Learn about our boutique hotel in Seattle WA and see why we're the perfect choice for your next vacation.

The Hotel Deca in Seattle first opened its doors in 1931 and was the Pacific Northwest’s largest suburban hotel. It was built by those who saw a need for an upscale hotel in the burgeoning Seattle University District. Reflective of architect Robert C. Reamer’s distinctive Art Deco style, the hotel was included in the 1938 American Institute of Architects traveling exhibition of the 100 most distinguished buildings in America. It has been the choice of visiting dignitaries, Noble Peace Prize winning scientists, and the occasional celebrity ever since.

Rooms & Suites

Learn about our Seattle hotel rooms with unique style straight out of the 30s.

Overview & Amenities

With its panoramic Seattle and mountain views and comfortable, well-appointed rooms and suites, Hotel Deca offers contemporary accommodations featuring art-deco motifs.


Just two turns from Interstate 5. We’re one of the tallest buildings in the University District.