The Moore Hotel is two blocks from the heart of Seattle's historic Pike Place Market and emerging art district. Down the street from the hotel is Bell Town, the Mecca of Seattle art and culture with numerous clubs, galleries, bistros, and fine dining. It is close to Seattle's downtown hub and business core and just six blocks from the Washington State Convention Center. The hotel's convenient location situates it within walking distance to the Seattle Center and near the most affordable home-base in Seattle.
The hotel is currently one of the oldest venues in the Seattle and once stood as one of the finest houses on the West Coast upon opening its doors in December of 1907. James A. Moore (1861-1929), a local developer, initiated the creation of the home located on 2nd Avenue and Virginia Street. His intent was to draw from the influx of visitors to the Alaska-Yukon Pacific Exposition that was slated for the summer and fall of 1909. Today this historic landmark sits as an icon of the Pacific Northwest.
Upon opening the doors to the lobby of the hotel, guests will discover restored marble tile and decorative molding dating back to the beginning of the century. Visitors are taken back to a place where comfort, hospitality, and convenience are matched by charm and affordability. The hotel is not expensive and if guests are looking for a place in the heart of the city at budget rates, this hotel is your best bet. The hotel tends to draw the young and adventurous travelers on a tight budget. The hotel is anything but fancy but does boast many renovated rooms on a floor with renovated hallways. Other than the renovated areas, the Moore tends to be a bit dreary and run down. Guests can request one of the updated suites and enjoy the stylishly modern and spacious rooms with hard wood floors, full kitchens, and large windows. There are even a few rooms with a view of the Puget Sound.
The hotel boasts a hip and trendy restaurant and lounge on the premises, and an adjacent theater known as the Moore Theatre provides rock concerts from no-name bands to local favorites. The area around the hotel is a hub for Seattle nightlife. Guests are destined to find just the right atmosphere they are looking for, from cozy and comfortable wine bars, to loud hard rock venues, this place has it all.
There are many nearby restaurants and eateries. Coffee shops are in great number around this location. A complimentary breakfast buffet is offered each day and provides its guests with the nourishment and energy they need to kick start the day. For those guests who are looking for a little adventure there are many nearby Seattle diners that boast some of the finest home style breakfasts in the city. Nearby Pike Place Market is open for short-order breakfasts or quick bites on the go. Grab a coffee and an organic muffin at the Market and be on your way.