Why We Love This Hotel
- Zagat calls the restaurant, Rider, an "ode to the Pacific Northwest" with the best from land and sea
- Less than a 10 minute walk to Pike Place Market, downtown shopping and the waterfront
- Seattle-inspired details include an honor bar stocked with neighborhood brews and suites that come with locally made raincoats
Located in a historic building in the heart of downtown Seattle -- a few blocks from the Washington State Convention Center, Pike Place Market and waterfront -- the brand-new Hotel Theodore (which opened its doors in 1929 as the Roosevelt Hotel) reopened in November 2017 under a new name and with a fresh new look. Newly renovated from top to bottom, guest rooms showcase Seattle's rich history and local flair with images and artifacts curated in collaboration with Seattle's Museum of History & Industry plus an honor bar stocked with neighborhood brews and spirits.
Zagat calls the hotel's new restaruant, Rider, an "ode to the Pacific Northwest" (Zagat) focusing on the best of land and sea and the hotel hosts a nightly aperitivo hour with handcrafted cocktails in the lobby atrium. There is a brand-new on-site fitness center that is open 24 hours a day.
The hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Pike Place Market, Nordstrom’s flagship store and dozens of restaurants. The Seattle Center -- home to the Space Needle, MoPop Museum and Chihuly Glass Museum -- is less than a 10-minute drive. Valet parking and town car service are available.