Rise Above the Ordinary at the MarQueen Hotel
Step back in time at the MarQueen Hotel where historic charm, romantic ambiance and warm personal hospitality await you. Located in the area's oldest neighborhood, our hotel in Queen Anne, Seattle offers distinctive boutique accommodations for leisure and business travelers alike. This classic brick building is characteristic of the architectural beauty the Queen Anne neighborhood exhibits around every corner. Enter through the beveled glass doors to our European-inspired lobby where a grand staircase leads to your inviting room. Start dreaming about your stay at the MarQueen Hotel in Seattle, Washington today.
Ideal for Business and Leisure Travel
Everything you need is on hand at our hotel in Lower Queen Anne, Seattle. With our high-speed Wi-Fi and on-site lounge, business travelers can enjoy the most productive trip possible. The MarQueen Hotel is close by local offices in the downtown business district such as Amazon, Microsoft, Google, and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation.
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Your Gateway to Seattle
Just steps away from the monorail stop to downtown Seattle, guests of the MarQueen Hotel can easily explore the top local attractions without a car. Discover the beauty of where the city meets the coast at Pier 91 or from the viewing platform of the Space Needle.
Explore our historic neighborhood, the Seattle Center, and all the best parts of the city from our hotel in Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington.
Park right in downtown Seattle with our competitively-priced valet parking!
Tin Lizzie Lounge
Our car culture roots still permeate through the architectural details of our Queen Anne hotel and the ambiance of our Prohibition-era restaurant and bar, the Tin Lizzie Lounge. Dine on charcuterie boards made of locally-sourced meats and cheeses, paired with wine and handcrafted cocktails.
Hide away at our speakeasy-style lounge, with live music twice a week and great drinks late into the night.
Built in 1918 as the Seattle Engineering School, the MarQueen Hotel was originally used to retrain blacksmiths to work at the Ford assembly plant on Lake Union. The building quickly became the largest single garage in the city as Henry Ford’s students developed the Model-T, the first affordable car for the middle-class.
Here in the twenty-first century, we’ve recently remodeled the bathrooms and carpets to update the MarQueen while still retaining her historic charm. Past “doctors of motor” received high-class treatment in luxury apartment-style accommodations that our guests love returning to again and again. Experience true hospitality and a one-of-a-kind stay at the MarQueen Hotel in Lower Queen Anne, Seattle, Washington.
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