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Best Western Loyal Inn in Seattle, WA

Best Western Loyal Inn in Seattle, WA

Specialties

As soon as you arrive at the Best Western Loyal Inn, our exceptional customer service team and comfortable accommodations will greet you. Once inside your spacious non-smoking room, you'll find all the comforts of home, including a 32-inch flat screen television, microwave and refrigerator. Eco-Friendly rooms are also available. Additional amenities at this Seattle hotel include a complimentary deluxe continental breakfast buffet each morning, relaxing spa, on-site exercise facility and a 24-hour business center. We offer guest parking for a nominal fee of only $10.00 per night plus applicable taxes.

The best of the city awaits you just outside this hotel in Seattle. From exploring famed Pike Place Market to marveling at the Space Needle® while visiting Seattle Center to catching a Seattle Seahawks or Seattle Mariners game. Everything you want to do and see in Seattle is just minutes away. While in town, try to catch one of the many annual festivals, including the Bumbershoot® and Northwest Folklife Festivals and don't forget Seattle's annual Seafair celebration. The Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, Seattle Cancer Alliance, Swedish Hospital, Virginia Mason, Lake Union, University of Washington and Seattle University are also nearby. Be sure to explore the variety of unique shops, restaurants and entertainment venues in downtown Seattle.

Business guests will also enjoy this Seattle Best Western's close proximity to local businesses, hospitals/medical companies and cor

History

Established in 1979.

Each well-appointed, non-smoking room features free high-speed Internet, free long distance access and all the standard amenities that make guests feel at home, including cable television. King size beds and other upgraded amenities such as microwave and refrigerator are available in all guest rooms. Other hotel amenities include complimentary breakfast buffet featuring Belgium waffles, updated sauna room, spa, exercise facility and business services. This hotel has eco-friendly rooms available.

A friendly staff is ready to ensure a comfortable and memorable stay in Seattle. Make an on-line reservation today and save at the Best Western Loyal Inn hotel! We offer parking for only $10.00 per night. A valid credit card is required at check-in.

 

Company Info:

Rating: 3.42

Address: 2301 8th Ave, Seattle, WA, 98121
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Comments (38):

1. Thomas B.
We stayed in a vast dark room with decidedly dated decor. It was clean though. The bathroom had twin sinks and a bizarre moulded shower / bath unit - the shower nozzle looked impressive but disappointed in action. The local neighbourhood was a bit sketchy but downtown within walking distance.

Not bad for a smidge over $120 per night, but not the best Best Western I've stayed in.

29/08/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
2. Calvin L.
Ok location but in that you can walk to Pike's Market but there are plenty of homeless living in the park across the street. It is close to a Whole Foods, McDonald's etc... but it is still a good mile's walk to Pike's Market and there isn't that much to do besides going there.

Its definitely a motor lodge and not as nice as some other Best Western's I've been too (Grand Canyon for instance). Everything is clean and tidy but does Best Western no longer provide a toothbrush and toothpaste? The AC unit is noisy and the walls are thin.

Breakfast was good with hard boiled eggs, make your own waffles, yogurt, OJ, bagels, etc...

We picked it because it was the most reasonably cheap hotel in the downtown area. Now, that I've been to Seattle 4 times, I think that the next time I go, it would be a better value to stay elsewhere since downtown doesn't hold that much attraction to me.

21/09/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
3. Cindy T.
Yes the place is a bit old, but the staff was great. the room was always clean when I came back. Breakfast was great for a little hotel like this. The jacuzzi area was cozy. Everything went off without a hitch, I have no complaints.

04/11/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
4. Grant K.
Great value for the money! Centrally located, free breakfast (the Belgian waffles awesome). Check in late afternoon and get freshly baked cookies. Free wireless. They have a hot tub but I didn't try it but the wet people in the elevator said it was pretty big. I stayed there twice, first time it was $89 second $90 something. Nice people. Cabs are always around if you need a ride. Restaurant across the street.

19/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Nicole P.
I stayed here thanks to a steal on Priceline. I was a little hestiant about the reviews since there were concerns about the homeless but you're in the downtown of a major city. There's going to be a few homeless, I wasn't stepping over them at every turn so it wasn't that bad.

