A boutique hotel from the Klondike Gold Rush era, the Doubletree Arctic Club Hotel Seattle Downtown welcomes our guests to its clubby rooms with plush beds, flat-panel TVs and DVD players. The hotel is set in a 10-floor structure built in 1916 and known as the walrus building for the distinctive medallions on its exterior. The building originally housed the exclusive Arctic Club for gentlemen who'd struck it rich in the Klondike Gold Rush. The Doubletree retains the ambience of the original club, with Alaskan marble, dark-wood paneling, black-and-white photos of the original club members and a Northern Lights Dome Room with Rococo gilt and leaded stained-glass ceiling. The 120 rooms are decorated in period style and have high ceilings and large windows. Amenities include plush Sweet Dream beds, Wi-Fi (for a fee), CD players with mp3 docking stations and flat-panel LCD TVs with premium cable and DVD players. Some rooms have balconies and some rooms have jetted tubs. Step downstairs for the fitness center, parking (for a fee), fireplace, pool table, Alaska-inspired lobby lounge and restaurant with fine Northwest fare. The hotel is in downtown Seattle, three blocks northeast of Pioneer Square. Across the street is the light rail, with service around the metro area and to Sea-Tac International Airport. If you're driving from the airport, the hotel is 13 miles north. Our guests feel like they've stepped back a century with a stay at this gracious club hotel, updated with modern tech amenities.
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