The only thing going for it relative to other hotels in the area is price. Bus service is good an there is a lot that is within walking distance, so if you don't have a car, it works. If you do have a car, be prepared to pull out some bills, but it's the same at the big hotels downtown. There is no a/c, so you have to decide if fresh air is worth keeping the window open and getting the full street noise as opposed to partial. I was surprised at the amount of noise when the window was closed. Not well insulated. The bathroom door was not hung properly, so it was awkward to close. The mattress was okay, the pillows were balloonish and the bedding was on the rough side. We were woken up a little after 5AM by the elephant in room above us.
In the future I'll stick with getting a room in a B&B on Capitol Hill. The accomodations are better and when you add in parking a meal, less expensive.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- We offer beautiful guestrooms in a fantastic central location. We're located within easy walking distance of the historic Pike's Public Market, the Space Needle and Seattle Center grounds (including the Opera House, Key Arena, the EMP and Sci-Fi museum, Pacific Science Center and more), the Symphony Hall, the Convention Center, two major malls, the cruise ship terminals and central waterfront, and so much more. Our lovely guest rooms include beautiful, crisp linens, spacious work desks, and kitchenettes. ... more less
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- Belltown Hotel Seattle