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Georgetown Inn in Seattle, WA

Georgetown Inn in Seattle, WA


Nice, clean cheap hotel in Seattle. 4 Miles from downtown...


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Rating: 4.31

Address: 6100 Corson Ave S, Seattle, WA, 98108
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Comments (32):

1. Chelsea O.
My husband and I were in Seattle for a Wedding this past weekend.  We heard about Georgetown Inn through a friend and thought we would give it a shot.  Well, we were very happy with our experience.  It's located in more of an industrial area but is a short drive to downtown (we took a taxi to Pike's Street area for $15).  The staff was friendly, the room was clean, our bed was comfortable, the jacuzzi in our room was relaxing, the continental breakfast was quick and easy (just what we needed) and the price was right.

10/07/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
2. Barbara S.
We love the Georgetown! We stay here through the VA. We usually get a king bed and it has just the right firmness. The room is always clean and fresh. It is in an industrial area but it's quirky and fun. Lots of awesome coffee(all city coffee), antiques, arts and clothing stuff (mighty big man) to look at and the food is good too. Staff is very friendly and helpful and willing to go out of their way. We love it. We don't do the breakfast because of my husband's allergies but it seems like a pretty nice spread. They give me milk at night whenever I ask. And they have a free washer and dryer as well. It is always clean the staff is always willing to help you with a place to eat. We walk all over at night and have never had any problems.

13/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Lori G.
I booked this hotel for my trip to Seattle based on the reviews I read on Yelp.  I'm so happy I did.  Georgetown is an industrial area with a very cool, up and coming artsy area.  Staff is extremely friendly and helpful.  The area is noisy when you are outside, but my compainion and I kept commenting how quiet it was in the room. I shared a double room with a friend and it didn't face the recycling area.  While not a 5-star hotel, the room was spacious and clean.  The bathroom was larger than my bathrooms at home and supplied with extra towels.  The beds were very comfy. Breakfast was great, we loved the whole grain bread. If you rent a car, then no trouble getting into downtown.  We used public transportation which was easy, just took longer to get to the tourist areas and downtown. If you do stay at the Georgetown Inn, I recommend you visit SmartyPants, Its a bar and grill about a 3 minute walk from the hotel.  The Falcone sandwich is so tasty.  This hotel is wonderful and very affordable.

03/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Hoshi E.
Seriously, the best night's sleep we have EVER had in a motel. The place was clean. Very comfortable bed, two sets of windows, lots of space. Get the kitchenette, it is worth the little extra.The fridge was even quiet. The staff was warm, kind & very helpful. I felt secure & well taken care of.

26/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Betty M.
We took a little overnight time away to go to a presentation at the Museum of Flight and this was the closest hotel that didn't get horrid ratings. Even though there were already some GREAT reviews, we were still very PLEASANTLY SURPRISED with all the friendliness, amenities, attention to detail and cleanliness of this wonderful place. We arrived by one of the myriads of MetroTransit options after arriving on Amtrak. ($2.50, prime time).  The continental breakfast was wonderful and plentiful. There is a very small exercise room and sauna and even a free washer and dryer which I thought was a wonderful touch. The room was very comfortable. We stayed in the King Jacuzzi room and it was a delight to take a luxurious bath. Complimentary shampoo and soap are located both in the shower and separate tub and other amenities (including mints!) by the sink. Would I stay here again, even if we aren't needing to stay in the Georgetown area?  IN A HEARTBEAT!!!

21/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
6. S T.
We recently stayed at the Georgetown Inn while visiting Seattle.  Our room, with a queen bed and a small kitchenette, was just about $115/night.  We were able to use our Triple A discount, so the regular price would be about $20-30 more.  You certainly can't beat that price for a hotel only about 10 minutes from downtown Seattle.  We drove our own car into the heart of the city, but there were buses available as well for those sans vehicle.

My only two minor cons to this location:

-It's located right next to a recycling center, so it's quite noisy during the day.  This is really only a problem if you plan to spend time in the hotel in the morning and afternoon, as it wasn't running at night.  It's right on the street, so without a fan running you can hear the cars outside as well.  

