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Hotel 1000 in Seattle, WA

Hotel 1000 in Seattle, WA


Hotel 1000 Seattle provides the ultimate luxury boutique experience in the heart of the city.


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Rating: 4.60

Address: 1000 First Avenue, Seattle, WA, 98104
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Comments (331):

1. Megan G.
We went on vacation in our own city.  At first I struggled to think we'd be paying nearly $300 to stay 20 minutes from our house.  But, my feelings of guilt succumbed when we checked in we got upgraded to a suite with you guessed it...a view of Elliot bay.  When we entered our suite one of the two 40" plasma TVs touted classical music and a digital art gallery.  The room was quite spacious and quite frankly there was little need to leave the space which had a zen like feel with modern artistic touches in the design and yes, art and a few interesting book selections that had been cleverly placed in the room.  The bathroom was even prettier, with three types of marble and a tub that fills from the ceiling.  Rooms were quiet. The location of the hotel was also nice...letting you be close to the touristy stuff, but not in the midst of everything cliche.  Definitely recommended for someone wanting a special Seattle experience.

04/09/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
2. Caitlin J.
Had a NYE party here in the Executive Suite and recently stayed in a Deluxe room for the weekend.  You're paying for aestetics and service here...even the basic rooms are baller with the two person "fill from the ceiling" tub and the glass wall seperating the bedroom and bathroom.  Everything here is "smart," from the art to the bar to the Do Not Disturb button.  The view in the Deluxe of the Puget Sound is amazing, even to a habituated Seattlite like me...splurge for that if you can.  The Executive Suite wasn't any more impressive, just had more space for a dance party and drunken card games.  They are stuffy and had a few rediculous rules that I promptly broke over NYs, but they fouled up too and make up for offenses with 10% off and a complimentary upgrade on your next stay...merci beaucoup.  Remeber you, the customer, are always right here, so put that snooty nose in the air and enjoy.

26/03/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
3. Danny D.
Holy Haysus Batman! What a gem this place is! The rooms in this place are FA-BU-LOUS! The decor is muy excelente! Everything from the carpet to the ceiling is exact to Danny's specifications. Flat Screen T.V, yep they got it in every room. Free Wi-Fi? Hell yes! The Bathroom is bananas! They got this bathtub with this crazy faucet that pours a perfect cylinder stream of water from the fucking CELLING! It was very unusual and fucking fantastique at the same time. They also have this awesomely equipped library to lounge in! Downstairs in the lobby they have a fire pit reminiscent to the Eye of Sauron (I had to geek out there, sorry). And the beds, oh the beds! GOD DAMN my back feels perfectly aligned! It was as if a Amazonian tribesman used a blow dart with elephant tranquilizer to take me down. Overall the hotel was very clean and reasonably priced! When I go back to Seattle I am most definitely staying there again.

27/03/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
4. Christine E.
This is the best hotel I've stayed at in a long time.  It made the W look like a Holiday Inn.  The staff was very friendly and responsive, its conviently located in downtown Seattle, the rooms are good size and the bathrooms are to die for!  Molton Brown products are very high end and Boca (the restaurant) has some yummy little late night snacks.  This hotel, put very simply ROCKS!

30/08/06 | Link | Rating: 5.0
5. Mochi K.
Totally high tech with free wireless internet, sensors to let housekeeping know when you're in the room, flatscreen tv against the wall. Don't pick up any snacks because the sensors will  detect that they had been removed and will charge. Agree with others that it's like the W, the glass wall between the bathroom and bedroomis unique with the tub faucet that pours water from the ceiling. Great location  couple blocks away from pike place.

27/01/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Aimee M.
This Hotel has thought of EVERYTHING! I am now a repeat offender of Hotel 1000. My second stay was just like when you watch a movie for the second time and notice details that were overlooked the first time, and end up liking it more and more. they really role out the red carpet when you arrive- valet escorted us in and offered us champagne with check-in! I was then told about the golf simulation offered by the awesome gym-2 things I did not check out my first time there-wow (SO COOL)! Once we got to our beautiful room I noticed how modern this hotel is: automatic window coverings, IPOD adapter, tranquility video playing on the TV, the bathtub faucet coming from the ceiling! I am so impressed by this hotel, I wish there was one in every city! The staff is truly amazing-I don't know where they found these people because I have never been so well taken care of by people who's efforts seem truly genuine. Room service was delicious and arrived very promptly, not to mention each time i got my car from valet it was stocked with a fresh bottle of water. The service really makes you feel like you are on vacation (even if you are traveling for work). I recommend this hotel over any other place in Seattle, Bellevue, and Kirkland!!!

02/11/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Jennifer K.
I love this Hotel! I feel like I was 'born again' at the Hotel 1000. I had the best bath in my life at the Hotel 1000... The bathtub fills up from the ceiling. I know, crazy right? I spent 2 hours just soaking... It's a top notch, luxury hotel. I fell into a flurry.. It was a very relaxing experience. The restaurant in the hotel was very, VERY delicious. I will never forget the pork biscuit slider thingy's.. Yum.... It's sleek, modern and trendy. The immenities are endless... I played virtual/interactive golf w/my Beau-friend =) Plus, there is a business room where you have access to print boarding passes, check email, etc.... free of charge. I consider Hotel 1000 to definitely be my #1 choice to stay when I'm visiting c -@ -L!

20/12/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
8. K N.
My husband and I stayed at Hotel 1000 for our honeymoon.  It was the best hotel we stayed at out of all the hotels we stayed at.  It was quaint and unpretentious but so beautiful and amazing.  The service was awesome and room service is great too.  The restautant downstars BOCA somethiing is so trendy, hip and great food.  We just loved everything about this place.  We will definitely stay there when we go back.  Btw, cool tub and very modern yet classy decor.

20/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
9. Katherine K.
Wow.  VERY cool place.  The lobby and rooms are beautiful -- really unique and well designed.  The staff is very accommodating and friendly, too.  They let us keep our rooms for several extra hours on the day of check-out and stored our bags for us after we checked out because we were taking a train later that day.

The rooms were very nice and spacious.  We got a room facing the neighboring building, but it still had a good view.  The bathroom was really neat, with a beautiful sink and shower and a neat bathtub with a ceiling faucet.  This wasn't the greatest design because the water sprayed a little due to the pressure, but the neat look of it made up for this.

I definitely recommend this place for everyone and anyone.  We also ate at the restaurant in the lobby for dinner and breakfast, and both were fabulous.

23/09/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
10. Sean C.
Definitely one of the nicest hotels I've stayed at. The rooms are gorgeous, and as everyone has mentioned, the bathroom is a step above the rest. The breakfast downstairs at Studio was great. They have free wireless internet, complimentary overnight shoe shine, and super-friendly service. Wish I had tried their virtual golf, it sounds like a lot of fun. I would definitely go back

05/10/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
11. Mary m.
This is my favorite hotel except for one thing.  I experienced a very rude, evening with a drunk bride throwing up and passing out as I was ignored waiting for somebody to get my car at an early am hour.   After 30 minutes of watching numerous personnel attend to this mess.  Literally, they had 4 people carrying her to a elevator  I stood outside by myself with my valet parking ticket at the valet station. Not once did anybody pay any attention to me.  Numerous employees passed me and said nothing.  REALLY.  Trust me there was nobody out at 2 in the morning.   I then went back inside and stated, "can I get my car."  I was told later by management we will get you an upgrade whenever you want.  I did not ask for anything but when given the opportunity and it was presented I decided to try on a couple of occasions.   I was met with rude people who stated you can get an upgrade but you have to pay $500.00.  WHAT?  Don't offer if you are going to double or triple the original price.   Really, disappointed.   My feelers are deflated.

18/02/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
12. Beth S.
Really great hotel.  Super modern and very comfortable rooms.  Molton Brown products and awesome bathtub.  The Spa is great too.  Highly recommend.  One of my favorite places to stay in Seattle.

02/09/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
13. Katie R.
The hubby and I stayed here on our wedding night and have been hooked since. We go back at least twice a year to rest, relax and reconnect.

We recently went for our anniversary and were given complimentary bubbly, fresh strawberries and turn down service with yummy Seattle chocolates. Needless to say, service is excellent and no attention to detail has been missed in our stays.

The rooms are amazing! We've stayed in the regular rooms and the suites and both were great. The beds are very comfortable, the rooms are quiet, the bathtub is to die for (big enough for two), and you won't want to leave the room when you put on the spa robes.

Hotel 1000 is not just a hotel it's an experience. I wouldn't recommend it for those who have "work" to do because once you check in your won't want to leave.

20/04/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
14. Lu D.
I stayed here on business last year. AMAZING hotel (the gf's pictures are uploaded). Completely wired and located in a vibrant area, this hotel is on par if not surpasses the W (we're Starwood loyalists, too). The staff is accommodating, friendly, without being in your face. The accomodations are plush, modern with clean lines and the downstairs lounge is amazing; open fire pit and drinks? You can't beat that.

14/11/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
15. Gracie O.
This hotel is so perfect that every hotel I've been to after that has been a craphole.

22/07/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
16. Marsha K.
This place rocks!!!  From the moment we arrived at the Hotel 1000 our every need was anticipated.  A glass of champagne at check in, truffles in our room (we were celebrating an anniversary) and bottles of water in our car when we departed were just some of the incredible touches at this wonderful hotel.  The decor in this hotel is beautiful and our room was peaceful and very comfortable.  The bathroom was large and very well appointed with a huge soaking tub.  We enjoyed excellent food at BOKA (try the truffle fries!) and service that was above and beyond anything we have seen before.  They even stored our leftovers for us.  Every staff person that we interacted with was committed to our enjoyment and comfort.  We have already recommended this place and we will definitely be back.

18/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
17. Slim S.
I stayed here at the Hotel 1000 for eleven nights while in Seattle for
some govt. training.  The Jackson Federal Building is conveniently
located right across the street from the hotel.  When I first called the
guest relations rep I was told that I couldn't get the govt. rate for dates listed but the lady was able to confirm me anyway and took also my requests for a king bed, quiet location and the infamous bathtub that fills from the ceiling.  

Upon check-in I was told that they were able to honor my request with a complimentary upgrade.  The room was on the 12th floor and was nothing less than perfect!  When I first entered I found the 40 " flat-screen HD TV (mounted on the wall) playing some relaxing classical music along with a selected visual program offering Renaissance art images.  You can play different themed programs.  My favorite was the "1000 Places to Visit Before You Die."  The room was nicely decorated in a subdued Asian theme, with dark carpeted floors, blue and maroon walls and bamboo.  The king-sized bed was super comfortable, with nice feather pillows.  The room itself was spacious and a had a large desk with lamp, big closet (with several wooden hangers), safe storage, and dimming track lights on the wall above bed.  

The services there are extremely nice.  There is free long distance
phone calling from the rooms and the business office.  There are two
computers with free Internet in the office with a copy machine as well.  I was usually the only person in the business office at any given time. There is a really cool library located on the fourth floor that has nice comfy chairs and a fire place and you can choose the same music programs that are in each of the rooms.  My friend and I went there one evening with a bottle of wine, dimmed the lights, put on the classical music and had a very pleasant evening.

There is a decent gym, although a little small in size.  Still it has two elliptical trainers and treadmills.  Free weights up to 50 lbs and
three different fixed machines for shoulders, legs and back/triceps.
There is a spa with services next to the gym and also a golfing
simulator.  Parking is available in garage and was for guests only when I was there.  It can be pricey, however.

The entire staff there was always very accommodating and friendly.  Most are pretty young, but all very eager to assist you and always greeting you upon entering and leaving.  The room service provides you with free Starbucks coffee to brew in the french presses that are in the rooms.  I requested a refrigerator be brought up to my room so I could keep some food in there during my stay.

What's also great is that the hotel is downtown and there are several
happy hour offers nearby where you can get cheap food and drinks.
The hotel bar/restaurant has their own happy hour from 4-6 pm.  I
would always go to this one place, called Contour, that was south on First Ave a block and a half.  They have one of the latest happy hours around, lasting from 3 to 8 pm every day!  Try the provolone cheeseburgers and lamb kebabs.  Each only $1.95 at the time of my stay.  Later the place becomes a club.  The hotel is near Pier 54, where the famed Ivar's is (good for fish and chips with yummy tartar sauce!), and also close to Pike Place Market,  Pioneer Square, Benaroya Symphony Hall and the Triple Door jazz club.  Most things are within walking distance.  Try Cafe Zum Zum for a cheap lunch.  Pakistani food - various curries over basmati rice for around six bucks.  We also went to restaurant DeNunzio one evening.  The dining room is charmingly decorated,  and Tonelli, our server, was really nice.  The food was good but the wine was pretty blah.

So you can see I was totally impressed with my stay at the Hotel 1000
in the Emerald City!  Nothing short of perfect, actually.  The cool
thing about this hotel is its size.  I mean it's just big enough to have
all the accommodations but also small enough to be intimate and not
impersonal, like some of the big chain hotels.  I highly recommend this place for anyone.  Maybe not so much for big families with kids, but for sure for couples, seniors, and business people.  Hope this review helps you to decide!

01/02/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
18. Amy M.
Just checked in and were excited when we saw the grand lobby. Unfortunately our room was not as clean as expected for the $280 price tag. The pubic hair all over in the bathroom was unacceptable! The cleaning crew came up  to clean again but all they did was move the dirt and hair around. When we called back down to complain, the manager gave us a whopping 5000 starwood points...whatever that means but expected us to stay in the room because we had taken a wet towel and picked up as much of the dirt/pubic hair as we could.....disappointing! And disgusting. Train your management. Unacceptable!

15/09/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
19. Tina M.
Was in Seattle for a funeral so I was not in the best mood when I arrived. However, I was impressed with everything I saw. The staff was great, the room was perfect, the bar has perfectly made cocktails. What else can you ask for? We even had reservations at another restaurant and when I asked the valet the best mode of transportation to get there, he offered us a ride in the hotel's car.

01/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
20. Shelly B.
this place is awesome! seriously? water pours from the ceiling! get a room with a water view for sure. ooo - and bubbly upon check-in. mmmm.

20/02/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
21. Alana K.
Stayed at Hotel 1000 last night for a birthday celebration with a couple of girlfriends and it was fabulous! From being greeted by the friendly valet, to the prompt attention at check-in, to the birthday note and cupcake in our room, it was a wonderful stay all around. Each staff member we met was incredibly friendly and unpretentious, always wearing smiles. The details all throughout the hotel and rooms are what make this hotel such a memorable experience. Who knew that you could stay at such a high-end hotel for such an affordable price! This is the hidden gem of Seattle and I will definitely be staying there again!

06/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
22. Angel H.
I wish that I could give them 10 stars. I have never been so happy, and I can never stay at another hotel in Seattle again! The hotel was beautiful and very modern. What really blew me away though was the staff. Everyone was extremely helpful and friendly. My friend and I stayed here on vacation and made friends with everyone working there! Miles, the concierge, was such a pleasure to talk to that we went to say hi to him every time we walked in or out of the hotel. The bartenders, Michael, Dustin, and Phil were so friendly and seemed to enjoy talking to us when we came in for food or drinks. The servers were so sweet too. The valet guys even were so nice to us!! Alex and Jordan especially were always there to open the doors for us, which is to be expected, but then they even would ask us if we had fun at the Mariners game (though we are angels fans) and recommend somewhere for us to go that day, and ask us how we were enjoying our vacation. I cant stop talking about how great our stay was at Hotel 1000, and I know for a fact that they were a huge part in the reason why we had such a good time on our vacation.

20/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
23. Sam P.
Pricey hotel, but you get your money's worth. I made a request for a room upgrade and special requests for champagne and rose pedals on the bed and had the champagne and rose pedals comped with the rate of the room upgrade. Fantastic service, can't be beaten. Stay here, it is worth the money.

29/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
24. crimson c.
Believe the hype!

I have stayed in many hotels and none compare to Hotel 1000 in terms of customer service and comfort of accommodations.

In terms of the accommodations, we stayed in the king bed city view and the room was spacious with a good view. The linens were awesome and the bed was extra comfy (I have back issues so I am really picky with hotel beds). The bathroom is unique with a tub that fills from the ceiling, with electric blinds for privacy.

In terms of customer service, Hotel 1000 has it right! Upon arrival the staff realized it was our honeymoon and delivered champaign and chocolates (salted carmel chocolates) with a card congratulating us.  Every staff member knew our names and maintained the attitude that you were their guest who should be relaxing and taken care of during your stay. A few examples; on our way out to dinner they asked if they could take us (free of charge) in the hotel's cadillac, another night we called and asked for pizza delivery recommendations and they delivered a multitude of pizza delivery menu's and gave a us a run down of their recommendations, the lobby had ice water (flavored with fresh lemon) with to-go cups so you could start your journey for the day with a nice glass of water to go, the valet service would have two cold bottles of water in your car's cup holders when they delivered your vehicle...and there was no price tag (but valet was about $35/night), they deliver a chocolate at bed time, and always offer directions for your days journey.

We stayed at the hotel the first few nights that we were in Seattle. We then traveled around the area (portland and cannon beach) and because of such great service we returned to Hotel 1000 for our last night of the honeymoon. It is totally worth the every penny and we will definitely always stay at Hotel 1000 when in Seattle!

