Best hotels near the Paramount


Whether you are a local catching a late night show at the Paramount Theatre or a tourist with a broadway show on your to-do list, finding the right place to stay can make or break your evening. Luckily, STG's Paramount Theatre is just a walk away from numerous hotels. We've compiled a list of a range of options sure to suit what you're looking for. 

The Paramount Hotel

724 Pine St | 2 min walk |

More than just a hotel, The Paramount Hotel Seattle summons the feel of a cozy, elegant and luxurious private residence with friendly hosts and the most comfortable beds in Seattle! One of its highlight's is its central location — being right next to landmarks such as the Paramount Theatre.

Hyatt at Olive 8

1635 8th Ave | 2 min walk |

Hyatt at Olive 8 is committed to the wellbeing of their guests and their environment. Their ideal locale lets you walk to Pike Place Market, hop on the monorail to experience both the Space Needle and Seattle Center, or visit nearby Climate Pledge Arena. Enjoy rejuvenating on-site amenities from deep-tissue massages to invigorating workouts all within close proximity to the city's local transit options.

Hyatt Regency Seattle

808 Howell Street | 2 min walk |

Located in the heart of the Emerald City, Hyatt Regency Seattle is the first and only LEED Gold-Certified hotel in the city. Close to Lake Union and Elliott Bay, and just steps away from dining, shopping, theater, top attractions and both Seattle Convention Center facilities.

Hotel Max

620 Stewart Street | 6 min walk |

Part of the renowned Provenance Hotels collection, Hotel Max is a boutique hotel experience made for creators. This is downtown Seattle's destination for big imaginations — a place where art, photography, and music mingle with playful signature amenities, and plenty of attitude. And the original Andy Warhol in the lobby is just the beginning. 

Hotel Max

Residence Inn by Marriott Seattle

914 Howell Street | 5 min walk |

Built from the ground up and designed with style, comfort and added amenities, this hotel merges functionality with an urban lifestyle. Maximize your extended stay in their apartment-style suites, with the convenience of a fully equipped kitchen. After an active day of work or adventure in the Pacific Northwest mountains, kick back with friends while enjoying a cold craft beer and local cuisine at their lobby bar. In-between meetings or outdoor adventures, work up a sweat at their fitness center with state-of-the-art equipment. This hotel offers four well-appointed event rooms ideal for social events and professional meetings.

Worldmark Seattle - The Camlin

1619 9th Ave | 1 min walk |

Located across the street from the Washington State Convention Center and Paramount Theatre, WorldMark Seattle - The Camlin is just three blocks away from the vibrant 6th Avenue and Pine Street shopping district. Historically known as a popular resort among the celebrities, WorldMark Seattle - The Camlin has a long and distinguished history within Seattle's Emerald City.

Grand Hyatt Seattle

721 Pine Street | 2 min walk |

Visit the iconic Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the shopping mecca of Pine Street - all just steps from their front door. Designed with hand-blown glass and artwork inspired by Seattle's landscape, the Grand Hyatt Seattle is your destination within your destination. 

The Westin Seattle

1900 5th Ave | 8 min walk |

The Westin Seattle offers guests spacious rooms and suites, and stunning floor-to-ceiling Seattle Skyline views. Live well at their downtown Seattle hotel with the heated indoor pool and fitness center host to state-of-the-art gym equipment. With fifty years of experience hosting the city's most illustrious events, their modern event space brings it all together. Discover the heart of the Emerald City and awaken your spirit of adventure at our pet-friendly hotel in downtown Seattle.

Fairmont Olympic Hotel

411 University Street | 12 min walk |

The Fairmont Olympic Hotel, originally The Olympic Hotel, is a historic hotel in downtown Seattle, Washington. It was built on the original site of the University of Washington's first campus. Fairmont Olympic Hotel's 450 lavishly appointed guestrooms and suites are perfect for the modern traveler. Featuring spacious, well-defined living and work areas and oversized bathrooms, the sophisticated accommodations are ideal no matter the occasion – business, vacation or a getaway weekend.

