Seattle is the Bank of America Tower, the second tallest building west of the Mississippi. Cascade and Olympic Mountain, Puget Sound, downtown Seattle, and Lake Washington can be seen from the observation deck on the 73rd floor.