Hotel Vintage Park
1100 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, Washington 98101The Hotel Vintage Park is a Four-Diamond boutique hotel located in downtown Seattle. This unique hotel was designed with a warm, elegant winery theme throughout to make guests feel as if they are visiting a vintage estate in the grape-growing region of Tuscany. All of the hotel's 126 rooms are named after vineyards and wineries in Washington State and were renovated in 2000. This charming hotel is one of three highly regarded boutique hotels within a six- block area in downtown Seattle. Hotel Vintage Park, Hotel Monaco
Hotel Vintage Park LocationHotel Vintage Park is located in the heart of Seattle's Retail and Financial Districts steps away from the city's finest boutiques, department stores, theaters and restaurants. Nearby attractions include Pike Place Market, Benaroya Symphony Hall, Seattle Art Museum, historic Pioneer Square, Safeco Field (the
Hotel Vintage Park AccommodationsThe Hotel Vintage Park has 126 guest rooms. Guest rooms were renovated in 2000. Amenities include a fax machine, three telephones with modem, voice mail and speakerphones, a private bar, AM/FM
Hotel Vintage Park SuitesThe Hotel Vintage Park's Grand Suite is the Chateau Saint Michelle, named after the acclaimed Northwest winery. The Grand Suite is on the hotel's top floor and features a romantic draped canopy bed, custom furniture, a cherry wood armoire, wood-burning fireplace, tiled spa bath,
Hotel Vintage Park DiningTulio Restaurant specializes in authentic Northern Italian cuisine using fresh local ingredients. Tulio's serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner as well as offering 24-hour room service.
Additional FacilitiesThe Hotel Vintage Park can provide guests with complimentary in-room fitness equipment. Guests can also enjoy membership privileges at neighboring health club facilities for a modest fee.
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