The Edgewater Hotel | United States | If Only

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The Edgewater Hotel, features amazing views of the Olympic Mountains, the sparkling waters of Elliott Bay and easy access to the city’s best loved attractions. Located on Pier 67, the hotel was originally built for the 1962 World’s Fair and was home to The Beatles during the first world tour, when they famously fished from the window of their suite.


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At a glance

  • Luxury Hotel
  • 4 Star
  • 223 Rooms



Overlooking the waters of Elliott Bay, guests enjoy sparkling views of the city from the contemporary rooms and suites. Guest rooms and suites, either cityside or waterside, are fitted with custom-designed knotty pine furniture, soft leather chairs and ottomans, pine fireplaces and European spa-style bathrooms.

Kick it up a notch and indulge in one of the Luxury Suites - a top-of-the-line experience to reflect a top-of-the-line city.



The hotel’s signature restaurant, Six Seven Restaurant, offers seasonally inspired cuisine crafted with the freshest and finest organic ingredients. An ever-evolving wine selection and breathtaking views perfectly complement the dining experience.

Sample a great menu of creative and inspired culinary selection at Happy Hour at Six Seven - the ideal place to unwind and enjoy gorgeous vistas while sipping on fun and classic cocktails.



Grab one of the hotel’s bikes and visit some of Seattle’s most famous attractions, including the Seattle Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and the Original Starbucks.

Getting There

Arrival Airport

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport


Approximately 25 minutes from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport


There’s never really a bad time to visit Washington. In the summer, temperatures can reach mid-high 20°C and an abundance of festivals and events make Seattle a great choice. Spring and autumn, when the weather is slightly cooler, are an ideal time to spend time hiking in the national parks, while an abundance of snow sports in winter ensures that there’s plenty to do throughout the year.