18/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
25. Queen Mean X.
I loved this hotel.  Really.  I liked the layout, the design, the beds, the bathrooms etc.  While I was not as enraptured with the tub that filled from the ceiling as most seem to be (for one thing it splatters water like crazy) the tub itself was probably one of the most comfortable I've ever experienced in a hotel.  Usually they are either too big or too small ( or too gross) to bathe comfortably, but this was the Goldilocks Tub, just right in terms of size. The beds were extremely comfortable and the room had everything you could ask for and more, including robes that I didn't feel squeamish putting on.  We tried out the spa, and it was excellent and we had two very nice massages though the prices are a bit steep (perhaps that is the usual for Seattle but it was perhaps a third above what we are used to paying...I can't really compare prices, though we've had massages in almost every geographic region of the US and these were definitely amongst the more pricey). However, the spa was very nice.  The gym was adequately equipped.   The location was excellent, in easy walking distance to several local attractions and they staff was universally friendly, helpful and pleasant and we had no problems whatsoever with any of the amenities features or room service.

I am dinging this hotel a single star for one specific reason, and I have recently decided that I am going to ding every hotel we stay at that does not provide this service:  a guest operated laundry facility.   When we travel, we travel for extended periods of time and we don't like to stay at flea bag hotels which appear to be the only ones that offer coin-operated laundry services any more.  The upper end hotels (and even the mid-range hotels) now rely on severely over-priced laundry services that are completely ridiculous.  We arrived at Hotel 1000 and we had about ten days worth of laundry to do.  They charge $9.00 for a pair of pants to be laundered.  I priced out having my laundry sent out to be cleaned and realized that the total to do my laundry would have been about $250!  If they offered a coin-operated laundry unit, I could have washed the same clothes in roughly two loads for less than $20.  I found this completely ridiculous.  

I don't believe the extended traveler should be gouged on laundry, nor should they have to schlepp their dirty clothes to a laundromat (in this case the closest one was 2 miles away) and I don't believe it's entirely beyond the realm of space considerations to place a coin-operated laundry facility on hotel premises.

27/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
26. Mandy B.
We arrived here for an eight night stay to find that they booked us in a handicapped room which has two queen beds and not a king.  We were looking forward to the bathtub everyone raved about filling from the top and that was not offered in this room, but instead an oddly shaped shower with a plastic shelf largely in the way.  We requested to switched and they informed us the next day they would switch us around noon to a regular room to only get a call in the morning from a very snippy employee saying they were "committed" for the next few nights.  So, for three out of eight nights apparently they are "committed" to everyone but us...funny thing is we are "committed" to two years travel, 15 nights in Seattle each month.  This is our first time at this hotel and we will not "commit" ourselves or our money to this establishment in the future...which just lost Hotel 1000 360 nights over the next two years.  It's unfortunate the level of service here has left such a bad taste in our mouth.  A simple apology, reassurance that they are doing their best would have been enough.  However, the flippant disregard for any sort of courtesy is unbelievable. This was made with a normal reservation, not through priceline, we would expect a higher level of service.

15/11/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
27. Babbs W.
I want to speak about how amazing the concierge, valet and front desk staff are.  I am  Realtor and have a client I am helping to rent a unit in the residences above the hotel.  I have to get keys from the concierge everytime I show it or add people to a list to give them permission to enter when another Realtor wants to show it.  No one at this hotel ever says anything but yes.  I LOVE that.  They are professional, obliging, extremely courteous and provide a level of service that makes it so enjoyable to do business with them.  I believe that this is a major factor in the vibe of the hotel feeling laid-back, easy and inviting.  Hotel 1000 staff are awesome!

07/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
28. Justin V.
Amazing, Amazing, Amazing!! Was searching for a hotel with 24 hour room service. We ended up finding a whole lot more! Wanted to get away for the weekend, and this is definitly our new favorite in Seattle. Everything is superb, we stayed in a suite and it was a perfect size. No need to write too much, its great and definitly worth the money.

02/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
29. Mike L.
I had my reservation at edgewater but canceled it after reading some reviews about this place. This is as good as it gets but i was hoping it was closer to the water, we got a 12th floor room so we could see the water clearly but we are a few blocks away. The room is great. water from the ceiling into the tub. We actually took a bath just becuase of that. The whole bathroom is cool. Bed is very comfortable and lots of other cool things. I would stay here again but wouldnt mind checking out so other options.

28/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
30. Karissa S.
I went here with my husband for our honeymoon, and this weekend we're going back for our 1-year anniversary. After scouring the internet for another hotel that might hold a flame to Hotel 1000, nothing seems as pretty and luxurious.  I'm so excited to go back!

06/01/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
31. ira g.
I never stayed in this hotel, but, this was definitely one of the top choices for our wedding venues. We didn't go for this one, because we know it's going to exceed our budget... Nonetheless, I have to say that this Hotel deserves 5 stars!... It's modern,  sophisticated, definitely one of the best hotels in Seattle!...

04/12/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
32. Kiyoshi O.
Like everyone says this hotel is great.  Rooms are nice, modern and clean but what sets this hotel apart is the staff.  They are great!  all very friendly, knowledgeable about the hotel as well as the city.  Valet notified the front desk of my arrival.  Staff knew who I was before I had a chance to tell them. Valet staff stocked my car daily with bottled water.  I found this hotel by mistake, what a wonderful mistake huh!

09/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
33. lindsay w.
I'm typically not too particular about hotel rooms (please inquire about my stay in Hawaii where my friend and I had a room with 2 twin beds), but that doesn't mean I can't appreciate a damn good one.

As I walked into my room, I think I may have audibly said, "Wow..." The 40" plasma TV was set to show different pieces of Renaissance art, and the bathtub was like a work of art itself. The water comes out of the ceiling! So cool.

I described this place to someone as a "mini palace" and I mean every bit of that. The staff is friendly and very helpful, and the amenities don't get much better. I wanted to steal every Molton Brown product from the bathroom!

I would definitely stay here again, and I'm going to recommend it to all of my friends who need a place to stay in Seattle.

10/07/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
34. Noelle A.
Where do I begin. My partner and I went to Seattle to be legally wed as we are from Phoenix and can't be legally married. First off, the hotel itself is just beautiful. We weren't expecting any kind of special treatment. We walked in and they asked what we were in town for and we said we were getting married. Went up to our room and thought no more about it. We went out to explore the city and when we got back to the hotel room, there was a bottle of champagne, chocolate covered strawberries and a card acknowledging our pending union. It was awesome. Then as if that wasn't great enough, the next morning there was a knock on our door, we were greeted with coffee, mermosas and donuts, all complimentary. Just to spoil us for our special stay. Then the day of our ceremony, we went to grab breakfast in Boka (which has an AMAZING Ceasar salad, get it w/ the salmon) and they gave us roses, mermosas, and the manager came out and told us how proud she was of Seattle and how happy she was for us. To be honest, just because gay marriage is legal in Seattle, we didn't expect everyone to welcome us with open arms. It was a great feeling. Hotel 1000 went OVER and beyond being hospitable, they were truly, TRULY and genuinely warm, welcoming and that wasn't appreciated. Boka is delicious, the staff is kind, the hotel is clean, then set up is swanky, we had a great view of the city. Loved it! Go to Hotel 1000. Go! Go! Go!

15/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
35. al h.
alyssa:) I promised a review and here it is!!! WOW!!!! we loved this hotel!
beyond my expectations!
~room~ excellent, nice ambient, zen t.v. , very clean, bed was comfy
bathtub and shower, clean and relaxing
~convenient location
~food~ room service was fast and good
~business center~excellent!
~very nice and friendly
we just wanted to stay in the room!

30/04/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
36. Katy B.
One of the best experiences I've ever had at a hotel.. granted it was also Valentine's weekend so I was a little biased ;)  My bf treated me to one of the suites on the top floor.. the shower was HUGE, bed was comfortable, everything was beautiful.  Also had a couple's massage at the spaaaah there as well. Can we talk about the red velvet cupcakes they had waiting for us after our massages. Ridiculous. The entire experience just swept me off my feet - definitely recommend for a special occasion!

18/07/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
37. Robert C.
It is really rare I would try a place like this - I usually try to use hotel points with Hilton, then go through Priceline.  When both failed for my 5th anniversary, I decided to try Hotel 1000 after great reviews on this side and TripAdvisor.

I didn't know how a place like this could live up to my expectations after all the great reviews, but it exceeded all my expectations.

The room was absolutely amazing, in-room coffee was done with a french press, they had wine and a card delivered for our anniversary, and put us on the 12th floor with a great view of the water.

The only slight irritation with this hotel was the exercise facility - there were only three working cardio machines and they were full every morning I went down there.  WIth how popular this hotel is and it's high occupancy, they may need to find a way to expand the exercise facilities.   (I can't say I was overly upset, I was able to walk two blocks then run a few miles on the bike trail next to the harbor).

Great place!

13/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
38. Sally P.
I truly believe this is the best hotel in Seattle.  Where else can you get a tub that fills from the ceiling???  French press coffee???  Really great beds with such comfy sheets???  Welcoming snack???Really GREAT lighting ??  Turndown with chocolates???  Newspaper every morning???  Ice cold water in your car?  Golf in the hotel??And the best parts - A fantastic location and knock your socks off staff?  Love this place.

27/09/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
39. Becky B.
I got a hotel room for me and my boyfriend to celebrate our 1 year anniversary of dating, and also Valentine's day. For around $250/night, it was everything I could have hoped for. I still get happy thinking about it.

The front desk staff was very nice, and even though I had to show them my ID upon check in which had my Seattle address on it, they still treated me like I was new to the area! It was fun pretending. When we walked in the room, I turned into a 10 year old and flew myself on the bed which was very white and cushy. The bathroom was a-MAZ-ing.... seriously.... I couldn't stop telling people about the bathtub. The water comes out of the ceiling in a perfect circular stream and doesn't splash at all. I will be getting one of those when I'm rich.

Everything else was impeccable, except the TV stopped working in the morning. Oh well, I think I broke their blow dryer so maybe we're even?

Remember kids, always tip your housekeepers!

15/06/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
40. Heather H.
My sisters and I booked a night here on 12/21/2011 for my older sisters 50th birthday as a surprise. First I will say we found our rate of $179 for the night on Hotels.com but called the hotel itself to book and they matched the online rate for us! And then we paid for a room upgrade to a suite for just $60. Super awesome beginning with this hotel. When we arrived to check-in, the front desk provided great service complete with a welcome champagne toast! Our corner suite on the 10th floor was spectacular; the views of the water and city were stunning. The hotel had set out macaroons with a personalized Happy Birthday card for my sister! We made reservations for dinner at Benihana a few blocks away and the hotel Town Car drove us there at no charge. Our driver James provided us with his contact information so we could call him back for our return trip back to the hotel. We had an awesome, awesome time at our stay there. The rooms are beautiful, the customer service was great. We missed the complimentary breakfast but check-out was easy and quick. I would recommend this hotel to anyone visiting the area.

28/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
41. Natalia B.
What a beautiful hotel!  I've stayed here a couple times, and this last time I was lucky enough to stay in the Grand suite.  It made me want to to a better job of decorating my little apartment.  Anyhow, word of advice--never let anyone control the electronic bidet for you--make sure you do that yourself.  Oh, and visit the Spahh downstairs.  The massage therapist had the warmest, softest hands, and the facial was very relaxing.  All the products smelled so good.  When you visit Boka, be sure and have the grilled cheese and tomato soup

08/09/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
42. Reggie W.
Their Social Media & Promotions Manager contacted me immediately after I wrote the review and apologized for the lack of personal touches. She said that the fact I didn't receive those things during my second stay was a mistake and unacceptable.

I applaud them for listening and responding to their customers!


I stayed here for business twice. The first time, I was very impressed. The modern interior design is nice and the rooms are beautiful (I stayed in a deluxe water view room both times). The bathroom is my favorite part, especially the bathtub that fills from water from the ceiling. My favorite parts, though, were the personal details. I'm an experience designer by trade so I notice and appreciate these things. When I checked in, they gave me a glass of champagne. When I went in my room, there was an envelope with my name on it next to cookies and water. The flat screen display also displayed my name.

The second time, I went, though most of these personal touches were completely missing. No champagne. No cookies or water. I know it may sound trivial but these personal details matter. And it left me feeling a bit like now they have me as a repeat customer, they're not as attentive or eager to make a good impression.

Overall, though, I enjoy this hotel and would recommend it to anybody who has the money (my room was $450 but taken down to $270 with the corporate discount) or staying on your company's dime.

10/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
43. Anthony M.
My girlfriend suprised me with a stay here last Friday. It was amazing, the service, the food, the room... I had a great stay, absolutely nothing negative to say here.

02/11/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
44. Steve V.
Let me start by saying I have stayed in the Penthouses at both the Venetian and Palazzo, Also frequent the Palms Place Condos which are also pretty damn special... This Hotel 1000 takes the cake! Bathroom - Awesome, Room - Awesome, Service - Awesome, Restaurant downstairs - Awesome. The water for the tub comes outta the ceiling for christ's sakes!!!!  Go There stay there.

17/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
45. Kenny A.
This was literally the nicest hotel I've ever stayed in.

Very modern and classy, yet casual at the same time.  Such awesome service and so many nice touches:
- Valet greets you by name (Even told my wife Happy Anniversary!)
- I asked for chocolate strawberries for our anniversary, and they gave us chocolates, chocolate strawberries, and champagne at NO COST! (plus they even left us a nice greeting card)
- No ice vending machine... instead they have individual ice bags for your room
- Cool privacy screen that separates the bathroom from the room
- NICE TV with decorative channels like 20th century art or photographs from around the world, or the "Window channel" that had motion scenery
- Nice lighting all around the room
- Great view of the water and downtown
- Bathtub fills FROM THE CEILING... like bathing in a giant kitchen sink
- Very nice robes (silk?) waiting in one of the closets for us
- modern decor and furniture (comfy too)
- valet leaves water bottles in your car

The hotel is walking distance from the fisherman's market and other restaurants.  Perfect location.

All this and we were still able to book a weekend trip (flight from SoCal, hotel, and rental car) for less than $700.  Awesome.  We're going to try to find another hotel in their chain and stay there (they have one in Napa I think)... it was that good.

If we ever find ourselves in Seattle again, I can't imagine staying anywhere else.

19/03/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
46. g h.
What a nice hotel!!!  Very quaint, not very hustle bustle.  Getting in and out of Seattle isn't my favorite thing to do but this hotel seemed to make everything alright.  When we pulled up to the hotel, the very friendly bell and valet people were immediately at our door to help.  They unloaded all of our bags and took care of the car.  They were very careful with our things so as not to smash anything.  We walked in and were warmly greeted by the front desk personnel.  Very helpful in suggesting things for us and the location of a Whole Foods.  

The room was great!!  The beds were very comfortable, nice sheets and down pillows and duvets.  The tv is fabulous!  I think an LCD.  Very nicely placed on the wall so nothing obstructs the view.  Nice touch.  The beds have rounded edges, perfect for toddlers and adults alike.  The have french press Starbucks coffee and Tazo teas.  The tub is neat, fills from the ceiling, if you can imagine.  Don't be sitting in the tub though when it fills up, it has quite the pressure.  The toilet seat is very comfortable.  I have had very few comfortable toilet seats in hotels.  This is definitely a good one.  There were two things that weren't quite what I would like though.  The shower water pressure wasn't enough although it did have good coverage and the sink splashed too much.

The one thing that really prevented me from giving this hotel 5 stars is that even though I had the "Do not disturb" sign lit up, housekeeping still knocked and opened the door.  May not be a big thing to some but my toddler was napping and I didn't want her to wake up.  Also, do I really feel comfortable leaving some of my personal belongings in the room when I'm gone?  I have to take a second thought about that one.

Okay, so my daughter and I took a walk each morning and the valet always opened the door for us and always tried to talk to my daughter, get her to smile.  Really friendly.  They are very nice.  When I walk back in, they do the same.

When we departed, the bellperson came very quickly to help me with my bags and my car was brought around even quicker.  Nice!  Checkout was speedy!

This hotel is nice and comfortable and very unpretentious.


Update:  We responded to a hotel survey and told them of our experience with housekeeping entering the room when the "do not disturb" sign was posted.  They were very apologetic and assured us that it would be used during training and would reinforce their policy standards.

06/09/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
47. S. Alicia S.
Studio 1000 is located in the lobby of Hotel 1000 across the hall from BOKA Kitchen & Bar. Studio 1000 serves the BOKA Menu. Cozy environment with live Latin Jazz. Recommended environment for drinks or to unwind.

27/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
48. henry h.
this hotel rocks!  normally, i would stay at a starwood property but since they were sold out i decided to look into other options.  after reading everyone else's review i decided to give hotel 1000 a try and i'm glad i did.

the service here is superb and extremely friendly!  it rivals the four seasons, fairmont and any other high end hotels.  i happened to be checking in on the 3rd anniversary so they were offering free champagne and lavender lemonade the entire day.  

the rooms are modern and fairly standard.  however, it is the bathrooms that are a huge standout!  the bathroom has a good size shower that is separate from the bath tub.  the bath tub is a modern looking stand alone unit with the faucet situated in the ceiling.  you turn the faucet on and a jet stream of water comes out of the ceiling and fills the tub.  it is pretty awesome!  i want one of these in my home.  

i booked a water view room but was a little disappointed.  the water view was obstructed due to a big building across the street.  i was on the 12 floor (which is second to the top) and that didn't help much.  in order to see the water you had to look either left or right.  other than that i really have zero issues with this hotel.  i would definitely stay here again.

29/06/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
49. anita c.
I am a fussy girl when it comes to hotels, and Hotel 1000 exceeded my expectations in every way. Gorgeous rooms, comfortable bed, friendly staff. LOVE the bathtub that fills from the ceiling.

