Stay at The Waterstreet Hotel
and take your place in history...
The Waterstreet Hotel offers its guests the old-world charm of historic Port Townsend, Washington, a Victorian seaport known for its panoramic mountain and water views.
The Waterstreet Hotel occupies the second and third floors of the historic N.D. Hill Building. It features waterfront rooms and suites in the heart of downtown Port Townsend.
Built in 1889 and completely renovated, Port Townsend's N.D. Hill Building was designed by Seattle architect Elmer H. Fisher. His work also included Port Townsend's Hastings Building and Seattle's famous Pioneer Building.
Fine craftsmanship is displayed in the brickwork and metal craft of the hotel, which has been featured on Port Townsend's Historic Homes Tour.
Children 12 and under stay free (up to 3).
Ask about our senior and government discounts.
Rates are single/double occupancy.
Add $10 per night for each extra person over 12 years old.
Four businesses share Port Townsend's historic N.D. Hill Building with the Water Street Hotel. The hotel welcomes guests to enjoy its rooms on the upper floors. Businesses welcome customers on the street entrances to the historic N.D. Hill Building.
Water Street Hotel entrance at 635 Water Street
Pacific Traditions Gallery 637 Water Street
Coastal Conservatory Home 639 Water Street
Face of Grace 633 Water Street
Bazaar Girl Yarn Shop 126 Quincy Street
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Dynamite water view with deck
Large open room, hardwood floors
One king bed, a queen futon
One double bed in loft