Loews Hotel 1000
Loews Hotel 1000 located in the heart of downtown Seattle is a hidden gem. Located just a few blocks away from the Pike Place Market, Elliot Bay and Pioneer Square, the hotel is located in the perfect place to walk just about anywhere.
Loews Hotel 1000
The most notable thing perhaps about Loews Hotel 1000 is that is just underwent a multi-million dollar renovation in the fall of 2017. From the lobby to the guest rooms, the hotel was completely renovated from top to bottom. If we had to describe the vibe of this hotel in the heart of the big city it would be organic meets industrial. And we loved it.
The Loews Hotel 1000 is like your smaller boutique hotel properties with just 120 guest rooms and suites. Every single room has been given a new palette following the renovation. The rooms feature a color scheme that reflect the city of Seattle with soft grays, rich greens and a hint of rose giving the rooms a warm and home-like feeling.
The room featured sleek modern surfaces with industrial light fixtures and organic textiles tying it all together. And let's talk about the incredible views of Elliott Bay, a glimpse of the city and of Seattle's Great Wheel. We could just stare out the windows for hours!
The bathroom was a spa-inspired bathroom with a luxurious free-standing tub that fills from the ceiling, yes the ceiling! And the bathroom has also has a walk-in shower and toilet room that are divided by glass enclosures.
The on-site restaurant at Loews Hotel 1000 is All Water Seafood & Oyster Bar. For seafood lovers, this restaurant is known for their boat-to-table cuisine. Featuring flavors from the Pacific Northwest in the dishes they are cooking up. We went to breakfast at All Water and were impressed. The ambiance is very warm and inviting with an industrial and mid-century modern feel. We opted for the Classic Benedict that was actually served on a biscuit and The Classic breakfast, both of which were delicious!
There are plenty of amenities at the Loews Hotel 1000 such as the on-site spa, fitness center and golf simulator all of which are located on the lower-level. You forget you are right in the heart of the city when utilizing these amenities.
We used the fitness center to grab a quick workout in between drinking too much delicious Seattle coffee. And while it is on the small side, it has everything you need to get a good workout in. There are plenty of free weights, a cable machine and cardio equipment to get your sweat on.
If you are planning a trip to Seattle, be sure to check out our Weekend Wanderings: Seattle Guide
And remember, if you book with a travel agent like Virtual Travel Gurus, you’ll get extra benefits like complimentary breakfast, a $100 food & beverage credit, room upgrade, early check-in and late check-out!