03/05/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
50. Willis D.
Insanely Great experience..... These guys really did a great job making us feel taken care of.

We walked in after stopping into a few other hotels on first ave and Hotel 1000 won us over hands down. Complimentary Champagne. 2 person bath tubs that fill from the ceiling, exceptional service and one of the best rates on the street. Please. This will always be my first pick in Seattle.

Well Done Hotel 1000

10/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
51. Fresh M.
Absolute Magic Hotel - the very best rooms and great location and service.

03/09/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
52. Isabella O.
Hotel 1000 isn't cheap by any means, but it definitely exceeded my expectations based on past boutique hotel experiences.
The grand suite we got for our anniversary night was spacious, and with large windows overlooking downtown and Elliot Bay, I found myself wishing it were my living room. It was, in fact, about the same size as my living room at home, with a comfy couch and chair, and generously sized coffee table. The flat screen tv was large, and perfectly positioned for viewing from the seating area or the super comfy bed, with plenty of pillows.
I loved the super plush robes provided by the hotel, and the shower in the beautiful bathroom (also complete with amazing view) was perfect.
Sadly, I didn't try to "fill from the ceiling" bath - I'm not much of a bath person and we were only there for an overnight stay.
The hotel is super accommodating - we requested and early check-in (which we got) and when we discovered out television wasn't working shortly after arrival, they sent the maintenance man up right away. He was super nice, and got our tv going in just a few minutes. Unfortunately, it quit working again, not once, but two more times that day. I would say this was my only complaint, but I can't even, as they addressed it very promptly, and we got a free movie (the PPV there is about $13 a movie for movies that aren't out on video yet) and a discount on a couple's massage, AND a late check out!
The massage, BTW, was great. We only got the 30 minute "pick me up" because neither of us were sure we could sit still for a whole hour, but 30 minutes was great. The Spaaaah is very nice, and smells amazing.
Our package came with breakfast the next morning - one entree for each of us. I was sure that we would be billed for orange juice, a smoothie and a side of bacon we ordered in addition to one entree each (again, based on a past boutique hotel experience) but NOPE. Alex had a create your own omelet, plus the juice and smoothie, and I had the Crab Benedict with the side of bacon and OJ. And Oh. My. Bob. That was probably the best breakfast I've ever had. The OJ was obviously fresh squeezed, the bacon was PERFECTLY prepared, and the benedict was the best I'd ever had, crab, egg or otherwise (and I've had a lot of benedict - I get it everywhere I go for breakfast) Even the toast was great, some sort of rustic, artisan loaf, probably baked in house, and spread with an adequate amount of butter, a breakfast away from home first!
The hotel also has a car service which you can request to take you somewhere, such as dinner, or even to be picked up from somewhere, such as after dinner. We took a cab to dinner, as we weren't sure if we'd be on time if we waited for the car, but we did have it pick us up and take us back to the hotel. The driver was super nice and the car was SWEET.

So if you are looking for a well appointed hotel that is luxurious without being stuffy, and has fantastic customer service, Hotel 1000 fits the bill.

29/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
53. David S.
An acquaintance recently stayed at Hotel 1000 and he raved about the room plus said the service was spot on.

19/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
54. Wanda L.
I really wish they had 1/2 stars because this is pretty darn close to a 5.  We are locals who have grown up in the area and are always trying to find new and better.  So for my husbands birthday weekend we spent it downtown.  Hotel is beautiful and very clean, like Disneyland.  They greeted us by name even had happy birthday to my husband on the sign in card. LOVED our room!  It was a Grand Luxe King bed City View room.  Large enough for 6 to have cocktails in the living area.  There was even a cupcake & birthday card however they had put my name on the card and on the plate written in chocolate.  Great touch but wrong person.  Not sure how that happened since they got it right at the front desk.  Anyway we had a 90 minute couples massage at the spa (you will never go back to 60 min again), very nice.  I opted for the lomi lomi  since this was a new option I had not experienced.  Very Nice!  Only wish they had a pool or coed hot tub.  There were saunas in the changing rooms though just not coed.
We had a small group for birthday dessert at BOKA.  My only issue is I really dislike it when they add on the tip to the bill and word it as a service fee and at a glance it looks like sales tax at the end.  After a couple drinks & in a dimly lit room I wasn't on my toes and almost double tipped (I am sure I am not the first).  Unfortunately that just ticked me off & I left the tip they had calculated and removed mine which would have been more.  The next night we had good drinks with friends at BOKA again at the bar around the fire.  Very nice ambiance and attentive bartender.  You are within walking distance to just about everywhere.  We never drove after arriving and we shopped at Westlake town center, Pike place market and partied in Belltown.  We had a great weekend.  If there weren't so many other nice hotels that we haven't yet experienced we would probably come back.  For my birthday party we stayed at the Alexis-Loved it  and next on the list the Andra.

21/03/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
55. Sara F.
This hotel is ooh la la chic! The husband & I decided to have a staycation in our city this past summer & rented a cute suite there for the weekend. Upon checking, the lobby had a batch of fresh & tasty lemonade to drink so of course I was all over that while he was checking us in. Then when we got inside our room, there was chocolates waiting for us & a note from the staff wishing us a pleasant stay! The bathroom is totally amazing with a free standing shower head that basically is hanging from the wall, giving the allusion of rain into the bath tub! It's so cool! Plus there's a clear shower door between the bedroom & the bath. It was a really nice room & the staff made it so welcoming & romantic. Plus, their downstairs bar & lounge had pretty decent, albeit expensive, but still fun food & drinks. Alltogether it's pricey but if you want to splurge, totally worth it!

28/12/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
56. Lynn L.
Yeah, this hotel is freaking wonderful.  Stayed here last night and could not be more pleased with the entire experience!  I travel very frequently for work and am somewhat of a hotel snob.  Hotel 1000 certainly surpassed my high expectations!

The staff are all wonderful - exceedingly friendly and helpful.  We received a call about 30 minutes after we got up to the room, just to make sure everything was in order.  They were also accommodating of a late check-out.

The rooms are gorgeous, and full of small details that make you smile.  The french press Starbucks coffee is a really nice touch, as is the wonderful large desk, comfy office chair, and VERY comfortable bed.

The bathrooms are in a class by themselves with granite floors and tile, high-quality towels, separate shower and tub (yes, the fill from the ceiling is very cool!).  The Molton Brown bath products are equally appreciated.

Highly, highly recommended!  I won't stay anywhere else when I'm in Seattle.

(Look for my separate review of the restaurant, Boka, which doesn't dazzle nearly as much as Hotel 1000).

21/10/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
57. Alexis B.
Bed comfy... Bathroom beautiful... Service was exceptional... Will stay there again =D

04/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
58. Perry B.
Stayed here over the weekend to celebrate a long overdue valentines day! Our room was very clean and modern. Bathroom was great and the tub, i wish i had one in my place just like it! We came back around 5pm after shopping only to find a bottle of champagne and strawberries on the desk and a note from the manager wishing us a very happy belated valentines day!  I usually stay at the W but after reading so many positive reviews about Hotel 1000, i am very glad i gave it a chance. Hope to return very soon!!!

16/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
59. Mike m.
I saw a group of Hotel 1000 employees out at a karaoke bar continuing on from and earlier Christmas party... really felt bad for the bartender and the karaoke host...they were extremely obnoxious and rude group...loud, abusive..one girl even got up and tried to walk on the tables but was so drunk the table tipped andshe fell... and then was rude to the owner... horrible to witness...we love this karaoke bar and have never seen such a rude group there, we couldn't take it and left..Hotel 1000 we sure hope this is not indicative of the quality of staff members you employ.  Really disgraceful behaviour.... boooo....

24/12/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
60. Orange B.
I booked this hotel for my friends 40th birthday weekend, based on a review here on Yelp.

This is a 5 star hotel, amazing service, quality of rooms, quality food and restaurant, perfect downtown location, walking distance or they have cars that will drive you to your destination. Extremely comfortable beds, the bath tub is worth the stay alone. Ha! Anyway, if you're traveling to Seattle, I highly recommend this hotel... Spending 10 years in hospitality, I can usually find something to complain about. Our 4 day stay was absolutely perfect. And don't forget the spa downstairs. Excellent way to spend your first half day there.

13/06/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
61. Becca U.
My husband and I stayed here for our wedding night and it was absolutely wonderful! Upon arrival, the valet offered me a red rose. During check in we were both offered free champagne and automatically upgraded to a huge suite. The room is gorgeous and the bedroom was separate from the living area, which made it extremely dark and allowed us to rest up and get a good night's sleep. Room service was very reasonably priced. We have decided we want to stay here on our 1st anniversary. WELL worth the money!

01/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
62. Elly E.
The hotel itself is modern and beautiful.  The spa is fantastic!  My boyfriend and I got couples massages and had a great time.

However, we had several small issues with the hotel staff that added up enough to make me decide I won't be going back.  Check-in is at 4:00pm, which is later than most hotels I've stayed at.  Upon arrival at 4:00, our room still wasn't ready.  I called down to the front desk in the evening to reserve a cab for later, and no one answered!  I waited at least 10 rings and hung up.  I tried again later with success, and was told a cab would be waiting for us at 8pm as I'd requested.  We went downstairs at 8pm and there wasn't a cab, and the valet had no idea we'd called down for a cab - I guess the concierge hadn't passed that along?

These are small things that were annoying, but not deal breakers.  What put me over the edge was I was charged a separate $200 in addition to the room fee!  This was not disclosed upon check-out.  I contacted the hotel immediately and asked what it was for, and the reply was "smoking fee."  This blew my mind, as my boyfriend and I do not smoke and never have.  Confused, I called the Reservations Manager and left a voicemail.  She didn't call back, so I emailed her and asked how the smoking fee was determined, and asked for a copy of the bill.  She replied that I'd have to talk to Guest Services, and didn't send me a copy of the bill.  Guest Services didn't reply.  I called the hotel again later and asked to speak to the manager on duty.  I asked  how it was possible to be charged a smoking fee and she said, "A housing supervisor confirmed there was smoking in the room."  Again...we don't smoke.  I told her that and she ended up reversing the charge.  Ultimately, it worked out, but I cannot believe I had to deal with that.  Be sure to check your credit card statement if you stay at Hotel 1000!

31/08/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
63. Danielle H.
Absolutely gorgeous hotel and wonderful staff. The valet guys in particular are chatty and nice, always willing to help with shopping bags, luggage, doors, etc.. the front desk staff is also very helpful. I wanted a candle and they brought it up in moments.

Beautifully decorated and immaculately kept. Clean and comfortable... and I def wouldn't complain about the flat screen tv or soaking tub with frosting glass window that can separate from the bedroom or leave clear to remain part of the entire room. Modern, chic and lovely. I can't wait to take my boyfriend here :)

08/01/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
64. Emily F.
We stayed at Hotel 1000 for my birthday this weekend. I had wanted to stay since I moved to Seattle, and finally got to. When we walked in it was wonderful, as expected, and the service was very friendly. Each staff member was nice, helpful and welcoming. Checking in was easy, and our room was beautiful. The bath fills from the ceiling, as mentioned in every other review!, the TV swivels so you can watch it anywhere in the room, everything was personalized and fresh. The bedding was soft and plush. In short, I love the hotel and design of everything.

I had a massage as soon as we got there, the "1000 Hands Massage". The spaah masseuse was SO wonderful- an excellent massage with the perfect amount of chit-chat, and he also gave me some great suggestions for relaxing muscles, etc. I was very happy with him, but then they did not take off the 25% as promised in the Suite Life Package. I had to do this at checkout and it was quite a hassle.

Also, part of the package was a bottle of sparkling wine, truffles and a bath bomb. We also had to ask for these and they were not automatically sent up at any time. Having to request services on arrival that we had paid extra for initially was a total turn off for me. These things should have been taken care of the staff. My only other complaint about Hotel 1000 is that I ordered a bottle of wine sent to the Library (which I love!) around midnight. It took at least 30 minutes to arrive. The server was very friendly and still got a generous tip, but why does it take so long!?

Amenities, design and service are all excellent. Just review your bill to be sure that you get everything that you paid for!

Boka is another story...

29/01/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
65. C K.
We've stayed at many hotels in downtown Seattle but this hotel is our favorite. Great location and service along with a beautiful and comfortable room. Love the window channel! The extra touches add to the experience - champagne at check-in, bottled water in your car, etc. Definitely the place to stay in town!

15/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
66. J G.
Stayed here for my wedding anniversary.  Every single thing about this place and even the bar is 100% 5 stars.  Unfortunately, the price does reflect the awesomeness of this hotel.  Too bad, i bet a lot more people would stay here if they could afford it.

10/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
67. Josh B.
Awesome rooms, awesome staff and overall comfort. House catering is good.  Fitness facility could be better, but they do have a cool golf simulator next door.

19/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
68. Adam T.
I attended an association meeting last night at Hotel 1000 and from the friendly service of the valet, the guy who opened the door for us and the catering staff at the event, to the great food, hospitality displayed towards us by the event staff prior to the event, to the great service provided by the front desk, I was completely satisfied.  This was my 3rd time to Hotel 1000 and this is my first review.  I've never been let down there!  Other plusses include the spa and the indoor golf range!

13/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
69. David T.
I hate to be the contrarian but I was NOT impressed by Hotel 1000.  To begin, the decor is tacky--think Pottery Barn paraphernalia with the UPC stickers still attached--and uninspired.   While the bathtub that fills from the ceiling is novel, it creates quite a din (water falling from twelve feet is pretty deafening) and the tub is definitely not designed to seat two (as advertised).  Furthermore, while the service is satisfactory, when my girlfriend and I arrived at 4:00 we had to wait around a half an hour for our room to be prepped.  In my mind this was an unacceptably lengthy wait.  For the price I expected to be blown away by Hotel 1000, unfortunately I left thoroughly underwhelmed.  

PLUS, the valet scratched my car, an injury compounded by the fact that I had to pay him $36 for the privilege of having my car damaged.  You can do better than Hotel 1000.

05/01/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
70. Wendy Y.
Great experience! We found this placed based on Yelp and was not disappointed. The room was bigger and nicer than the photos, which was a pleasant surprise. The valets were very courteous. We were not offered champagne or cider upon check in, but we had an awesome time anyway.  Would definitely stay here the next time we visit Seattle. Thanks Hotel 1000!

24/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
71. Christos M.
Well, luxury has a name, and it's hotel 1000. Great downtown value, and a good service.
I am not going to write a lengthy review, but all I have to say is that I have stayed in hotels in 4 continents, and many many countries.
This hotel is a very good downtown hotel, and they make you feel special (which is why sometimes you pay the big bucks).

19/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
72. Dawn M.
I had my wedding at Hotel 1000 and stayed there the night of the event.  I am amazed by the customer service and event staff.  They exceeded my expectations in every way.  

The food and service (including bar) were wonderful and we received so many compliments on them.  The space was great, roomy and versatile.  We were upgraded to a Grand Suite and it was amazing!  

I can't say anything bad about my experience there.  I would definitely recommend it for an event or just a weekend stay.

29/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
73. Josh C.
This is a pretty swanky joint-- hip with a youthful vibe. The place obviously prides itself on technological gadgetry, and it works relatively seamlessly. The rooms are very nice; comfy beds, flat screens, a glass wall separating the tub from the bedroom for voyeuristic good times, high tech phones, and futuristic ambiance.

     It's more a destination than a place to sleep. It's the type of place you take your lady to for a casual  weekend of dinners, spa treatments, shopping-- ya know, leisure.  I wouldn't stay here if your going to be out and about with the kids all day and only really need a place to sleep-- save your dough and stay somewhere else. It's more of an adult vibe than a family vibe.

   The service is some of the best I have experienced at any hotel, anywhere.

The restaurant (Boka) is pretty decent. The atmosphere is better than the food, but the food is still pretty good.

   The spa is nice. I recommend the deluxe pedi or the couple massage.

    If you are into golf, there is a computerized simulator in the basement-- very cool. I played Pebble Beach. It's remarkable realistic and the results prove it. I shot 110 at Pebble, which is about right.

Yes, it's expensive, but worth it for a special weekend away with your chick or dude.

10/01/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
74. Ashley B.
Hotel 1000 is amazing. I was there for my birthday just one night :( I didn't want to leave the staff was very friendly and accommodating we were greeted with a glass of bubbly and when we got to our room a plate of cupcakes wishing me a happy birthday were waiting. I think my favorite part was the HUGE bathtub with the water coming from the ceiling. This hotel deserves five stars! I will for sure be back! Thanks for an amazing birthday!

28/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
75. Conway B.
One of the BEST hotels we have ever stayed!!!  Outstanding FIVE STAR service!!!  Excellent full service spa.  This hotel is new and modern in a great Seattle location. Our room was a beautiful in a corner local.   The shower/bath was crazy beautiful with water coming from the ceiling down in the large two person tub!  The hotel the décor was beautiful.  Got a great deal with my AMEX Platinum card who recommended this property.

01/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
76. Karen G.
This hotel is very comfortable and modern.  Some of the modern ammentites are unique and unlike others I have seen in similar caliber hotels.  In some ways though, there is too much technology.  The room is very dark so it can be hard to see and if you accidentially hit what you think is a light switch, the housekeeper comes to your room.  I still haven't figured out the tv.  I wanted to take a bath and the water comes out of the ceiling and into the bathtub.  Really kind of neat and fun! If I were staying here with someone I didn't know so well, I might not like it.  The bathtub is a part of the room and you have this piece of glass separating it from the room and it feels kinda creepy.  I had to put down the "privacy" screen so I wouldn't have to look at the bath.  If you are looking for an ultra modern hotel which is more than comfortable, this is a great choice.

