Urban, downtown lodging, celebrating the city’s artistic flair
Interior design reflecting Seattle’s art, music and style
Complimentary morning coffee and happy hour
Delicious wood-fired dining at Miller’s Guild restaurant
Hotel Max Hotel , Seattle
Setting the scene
First opening as a hotel in 1926, a lot has changed here – including the hotel’s name – but its distinctive architectural style remains the same. Influenced by the local arts and culture, you’ll find inspiration all around – from the fabulous photographs and paintings scattered throughout the hotel, to the fifth floor, dedicated to iconic local record label Sub Pop Records. The guestrooms here ooze comfort and style, and are available in a huge range of sizes, from mini to more spacious studios. Guests are also treated with fantastic on-site amenities, including a 24-hour gym, complimentary beer and a rustic restaurant serving wood-fired cuisine.
Sat in downtown Seattle, guests will find themselves at the heart of all the action. As a relatively compact area, all the best attractions in the downtown area can be reached by foot. From city shopping to more relaxed adventures on the waterfront, there’s something for everyone in Seattle. And if you’ve chosen to stay here because of your love of the arts – you’ll be pleased to find the city’s best art galleries and music action nearby.
Choice of guestrooms and studios available
Coffee and tea-making facilities in-room
24-hour room service
Complimentary morning coffee
Complimentary craft beer happy hour
24-hour Fitness Centre
Valet parking available
Accessible accommodations available
Special amenities for pets
Nearby Things To Do
Just moments from the hotel you’ll find yourself immersed in some of the city’s best shopping at Pacific Place, which features five floors of shopping, entertainment and dining. Foodies can also rejoice as they enjoy some of the nearby eateries. From morning coffee at the Storyville Coffee Company, to sweet treats at Top Pot Doughnuts and Molly Moon’s Homemade Ice Cream. There’s also BOKA Restaurant & Bar to experience come night. All the other downtown attractions are nearby too – from Pike Place Market to Capitol Hill. And for the full sightseeing experience, why not hop on a Washington State Ferry ride?