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A great central location and part of Seattle's rich ethnic history, Asian and especially Japanese immigrants. Great ambiance and individual rooms. Not for those who like cookie cutter hotels which are all same same. I found sharing a bathroom more challenging than I expected. Breakfast...More
The hotel is located in the international district of Downtown Seattle close to Pioneer Square. Each room reflects the original style of when it was built. The owner, Jan Johnson, has saved and refurbished the original bed frames, furniture and architecture that was based on...More
Stay in a living, breathing time capsule & slice of history. This experience is the real deal & unforgettable....5 mins walk to king street Amtrak station for my early train. Shared facilities basic yet clean. Lovely old bed, furnishings & features - it felt...More
This is a really old/historic hotel, so keep that in mind. It was as expected. Comfortable rooms, extremely comfortable bed. I was worried about sharing a bathroom, but it did not become a problem. Bathroom was always available for me. The breakfast was quaint and...More
I choose this hotel for its location to the Amtrack station and for that it was hard to beat. We had a late in, no problems and an early out; again no problems.
The concierge that met us at the hotel was helpful in providing...More