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The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel
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Reviewed 14 October 2013

Stayed at the Edgewater hotel 10/10/2013-10/13/2013 for a wedding (off-site – not located at the Edgewater). We were in a Waterfront junior suite. This room had a king size bed and balcony containing 2 chairs and a table. The bathroom was what seems to be standard - glass bowl sink, stone-floor rain shower (no claw-foot tub in this one). There was a desk, dresser, flat-screen TV, mini-bar that was well stocked with different beers (stella, Alaskan Amber and bud light), sodas, mixers and liquor. The room also had a couple of chairs, gas fireplace and decent size closet - so plenty of seating and storage for luggage and such. So all-in-all it has what most hotels have these days. The positives: 1) obviously the view is amazing. The balcony is literally perched over the water and you can see as much of the peninsula and Olympic mountains as the weather allows. It was nice to open the sliding door and smell the salt air. 2) The shower was great - I love the rain shower-head. 3) The soaps (Lather brand which I've seen recently at Hyatt hotel chains) are very nice with a clean scent - nothing too perfumed or masculine. 4) The bed was firm and comfortable for me - but I don't care for super soft, squishy mattresses. The negatives: 1) no wifi. I'm not sure how any hotel gets away with this these days - even if there is a charge, there needs to be at least an OPTION of wifi. 2) feather pillows had seen way too many uses. They were flat and nearly useless - even using 2 at a time did not help. 3) the walls were paper-thin. Not only between rooms, but being able to hear people having normal conversation from the hallway was bothersome. 4) aside from the bathroom, the hotels carpet, paint, trim, doors, furniture, and linens could use updating. All of the things I just mentioned showed considerable wear - nicks, fading, threadbare, spots. 5) the price. While having the hotel actually ON the water is not possible with any other hotel downtown, I didn't find it to be worth the more than $300/night. 6) front-desk/doormen did not offer assistance to the room when we arrived. Also notable (though not a negative because it's not the fault of the hotel), having a waterfront room means seagulls. I realize this is likely unavoidable considering the hotel location, but just be aware that they are always right outside the balcony door and usually loud. Another thing to consider - as we were with a wedding party, other couples noted that the city-side rooms included train noise throughout the night (the tracks are across the street from the hotel). While I'm from Seattle and the following things aren't necessarily positives or negatives to me, I will note that the hotel is a very short walk to the waterfront sculpture park and next door to one of the cruise ship terminals (Bell Harbor). Seattle Center is a decent (10-20 min) walk up hill, as is pike place market. Cabs and town cars are easily accessible - the hotel also have a flat-rate town car service to the airport for $40. The hotel is valet only parking at $38/night plus tax. There is a parking garage a block or 2 away as well as hourly street parking - although both street and garage parking are a decent walk if you have luggage. All-in-all, I wouldn't stay here again. The view does not compensate for the other things that are lacking, and the price just isn't worth the view.

  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Troy B, Manager at The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 20 October 2013

Thanks for being our guest and for reaching out to share your Edgewater experience with us. It's always a pleasure to be able to host local visitors, and we're glad to hear that many elements of our property were enjoyable to your stay. With that, we're sorry to hear of the shortcomings with your respective room, and we'd welcome the opportunity to be able to showcase some of those that might be better suited to your preferences. Additionally, we think you'll be pleased with our ongoing renovations in your prospective visits ahead. Please be sure to reach out the next time you need an escape or inviting "staycation"; we'd love the opportunity to host you again. Many thanks again for your time and review.

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Reviewed 13 October 2013

My husband and I have stayed at the Edgewater six or seven times (oops, no pun intended) but sadly this year we were unable to stay there as the site only projects availability for the next three months. We did manage to go for lunch which was as good as ever and afterwards went to browse through the lovely gift shop.The hotel never fails to impress and the view over the Puget Sound is simply amazing.The decor follows the North Western theme and works really well. Hopefully we will be luckier next year, we will certainly try to stay here again.

