Reframe: First Hill’s Hotel Sorrento

November 7th, 2008 @ 12:01 am by Cliffe | Sorted Reframe |
It’s been a little while since I’ve posted a Reframe photo comparo — so I’ve picked out one of my favorite hotels in the city.
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The Italian mission-style Hotel Sorrento was built in 1908 and advertised as “the hotel in the heart of things.” Home to Seattle’s first rooftop restaraunt, the view these days is limited by tall skyscrapers but still impressive.
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The Post-Intelligencer ran a story about the hotel in March. The structure finally went up for landmark nomination brought by current owner and preservationist Michael Malone. So let’s take a look at the Reframe — first in 1912 and then the current day shots. Click for higher-res copies.
The Hotel Sorrento in 1912.
The Hotel Sorrento in 2008.
Alternate exterior angle along Terry Ave.
Sorrento’s top floor banquet room.
The upper floor living area with balcony.
Hotel suite off of banquet room.

5 Responses to “Reframe: First Hill’s Hotel Sorrento”

  1. Shannon says:

    I wish more modern hotels looked like this!

  2. striatic says:

    looked better without the trees, i think.

  3. It’s great to see it’s been so well preserved. So many of these comparisons end up with a parking lot or a condo in the “now”.

  4. Matt the Engineer says:

    The article says it used to have a formal garden on the roof. It sounds like Seattle has quite a history of “green roofs”.

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