Seattle has plenty of great options when it comes to selecting accommodation for anyone visiting the city. Of course your decision will be based on many things, from the duration of your stay to the amount of money you are willing to splash for a hotel, although finding somewhere with a great location within the city tends to be a big factor in choosing your accommodation.
Another big allure for people looking for top class accommodation is the type of view they can get with their room, and what better view can you get in a Seattle hotel than one overlooking the iconic Seattle Space Needle?
There are many great choices when it comes to finding the best hotels with a view of the Seattle Space Need and here is a few of our favourites:
Pan Pacific Hotel
Address: 2125 Terry AvenueBook Now
There is a fine selection of rooms available that offer a truly wonderful view of the Space Needle at the Pan Pacific Hotel. It is centrally located within the city and is a stone’s throw away from many attractions.
The Deluxe Double Space Needle View is an elegant room with a great view of the Space Needle and starts at as little as $250/night, although there are certainly lots of upgradable options too if you really fancy staying in true luxury during your stay.
Space Needle Corner King Rooms offer a more dynamic view of the Space Needle and the surrounding cityscape in the shape of a corner room with double the viewing space, and starting at $290/ night they offer a nice upgrade, and the Premium Space Needle View provides plenty of luxury at a very reasonable rate of $250/night.
The rooms have a great modern décor to them and there are plenty of great features within each room, from Hypnos bedding with luxury Egyptian cotton linens to massive tubs perfect for soaking after a day exploring the city.
Address: 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67Book Now
Hotels in Seattle with a view of the Space Needle are highly sought-out by tourists, so imagine finding a location that has not only a view of this, but an incredible panorama of the Puget Sound and the Olympic Mountains makes the Edgewater one of the best hotels in Seattle for any type of view!
With two upper floors that feature a selection of rooms with outstanding views of the Space Needle and more, the Edgewater was the first and only Seattle hotel based on the waterfront where it currently resides at Pier 67 in the amazing Elliot Bay.
Their Cityside Deluxe room option provides a breath-taking view of the downtown skyline of Seattle, which of course includes the famous Space Needle. Prices vary depending on the time and duration of your stay, but start around the $250/night range.
Rooms include gas fireplaces that set a wonderful ambience in the room, which also includes a mini-bar, coffee maker (it is Seattle after all!), bath amenities and a massive set of windows to really make the most of the view!
Address: 300 Roy Street, Lower Queen AnneBook Now
Being located at Queen Anne Hill means that the Maxwell Hotel is very close to the Seattle Center and of course the Space Needle – resulting in quite the view!
Yet this also guarantees a prime location nearby to all of the best attractions Seattle has to offer, including the Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, the Seattle Opera and Pacific Northwest Ballet – so fans of the arts are sure to find everything they need when staying here!
Rooms come with lots of home comforts, such as European-style bedding and linens, complimentary bathrobes and slippers, and luxurious bath towels and products. The décor is contemporary and you will find massive windows that provide an impressive view of the Space Needle.
Handy features include free Wi-Fi, HD TV, a coffee maker, microwave, and a mini-fridge! Prices are very reasonable and start at around $179, although it may cost a little more to ensure a room with a view of the Space Needle.
The Hyatt at Olive 8
Address: 1635 8th Avenue, Seattle Central Business DistrictBook Now
Grand Hyatt Settle features all the luxury and class you would expect to find at any Hyatt hotel, and if you want one of the best rooms with a view of the city, then there aren’t much better than those found here.
An eco-friendly hotel, there are more than 300 rooms available, 13 of which are high-end luxury accommodation with utterly spectacular views and opulent décor and furnishings. Suits provide some of the best views of the downtown skyline and the Space Needle, although the smaller Corner King rooms still provide some exceptional views too for a much more affordable rate.
Rooms will have the usual amenities, including a fantastic Hyatt Grand Bed, flat screen TV’s, a mini fridge, iPod docking station, bath products, high speed Wi-Fi, and much more. They are styled in a very modern way, using light colours and understated furnishings, with lots of light getting in through the massive windows to help brighten up the room.
Rooms can be on the pricey side, with the cheapest options beginning around $240-$250.
Address: 405 Olive Way, Seattle Central Business DistrictBook Now
A hotel with a timeless style and a fantastic location at the heart of Seattle, Mayflower Park has plenty to offer, including a room with a great view of the Space Needle!
The prime location in downtown Seattle makes it the perfect place to stay for visiting all the best sights of the city, and with access to Seattle Light Rail mere steps away from the hotel, it makes getting around simple to do – you are literally a two-minute ride from the Space Needle, Seattle Center, and the Experience Music Project Museum.
The Westlake Center provides ample shopping opportunities with more than 80 stores and is located right across from the hotel, and you are only a short distance away from the bay, lots of top quality restaurants, and even Safeco Field where you can catch a game of baseball!
The décor and furnishings take inspiration from the Queen Anne style, providing a certain air of luxury and a real throwback style that makes the hotel feel very unique. Rooms are fitted with all your modern amenities as well, so in each room you can expect to find free Wi-Fi, HD televisions and coffee makers, luxury robes, and bath products, along with Queen Anne style furniture.
Pricing begins at around $159, although upgrades and luxury rooms will cost a little more than your average room.