This hotel of choice for many ’60s and ’70s rock stars extends over Elliott Bay. Famous rock ‘n rollers who’ve stayed here include the Rolling Stones, Elvis Presley, Stevie Wonder, Led Zeppelin, The Monkees, Jerry Lee Lewis, Roy Orbison, The Mamas and the Papas, Blondie, Jeff Beck, Jethro Tull, Neil Young, The Who, Vanilla Fudge, David Bowie, The Beastie Boys and Alice Cooper.
The hotel is particularly famous for hosting The Beatles when they visited Seattle in 1964. Because of the Beatles’ connection to the hotel, there is a Beatles-themed suite and the hotel has hosted several Beatles-related events and tributes in recent years.
In 1973, Led Zeppelin was officially banned from staying here after it was discovered they had caught roughly 30 mud sharks from their guest room window and disposed of beds, TVs, lamps, etc. into Elliott Bay.
The Edgewater Hotel
2411 Alaskan Way, Pier 67
Seattle WA 98121
It’s worth noting that the Beatles suite advertised today is not the suite that the Beatles occupied back then.