Seattle's home away from home for art lovers, musicians and the creatively inclined. Showcasing the work of iconic local photographers on each floor, Hotel Max mixes urban adventure with art, music and style.
620 Stewart St., Seattle, WA 98101
206 728 6299
We don’t think art should blend into the background. Each of our guest floor corridors features the work of a Seattle photographer, each of whom explores a theme – from architecture to romance – and showcases it in works large enough to cover the guest room doors.
Arty Hotel Max embraces Seattle’s grunge connection with a “Sub Pop” floor devoted to the local indie record label that discovered Nirvana.
New York Times, 2014
Rock ’n’ roll sometimes can be a visual component of a hotel stay. In partnership with the local independent record label Sub Pop Records, Hotel Max in Seattle remodeled all 19 rooms on its fifth floor with band posters, turntables, record collections and Sub Pop music videos on the TVs.
New York Times, 2013
Be sure to check in...at Hotel Max, a place that’s all about music, comfort and art.
Interested in getting sung to sleep by James Mercer of The Shins or waking up to the musical stylings of Mudhoney or J “Dinosaur Jr.” Mascis? If you’re staying at the Hotel Max in Seattle, you can, courtesy of a new collaboration between the downtown property and Sub Pop Records.
Known for its edgy, often erotically charged artwork, this self-proclaimed hipster haven is one of the coolest addresses in party-central Belltown.
Travel + Leisure, 2012