The Hotel Max is located in downtown Seattle, Wash; near many of the city's shops, fine restaurants and renowned theaters. Pacific Place is located 1 block from the hotel. Pike Place Market is 5 blocks away.
The Hotel Max was built in the 1920s by lumber magnate Joseph Vance, and was completely renovated in 2005. The lobby's red-lacquer and black décor sets an artistic tone for the guestroom hallways that double as photographic art galleries. A car service can transport guests to and from the airport for an additional cost. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in the lobby. The hotel's 24-hour, complimentary fitness room contains television-mounted cardiovascular machines and free weights. 2 official meeting rooms are also available, and guests will find an open event space for hire as well. Free newspapers are available for perusal in the lobby.
The 10-story Hotel Max offers 174 Denise Corso-designed guestrooms showcasing original artworks by local and regional artists and photographers. Slate-gray walls contrast with tomato-hued throw pillows and bed scarves. Sink into comfort with pillowtop mattress beds topped with Egyptian-cotton sheets, down comforters and a pillow menu. Bathrooms contain metal basin sinks, rainforest showerheads, marble floors and tomato-colored or neutral-toned wallpaper. Bathrooms are stocked with Aveda toiletries. Select rooms contain showers only. Rooms include complimentary wireless Internet access, and 32-inch flat-panel cable televisions with pay movies.