-The wi-fi was really spotty.  We were only able to connect about half the time.  Again, this is only a big deal if you need to be checking email or want to watch some videos, and we were busy enough that we really just wanted to keep in touch with family at home.

The pros make up for it!:

-Super staff!  They were so friendly and helpful.  Upon arrival we realized that we had booked a king-bed/jacuzzi room that we just didn't need.  The staff happily found us a cheaper room and changed our reservation for no charge.  Their positive attitude made us feel relaxed and happy to be supporting their business.

-Price and location.  Pretty hard to top unless you're willing to pay for a hotel downtown.  It took us about ten minutes to and from Pike's Place in the car.  You also get free parking, which is a huge bonus.  

-Georgetown is a fantastic little area of Seattle.  I loved the industrial nature of it.  You can walk past the old Georgetown Bottling Company which is really well preserved in the original brick.  There are plenty of restaurants and bars along Airport Way (I highly recommend Stellar Pizza).  We only got to a few of them during our stay and I'd love to check out more the next time we're in town.  

-Each room has a heat and a/c unit that also allows for just a fan to be on.  This helped tremendously with the heat and the noise from the traffic during the night.  

-The kitchenette allowed us to keep leftovers in the fridge and heat up coffee in the microwave in the morning.  It had a small stove that we didn't use but with some planning you could eat all your meals in the hotel and save your money for the museums and attractions!

-The staff provides a basic continental breakfast with cereal, pastries, fruit coffee, and tea.  

Overall I felt that the deal combined with the staff made this hotel an excellent choice for Seattle tourists.  I know we'll be returning for our next stay!

17/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Angelina M.
I stayed here while Bran was at the VA hospital. This home away from home made me so happy! Quaint and super cozy. They also gave me a special rate since I had family at the VA Hosp. I had encounters with 3 different desk clerks and they were all amazing.
The bed was heavenly and the comfy chair with matching ottoman were just so right. Love the 24 hour coffee!!!
Thank you for the phenomenal stay. So glad this is s local business.

04/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. Leah T.
What a horrible place. I called to make a reservation on a Wednesday evening for the upcoming Friday night. I told the guy over the phone that it would be me and my husband and our 2 children. He told us they only had a king suite with a hot tub available. We figured that would be a large enough room and we could make due because there weren't very many rooms available that weekend due to some events happening in Seattle. When we arrived on Friday night at 9:30 PM, after hours on the road with two children we were told that the room we had booked could only have 2 people in it but that they had a 2 double bed room available but it would be at an additional charge. I asked why we would be charged for something that was clearly their mistake since they allowed us to book the king in the first place. The guy behind the counter had no authority to do anything and was forced to call the manager. The "manager" said, sorry, the price was firm for the double room.

My husband said, fine, but understand this type of bad customer service would not get them good reviews. The guy behind the counter said, "Oh, well, I hadn't thought about that, let me talk to the manager again."  So he called the manager again and my husband was given the phone so he could talk directly to the manager. The manager a that point told my husband that the double room that had been offered to us and confirmed at the higher price by him only minutes earlier was actually not available and that we would have to find another place to stay.

10:00 PM...family of 4 with 2 children, exhausted from the road, with a reservation...turned away over essentially $30. I sincerely hope it was worth it to them. We ended up at the Red Lion downtown where we were treated to dinner and they paid for our parking because of the trouble we had gone through with this place and how exhausted we all were. I would strongly recommend spending a few more dollars and stay at a place that respects their customers and understands the meaning of true customer service. Thanks to the Red Lion, a HORRIBLE experience with the Georgetown Inn turned into a FABULOUS evening.

