Hotels Near Dimitriou'S Jazz Alley In Seattle

4.6/5Outstanding15 Reviews
0.14km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
The hotel is in an excellent location, the facilities are not new but very advanced and very old style. The bath is wide and the bath is comfortable. The TV is big and the ball is good. The room was clean. The bed is comfortable.
FromUS$127
4.6/5Outstanding68 Reviews
0.19km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
The Westin location is very good, very close to the Amazon headquarters, 5 minutes walk, close to wholefoods, close to the pike market, the first Starbucks, 5 minutes walk. There is McDonald's opposite. The room is comfortable and can't be cooked. Parking for $50 a day can be repeated several times a day. Stop 30 on the opposite side, but not back and forth multiple times.
FromUS$191
4.4/5Excellent14 Reviews
0.19km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
The location of the hotel is very good, the surrounding environment is also very safe, the parking lot is charged, 37 US dollars a night, I booked a room without breakfast, so I don't know how to breakfast, we will set the room for two big beds, So there is no need for a bed, the location is very good, there are no tramps around, where to go
FromUS$123
5/5Perfect7 Reviews
0.2km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
I just completed a very nice weekend stay here at The Sound. The hotel is a recent addition to the area, and it shows—everything was sparkling clean. Decor was stylish and sleek without “trying too hard”. This is not a full service resort hotel, so it’s not the place for you if you are looking for room service, nightly turn downs, laundry, or a big fitness center. The level of service was exactly what I was looking for, and I appreciate not having to pay for extras I don’t use. If I was to nit-pick, I would recommend to change out the bathroom sink faucets to something that was longer and made more sense considering the depth of the sink, as well as having coffee available in the lobby earlier than 7am.
FromUS$212
4.4/5Excellent76 Reviews
0.28km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
The location of the hotel is very good. Go straight through the traffic lights on the left hand side and walk to the Pike Market for a few minutes. Turn left and go right across the road and go straight to the Space Clock Tower (video is a public play behind the Space Clock Tower field). There is Messi, Westlake Shopping Center nearby, and the elevator opposite Starbucks has an American discount shop saks Off 5th. The hotel has free Starbucks coffee. Westlake station went in to buy a ticket and took 2 stops to Washington University. Overseas hotels recommend that everyone check in with cash, that is, there is no VISA, master credit card, this is how I checked in, a $ 100 one night deposit, and the cash will be returned directly to me at checkout, so it will not There is a problem with what people call credit card deductions. Next time I go to Seattle, I will choose Mayflower Hotel.
SOLD OUT
4/5Very Good5 Reviews
0.36km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
Hotel contacted us in advance that the city is still under a lockdown and that they don't suggest to travel to Seattle. Because our flight was canceled anyway we followed their suggestions and canceled our non-refundable reservation a few day prior our travel date. Hotel did not insist in any money so this cancelation was at the end totally free of charges. I stayed at Moore Hotel a few years ago and was totally happy. Affordable prices, perfect location, clean rooms and a nice coffee shop near the lobby. Now they made a very good impression about their customer service as well. I would return any time for a short city trip into Seattle.
FromUS$137
3/514 Reviews
0.37km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
1 ⃣️ breakfast, according to the United States here, the public came early. #东西 is quite complete, can eat enough ~ environment can still 2⃣️ The location of the hotel is very convenient. In the urban area, it is very convenient to go out and buy something to go shopping. It is very convenient from several urban attractions in Seattle. (Note: Foreigners are hardly living in urban areas, especially in the evenings, more tramps, girls go out to pay attention to safety) 3⃣️Transportation: Several scenic spots can be reached by walking for one or two kilometers. English is good. It is economical to take bus and light rail to go anywhere. English almost used Uber ~ convenient. 4 ⃣️ hotel provides parking, but I don't know if parking charges are not. Last reminder: When setting the hotel, calculate the time difference in China, try to book the Chinese working day. When I set it, China is early in the morning, Ctrip’s staff has not yet gone to work, and the United States cannot find my check-in information. , delayed for a long time ~ but eventually managed to stay.
