Mayflower Park Hotel

The Mayflower Park Hotel is a downtown Seattle gem

written by Cara Strickland

The year 2017 marked ninety years of continuous operation for this downtown Seattle gem. Though the hotel has been refurbished over the years, you’ll still feel like you’re stepping into the past, and the luxurious past at that. rough the doors, you’ll begin to experience an oasis of calm right in the heart of the city.



The 160 guest rooms come in a variety of options,
from a classic guest room featuring signature extra-deep bathtubs, original
1927 tiled bathroom floors and elegant Queen Anne-style furniture, to
well-appointed suites for those who might be celebrating, need room for
a private business meeting, or just want a panoramic view.


If you’re staying on a Wednesday, be sure to
catch the complimentary wine reception starting at 4:30 p.m. Pop into
Oliver’s Lounge for light bites, lunch and cocktails seven days a week
from 11:30 a.m. to 2 a.m., with complimentary appetizers served during
happy hour, 4:30 p.m. to 6 p.m. every day but Sunday. Be sure to ask
about the history of the large windows—a response to new laws in the
1970s that allowed bars to operate in public view, rather than closed
off from natural light and passersby. Those windows, along with their
cocktails, made Oliver’s a landmark in the city. For breakfast and
dinner, check out Andaluca, serving Northwest food inspired by the
flavors of the Mediterranean. Don’t want to leave your robe? Room
service is available twenty- four hours a day.


There’s nothing like a historic backdrop
for a special occasion, and the Mayflower Park delivers on one-of-a-kind
wedding photos in a central location. Make your next meeting a little
more aesthetically pleasing with meeting spaces for a variety of group



Lodging: Rosario Resort and Spa

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