From the Seattle city guide in OutCity’s Winter/Spring 2013 issue.
Hotel Andra: Scandinavia meets the Pacific Northwest at this hip urban oasis in trendy Belltown. See the full listing here.
Bacon Mansion: This stately Edwardian-style Tudor home in the posh Harvard-Belmont section of Capitol Hill was built more than a century ago. See the full listing here.
B&B on Broadway: This enviably located, gay-owned B&B offers the best of two worlds: it’s steps from Broadway’s lively restaurants and bars, yet it’s still set on a peaceful residential street. See the full listing here.
Foxglove Guesthouse: Tucked away on a quiet residential street but close to Capitol Hill restaurants and gay bars, this small, gay-owned B&B occupies a handsome 1905 Craftsman home. See the full listing here.
Gaslight Inn: With its fabulous Capitol Hill location, artful interiors, and refined atmosphere, the Gaslight Inn has a loyal following. See the full listing here.
MarQueen Hotel: Set in a grand brick building that started life in 1918 as the Seattle Engineering School, the MarQueen offers 59 cool apartment-esque rooms with hardwood floors and full kitchens in the city’s charming Queen Anne neighborhood. See the full listing here.
University Inn: One of only a few hotels near the University of Washington campus, this reasonably priced, 102-room hotel provides a free shuttle to downtown. See the full listing here.
W Seattle: For a chic urban getaway, this member of Starwood’s cool-as-a-cucumber W brand is hard to beat. See the full listing here.