FromUS$147
4.4/5Excellent10 Reviews
0.37km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
I've never had to rely on a hotel's hospitality more than my 10 night stay at the Pan Pacific. For various reasons, we wound up having to come here from the hospital with our newborn son which was stressful to say the least. One of the managers, Alex, made sure to go above and beyond in terms of making sure we had everything we could possibly need. The front desk staff were all aware of and helpful to our situation which was fabulous. As for the hotel itself, I felt comfortable regarding the ongoing pandemic and their safety measures and while their room service was shut down, being able to walk downstairs to Whole Foods made that fact kinda irrelevant to us. The hotel isn't in the heart of downtown but isn't more than a 20 minute walk to Pikes Market and other local landmarks. The rooms are nice and very spacious but are beginning to show their age a little bit (one of our thermostats and one of the toilets wouldn't work). We were also here with our two dogs which wasn't too difficult considering there was a little strip of grass right across Terry Lane for their bathroom needs. We also had a balcony suite and put some pee pads out there for the middle of the night which worked great. I've stayed in various hotels across Seattle and while the Pan Pacific isn't the most upscale in the city, it certainly felt like home which is difficult to find anywhere you go. We'll be staying here when we return!
FromUS$240
4.7/5Outstanding13 Reviews
0.41km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Bell town. There is direct bus service to the cruise terminal, and it is not far from the airport to the Westlake Center light rail station. There is a small supermarket across the street from the hotel. There is also a cooked food such as roast chicken. There is a coffee machine in the room and coffee and tea are provided free of charge. There is also a microwave oven, which can be borrowed from the front desk. Coin-operated washing machines and dryers are available on the first floor of the hotel. We have not yet lived in a hotel with laundry facilities. There is always lemon ice water in the lobby, and it’s nice to have a drink from the outside in the summer. Bicycles are available for rent. The problem with the surrounding tramp is that this is true throughout Seattle. There are still few hotels around, and the more you go to downtown Seattle, such as the Westlake Center, the more Pike Market. We have been observing the house for a long time, and the tramps did not harass passers-by during the day. But I don't know the situation at night.
FromUS$143
4.6/5Outstanding14 Reviews
0.43km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
The hotel is a new hotel, so it is relatively clean. The bed is also large. The main attractions to go to Seattle are walking distance, MACY next door to the hotel, and Ding Taifeng in 6 minutes. The bad thing is: the hotel's windows can't be opened, and the back of the hotel is facing the garage. Because it is a three-dimensional garage, it is estimated that the 10th floor and below are all in sight. 5 minutes from the Pike market, so it is very convenient to buy things, you can buy eggs, bread, rice, seafood, vegetables, etc. The key is to bring something that can be heated. The subway is also next door. To eat seafood, the public is ranked 1st in ELLIOTT'S OYSTER, 6 minutes on foot. There is a seagull on the side, there is no introduction in the travel notes, but it is very good. It is also 6 minutes to the cruise ship. The boat should be sitting on Lake Washington. It is more than 10 dollars more than the basic model. This way you can pass the lock and the scenery is better.
FromUS$185
4.8/5Outstanding35 Reviews
0.43km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
This property was clean and the staff were friendly. The staff was also accomidating and hospitable during this time of a pandemic since there is no active housekeeping for this hotel. My only complaint was that the fridge was not working and I had to get my own ice and bucket from the vending machine
FromUS$199
4.4/5Excellent37 Reviews
0.47km from Dimitriou's Jazz Alley
The hotel is conveniently located in downtown. There is a Chinese restaurant Din Tai Fung on the 4th floor of the nearby pacific place, and Haidilao on the 3rd floor is still under renovation. There is a small restaurant on the first floor of the hotel. You can also order in the room and deliver to the room. There is a parking lot, which requires a fee. The parking fee is automatically included in the bill when I check out. The front desk and service were good, but no Chinese was found. I had slippers in my pajamas pockets, but I didn't find them on the first day. Arrived on the first day and checked in when I arrived. Check out was quick.
