Hey, this is an old hotel, but they keep up with the painting and the regular replacement of the rugs, and the bathroom are nicely fitted out to 21st-century standards. Our double room was spacious, although that might have been partly due to the sparse furnishing (the room on our 2nd visit at the end of our trip was more-fully furnished, however). Otherwise, very clean and without the funky room or hallway smells that frequently accompany an "old" hotel. No air conditioning (although a small fan is provided) means that some of the city's night sounds might be heard through the open window and, if that happens to include the brief screaming of a very angry drunk, no biggie, right?. The young desk staff (or at this point in my life does much of the world seem "young"?) is responsive to tourists' questions, and check-in and check-out was a breeze.
Its primary amenity is that, if you're there to see Seattle, it's ALL right outside the door, including access to just about every city bus, and a 3-block walk to the Light Rail that takes you to the airport.
In short, I guess this is probably what guide books describe as one of those "European-style" hotels that provide clean and comfortable accommodations at an unbeatable price? If that's the case, I'll be a European every time I visit Seattle.
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