The room I had was clean and fine for crashing. I liked the fact they had a fridge and microwave in my room. Also, location's great for the Space Needle and if you don't feel sure about walking to the Pike's area, there's a cheap monorail at the Space Needle that goes downtown (about a 10 minute walk).

Be warned the staff have next to no knowledge about the area (at least the guy who checked me in didn't). I'm sorry, but if you work with tourists, it's good to have basic knowledge of the lay of the land.

If I got the deal I did on Priceline, I'd stay again...otherwise I'd stay elsewhere.

02/08/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
6. Mie-Mie A.
I give this place 4 stars.  My husband and I stayed here during our first trip to Seattle in late April 2013 for 2 nights.  It was the best deal I found online for about $112ish a night with parking.  The rooms and the bed's are clean, bathroom clean as well.  It's in a wonderful location, no problem with parking.  The continental breakfast in the morning was good as well... everything is first come first serve so if you get there at 10am you get the leftovers but hey it's free so no complaints!  My husband and I rented a car because we wanted to come and go as we please but the hotel is within walking distance from the space needle. We used the rental to go to Pike Place Market and other sites we wanted to visit.  Justin at the from desk is very helpful, he's a good person to ask if you have any tourist questions.  I would defiantly stay here again because of the good price, location, free Wi-Fi, and everything is clean.  Room 207 has a great view of the space needle.

06/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
7. Michael B.
Stayed here for a weekend while visiting a friend in the area. The room itself was average. The covers/blankets were a bit thin which warranted turning on the heater. It may just be me but the room did not seem well insulated. It always felt cold in there. By the way there is no central heating or air conditioning so you're stuck with the noisy wall air conditioner/heater. There was a refrigerator and microwave in the room so that's nice touch. This hotel is within striking distance of the Seattle Center (about a 5-10 minute walk) which is definitely a plus. Decent price for an average hotel.

19/11/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
8. Peni Soo G.
Great value, and the service was excellent.  I stayed here last February because I was, on my own dime, attending a conference at one of the very pricey downtown hotels.

The conference was close enough to walk, but long enough to provide much needed exercise around sitting all day; and there were some interesting shop windows to peruse on the way.  (The walk was in the opposite direction of the park with the questionable denizens.  One evening there was a person (in the distance) whose behavior caused me to strategically cross to the other side of the street, but the police must have been tracking him because they pulled up a couple of minutes later and took care of him.)  Public transportation was another option with the Monorail stopping nearby.

One reason for selecting this hotel was the refrigerator and microwave in the room.  With a Whole Foods just around the corner, I was able to cater to my foodie, vegetarian, locavore tastes much more cost-effectively and healthfully than by eating out.

The room was clean, the bed comfortable, and the Internet and TV service functional.

And finally, the biggest plus about my stay: a few weeks after my stay, I discovered that American Airlines had expired a very large number of my frequent flier miles because I hadn't flown American in the previous year.  (American's notification system left something to be desired, but that's another story.)  Turns out that Best Western is an American partner, and that the no-cost way to un-expire my miles was for the manager at the Best Western Loyal Inn to retroactively link my stay to American.  The manager very kindly, and with a minimum of fuss, credited my account.  So what was a four-star experience went to five-stars.

29/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Randy A.
Update: Facility has been remodeled and is still clean and comfortable. Downside is prices have significantly increased. That said it Seattle, and even at the new prices it is still a fair deal.

11/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Lael H.
The Loyal Inn is basically a fairly priced, gracefully aging roadway inn.

High Points:
-24 hour hot tub
-chill desk guys
-parking is free from 6pm-7am on the street directly in front (or park in their lot for $10 a day, cheap for downtown)
-decent free breakfast
-very close to the Space Needle

Low Points:
-Noise from the hallway travels
-the one elevator is barely functional
-the neighborhood is extremely shady after dark

Tip: The visitors kiosk at the convention center has these free hotel coupon books called "Room Saver"... included is a coupon good for a walk in rate of $79.99, a great deal for anything so close to the space needle!

23/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Peter B.
We chose the Best Western Loyal Inn for my daughter's wedding. We reserved 12 rooms for the wedding party guests including family from the Philippines, Arizona, Boston and New York.

The hotel was conveniently located to the Seattle Center-home of the Space Needle, The Center for Wooden Boats on Lake Union-the wedding venue and close to downtown.