15/09/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
77. Theodore S.
Hotel 1000 is awesome.  Great location, great service.  

I work as a wedding photographer. If you're looking to get married at the hotel, the event spaces are very nice with excellent lighting and a sunny enclosed area for ceremonies. It's a blast to shoot.

26/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
78. Avitania B.
I threw a cocktail party at Studio 1000 on Friday night, and it was fabulous! My experience with the BOKA staff was five stars from start to finish. Brigetta, the supervisor/planner that I worked with, was fantastic to work with: personable, professional, and helpful.

First, the space is great. It's quite large, and accommodated my 60-70 guests very well. There was enough seating so that people who wanted to sit could, and those who wanted to mingle had plenty of room without being too crowded or feeling like the room was too large. The decor is inviting: dark leather and wood, with a Microsoft Surface table (it doesn't have much functionality, but it's an interesting conversation piece). There's a non-operating firepit in the center of the room which is filled with a floral arrangement instead. They were also great with allowing us to bring in our own music -- they offered us use of an iPod speaker system, but we brought our own.

It was a breeze to work with Brigetta on planning a catered appetizer menu that was appropriate for the time of evening that my party was being held and meet my budget at the same time. She offered great input on how much food should be ordered -- I was happy to see that there was exactly the right amount of food (Most of the food was gone and there were a few leftovers, but not so much that I felt like I ordered too much or too little).There was no fee to rent the room, but they had a $1500 bar/food minimum which was easy to meet given the size of the party. BOKA also provided us with several bartenders to operate a cash bar and help with the food (bringing out fresh appetizers, clearing away dishes, etc) and even help serve cupcakes that I had brought in for my guests. The bartenders were super great and always very quick with special ordered drinks that couldn't be made at the cash bar (i.e. the mango cosmo, which was deeeelllicious - I highly recommend it!)

Furthermore, the food well exceeded my expectations. Of the things we had, the biggest hit appeared to be the mini burgers, which were juicy and delicious! The truffle fries were also fantastic, and the crab cakes appeared to be a big hit (though I didn't get to try any of it myself).

I wouldn't hesitate to recommend Studio 1000 for any medium-sized gathering. The service was superb, and they made us feel like rock stars. Highly recommended!

26/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
79. R J.
A year later, still a top end place to stay in Downtown Seattle..Like last time, great staff (one slight exception...see below), decent on-site food and rooms that were quiet and outfitted to the hilt but not over the top..Room service was excellent and the people doing it very friendly and helpful...NOW, a couple of things: Folks, the french press coffee maker deal is a nice touch, but how about kicking it down a notch to a Motel 6 Mr Coffee?  I dont think a coffee maker should have several lines of instructions to operate it. Not that big of deal, but first thing in the morning (in the dark, while trying not to wake up the wife) its a bit of a challenge to fire the damn thing up..
Also, when checking out, I asked the woman at the desk (Erika) for some change out of a 20 so I could throw a couple extra bucks at the valet. She was kind of nazi like. Asked first if I was checking out etc etc and was simply not the typical warm and fuzzy 1000 employee that you expect. Not rude, but overly regimented in the checkout process and maybe forgetting where her paycheck really comes from..No "Thanks, come again" or "How was your stay?"..Seemed happy I was leaving..I got my change and left. NOW, about the valet service...these guys work their butts off.. Good for them..However, the valet charge is 36 dollars a night. Tip: If the weather is conducive, go find a parking garage or cab it from somewhere thats a better bargain.. Couple that with what the state and the city taxes you to stay there, and that hot rate over the internet isnt that hot. The 1000 is a great place. Its where we will go again, but I wonder how long these places can hold out having to charge all these background fees to keep the place running..

12/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
80. Ashley E.
This is actually a 4.5!!!!

The location rocks!  If you want to walk down to the ferry..be near Pikes Place wonderful!  If you want to be able to enjoy city life style even better.

The Service 5 stars ALL THE WAY.  Everyone is kind, respectful and very knowledgable - giving fantastic advice.  

The Rooms - I stayed in the smallest option and let me tell the best room i have stayed in.  The beds so comfy...the tub wonderful!  I had planned on being in the hotel for 2 nights and changed it to 5 NIGHTS.

The SPAAH...amazing massage...get ROBERT...

LOVE THE CHAMPAIGN.  Every night i would get more and more!  
The Restaurant Below a treat!

The BAD...yes there is bad..even with 5 stars
The Bathroom FLOOR.  Ask for extra towels.  No joke the floor was constantly wet from the shower spilling out...there is no drainage.  

But basically this is a huge huge plus of a place.  Worth the money...SPOIL YOURSELF

06/10/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
81. Germaine J.
I paid a truly ridiculous amount of money to spend a Sunday night at the Hotel 1000...and I don't know that I'd stay there again.  The location was primo, the view impressive, and yes the bathtub with the ceiling spout was impressive as well.  I just wasn't blown away.  

Following my stay I was sent a survey by the 1000's parent company, and the questions indicated that the hotel wants its guests to feel pampered.  

I just didn't.

When I checked in, no one offered to help me with my luggage.  If I'd had a few pieces, I'd have waited and made a point of it.  But I shouldn't have had to.  Oh -- and no one offered me champagne, although a girl disappeared into an elevator with a glass of it while I was checking in.  

For the rest of my stay, the staff was mosly attentive and on-point.  The valets got me cabs in short order, and everyone was friendly.  I tried out Boka twice -- once for a cocktail, and once for breakfast.  During the cocktail I sat at the bar, and the bartendress had a fairly unprofessional conversation with another patron right in front of me.  This instance did not leave a favorable impression.   At breakfast the service was a little on the slow side, though not unreasonably so.  

Other, smaller details --
- No Q-Tips in the bathroom
- TV remote functionality a little off
- Most of the bath products were in largish bottles that were bracketed to the wall.  I don't haul home every free shampoo I'm offered, but still.

My hotel experiences have included Hyatts, RItz-Carltons, Shangri-Las (in Asia), Sofitels, Westins, and Fairmonts.  And I guess I don't impress all that easily.  I think I'd expected a larger facility -- the lobby lacked size and presence, and the decor didn't do much for me.  All that purported edginess, and no minimalist water feature anywhere?  

For a lower rate, the stay would have been more or less acceptable.  It is very possible that the rate was a holiday weekend phenomenon, but regardless I feel like money has just gone out the window with no apparent explanation.

31/05/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
82. Camille C.
This hotel was absolutely beautiful. We order room service & the food was sooooo delicious! The staff were very friendly & very satisfying for our needs. We enjoyed our stay here & would gladly recommend this any friends. EXCELLENT!

26/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
83. Addie S.
Six stars if there was room. A bit pricey but it's in Downtown with a great location. 5 blocks from Pike Place Market and 2-3 from the waterfront. Room was excellent. Nice & spacious; I love the color scheme and the decor. The water pouring from the ceiling is so great.

Room service and all the employees in the lobby were very friendly and helpful. Gave us maps and always asked if we needed a cab or needed to know where to go.

Very personalized, had our names on the TV and telephone. Would come back in a heartbeat.

06/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
84. Catherine O.
Have you ever imagined a waterfall and Glass walls in your room?

Well if you answered yes, then your imagination comes to life at Hotel 1000. I have never been so amazed at a hotel in my entire life. Usually there is one aspect that disappoints me, but this hotel failed to do so.  Being in a room here is Princess status, and you definitely get what you pay for.

Clean, modern, fancy, with great service all around. From the point of pulling up to parking valet, gentlemen opening the front door, and a fancy wood ice machine/box on the way to the room.

The rooms are simply breathtaking:
1. Bathroom: Separated between the bedroom with a GLASS wall! Push the button and the shield rolls down for privacy. And not your normal bathtub! Water falls from the ceiling! A separate door for the bathroom & shower as well. Also, nice hand soap and top it off with lotion-which smelled fabulous.
2. Bedroom: Clean, and well designed. And of course, a nice LCD TV to surf channels with!
3. Snacks-Always expensive! So don't pick up that bottle of wine for more than 30 seconds, unless you are serious! They'll charge you if it left its spot for more than the time limit! Yikes...
4. Courtesy call- in roughly 10 minutes of unloading to make sure we had everything we needed. Wow, how considerate.
5. Complimentary Tea w/ mint leaves in the lobby. Yipiee :)
6. I think I see Engravers Gothic on those fancy engraved signs. (Sorry, I'm a nerd).

Highly recommended if you have cash to spare on a nice stay in Seattle!

25/09/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
85. Rafael M.
Fantastic hotel.  Great rooms, excellent service.  Of course, the higher the floor the better, and the views were great.  highly recommend it!

04/10/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
86. Ocee D.
5 Stars!!!!

This was easily the best hotel experience we've had so far.........easily!!!

Service - the best! Everyone went above and beyond what was expected of them to make sure we had a great time during our stay. Ben (curbside caddy) and Christopher (manager of BOkA) stood out as two of the employees that either deserve a promotion or a raise!

Room - the room was spotless and very nice. We didn't get a room w/ a view, but we weren't planning on being in there much and when we were, we wouldn't be sitting down and staring out of the window. The tub that fills from the ceiling was cool, but that whole idea can use a few adjustments before it is perfected.
- One thing I didn't like about the bathroom was their choice of soap and shampoo (the smell wasn't pleasant for me at all), and the way they had the shampoo on the wall in the shower (a little uncomfortable)

Gym - the workout room was clean and when I went there, it was empty. Nothing too special, but enough for a quick workout.

Lounge - they've got a cool lounge area with a fire pit - ish thing in the center that helped me defrost from the freezing Seattle weather (freezing compared to the 80 degree winter weather I left behind in LA)

Misc. - Free Truffle Fries Friday - can't beat that!!!! It was one of the best first impressions I've had in a long time.
- For my girl's bday, they left some chocolates and a birthday card. When we got home after midnight and it had just turned to her birth-day, she got the card and chocolates. Really cool of them to do something w/ only an hour notice.
- We ordered a movie in our room one night, and even though it was the same price we'd pay if we bought the DVD ($15), that wasn't the issue. It kept freezing in the middle of the movie. After a few times, I gave up and went to sleep.
- Location is close to everything you really need. For the areas that are a few miles away, they have a drop-off service that'll take you there. You can also save about $40 and take the lightrail to downtown from the airport instead of taking a cab. You'll avoid traffic, and get dropped off 1-2 blocks away from the hotel.

I don't even have to think about it.....any time I come to Seattle, this is where I'm staying!

10/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
87. Jen S.
Ahhhh.. heaven.. love at first sight.. I walked into room 813 and my mouth dropped open. Large sunken bathtub with water that comes out of the ceiling "faucet" spa style floors (not tile but some type of stone). The bathroom is separated by glass from the bedroom but you can use the privacy screen if you prefer. The bed was comfortable, lighting gorgeous, large flat screen tv, full bar and did I mention free calls to anywhere in the USA?

Don't want to be disturbed? Don't bother looking for the floppy sign to put on your door knob, just click the button right next to the door!

Another thing I enjoyed was the lotion and soap that comes from a pump rather than individual bottles that often go to waste.

You feel like you are on vacation and will not want to leave!

Want to unwind with a glass of wine? Just off the lobby you can sit in a room with a large fire pit and enjoy the scenery.

I will return anytime I am in Seattle and look forward to more long baths in that amazing tub!

13/11/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
88. Jim S.
Fantastic!  Friendly, engaging staff...great room.  The Lounge & food was great.  Wish there was one in every city I travel to.

29/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
89. Kenya C.
I live in Seattle, but when I want to fall in love with the city all over again I spend a night in a swanky hotel.
I really love the dark ambience of this quietly luxurious hotel. The room is perfectly appointed.  The comfortable bed and the fabulous bathtub were the best parts. Service is excellent. I didn't try the restaurant, but the room service meals were really good.

07/11/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
90. Anil K.
Phenominal, fantastic, absolutely blown away!

Everything from the elevator buttons to the bedsheets had a polished, refined, feel to it. The hotel is very similar to the W hotel chain in trendiness and hipness but the service was really outstanding. Every hotel employee (I mean, EVERY single person) greeted me with a smile and a salutation everywhere I went.

I checked in with Casey at the front desk and let me tell you...he hooked me up big time. I came in after a long day of work and looking visibly extinguished, requested from him a high floor room. Instead, he upgraded me to a suite...FOR FREE!!!. I couldn't believe the room when I walked in. Massive bathroom with waterfall tub. Glass shower, views of the downtown and the water. Plus the rooms have distinctive art pieces throughout including the bathroom. Very chic. 2 LCD TVs with laptop and ipod connectivity...fabulous. Free WIFI...check.

I want to also thank Dana Cox, head concierge (who no longer works at the hotel :-() for his excellent guidance on my special occasion. What special occasion? Well, I decided to propose to my girlfriend by flying her up to Seattle for the night. I was going to do it at Snoqualmie Falls just outside of the city but after Casey hooked me with the suite, I changed my plans!

Dana had his florist prepare a floral arrangement for $75 (a very reasonable cost - I would have payed double in LA) as well a bottle of Schramsberg Rose ($74 on the wine list at the hotel restaurant but he got it from Trader Joes for $15...sweet) and chocolate covered strawberries for the hotel suite upon our return from dinner at Snowqualmie Falls.

Cutting to the chase, she said yes and as we left Seattle the next day to Detroit, we received so many compliments on the flowers in Seattle, Chicago, Detroit, the airplanes, shuttles, cabs, etc that I lost count. Everyone was in love with the flowers (and the ring of course!!). Dana did a remarkable job and I am saddened to see him leave.

All in all, Casey and Dana made my stay at Hotel 1000 amazing. I won't even go into the virtual golf course they have and the excellent gym. All super cool. The clientèle at the hotel seemed to be young and trendy, artsy, marketing types. If you are into that sort of thing, you will certainly like this place.

Oh, last thing to mention, Boka restaurant. Besides offering ridiculously overpriced Schramsberg Rose, their food was average. Nothing to write home about. Appetizers definitely on the small side. But again, service super super friendly. I had ordered goat cheese gnocchi as an appetizer and they forgot to put the order in. At least, that's what they told me because, honestly, I had completely forgotten about it myself. But they acknowledged their mistake, and comp'd the appetizer for me. I didn't even raise my voice, an eyebrow, nothing. Completely voluntary on their part.

Again, blown away. Excellent service. Friendly and accommodating staff. Fun and hip atmosphere. I've stayed at W's, Westins, the Gramercy Park Hotel in NYC, and none of them compare.

I will only stay at The Hotel 1000 when I am in Seattle and I will certainly check out their other properties around the country (Bardessano in Napa came highly recommended from Dana).

Oh, and very last thing...price wise, kind of on the pricier side but I found a great deal on hotels.com . It was made even better with Casey's free suite upgrade.


06/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
91. Adrianne G.
This is an upscale boutique (small) hotel. So if you are used to a Hyatt or Fairmont, you might be disappointed. The lobby is small, but nice. The restaurant was great for breakfast. They have a comfortable "library" where we watched movies with our kids. The rooms were very clean and they even turned down our queen sized sofa bed for the kids. The staff was very helpful and nice, even though we bugged them a lot. We really enjoyed this hotel and would defiantly come back the next time we visit Seattle.

01/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
92. J K.
This is a review of the virtual golf thingy, not the hotel.  The virtual golf thingy is super fun, although a little pricey.  Great service too.

18/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
93. Gabby B.
Let me start by saying that I was blown away by this hotel!

I booked  the Executive Suite at Hotel 1000 for my best friend's bachelorette party. It was a bit pricey but the GORGEOUS room and amazing service completely made up for it. The ladies at the front desk offered us champagne as we arrived, the bellboy was a joy and they brought us a mini-fridge for out adult beverages without complaint or extra charge. When we arrived we realized that we had forgotten a few things and they were more than happy to help us out.

I DEFINITELY recommend this hotel for any special occasion and I will definitely be visiting this hotel again.

PS: the bathroom is just absolutely gorgeous.

05/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
94. Imber C.
The service, the room, food from BOKA (the hotel's restaurant) were all great. It was a little pricey but we opted for a room with king size bed and a view. It ended being a mostly fantastic view of the water (there was another building in the direct center of the view).

It was very pleasant until it came time to sleep. :( The hotel is downtown, which my suburban self counted to be a plus since everything is close by. However, that means that you'll hear every emergency vehicle siren that goes by, people partying and boat horns all night long. Typically I can sleep through just about anything but my first two nights yielded very little sleep. I called the concierge who said they would bring up ear plugs. After 2 calls and one in person visit, I was disappointed to see what I think were the original ear plugs from the 1970s. They worked about that well so I drowned the noise in a half a bottle of red wine. :) That worked fantastically so the sleep problem was solved.

Other experiences:
1) we could hear neighboring customers brushing their teeth, being intimate, walking on the floor above, etc.
2) the bathroom is beautiful marble, glass, etc. and there is no fan. Depending on how private you are about bathroom time, this may be something of a challenge. ;)
3) our glass shower didn't seal when you closed it so there was quite a bit of water on the floor. Keep towels handy. :)

Overall, I'd say it was a pleasant place to stay. It is beautiful and the service is usually great. If I went back to Seattle, I'd think twice about staying there because of the noise...I am paying quite well for a nice place, not only to relax but to sleep.

18/08/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
95. Lynn S.
Have stayed here twice even though I live on the Eastside. Just wanted to be downtown to eat, shop and sleep. What a cool place to stay, great service, bed & linens, bath tub, music...ahhhhhhhhhhh.
It was such a wonderful getaway.

