Designed with creativity in mind, Hotel Max is a bold and modern Seattle stay, crafted for music lovers, art fanatics, and everything in between. A place where art, photography and music mingle with exceptional food from Miller’s Guild, playful signature amenities and plenty of attitude.
Musically Forward Design
Commissioned works from innovative artists adorn every floor of the hotel – photographs, paintings, collages and sculptures – reflecting a myriad of voices and attitudes. Hotel Max’s lobby is home to a signed prototype of the bass guitar Seattle’s Krist Novoselic of Nirvana designed for Gibson.
Sub Pop Collaboration
Located on Hotel Max's 5th floor, each room of the Sub Pop collaboration is outfitted with poster art, Crosley record players and a selection of vinyl Sub Pop Records, Seattle’s most iconic independent record label.
Hotel Max Bunk room can fit crews of up to five people and features a separate seating area fitted with a sectional couch, Crosley record player and a curated collection of vinyl from Sub Pop Records. Designed for work and play, the bunk rooms include a work desk and plenty of built-in storage.
A nine-foot-long, custom-made grill is the focal point of this hot Seattle eatery. The wood-fired menu features 75-day dry-aged beef, locally caught seafood, nose-to-tail butchery and rustic baked goods.
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Headquartered in Portland, Ore., Provenance Hotels specializes in independent hotels that express the richest essence of the communities we call home. The award-winning hotels illuminate the individuality of our bright talent, locally curated art collections, the ingenuity of local tastemakers as well as innovative food and beverage. The portfolio includes 14 properties in Portland, Seattle, Tacoma, Palm Springs, New Orleans, Nashville, Boston and Fort Wayne, Indiana.