If you like an atmospheric, historic hotel in the heart of an old downtown walking district filled with great galleries and restaurants, this is the hotel for you. The rooms are huge (our five year old loved having space to play) and have that early 1900s ambiance. We had a corner room with many windows that was delightful. While not highly decorated, it was very tasteful and relaxing. The beds were comfortable. We chose a room without a private bath (it was the only vacant room with two queen beds) but the bath was just outside our room and we never saw or heard anyone else using it. The room did have a sink. It was about half the price of rooms with private baths. There is no elevator and given the high ceilings, it is quite a climb up the stairs. The hotel is in a perfect location, with public parking behind the hotel, and it is right on the waterfront. We ate at the restaurant on the main floor which had great ambiance and good food and service. The hotel lobby has a small gallery of attractive Northwest Native American crafts. The owner is very personable. We were extremely satisfied with this hotel, but it's not for those that want a modern or recently refurbished hotel.