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Crown Inn in Seattle, WA

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Company Info:

Rating: 1.60

Address: 9501 Aurora Ave N, Seattle, WA, 98103

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    Comments (5):

    1. Brad A.
    Ok, I ididn't stay at the motel.  I did get a 6-pack of beer to take to a birthday party there though.  

    I was in  a rush and this was convenient, although spendy to shop at a small store for beer.  If I weren't in a rush, I would have gone to a supermarket.  I paid $6+ or so for the 6-pack of Bud lite.  Is that a lot?

    17/04/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Gunawan O.
    I don't expect the room's stuff so old and many broken items. The owner can invest a liittle bit by replacing the comforters, bed sheets, chairs, carpet and fix the small broken items. Also, the smell in the office and room almost make me vomit.

    03/08/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    3. Nina M.
    My bf & I ended up at this inn out of desperation when our Air b&b fell through.

    Where do I begin?

    For starters, the Inn was featured on Priceline. However, when I called in to make a reservation (while on the road) I was told that the room could only be booked online. I was also told that there was only 1 room left, but when we arrived, it was apparent that such was not the case.  

    We got our room for about $80/night - not a bad rate for a room 20 mins. away from Seattle downtown? Think again. Our room was absolutely filthy!!

    *TV was covered in a thick layer of dust
    *Microwave was splattered on the inside
    *Mini-fridge was dirty
    *Burn holes in the carpet
    *sink faucet fell off upon turning on water, I had to re-attach it each time I used the sink

    The only saving grace of this "bargain" was that the bed and bathroom were seemingly clean. However, I would not recommend this place to anyone who is traveling for pleasure. These little things leave a lasting impression and create a mood. I will forever associate my first time in Seattle with this place.

    I would recommend you spend the extra $ and get a decent room elsewhere!

    24/09/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    4. Meowphius R.
    This inn has abrasively poor service, and I definitely felt harassed and unsafe by the way I was treated.

    Last night I went to meet a friend who I hadn't seen in years. Not owning a car and feeling uncomfortable being in the aurora area, I took a cab to be safe since it was nearly 10pm at night. With getting out of the cab I got my phone out to look at the address and saw my phone died. I immediately starting looking for a place to be safe and call my friend for help, since I was lost and it was dark.
    So, I started walking down aurora ave looking for an open business, pay phone, or at least an open outlet to quickly plug my phone in to call my friend for help. The first place I found was this hotel and the lights were on and it said they were open. I knocked on the door with no answer. Next to the door I saw a vending machine and an outlet, so I tried to fix my phone problem there.

    A man walked across the parking lot and literally started screaming at me to leave. I said I needed help and was lost and felt scared, and told him to calm down. In response he slammed the door in my face and continued to screamed at me to leave. I gestured to the open sign and repeated my problem, and he still refused to help me.

    I am a short younger girl, and in no way shape or form remotely look like a threat. I think I was even wearing over-alls. What am I gonna do, farm you to death? Either this place is a hidden underground brothel and is trying to stay hidden, or this person is just buligerantly cold and mean.

    Being a business owner myself in the service and healthcare industry, there really is no excuse for this treatment. Especially for a "damsel in distress". If this is how someone is treated in a minor emergency, I can't imagine how they might treat someone in a major emergency who actually needed a safe place to stay for the night.

    18/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    5. Carissa Z.
    We were a little nervous at first, considering the sketchiness of the surrounding area, but we found our stay to be plenty satisfactory. Sure, it was no Hilton, but for what it was, we felt it was perfectly adequate as we spent our time in downtown Seattle anyway.

    Our room was VERY spacious and clean, and included a microwave and a mini fridge--things we did not even get at our more expensive stay at the Ramada Inn on the night before.

    Our only complaints would be that, because there was no elevator, we had to lug our bags up to the second floor, which was a bit annoying. There was no breakfast included either, and no restaurant nearby. A small convenience store that shares the parking lot with the hotel offers free coffee in the morning to hotel guests, and has various food items available for purchase, but that was all. Also, the customer service wasn't great; employees weren't all that helpful, however they did give us a couple free stamps when we asked where we could purchase them. They basically kicked us out of our room at 11:01 (check-out time was 11:00), which was a little awkward and rude.

    All in all, I still would say that we had a pretty good/fair stay, and would defiantly stay there again if we were in the area and needed a mediocre place just outside the city.

    14/08/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0