The largest city in the Pacific Northwest is no stranger to visitors, and since you can't very well go spend the night in the Space Needle (seriously, don't try), you'd be smart to check out this rundown of Sea Town's most hospitable hotels. From a former WWII transfer station, to a former Salvation Army halfway house, to other places that weren't a formerly anything, this is your crash course in where to crash

The Sorrento 900 Madison St; 206.622.6400 Because getting just over the freeway from Downtown is far easier than getting to, say, Sorrento, Italy, you should probably just hit this iconic Seattle overnighter, where they've been romancing guests for over 100yrs. Read the full review...
Ace Hotel 2423 1st Ave; 206.448.4721 Located in a former Salvation Army halfway house, Seattle's Ace Hotel was the first Ace Hotel, and at 28 rooms, is by far the smallest location opened by the chain. Read the full review...
Hotel Bellevue 11200 SE Sixth St; 800.579.1110 Located on a tree-lined lot south of Bellevue's downtown, Hotel Bellevue is an urban retreat where guests can escape either Seattle or the Eastside's burgeoning shopping/dining district, knowing that four restaurants and full access to the sprawling on-site spa & athletic facilities will keep them occupied. Read the full review...
Hotel Max 620 Stewart St; 206.728.6299 Served by one of Seattle's best sushi joints, the boutique Hotel Max may seem attractive for its loads of headroom, but don't forget that the entire place is littered with sweet art and portraiture. Read the full review...
The Edgewater Hotel 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67; 206.728.7000 Like a luxurious log cabin that isn't actually in the woods, but instead is on a pier extending over Elliott Bay, the river rock- & raw wood-heavy Edgewater Hotel is as famous for its views as it is for being the Beatles' favorite Seattle fishing hole. Read the full review...
Hotel Five 2200 Fifth Ave; 206.441.9785 Sitting under the shadow of Seattle's historic monorail line, the riotously colorful Hotel Five is located where four of The Town's sweetest 'hoods (that's South Lake Union, Queen Anne, Belltown & Downtown) meet, and its seriously laid-back vibe will make you appreciate not having to travel far to reach any of them. Read the full review...
Hotel Ă„ndra 2000 4th Ave; 206.448.8600 If you're looking to stay at the edge of Downtown's shopping district, then Hotel Ă„ndra's for you, turning a former transfer station during World War II into the subtly modern boutique home to super-chef Tom Douglas. Read the full review...
The Moore Hotel 1926 2nd Ave; 206.448.4851 At the intersection of Seattle's Downtown and the nightlife-heavy Belltown district, the historic Moore Hotel is an affordable, no-frills overnighter perched atop the eponymous theater where the video for Pearl Jam's "Even Flow" was shot, though thanks to some recent renovations, you won't have to rest your head on a pillow of concrete. Read the full review...

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1. The Sorrento Hotel 900 Madison St, Seattle, WA 98104 (Capitol Hill)

Because getting just over the freeway from Downtown is far easier than getting to, say, Sorrento, Italy, you should probably just hit this iconic Seattle overnighter, where they've been romancing guests for over 100yrs with rich Italian architecture and luxuriously appointed dining & drinking establishments.

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2. Ace Hotel Seattle 2423 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (Belltown)

The Ace Hotel won't break your bank and is conveniently situated in Belltown, which means you can use the cash you saved on the room and spend it on the great nightlife that surrounds this minimalist hotel.

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3. Hotel Bellevue 11200 SE 6th St, Seattle, WA 98108 (Georgetown)

Hotel Bellevue is located on a luscious 9 acre plot of land situated between Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains. Between the 200,000sqft adjoining fitness center and four different restaurants to choose from, Hotel Bellevue will make you forget how close you really are to the city.

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4. Hotel Max 620 Stewart St, Seattle, WA 98101 (Downtown)

Served by one of Seattle's best sushi joints, the boutique Hotel Max may seem attractive for its loads of headroom, but don't forget that entire place is littered with sweet art and portraiture.

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5. The Edgewater Hotel 2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67, Seattle, WA 98121 (Downtown)

The Edgewater is an upscale waterfront hotel located minutes away from the Port of Seattle ferries and Pike Place Market. The rustic-elegant ambiance will make you feel like you’re staying in a luxurious log cabin, except it isn’t actually in the woods but instead on a pier over Elliot Bay. (Regardless, no rustic lobby lounge would be complete without a stone fireplace, and they’ve got one.) Within the hotel is the Six Seven Restaurant, famous for its waterside indoor and outdoor seating which offers breathtaking views of the Olympic Mountains and Puget Sound.

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6. Hotel Five 2200 Fifth Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (Downtown)

The riotously colorful Hotel Five is located where four of The Town's sweetest 'hoods (that's South Lake Union, Queen Anne, Belltown & Downtown) meet, and its seriously laid-back vibe will make you appreciate not having to travel far to reach any of them.

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7. Hotel Ă„ndra 2000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98121 (Downtown)

If you're looking to stay at the edge of downtown's shopping district, then Hotel Ă„ndra's for you, turning a former transfer station during World War II into the subtly modern boutique home to super-chef Tom Douglas.

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8. The Moore Hotel 1926 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 (Downtown)

At the intersection of Seattle's downtown and the nightlife-heavy Belltown district, the historic Moore Hotel is an affordable, no-frills overnighter perched atop the eponymous theater where the video for Pearl Jam's Evenflow was shot.

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