Byzantine meets contemporary in new Lotte Hotel Seattle

A Byzantine Church gives new Lotte Hotel Seattle an unusual and historic twist in an otherwise contemporary boutique hotel setting. The Sanctuary Grand Ballroom, within the recently opened Lotte Hotel Seattle, is one of the oldest byzantine style pieces of architecture in the USA. Formerly the United Methodist Church, it boasts over 100 years of history and is famous for its pipe organ and stained-glass. Lotte Hotel Seattle occupies 16 floors of the prestigious 44-story F5 Tower at the corner of 5th & Marion in the heart of downtown. The building’s façade is beautifully designed with shimmering glass reflecting the structures around it and shedding a special light on the Seattle skyline.  Rooms feature an entire wall of windows that allow the guests to enjoy a panoramic view of downtown Seattle and the hotel is in close proximity to top attractions including Skyview Observatory at Columbia Tower, Pioneer Square, Seattle Public Library, Smith Tower and the Seattle Art Museum. 
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Posted by: Gateway to Washington State Adventure
Posted on: 03/02/2021

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