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Fairmont Olympic Hotel - Seattle
4.4/5116 Reviews

Fairmont Olympic Hotel - Seattle

Central Business District Seattle|0.99km from Museum of Museums

Latest booking 18 hrs ago

I was determined to book this hotel for our 20th wedding anniversary trip to Seattle, which is good, because frustrations with the All.com, fairmont.com websites and the Accor ALL app made it a challenge to actually do so. When I finally booked, I put a note on the booking that it was a very special occasion. We arrived by cab. While the four bellmen at the front did help unload the luggage, they also told us we seemed capable of carrying the bags in ourselves. I'm not sure if that's because we didn't arrive in an upscale SUV, or if the hotel just takes a passive approach to greeting guests. The underwhelming continued when we checked in, and I was asked what brought us to Seattle. I reiterated what was on the booking -- very special anniversary, chose to come to the Olympic Hotel to celebrate. ”Oh, congratulations. Elevators are behind you across the lobby.”. As a platinum member, a certain number of perks are granted. We arrived to a plate of bonbons and some fresh fruit. It's the fist hotel I've stayed at that actually did supply fitness gear (per Platinum perks), which was a nice surprise. I was less pleasantly surprised to find no mini-bar in the room, not even an empty fridge. I'd booked the Signature King Corner View, and it had what is likely one of the best views in the hotel. The room was nicely sized, with a desk, sitting chair and ottoman, and the king bed, with windows all around. The bed was super comfortable (as expected!). The bathroom was spacious, but in need of renovation -- at very least, to replace the old, tiny tub/shower and under-pressured, inferior shower fixtures, as well as the tile throughout. It was clean, or at least mostly, and while towels were showing some age, they were still fluffy. Amenities were a bit more limited than other properties, but we knew we could call down for extras if we needed to. Staff in hallways were friendly, and anything left in the hallway seemed to disappear quickly enough (ie room service trays and other detritus). Requests for amenities (pillows, coffee/tea replenishment) were met quickly and graciously. But... the door/bellmen were routinely disinterested -- the number of times we pushed through the main doors while they stood off to the side talking to one another was surprising. (Guests arriving in elegant dresses? Lots of help. In a shiny SUV or luxury car? Loads of reaction. But two 40-somethings dressed casually, but paying plenty to stay at the hotel? Not so much a glance or offer of help.) Housekeeping is rather annoyingly ”on demand only”, but we happily found our room had been serviced on our first day while we were out -- and when we called on subsequent days to request service, the response was gracious -- and the room was always done by the time we returned. Room service (breakfast one morning) was fast and delicious. Service in the lobby bar was friendly and the drinks were delicious. There are two restaurants -- The George and Shuckers -- and the lobby bar offers

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Staybridge Suites Seattle Downtown - Lake Union
4.2/5102 Reviews

Staybridge Suites Seattle Downtown - Lake Union

Seattle|1.87km from Museum of Museums
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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Hotel Sorrento
4.3/5102 Reviews

Hotel Sorrento

First Hill Seattle|0.46km from Museum of Museums
This is a charming place that is a throwback to its early 20th Century days, yet doesn't feel old. We had 4 rooms (3 with king beds & a 2-queen room) & the ante sitting room for the 2 queens was big enough for another shared suite! The king bed ante rooms weren't as large, but that could be due to location (corner rooms). The staff was helpful in coordinating our plans, gave us information on where to eat, transportation, places to go & warned us about the hills. They held our luggage until it was time to leave. We enjoyed getting drinks from the bar & sitting in the mostly original mahogany wood area that reminded me of a private members club, where captains of industry would sit by the fire in high backed chairs, smoking cigars & making deals. On Saturday evening, there was a small, all male jazz band & Sunday brunch was a 4 lady ensemble band (upright bass, accordion, guitar & violin) who provided some great background music. There was an issue with a window being stuck open slightly, but within minutes, the maintenance person came up & fixed it. It was chilly outside & the air conditioner had been turn on for the season (no heat), but they provided us with 2 standing heaters & that did the trick. The beds were comfortable, the shower pressure was good & didn't have to wait for warm water. If you're tall (over 5'9” / 170cm), the height of the shower head may be a bit low. Be aware that there is construction in the area at the time of this writing & that they're near a hospital, so you may hear some ambulance sirens, but they were infrequent & it didn't bother anyone in our party.

