Sexiest Weekend Staycations in Seattle

Summer in Seattle can be hot and sticky, and not in a sexy way. It is possible to heat things up in the AC with the right accommodations, though. If your aim is to escape the heat for a weekend while staying in the city check out one of these stunning properties that made our list for sexiest weekend staycations in Seattle. Grab some Velvet Swing, and start planning — you’re about to experience your best weekend yet without leaving the city.

Alexis Hotel

Even if it’s not your honeymoon, you can snag “The Love Nest, at Alexis Hotel” which comes with a four-poster bed. The bathroom has a two-person soaking tub and a walk-in shower with dual shower heads. In-room spa services are also an option. You really never have to leave, and that’s because there’s even a room-service button to ensure all of your extravagant needs are met.

Loews Hotel 1000

The big deal over at Hotel 1000 is the in-room soaking tubs that fill from the ceiling with a relaxing stream of water. There’s also a floor-to-ceiling window between the tub and the rest of the room. Yow! Small but still worth checking out, the full-service Spaahh welcomes you with a glass of bubbly and a foot soak.

The Fairmont Olympic Hotel

Nothing gets more romantic than chocolate-dipped strawberries and wine on arrival and breakfast-in-bed for two. This landmark hotel dating back to 1924 is on the National Register of Historic Places. Once you arrive you’ll understand why so many famous people have laid their heads here: in 2016, the hotel completed a $25-million renovation of its guest rooms with mid-century-inspired furnishings. A stay at the Fairmont might be something you pull off just once in your lifetime, but surely it’ll be memorable.

Hotel Vintage

Each of the rooms at Hotel Vintage (125 rooms total) is named for a different Washington winery. Wine flows freely at Hotel Vintage, even the decor is wine inspired here. From artwork to curtains, it’s a wine-o’s dream come true. Nothing gets a weekend staycation started like sharing a bottle of red wine. Hint: Don’t miss the wine happy hour in the lobby from 5 to 6 p.m., which a selection of Washington State blends and varietals.

Karen Locke

Karen Locke

Karen is a writer, author, and content strategist with nearly ten years of writing experience. With a concentration on food, drink, and travel, she's written for GQ, Bon Appétit, Sip Northwest, Thrillist, and more. You can find her in dimly lit bars and restaurants, or exploring the Pacific NW when she's not writing full time.

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