• Entertainment
    TV, Radio
  • Nearby
    Cafe, Ristorants, Pizza restaurants, Parks, Bus station, Subway, Theaters, Museums, Churches, Cathedrals, Castles
  • Languages spoken
    English, Spanish

MarQueen Hotel

TAKE A RIDE THROUGH SEATTLE’S HISTORY
MarQueen Hotel, built in 1918 as the Seattle Engineering School, housed Henry Ford’s students. These blacksmiths developed the Model-T, the first affordable car for the middle-class. This iconic history is still seen throughout the property, engineered with charming touches and nods to it’s unique ride to success.
The History of the Marqueen Hotel
1918 – Originally constructed as the Seattle Engineering School, the building was developed as a housing and training facility for blacksmiths working at the Ford assembly plant.
1920 – The Seattle Engineering School opened the Kuay Garage (pronounced Q-A), a training establishment and auto repair shop, later renamed MarQueen Garage.
1926 – Vance Lumber Company acquired the building, which was then remodeled into MarQueen Apartments with 70 units.
1976 – MarQueen Garage moved up to Queen Anne Hill, where it is still located today.
1990 – Renovation began on the MarQueen Apartments.
1998 – MarQueen Hotel officially opened alongside Tin Lizzie Lounge, weaving in the 1920s era in which the building was first constructed.

WARM HOSPITALITY WITH CONVENIENT COMFORTS
Pair your stay at the iconic MarQueen Hotel with accessible amenities for the ultimate Seattle experience. From the European-style lobby with a grand staircase to a speakeasy-style restaurant and bar, The Tin Lizzie Lounge, our historic hotel begs to be explored. Your home away from home in this storied neighborhood offers a host of on-site services to enhance your Emerald City escape. Our hotel is three stories and does not have an elevator, please visit our Accessibility page for more information on our first-floor accessible rooms.

YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD SPEAKEASY
Perfect for leisurely evenings and memorable nights, The Tin Lizzie Lounge is a prohibition-style lounge for every traveler and local alike. Sip on some “giggle juice” as you’re enjoying a curated charcuterie board while taking in the 1920s nod to the building’s Henry Ford origins.

PARK AND PLAY
As the historic garage that once housed the Model-T, parking is of utmost important to our downtown location. With affordable valet parking, exploring the Seattle area has never been easier. Please note our garage can only accommodate small/medium cars. If you are unsure, please feel free to call us at 206.282.7407.

FURRY FRIEND ACCOMMODATIONS
At the MarQueen, we treat all guests like royalty, none more than our four-legged friends. The Emerald City is full of green fields to run and sniffs to explore, all within steps of Uptown. For ultimate coziness, our beds are plush, our rooms are spacious, and we have pre-designated dog-friendly rooms with views of the incoming mail carriers for your viewing pleasure. For more information, please read our pup guidelines.

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