Hotel Five Seattle

One-Night Stay at Hotel Five Seattle

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Renovated Hotel Overlooking Seattle Skyline

Like the Eiffel Tower in Paris, Seattle's Space Needle was originally built for a World's Fair in an effort to show off the city's architectural and engineering prowess. Today, Seattle’s 520-foot spire has become an emblem of the skyline. It’s crowned by a rotating restaurant and an observation deck, which overlooks Puget Sound and Mount Rainier. Five blocks to the southeast, Hotel Five Seattle lies within easy walking distance of the Needle and other downtown landmarks.

The recently renovated hotel has funky, modern décor that fits in nicely amid its ultra-urban location. The deluxe queen rooms have artsy touches such as red accent walls, rainbow-hued canvases, and a window shade printed with creative typography. However, the focal point in many of the rooms is the view: most Fifth Avenue rooms overlook the Seattle Monorail as it zips back and forth, and in most city-view rooms, you can peer out toward skyscrapers to watch young King Kongs intern at the city’s supervillain bureau. Bathrooms also lend to the posh feel of the place, as they’re lined with Italian tile, an all-glass pedestal sink, and a rain-style showerhead.

In the morning, Max's Cafe (open 7 a.m.–1:30 p.m.) brews blends of Starbucks-brand coffee; the omnipresent coffee company began as a tiny joint just steps away in the Pike Place Market. Breakfasts include a signature five-cheese omelet ($9), and lunches feature plates such as smoked-salmon chowder ($5) and halibut beer-battered in a regional Red Hook brew ($16).

Belltown, Seattle: Trendy Galleries Near Downtown Waterfront

Sandwiched between the downtown business district and the waterfront of Elliot Bay, Belltown has enjoyed a renaissance in recent years; Money called it "a walkable neighborhood with everything you need." Aside from restaurants and boutiques, there are many art galleries here, and they showcase contemporary paintings, bronze sculptures, and fire drills led by ballet dancers. There's also the Olympic Sculpture Garden and the Seattle Art Museum, which has an extensive collection of carvings from aboriginal Australia.

Meanwhile, there’s prime people-watching at the Pike Place Market as around 10 million visitors file through it yearly. The market was founded in 1907 in the wake of a growing outrage at the skyrocketing price of onions, and there’s still a wealth of affordable fruits and veggies for sale today. For many, though, the bazaar's main attraction lies in its fish mongers, who chant orders to one another and fling salmon across the stalls.

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.

What You Get

  • $99 for a one-night stay for two in a deluxe queen room with a $25 dining credit, valid at Max's Cafe

Book by: 6/30/12
Travel by: 2/28/13

Read the Fine Print for important info on travel dates and other restrictions.


  • Café serving Starbucks coffee
  • In-room Keurig coffeemakers
  • Five blocks from Space Needle
  • Fitness center and business center
  • Complimentary WiFi

The Fine Print

  • Must book by 6/30/12 or promotional value expires
  • Must complete travel by 2/28/13
  • Not valid 7/6-7/7, 7/13-7/14, 7/20-7/21, 7/27-7/28, 8/3-8/4, 8/10-8/18, 8/24-8/25, 8/31, or 12/31
  • Limit 7 per person, may buy 5 additional as gifts
  • Limit 7 per visit
  • Must cancel by 3PM one day prior to scheduled arrival or fee up to Groupon price applies
  • Subject to availability
  • Must be 18 or older to check in
  • Credit card required at check-in
  • Not valid with reward points
  • $2-per-day city tourist fee and 15.6% tax not included.

Other Details

How To Book

  1. Purchase Groupon.
  2. Call Hotel Five Seattle by 6/30/12.
  3. Choose a date prior to 2/28/13.
  4. Mention your Groupon and provide your credit-card info

Room Details

In All Included Rooms

  • One queen bed
  • Standard occupancy: 2
  • Maximum occupancy: 2
  • Adding occupants above standard: not allowed
  • Tommy Bahama bath products
  • 32-inch flat-screen TV
  • Rain-style showerhead
  • Keurig coffeemaker
  • Italian tile in bathroom

City-View Deluxe Queen Room

  • Most have views of Space Needle and downtown

Fifth Avenue Deluxe Queen Room

  • Most have views of Seattle Monorail

Hotel Policies

  • Check in: 3 p.m.
  • Check out: noon
  • Parking: lot parking available for $15 per day
  • Rollaways: not available
  • Smoking policy: no smoking inside the property
  • Pet policy: one dog may be added for $25 per night in upgraded deluxe double-queen rooms.
  • Accessibility: handicap-accessible rooms are available upon request during booking.
  • Room upgrades: upgrade to deluxe double-queen room for an additional $20 per night for the room, plus an additional $20 per guest over two

What It's Worth

What You Get

  • $99 for a one-night stay for two in a deluxe queen room (up to a $150 value)
  • $25 dining credit, valid at Max's Cafe

    Total value: up to $175

Getting There

  • By plane: 15 miles from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA)
  • By cab: about $43 from SEA

Traveler's Tips

  • Though deluxe queen rooms cannot accommodate more than two guests, it’s possible to upgrade to a deluxe double-queen room for $20 per night, plus an additional $20 per guest over two, to allow up to four guests.

Customer Reviews

Decor , staff & locality was brilliant could not fault anything about Hotel Five loved it !
Merlyn D. · May 31, 2013
stylish room and the restaurant had good breakfast.
Angela K. · May 31, 2013
The personal service. Cafe Max!
Ashley M. · May 30, 2013
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