Reasons to choose Thompson Seattle
Thompson Seattle is located in Seattle and features a terrace with views of the water. The on-site rooftop bar and complementary high-speed Wi-Fi are available to guests.
A 42″ flat-screen TV with a unique movie library is included in each room. For your convenience, some rooms include a seating space.
SFERRA linens with a 400 thread count complement the beds.
Modern rain showers and soaking tubs, D.S. & DURGA luxury bath items, and over-sized Frette bathrobes are included in the private bathrooms.
The Nest, a rooftop bar and cocktail lounge on-site at Thompson Seattle, offers views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Mountains.
The resort has a 24-hour front desk as well as stores.
Travel Tips near Thompson Seattle
Seattle is the most northern significant city on the US mainland and the largest city in Washington State, located along the short isthmus connecting Puget Sound and Lake Washington.
As a result, it is the largest seaport in the northwest United States, as well as a major economic, cultural, and educational hub. Above all, Seattle has a long history of indie rock and hip hop music. Seattle is North America’s fourth-largest port.
Chief Sealth “Seattle” of the Duwamish and Suquamish native tribes was given the name Seattle for the city. The city is only around 140 miles south of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada’s largest city.
Seattle was once known as “Queen City,” but now it is called “Emerald City.”
Seattle is also known as the “Gateway to Alaska,” “Rain City,” and “Jet City,” among other nicknames. The residents of Seattle are referred to as Seattleites.