Room Number: Four Seasons Seattle’s Presidential Suite Overlooks Elliot Bay

Opinions are always divided on whether or not Seattle is the best city to live in. Locals might tell you

Room Number: Breathtaking Views From Four Seasons Seattle

Opinions are always divided on whether or not Seattle is the best city to live in. Locals might tell you it is – after all, it’s a rich hub of culture, art, and technology. But elevated housing prices and damp weather make it an acquired taste for others. However, one thing everyone can agree on is that Seattle is a wonderful place to visit. From the famed Space Needle to Elliot Bay, museums, galleries, foodie haven and more – it’s a city with a million things to see. At Four Seasons Seattle, perched alongside Elliot Bay, guests can find comfort, luxury and amenities galore – just steps away from the best the city has to offer. 

Presidential Suite – A View Above All Others


Any time you hear, “Presidential Suite,” you know it’s going to be good. Evoking images of ultimate luxury and elegance, it’s a name given only to a hotel’s finest accommodations. And that’s definitely the case with Four Seasons Seattle. Perched high above Elliot Bay, the Four Seasons Seattle’s Presidential Suite offers a peerless view and all of the amenities to make a guest feel pampered and welcomed. 

Built on the 10th floor, the Presidential Suite offers residence-style accommodations with a full living room and fireplace. This corner suite offers views of Puget Sound and Elliot Bay, with the Olympic Mountains framing the distance. The suite’s decor borrows from an Asian tradition with a craft contemporary flair, touches of red and dark wood giving an upscale vibe to the cream and gold palette. 

The suite includes a master bathroom with a deep marble soaking tub, plus a powder room for guests. Eight can dine in the full-sized dining room, which comes in handy if you choose to use the full three-bedroom options. 

Four Seasons Seattle is Close to Everything and Full of Comfort


But of course, the Presidential Suite is just the tip of the iceberg. The hotel offers a number of other beautiful accommodations, each with its own marble soaking tub. 

The hotel promises close-by accommodations with an unbeatable atmosphere, the website stating, “Surrounded by snow-capped mountain peaks, deep-blue waters and swaths of evergreen forests, Seattle is as wild as it is trendy. Our Hotel puts you in the heart of the city’s downtown, with the Seattle Art Museum on one side, iconic Pike Place Market on another and the waters of Elliott Bay gleaming to the west. Wake to a fresh cup of coffee delivered straight to your room, then head out to explore eclectic neighbourhoods and craft breweries, or spend the day hiking up nearby Mount Rainier or kayaking on Lake Union. Come nightfall, meet us at Goldfinch Tavern, an Ethan Stowell Restaurant, and let our chefs show you all the best local flavours of your new favourite city.”

Speaking of flavours, Goldfinch Tavern is a destination that brings people from within and outside the hotel for an evening of fine dining. The tavern pays homage to the pioneer roots of the city, with craft beers and cocktails acting as the perfect complement to fresh caught seafood and a relaxed, elegant atmosphere. 

Guests can also choose from an extensive menu of in-room Bistro foods, if you’d rather stay in and be pampered. Eventide is another dining option, and guests can take their Goldfinch burgers on the rooftop lounge, dip their toes in the infinity pool or gaze out over Puget to the mountains beyond.

Like most places in Seattle, the Four Seasons Seattle’s Spa is a blend of modern and traditional, natural and perfected. Guests can be sure that when they’re staying at Four Seasons Seattle, they’ll be cared for from the moment the book to the moment they leave; and all you have to do to take advantage of all Seattle has to offer is to walk out the lobby’s front doors.

Seattle, City on the Bay


Seattle has become one of the world’s most sought-after melting pots of culture and art. CELEB explored this breathtaking city; “When you’ve relaxed and are ready to step foot outside to explore the city, you’re in for a treat. The Puget Sound region where Seattle sits has been occupied by humans for around 12,000 years. So when we say it’s historic, we also mean it’s pre-historic. When European settlers arrived, they discovered a rich cultural heritage of many indigenous peoples, including Nuu-chah-nulth (Nootka), Suquamish, Duwamish, Coast Salish, Makah, Quinault, and Chinook.

Like most of the Pacific region, the modern history of Seattle was forged in the conquests of the Westward expansion. In 1851, settlers from Illinois struck west, landing their schooner in Alki Point which is now West Seattle. When Alki Point proved problematic for deep-keel anchoring, they drifted to just beyond the mouth of the Duwamish River and settled near the Duwamps tribe. The new city was established officially in 1953, and was named in honor of the indigenous peoples nearby who had shown such hospitality and kindness – Seattle.

A powerful deep-sea port with a vibrant lumber industry, Seattle grew quickly over the years. In the modern era, Seattle has become a hub of culture and art. It’s a city of youth and vibrancy, with a glowing nightlife and local art scene. Guests to the city can visit the Space Needle, stroll the tree-lined streets, enjoy the cool misty air of the Pacific Northwest, or travel a little farther afield. Surrounding Seattle is a region of natural wonders, with beautiful glass beaches, cliffs, boreal forests, and waterfalls galore.

Whether you’re looking for an art and history museum, looking to listen to some Jazz or enjoy a hike in the woods, Seattle is the perfect place for a bit of everything. And while you’re staying at the Fairmont, you’re at the heart of the city itself. So nip into the Founder’s Club for a cocktail, then set out on your adventures across Seattle.”