FromUS$229

Hotels Near Dimitriou'S Jazz Alley In Seattle Review

5/58 Reviews
Belltown
We booked in here because it was walking distance to the Seahawks stadium. We arrived on a Saturday evening and were promptly greeted by the very friendly front desk agent. I had booked a large suite room and it was just as it appeared in the pictures - clean, large and tastefully decorated. Free wifi, and a massive room. The Dahlia Bakery across the street has fantastic baked goods and the Assaggio Ristorante down the street was delicious. We thoroughly enjoyed the hotel and it wasn't until I got back from my trip that my friend mentioned it is one of Seattle's haunted hotels. HOT TIP- The front desk agent informed me that parking was free after 7 pm and on Sundays....By the time we got checked in and stuff up to the room, it was almost 7 pm so I found a FREE parking spot across the street and our car was parked there for the remainder of the trip.
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FromUS$216
5/58 Reviews
Pike Market District
I chose this place for the location, walkability, and the vintage boutique feel it had online. For the time of my visit prices were low and very reasonable (prices vary greatly throughout the year at all hotels in this popular area) so I splurged and was able to reserve a king suite for a really great price and I enjoyed lounging on that massive couch each evening before/after going out. Check-in was super easy, place felt very secure especially after hours during the late night. Room was clean, well decorated and even though I had a view over the roof to other rooms, it was quiet and still felt private. The lobby lounge area was adorable, cozy and a nice spot to relax outside of the room. I did eat breakfast one morning at the attached restaraunt and the food, although fancy, was good. However I was a little disappointed that the bar wasn't open later on the nights I was there, leaving me to walk elsewhere for late night food/beverage options, however I never felt unsafe in doing so either. Location was very convenient for walking to Pikes, the waterfront, Benaroya Hall, Showbox, shopping, the light rail systems, anything downtown really and was an easy mile walk to the Space Needle area. I look forward to staying here again!
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FromUS$176
4.4/510 Reviews
Belltown
I've never had to rely on a hotel's hospitality more than my 10 night stay at the Pan Pacific. For various reasons, we wound up having to come here from the hospital with our newborn son which was stressful to say the least. One of the managers, Alex, made sure to go above and beyond in terms of making sure we had everything we could possibly need. The front desk staff were all aware of and helpful to our situation which was fabulous. As for the hotel itself, I felt comfortable regarding the ongoing pandemic and their safety measures and while their room service was shut down, being able to walk downstairs to Whole Foods made that fact kinda irrelevant to us. The hotel isn't in the heart of downtown but isn't more than a 20 minute walk to Pikes Market and other local landmarks. The rooms are nice and very spacious but are beginning to show their age a little bit (one of our thermostats and one of the toilets wouldn't work). We were also here with our two dogs which wasn't too difficult considering there was a little strip of grass right across Terry Lane for their bathroom needs. We also had a balcony suite and put some pee pads out there for the middle of the night which worked great. I've stayed in various hotels across Seattle and while the Pan Pacific isn't the most upscale in the city, it certainly felt like home which is difficult to find anywhere you go. We'll be staying here when we return!
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FromUS$240
4.6/514 Reviews
Central Business District
The hotel is a new hotel, so it is relatively clean. The bed is also large. The main attractions to go to Seattle are walking distance, MACY next door to the hotel, and Ding Taifeng in 6 minutes. The bad thing is: the hotel's windows can't be opened, and the back of the hotel is facing the garage. Because it is a three-dimensional garage, it is estimated that the 10th floor and below are all in sight. 5 minutes from the Pike market, so it is very convenient to buy things, you can buy eggs, bread, rice, seafood, vegetables, etc. The key is to bring something that can be heated. The subway is also next door. To eat seafood, the public is ranked 1st in ELLIOTT'S OYSTER, 6 minutes on foot. There is a seagull on the side, there is no introduction in the travel notes, but it is very good. It is also 6 minutes to the cruise ship. The boat should be sitting on Lake Washington. It is more than 10 dollars more than the basic model. This way you can pass the lock and the scenery is better.
