Not long ago you could fish from your room here, as the hotel is built literally on pilings over Elliott Bay. Deep green waves chop outside the lobby windows, and green and white ferries slide across the bay, but all is warmth and understated Northwest elegance inside.
There’s a pleasant tension between the cold green sea outside and the yellow pine, deep pile carpets and fireplaces (there’s one in every room) inside. Décor is Northwest cabin-in-the-woods with a splash of humor: antler chandeliers, crystal candelabras, entire tree trunks re-constructed indoors with articulated steel joints.
Seascapes and cityscapes
Bathrooms are newly renovated, with European spa showers, black granite counters, amber quartz slate floors and a rubber ducky.
Six Seven has an outdoor patio on the water and views of the Bay from inside, and serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Go all-out Northwest with Cedar Planked Alaskan Black Cod paired with a local wine.