19/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
96. Alan R.
This has to be the best place to stay in Seattle.  I stayed two nights while in town looking for a place to live in Seattle, and it was an incredible experience.  The rooms are gorgeous with incredible bathrooms (the tub fills with water poured from the ceiling..pretty cool).  The beds were very comfortable and there was a big flat screen mounted on the wall.  

Right before I checked into the hotel, I forgot my cell phone in a cab.  I was incredibly distressed, as I had a ton of calls that I had to make that first night.  I was very happy to find out that local and long distance calls were both free.  I don't think I've ever stayed anywhere where long distance calls were free.  Most places nickel and dime you to death.  Becuase of this I was able to make all of my calls back to LA, while calling my cell phone over and over until the cab driver answered it.  I got my work done and got my phone back.  In the morning, the front desk associate asked me if I was able to find my phone, so they must have entered something into the computer.  Great service.  

Stay here if you get a chance.

06/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
97. Rebecca S.
We had never even heard of this hotel before but as soon as I got home from my deployment they let us have an evening here for FREE! It was a promotional military thing. Usually when we get these it is in a craptastic hotel and service is terrible. From the minute we stepped in there we had a great experience. Champagne upon check-in, bags delivered to our room, which was amazing. Awesome views and a bathtub that filled from the ceiling! You could see it while in your room as the bathroom wall is made of glass! There was a nice spread of fruit and cheeses and sparkling wine waiting for us when we got to our room. We went to dinner at the restaurant in the hotel and were again, blown away! Delicious food for a reasonable price and great atmosphere. When we checked out the next morning they had our car waiting on us from valet and comp'd our valet price as well. Because of how we were treated we have stayed there again and again. Each time throughly enjoying ourselves. No matter what the event, when we go to Seattle this is our hotel. I suggest anyone in the area make it theirs as well!

17/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
98. Kathleen B.
stayed at this hotel and could not have been more pleased!

1) allowed us early check in at 10 am since the room was ready

2) we had problems with the TV getting frozen (we were watching the windows channels!! so much better than actual tv) and they sent up a technician right away who checked everything out and even made sure our sound was working although I hadn't included it in the ticket

3) beds were cozy and clean!

4) amenities are awesome! robes, french press for coffee, all kinds of teas, flat screen television

5) I left my laptop in the shuttle but knew the shuttle was going to the red lion hotel and the concierge did not hesitate to call and help me retrieve my bag

6) Our shuttle was picking us up at 12:30 and they let us have a later checkout

7) room service can be ordered night prior to breakfast!  breakfast arrives promptly at the time you specify

8) walking distance to pioneer square, pike and the shoreline.

I LOVED this hotel!!! Got a GREAT deal on hotels.com for $179 a night.

11/03/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
99. Geoff H.
I have stayed at many very nice hotels across the country and without a doubt this is my favorite.  The rooms are beautiful, it's in a terrific location, and the staff is amazing.  Everyone who works there is genuinely friendly and helpful.  Get an upper room facing the Puget Sound - the view is simply amazing.

03/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
100. Jess M.
This hotel is fantastic the hotel is located in downtown which is great there is a bunch of stuff to do around it. This is a cool place to stay. The service is great and they are very accomidating.

The room is comfortable and hi tech, Wi-fi is free throught the hotel, another plus is they have free drinks by the front desk. I would reccomend this hotel to anyone.  I would stay here again next time I'm back in Seattle.

02/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
101. Rowena T.
I love staying at hotels on my bdays and this one was the first pick. Loved it!!!!! We got the corner room which had a downtown view/water view. It was soo beautiful. The hotel staff were superb on their cutomer service they were always super polite and came up right away whenever we needed anything, This hotel also has virtual golf, a spa, and the Boka restaurant.

The bathroom had a heavy sliding door, the bathtub water came out from the ceiling I had a nice morning bath hehe.. ahhh wish I could have stayed there longer. Clean and modern. It's a great place for couples. to go down to their Spaahh and relax..And you can also do some downtown shopping..

Overall this hotel is on point! lol, You have to be there to experience it!

22/02/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
102. Greta F.
I went to Seattle for a customer service training and this hotel could have taught the class. They are 100% on top of their game. The staff was friendly, welcoming and helpful. Every need was meet.

On my last day, i went to the spa and it was fantastic. It's a smaller spa than I am used to but it is really nice. The hotel decor follows through to the spa to create a totally relaxing space. I had the hot stone massage and it was wonderful. The front desk gave me a 10% coupon for the spa so it was such a treat.

The room was amazing - I loved it, it was fantastic. The bed was very comfortable and the whole concept of the bathroom blew me away - water comes out from the ceiling! How cool is that?

I will come back, in fact I am thinking of coming back in July because this hotel rocked my world!

29/03/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
103. Wei Z.
Well there's a reason why this hotel is a solid 5 star out of 5 star on yelp after so many reviews.  Because it *IS* that good.

I travel a load for work, and I would say I am a pretty experienced traveler/hotel person.  So when I say this place deserves 5 star, it has to meet some very high expectations, luckily they were all met.

From the minute I arrived at the curb, to the morning I left, nothing was left out.  The service is impeccable.  The room is stunning.  It has a very modern and chic feeling to it, yet at the same time unpretentious and simple.  The room makes you not even want to get out of the hotel.  Bed is ultra comfortable, the space is amazing.  I got a city view deluxe room, and it was a corner unit, so it actually got a nice water view as well.  The star of the stay is the bathroom.  It's how you would want your bathroom to be done if you had a million dollar home.  Marble through and through, separate stalls and a tub that gets filled from water flowing from the top.  Absolutely amazing and luxurious.

Downstairs has a nice SPA, the facial and massage were both very good.  I had a nice day there.  Great gym for a workout as well.

Oh the hotel is located in a great location too, just a few blocks to all of downtown's activities.  Pike's market or great restaurants are all within walking distance.

There's like absolutely nothing to complain about this place.  I highly recommend it.  If you gotta come to Seattle and stay downtown, stay at this fabulous hotel.

19/06/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
104. Yosafena C.
A calm, quiet, and beauuuutiful oasis centered amongst Pioneer Square, Pike Place Market, and Pacific Place shopping district.  Love the Studio lounge for late night drinks around the fire pit, while being serenaded by a neo-flamenco guitarist in very hip crocodile boots.  

Spacious rooms with great views are appointed in classy, contemporary garb.  The bathrooms are impressive, and the tubs comfortably accommodate two.  Tho the water pouring from the ceiling is a wee bit unnerving, particularly if you need a warm-up mid soak.  You should note that there isn't much privacy for the toilet area, just an etched glass door for separation.  Could be troublesome for shy individuals.  The bedding is scrumptious, the pillows filled with feathery goodness.  The mattresses are very, very firm.  Flat screen TVs with several channels running reels of picturesque world scenes (nice background visuals), ipod hookup, solid wireless connection.

I doubt you'll find better service at any hotel in Seattle.  They've got a trick where the valet knows who you are as you pull up to the hotel - even the very first time.  Hooked up with the DMV?  And they radio the front desk, so they too greet you by name as you enter.  The valets all look like Justin Timberlake.

Bottom line... a truly wonderful experience.

04/04/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
105. Guy P.
I've thrown out a number of 5 Star reviews recently, but all for good reason. And none more than for Hotel 1000. Magnificent rooms, great bar and restaurant downstairs.

Service was also well managed. It was our anniversary, which produced some unexpected kindness, including: top floor upgrade, bottle of wine & chocolates, along with a 3 cupcakes with 'happy anniversary' written in cocoa cream on the plate.

Excellent execution.

04/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
106. Jordan A.
Nice rooms, excellent valet service, excellent location and front desk staff. Valet cost $40 a day and the rooms with "views" are partial Elliot Bay views at best (blocked by buildings).

08/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
107. Shoshana D.
I wish I could live at Hotel 1000. It is the epitomy of what a good hotel should be... every single touch is thought of from the glass of champagne at check-in to bottles of water from the valet left in your car. The tubs are of course amazing, as are the rooms, the lobby design, the virtual golfing, and all the other cool touches. But what made me fall in love with the place was its service. I called down one night when I realized we should have told the valet to leave the car out since we'd be heading to dinner shortly, and when I called back 30 minutes later before I could even say anything the manager asked if we were ready for the car and told us it was being brought around. I stayed in 2 other hotels the same week for work. Both were around the same cost as Hotel 1000. Neither was worth even half the price in comparison.

23/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
108. emily r.
Hotel 1000 has the class, sophistication, polish, and service you want in a spendy downtown hotel. It's also got modern awesomeness that surprised me on my first visit.  Doorbells, electronic "do not disturb" signs, a bar that tells the front desk when you're out of stuff. Hot. There's also a virtual golf room where you can pick your course and "play." It totally puts that game with the roller ball thing to shame.  

Our room had a tub with a ceiling faucet. It was soooo sexy, water pouring out from the ceiling. The rooms were decorated with a very sleek eye. Nice art, cool vases etc. It's also very quiet. I don't recall hearing the buzzing street below, or any of the neighbors. (Although I can't say for sure if the neighbors heard us. heh heh)

Boka (the restaurant) has great bartenders. The front desk staff is genuinely warm. The valets remember you. Whatever they're feeding the staff at that place, it's working.

Comfy beds with soft sheets, too. Awesome downtown location.

Great recommendation for anyone coming to visit who wants comfort and amenities but not in a predictable setting like the Hyatt. This place has style, and a smattering of luxury.

24/09/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
109. Julie C.
Just got back from Seattle after a girls weekend. I primarily booked the hotel after reading rave reviews online - and I must say they were spot on! The hotel was smaller than I expected but the service was outstanding.

Although I booked a basic room I was given a free suite upgrade upon check in (and free bubbly! There was also hot cider available for the non alcoholics). Great room - comfy king bed, pull out sleeper sofa, spacious bathroom, free wifi and waterfront view. Room service is available 24 hrs and priced very reasonably.

You really can't beat the location. It's very close to some of the popular attractions: 5 min walk to the waterfront, 10 min walk to Pike Place, 5 min walk to the Underground tour.

Front desk was friendly, prompt and extremely accommodating. Offered to help set up our sofa bed (yes, please!), provided late check out at 1PM (normally 11AM), and deducted erroneous minibar charges no questions asked (charges were based off a sensor - we moved some items to make room for our Beechers cheese curds!)

The only complaint is the sleeper sofa is thin and not very comfy. But that complaint isn't from me but my poor girlfriends who voluntarily (yes voluntarily) passed up the super comfortable king size bed!

Will definitely stay again and will be recommending it to anyone who's visiting Seattle!

28/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
110. Chris J.
Stayed one night of our honeymoon here, the week before Christmas. Wife couldn't stop raving about the room - especially the tub! Great location, and the service was stellar as well.

15/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
111. Pam C.
The customer service was AMAZING! Before we even checked in the lady at the front desk was offering my bf and I sparkling wine and before we walked in the room this sweet cleaning lady offered us some chocolates.

The hotel is gorgeous and the rooms are spacious! Love this hotel.

31/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
112. Selena P.
This hotel is my favorite hotel in the world...and it's right in my own backyard.  You can tell the measure of a hotel when you are willing to stay there even though you live about 20 minutes away.

I have stayed at the Hotel 1000 three separate times and I have never been disappointed.  The rooms are well appointed and clean.  The decor is warm and soothing with wonderful varying textures, be it on the furniture, in the linens or on the walls.  The bathroom is light and spacious.  I love the deep tub with the water coming from the ceiling, such a fun touch!  The peepshow window shade in the bathroom is fun and seductive.

What I find great about the hotel is the service.  The front desk remembers you and your preferences each time you come back.  The valets are quick and nice.  I love having cocktails and relaxing in the restaurant BOKA.  Their bartenders are great mixologists and friendly as well.

This whole property is top notch to me.  I look for any reason to stay there and it's always my first suggestion when people are looking for hotels in Downtown Seattle.  Hotel 1000 has a repeat customer in me!

20/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
113. David P.
I stayed at Hotel 1000 again last weekend....I've now stayed at the hotel about a half dozen times or more. Not ONCE have I been disappointed with ANY ASPECT of the service, from the front desk reception to the room service to the Spaaaah! to (especially) the wonderful concierges.

A hotel experience doesn't get much better than this. Unfortunately, after staying at Hotel 1000, the level of service you'll be expecting on your next trip will be so high that you'll inevitably be underwhelmed if you stay anywhere else.

I can't wait to get back to Seattle for my next Hotel 1000 experience.

27/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
114. Bryan R.
I really wanted to like this hotel. One of few times that a yelp find kind of let me down.

Booked a water view room over the phone for a 2-room suite on a weekend for my sister's visit to UW.  Told that it will be either 7th or 14th floor depending on check in and she'd mark down a preference for 14.

Stop by Friday right at 4 to check in, looking forward to heading up and getting some work out of the way while my sister finishers her visitor's day.  [1st employee] at front desk is friendly and starts to check me into a room on the 5th floor.  I tell him what I was told on the phone and he says she must have been mixed up because they didn't have any... oh wait there's one on the 14th floor with a water view but it will be a little while because they're replacing one of the TVs.  I say no problem, just give me a call when the room is ready.  He says the keys will be waiting at the front desk.  Head off to check out more of Seattle.  A few hours go by and no call from the front desk.  I call in at 8:30 to ask if the room is ready and they say they're really sorry that no one called but yes the room is ready and come on down.  Get back to the hotel around 9:30 and [employee 2] is at the front desk now.  I tell him my name and that the keys should be waiting.  He said there are no keys but can check me into a different smaller room with no view.  I ask what happened to the room I checked into earlier and he has no idea.  At this point I'm a little annoyed given the hassle so far and he says "oh, there's a room on the 9th floor with a water view" so we head up there to settle in and.... it's a tiny 1-bed room; my sister and I are old enough to have our own beds.  Another call down, another apology at the front desk from [employee 3] and they're checking on it and she'll call me right back.  5 minutes later front desk calls and they're sorry for all the hassle but can't find another room and would like to offer me free parking.


I let her know that the free parking is a nice offer despite the fact that I didn't park there but what I would really want is the room that I booked and paid for and that the 1-bed room will not work for my sister and I.  She says hang on let me check something and she'll call right back.  10 minutes goes by and suddenly the lights in the room start flashing and the TV goes off.  I call down to ask what's going on (at this point I'm thinking I might be on a reality show, like I'm getting Punk'd).  She says oh [employee 2] must be at the door.  I open the door and as he's walking back towards the elevator, he stops and says ah good we've got a suite set up for you down the other end of the hall.  We grab our bags and head over to our one-window room facing a brick wall.  No bath tub with water from the ceiling that I was looking forward to after reading reviews (and told my room would have both over the phone and when I originally checked in).  

We head out to dinner (I let them know I'm still a bit peeved but don't want to deal with it any more that night).  Get back later and the internet connection in the room isn't working.  After 30 minutes trying to get it to work (had to send out work emails) and sitting on hold for their "internet customer service" and talking to 2 more people at the front desk I'm told the entire hotel internet connection is down.  Could have just told me that originally.

Finally, time to go to bed.. pull out the 2nd bed and there's no linens.  Check the closet, nope.  Once again, they seem to have forgotten that this is for my sister and I.  Call down (I think the 10th call to the front desk so far) and they say sorry we'll send that right up.  20 minutes go by and nothing (not kidding, these are actual times).  I call down again and offer to come down and pick it up myself if that's easier.  Again, a "no, I'm so sorry, I'll bring it up myself immediately".  15 minutes later housekeeping arrives with... 5 flat sheets (so much for bringing it up herself).  I have to ask the housekeeper to go and grab a blanket.  I borrow a couple of pillows from the king bed and finally get to sleep around 2am.

Wireless was still down in the morning but was able to get some work done on the now-functioning wired internet using their high-speed internet "lite" service... you have to pay $10 for actual high-speed internet.

Room service came with breakfast with a bill that didn't match the menu.  He just shrugged and said he doesn't know what the menu says it costs.  What's listed as a $12 continental breakfast ends up costing $22 and I get a dry look for leaving a few dollars as tip.

The hotel did continue to offer to try to make it up over the course of the weekend but it wasn't until I was actually checking out that they offered anything worthwhile. I'm glad they adjusted something but I'd rather they didn't have to and we could have just had a nice weekend in the city with a nice hotel to come back to. I'd have to stick to the Watertown Hotel or 4S in the future.

06/08/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
115. Ted R.
Top notch service and spectacular room and a cost that doesn't quite break the bank

18/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
116. Matt D.
This place is pretty swanky :) Rooms are really nice, big tv, comfy beds, sweet bathrooms with clear glass looking out into the main room with a shade you can drop down electronically. The bath tub fills from the ceiling, which is slick, but I take showers so this is nothing more than a novelty. A few things that I don't like: what's up with no fan in the bathroom?? It's not like they can't afford it :p secondly, no fridge, even tho there is plenty of room below the safe. I had to put a few beverages in the mini bar and I hope the weight difference doesn't result in a charge.
Despite these minor inconveniences and fairly high cost, I still like this place. It's worth it for the location, above all, as it is a few blocks from the water and from Pike's Place, along with being close to Hard Rock, which is why I'm in town to begin with :)

28/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
117. Jennie L.
We did an in-city getaway this past weekend for our anniversary and stayed at the Hotel 1000 for the first time!  What a treat- everyone was thoughtful and courteous and congratulated us on our anniversary.  The room was beautifully appointed with a great view.

