Inn at the Market.

A few weeks ago Chris and I were invited to enjoy a little staycation at Inn at the Market, a lovely hotel located right above the famous Pike Place Market in Seattle.  We really didn’t know what to expect, but after posting our stay on twitter and facebook, the feedback we received was unanimous.  Everyone responded with amazing tales of their own stays at Inn at the Market.  We were told of the friendly staff, comfortable rooms, and breathtaking views.

Seattle Pike Place Inn at the Market

What makes it so unique:

Inn at the Market is THE hotel to stay at if you want to be situated near the world renowned Pike Place Market.  Put on your rain jacket and take the 30 second walk to one of Seattle’s famous landmarks.  You can even stop at the very first Starbucks along the way.  Water view rooms will give you the pleasure of not only the iconic Pike Place Market sign, but also of the Puget Sound with ferries passing back and forth.

The restaurants at Inn at the Market will make your stay tasty and fulfilling.  You have your choices between Marché, Café Campagne, Bacco Bistro, and Cha:n, each with its own unique flavor and flare.  If you’re in the mood for a night cap, grab a bottle of wine and head to the rooftop deck.  It makes for great people watching and a night to remember.

The Extras:

Any hotel room will offer you a bed, bathroom, and TV, but the rooms at Inn at the Market are an experience.  You’ll be getting your beauty sleep on Luxury Hypnos beds with an ipod docking station at your fingertips.  The bathroom in our suite was the same size as our Korean apartment.  I actually wanted to shower twice, just for pleasure.  The icing on the cake?  Free WIFI!  Every bloggers dream.

More information:

http://www.innatthemarket.com/

Inn at the Market
86 Pine Street
Seattle, Washington 98101
Phone 206-443-3600

It should be noted that while we received a complimentary room in exchange for this post, the expressed views and opinions are our own.  Would we recommend Inn at the Market to our friends and family?  Yes.  Hands down.

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One Comment

  1. Emme Rogers @ Roamancing
    May 8, 2012 at 5:47 pm - Reply

    Sounds like a lovely stay!

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