Sheraton Seattle Hotel
About the Hotel
Why We Love This Hotel
- Massive high-rise business district hotel next to the Washington State Convention Center
- Pike Place Market and its iconic fish-throwers are a 10-minute walk away
- The hotel has a 35th-floor ballroom, indoor pool and modern fitness center all with sweeping city skyline views
- Original works on display by glass artist Dale Chihuly and other modern artists throughout the hotel
The Sheraton Seattle is in the right spot for conventioneers, business travelers or tourists who like a downtown high-rise hotel. Just a two-minute walk to the Washington State Convention Center next door, the property is a popular choice for those in town for one of the hundreds of shows, lectures, meetings and other events that take place here around the year.
The Sheraton also has its own spots for groups to gather, including a 35th-floor ballroom that’s a popular spot for weddings. Those without an invite to the ballroom can still take in the sweeping skyline views from the indoor pool and well-equipped fitness center, also 35 stories up.
What sets this Sheraton apart from the pack is the collection of modern art liberally sprinkled throughout the hotel. Sculptures and lithographs by internationally renowned glass artist Dale Chihuly can be seen in a massive case in the lobby and in other common areas. The works of other well-known modern artists have been added to the hotel’s collection over the years.
For more cultural enjoyment, the Seattle Center complex, home to several museums, theaters and the Space Needle, is a seven-minute drive away. For a must-see Seattle experience, walk to Pike Place Market, where you can see the fishmongers slinging their wares.