28/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
9. LaTrecca W.
I don't know how anyone can give this hotel less than five stars right now...  I stayed for only a couple of nights and wanted to spend more time there!  The Staff is amazing.  I mean, each and every one of them from the morning crew to the middle of the night crew!  I had already heard about the coffee; and while it was awesome, there are so many things about this hotel that are better!  {OMG did I say something was better than coffee??!!}  The bedroom was immaculate.  The halls, elevator, bathroom, in fact every place I went was immaculate.  The paint job and upkeep in this hotel are better than any big name chain hotel I have stayed in.  The small things do count; like the alarm clock, the comfortable chairs in the lobby and the soy milk and organic agave nectar for the coffee.  I could not believe how green this place was either!  Every single item used for breakfast was recyclable!  Unbelievable how much time and care they put into service and cleanliness here.  My room, oh my gosh, I loved it.  So charming and old school, with a real window that I left open every day and night!  The highway is pretty close; but hey, easy access to all the tourist spots!!  And I had read complaints about some salvage/construction work going on next door; but it didn't bother me enough to close the window!  The area is Amazing as well; with TONS of stuff (very cool restaurants, bars, a coffee shop, breweries and stores) to keep you busy within walking distance - seriously, only two blocks (Georgetown Records and Via Tribuneli (sp?) were my favs); but also within about a 10 minute drive to downtown (cannot get enough of downtown Seattle!).  I truly can't say enough about this place!  I usually want a jacuzzi; however, the sauna made me forget about not having a jacuzzi!  I want a sauna now!!  It really did have it all!  Two of the most relaxing days I have ever spent at a hotel!  I almost forgot about the room key!!  You get a real key, on a brass key fob with your room number on it!  Made me feel like a movie star from the 50's!!  And, it is so much better than the pictures posted!

25/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Michael S.
This is an inexpensive hotel where your experience will probably depend on your preferences.

Cheap, but the rooms are still nice
Free parking
Friendly and helpful staff

In a more industrial part of town

Compared to most places you can stay across the country, the surrounding area and hotel customers tend to be on the rougher side. That makes this place less ideal for women and families, but the niceness of the rooms relative to the cost is still a great deal.

29/08/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
11. Miranda S.
Good value for the price. We stayed one night while passing through Seattle. Small, definitely nothing fancy, but everything was very clean, comfortable, and updated. Room smelled like B.O., but I'm sure that wasn't the hotel's fault :) The area is a little sketchy, so we made sure to get all our stuff out of the car and had no problems. Staff was courteous and helpful.
The light continental breakfast was very fresh and tasty. We'd recommend, but only if you have a car. It's not close enough to downtown to be worth trying to coordinate public transportation, IMO.

25/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
12. Nihal C.
This is a very affordable hotel with a  friendly staff in a convenient, cool location. It is about 10 miles away from the airport ($32 taxi) and 5 miles from downtown ($20, Pike Street). Yes, taxi is a very expensive form of transportation in Seattle. Public transportation is relatively expensive as well (bus ticket is $2.25 but you get a free transfer for about 3 hours), yet I would recommend taking bus from the hotel (bus stop located .3 miles; 5-10 minutes walk) to Amtrak, airport, and downtown.

The area hotel located is called Georgetown and it was very cool neighborhood. There were nice cafes, bars and restaurants on S. Bailey street (the crossing street) which were open 24 hours a day.

Our room was a standard queen room, but the bed was a king size actually, which was very comfortable. The room was very clean, comfortable and spacious for a couple. I saw the rooms with two queen beds, and they looked very spacious as well.

The hotel was quiet generally in that we did not hear anyone else while in our room. We paid $194 includes tax, for two night's stay and continental breakfast (had a nice variety of hot beverages, orange juice, cereals, and muffins) was free. Wifi connection was pretty good, too. It definitely worths the price. I would come back here in our next trip to Seattle!

13/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Nikitta L.
Nicest staff and best hotel experience ever! Everyone was super friendly and helpful, looked up local bands and events and recommended great tasting rooms.   The Georgetown area was stylish and convenient. We can't wait to come back and stay here again. Also, great coffee and breakfast spread, cookies when you arrive back in the evening.