The spa is very nice and I highly recommend the Lomi lomi massage- wow!

Our only regret was not staying longer and soaking up more of the relaxing atmosphere.  Haven't stayed downtown in awhile?  Definitely time to book a room at the Hotel 1000!  I plan to do it again for holiday shopping. :-)

15/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
118. B L.
A great hotel with terrific staff and service. Can't wait to find another excuse to stay here.

02/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
119. Laura L.
Studio 1000 has excelent ambiance, and all the flavors and drinks from Boka, with out the loud atmosphere. The live music on Fridays and sometimes Saturdays is an absolute positive. The seating is comfortable and low. They have a huge fireplace that also serves as a bar. It's somewhat difficult to describe, but it's a circular fire-pit that serves as a bar. So perfect in the winter!

This place is ideal for an engagement party or a small private party - renting the whole place out would be a wonderful birthday or holiday gathering. Hmmm.... now that I think of it, I have a birthday coming up. In like 6 months. But I think I've found the locale already. Prefectemente.

29/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
120. Jenny B.
This hotel is FABULOUS! My husband and I just got married here on Saturday and everything was perfect! Donna, our catering contact made sure everything flowed seamlessly, even though our wedding party had a total of seven people! We were married down in the wine cellar (very neat!) and then had a catered dinner upstairs in our suite. The food was phenomenal and the service was beyond excellent, if anyone at the table even looked like they needed something, our server was right by their side with a glass of water or a bottle of wine. I was especially impressed with the valet staff who put up with many back and forth trips to the hotel for set up - they didn't mind that we would park in front of the hotel for 5 or 10 minutes at a time throughout the day, I'm used to fancier places really making you feel like they are put out to actually help customers.

We stayed in an executive suite for the night, the bed was huge and plush, the bathtub was more than enough for two and the fill from the ceiling thing was just too awesome for words. The shower had two shower heads - one in the middle and one in the corner, the bathroom alone really made me wish we were planning on staying a few more nights :) We also got a wedding card and bottle of (real) Champagne from the hotel manager wishing us a happy wedding day along with some yummy chocolates. I could go on and on about how wonderful this hotel is...needless to say, I will plan on staying here for any future special occasions and will recommend it to all of my friends!

10/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
121. Carrie L.
Let me start out by saying I am a true hotel geek. I have spent hours reading hotel reviews for every last location I go to, I don't let anyone else book rooms for trips until I have fully researched the hotel, and I am that super annoying friend/girlfriend/family member that insists on staying in no less than a four star (though I prefer a five - who doesn't?) hotel anywhere we go even though none of us (myself included) can really practically afford it. What can I say - I just love a nice hotel.

And now let me say - Hotel 1000 is a NICE hotel. It's swanky, inviting, and aesthetically pleasing, with unique amenities, superb service, and an absolutely awesome location.

And the whole place smells AWESOME. Yes, I told you all I was a hotel geek. One of the neat things about a luxury hotel (or even a 3 star Holiday Inn), is seeing what kind of aromatic atmosphere they have wafting about. This place smells like subtle cinnamon and sandalwood, calming and wonderful.

They have a fantastic lounge with a fireplace in the center, and a fun digital table where you can do anything from zooming in on maps of the city to playing a game of chess or checkers.

The bathrooms are fantastic, as has been previously mentioned I am sure. The water from the ceiling to the tub is quite a nice touch, and the Molton Brown products - sweet!!

I loved the scenic lifelike hi-def pictures cycling through on the flat screen. Oh! And the concierge was professional and extremely helpful - pointing us towards various dining options in the vicinity (we were looking for good but affordable sushi and we got it!).

I could go on and on. This is an absolutely great spot and I'd recommend it to anyone without hesitation. While its certainly not cheap, I've seen (and unfortunately paid) far more expensive rates for not nearly as awesome of a place as Hotel 1000.

05/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
122. Raoul M.
Loved it!!! The hotel is super clean, the rooms are beautiful and cozy, and most importantly the staff is extremely hospitable and friendly. Bravo to team H-1000!!!

16/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
123. Poulina K.
Where do I begin?

I loved everything about this place. Starting with the handsome valet boys, friendly and unpretentious front desk staff and ending with great apps at Boka Kitchen.

Hotel highlights:
1. Uber modern decor, done very tastefully
2. iPod station
3. Very comfortable bed
4. Very centrally located

...and Le Piece de Resistance (drum roll), the bathroom, with all glass shower and free standing big bathtub, with a thick water stream coming from the ceiling...Let's just say it's a girls dream.

Will be staying there again and again.

15/01/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
124. Carmen K.
I can't think of rating this anything less than 5 stars. This hotel is one of the best and nicest hotels I've ever stayed in.

I came here for Valentine's Day weekend - from the moment I got out of the car, I was greeted by the friendly Valet staff and a single stemmed gorgeous red rose. I felt like I was on the Bachelor, hotel version. After checking in, I went upstairs and had a chilled bottle of champagne waiting for me. Not to mention the room was impeccably clean.

Some perks include:
- Free gym access
- Little rubber ducky in the bathroom - how cute is that? Also includes a shower AND a tub
- Great TV Channels and Movies
- The Valet staff - they help you into your car AND hand you your seat belt - now that's service!
- Truffle Fries from room service. SO good.
- Molton Brown products (including, Shampoo, Conditioner, and Body Wash) in the shower.  
- Cozy fireplace for hanging out and reading
- Conveniently located by the water - great for joggers!

I absolutely LOVED my stay here and would definitely recommend this to anyone staying in the Seattle area.

16/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
125. Kaegan D.
Although this is my first review, I've been using Yelp for over a year to make decisions on restaurants and hotel without any problem. This is the first time that a Yelp recommendation fell far short of the expectations set by its reviews.

Hotel 1000 is gorgeous, there is no doubt about that. The rooms are stunning, and all the physical amenities are gorgeous. It's the service where it falls short. My boyfriend and I were there on our anniversary, and when we arrived a bit early, we were told the room would be ready in an hour, but it in fact took close to two hours for the room to become ready. Although we were promised a complimentary bottle of champagne, we did not receive it until 6 hours had passed from when it was originally promised and 3 phone calls had been made to the concierge requesting it. By the time it had arrived we had already gone out to get our own bottle, had a bath, gone for dinner, and returned.

The cable necessary to hook up our laptop to the much lauded television system was not in the room, so I had to tip a technician to deliver one. When we went to use the system, there was no sound. It turns out a small speaker was hidden under the desk with no documentation in the room mentioning its presence, and it had been turned off. Not one but TWO technicians came up to the room to simply flip the on switch. I had to tip them as well to resolve something that shouldn't have been an issue to begin with.

We had ordered breakfast the night before for the morning, and were awakened early because the delivery guy knocked on the wrong door. We then waited 30 minutes beyond the time we had requested it be delivered, giving us little time to prepare for our massage downstairs. The breakfast was small and uninteresting. When we went to make coffee with the french press, we found cheese curds in the kettle, as a previous guest had opted to use it to make macaroni. These are not issues I'd expect to find at such a highly reviewed, and might I say, very expensive hotel. I spent close to $500 in one night at this hotel, and could've spent much money much better elsewhere. I spent close to $50 tipping people to come up to our room to fix things that shouldn't have needed to be fixed.

I do not recommend this hotel to anyone wishing to have a pleasurable experience in Seattle.

30/11/09 | Link | Rating: 1.0
126. Nicole P.
If you are looking for a property that is worth every penny, look no further. Hotel 1000 defines vacation and relaxation. The rooms are clean, modern and spacious. There is a floor to ceiling window in front of the bathtub. It's a great tub to have a martini in and enjoy the waterfront view. But don't worry there is a shade if needed. Customer service was excellent from the time we checked in to catching a cab to the airport. The on-site restaurant, Boka was great too but it's the customer service and dedication to make your experience fantastic that will keep me coming back!

01/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
127. Donna H.
Ran away from home for the weekend (27th anniversary) and stayed here with "himself" - arrived earlier than planned Friday morning, but no problem! Room was ready and waiting, complimentary strawberries were delivered, yum!  Later in the day also complimentary champagne!  Fantastic stay, great staff, lovely bath tubs.  TV is pretty dodgy, but oh well, find something else to do :)  Definitely recommend to others, want to stay again soon!

10/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
128. Crystal G.
So I'm catching up on my reviews - can't believe I haven't gotten around to this one yet.....
Stayed here for our 7 year anniversary even though we're local.  Not cheap, but had heard good things and figured it was worth the splurge...nope.
Now, it is a nice hotel, yes, however it is not $350+/night nice.  
Yes, the water comes down from the ceiling (cool!) but it takes forever for the tub to fill that way, and as you'd imagine it splashes onto the floor, and the floor is the kind that is VERY slippery when wet.  We ended up using 50% of our towels just to keep from breaking our necks.
Concierge was super helpful and awesome, before hand I'd set up to have a DVD player in the room and also have a cake delivered while we were out to dinner.  The raspberry chocolate cake was TO DIE FOR.  OMG it was awesome.  
In the morning we ordered breakfast via room service and when it came we needed a few things (forks, box for cake, etc) and the guy said he'd be right back with it and never returned.  
In the end I don't think it's worth the amount per night - but an a-ok place.

08/08/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
129. erica c.
My husband and I planned a last minute trip to Seattle and, snob that I am, I chose the Hotel 1000.  

Let me just say that it was EVERYTHING it's website boasts.  The accommodations were pristine, hip and comfortable.  The staff was great and the concierge - I believe his name is Eric - was amazing.  He set up an entire day of touristy stuff for me within my time frame.  

Definitely stay at this hotel and definitely let the concierge assist with your plans.

19/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
130. Jaemi A.
I just love staying at the Hotel 1000! Each time I've stayed there, I have felt like, and was treated like, royalty. This property was recommended to me by a friends, and I am so glad I finally stayed there.

The decor is modern and elegant, without being too "over-the-top." The suite is a great place for small get-togethers or just a private weekend away.

I LOVE THE BATHTUBS, and the bathrooms in general. I have a thing with bathrooms, and by far, Hotel 1000 offers superb elegance and relaxation.

I love this place!

28/04/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
131. Susan L.
I haven't stayed at a hotel that impressed me this much in a long time. I would have gladly paid at least double for this level of quality but fortunately, I didn't! $150/night bought me absolute luxury and endless fine touches that did not go unnoticed.

Here's the list of things that made me go "wow!":

- Molton Brown bath products (smartly, they bolted large bottles of product to the wall so you can't steal)
- Starbucks coffee equipped with French press and water heater
- Flat screen with scenic landscapes and nature sounds
- Granite galore
- Personalized touch screen phone
- Audio and iPhone cords provided
- 24/hr room service
- Choice of Seattle Times, NY TImes, or WSJ in the morning
- Redonkulous bath tub with water pouring out of the ceiling
- Microsoft surface table in "The Studio"

To top off this list, we got some serious 5-star service. When you valet your car, they return it with ice cold bottles of water in the cup holders. Every time! The staff also addressed us by name every time we came and left the building. I was absolutely blown away by Hotel 1000 but the price is shockingly low. Get it while it's hot because these people would be dumb to keep these low rates for long!

24/01/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
132. Stuart g.
A magnificent experience from start to finish.

My wife and I decided to treat ourselves upon a recent visit to Seattle and wow ! we were treated. Excellent valet service and front desk staff. The treat of a glass of champagne as I was checking in was a stroke of genius, I instantly relaxed after driving for the last few hours. The room itself was just a statement is friendly luxury - best hotel bathtub ever - it has to be seen to be appreciated!. The finale of putting bottles of water in my car when I was checking out just classy !

Hotel 1000 - thank you !

03/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
133. Neice K.
Had a wonderful stay this past weekend.  This Hotel takes customer service to a whole new level.  We were upgraded to a suite due to a glitch in our original reservation, the staff were exceptional in the way they handled all of our requests.  Had a bday celebration with a sister, so a yummy cupcake was delivered to the room, with all of us raving about it, so they sent up three more complimentary cupcakes, who wouldn't have loved that??  The bathroom was large, beautiful, and the soaps and lotions amazing.  

It is a treat to have a car at our disposal for the evening, so we were chauffered by the young and oh so cute Ben, yes, I am old enough to be his Mom, but he was still fun to chat with about Seattle's night life.  The Purple Lounge was a huge hit with us, we will return.

Come prepared to pay lots in parking fees, but overall this place will be a must return to in my next visit to Seattle.  Thanks!!

01/05/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
134. R O.
I love this place; I've stayed here three times now, and I've always been impressed with the comfort, the modern design, the restaurant & bar, and the general calm of the place. Service is efficient and friendly and unhurried and unobtrusive. For me, staying here is the highlight of any trip to Seattle.

Try and get a room on the water side. The back is fine but Puget Sound makes for a better view.

25/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
135. Adam T.
I'm very particular about certain things that probably shouldn't matter as much--like hotel design--and from what I saw online, the hotel 1000 looked a little too dark and teal-y for my taste. but everyone raved about it and they had free wifi and I was able to get a great deal online, so I booked it anyway.

best. decision. ever.

the pics online don't do it justice--rooms are much brighter in real life. cool art on the walls, huge flat screen TV (the screen displayed my name to welcome me when I first turned it on--the telephone was also personalized with my name and a greeting), large bathroom with separate closet for the toilet, molton brown bath products, and simply the best towels I've ever experienced in a hotel--super plush and very absorbent.

if that weren't enough, their service is beyond amazing. I like to think I'm pretty self-reliant and I've never given much notice to hotel service, but I think it's because I've never experienced such attention to detail before. I had booked my first night via a discount website and then my second night with some credit card reward points--two separate but consecutive reservations under the same name. I was initially planning to call ahead and try to work out getting the same room both nights but my procrastination (and laziness, there I said it) got the better of me. But no worries--as soon as I arrived they were on top of it and were able to book me in the same room that had 2 beds (as requested but not guaranteed via the websites I booked through).

And when my flight home was a few hours after check-out and I had some time to kill before heading back to the airport, the hotel was happy to store my luggage (the front desk attendant told me I could leave my bags with them for as long as I wanted) while I took one last run around Pike Place Market.

I won't stay anywhere else when traveling to Seattle again.

11/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
136. Jay Y.
Gorgeous hotel in the middle of everything!  GREAT location!  It's where everything happens!

The bathrooms, the lobby, and the restaurant/bar are all great!  There's another room with a fire pit to stay warm and have a quiet conversation with a date after your dinner at BOKA.

16/11/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
137. Diane S.
Only stayed for a night, but the hotel was beautiful and the staff was wonderful. I want to specifically mention Alice who made our stay extra special. Close to great restaurants and everything. Stay here.

22/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
138. Marian M.
To be honest, I'm not normally a "boutique" kind of hotel person.  I travel a lot, for work and fun, and often on government rate, so I'm usually looking for relatively inexpensive but good hotel, and often a chain where I know what to expect and can get my points.  Often I find boutique is code for quirky in a bad way.  But when traveling to Seattle for work this week, I found no preferred chains close to my hotel, and the Hotel 1000  was right next door to my work, and kept popping up as the best hotel on every list, so I decided to give it a try.  I am so glad I did!

This hotel is amazing.  If there were nothing else, the location is just fabulous.  So close to the waterfront, Pioneer Square, and Pike Place Market.  However, there's so much more.  The bathroom of course, with the huge tubs, the great HD big screen, the very comfortable beds, and I'm fussy with beds, having a sleep number bed at home.

The room is filled with great touches, like the lighted magnified mirror, the clock in the bathroom, the usb charger and ipod cords, the robes, and even the rubber duck.  All of these extra touches raise the hotel from ordinary to outstanding.  And the people who work here are wonderfully friendly and helpful.  There's not much I can say that hasn't already been said about this hotel, except that I'm sad that I only have two more nights here.  I hope that when I come to town again I'll be able to stay here.

11/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
139. Leslie T.
I have stayed at this chic boutique hotel over 85 times, and every time I walk in the front door I instantly feel at home. I travel for work, and to me it was more important to find a place that makes me feel at home every time I am on the road, even if it means forgoing hotel rewards. I have food allergies, and the because the Hotel 1000 is like family to me they go out of their way to make sure I always have special food every time I arrive.

The fitness facility is better than most chain hotels, and for a boutique hotel that is pretty impressive. I have used the spa several times, and each time I do I manage to forget everything about work for 90 minutes. The property is set up very well for business or weekend travel. You can walk to Belltown, Pike's Market, or downtown, and the Hotel 1000 will even drive you to your destination in their black Cadillac sedan if you are headed somewhere close by.

I can't say enough about this spot. I have honestly given up thousands of hotel rewards points, because to me nothing else compares to feeling like your staying with friends every time you check in.

03/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
140. Zlata Z.
Merry, merry, it's definitely time to be merry if you're staying at the Hotel 1000, located in the heart of downtown Seattle. My husband and I, although local (we live just a few blocks from the hotel), decided to treat ourselves this Christmas and got a "B&B with a Twist" package that included cocktails and breakfast. Ricardo, who's been taking care of us, went above and beyond his duties by upgrading us to the nicest room in the building and including a bottle of champagne and chocolate-covered strawberries in our room. The room itself was breathtaking, especially the giant tub with the view of the city. The attentive staff, glorious food (the All-American breakfast delivered to your room) and amazing amenities will make your stay unforgettable.

