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Boutique Hotels in Washington

    • Washington offers many boutique hotels.Thinkstock/Comstock/Getty Images

      Washington State is a great place to enjoy specialty museums (nuclear history, flight, art and more), vineyards, beaches, lakes and mountains. Boutique hotels are an exceptional option for your accommodations, because they are typically smaller than traditional hotels and can offer superior rooms, themed suites or rare on-site attractions like artwork, bookstores, spas or state-of-the-art fitness facilities.

    Hotel Murano

    • This hotel, which prides itself on the best customer service available, is located in downtown Tacoma, Washington, and is filled with modern designs and an outstanding art collection. The hotel's Bite Restaurant, lobby bar, rooms and public areas are all decorated with original artwork.

      Each guest room offers high-speed Internet access, a flat-panel TV, 24-hour room service, organic teas and coffees, and spiritual or pillow menus that allow you to order items to assist your sleep.

      You can indulge in lavish spa treatments at the Hotel Murano's Savi Day Spa or get a makeover at the Salon Miro. The hotel also features 24-hour fitness and business centers. As a guest at Hotel Murano, you will be near the Broadway Center for the Performing Arts, Washington State History Museum, the Tacoma Art Museum and the Museum of Glass.

      Hotel Murano

      1320 Broadway Plaza

      Tacoma, WA 98402

      (253) 238-8000

    Hotel Vintage Park

    • This hotel has chosen themes from Washington's Wine Country and has dedicated each room to a local winery and vineyard. Though located in downtown Seattle among many financial and retail companies, the Washington State Convention Center and the famous 5th Avenue Theatre, the hotel provides a delightful escape from the activity of the city.

      With hosted evening wine receptions, complimentary morning coffee and newspaper, complimentary hand massages, 24-hour room service and a library of books, you will be surrounded by relaxation.

      The hotel also features high-speed Internet access, in-room yoga and pilates supplies, a contemporary fitness facility, dry cleaning services, pillow-top beds and private mini-bars in each room. Some rooms also feature whirlpool tubs and an additional television in the bathroom.

      Tulio Risorante, the hotel's contemporary Italian restaurant, provides delectable cuisine and private rooms for parties or business functions.

      Hotel Vintage Park

      1100 Fifth Ave.

      Seattle, WA 98101

      (206) 624-8000

    Hotel Max

    • The Hotel Max showcases the work of 39 established and emerging photographers and artists in Seattle. There are more than 350 original pieces of art in the guest rooms, lobby and hotel corridors.

      Each guest room offers wireless Internet access, pillow-top mattresses, private bars, plush robes, a menu of pillow choices and a "You Got It" phone button that rings a hotel concierge to respond to any special requests you may have.

      The hotel's restaurant, Red Fin, serves imaginative sushi rolls and other original Asian dishes, along with a bar that makes specialty cocktails and Japanese sakes. Hotel Max also has a 24-hour fitness center, valet parking with in-and-out privileges, and 24-hour room service. Many boutique shops and fine restaurants are within walking distance of the hotel.

      Hotel Max

      620 Stewart St.

      Seattle, WA 98101

      (206) 728-6299

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