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Coast Seattle Downtown Hotel by APA
4/5109 Reviews
Central Business District
Really nice hotel with great city views. Staff was so friendly - everything in good repair. We got upgraded to executive level and that was an amazing treat. Room was cleaned without request - which was really appreciated.
Renaissance Seattle Hotel
4.6/5135 Reviews
Central Business District
The Renaissance Seattle Hotel is located at the foot of downtown, the gateway to the city’s restaurants, shopping and attractions. The property is clean and attractive with upscale finishes and an accommodating staff. The room was well laid out, and the bed was comfortable. The bathroom was small but quite usable. The location near I-5 notwithstanding, the room was quiet and peaceful. Breakfast food was of high quality and served in a bright, inviting space with good service. I did notice a gratuity of 20% already had been added and suspect some people unwittingly pay 2 tips.
Crowne Plaza Seattle, an IHG Hotel with No Resort Fee
4.4/5111 Reviews
Central Business District
The location is very good, walking distance to the majority of tourist sites in the city. Check-in was fast and efficient. The room was a very good size and very clean, but felt a bit dated. Housekeeping on request only, which seems to be becoming the standard in the US these days.
The Inn at Virginia Mason
3.6/5102 Reviews
First Hill
My wife booked our stay at the Inn as a jumping off point for our Alaska cruise. In hindsight, I should have overruled her decision. The Inn does have a lot of history and the concierge told us it dated back to 1928. At one time, it appears to have been a hospital and the layout of the rooms reflect that. There is NO air conditioning, NO bar and NO restaurant. There is a small coffee pot in the room and they gladly provide you with a packet for one serving of coffee. The bed was confortable and everything was clean, but the property is dated and in need of refresh. Were I to describe the inn, I would simply say she is a penniless dowager far past her prime. My recommendation is stay elsewhere.
Hotel Sorrento
4.3/5102 Reviews
First Hill
This is a charming place that is a throwback to its early 20th Century days, yet doesn't feel old. We had 4 rooms (3 with king beds & a 2-queen room) & the ante sitting room for the 2 queens was big enough for another shared suite! The king bed ante rooms weren't as large, but that could be due to location (corner rooms). The staff was helpful in coordinating our plans, gave us information on where to eat, transportation, places to go & warned us about the hills. They held our luggage until it was time to leave. We enjoyed getting drinks from the bar & sitting in the mostly original mahogany wood area that reminded me of a private members club, where captains of industry would sit by the fire in high backed chairs, smoking cigars & making deals. On Saturday evening, there was a small, all male jazz band & Sunday brunch was a 4 lady ensemble band (upright bass, accordion, guitar & violin) who provided some great background music. There was an issue with a window being stuck open slightly, but within minutes, the maintenance person came up & fixed it. It was chilly outside & the air conditioner had been turn on for the season (no heat), but they provided us with 2 standing heaters & that did the trick. The beds were comfortable, the shower pressure was good & didn't have to wait for warm water. If you're tall (over 5'9” / 170cm), the height of the shower head may be a bit low. Be aware that there is construction in the area at the time of this writing & that they're near a hospital, so you may hear some ambulance sirens, but they were infrequent & it didn't bother anyone in our party.
Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle
4.2/5100 Reviews
Central Business District
This is my fourth stay at this hotel with my wife or friends. This last visit was after the renovations in the reception area. It rained four out of the five days on this trip. The sunshine in all of this was the hotel staff and especiallyMikala T. She welcomed my buddy and I with a big smile and sent a bottle of red wine to the room when she knew I was a vet and it was just before the 11th. (67-69). The room was spotless and comfortable with a view of the federal courthouse. The wine our was great and enjoyable by the fireplace watching the rain fall! I will stay there on my next visit with family or friends.

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