One negative thing is that time flies too fast when you're there:)

25/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
141. Jamee N.
I have never had the level of service in any hotel that I have ever stayed in prior to this one.  Wow, I mean just A++++.  Service starts as soon as we drove up.  We were greeted with champagne at the concierge, and as soon as we stepped into our suite it felt like home.  A full six chair dining table set is in the living room with the sofa, tv, stocks of drinks and snacks.  I brought in a bottle of champagne and didn't even have to ask for flutes or ice, it was offered to me.  I was in the hall way and ran into one of the staff members and asked if she could tell me where the ice was.  She gladly walked me to a hidden wooden compartment in front of the elevator where individual ice packs were stocked.  I thought that was such a great idea and super sanitary to say the least.   The best room is the bathroom.  The bath tub was my fave with the water that flows from the ceiling and the little rubber ducky... super cute!  The shower was a great size and all the bath products they provide I wanted to buy for myself.  The service, again, phenomenal.  We had complimentary chauffeur service throughout our stay.  This hotel is conveniently located walking distance to Pike Place  and all the things one needs in the city.  I couldn't imagine staying anywhere else when coming to Seattle.

05/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
142. Kelsey S.
As I sit in my posh room and look out on the water, I feel so cozy and happy. It is sexy, modern and has great features.
The bathtub has a spout that pours from the ceiling. YES, the ceiling! It's pretty amazing.
The service is top notch. Everyone from housekeeping staff walking by, to the front desk attendant are very personable and friendly.
One perk that I found helpful is there is a computer quiosk on every floor that is available for all guests to use for printing/general use. Love being able to print out my boarding pass at my leisure.
Last but not least, I just went to the Spaahh and it is the.best .spa I've been to. Great service, and my facial turned out to be a massage as well. Heidi is fantastic. She helped me come up with a great skin regimen for my sensitive skin. Bravo!

05/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
143. Ms J K.
I selected Hotel 1000 because of the Yelp reviews and wanted to treat my mom to a holiday trip, but unfortunately, have to give it only 2 stars.
The person who checked us in seemed really uninterested in doing so,  the room had a really damp, dank odor that permeated the room.

I have to give points for decor and for the proximity to some really nice tourist places to visit- that was the saving grace.
When I checked out, I relayed the above information to yet another disinterested front desk person.

Perhaps another hotel resting on past laurels? Really disappointing!

01/01/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
144. katy g.
I always wanted to go to Seattle to visit Pike's Place, Space Needle, The Fremont Troll, etc, so finally I came to Seattle.  My visit to Seattle was great, but Hotel 1000 made my trip AWESOME!  

Hotel 1000 location and service was outstanding.  The room was spacious and the tub was the best I have ever seen, with the water coming from the ceiling to fill the tub up.  This is the best hotel I have ever stayed in.  

This is the only place I will be staying when I am in Seattle.

Thank You Hotel 1000! :)

03/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
145. Oriana I.
My boyfriend got us a night at this hotel for Valentine's day! Even though we only live a few miles away, it was a nice mini-vacation!

My boyfriend arrived first, a few hours early as we were going to get lunch nearby, but they told him he could check in right away! The room he ad reserved (facing the water) wasn't available, so they upgraded us for free to a corner room with a view! SO beautiful! Floor to ceiling windows facing the bay and the stadiums. Gorgeous!

The room was very spacious with a large entry-way, with the bathroom first. The tub is just what I expected from the reviews, except our bathroom also had a floor to ceiling window (with a privacy screen) and two rubber duckies waiting for us! The bedroom/living was very comfortable, and there was a full sized couch, coffee table and arm chair. The TV swiveled and had every type of audio/hdmi in/out plug you could want. My boyfriend was upset he didn't bring his hdmi cable so we could watch a movie from his laptop on the big tv!

Around 5 or so, a woman RANG THE DOORBELL (my boyfriend thought it was awesome that the room had a doorbell) and offered to "refresh" our room and gave us as many Seattle Chocolates as we wanted (all flavors - yum!!!)

We ordered room service from Boka, and here is where the hotel loses a star. I had the grilled cheese with soup, and the graham cracker ice cream. The grilled cheese was VERY greasy - delicious, but greasy. The ice cream was divine! However, the next morning I woke up incredibly ill...you don't wanna know the details, but it was bad. The hotel extended our check-out time a little bit so I could stay curled up in the fetal position in the comfy bed, and my boyfriend was able to buy me some pepto bismol and a gatorade at their store. I hovered in the lobby for a little bit, and can tell you the lobby bathroom is very nice too.

I don't know if it was food poisoning or what, but I was really sick. Would I stay there again and eat the graham cracker ice cream? Most definitely. The grilled cheese? Not a chance.

17/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
146. Jeremiah C.
From the incompetence I suffered at the front desk, to lack of a bellman, to an inexperienced front desk manager...  This hotel has some problems.

The room was nice enough, but the service and staff were soooo bad, we left the hotel, didn't stay a single night there, and booked a fabulous one bedroom suite at the Alexis across the street.  Now I stay at either the Alexis Hotel or the new Four Seasons.  I say don't waste any time or money on Hotel 1000.

12/05/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
147. Allison G.
My husband and I went here for a "staycation" weekend and had a great time.  The rooms are very nicely appointed and modern.  The bathroom was great with the awesome tub that everyone talks about.  Generally, they are very beautiful rooms stocked with everything you need.

I was a little shocked when I opened the fridge to chill our champagne.  I started taking things out to make room and then saw a tiny sign on the side of the door explaining that the fridge was "computerized" and therefore, anything you take out you are automatically charged for!  Wasn't expecting that.  But when we called down to the front desk, they were very  understanding and told us not to worry about it...and that it happens all the time (ooookay..maybe you should change that!).

We did visit the casual restaurant downstairs (I forgot the name, but it's known as the "kitchen and bar" side) and it was pretty cool.  Very cool lighting, great people watching, excellent dessert and pretty good service for Seattle (it's not what we are known for here).

Valet parking is pretty expensive (around $32 a night) but it's convenient and you don't have to worry about it.  They do nice little touches like leaving bottled water in your car, etc.

I thought the staff were helpful and friendly.  Wasn't so thrilled that we called and asked them to send us up some plates and utensils and it took 20 mins...

Room service was pricey (as usual) but certainly tasty.

The hotel kind of prides itself on being "tech-y" but sometimes it was just confusing.  For instance..I looked everywhere for the "Do Not Disturb" tag and had to finally call down to the front desk to ask them where it was..little did I know that there is a button by the door that you use to show when to make up your room, do not disturb, etc.  I think places should integrate a higher level of technology in their business only when it makes their customers lives easier.  Sometimes it's just unnecessary.

I may be being nit picky..but if I pay a lot for a room, I really don't expect any "snags".  Not to say that our stay there wasn't great, because it was.  But sometimes the little things make all the difference.

17/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
148. Maria E.
This hotel is amazing. Staff is lovely, the concierge boys are so sweet, I'd like to take them home.

I will definitely stay again.

10/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
149. Mikal W.
Wow, where to start? My wife and I attended a party they put on here for the Oscar's. We didn't know what to expect. I had high expectations since I had to go out and get slacks. I know I'm a bum for not owning or wanting to wear slacks, but I am a total northwest guy. So for me to wears slacks there has to be a good reason.

We pull up to the Valet which happened to be complimentary. As soon as we step out a man in a Tux escorts my wife and I down the red carpet passing the ginormous Oscar award guy. We walk into the Hotel and proceed to the coat/check in room. We are given 2 gold envelopes with our names on them. The envelops contained 4 free drink tickets and a tickets to receive a swag bag worth $250 per bag at the end of the event. While the ladies were checking our names on the list we were brought champagne, which by the way we were served champagne throughout the night at no charge.

Just before we hop into the elevator to the floor where the party was being held we were summoned by a photog and he stood us in front of the step and repeat backdrop for a photo op.

As we arrived to the floor of the party we are again greeted by someone in a tux who directs us to more champagne. We were hungry so we decided to check out the food. We walk into one of the many themed rooms they had and found the most amazing seafood spread. We had the crab legs, fresh oysters, tuna tartar, mussels, lox, huge prawns, cheese's, caviar on top of a mini buckwheat pancake with creme fraiche, and some other stuff I forget. It was phenomenal. When one of the waiters asked me how everything was I told him it was great, he than said you should try the other food room! I said whhhaattt? Yup sure enough that was just the seafood room, there was a whole other room with twice as much different food. Hells to the yeah!

As we left the seafood room to get a seat a lady grabs us to take pictures in the photo booth. The wife and I posed with our mocked Oscars and walked away with an awesome photo booth picture.

We got some drinks and headed to the white room, which was crazy go nuts awesome. We watched some of the pre-show stuff and the whole time there are waitresses bringing droves of different appetizers. More caviar, skewered shrimp with remoulade, mini burgers, bruschetta, I'll stop there but there was many more.

After a couple of hours some drinks and good old Oscar watching we were hungry again. So we checked out the other food room. DANG GENA.. Glazed rack of lamb?!?!?! All you can eat?!?!? Cooked perfectly?!?!?! Salmon, an array of cheese's, salad, shrimp, chicken.... Ok I'm gonna stop there, I'm starting to have lustful thoughts about food.

Every employee we encountered was an amazing delight. The party was just insane. The drinks were all top shelf and made perfectly.Teatro ZinZanni people were there to take pictures, it was great. By far one of the best times we had.

So lets break this down. All you can drink champagne, any 4 drinks for free, unlimited caviar, seafood, rack of lamb, and a gazzilion more food items, never ending waitress served appetizers, amazing desserts, awesome people, insane party time, treated like royalty and a swag bag worth over $250 a piece! Priceless.... Well not really but damn close. It was only $65 per person, I would have paid a lot more than that for all that we got.

Words cannot describe how awesome it was. We will never miss an event here. On our way out we stopped at their Boka bar/restaurant for a cocktail before heading home, it was awesome.

Who rocks the party? Hotel 1000 rocks the party.

P.S. I never thought I could have so much fun with 7 foot anorexic women and men wearing pants that look like they belong to their girlfriends.

*Disclaimer: Kids, eating disorders and tall women are no joking matter. Neither is wearing pants that are 2 sizes too small.

08/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
150. Sean V.
My girlfriend and I spent 3 days at Hotel 1000 for a getaway weekend.  

While we were impressed by the room, service, and location we might elect to stay elsewhere should we go back to Seattle anytime soon.  Our reason is not really the hotel's fault.  It's just that it is a trendy hotel in the middle of one the least trendy cities in the US.  Once again unfair, but the truth.  Also there were a couple of amenities: like complimentary car service, and digitized art in the rooms, that I heard mentioned in other reviews that eluded us.  Perhaps one needs to stay in a suite to get those offerings, but when we asked our bellhop about it, he looked at us as if we had been smoking some of Seattle's finest.  Lesson learned: don't get your expectations too tweaked up from OD'ing on reviews.

We also happen to be there while the hotel was throwing a Oscar Party Fundraiser, so we thought we'd go.  Definitely a nice event, but WAY too wanna be ??? for our taste.  We knew we in trouble when we noticed some of those super stretch limos dropping guests off out front.  Most guests were in black tie and fancy evening gowns.  While the hotel did a fantastic job with decor, food, and spreading out TVs to watch the Oscar action, this event just did not work for us.  Except to get dressed up, we couldn't figure out why most of the people came.  It didn't feel as if it were to meet new people or watch the Oscars, both of which were on our agenda.  While this might be a nice event for the right people and attitude, it didn't meet our energy well.

While Hotel 1000 is a fine place to stay, it is not well integrated into what became my sense of Seattle's style.

PS. Perfect place for a business trip!

07/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
151. Christin M.
I don't normally go to a lot of hotels. Only when I go on vacations here and there. However, I read the reviews on this one and looked at the photos online and was quite smitten. It was a getaway weekend with my boyfriend and we decided to RSVP here. If I could give 10 stars I would. The ambiance was comforting, the staff was awesome, all the little details for customer service was exceptional.

The weekend itself was incredible. Fine dining and lots to do. At Hotel 1000 I received an unexpected surprise. My boyfriend proposed to me right there in our room. I couldn't have asked for better. The bathtubs were so amazing and the attention to detail was comforting. The TV had your name on it when you go in...the beds were exceptionally comfortable and everything was clean. Like NO dust anywhere.

The Boka Bar downstairs is classy and cool with a soft hue of color changing walls and delicious foods and drinks. The staff there is so nice and helpful. I have been in customer service most my life, so coming in as a customer and receiving the treatment that I did made me feel so good. This will be my hotel of choice when I ever need a stay-cation.

Thank you Hotel 1000 for making my weekend truly unforgettable!

03/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
152. Elizabeth A.
I can't say enough good things about this place. We did a Pacific Northwest tour for our honeymoon and found this hotel and its staff to be our favorite in service and accomodations. And that crazy tub that fills from the ceiling!

From sending us a newlywed dessert to storing our car an extra night when we ferried to Victoria, they really seemed concerned with making us happy.

We look forward to returning to Seattle and i'd stay again here in a heartbeat.

14/04/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
153. Kayla Z.
Let me just start off by saying that I am kind of a hotel snob.  Even with all of the lovely hotels I've stayed at over the years, I'm pretty sure Hotel 1000 has a solid spot in the top 3.  (Four Seasons Maui & The Wynn in Vegas being the other 2).  

This place is classy without being stuffy.  The decor is lovely but not overdone. The rooms are impeccably clean.  The views are spectacular.  The bath tubs deserve a review of their own, that is how much I loved these damn tubs.  I've already reviews Boka which is the hotels restaurant an it got soaring marks from me as well.   If I *had* to pick something about the hotel that I didn't like it would be the price, but even that isn't *that* bad.  I just want it to be dirt cheap so I can come here once a month.

Hotel 1000 will definitely be my #1 choice everytime I'm in Seattle.

27/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
154. Josh F.
Beautiful property with good customer service!  Just don't ask the Concierge for dining tips.  It will be hard to stay any place other than here when in Seattle.

31/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
155. kevin l.
This place is awesome.

Glass of champagne when you check in, everyone's really friendly, your name is on the HDTV screen, the bath tub fills in from the ceiling.

There's nothing to not like about it. It's perfect!

17/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
156. Mel H.
Um, all I can say is, I felt like I hit the jackpot staying here.  I found Hotel 1000 via Yelp and am happily adding to its slew of 5-star reviews.

Um, valet out front on a cold November night. Love it.
Offer of champagne or hot cider while checking in.  Super love it.
Patient and helpful front desk, even when my debit/visa was acting wonky (was it the cold? hmmm).  Awesome.
Bellhop has taken our stuff to the room even before we have finished at the desk.  (Of course, the Oaklander in me was like, WHERE ARE OUR BAGS? DID HE TAKE THEM?)  (Oh, you can take the girl out of the city...)
Room: AMAZING.  
That bath tub?  What?  Insane.
Room service had a nice variety of items; the burger was priced about right and it came with fries cooked in truffle oil--TRUFFLE OIL--so, I can't be a hater, I was too busy chewing and licking the grains of sea salt off my fingers.
Free breakfast the next morning?  Can I live here?

02/01/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
157. Joshua B.
Absolutely fantastic, A+, best modern boutique-y hotel in Seattle (as of the writing of this review, I'm sure this will be utterly false in a couple of years).

We stayed here for an in-city overnight getaway and loved it. Everything contributes to the lush and modern feel of Hotel 1000 - from the cool lighting in the lobby, to the artisticly lit (but not too dark) hallways, to the panoramic view of Elliot Bay (at least from our room). Little things like the high-tech "do not disturb" buttons and flat screen TV add to the ambiance as well. Then there's killer touches like the like the ceiling-filler for the bathtub and the glass wall separating the bathroom from the bedroom (makes the bedroom appear much larger, and there's a privacy shade you can lower when you're using the tub if you prefer). Total eye candy, but in a functional way.

Definitely a 1st class splurge, but totally worth it (if you ask me, and you did, so I'm telling you).

18/08/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
158. Teresa C.
Last Wednesday, my husband and I decided to celebrate our 25th wedding anniversary at the Hotel 1000. We were greeted with a glass of bubbly, which set the tone for the entire experience. Our suite was beautifully appointed (I wondered if they changed the artwork to suit the occasion, as the works in our room were romantically inspired), with little details that delight: superb coffee, gorgeous robes, a bath tub that one could swim in, with a novel water spigot from the ceiling, to the rather lovely Moulton Brown toiletries and a couple of glorious books on the region, scattered on the coffee table.  We enjoyed a delicious happy hour at Boka, conveniently located in the hotel (truffled French fries are a must!).  The staff were all so very friendly and accommodating. I would highly recommend this hotel.

05/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
159. Stefanie F.
AMAZING. That's the best word to describe this chic, ulta-luxe hotel in Downtown Seattle. The amenities are incredible, the service is top notch, and the decor is absolutely beautiful. I stayed here once before for a bachelorette party and had a great time, so when I was looking for a hotel to book for my boyfriend's birthday, Hotel 1000 was the only place that popped in my mind. The concierge is extremely friendly, and when I specified it was my boyfriend's birthday, they made sure to go the extra mile to make sure he felt like a pampered guest. Upon arrival, we were greeted with a "Happy Birthday", and we received a complimentary upgrade from a deluxe city view room to an incredible corner city view suite. We even got to check in early!

When we returned to the hotel a few hours later, we found a plate of delicious macaroons and a white chocolate shell decorated with the words "Happy Birthday, Steven!". Such a great touch!

Before we left for dinner, we went downstairs to the golf center, which was so much fun. We had drinks and some snacks that were both delicious (try the White Peach Cosmo, it's officially my new favorite drink).

