Ratings based on 104 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.7 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.6 Room comfort
4.5 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby Jim
Nice location, cleanPosted 2-Dec-2013
Pros: Clean, quiet for being right on major street.
Cons: Free parking.
Location: MOHAI, EMP, Chihuly exhibit at Seattle Center.
We like staying in south Lake Union because it's close to Seattle Center and downtown. Ongoing construction is improving traffic flow; still wish we didn't have to pay extra for parking but it's more secure than public lots across the street.
for Familiesby Cookie from Bellevue, WA
Location: The Museum of History and Industry, wooden boat museum and great restaurants were within walking distance.
this hotel is very family friendly.
for Everyoneby Jeremy from NM
Quick stay downtownPosted 17-Nov-2013
Pros: The design, the location, the space.
Cons: There needs to be a hook or two, maybe a towel bar in the bathroom, near the shower; the only ones are above the toilet.
Location: Close to Seattle Center, Lake Union and Downtown. Easy access to I5 and shopping and great restaurants!
The hotel was easy to get too, close to sites and places to eat, the view of the lake was great and yet there was very little noise in the room. The Heat and A/C worked well and the beds where very comfortable. Parking was available and while tight, usable and covered (good for the rain).
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for Everyoneby Clair from Portland, OR
Very nice hotel near Lake UnionPosted 25-Oct-2013
Pros: Location, room size, breakfast
Cons: Stains on carpets. We pay extra for our dogs, so why not use that money to shampoo the rugs?
Location: Nice choice of restaurants right across the street on the marina. We went to Chandlers and enjoyed the heated patio and blankets they provided
Very nice location facing the lake- we used to visit Seattle quite often when we lived closer and regre tthat we didn't find this area sooner! We were very impressed by the water feature in the lobby- it felt like a more expensive hotel. We were also pleasantly surprised that our room had two bedrooms rather than just a bed and a sofa bed (like we had thought we booked). Breakfast was an above average buffet- lots of options including real meat and fresh fruit.
for Everyoneby scipio from san francisco
Ordinary hotel ....Posted 23-Oct-2013
Hotel was usual but not that high quality. The deluxe breakfast (they say) was not deluxe at all. Expensive parking rate (almost 30 bucks per day) is unreasonable, instead hotel parking, it is better to go public or SCCA (Seattle cancer care alliance) parking lot. Unless you have to go SCCA or associated facilities, It would not be a good choice.
for Everyoneby Ren
Hotel on the lakePosted 19-Sep-2013
Pros: The staff was extremely nice and helpful. The handicapped room was convenient and com- fortable.
Cons: Furniture in lobby was very low and hard to get out of for someone who's eighty.
Location: Argosy boat rides. Volunteer Park was beautiful with wonderful trees. The Asian Art Museum Is a special treat.,
The staff was extremely nice and helpful. Coffee was not available in the lobby for those who missed breakfast (which was very good the next day). The overall impression of the lobby was less elegant than I (a New Yorker) expected for the price of the room, but maybe that's just western informality. Good location for my activities: Argosy boat ride, Asian Art Museum, and friend's houseboat. Would stay there again.
for Business Travellersby Heather from Somers, Ct
close to all must-see sightsPosted 20-Aug-2013 on Hotels.com
Great Restaurants accross the street. Very close to Space Needle. Short ride down to pikes market.
for Everyoneby Paul from Yuma AZ
Outstanding and awe inspiringPosted 11-Aug-2013
Pros: It is an awe inspiring experience walking into the lobby, like walking into a disney movie complete with massive waterfall.
Cons: free parking. a guest should never have to pay to park.
Location: Right on the waterfront, awesome Yachts across the street, great world class steak house, and a selection of relaxing places to chill at night.
If you want to stay in the best hotel in Seattle, look no further. Amazing place, could not ask for more.Beyond my wildest expectations. Elite and exceptional are words that do not seem to quantify the experience, its exquisite. You will not go wrong staying here.
Recommendedby lauriek from Seattle
Great Hotel for an affordable suitePosted 6-Aug-2013 on Hotels.com
We live in Seattle but stayed here with my Father In Law in a two bedroom suite while he was in town. Though there are not a ton of amenities in the vicinity, it seems like a good location to stay if you wanted a suite and access to easy public transportation. Free breakfast is convenient. The staff was great. Perfect for familes.