Sorrento Hotel is an Italian oasis style hotel in Seattle, Washington, United States, located at the historic First Hill neighborhood. The Sorrento Hotel opened in 1909, just before the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition was held in the city. Developed by a Seattle clothier named Samuel Rosenberg, the hotel was under financial distress existence in its early existence. After suffering losses, in 1910 Rosenberg traded the hotel for a 240-acre orchard in Oregon's Rogue River Valley. Incidentally, Rosenberg's sons, Harry and David, assumed management of the orchard, selling their prized pears in baskets under the famed "Harry and David" nameplate.

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  • Sorrento Hotel is an Italian oasis style hotel in Seattle, Washington, United States, located at the historic First Hill neighborhood. The Sorrento Hotel opened in 1909, just before the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition was held in the city. Developed by a Seattle clothier named Samuel Rosenberg, the hotel was under financial distress existence in its early existence. After suffering losses, in 1910 Rosenberg traded the hotel for a 240-acre orchard in Oregon's Rogue River Valley. Incidentally, Rosenberg's sons, Harry and David, assumed management of the orchard, selling their prized pears in baskets under the famed "Harry and David" nameplate. Among the hotel's architectural features, the Rookwood tiles composing the fireplace surround in the Fireside Room are especially noteworthy. The hotel was bought by the Malone Family in the 1980s and fully renovated the building. Sorrento Hotel has won numerous awards and was named one of Conde Nast Traveler's top-25 hotels. (en)
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  • Sorrento Hotel is an Italian oasis style hotel in Seattle, Washington, United States, located at the historic First Hill neighborhood. The Sorrento Hotel opened in 1909, just before the Alaska-Yukon-Pacific Exposition was held in the city. Developed by a Seattle clothier named Samuel Rosenberg, the hotel was under financial distress existence in its early existence. After suffering losses, in 1910 Rosenberg traded the hotel for a 240-acre orchard in Oregon's Rogue River Valley. Incidentally, Rosenberg's sons, Harry and David, assumed management of the orchard, selling their prized pears in baskets under the famed "Harry and David" nameplate. (en)
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