The Paramount Hotel
Address724 Pine Street SeattleSee nearby area
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Lonely Planet review
The Paramount has 146 large rooms that, like the lobby areas, are furnished with heavy antiques perhaps meant to give the relatively new hotel an old-world feel. The downstairs restaurant-bar, Dragonfish, has a ‘sushi happy hour’ and is a convenient place to meet for a drink before hitting the town.
Our independent authors have visited The Paramount Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Pike Place Market & Waterfront.
Description provided by property
Featuring a fitness centre and restaurant, this modern Seattle hotel is 10 minutes’ walk to Pike Place Fish Market. The Paramount Theater, Washington State Convention Center and shopping at Westlake Center are all less than 5 minutes’ walk away.
Styled in modern furnishings, each room provides free Wi-Fi, a flat-screen cable TV and an en suite bathroom at The Paramount Hotel. Dark wood furniture, tasteful accents and white plush linens are provided in every room. Daily newspapers are available upon request.
The Dragonfish offers on-site dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner at The Paramount. Classic American cuisine is offered for breakfast and Asian-American fusion dishes are prepared for lunch and dinner.
Seattle Tacoma International Airport is 20 minutes’ drive away from The Paramount Hotel. The Space Needle is 1 mile away.
Free coffee and tea is provided daily at The Paramount Hotel reception. A business centre is onsite.
You must show a valid photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all special requests cannot be guaranteed and are subject to availability upon check-in. Additional charges may apply.
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