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Seattle’s Iconic Over-Water Hotel Has Reopened

The Edgewater reopens
| Updated: April 30, 2021
 
 
  • The Edgewater reopens
  • The Edgewater reopens
  • The Edgewater reopens

Seattle’s only over-water hotel, The Edgewater, is open and ready to welcome guests back to unparalleled panoramic views of the Olympic Mountains, Elliott Bay and the sparkling Emerald city.

Discover a sense of nostalgia throughout the hotel where rock royalty legends like The Beatles, Led Zeppelin and Pearl Jam once roamed the halls. With 60 years as a vibrant part of the Seattle community, guest are invited back to relive their fond memories and create new, captivating stories that will surely be told for years to come.

Immerse yourself in the rich history that is the iconic Edgewater.

Book now.

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