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FromUS$185
4.8/517 Reviews
First Hill
There is a free breakfast every day and a free dinner every Monday through Thursday. Breakfast is more abundant. Dinner is relatively simple. Hotel facilities are old, but the location is very good, the surrounding transportation is convenient, shopping is very convenient. Walk to Pike Market, Macy's and many other big stores.
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FromUS$199
4.5/510 Reviews
We decided to do a staycation for our anniversary and wanted to check out museums around the area. Checkin process was quick and easy! I had originally planned a little surprise to greet my partner (beer and chips) but unfortunately, the hotel’s system was down and they missed the request. I was a bit bummed, but the staff immediately reached out to me via phone and they offered to take care of dinner for us! It was so sweet. The room itself was great, the bed was so comfortable and the robes were a great touch! We will definitely be back!
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FromUS$148
4.4/513 Reviews
Pioneer Square
The hotel has a history of more than 100 years... but it doesn't look old. The decoration is very stylish, the floor is very high and the interior is bright. The corridor is spacious and the elevator is large. The room was clean and there were fewer outlets. The actual use area is 22 square meters, with a large bed, 2 meters wide, 2 meters high and 0.7 meters high. The window cannot be opened. The front desk service is very good and check-in and check-out is very fast. Breakfast is a light meal with milk, burgers, fruit, eggs, cereals.... It is a 10-minute walk from King Street Railway Station and a 20-minute walk to Pike Place Market. There are no large supermarkets near the hotel.
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FromUS$146
4.6/515 Reviews
Belltown
The hotel is in an excellent location, the facilities are not new but very advanced and very old style. The bath is wide and the bath is comfortable. The TV is big and the ball is good. The room was clean. The bed is comfortable.
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FromUS$127
3.4/510 Reviews
Very very satisfied
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FromUS$110
3.6/516 Reviews
Belltown
Breakfast is OK, the location is opposite the number 66 head, there is a large cruise ship docking every day, I am disembarked from the number 69, so book here. It is a short walk from the Pike market for ten minutes, but after a highway bridge, the area under the bridge is occupied by the tramp, and dare not go to night. The hotel has a swimming pool, too small, foreigners do not have a lot of hair in the swimming cap, do not change swimming trunks, disgusting death, just got off the water and went back to the house to take a shower. Service is general, the hotel is behind the railway, before going to sleep, the train passed very clearly, 40 knives to the airport taxi
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FromUS$220
4.3/538 Reviews
Tacoma International Airport
The experience was pretty good, the hotel garden was beautiful. The hotel is very close to the airport, there are scheduled shuttle buses, travel is very convenient. Meals can be served in the shop. The lobby bar is lively at night and the decoration is very good. There are a lot of meeting rooms, and it is still very elegant, and there are various fitness equipment.
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FromUS$159
4/510 Reviews
The room is still relatively large, the room rate does not include the breakfast price is too expensive, there is no use of the service so the experience is not good or bad. The room is ok, the surrounding area is a bit messy and there is no environment at all. There is a large supermarket in the vicinity for five minutes. It takes ten minutes to eat. The room has a sofa to sleep for one night. The hotel is also located. It is close to the space needle. There is a parking lot at the door. Charges, there are also gas stations.
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FromUS$149
2.7/517 Reviews
Central Business District
hotel is situated in the heart of seattle downtown, though has beeen built for quite some time but still maintain quite ok. the only thing i don't like is the bathtub. very old fashion. wonder why they renovate all the room to keep it up to date but didnt reno the bathroom. quite a minus point. valet parking is SUPER expensive. i just found out next day there is public parking 1/4 cheaper next to the hotel.
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FromUS$179
4.4/528 Reviews
Central Business District
The hotel is in a good location, very close to the Pike market, shopping center, and convenient to eat next to it, as well as a supermarket. Going to the beach and the space needle can walk, the space needle is a little far away, but it is no problem to walk around while watching the city landscape. The hotel room is large and the bed is comfortable. There is mineral water, and the capsule coffee machine is equipped with black tea, green tea, chocolate milk and local specialty Starbucks coffee. The bathroom is equipped with nest shampoo, body lotion and soap.
