An Art Deco-style boutique hotel, in the heart of the University District
Stunning 30s-inspired rooms, overlooking the city
All-day dining at The District Lounge
Fitness facilities available on-site
Hotel Deca Hotel , Seattle
Setting the scene
Built in 1931, the Hotel Deca has retained its art-deco beauty, despite a number of renovations. Each 30s-inspired room comes equipped with all your getaway essentials and features panoramic views of either the city lights, or the inspiring mountains and lake. Those seeking an extra lavish stay can opt for a Premier Suite, which also features an outdoor deck, built-in wet bar, microwave and refrigerator. The rest of the hotel is equally grand and spectacular, starting at the Lobby, with its stylish décor and cosy fireplace, right though to the restaurant, which offers a globally inspired menu and live jazz. Just like you’d expect from a super stylish hotel.
Sat in the University District, minutes from the bustling downtown area, Hotel Deca offers the best of both worlds, with beautiful landscapes and vibrant city life nearby. Located just two blocks from the University itself, guests can enjoy the beautiful architecture, galleries and museums that sit on the campus, which is open to the public. There are also plenty of parks and trails nearby, perfect for taking in the scenery, while great restaurants and cafés await you at every corner.
Choice of guestrooms and suites
24-hour front desk
Lobby area with fireplace
Guest parking available
Accessible accommodations available
Nearby Things To Do
A stay in University District is all about soaking up the atmosphere and admiring the landscapes and historic buildings. The University of Washington offers up some of the best of these and is well worth a visit. Another great way to take in the surroundings is via the 27-mile Burke Gilman Trail, suitable for hiking or biking. The trail takes you along the Fremont Cut, Lake Union, and through the University of Washington Campus. Like any university town there’s lots of fantastic eateries and shops here too. University Way hosts some of these, while other great boutiques can be found in the downtown area. Other family-friendly attractions, such as Woodland Park Zoo and Seattle Space Needle, are also nearby and reached within 15 minutes by car.