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Hotel Max

Hotels Belltown
4 out of 5 stars
Hotel Max
Photograph: Courtesy Hotel Max

Time Out says

4 out of 5 stars

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This boutique hotel caters to the “Keep Seattle Weird” crowd, with a world-class art collection in the lobby, guestrooms equipped with turntables and Sub Pop-curated vinyl, and a complimentary craft-beer happy-hour each evening from 5:30 to 6:30pm. Upon check-in, scope out works by Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha and Ivan Navarro, and as you head to one of the hotel’s 163 rooms, admire oversize prints from local Seattle photographers. Hit up the 24-hour fitness center to work up an appetite for dinner at the hotel’s restaurant, Miller’s Guild, favored by Seattleites for its excellent wood-fired dry-aged beef and local seafood.

Hotel Max says
Located in the heart of downtown, just steps from Pike Place Market and hip Capitol Hill, Hotel Max is Seattle's home away from home for art lovers, musicians and the creatively inclined. Showcasing the work of iconic local photographers on each floor and original paintings all guest rooms, Hotel Max mixes urban adventure with art, music and style.

Within easy walking distance of the city’s most iconic attractions, best restaurants and world-class shopping, the 163-room Hotel Max is the perfect place to stay while soaking up the hip Seattle scene. Just off the lobby, Hotel Max offers a boardroom with seating for 14 people.

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Address: 620 Stewart St
Cross street: at 7th Ave
Price: $128-200
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