Ace Hotel

2423 First Ave. (Wall St.) Seattle WA

Where hip urban style and affordability meet.

Located in the trendy Belltown district, this building started life as a hotel for maritime workers in 1909. Following an ace transformation, it now has the vibe of an artist's loft. White dominates, particularly in the guest rooms with their painted exposed-brick walls. The stylish, minimalist atmosphere appeals to budget-conscious Europeans and Japanese visitors, as well as the young, hip traveling set --- this is definitely not your parents' Sheraton. Case in point: guest room artwork by du jour artists like Shepard Fairey. Accommodations come with either shared or private baths, and their vintage furnishings are just one of the hotel's many eco-friendly efforts. Some of the deluxe rooms have partial water views. Wi-Fi is free, dogs are welcome, and food and drink needs are met at the on-site Cyclops Café and Panther Room bar. In addition, the breakfast room welcomes guests with Stumptown coffee and DIY waffles.

Hotel Information


2423 First Ave. (Wall St.) Seattle WA 98121 U.S.


206-448-4721 Hotel’s Website

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