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Where to Stay: Hotel 1000 (Seattle, WA)

Where to Stay: Hotel 1000 (Seattle, WA)
  • On June 28, 2010

Our visit to Seattle will be short (June 28 – June 30)… only a few days before jumping on the old-school, charm of train travel from Seattle to San Diego… aboard The Coast Starlight by Amtrak. I chose Hotel 1000 for it’s comforts and proximity to things to do in Seattle nearby.


1000 1st Ave
Seattle, WA 98104


Arrived 9:00am
Forecast: 61°F, Overcast

How to Get to Hotel 1000 from Sea-Tac Airport

Seattle’s rapid transit rail system is called “The Link” and is conveniently also located at the airport.

Looks like we’re in for a scenic ride as our stop is all the way to University Street (2nd to last stop from SeaTac/Airport).

A short stroll to Hotel 1000 from University Street Station (Metro Tunnel) ~ 5 minutes / 0.2 miles.

Hotel 1000: Room 712


→ Molton Brown bath products – made my hair so soft, went to the lobby to buy some to take home. They were the best bath products I’ve ever experienced on my travels so far.

→ Ocean Views

→ Bath Robe for the two-person “fill from the ceiling” pedestal tub

→ My Favorite Creature Comfort at Hotel 1000: The Tub!

After all the walking and exploring you can do in Seattle, this dreamy tub was the BEST way to wind down.

Walking Distance to Hotel 1000

→ Pike’s Place Market
→ Seattle Aquarium
→ Pioneer Square
→ Woodland Park Zoo (~30 minute Bus ride)

Where We Eat: Nearby Hotel 1000

→ The Crab Pot
→ Nijo Sushi Bar & Grill
→ Grand Central Bakery + Cafe
→ Cherry Street | Coffee House
→ Starbucks: 1st and Pike
→ Planet Java Diner

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