Hotel 1000

1000 First Avenue SeattleWA98104
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Hotel 1000 is in the perfect location, right at the corner of First Avenue and Madison in the heart of downtown Seattle.
by skoosh on September 24, 2018 from skoosh


Look Good: Room preferences can be pre-programmed, including pillow softness, room temperature and in-room TV slideshow art choice from a comprehensive digital library.
by ezlocal on March 15, 2016 from ezlocal
On the Menu: Twenty-four-hour room service is provided by the on-site BOKA Kitchen and Lounge.
by ezlocal on March 15, 2016 from ezlocal

Editorial Reviews

Designed for both business and leisure travelers, this hotel features fully integrated, wired-to serve technology, metal sculptures and glass art. Rooms are outfitted with temperature control infra-red technology, art display based on… Read More
by ezlocal on March 15, 2016 from ezlocal
Chic and modern yet warm and inviting, the Hotel 1000 is luxe, with a distinctly Pacific Northwest feel, without being campy. Rooms are full of surprising touches, including large tubs that fill from the ceiling. This is without a doubt the most high-tech hotel in the city: the room phone does everything from check the weather and airline schedules to giving restaurant suggestions; MP3 players...
by fodors on May 29, 2013 from fodors
Geared toward techie business travelers, Hotel 1000 is the most luxurious and one of the most technologically advanced hotels in Seattle. However, what should really matter to you is that the rooms are bigger than at most downtown hotels, and all have floor-to-ceiling walls of glass to let in lots of light -- and, if you're high enough up, views of Elliott Bay. Bathrooms in deluxe rooms are...
by frommers on December 19, 2012 from frommers
Geek and chic converge in playful synergy at this 120-room upstart on the southern edge of Downtown. The predominant vibe may be one of a design-forward boutique hotel, but the technology is so advanced you'd swear Bill Gates was brought on as a consultant. Highlights include infrared sensors so housekeeping can tell if your room is occupied, electronic "Do Not Disturb" signs, and changing art...
by concierge on August 19, 2011 from concierge

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