The Georgetown Inn is located in the heart of the industrial arts neighborhood of Georgetown just 4 miles from Downtown Seattle. Georgetown was the first residential Seattle neighborhood and has a rich history as the city’s manufacturing core. Today, Georgetown is also home to many restaurants, artist lofts, pubs, vintage home furnishings, a live music venue, residences, and is still the heart of Seattle’s manufacturing sector.
Georgetown has seen a resurgence over the past few years and now has a little something for everyone. We have a record store, music store, indoor volleyball, Cross Fit gym, home furnishing galleries, artist lofts, a trailer park mall, wineries, breweries, more breweries and a number of other interesting little oddities. Restaurants include everything from fine dining at The Corson Building, pub food, awesome authentic artisan pizza and Mexican food to straight up bars and street food. If you need some suggestions about where to go, eat, shop or hang out, that's what we’re here for, so just ask.
Our lobby at the Georgetown Inn is a clean, funky, minimalist space created in partnership with local Seattle designer Tim Declue. The artwork includes a series of prints created by Tim Silbaugh for our monthly art walk called Art Attack! Feel free to hang out in our lobby, take a load off, enjoy a complimentary cup of Stumptown coffee or Choice Organics tea, plan your activities or catch up with friends.
The Georgetown Inn is also one of the few independently owned hotels in Seattle. This means you will always receive a warm welcome and “homey” feeling during your stay. There is nothing corporate about us or the neighborhood. Just good old fashioned hospitality with an artsy twist.
We hope you choose to sleep with us. Cheers!