Welcome to Georgetown Inn Seattle
Complimentary parking and breakfast included
Just four miles from the heart of downtown Seattle, the once industrial neighborhood of Georgetown is thriving with eclectic shops, galleries, live music venues, wineries and breweries. Within this charming “small town in a big city,” one of Seattle’s few independent hotels welcomes you with the warm hospitality that only a locally owned-and-operated destination can provide.
Stay at the Georgetown Inn and you’ll find yourself just moments from everything there is to see and experience in the Seattle area. The airport, stadiums, attractions, restaurants and more are all within easy reach. While relaxing at our boutique hotel you’ll see how little things make a big difference with free perks ranging from complimentary parking and Wi-Fi to a continental breakfast featuring local coffees, teas and yogurts. As an alternative to the sameness of branded hotels, we embrace the Georgetown community’s artistic vibe and strive to offer our guests the best comfort, value, and hospitality around.
Named one of USA Today's 10BEST Seattle hotels, the Georgetown Inn promises you good old-fashioned hospitality with an artsy twist.
The Georgetown Inn is proof that hotels can be affordable without doing away with all the creature comforts that today's traveler expects. Nothing fancy, just simple comfort with a focus on a few things done right. Each of our 50 guest rooms and two suites boasts a classic contemporary design with modern perks like free Wi-Fi and all-new 42" flat-screen HDTVs with DirecTV. Comfy King or Queen Beds are appointed with plush bedding and private bathrooms feature organic, 100% vegan Pharmacopia bath amenities. Artwork from local artists give each hotel room a uniquely Seattle touch.
Georgetown, Seattle, WA
Discover Seattle's Historic Industrial Arts Corridor
Our historic and industrial Georgetown neighborhood has become a cultural and dining mecca featuring some of the city’s best attractions, restaurants, urban breweries, wineries, artist studios and eclectic shops including the Georgetown Trailer Park mall.