The character of Seattle was borne out of creativity and an adventurous spirit. That’s the soul of this property. What was originally built in 1904 as a medical office building soon became something very different. In the 1930s, Ben Paris, a Seattle entrepreneur, operated a billiard parlor, gambling hall, and restaurant out of the Eitel building. Almost a century later, it’s been converted into a contemporary, independent, downtown Seattle hotel.
Stay somewhere that doesn’t feel like just anywhere. The State Hotel lies in the heart of downtown Seattle, and here the city’s spirit is unmistakably apparent. Your experience at The State will be an immersion in local flavor and adventure.