The Inn at Virginia Mason
1006 Spring Street Seattle, WA 98104
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The Inn and Virginia Mason sits along a tree lined lane in a quiet neighborhood, yet it still lies within walking distance to downtown, Seattle. Guests can walk along local arts attractions, enjoy strolling along flower and grass lined walkways, and relax in this quiet setting. Nearby attractions include the Frye Art Museum, The Fifth Avenue Theater, The Paramount Theater, Washington State Convention Center and the Seattle National Register of Historic Places, among other shopping, historic and artistic attractions.
The Inn was built in the 1920s and originally functioned as an apartment hotel, but was renovated in 1988, and then turned into a First-Class European style hotel. Today, the Virginia Mason still retains some of its original charm, especially because rooms are spacious and airy, much like small apartments. Rooms come in a variety of size and style to accommodate every guest's needs. Each has tasteful décor and boasts of beauty and comfort. Many of the suites continue to hold historic charm which is noted in the arched entryways and crown moldings. Each is equipped with 32-inch flat screen TVs with cable connection, an in room coffee maker and daily housekeeping. Room service is available during meal hours and there is a business service center located in the lobby. Guests also have access to the rooftop garden where sweeping views of the city are awe-inspiring.
Whether visiting family, hospital patients, or simply on a business or vacation trip, The Inn and Virginia Mason offers quiet luxury and comfort, while at the same time being only a stone's throw away from downtown shopping areas, the Chihuly Garden and Glass and Benaroya Hall where the Seattle Philarmonica plays. This is a location that sits close to most of the Seattle attractions.