NileGuide Expert Says:
Located a block from the Pike Place Market, this curiously quaint establishment seems like it fell out of a small European village. Once you work your way inside the single door leading upstairs, you will realize why this is considered by many to be Seattle's best-kept lodging secret. There are two 800-square-foot suites available, each with its own private bath, kitchen, balcony, and spectacular view of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains. The other rooms share four bathrooms. Some rooms offer astonishing views of the bay, and the enormous breakfast is simply wonderful. Walk downstairs and enjoy brunch at Le Pichet or browse pastries at the Pike Place Market.
1923 First Ave, Seattle, WA, United States
parking, pets-allowed, swimming-pool, internet-available, non-smoking, tv-in-room, children-allowed