The Fairmont Olympic Hotel has redefined downtown sophistication. Built in 1924, Seattle’s premier hotel offers nearly a century of luxury service standards, while melding classic elegance with mid-century modern room décor. New rooms and corridors, as well as an updated gym, makes this classic a must-experience hotel in Seattle.
From our very own Carolyn Faye Fox at The Improper Boston:
For post-prandial snoozing, there’s the centrally located Fairmont Olympic, a historic 450-room hotel whose down pillows and duvets ensure luxuriously restful sleep. After a swim in the glassed-in rooftop pool or a run on the treadmill, you can indulge in a room-service breakfast poolside wearing a fluffy terry robe and slippers. And if you prefer to dine in the hotel one evening, the on-site Shuckers turns out a fine crab Louie salad, as well as an oyster-palooza of 13 kinds of oysters prepared nine different ways.