A Seattle icon,
100 years in the making…
It’s that kind of locale, after all. Since 1909, the Sorrento Hotel on Seattle’s First Hill has been a special place where memories are made, and traditions are born. With its rich Italian architecture and personalized service, the Sorrento has a warm, inviting nature that feels like a second home. The Hunt Club is a neighborhood favorite for locals who know where to find the best martinis and seasonal cuisine. A wonderful buzz and welcoming smiles permeate our Fireside Room. Step through our doors and you’ll find the Sorrento teeming with literary and artistic activity. Live jazz one night, a book event the next. There’s always something happening here. Everyone has a Sorrento story. Join us to create one of your own.
Holidays in Seattle can be busy, busy, busy so let the Sorrento Hotel take a bit of the stress out of your trip. We have added some fun new amenities to our usual quality service to make your stay even more enjoyable!
- Complimentary hot cider in the lobby at check in.
- Cork Program – each and every guest will get a wine cork at check-in that can be redeemed in the Hunt Club or Fireside Room at your leisure for a glass of wine, a non-alcoholic drink or a happy hour menu item after 4pm. We often will have music or some sort of entertainment in the Fireside Room so join us to get your evening started or end your night just right!
- Sorrento Kids – Who’s up for an adventure? We know traveling with kids can be an adventure so we’ve put together a program all sorts of handy things to make your travel a bit easier: a list of fun family friendly activities in Seattle, milk & cookies at bedtime (you call us when they are ready to be tucked in!) and a gold coin given at check-in for a trip to the Sorrento Kids’ treasure chest. Oh, and best of all – kids under 9 eat free with their parents in the Hunt Club!
- Midnight Munchies – this may be the best thing yet, sneak downstairs to the lobby between 11pm and midnight each night to enjoy our old fashioned candy bar. Because, well, why not!?