We were upgraded to a suite without our knowledge but were very grateful as our room provided a great meeting and congregating room for family and friends. The staff went out of their way to ensure that everything was perfect for my daughter and guests and even put little extra amenities like fresh sunflowers, nibblies, waters and cookies-even a Congratulations balloon for my daughter's stay.

The facility was clean and the staff was organized, efficient , gracious and accommodating. I recommend this Best Western wholeheartedly. They have two other properties in Seattle and I will assume they are equally great.

Two key staff members who went above and beyond in taking care of our party were Samantha Young and Kelly Sheehan.

30/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
12. Karen K.
The service was barely existent. The breakfast Was mediocre. My husband had to insist they bring a coffee machine from an empty room when the one in the breakfast room was broke and removed. They couldn't find an outlet for it and he then had to figure that out for them. We've traveled the world and I would rate our experience as one of the least customer service oriented I've had to date. I would never send a friend here. We should have kept looking for a good hotel in Seattle.
The hotel is on the shabby side.

02/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
13. Gary Royale T.
So this place looked awesome on paper, but not so much once we got into the doors and started doing our thing. Not sure if its the Seatown uber-conservative/ anti-raging attitude, but my buddies and I got the boot from this place at 3AM in the freaking morning.

Anyway, lets trace back the events that unfolded that led to this unfortunate stay. When we first booked this spot, we did it because the location was central to the places we will be partying at and its a walk away from the space needle. I gotta give a shout out to all the hot go go dancers at Trinity (Samantha, I know you are reading this.. that night was epic!). Also another perk is that right around the corner you will find a liquor store. For those that are planning a trip to cross the border, it was an essential shopping stop.

So lets review the total of 4 hours that we spent at this shithole. We get back from the club having a great old time and being from Cali and regularly raging in Vegas, we dont shut it down at 2am. Theres a thing called the after party and it usually takes place at the hotel you are staying. Little that we know that this place was more anti rage then a hostel in Vatican City.  Once we got into the room we start popping bottles and drinks were flowing. Mr C, Mike B and I thought it would be a brilliant idea to try out the sauna at this place and continue the raging down there.  You see, we were actually being considerate by not raging in the room areas because we knew people "might" be sleeping.

The troubles start as we walk out of our door with the boombox back pack. So for some reason we decided to take a long time walking down the hallway and shuffle for a minute, and right away we hear some asshole yell "SHUT THE FUCK UP". We were like whatevers about it, made our way downstairs to the sauna. So once we got there, started setting up shop with the boom box. I think I even manage to get a warm dip in my swim trunks which was fairly nice... for a MINUTE until fat ass Samoan security guy decided to kick down the doors to the sauna and kick us the fuck out.

Security: "YO, you guys gotta leave!"
Mr Shah: "What the fuck man, we are just chilling right here.. "
Security: "No man, we got a complaint already.. you and your friends are OUT of here.. "

So we leave peacefully and for some reason the dickwad was following us still..
Mr C: "Why are you following us asshole??"
Security: "You guys are getting kicked out of the hotel!"
Mr C: "Fuck you man! You can't kick us out. We are going to sleep"

The cock smoker security sure enough follows us to our room and posts up right there. We hear him yell "The COPS are on their way"
Whatever, I went to bed and knocked out for another minute. Sure enough loud knocks on the door, "Its the police, you guys have to leave this place.. NOW!"

FML! So we open the door. Mr C tries the military ID tactic to no avail. The assclown Seattle PD even says that don't even try that military bullshit, it won't work. Well fuck you then, we are leaving! So we all ended up packing up in the middle of the night.  We were put on to the streets at 3am in the blistering cold of Seatown. It was a lesson learned that people don't rage in Seatown, security and police are assholes. The only thing we were thankful for was that we still had a great buzz going from our limited after party.

Yes, fuck this place for real.