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FromUS$199
4.8/521 Reviews
Lower Queen Anne
A hotel that is perfect for family travels. Every aspect is carefully designed, warm and practical, giving people the feeling. Breakfast was simple but adequate. The dining environment is particularly atmospheric. You can also sit there for coffee and computer while you are not dining. Even more surprising is that dinner is also free. If you come back late, you can take freshly baked biscuits in the lobby. The location is quiet and safe. The main attractions such as the Seal needle and pike market are all within walking distance.
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FromUS$207
4.8/516 Reviews
great working staff, and love that the space needle is walking distance
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FromUS$177
3.2/511 Reviews
We recently stayed here for a couple of nights. We chose this hotel due to the proximity to a tour company we had booked with. The front desk staff were very friendly. They gave us a great upgraded room as we were staying on a first responder discounted rate, as well as great recommendations for things that were open close by. The location was great. Super close to a supermarket, bars, restaurants, and the Space Needle. The room was a bit old and outdated, but it's a older hotel. It appears to be an apartment building that was converted into a hotel. We had plenty of room though, which was nice. We were also up on the third floor so it was quiet and away from the street traffic a bit. Our biggest complaint was an experience we had with the valet. At certain times, he would seem to disappear for quite a while, which is slightly inconvenient if you want to get your car to make it somewhere on time. At one point, we waited for about 15 minutes. Finally the front desk agent said she would go get our car because we were trying to make it to a dinner reservation. She covered for the valet saying he was doing something else. It turned out that something else he was doing was smoking pot. He had the keys to our car so the front desk agent couldn't get it. When he finally pulled around in our car, he got out and wreaked of pot. And our car smelled of it as well since he had driven it-likely right after smoking. We didn't super appreciate that to say the least.
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FromUS$115
4.5/55 Reviews
Having stayed at one of the CitizenM Hotels in NYC it's great to finally have one in Seattle. I live in Seattle and was having some work done at home and needed a place to go for an evening, so this was perfect. If you're a traveler, the location is perfect in South Lake Union, so easy to walk to the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, Downtown Seattle and Lake Union. No car needed. The hotel right now is following all the COVID-19 guidelines, masks in lobby, hand sanitizer everywhere, contactless check-in and clean rooms. So I felt totally good about staying here. The staff is doing a fantastic job so far since they recently opened and COVID-19 is still happening. Everyone was very nice and helpful. I love the small rooms here, (the price is affordable too!) I know some people will be turned off by them, but they are so thoughtfully done, modern, clean and efficient. The beds are super comfortable and you can control everything in the room with an iPad or with your own phone via the App. The rooms are meant to be your landing point as you spend all day exploring Seattle. If you need some extra space the huge living room lobby offers plenty of space to relax or get some work done, you can also enjoy a coffee, drink or snack too. Welcome to Seattle CitizenM! Hope to stay again soon.
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FromUS$154
4.4/510 Reviews
Central Business District
I prefer non-chains which are typically generic. Not the case with this Loews Hotel! Location is great, very easy to walk to tourist attractions, non-tourist areas, and great restaurants close by. Hotel lobby is modern, intimate, great staff to include bell staff too. Our guest room 712 offers a city view with a peek at the bay and mountains. The room is impressive and felt more like a Four-Seasons with the lovely furnishings and high-quality bedding. The bar is perfect for a pre-drink - note is closed at midnight on the weekend which was disappointing if you want a night cap. The restaurant team is great and so is the food quality. We attending a wedding and the event cuisine was delicious and a wonderful banquet staff too! We will be back and please travel (ignore all of the virus drama).
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FromUS$456
4.5/520 Reviews
Central Business District
This hotel is conveniently located in the city centre and is close to the Pike Market. Hotel service is quite good. There are security guards in the lobby and outside the gate to assist with all kinds of things, so it is quite convenient to park and pick up the luggage at the doorway for a while. The hotel provides us with free WIFI, free drinks for 2 hours in the evening, a variety of wine, fruit, drinks, free American breakfast continental is also very rich, a variety of early intestines, eggs, milk, bread, fruit, pastry, juice drinks, coffee, etc. ,Recommended.
