The Edgewater Hotel practically floats on Elliott Bay atop Pier 67 as Seattle’s only waterfront hotel, with panoramic views to the west and the city lights behind. The iconic property provides an authentic Pacific Northwest lodge experience with river-rock fireplaces and handcrafted pine furniture in every room.
When you arrive, you are greeted by the smell of salt water and views of the Olympic Mountains from the Northwest-inspired lobby. The location can’t be beat for its proximity to everything Seattle. The Pike Place Market and Space Needle are both within walking distance. The hotel’s cool ambiance makes it a must-see destination for foodies and lovers looking for an escape.
Foodies will savor the culinary delights found at the appropriately named Six Seven. Sweeping views of the Sound and chic décor make for a sophisticated, yet casual dining experience. Both travelers and local foodies will enjoy seasonally inspired, locally “grown” (most likely caught) cuisine famously served at the water’s edge.
For starters, appetizers like roast Penn Cove mussels with caramelized onions and smoked bacon are served in a sherry thyme sauce. Jumbo Dungeness crab and shrimp cake are served with a lemongrass sauce and topped with tomato jam.
Seafood lovers will find bliss in chef-inspired entrees including the cedar plank salmon served with rainbow potatoes, forager mushrooms, pancetta, tomato, asparagus, truffle cream and blackberry honey. Alaskan King Crab Legs are served with saffron potato, thyme beurre blanc and roasted spinach with garlic. Food is presented in an elegant yet simple manner.
The food is world-class and the vibe is chic, welcoming guests from across the globe to stay, explore and dine at this one-of-a-kind location.
2411 Alaskan Way, Seattle
206.728.7000 or 800.624.0670