30/11/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
14. Ahren S.
Convenient is the big word here. Right in the center of town, making all of the main sights an easy walk. Seattle Center (Space Needle, EMP Museum etc.), Pike Place Market, and the waterfront are all just a stroll away, not to mention dining and nightlife. The room was great. Not huge, but the beds were comfortable, there was a mini-fridge, a microwave, and a big TV. Being in the heart of downtown means there's going to be some traffic noise, but I don't blame the hotel for that. I was very impressed with the complimentary breakfast. The dining room was crowded but we managed to find seats. There were scrambled eggs, muffins, bagels, toast, a waffle maker, cereals, oatmeal, yogurt, and standard drinks. For a budget hotel I was expecting a lot less! The staff was incredibly friendly and helpful. Something came up and we had to leave a day early, and the Assistant Manager went out of her way to see that the agency that we booked with gave us a refund for the last night of our booking. This is one of the cheapest hotels in downtown Seattle and I can't imagine finding something better for the money.

27/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. Michelle F.
I wish we can give half stars b/c I'd give this place a 3.5ish. The staff were very friendly here & they gave us the option to have a 1st or 2nd floor room. We ended up getting a room right across the 24-hot tub which was nice. I wish I brought some swimwear so I could have used the hot tub.

There are not a lot of parking spots, so if you get there late, you may have to park in the back or on the street. When you park here don't forget to put your parking pass from the hotel. We forgot to put it out one night & we found a ticket on our car. Luckily, the front desk staff was kind enough to take it & cancel it when we showed our parking permit.

The rooms are decent. It's not a 5-star hotel, but it's good enough for sleeping & storing your stuff. It's nice that there's a fridge in the room. =) The heater was a bit loud, so we had to turn it off in the middle of the night. They have free wi-fi, but you have to get a code from the front desk. They also change the code every few days, so if your code doesn't work - just ask them for the new password.

The location is okay. I really wanted to stay closer to downtown & near Pikes, but for the price, this place was good enough.

01/05/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
16. Kaysee T.
Decided to stay here because of the prices - it was definitely the cheapest we could find in the downtown area, and pretty comparable to some that we were looking at that we would have had to drive into the city. For the price, I'd say it's definitely above average. Rooms were comfortable and had enough space, although nothing super fancy. The lights were kind of weird - there were only two lamps for the entire room, which meant it was a little dark if you were spending a lot of time in the room, but luckily we were out most of the day/night and really only here to sleep, so it wasn't a big deal. They offer a pretty good complimentary breakfast with a nice variety of options.

Only major downside is that parking is not included in the price of the room, which definitely wasn't really made clear when we booked the room. They charged $10 per night which isn't horrible, but I would have appreciated some kind of warning or indication that there would be that extra charge. Free WiFi was a little slow at times, but not the worst I've encountered and hey, it's free.

Otherwise, everything was clean, staff was friendly, and rooms were very comfortable, so can't complain!

06/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
17. Marisa P.
The location was this hotel's only redeeming quality. For that, it was great. A five minute walk to the Space Needle, EMP museum and Chihuly and a fifteen minute walk to Pike Place Market. But other than that, the hotel was not good. You cannot check in until 4 p.m., despite the fact that check out is at 11 a.m. It takes them 5 hours to clean the rooms? They say that if a room is ready they will let you in, but none were even ready until 3:15. This wouldn't even be so bad if the Assistant Manager, Josh, was nice about it or had any idea what service meant. Instead, he had a smarmy attitude about the whole situation and basically said he couldn't care less if we decided not to stay at his hotel. The rooms were only mostly clean, even after 5 hours. The noise at night made it very hard to sleep. The walls and ceilings are paper thin (and we were next to a storage/maids' closet), as well as the sirens that sound all through the night. Had this hotel been super cheap, again, I'd understand. But it was comparable to a lot of other hotels in the Seattle area, which seemed nicer. If you are going to be in your room as little as possible, are a heavy sleeper and want a good location, then this hotel would be fine. Otherwise, pass.

03/11/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
18. K K.
Cheap, affordable, safe, clean, centralized, accessible, friendly and free breakfast.

16/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
19. Ali L.
Nice hotel within walking distance of the Space Needle and EMP Museum.  We did walk to Pike Market as well but ended up getting a taxi back. Room was clean staff is friendly.  They do need to update their business center and some of the things around but wasn't bad.  You do have to pay to park.

