Accommodation

We’ve thoughtfully gathered our suggestions for the best places to stay in the Northwest – from B&Bs to hotels to camping and glamping and everything in between. And don’t miss our guide on the most unique places to stay in the Northwest.

The Roosevelt Hotel - Seattle, WA

The Roosevelt Hotel

206 621 1200

1531 7th Avenue, Seattle, WA, United States

The Roosevelt Hotel Seattle is located across the street from the Washington State Convention Center and Pacific Place mall and just six blocks from the world-famous Pike Place Market and Seattle waterfront.Read More

Sentinel Hotel, Portland OR

Sentinel Hotel

503 224 3400

614 SW 11th Ave, Portland, OR, United States

Here, visionaries are celebrated through artwork that adorns the corridors and guestrooms in two of Portland’s most historic buildings that serve as the nucleus of the Portland community.Read More

Hotel deLuxe - Portland OR

Hotel deLuxe

503 219 2094

729 SW 15th Ave, Portland, OR, United States

A contemporary tribute to the Golden Era of Hollywood filmmaking, Hotel deluxe balances art deco and art modern styles for a mix of timeless sophistication and serene glamour.Read More

Hotel Lucia - Portland OR

Hotel Lucia

503 225 1717

400 SW Broadway, Portland, OR, United States

An oasis of calm in the epicenter of Portland, Hotel Lucia is home to the world’s largest permanent collection of black and white photographs by Pulitzer prize-winner David Hume Kennerly.Read More

Hotel Murano - Tacoma WA

Hotel Murano

253 591 4105

1320 North Broadway Street, Tacoma, WA, United States

Tacoma is the epicenter of the American glass art movement and, honoring that heritage, Hotel Murano pairs luxurious guestrooms with a museum-worthy collection of glass art from around the globe.Read More

Hotel Max - Provenance Hotels

Hotel Max

206 728 6299

620 Stewart St, Seattle, WA 98101, United States

“Arty Hotel Max embraces Seattle’s grunge connection with a “Sub Pop” floor devoted to the local indie record label company that discovered Nirvana.” -NY Times, 2014Read More