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Kimpton Alexis Hotel

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5 out of 5 stars
Kimpton Alexis Hotel
Photograph: David Phelps

Time Out says

5 out of 5 stars

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Approachable luxury in a historic building at the heart of downtown

In its design, the Kimpton Alexis echoes the natural beauty and understated luxury of the Pacific Northwest aesthetic. Unwind in romantic guest rooms and suites draped in blues, greens and greys with plush accents like velvet sofas and woven wall-hangings. Each comes complete with a rolling minibar trolley—a nod to the hotel’s craft-cocktail-and-whiskey-bar, The Bookstore. The hotel’s Grand Alexis and Grand Arlington Suites come complete with more than 1000 square feet of space, a dining table set for eight and a record collection curated by Seattle’s famed Sub Pop Records.

Breakfast, lunch and dinner are also served at The Bookstore, whose floor-to-ceiling windows look out on the busy 1st Avenue scene. Other amenities include a daily wine reception, an award winning fitness center with a bouldering wall and monkey bars, and the Aveda-stocked Chroma Salon and Spa. The Kimpton Alexis is also pet friendly and the concierge is armed with a list of nearby parks and services for the travel-savvy dog or cat.



The urban core of Seattle is packed with some of the city’s best food and entertainment. The Kimpton Alexis is steps from some of Seattle’s buzzy SODO district, historic Pioneer Square and the Pike Place Market. If you’re in town to catch the Seahawks, CenturyLink Field is just down the street.



  1. Seattle Art Museum: A world-class museum with a diverse collection of modern and classic work.


  1. Matt’s in the Market: A favorite Seattle seafood joint overlooking Pike Place Market.


  1. Showbox: Rock-and-roll is king at this art deco music club that first opened in 1939.


Time Out tip: Complimentary bikes are available for two-wheel exploring any time day or night.



Address: 1007 First Ave
Price: $195–$495
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