Room Tip: waterside is amazing
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Troy B, Manager at The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 14 October 2013

Thanks for being a loyal guest of our property, and we're so happy to hear you review your experiences with such acclaim--we also love your playful pun! Whether you're visiting for an overnight or taking in a meal at Six Seven Restaurant, we strive to create incomparable visit, each and every time, and we're thrilled to hear that our team continues to outdo themselves. We hope that you'll return to the region soon and reach out to us again. Many thanks for your loyalty and review; we'd love to see more of you soon!

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Reviewed 12 October 2013

We stayed here a year ago but as a new reviewer to Trip Advisor, I felt compelled to rate this property. We live in Washington and stayed here on two occasions while hosting friends who were visiting prior to Alaska cruise departures. We had a room upgrade, waterfront view. Yes a cruise ship was docked when we arrived which is a view in itself, but departed late afternoon. The nighttime view of Puget Sound was lovely! The room was clean, spacious and comfortable. Friends who were staying here also had very positive experiences. The restaurant on site is outstanding! Pricy but try and find a better value downtown Seattle. Every seat has an awesome view and the food is outstanding. Few restaurants in Seattle have both a great view and excellent food. Their lunch menu is one of the best bargains in the city. A premier downtown location and wonderful hotel.

Room Tip: Pricy but excellent location, one of the best restaurants in the city. Get a waterfront room.
  • Stayed: May 2013, travelled as a couple
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Troy B, Manager at The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 13 October 2013

Thanks for thinking of us and for reaching out to share such glowing words of your Edgewater experiences. It's an absolute pleasure to be able to share our incomparable views and services with you, and we hope that you'll continue visiting and savoring the seasonal flavors of Six Seven Restaurant. Thanks again for being our loyal guest and advocate; we look forward to seeing more of you in visits to come!

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Reviewed 11 October 2013

Amazing view, waterside, very friendly staff, superb food. We enjoyed both a great dinner in the dining room and excellent room service twice. Location is good to other must enjoy Seattle offerings. A few minor maintenance issues in the room but did not detract from the over all experience. Would recommend and will rebook on our next Seattle trip.

Room Tip: Waterside rooms are a must, it makes the stay.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled as a couple
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Troy B, Manager at The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 13 October 2013

Thanks for being our guest and for reaching out with such exceptional feedback of your Edgewater stay. It's a pleasure to be able to share our attentive hospitality with you, and we're glad to hear that our team and services lent to an enjoyable visit. We look forward to hosting you again in your travels to come, and thanks again for your stay and review!

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Reviewed 9 October 2013

This is a great hotel and the view is exceptional. We booked a waterfront double double room which was roomy enough for two. I love that the windows opened so I could get fresh air. I believe some rooms may have balconies which is always a plus. The fireplace is a nice touch especially on a cool evening. The location is great, close to many restaraunts and if you don't feel like walking, the Edgewater provides a shuttle service that takes you pretty much to where you want to go within a 1 mile radius which covers all the places you must visit. Pikes Place is a short walk but the Space Needle was farther than we cared to walk so we took the shuttle. The only negative is that they don't have travel size amenities ie: shampoo, soap etc. Might be cost effective for them to just refill the bottles but not sure if they are cleaned after each guest. I found someone else's hair on the body wash which grossed me out. I left a note for the maid and she did clean it. I prefer the travel sizes. Other than that, our room was clean.

Room Tip: Waterfront or waterview is a good choice
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with family
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Troy B, Manager at The Edgewater, A Noble House Hotel, responded to this reviewResponded 11 October 2013

Thanks for being our guest and for taking the time to share your experience with us. We're thrilled to hear that our centrality and transportation services lent ease to your regional explorations, and we hope to share more of it with you in travels to come. We will also readdress your housekeeping concerns with our team, but we do hope you enjoyed the Lather products we make available to each of our guests; their quality is truly unrivaled.

Thanks again for being a guest of The Edgewater and for sharing your voice; we look forward to hearing more of it and hosting you again down the road.

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