Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
Overview of Four Seasons Hotel Seattle for cruise visitors looking for a great place to visit during a pre or post cruise from the Port of Seattle.
The Four Seasons Seattle is a five-star luxury hotel located close to top attractions and near the cruise ship docks. Cruise visitors can stop by to enjoy innovative cuisine at ART Restaurant or plan to stay for a pre or post cruise visit. Children are welcome and the staff is eager to help you settle right in. Below are some of my photos I took while hanging out at the hotel before heading to Celebrity Solstice.
Urban five-star hotel in the heart of downtown Seattle
The 147 room Four Season Seattle has floor-to-ceiling windows, which help bring natural light into the hotel while showcasing Elliot Bay and the Olympic Mountains. The decor consists of original works by Pacific Northwest School artists, plus reproductions from Seattle Art Museum. Cruisers can expect a modern looking hotel with natural hues and Asian-inspired millwork; wood and stone that help bring the outdoors in.
The hotel was built in 2008 and the infinity-edge pool has received high marks as one of the best places to watch the sunset. Even if cruise visitors don’t stay at the hotel, the property welcomes everyone looking to enjoy a bite in the restaurant, a drink at the bar or treatment at the spa.
Local Food and Drinks – a work of art
Four Seasons Seattle Executive Chef Kerry Sear stopped by to answer any questions I had about the menu. For those that know me, you know that he was in for a couple queries. Chef was very friendly and welcoming and agreeable to answer my questions about his inspiration for the menu as well as how cruise visitors could best use the property for a pre or post cruise visit.
Custom made fresh-squeezed juice – yum!
Four Seasons Seattle is close to top attractions
Just steps from the waterfront., across the street from the Seattle Art Museum and just a block away from Pike Place Market, the Four Seasons Seattle is very convenient for cruisers with limited time to explore. Taking a taxi from SeaTac airport will run about $40 plus tip, shared van rides are less and the light rail stops a couple blocks away from the property. is just a couple blocks over. And with it being at the end of Union Street, you don’t even walk out to an area that has a bunch of cars waiting for you at the entrance
This from a Yelp review: You can’t really do much better than the Four Seasons if you’re from out of town.
Four Seasons Hotel Seattle
99 Union St
(between Post Aye & 1st Ave)
Seattle, WA 98101
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