13/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
14. Ken D.
We departed Vancouver Island via the Washington State Auto Ferry, leaving Sidney, sailing to Anacortes, WA, the final leg of our journey to the Pacific Rim. While back in Seattle, we chose the Georgetown Inn, again, due to logistical necessity and attractive rates. We would be visiting with a family member in the suburbs of Seattle, close to the Inn, as well as wanting to be close to SeaTac International for our flight home. (The Inn is NOT at the airport.)

Although skeptical over this booking, the Georgetown Inn appeared to cater to a mature group of travelers who took advantage of using mass transportation to tour downtown Seattle. Located on the outskirts of an industrial area of town, King County METRO bus serves the area with routes that bring you directly into downtown Seattle. Bus routes 106 and 124 are only several short blocks from the Inn and run frequently. ( kingcounty.gov/metro )

Surprisingly, we found the Georgetown Inn to be somewhat quiet and clean, with excellent house keping. Bedding was very comfortable with more than ample furnishings. A good-sized flat screen TV and fridge with free Wi-Fi were also nice perks. The bathroom was a generous size with a full tub and shower. A generous complement of quality towels were stocked on the bathroom shelves.

The front desk staff were more than accommodating; arriving a day earlier than planned, we were offered a standby room other than having us look elsewhere. Full, complementary breakfast foods and beverages were placed out each morning. Fresh muffins, baked breads, spreads, fruit, coffee, teas, cereals, hot and cold, were more than ample to start the day as well as the morning newspaper. Parking at the Inn was made easy with safe, illuminated parking areas located directly in front of the building.

Note that a bank with a walk-in ATM is located directly across the street, including a full service gas station, a nice touch and good to know. Interstate 5 is one block away. The front desk quickly printed out our boarding passes upon request to prepare us for our flight home following check-out.

- Good rates.
- Great breakfasts.
- Helpful front desk staff.
- Clean, fully equipped rooms.
- Functional, quiet A/C in the wall.
- METRO bus service only blocks away.

- Avoid booking a room that borders the industrial building to the rear as there may be some low-level compressor noise during the evening.

Tip: Use your AAA card when booking direct, or thru booking.com

29/08/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
15. Karina W.
It's a small hotel but very pleasant. The rates are excellent and the staff are sweet. My husband and I spent a week there for vacation and we had no complaints. It's right off the freeway and about 2 miles next to safeco field and 3 miles from pikes market. So it's right in the middle.  
They were enough to let us print game tickets there. If we were to come back I would definitely stay here again

26/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
16. Marie C.
Excellent and affordable hotel located in the artsy and authentically-Seattle neighborhood of Georgetown. Close to all major Seattle attractions. The Georgetown Inn is also one block away from a number of cool cafés, bars, restaurants, bookstores and music shops. The room we stayed in was impeccable and very comfortable. The service was warm and friendly. Every single person we encountered at the front desk was incredibly helpful and attentive, and they offered plenty of suggestions about the area. Especially awesome was Richard. The breakfast was plentiful and delicious. They even have Stumptown and Fonte coffee (the best)! There is also free laundry. This is the only hotel I will be staying at when I go to Seattle, which I hope will be more often. I highly recommend this place to anyone traveling to the Emerald City.

13/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
17. James S.
A good little hotel!

Stayed here while doing some work in Seattle and will most assuredly be coming back.

It's pretty small, and the rooms are...dated. BUT, they're clean and there's a lot of hot water. Which is about all I REALLY want in a hotel room. The coffee is surprisingly decent, but it IS Stumptown coffee so no surprise. The continental breakfast is a bit underwhelming, but what continental breakfast isn't? The Wi-Fi is smoking fast. AND you can do your laundry there for free and they'll give you a free stamp or two.

The parking there is kinda rough, especially for someone like myself with a big work truck. BUT, it's walking distance to Georgetown! And all of its cool bars and shops, which makes for easy after work shenanagins( and morning hangovers).

All this for $90 ( double bed room, not including tax) in a cool part of Seattle, I'll take it!

