it's OLD! It's a historic 'Bed & Breakfast', built in 1910. Their ad: "Experience the romance of a simpler time." Ok, I liked the charming antique furniture and lace curtains in the room but you really have to enjoy "old" to like the creaky steps (and many of them to climb to get to the check-in office), the creaky windows, squeaky hot/cold faucets in the tiny sink in the room, old (not firm) mattress, bathroom and shower room outside your room and down the hall, and no phone in the room. But...they do have wi-fi! haha I also liked the continental breakfast included (nice pastry and coffees) in the little cafe next door.
Regarding the bathroom outside the room: The hotel was built by the first Japanese-American architect in Seattle, Sabro Ozasa, and contains the last remaining Japanese bathhouse in the United States. I paid $114.44 for the night, not bad for being in Washington's International District, a good location.
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