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Modern, elegant, and focused on service, the Hotel 1000 is an excellent choice for travelers wanting luxury amenities in a smaller downtown property. Opened in 2006 two blocks from the Seattle Art Museum and the pier, this hotel puts an emphasis on technology—its rooms are wired with fiber optics for guests’ Internet needs and heat sensors so the staff knows when not to interrupt. Some of the rooms are configured with open baths (with optional privacy screen) to allow for a view of the bay while soaking in the deep bathtub that fills up from a spout in the ceiling—a feature in even the standard rooms.
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Neighborhood Vibe
Hotel 1000 sits on the Pioneer Square side of downtown, close to Seattle’s oldest (and newest) restaurants and bars. A few blocks away, sign up for Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour; it’s a good introduction to Seattle’s colorful history. The attractive, loftlike Bar Sajor, with an open kitchen and rotating menu, is also just a short walk away. The stadiums are at this end of town; don’t be surprised when the streets fill with Seahawks and Sounders fans on game day.
Need to Know
Rooms: 84 rooms, 36 suites. From $219.
Check-in: 3 p.m.; check-out: 11 a.m.
Dining options: BOKA Restaurant + Bar starts serving breakfast at 6:30 a.m. and makes an excellent scratch Bloody Mary. It also offers a late-night weekend happy hour with small plates for $4 until 12:30 a.m.
Spa and gym details: The Spaahh and fitness facilities are located on the “resort level” below the hotel lobby. Although small, the spa is full-service, offering a menu of massages, facials, and hand and foot treatments. The fitness center is open 24 hours and includes separate dry saunas for men and women.
Insider Tips
Who's it for: Business travelers, smaller wedding and bachelor party groups, and luxury travelers who prefer small hotels.
Our favorite rooms: Don’t dismiss the city view rooms at the Hotel 1000. While they're at a lower price point than the water view rooms, they look out onto Seattle’s skyscrapers, which reflect the light beautifully at sunset.
Go for the gold: On the hotel’s lower level is a state-of-the-art golf simulator that offers virtual play on 50 of the world’s best golf courses.
Amenities
  • Restaurant + Bar
    BOKA Restaurant + Bar - Contemporary restaurant and bar with locally inspired cuisine and craft cocktails
  • Rooms
    Sparkling wine upon arrival; complimentary coffee in room; pet-friendly
  • Tech
    Virtual golf club on-site with private instruction available; WiFi and dual line VOIP phones available in-room; heat-detecting sensors in room allow staff to know when not to disturb guests in room
  • Spa
    The Spaahh - on-site spa with Red Flower organic products
Room Types
  • Luxe Room
    Free-standing two-person “fill from the ceiling” pedestal tub and glass surround shower. Choice of one king or two queen-sized beds, and measures a minimum of 390 square feet.
  • Deluxe Room
    Featuring views of downtown Seattle or Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. Choice of one king or two queen-sized beds, and a minimum of 390 sq. ft. to spread out.
  • PURE Deluxe Room
    PURE Allergy Friendly Guestroom with views of downtown Seattle or Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. Choice of one king or two queen-sized beds, and a minimum of 390 sq. ft. to spread out.
  • Corner Studio Suite
    At 575 sq. ft. Corner Studio Suite features views of downtown Seattle or Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. One king-sized bed and pull-out sofa bed.
  • Luxe Parlor Suite
    Separate sitting area. Suite can connect to an additional guestroom to create a two-bedroom suite. One king-sized bed and pull-out sofa bed in sitting area with 530 sq. ft. of space.
  • Grand Luxe Parlor Suite
    Featuring views of Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. In addition to one king-sized bed, these 530 sq. ft. rooms have a pull-out sofa bed in sitting area.
  • Executive Suite
    Separate sitting area. Suite can connect to an additional guestroom to create a two-bedroom suite.  One king-sized bed and pull-out sofa bed, all within 785 square feet.
  • Grand Suite
    Top floor of the hotel. Panoramic views of downtown Seattle, Elliott Bay and Puget Sound. Media room for eight guests. Double-sided fireplace separates living and dining rooms in this expansive 2,000 sq. ft. suite.
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