02/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
18. Ricky P.
We recently went on a #WestCoastTour14 and ended our trip in Seattle. Our last night in town we stayed here. The price was right, parking was included, and the rooms looked nice. When we got there, coffee was free and the guy behind the counter was almost too nice! The hotel is non-smoking. This is key. When we got to our room, it smelled like smoke! We called, the staff came to verify, and we were upgraded. The new room was HUGE, had a kitchen, and was an awesome upgrade. A great way to end our trip. Oh, and they had coffee in the lobby. Great location, too. I'm a fan!

02/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
19. Luther S.
It's a great place! The structure has it's old feeling (with an actual key for the rooms) but the front desk support is awesome.. Conveniently close to a shell gas station and even a Starbucks but who needs it, the hotel has 24hrs free coffee and tea.. :) breakfast is decent.. Muffins, bagels, cereals - basic continental breakfast. Rooms are well maintained and bathrooms are clean.. They have a basic gym and sauna.. Plus laundry is free! :)

22/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Sarah M.
In the words of my grandparents, "ooooofta namen!"

This hotel was scouted as a place for the whole family to stay in for Rachel's wedding weekend. Sure, it's easier to have all heads accounted for under the same roof, but for the price -nuh uh.

I was the first family member to arrive at about 3:00AM. The hotel was an easy drive from the airport and parking is free. I'm pretty tough, you guys. I've traveled to a lot of places by myself but this was one of those rare moments I wished I had a companion. There were lots of people roaming the streets around the hotel and the scrap metal lot next door didn't scream safe.

I quickly parked my rental car and ran in the hotel to checkin. Keys are old school actual keys instead of keycards which give some implication on when the hotel was updated last. When I got to the room,  it encompassed an odor of mildew.

Our family made it through the weekend and everything was OK. Every single staff member was extremely kind.

Bottom line for me was the price did not match the quality of the hotel or location. If the family decides to stay here again, I'll bring febreze and pepper spray.

30/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
21. Gregory B.
First time poster. The Georgetown Inn was such a great experience I feel compelled to write about my stay. I had business to attend to in the neighborhood and found this  hotel on the web. My stay was quality from start to finish, a great staff and bright, clean rooms. Good coffee and breakfast in the mornings and plenty of great restaurants in the neighborhood. And if you're into comix and music, the Fantagraphics Bookstore and Georgetown Records just down the block. Say hello to the Georgetown Inn's jefe Richard, he will take good care of you!

I will be staying here every time I'm in town!

13/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Elizabeth X.
Great value for the money. The room was clean and quiet and the staff was friendly. The only con is that the neighborhood wasn't one I'd personally feel comfortable walking in at night, but that didn't translate to the property at all.

23/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. Karey R.
5 stars!  (WITH AN ASTERISK)

We enjoyed 4 great nights at this charming hotel.  It's a true diamond in the rough.  We had a 3rd floor corner room with the kitchenette in a separate room. We didn't end up using the kitchen as much as I had hoped, but it was great having a microwave and fridge.  
This great inn really thinks of everything.  The kitchen was stocked with cooking utensils.  There are plenty of outlets for charging electronics.  The housekeeping was fantastic - very clean.  There was a plastic bag for dirty clothes, a shoe hanger in the closet, a luggage rack, an iron, complimentary newspapers in the lobby.
We took advantage of the breakfast, served 6 AM to 10 AM, each day.  I would fill up on about a 1000 calories' worth of cinnamon raisin bread with peanut butter, cereal, and fruit, which would power me through straight to dinner time.  Great coffee selection with creamer (including soy!), multiple sweeteners (including agave!), etc.  My husband loved the muffins they had.
The staff were all very pleasant, including the housekeepers.  The wall décor is funky and up-to-date.  There were multiple framed posters announcing the upcoming street fair we regretfully missed by a couple days.
We took public transportation during our trip.  It's a short walk east from the hotel to Airport street to catch the #106 or the #124 bus that will take you straight downtown.  BE WARNED:  The #106 drops off and picks up in an underground tunnel area.  You can reach the tunnel at 3rd & Union, among other places.  Buy an ORCA card at any of the many kiosks selling them -- they're like a public transit debit card.  Easy easy easy.
I would DEFINITELY stay at the Georgetown again.  So - why the asterisk?  Because our room in the northwest corner of the building directly overlooked a busy recycling yard and a medical marijuana dispensary that clearly "grows its own."  I could handle the noise of the recycling yard, especially when the windows were closed.  But we could not handle the powerful marijuana plants odor that would permeate the room every time we opened a window.  If you're into pot, you might not mind.  But we're drug free and didn't appreciate this nuisance.  I would suggest asking for a room along the south side of the building.

