Welcome to Hotel Theodore, a luxury hotel in downtown Seattle that honors the city’s long tradition of makers, builders, and doers. We’re proud to provide our guests with an authentic Emerald City experience—one that values the hand-crafted and custom-tailored over the mass-produced. Each of our rooms and suites offers travelers an inspiring respite in the heart of one of America’s most dynamic cities. A museum-curated collection of art and artifacts brings the innovative spirit of Seattle into Hotel Theodore, while playful amenities, thoughtful programming, and regional cuisine reflect attention to the needs and desires of today’s travelers, delivering only-in-Seattle experiences.
Hotel Theodore’s central location in downtown Seattle—at the intersection of 7th Avenue and bustling Pine Street—puts guests within easy reach of the city’s legendary attractions. The art museums, cafés, boutiques, and restaurants that make downtown Seattle the cultural hub of the Pacific Northwest are all close at hand. Pike Place Market and beloved Seattle neighborhoods like Capitol Hill are a short walk away, and within a few minutes by car, guests can reach iconic Seattle points of interest like the Space Needle and the ferries bound across the gorgeous Puget Sound. Just beyond the city, the region’s pristine wilderness and parklands beckon nature lovers and adventurers as well.
Our rooms and suites offer an inspiring stay in the heart of downtown Seattle. Rest easy by enjoying our heavenly beds, custom furnishings, and signature amenities, then soak up the city’s indelibly innovative spirit through local artifacts curated by the Museum of History and Industry. Put yourself inside Seattle’s rich living traditions with a stay at Hotel Theodore.
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Hotel Theodore’s modernist Art Deco tower was the tallest hotel in the city when it opened downtown as the Roosevelt Hotel in 1929. Since then, under the warm glow of the building’s red neon “ROOSEVELT” sign, Seattle has evolved from the epicenter of the Pacific Northwest’s maritime and forestry industries to a cradle of innovation that has transformed the aviation, computing, retail, and hospitality industries, and taken a center seat in global table. Does seem like a lot to navigate? No worries, we’ve done the research for you! Check out the articles from our Seattle Instruction Manual below to read more on putting the pieces together.