25/04/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
20. J W.
We were looking for a clean, safe & nice hotel in downtown Seattle. What I liked: the location (within walking to space needle & restaurants), the bed was clean & pretty comfy, and the fact that they have breakfast available until 10am. What I didn't like: the pictures do not reflect how old the hotel is (lobby & rooms just ok looking but clean), the immediate neighborhood is scruffy but we were ok walking...not as quaint & nice as other neighborhoods, & the breakfast mostly included carbs. I gave it 4 stars because my daughter gives it a 5 & I give it a 3. It was expensive for what we got but compared to other hotels in downtown, it was reasonable. I rec the Shuttle Express for flight transportation & there is a Budget Rental just one block away...very convenient if you need a car!

08/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
21. Nicholas N.
After having the worst customer service experience at The Belltown Inn, we decided to book a weekend stay at the Best Western Loyal Inn. Upon arrival at the Front Desk, Maria (the Assistant Manager) greeted us with an amazing smile and outstanding customer service. We described the service we recieved at the other hotel and Maria when above and beyond to ensure that my first stay in Seattle would be a great one. Not only did Maria give us the best possible rate, she advised me to sign up for Best Western Rewards to get another 10% off the price. The price before the discount was actually cheaper and include parking than what we were quoted at the other hotel.
The stay was amazing, the room was fantastic, free breakfast was very fulfilling and the location to the Space Needle, Downtown, Belltown and Capitol Hill was a great walking distance away.
Maria's customer service was amazing, we could not stop talking about how her actions made a terrible welcome an amazing stay in Seattle. We will be back each time we stay in Seattle now.

Thanks Maria!!!

30/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Cindy L.
This is seriously one of THE most nicest hotels I've ever been to. My sister works at the front desk and I've been in and out a few times. The service is wonderful and everyone is extremely nice and friendly. There's free coffee, juice, etc. The food here is extremely good too. The waiting room has amazing decor  and the fireplace is beautiful too. This hotel is in the heart if Seattle and has the perfect view of the Space Needle. Also, there is free wifi which makes this place 10x better! The prices are reasonable and the comfort level will most def meet your standards. I do recommend you stopping here if you need a nice comfy room with great service.

07/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
23. DC S.
We travel across the country every summer and have come to only use Best Westerns, so this is rated against the BW chain as well as a hotel in general.

Room was a bit small but okay.  Had an issue with a high whining sound in our room when room upstairs used water--told the front desk and I'm sure they will have it fixed for next guest.

Best value, parking in their ample lot for only $10 per day in Seattle.

The location is fantastic, a short walk to Space Needle, 2nd Avenue restaurants, etc.

09/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
24. Andrea D.
I have stayed here twice with my sister. Both times we booked a room under the AAE hostel which has much cheaper rates but you stay at this Best Western. This hotel's location is perfect..you are close to the Space Needle and I5, and walking distance to several tourist attractions and downtown. The two of us felt safe at night to walk around the neighborhood, maybe carry some pepper spray if you are unsure. For the hostel price, the room and hotel amenities are fabulous. Mini fridge, coffeepot, and mini safe in room are greatly appreciated! Free deluxe continental breakfast in the mornings is wonderful too! There is a lot of parking for a small fee. The only negative thing we experienced is that we could hear the people above us, so I would recommend a second floor room if possible. Strongly recommend this hotel!

14/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
25. Christal P.
This place is rather convenient in that you can walk pretty much anywhere from it. The rooms are RIDICULOUSLY small. Not as bad as hotel max, but small none the less. The place is rather old looking/feeling. The staff are great. I did have an issue though. My hotel stay for one night was not able to be canceled, well it could but I'd lose the money. I was in Leavenworth on the first night of when I was supposed to stay at the hotel and called to see if I could check in over the phone or just not show up and eat the money of that night... Neither could be done. If I didn't check in that night, in person, my reservation would be lost (5 day reservation). So I had to drive from Leavenworth and check in at 1 AM. I feel like there is something that could have been done..
Oh well. Very comfortable beds though, even if they are small.