Hotel Sorrento

Hilton Garden Inn Seattle Downtown

1821 Boren Ave | 7 min walk |

This LEED Gold Certified hotel is 1.4 miles from Climate Pledge Arena, home of the Seattle Kraken. The Space Needle, Pike Place Market, T Mobile Park, and Lumen Field are nearby. Alaska cruise ports at Pier 66 are 1.4 miles from them. Seattle Convention Center and the Amazon Campus are five minutes away. Enjoy an indoor pool and on-site dining.

Homewood Suites by Hilton Seattle

1011 Pike Street | 4 min walk |

Experience historic Pike Place Market and the Space Needle, then relax in apartment-style rooms and suites with fully-equipped kitchens. It is walking distance to Virginia Mason and Kindred Hospitals and less than one mile to Puget Sound, VA Hospitals. It's also just one block to Starbucks Reserve, Melrose Market, and a variety of fresh seafood and dining options.

Sheraton Grand Seattle

1400 6th Ave | 8 min walk |

Centrally located at 6th and Pike St., this newly renovated hotel is walking distance to Seattle's most iconic local attractions, shopping and dining, including Pike Place Market. As one of only seven Sheraton Grand hotels in North America, their Grand designation ensures guests are receiving the highest benchmark on product and service offerings available.

Motif Seattle

1415 5th Ave | 8 min walk |

Step inside Motif Seattle, where Seattle style is their Motif. This boutique hotel is located on 5th Avenue, nestled between Pike Place Market and Union Street. The urban oasis sits in the heart of Seattle, walking distance to the waterfront, the newly renovated Space Needle, Chihuly Garden, and more.

Motif Seattle

Hotel Sorrento

900 Madison Street | 14 min walk |

Travelers arriving at the landmarked Hotel Sorrento, are immediately transported to another time. Upon taking in the 110-year old Italian Renaissance entry way, guests will walk into our lobby – a dark rich mahogany-walled welcome.

Crowne Plaza Seattle

1113 6th Ave | 11 min walk |

This modern hotel offers the inviting atmosphere and modern luxuries you need to make the most of your stay. Host your upcoming meeting or event in stylish event venues. Choose from 10 meeting rooms with over 10,000 sq ft of total space. Headed by a dedicated Meetings Director, the friendly and professional staff is there to make sure all the details are executed smoothly. They also offer adaptive workspaces for brainstorming sessions, solo work, and more. Get a great night's sleep in our guest rooms and suites with panoramic windows, productive workstations, and Beekman 1802 natural bath amenities.

Springhill Suites by Marriott

1800 Yale Ave | 8 min walk |

Whether you're in Seattle for a night, a weekend, or an extended stay; each of their spacious suites offers a separate living area, as well as a kitchenette with a mini-fridge, a coffee maker, and a microwave for your convenience. Take advantage of the daily complimentary breakfast, and visit the onsite restaurant and bar, Bistro on Yale, for take out available daily from 4:00 PM to 10:00.

Green tortoise Hostel

105 Pike Street | 11 min walk |

The Green Tortoise exudes modern charm, includes European style showers with heated tile flooring, privacy curtains around every bunk, and a well-equipped kitchen for cooking or socializing. The experienced Green Tortoise staff will guide you through the city with their massive pub crawls, free walking tours, & more. Affordable stay with likeminded individuals.

The Alexis Royal Sonesta Hotel

1007 1st Ave | 17 min walk |

The historic 1901 hotel has been luxuriously updated with rich natural touches, locally curated art, and inspiration from Seattle's music scene. Your experience will be nothing short of indulgent, with stunning city views and convenient walks to local attractions including the Seattle Waterfront, Pioneer Square, and Pike Place Market, and Paramount Theatre. Settle in, enjoy a slice of Seattle's history, and experience the city like never before.

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