|Description||Location. The Sheraton Seattle Hotel comprises two towers that rise above the downtown shopping and entertainment district of Seattle, Wash. The Washington State Convention & Trade Center is located adjacent to the hotel. Westlake Center is located two blocks from the hotel. |
Hotel Features. The Sheraton Seattle Hotel lobby displays private artwork and sculpture, including blown glass pieces crafted by Northwest artist Dale Chihuly. Hotel dining options include The Daily Grill that serves American fare and home style favorites. The Daily Grill Short Order eatery offers sandwiches, pastries, fruit, beverages and specialty coffee drinks. The Lobby Lounge overlooks busy Pike Street and serves Seattle microbrews and wines. A total of 75,000 square feet of function space accommodates events. The hotel houses a business center, an Internet kiosk and three Sheraton Link stations. Wireless Internet access is complimentary in public areas. The Northwest Traders shop offers clothing items and Northwest themed souvenirs. This property is one of few Seattle hotels that offers an indoor pool. The fitness room contains cardiovascular and weight training equipment.
Guestrooms. This smoke free property offers 1,258 contemporary guestrooms furnished with Sheraton Sweet Sleeper Beds. Beds feature pillowtop mattresses, 300 thread count sheets, duvets and four down pillows. Guestrooms contain numbered and signed artwork by renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly. Marble bathrooms feature rainforest showerheads, curved shower rods and Shine by Bliss toiletries. Rooms include wireless Internet access for a fee, and flat screen televisions.
Expert Tip. The Sheraton Seattle Hotel occupies a prime location one block from the 5th Street Theatre that mounts 150 musicals each year. The hotel is also located six blocks from the famed Pike Place Market where everything from handmade crafts and artworks, to farm fresh fruit and vegetables attract tourists and locals alike.
The hotel's fitness room, pool and spa tub are closed for renovations. The estimated completion date is October 2008. This date is subject to change.