14/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
24. Desiree S.
We made our decision to stay at the Georgetown Inn based on all of the positive reviews this hotel has on Yelp and other websites plus the fact that they were very affordable.  They accommodated us before check-in, after check out, and all throughout our 7-night stay.  Rich and all of the staff working there are so friendly, helpful, accommodating, and their customer service is beyond excellent and impeccable.  

Upon our initial arrival, we found a fellow foodie in Rich who recommended us great places to eat around Georgetown and in the Seattle metropolitan area.  Our room was clean, we had free wifi, the bed was comfortable, and despite facing the busy intersection of Bailey and Corson, it was very quiet. I appreciated the fact that they were replacing their carpet while we were there so you know they are working hard on taking care of this hotel. The one thing which I feel that needs to be disclosed and is completely out of their control is that they are next door to a marijuana medical dispensary, so you may occasionally smell weed in the hallways and elevator.  We had no problem in our room (although I think we were located furthest from the clinic).  

Anyway, they have the best continental breakfast spread I've ever seen and had. Their blueberry and apple/cinnamon muffins are so delicious and so was their raisin and apple/cinnamon breads.  They have good looking whole grain bread, English muffins, freshly squeezed orange juice, cereal, granola, bananas, oranges, and apples. They have complimentary Stumptown Coffee 24 hours, which my husband who drinks 12-16 cups of coffee a day commented how good it was and how it was always hot.  

They are very conveniently located to 5 bus lines.  The closest were bus lines 106, 124, and 60 and were about a 5 minute walk east of the hotel.   The other two bus lines were the 131 and 132 and were about a 7-10 minute walk west of the hotel. The 106 and 124 were the ones we used the most since they went straight through to downtown and is about a 15 minute bus ride to get to Pike Place Market in Downtown.    I don't know why the previous reviewer warned people you get dropped off and picked up  in an underground tunnel, which is not true. You get picked up/dropped off at a regular bus stop.  The 106 will go through an underground tunnel at certain stops in downtown, but only for a few stops.

I would definitely recommend this hotel in a heartbeat!  I only wish I could take this hotel and their staff with me on all of our travels.

02/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
25. marie b.
Stayed here for 4 nights recently, and it was a great stay.  I have to say that EVERYONE at the front desk was ALWAYS super friendly and warm.  We had the corner room with the kitchenette, and it was roomy, clean and comfortable.  I do have to mention that it is pretty noisy outside between the cars, motorcycles, planes, etc.  If you are a light sleeper, I wouldn't recommend this room/hotel.  

The breakfast was very good with different breads, oatmeal, cereals, fruit, etc.  Good quality teas and coffee available at all times.  Great perk of FREE laundry and they even give you a laundry detergent pod for free too.  Thank you!

Unfortunately we had very spotty Wi-Fi in the room.  I had to go to the lobby to use my laptop effectively.  I told the girl at the front desk, and she said she would look into it, but it never got better.  :(

24/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
26. james k.
Really friendly staff, gave us a lower rate than expected. Super clean, easy (free) parking.

03/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
27. Robespierre R.
Pros: Clean, comfortable, very friendly staff, 24-hour STUMPTOWN coffee, Georgetown, price, witnessed new carpet being installed, free wi-fi.

Cons: It's not a problem for me, but I couldn't see someone like my mother staying in this neighbourhood. No TCM on the TV.