18/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
26. Schuyler D.
Best Western Loyal. Not that loyal at all, in fact they will try to arrest your guest at all cost. They won't let you sit in the lobby to wait for friends since they have the key, and make you wait outside in the cold and rain. Don't try to talk in your room because they will catch u come to your room and tell you your loud so you have to whisper. There "clean remote" is extremely dirty and watch out for the yellow stained sheets no lie.Next to the space needle! Run by a bunch of space heads... Please come again

18/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
27. Matthew D.
Arrived at this hotel with a small group and from the get go was unimpressed. The quality is whats you would expect with an older hotel. Small dated rooms that are only surface cleaned. What made this a horrible experience was the service, unfriendly front desk assistant and downright disrespectful night manager. My girlfriend and I were awoken at 3am because someone had a noise complaint from our floor, yet the front desk had no idea which room. We were told to be quiet or we would be asked to leave despite having been asleep for near 3 HOURS! Even after discussing this the front desk insisted we would be kicked out if they had another complaint. Had it not been the middle of the night we would have transferred to a different hotel. Maybe its time to see a doctor if my snoring is causing noise complaints... thanks Best Western I'll get that checked out.

26/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
28. Mitchel D.
Disgusting, wrong room type, broken appliances and the faucet was coming off the wall. Customer service staff were no help.

Girlfriend and I are forced to sleep on separate beds due to a "flood" but not a soul attempted to call to tell us about it the reservation. Unacceptable.

05/11/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
29. Colm M.
Great hostel. Rooms were amazing, service was amazing, location was amazing, breakfast was amazing, staff are super friendly, free printing and computer service, great WiFi, shitter had a powerful flush, basketball court nearby, excellent facilities, vending machines well stocked and on each floor, big TV, fridge, microwave and coffee making facilities, near a McDonalds.

Couldn't have been better.

14/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. Kim K.
If you're looking for something fancy or a bit more modern...or just with a general update, keep looking. While the hotel isn't falling apart, it could use a serious upgrade. The pros for this hotel: polite staff, parking (not too expensive) and good location. If you're looking for a downtown Seattle hotel to simply rest your head, then this hotel is fine, but if you're looking for a hotel that doesn't feel like the last renovation was 20 years ago, this probably isn't the place.

26/09/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
31. Ben D.
I just read another review that mentioned over-zealous security guards, and wanted to add that I just had the same experience.

A few of my friends came in from out of town and renting a couple rooms in this hotel. I dropped by to meet them, and found out they weren't in the rooms. Probably at a club or bar. I decided to use the restroom and then head out.

Enter rent-a-cop. After asking what room(s) I was with, he lets me into the bathrooms. I quickly come back out and am heading towards the exit. He in the meantime has positioned himself cross-armed in the middle of the hallway. He interrogates me on the name of the person the room is under. Since there's two rooms and a total party of ten, and being I just want to get out anyways I inform him I don't know. He tells me that I have to leave. Of course, this isn't a problem since I was already on the way out.

I understand the need for vigilance, especially in the Belltown area, but power-tripping and treating guests like criminals is off-putting.

04/01/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
32. Jackie S.
Hotels in Downtown Seattle were so expensive. Luckily the Best Western Loyal Inn was within our budget and also within walking distance to the attractions. This hotel was less than 1 mile from the Space Needle.

Room had microwave, mini fridge, and coffee maker. Also had hair dryer, shampoo, conditioner, and lotion. All of the bath items were in a dispenser due to the "eco-friendly" certification. Overall, we had a clean room.

Another perk with the hotel was the continental breakfast. It was very carb-heavy with bagels, muffins, cereal, patmeal, and create your own Belgium waffles. However, it was enough for breakfast. Plus, you could take a piece of fruit with you for your travels.

I would stay here again.

03/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
33. Tom H.
I loved my stay here. Lots of amenities!! Room was comfortable, had micro wave and fridge. There was a jacuzzi, and office with computers for those like me without laptops. Free breakfast was good. I had no problem with noise esp. at night because I use earplugs. Location was excellent. Fairly close to most attractions, and within walking distance of much more. Parking was only $10 a day/night. Staff was excellent. Helpful and friendly. Next time I am in Seattle, this is where I will stay again.

18/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
34. Tiffany L.
We booked this hotel for Friday the 31st for Halloween as we were going to Freaknight at the Wamu theatre that night. Service is good morning extraordinary.

The hotel room we had was 307 at the end of the hall. Walked in and brought all of our stuff in. First impression: pretty clean room for the price paid $136.83 (10% off deal on Expedia.com ). We had a full size bed. It's very comfortable. The bathroom was clean as well. Only thing is I could smell vinegar while I was washing my hands I don't know why.

