Escape to…The Edgewater Hotel | Seattle, WA

The Edgewater Hotel was formerly named the Edgewater Inn and Camelot in its early years. The hotel is the only over-water and waterfront hotel in the Seattle area, boasting early advertising slogans such as “fish from your room.” Edgewater was originally built for the Century 21 exposition, 1962 Worldʼs Fair. Since then, this boutique hotel has marked its place in history as the host to many famous names in the music scene from The Beatles to Blondie. Famous for hosting the most well-known names In music, such as The Beatles during their visit in 1964 during the height of Beatlemania and Led Zeppelin who had an impromptu soccer game in the lobby with a front desk employee instead of signing her soccer ball. Other famous guests include KISS, the Rolling Stones and Frank Zappa.

The Edgewater has two specialty suites: The Beatles Suite and The Penthouse for guest to experience a truly memorable stay.

Nestled on Seattleʼs waterfront at Pier 67, The Edgewater Hotel is the only waterfront hotel in the area giving guests glistening views of the Olympic Mountains and Elliott Bay. Explorers enjoy a short walk to explore Seattleʼs Pike Place Market, the famous Space Needle, Olympic Sculpture Park, as well as many other landmarks and places of interest.

Location:  Seattle, WA
Distance from Airport:  Seattle-Tacoma Intl. Airport  (SEA) approx. 20-30 mins. away
Distance from Cruise Terminal:  Seattle Cruise Terminal of America -approx. 3 mins. away

The Edgewater Hotel makes a great Seattle “Escape” location. Close to the Space Needle, Pikes Place Market and the Olympic Sculpture Park . You can even catch a ferry for a day excursion to Victoria, B.C. right next door. Planning to cruise Alaska? Why not consider this hotel as a pre or post cruise stay, its in walking distance from the cruise port!  To book an Seattle“Escape” or cruise package contact me at!


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