The owner gave me an earthenware mug, emblazoned with the hotel's logo. I like it.

25/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
28. Bryanna S.
Called to get a room and the lady answered the phone with a bad attitude. Didn't give her name and claimed there were no other hotels in the area. She was wrong, we got a room at another place fairly close that was more affordable, extremely accommodating and all around way better. I don't recommend calling if you plan on staying here.

25/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
29. Jose R.
We stayed again at the Georgetown Inn on May 8th, 2015. First I have to say that the personal touch from the management and everyone working there is fantastic! They treated my wife and I like family. So I absolutely give 5 stars to Georgetown Inn on customer service and beyond.
This time I selected the suite with a hot tub to give my wife a special Mothers Day getaway. The suite was wonderful, every appliance, TV, and piece of furniture seem new and beautiful. The hot tub had a souvenir rubber duck next to it, which my wife thought was adorable. The quality of the suite was great! The complimentary breakfast was varied, healthy, and delicious. The coffee was amazing!
Like I said in my first review of the Georgetown Inn, this is the best value near downtown Seattle...Period! Right in the middle of artsy Georgetown, My wife and I walked to galleries, bars, outdoor coffee shops, and the famous "Art Attack" fest, which happens like once a month. In addition to that, the hotel is near SODO, and is an easy 5-10 minute drive to Safeco Field and Century Link, Pioneer Square, and other Seattle attractions.
If you are planning to stay in Seattle but cannot afford the ridiculous prices of downtown hotels (avg. $250 and up per night), then come to Georgetown Inn. Quality, price, kind, welcoming staff, this place has it all. This is a real review from a customer who has stayed there twice in the past six months and plans to return often. I am just super exited to have found Georgetown Inn to take my wife away for a weekend every once in a while. We can't wait to go back.

14/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. Joel C.
Selling my place in South Park so needed a base of operations while I was in the area getting it ready, and Georgetown Inn totally surprised me as a high quality place at a reasonable price. Best features were the comfy bed - super firm and comfy, great staff, better than the usual hotel art, and the very green breakfast spread. Not green as in kale (yuk) and spinach, but just that everything is compostable and the spread - modest as it was - was just fine. Great location - Georgetown is a great place for food and drink and close to the beating heart of Seattle known as South Park (see muy macho and Loretta's).

09/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
31. Shannon S.
Great value in a clean, progressive atmosphere. Decent-sized, spotless rooms and free parking with easy access from Interstate 5. It's independently owned, which is obvious from the get-go, with artwork that features local attractions and a decidedly unpretentious staff. I've stayed at the Georgetown Inn twice now: once during the Sub Pop 25th Anniversary Jubilee festival about a year ago and most recently in April 2015. If you don't need to be downtown, this would be a great option. Georgetown is quaint, with a mixture of industrial buildings and artsy bars and restaurants. I would definitely stay here again and recommend it to friends and family.

12/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
32. Tiffany H.
I travel frequently all over WA state (and the country) for work.  I have stayed in many a Marriott, Hilton Suites, privately owned locations.  Just last week I stayed at a place in Kennewick for the same price per night.  I also stayed at a Silver Cloud in Bellevue, and then the Georgetown.  Three hotels in three days.  

This place wins!  For under $100 a night IN SEATTLE, I got a wonderfully spacious room, a deep tub, super clean linens, non-stuffy decor, and free parking.  I was blown away by the friendliness of the staff, and I loved being in convenient walking distance in an artsy, nightlife-able, neighborhood.  

They have a good attitude, knowing that they aren't the fanciest place in town, but they clearly take pride in maintaining a very clean, very approachable, very welcoming hotel.  Not overly ambitious, but excellent for their price point.  Compared to the place I stayed at in TriCities just two nights before, for the same amount mind you, this place was modern, well-kept, solid continental breakfast, and took care of me and my guest.  I was very pleased and will always recommend this for out-of-town guests.

What's not to love when there's breweries, a chocolate factory, and clean, crisp bed to fall onto?

15/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0