All photos are provided by Provenance Hotels and Hotel Theodore. This blog post was made in collaboration with Hotel Theodore and all my opinions are my own.
Are you planning a vacation or staycation in Seattle any time soon? Have you checked out the Hotel Theodore?
What is the Hotel Theodore?
Hotel Theodore opened in 1930 in Downtown Seattle as the Roosevelt Hotel. The art deco design was brought to life by architect John Graham Senior. Graham’s firm also designed the Space Needle, the downtown Nordstrom (originally the Frederick & Nelson department store), and also the Seattle Exchange Building.
In 2015, the Roosevelt Hotel was purchased by Provenance Hotels. After an extensive renovation, the hotel reopened in 2017 as Hotel Theodore. Visitors can enjoy the hotel’s incredible rooms, grab a bite to eat at the Rider Restaurant, get a workout in the fitness center, and even grab a drink during the Aperitivo Daily Happy Hour.
Where is Hotel Theodore located?
Hotel Theodore is on 1531 7th Avenue Seattle Washington 98101.
5 Reasons to Stay at the Hotel Theodore When You Visit Seattle
Reason #1: The hotel has super comfortable beds. No seriously, these beds were incredible.
Reason #2: Hotel Theodore has Aperitivo Happy Hour every day from 5:30-6:30 for hotel guests.
Reason #3: The rooftop views from the hotel are AMAZING.
If you’re looking for an Instagram worthy hotel in Seattle, I highly recommend Hotel Theodore for their views!
Reason #4: The Rider Restaurant located in the hotel has delicious food!
If you’re in the mood for oysters, burgers, or even glass of champagne, the Rider Restaurant has you covered.
Reason #5: Hotel Theodore is a great location.
If you want to stay in Downtown Seattle and want the convenience of being able to walk, Uber, or even take the light rail, Hotel Theodore is a great location.
The hotel is only half a mile away from Pike Place Market – one of the United States oldest operated public markets. Whether you’re in the mood for fresh fish or flowers, you’re only a 6-10 min walk from Pike Place Market.
The hotel is also only a 7 min drive from the Capitol Hill Neighborhood. Capitol Hill has an incredible food and bar scene. If you’re looking to explore Capitol Hill, I’ve put together the Most Instagrammable Places in this neighborhood.
Thank you to Hotel Theodore for inviting me to stay! I hope you get to check out this amazing Seattle hotel soon!
Photos: Provenance Hotel/Spherical