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FromUS$155
5/510 Reviews
The hotel is located in the South Lake Union area. It is about 20-30 minutes by car from the airport and it costs 46 yuan to take a taxi. The reservation is for a standard room. The hotel requires check-in after 4:00 pm. We are an early flight. However, we arrived at the hotel at about 10:00 am. Because of the availability, the front desk will quickly complete the formalities. We do not speak English. Baidu dialogue translation, the receptionist at the front desk will also use it, so there is no communication barrier. The room is large, with two large single beds of 1.50 meters wide, and there is a double sofa by the window to sleep. There are no problems for a family of three. There is a small open kitchen in the room. Although small, it is well-equipped. It has a dual-burner electric ceramic stove, a microwave oven, a dishwasher, a kitchen waste processor, and is also equipped with simple seasonings, plates, bowls, woks, stews , Milk pan, tableware and cutlery, 3-4 people have no problem dining. The rooms are quiet and tidy, and the facilities are relatively new. From the reception staff to the floor service staff are very warm and attentive. Breakfast is full of meat, eggs, milk, bread, oatmeal, coffee, soy milk, cakes, waffles, fruits. There is a small supermarket next to the hotel where you can buy some food and bento. There is also a large supermarket on 29 minutes' walk. Fruits, vegetables and meat are very fresh. Personally I think this hotel is very cost-effective!
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FromUS$151
4.7/581 Reviews
Belltown
This is an exceptional place for an easy and convenient downtown stay. Very courteous service and the staff make you feel welcomed and at home at all times. They even personally walk out into the garage to personally let you in every single time. Hehe, only because of the corona virus situation happening currently did I rate 3stars in lieu of the 5stars they potentially deserve considering how truly wonderful the property is. Definitely will return.
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FromUS$176
4.1/518 Reviews
Lower Queen Anne
I gave a corner room, and the three adults did not feel crowded. The hygiene is very clean, and there are no traces of water stains in the corners of the bathroom! ! Coffee is a Starbucks on the bad street, and a pack of diy popcorn! There is no breakfast at the hotel, but there is a Starbucks next door, and there are also fast food restaurants nearby. Although not in the commercial area, but there are also cvs, high-end supermarkets nearby, buying small things is not a problem! ! The nearby Kerry Park is a great place to watch the sunset, which is a little tired to climb the hillside.
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FromUS$134
4.7/513 Reviews
Belltown
The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of Bell town. There is direct bus service to the cruise terminal, and it is not far from the airport to the Westlake Center light rail station. There is a small supermarket across the street from the hotel. There is also a cooked food such as roast chicken. There is a coffee machine in the room and coffee and tea are provided free of charge. There is also a microwave oven, which can be borrowed from the front desk. Coin-operated washing machines and dryers are available on the first floor of the hotel. We have not yet lived in a hotel with laundry facilities. There is always lemon ice water in the lobby, and it’s nice to have a drink from the outside in the summer. Bicycles are available for rent. The problem with the surrounding tramp is that this is true throughout Seattle. There are still few hotels around, and the more you go to downtown Seattle, such as the Westlake Center, the more Pike Market. We have been observing the house for a long time, and the tramps did not harass passers-by during the day. But I don't know the situation at night.
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FromUS$143
4.6/514 Reviews
Belltown
The location is pretty good -- 6 mins walk from the train station. The room is clean and the size is decent. However, it isn't something modern -- still using wall air conditioner/heater. So you will hear a bit noise at night. One thing I really dislike is that I wasn't notified that there was 23.12 USD/night charge on top of what I have paid on trip.com. And to my surprise, 20 USD is for: 1. beer for 1 hour/day (regardless whether one drinks) 2. coffee everyday (regardless whether one drinks) 3. Internet in room -- yes, this is really surprised me. I have stayed in many hotels (probably more than 30) in the states in the past. Almost all came with free wifi. For those requiring a payment, it was clearly stated when connected or notified at check-in. And even more surprised, at checkout, no receipt for this additional fees was generated nor did the customer service mentioned anything about the fees.