Checkout time is 11:00 am which isn't too bad. We had breakfast before checking out. It was ok. Nothing really stood out plus there wasn't any sausage or bacon just eggs and toast or bagels or cereal and Belgian waffles you can cook yourself. The eggs actually upset my stomach later that night.

I would rate it 3.5 stars but I'm just going to put in 4 because of how clean our room was. I would book here again!

15/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
35. Rachel A.
Glad to see I'm not the only one who had an issue with security guards on a power trip. I booked a night for my boyfriend and myself in Seattle to go to a concert we were greatly anticipating.

When we arrived, we were a bit thrown off by the location and exterior of the hotel itself. It's definitely a little grungy on the outside and not kept up very well, but I figured at least the room would be fine. The room smelled a little musty but looked alright so we figured we could handle it for a night. We played some music in our room and got ready for the concert, and eventually headed out.

When we returned to the hotel, we played some music in our room as we prepared for bed. We received a knock at the door from security within minutes asking us to turn the music down. We complied and turned it down immediately. As we were about to shut the music completely off and turn the lights out for bed about ten minutes later, we received another knock from the security guard. All he said was, "You guys gotta get out now or we're calling the cops." I was so shocked - it was the middle of the night and we were about to go to sleep, and our music wasn't even loud at all. And he couldn't have had less tact about it - I've never been treated with such disrespect.

You'd think actually getting kicked out of a hotel would come from causing ruckus through the hallways or doing something actually disruptive. Obviously the people next to us had called and complained, but that doesn't warrant getting completely kicked out - it was a Friday night and last I checked, there was no rule about quiet hours. We had turned our music down much lower immediately after our warning, and if he wanted us to be completely quiet, he should have told us to turn the music completely off, or we would be kicked out. We are not the type of people who want to disturb others - we are always very respectful, but I didn't think listening to music would ever be disrespectful.

Obviously nobody wanted the cops called, so we packed our things and left immediately and peacefully without any argument whatsoever. Since then we tried calling to speak with the manager on four separate occasions, but the manager has not been available. First we heard that the manager "only works on weekdays," then we heard the manager would "return on Saturday" when we called the next Monday (wait, what?), and then we were told the manager would call us back, but never did. We eventually contacted Expedia, who called the hotel to speak with the manager and guess what? "Not available." Eventually we were honored with the presence of this evasive manager on the phone three weeks later, and were denied a refund.

Between the dingy atmosphere, unorganized and unavailable manager, disrespectful security, lack of amenities in general (no kitchen, no bar), lack of documentation of apparently strict policies and quiet hours, and overall experience, I wouldn't ever recommend this hotel to anyone else. There are so many more places to stay in Seattle at comparable prices (which is way too high for this place, by the way) - so don't waste your time.

09/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
36. Sally M.
A bit rough around the edges, but I guess what you get what you pay for. One person working the front desk and bit of a wait to check in. He wanted the names of all the people staying in the room, which I've never encountered before at any hotel. Upon leaving the elevator, greeted by trash (pizza and beer boxes) next to the trash containers. Room was small and the AC/heater was loud but did the job. What originally looked like a bug under the sheets was actually a clump of hair. Breakfast was mediocre, no meat products (bacon, sausage, etc.) just scrambled eggs for the hot stuff. Asked the front desk for extra towels and was told they would be brought up to the room; they never made it.

On the bright side, only a two block downhill walk to Whole Foods!

21/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
37. Mallori M.
What a disgrace; my friends and I were kicked out of this place and treated like scum. Don't stay here if you don't want to be cursed at and have the Police knocking on your door at 4:30 in the morning.

Worse, when I asked calmly for some type of written evidence I was threatened with more police action.

Word to the wise - stay somewhere else.

13/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
38. Lisa D.
A perfectly serviceable budget-ish hotel! We paid about $100 a night for 5 nights. No, it isn't the Four Seasons, but it is located in a great area for touristy stuff. The rooms are inoffensive. The beds are firm (which we like). The breakfast is free and pretty decent (eggs, waffles, yogurt, etc.).

The air conditioner/heater is loud, as others have said, but that was actually a big bonus for us. Instant white noise machine to drown out traffic :) it's also quite effective at heating/cooling!

Overall, recommended if you want to be in a location where you can easily walk to some of the main spots for leisure visitors :)

05/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0