Built in 1924, the Fairmont Olympic is listed with the National Register of Historic Places, so it’s not too surprising that it feels like a museum of old money. Regular remodels – including a $25 million makeover in 2016 – haven't destroyed the period glamour of its architecture.
With 450 rooms and every imaginable service, this place is certainly a splurge, but it’s worth exploring even if you don’t stay here – have an oyster at Shuckers, the oak-paneled hotel bar, or pose like royalty on the Versailles-worthy main staircase.
Listed on the National Register of Historic Places, this downtown Seattle hotel features multiple onsite award-winning dining options. Rooms offer city views with French-inspired furnishings. Cable TV and a minibar are featured in each guest room at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel. The en suite bathroom offers designer toiletries and terry robes. The windows in each room open to allow fresh air in. The Georgian, the fine dining restaurant located at the Olympic Fairmont Hotel, offers a French take on northwest favorites. Shuckers, offering a more casual environment, is also located at the hotel and features an oyster bar. Guests can enjoy a cocktail and appetizers at the Terrace Piano Bar. A fitness centre and indoor pool is available for guests. A 24-hour concierge service is offered to provide guests with assistance on area attractions. Many on site shops are available at the Fairmont Olympic. The 5th Avenue Theatre is across the street from the hotel. The Washington State Convention Center is 5 minutes’ walk away. Pike Place Market is just 10 minutes’ walk from the property.
Guests are required to show a photo identification and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.