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FromUS$195
4/55 Reviews
My husband and I are looking for our forever home, and in this search we want to buy a boat, so we decided to take in the Seattle Boat Show. We chose the Even Hotel as it was the closest to the waterfront where the boat show was being held. Of course there is a closer hotel, however, it was sold out. Anyway, we booked the Even and this is the first time we have ever stayed at an Even Hotel, and did not know what to expect. The hotel is easy to find, and easy to pull into. We arrived very early, fully expecting not to be able to check in as check in is at 3:00PM, and it was 9:30AM when we arrived. But they had a room!!!! The check-in process was easy, except for the the shock of being told there was a $36 USD a day for parking!!! WTH!! Parking is not included?! This is crazy. Okay, we will be walking to the boat show, so fine, we paid it. We entered the elevator and EVERYTHING is key-coded! To enter the hotel, you need a key, to get to your floor in the elevator, you need a key. We got into our room, on the eighth floor. A very spacious room, nice and clean, BIG shower stall, and big windows. A little “welcome” note was on the white board...Yes the room has a white board, and little inspirational signs are on the walls. If you are into yoga, vegan everything, and everything that goes along with this, the Even Hotel is the place for you. They have workout bands, yoga mats, and anything else you could want. Not our style, but okay. So here comes the interesting part, the remote for the TV has a mind of its own, sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn’t......There is no lock on the bathroom door?? Strange, this should have given my spidery senses a tingle? The shower is an interesting experience. We have stayed in many different hotels, motels, whatever, and each one has a different shower set up...This one, well, this is very different. It took about 5 minutes for me to figure out how to turn the thing on, then another five minutes to get the water at least somewhat warm....This hotel is all about recycling, and reducing, well this shower was not any of those. Then in the middle of my shower, the door of the shower, slid open! I actually thought my husband was playing a trick on me, but I was all alone in the shower. So while I tried to get my heart beat back down to normal, I slowly closed the shower door, only to watch it slide back open again?! I thought I was missing the latch, or something, but there was nothing there!! Okay, so realizing this a little quirk about the shower, I finished my shower, only to be stumped again about how to turn the water off!!!! I think an engineering degree is needed for this place, and it is probably true as the Google headquarters is right across the street!! One tip, if you want a lite, but very expensive breakfast eat in the “restaurant”.....If you want something else, stay elsewhere because you will not find a restaurant that caters to meat eating, gluten consuming, black cof
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FromUS$149
5/511 Reviews
Belltown
The Ace hotel has never been disappointing. I have lived in NYC before and now come to Seattle to decide whether to choose this one. Breakfast is not bad, homemade waffles are very interesting. 10 minutes walk from Pike Market.
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FromUS$139
4.7/512 Reviews
The parking is convenient, not far from the city center, the price is reasonable, and the management is good.
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FromUS$94
4.1/512 Reviews
The sound insulation is not good, and the sound of walking upstairs is very clear. Breakfast is a bit simpler. Good location, a few minutes walk is the major shopping malls and supermarkets, eating is very convenient.
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FromUS$149
4.4/512 Reviews
Central Business District
Especially good hotel, I originally wanted to book Mayflower and it turned out to be cheap. I saw that this app is highly rated on other apps, and the price can still be selected. There is no resort fee, and Ctrip paid it to the store. Other expenses. Location is good, 5 minutes walk from westlake station, one hour from the hotel by light rail to the airport, 3 knives. There are a few good coffees downstairs in major department stores, and the surroundings are relatively safe. There are more homeless people on 3rd street and it is not recommended for everyone. The rooms are large and the beds are large, the towels are clean and the decoration is relatively new. Remind that the hotel does not actively provide slippers, teeth, etc., it is best to bring your own, if not, call the hotel to ask. Also, the charging plug on the bedside did not send me the iphone to charge, as long as it is next to the sink, the voltage of the phone I bought in the United States should be fine.
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FromUS$147