Located in Seattle's First Hill neighborhood only a short walk from downtown, the iconic Hotel Sorrento, features 76 guest rooms and a 100-plus year history where Seattleites and hotel guests have long enjoyed afternoon tea, literary events and entertainment, forever capturing the hearts and soul of the community. The landmark Sorrento's restoration, completed in 2015, details the timeless features found in the original woodwork, marble flooring, exterior façade, and architectural integrity. At the Sorrento's Dunbar Room, Executive Chef Seth Caswell oversees the menu of Contemporary American Cuisine with a locally sourced foundation of ingredients. The offerings feature a full selection of small bites and plates designed to complement the bar's inspired list of craft cocktails.
Among the Sorrento’s 76 guestrooms, no two are alike. Older buildings were designed for form, not conformity, so each room was given the curves and corners required to make it fit. Along with original details like carved wood moldings and period fixtures, every room offers a century’s worth of refinement: meticulously restored vintage furnishings, rich fabrics and one-of-a-kind artwork.
They've been told by many a return guest that The Hotel Sorrento's beds are the most comfortable in Seattle and that they wish they could take our sheets home with them. The white-marble bathrooms are the essence of simple elegance. And these days complementary in-room Wi-Fi is a given.
*Overnight valet parking is $45