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Mediterranean Inn - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$161

Mediterranean Inn

425 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Good room for the price."
Rooms are a little small, but very clean. Good amenities. Staff very pleasant. Parking garage spaces very tight. Hotel has more charm than the average chain hotel. Best of all: price is very reasonable for downtown Seattle. 
Annie000 from Salem, Oregon
Set in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood, this hotel is 2 blocks from Seattle Center and 1 mile from Pike Place Market and …More
Motif Seattle - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$179

Motif Seattle

1415 5th Ave, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Nice hotel. Perfect location!!"
The hotel was nice; the staff was very friendly and I loved the ice water with fruit that was always out during the day in the lobby. The location could not have been in a more perfect location! You're within walking distance to the waterfront, high end shopping center, and Pike Place Market! If you don't mind a bit longer walk, it's also within walking distance of both stadiums! The rooms were just a bit small but very nice. The only reason I didn't give the hotel a higher rating is because the walls are thin. You can hear the people talking in the adjoining room.
Vicki11 from Dallas, TX
Located in the heart of Seattle, this hotel is within walking distance of 5th Avenue Theater, Pike Place Market, and …More
Sheraton Seattle Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$155

Sheraton Seattle Hotel

1400 6th Ave, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Great Location"
quite and spacious room with safe. would rent again. only thing we didn't like was that there was no room in the mini fridge to put my own drinks 
Diamondgirl419 from Tulare, CA
This 35-story hotel rises above Seattle's shopping and entertainment district, within two blocks of the Paramount and 5th …More
Pan Pacific Seattle - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars
$218

Pan Pacific Seattle

2125 Terry Avenue, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Fabulous service!"
We were pleased with every aspect of our stay!  We arrived VERY early (6:00 a.m.) on a red-eye flight.  We were apprehensive about the possibility of such an early-arrival check-in, but they never hesitated.  We were happily installed in our room 15 minutes later.  Unbelievable.
RobinH from Alaska
This Seattle hotel is situated above a Whole Foods Market on the edge of downtown, 4 blocks from downtown shopping, a half …More
Warwick Seattle Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars

Warwick Seattle Hotel

401 Lenora St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Good location"
Staff was always very helpfull ,great view of Needle from room ,happy hour very good, restaurant menu was very good ,good service all around. A couple of negatives there was construction across the street from our room and was very noisy at times .the room needed some repair -bathroom mostly. THE BIGGIE WAS WI-FI WAS NOT FREE ? As we explored the surrondings ,other hotels,restaurants, had it even in the lobby or bar. It was available ,but not there.
raininseattle0 from Florida
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Palladian, a Kimpton Hotel - Seattle Hotels

Palladian, a Kimpton Hotel

2000 Second Avenue, Seattle - Map
 
 
Located in the heart of Seattle, this property is within walking distance of Original Starbucks and Pike Place Market. Also …More
Hyatt At Olive 8 - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Hyatt At Olive 8

1635 8th Ave, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Staff and facility great; beds too soft"
Hotel is very nice and clean; the staff very helpful and pleasant. Location was convenient to shops, Pike Place, Monorail. FYI on parking: valet only onsite or can self-park @ Hyatt Grand (across street). Only real complaint is that the beds are too soft. We would stay here again. [Extra note: Booked last minute via Trivago. Be sure to doublecheck the offer as Trivago had it wrong (indicated "breakfast included" but it wasn't at the rate we booked).]
localtraveller from BC, Canada
This hotel is in downtown Seattle, a block from the Paramount Theatre, two blocks from Pacific Place shopping, and just over …More
Executive Hotel Pacific - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.0 Stars
$147

Executive Hotel Pacific

400 Spring St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"great location"
The room was a bit small, but was clean, bathroom was very tiny. They are under construction, so if you plan to be there during the day it can be a bit noisy, but they don't start real early and they stop by late afternoon. The parking is a problem. They do not have their own garage, so if you want to go in and out you get charged each time. We didn't find that out until we had already parked. So, we paid $23 for about 5 hours, then if we were to come back and park overnight it would have been another $26. To avoid that you can valet park for $32, and go in and out, but you would be tipping that would also add up. We found out parking on the street is free from 8p.m.-8a.m., so that is what we did and had not problem.
JeanQ from Decatur, Ga
Located in Seattle's financial district since 1928, Executive Hotel Pacific is a 5-minute walk from the waterfront. Guests …More
Grand Hyatt Seattle - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 4.0 Stars

Grand Hyatt Seattle

721 Pine St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Awesome Honeymoon!"
The Grand Hyatt is the place to stay in Seattle. It is located in the heart of downtown and is close to most of the major attractions. (walking distance) I would also recommend getting the Grand Club package as their breakfast was awesome.
SeattleJunkie from Cleveland, OH
This 30-story downtown Seattle hotel is two blocks from the upscale Pacific Place Mall and within seven blocks of cultural …More
The Paramount Hotel - Seattle Hotels
Rating: 3.5 Stars
$150

The Paramount Hotel

724 Pine St, Seattle - Map
 
 
"Perfect Tourist and Business Traveler Location"
The best part about the Paramount is its location - walking distance to West Lake Station transit tunnel (very easy to get around Seattle), monorail to Seattle Center, Pike Place Market and massive amounts of shopping.  Slightly longer uphill walk to Capital Hill, but doable.  Hotel lobby is tiny, but greeted each morning with coffee and friendly concierge.  Room was clean and simply decorated,  though a little small. Vanity area and bathroom were also on the smaller side.  In room refrigerator, but no mini bar and no complimentary bottled water in the room.  I do not recommend restaurant for breakfast, which is only meal I ate there.  Plenty of other walking distance options, including Top Pot Doughnuts.  Yum.  Overall I was very satisfied with my stay there.
hwolf from Asbury Park, NJ
This 11-story hotel is one block from the Paramount Theater, Pacific Place shops, or the Washington State Convention & Trade …More

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    Seattle, Washington Hotel Guide

    Youthful and cosmopolitan, Seattle-area hotels are reflections of the residents, providing travelers with stylish options in affordable price ranges. From the grand, downtown, Euro-styled hotels to the eclectic boutique inns and national chain options, Seattle’s hotel menu includes waterfront views, mountain ranges, cultural highlights, shopping, and culinary capstones.

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    The South Lake Union area, with its attraction to bright shiny things like the fabulous new streetcar system, is bustling with businesses, heavy on biotech, and home to Amazon. With a sharp focus on sustainability and a connected, central location close to nearly everything the city has to offer, it is a prime choice for a hotel stay in Seattle. Historic Queen Anne Hill to the west and professionally focused Capitol Hill to the east both nudge up against downtown, making a hotel stay in either a convenient choice for visiting the Public Market, the Space Needle, the University of Washington, and other central business district points of interest.

    Additional downtown Seattle neighborhoods along the waterfront, in Pioneer Square, Belltown, and the retail core are good choices for those seeking urban pursuits. From the epitome of five-star luxury, both historic and modern, to the affordable national chain options, the urban core of Seattle is thoroughly networked with public transit. King County Water Taxi, Sound Transit, Central Link Light Rail, Seattle Center Monorail, and South Lake Union Streetcar take visitors within footsteps of sports, shopping, cultural, business, and recreation destinations.

    Beautiful secluded options on the Olympic Peninsula, like Port Townsend or Port Angeles, yield access to Puget Sound, while locations to the east toward Redmond provide majestic views of the Cascade Mountains.

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