|Description||The historic Mayflower Park Hotel, constructed in 1927, was one of Seattle, Washington's first "uptown" hotels. Built during the Prohibition era, the hotel boasted one of the first Bartell's Drug Stores, now occupied by the martini bar, Oliver's Lounge, and a coffee shop, now occupied by Andaluca, a Mediterranean inspired restaurant. Located in central downtown Seattle, the Mayflower Park Hotel has direct access to the Westlake Center for shopping, the Seattle Monorail system and is only ten miles from the Seattle Tacoma International Airport. Within walking distance from Mayflower Park Hotel are the Pike Place Market, waterfront and the Seattle Art Museum. |
Ideally suited for business meetings, banquets and wedding receptions, the hotel offers six meeting rooms available for groups of 12 to 200. The Mayflower Park Hotel offers various guestroom packages for romantics, theater lovers and cocktail aficionados.
The 171 comfortable and classically decorated guestrooms, including 13 luxury suites, feature individually selected artwork and many of the rooms showcase views of downtown Seattle. Each guestroom offers amenities designed to pamper the guest, including wireless high speed Internet access, complimentary newspapers, large screen televisions with video game consoles, designer toiletries, terry cloth bathrobes and same day laundry service.
The Mayflower Park Hotel is highly acclaimed and strives to thoroughly delight the modern traveler.