by Lynn Mason-Pattnosh,
Have a drink at a fashionable hotel bar in Seattle, Northwest United States. Read about these hotel bars: Bookstore Bar, Gallery Bar, Red Fin, the Terrace and the W Bar.
Whether you are in the mood for a festive cocktail with friends or would like to cozy up to a relaxing cup of coffee, the hotel bars of downtown Seattle, Washington have the right place for you. Read more about Bookstore Bar at the Alexis Hotel, Gallery Bar at Sheraton Seattle, Red Fin at Hotel Max, the Terrace at the Fairmont Olympic Hotel and the W Bar at W Seattle to find just the right atmosphere and beverage for your desire.
Bookstore Bar-The Alexis Hotel,1007 First Avenue. As its name suggests Bookstore Bar has a warm, and yet modern library feel to it. While visiting the Bookstore Bar, the bartender will recommend trying one of their outstanding single malt scotches. The bar carries over 50 distinct selections. And yes, you may even purchase a book if you’d like.
Gallery Bar-Sheraton Seattle, 1400 Sixth Avenue. Gallery Bar is Sheraton Seattle’s upscale and sophisticated lobby bar. Grab a seat in front of the cozy fireplace and rejuvenate with a hot cup of earl grey tea. Or make plans to meet some friends and try a spectacular glass of local Washington Cabernet.
Red Fin-Hotel Max, 620 Stewart Street. Red Fin at Hotel Max has a hip, sleek Asian fusion feel. This bar is definitely the right place for a fun night of partying. Start your night out right with their exclusive selection of Japanese sakes and sake inspired cocktails.
The Terrace-The Fairmont Olympic Hotel, 411 University Street. The Fairmont Olympic Hotel’s The Terrace is a stylish piano bar located in their main lobby. Enjoy a Berry Basil or Maple Leaf organic martini or select a nonalcoholic “dry soda” in such exotic flavors as lavender, lemon grass or kumquat.
The W Bar-W Seattle, 1112 Fourth Avenue. The W Bar at W Seattle is as hip, modern and cosmopolitan as any entity found in the W chain. Come for Social Interactive Play Time every Wednesday night, complete with a DJ and $6.50 cocktails. The bartender will recommend trying a W Lemon Drop 9, a W Emerald Drop 9 or a W Rose Drop 9. Each cocktail is made with fresh juices and select flavored vodkas.
Finally, all of these fabulous and fun Seattle, Washington hotel bars are in walking distance from one another. This means, if you feel the sudden urge to barhop, go for it!
Read Portland’s Premier Hotel Bars for more festive cocktail facts. Looking for some live music for Valentine’s Day in Seattle?
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