Hotel Sorrento, Seattle, Washington – Review

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A large wooden desk in the bedroom area afforded a place to work, and it was paired with a non-ergonomic chair. Wi-Fi was complimentary and fast, and outlets were available at desktop level.

The hotel provides various meeting spaces, as well as event space on the top floor, capable of accommodating 120 guests. The area also has a terrace presenting an impressive view of the skyline.


The hotel’s fitness center has various weight and cardio machines, and for a property of such small size, has quite an impressive amount of equipment. The hotel also has an on-site hair salon, accessible only from within the property.



The property’s Dunbar Room is a cozy establishment that includes a bar and lounge area. The restaurant is open for breakfast, brunch, lunch, and dinner, and I found myself there during the odd hours of brunch.

Once there, I had a chicken Caesar salad and followed it with the chorizo scramble, a savory combination of chorizo sausage, arugula, and goat cheese, served with fried herbed potatoes. That and a side of bacon, extra crispy, made a perfect start to my day.


The Hotel Sorrento is one of Seattle’s historic attractions. Located away from the hustle and bustle of the downtown skyscrapers, the property has managed to maintain its notable exterior and reputation as an early 20th century inn. Today, it is a fine combination of the past and present, and a hostelry I am surely looking forward to staying at again.


Hotel Sorrento
900 Madison Street
Seattle, Washington 98104
Tel. +1 (206) 622-6400

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