The bathroom is UNBELIEVABLE. Definitely take the opportunity to soak in the HUGE tub that fills from the ceiling. And the soap, shampoo and bubble bath smells soooo good. The fluffy white robes made us feel like royalty, and the "Moodz" TV channel made me feel like I was at a spa.

The bed was so comfortable, the room smelled so clean, and the in-room breakfast service we received the following morning was absolutely delicious. I can go on and on about this hotel. And when we were leaving (sad) we found two water bottles in the car waiting for us.

I hope this hotel is around for years to come so I can keep coming back! I won't stay anywhere else in Seattle. Hotel 1000 is simply the best of the best!

22/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
160. Mitzi V.
As everyone else has said, mostly impeccable.  Only complaint, the barely warm room service breakfast that was total overkill on the smoked salmon.  Still giving it 5 stars because I'm sure if we had complained, they would have made it right.  Just wasn't worth it given how tired we were from our night on the town.  

Otherwise, one of the best hotels I have stayed at world wide thanks for the perfectly pitched customer service and fantastic rooms.  Tell them re your special occasion - we had a very nice cheese plate and anniversary card waiting for us in our room.

(p.s.: i don't think the "city view" is worth the upcharge. not much to see from the 5th floor but another office building window, i see someone took a photo).

14/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
161. Foodie M.
If you're interested in planning a wedding at Hotel 1000, I would say DON'T DO IT!!  My fiance and I received horrible service from the Director of Catering.  We scheduled a site visit with Brooke Byrne, of which she was 15 minutes late and completely unprepared.  She did not have the information that that we provided via the online RFP form.  In addition, she failed to mention beforehand that the venue would not be able to accomodate 150 guests.  Ms. Brynes did not offer an apology for inconveniencing us, nor for her tardiness.  My fiance and I both took time off from work for the site visit, of which was a complete waste of time.  We have heard many great things about Hotel 1000 but are extremely disappointed with the unprofessionalism and lack of respect we received.

20/04/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
162. Megan H.
Since we couldn't go out of town for memorial day weekend, my bofyriend suggested we get a hotel downtown, go out to a nice dinner ( El Gaucho) and go out dancing.

So I turned to yelp, and you guys def didn't let me down! Thankfully I was able to book a room last min late Friday night for Saturday. Upon checking in, we were offered champagne, and moments later went up to our room. It was amazing! We had a parlor suite, it was as big as my old apartment! Haha. Had a few drinks at BOKA on the patio, since it was absolutely gorgeous on Saturday.

Got ready to go out, and remembering that the front desk had mentioned a complementary car service, we called down and asked if it was available, and it was! We arrived to El Gaucho in style, (not in an old smelly cab)

Woke up the next morning and had room service, nothing like eating breakfast in a comfy oversized robe in the comfort of your beautiful hotel room! :) All in all, a very nice relaxing weekend, I would not only stay here again, but highly recommend! Next time I want to try the spa.

02/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
163. Jennifer H.
My husband and I are local but wanted to go downtown for our anniversary and have a special night.  We stayed at Hotel 1000 and were very impressed with the hotel and its staff.  They had  a "happy hour" with sparkling wine to sip by a fire but also sent up a complimentary bottle of wine and some chocolates to help us celebrate our anniversary.   We hadn't mentioned it when reserving the room but the valet (yes, they even have valet parking) happened to nonchalantly ask if we were celebrating something and then must have passed on the information to the front desk.  Nice touch.  The room with city view was very nice, the bed was comfortable, and the bathtub was spectacular.  It fills from the ceiling and is big enough for two!  You could choose to take a bath with the city view or use the remote to close the privacy shade.  Another luxurious detail about the "gourmet" bathroom was that they had Molton Brown washes, soaps, shampoos, rinses and lotions for use.  They not only feel great but smell great as well.  
Overall an excellent experience at Hotel 1000 and look forward to our next visit.

29/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
164. Dan S.
Whoever gave Hotel 1000 anything less than 5 stars is insane.  I'm a consultant and travel quite a bit and I have NEVER found a hotel as AWESOME as Hotel 1000.  I've stayed at the Ritz at multiple locations and they have NOTHING on Hotel 1000.  I've probably spent 40 to 60 nights in Hotel 1000 over the past 4 years.  After 4 or 5 stays, the front desk would know me as I walked in the door sunday nights to check in.  I had been staying in the W, but discovered Hotel 1000 one night and never looked back.  Don't get me wrong, the W is a great hotel, but Hotel 1000 is a local hotel you can't EVER pass up.

I'll break it down for you:

Rooms:  Simply insane.  The beds are great, the bathrooms are spectacular (the filler for the tub is on the ceiling!), and the room has an incredible TV and sound system.  The minibar is stocked with local beers, which is awesome.  I learned about Skuttlebutt beer from Hotel 1000!  As I was checking out one week, I mentioned that my fiance was returning with me in two weeks and we had just gotten engaged.  [now I go to the service side of the hotel]

Service: After mentioning that I had just gotten engaged and my fiance was flying in with me, they set my fiance (now my wife) up with an incredible suite.  I didn't even ask!!  The suite was INCREDIBLE.  We still talk about it!  

Food: The room service is very trendy and was very good.  Being that I was there so often, I opted to always go to the Lounge (exit the elevators, turn right towards the exit, and make a left into the lounge) and the food and drink selection was always great.  They had the fire on during the winter and I could often be found working on my laptop by the ring of fire.  The restaurant (go towards the exit and turn right) had an amazing pear, cheese, honey, and walnut appetizer

Gym: Yeah, it's a little small, but it has what you need.  I'm a runner, so a treadmill and basic weights is all I need.  And that's all I used.  Worked for me!  Plus, i was usually in the gym by 5:15am most mornings, so it wasn't ever crowded.  

If you're staying in Seattle for any reason, try to get a room at Hotel 1000.  It's worth whatever they're charging!  Unless you want to keep your bar low on what's a "nice hotel", then stay over at the Sheraton.  They always have room.

30/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
165. Patrick S.
They probably are the most customer service providing hotel I have ever been to. They are great.

The only reason for the 3 stars is at check in they give you flutes of champagne and mine had glass in it that I drank and luckily it just cut my mouth before I could have swallowed it which could have been much worse. She said that never happened and I believe it.  They did send up a free bottle of house champagne for that.

And they had a package for rose pedals in the bed and they sis the turn down but forgot the pedals. But they so try to fulfill every request and we will be back but will probably skip the champagne service. Ouch.

02/07/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
166. Jeff D.
Dear Hotel 1000:

I hate you.  I hate that I never knew about you when I worked in Seattle.  I will never forgive you.  However, the awesome bathtub, beautiful room, hot apple cider, sweet golf in the basement, excellent valets, cool staff, world-class shower, great location, computer checkers next to the fire, rubber duckies, donuts for my donut-loving body, etc etc.  has made me forgive you already.

09/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
167. StJohnsmama A.
I would only recommend this hotel to people who enjoy being kicked out onto the street in the middle of the night for celebrating (responsibly and at a reasonable noise level).  Maybe I should be more specific, people who enjoy being kicked out of their hotel room and then PAYING for it anyway.  
This is what happened to us.  We booked the presidential suite on a Saturday night. and informed the staff that we would be bringing a small group of friends back to the room to celebrate after an event.  The staff was did not protest this request.
Rather than informing our party that we were being disruptive and allowing us the opportunity to continue our celebration more quietly--the staff of Hotel 1000 demanded that every person, including the person who booked and paid for the room, to leave immediately.  Although we did not spend more than 2 hours in this hotel room and were ejected in an abrupt and rude manner--Hotel 1000 still charged our friend $1000.  
In my opinion, presidential suites can be expected to be used by guests who intend on celebrating and that guests should be allowed at least one request to be quieter before they are forced out onto the street.  
The most obnoxious thing about this situation is that Hotel 1000 still charged my friend $1000 for the room--that he was not even allowed to occupy.  
Unethical business.

10/11/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
168. Tony Z.
Best value by far. Our room was around $200/night for the deluxe room with a king bed. The staff was so welcoming the entire time we were there. My girlfriend and I got engaged that weekend and they gave us a complimentary bottle of champagne and a personal note congratulating us.

The city view room was great. The bathrooms were huge and the tub was clean and relaxing. We couldn't have asked for more.  Parking was expensive so we just opted to park on the street a few block away which was no problem and definitely worth it. I'd go back in a heartbeat. Oh, they also had a snow machine running over the entrance for the holiday season which was very cool.

05/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
169. Olive K.
This was the most fantastic hotel experience we have ever had. We were greeted with a glass of complimentary prosecco when we arrived, and the staff were the most courteous and professional that we have encountered. We were staying for my birthday, and upon arriving in our room that evening found a box of chocolates,  a gift card for two free drinks, and a card wishing me a happy birthday. We were regularly driven between the hotel and the shopping strip in a gorgeous white Lexus by friendly and prompt drivers for no extra charge, and overall were thoroughly impressed.

The rooms themselves were amazing. There was clear glass between the bed and the bath (and blinds for those who prefer not to enjoy this feature) and the bath itself was roomy for two. We were treated to a lovely red rose that we put in the bathroom for added romance, and the water falling from the ceiling to fill the bath was truly extraordinary.

If you want a fantastic vacation and to treat the one you love, this is the place to go. We can't recommend it highly enough.

11/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
170. Angie A.
LOVED staying here!! Great location! Great service!! Great room! Will stay here again!!

18/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
171. Jenn T.
Fantastic hotel! I took my boyfriend to Hotel 1000 for his birthday weekend in January. He travels all over the world and is used to staying in nice hotels so I was trying to find something a little different and special - well I definitely found it with Hotel 1000. The staff make a point of greeting you by name and they make it clear from the moment you arrive that your experience is important to them. Check in was easy, the room was clean, modern and stylish. The bathroom was huge, and as others have mentioned beautiful. The bed was big and comfy. On our second night (his actual birthday) a box of chocolates, free cocktail coupons for the Boka Lounge downstairs and a birthday card were waiting for him in the room. On the last day I was running late to get to my train home (I live in Portland) and the staff happily rushed my bags down, helped me get my boarding passes printed and drove me to the train station.

We had such a great time that we sent my parents there later in January for their 45th wedding anniversary. I mentioned that they don't drink and when they arrived in their room chocolates and sparkling cider were waiting for them. My parents are still raving about their weekend in Seattle. I can't wait for another excuse to celebrate in Seattle!

27/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
172. Danie B.
Disclaimer: I normally wouldn't stay on a pricey hotel like this unless it's on someone else's dime.

Basically, it's an upscale hotel.  The rooms are clean, nicely decorated, up to date, with great amenities.  The room service menu is pretty good, but like most room service meals, they're expensive. dur.

My favorite things about this hotels are:

- free valet service (downtown area only and when available.)  
- the staff was incredible
    ex. I used the Valet service to get to a sports facility 7 mins away from the hotel.  When we arrived at the destination, the place looked closed for the night, but I was sure that people were still there so the staff, Miles, offered to wait to make sure that there are people and I wouldn't be stuck at a sketchy place of town.
         When I checked in, a staff misinformed me that I could drop off mail without postage and they'll take care of the postage.  When I came back, another staff told me that they didn't do that.  But instead of shooing me away to deal with it myself, he said he'll handle it.  Score!

The reason why I didn't give this hotel a five star is because of their 24 hour gym.  They have good equipment, however, i think they have too many.  They could do without two so that there are at least some space for people to stretch or lift weights.

Overall, I enjoyed my stay.  Unless you get a great deal, I don't think the price is worth it.

23/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
173. Lisa H.
Outstanding service, plush rooms, fabulous bathrooms with huge sunken tubs that fill from the ceiling, exceptional Molton Brown bath products, I cannot say enough about the truly wonderful experience I had at Hotel 1000. Easily one of my best hotel experiences ever, and the conference attended here was that much better from the hotel staff's attention to service.  STAY HERE. You will not be disappointed. Free wi-if, turn down service, super nice concierge - next time I'm in Seattle I will do my novel best to stay here again. Kudos.

28/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
174. Benjamin A.
Spent my anniversary there last weekend and it was a memorable one.  From the moment we reached the valet, the service was excellent the whole stay through.

The room was amazing and had various amenities that made our stay worth every penny. Whenever I was in the room I spent it mostly in my bathrobe that came with the room. Will definitely return here!

09/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
175. J G.
A great experience. All staff were very attentive and the facility was beautiful. Great location within walking distance of a lot of great places in the downtown area.

20/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
176. Sabrina B.
There aren't enough words to convey how amazing this hotel is.

From the moment we stepped through the door during our arrival to the moment we walked outside to depart for home, we were treated like royalty.

Everyone was perfect and went above and beyond the call of duty to accommodate my fiance and I. I ordered flowers ahead of time and they were waiting in the room and perfect - excellent bouquet. When I ordered champagne and strawberries they were waiting in the room exactly when promised.

Every morning we ordered room service and not only were they punctual, the food was delicious and the staff was friendly and fun.

When we had a medical issue at 4 in the morning the concierge and front desk staff had an emergency room address and a town car waiting at the curb as soon as we set foot out of the elevator. They checked on us several times after returning home from the hospital to ensure everything was okay.

We didn't use the library but we did cruise through and check it out. The lounge on the first floor was comfy and mellow - perfect for relaxing with a mid afternoon snack before heading off to more tourist spots.

The concierge was on point in every way - he even went as far as to say he would have brought me a suit jacket from home had I told him I needed one last minute. So adorable and kind.

I wish EVERY hotel in the world could be as perfect as this one.

29/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
177. Jimmy D.
This hotel is fantastic. Rooms are modern and spacious. The location is within walking distance of everything fun in Downtown Seattle, including Safeco field. The restaurant and bar are not only very good, but reasonably priced for an upscale joint. After we checked out and were at the airport, on our way back to San Francisco, we realized we had left OUR CAR KEYS in OUR ROOM!! We desperately called the hotel in a panic. They said "no problem"  and promptly DROVE THE KEYS TO US and handed them off just before takeoff. Amazing!! Ten stars!!!

22/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
178. TJ U.
Spectacular service, great bathrooms, and furnished well. - but, they went terribly wrong on the one thing that is a must. The BEDS are NOT comfortable!! So bad that I put the covers on the floor.

29/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
179. Tom L.
My girlfriend and I did a staycation here, for a night to celebrate her birthday. Hotel is located in downtown Seattle, on 1st Ave and Madison St. The hotel had easy walking access to Belltown and Pioneer Square, which is where some of the night life takes place.

As we pulled up to the hotel we had to get our car valet parked (not really a choice unless you want to find your own parking garage). The valet attendant asked us for my name, which I gave, and then he relayed to reception. Once we walked into the lobby of the hotel, we were greeted by the reception desk by name. My girlfriend decided to get some water, which had been flavored with cucumbers. Never really thought about using cucumbers to flavor water, but it was good. They also gave us a complimentary glass of sparkling wine. My girlfriend was already giddy about the hotel.

After checking in we went upstairs to the room, which was on the 7th floor (i think). The room was immaculate. Everything was nice and neat. The room definitely had modern feel to it along with all the modern conveniences, which included a plassma TV, iPod dock/radio, hook ups for electronics/computers, etc.  There was also a minibar, which is touch sensitive.  The bed was very comfortable and the linens were clean.  Our room didn't have much of a view, unfortunately, because we weren't high enough.  I think some of the units on the upper floors could see over the building, across the street.

I thought the bathroom was pretty interesting.  Everything there was partitioned off with frosted glass, with the exception of the bath tub.  Now the bath tub was unique, because the spout was located in the ceiling.  It was also a little messy, cause it splashed water all over the place as you filled the tub.  But again everything was very clean and they provided shampoo, body wash, conditioner, etc.

Hotel 1000 has an attached restaurant, but my girlfriend and I never tried it out.  Also located in the hotel is a virtual golf course.  The lounge in the hotel has a big open fireplace and a Microsoft Surface table, that you can play a number of classic board games on it.  

Overall our experience at Hotel 1000 was very good.  We would definitely go back there again.

05/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
180. J L.
Best hotel experience ever!

Staff is super friendly. We had an issue with our room reservation. We reserved a the ADA room because when making the reservation I was told it was the only waterview room available left (in the price point I was looking). I asked how it would be different & the person told me it would have grab bars around the tub and toilet. I thought 'oh that's okay.'  When we arrived, there was no tub (roll in shower only).  I was really disappointed because I wanted the tub over the view. The bellhop came up with our bags and asked how we liked the room.  I explained I was disappointed because I wanted to experience their tub. He said he would let the front desk know and that someone would call me.  They called within 5 minutes and sent someone up with our new keys.  They moved us one room over to a bigger room (with a sitting area)... and the tub.  I expected a room with the tub but without the view.  They exceeded my expectations with the resolution. We were so impressed with how they handled the situation: quick, no blame, can-do solution attitude.   I think it says a lot about their hotel and the service they provide.

Other things to know: great location easy walk to downtown (Great Wheel, Ivars) waterfront & Pike Place Market.  Room exceeded expectations: tub was wonderful, comfy soft bed & yes rubber ducky welcomed us.

The true winner though, is the staff. They were super friendly, genuine.

20/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
181. Judith G.
Stayed at the Hotel 1000 for a night in Seattle. Having stayed at a number of downtown Seattle hotels I had never heard of this particular establishment. I found a good price on Expedia and thought we would try it out. It was the best hotel experience I have had yet in Seattle. Upon arriving at 9 in the morning, we had no expectation of our room being ready any time soon, intending instead to explore downtown Seattle.  Our room was ready within 15 minutes. Wonderful room. If I could complain about anything it would be that I wished the bathroom had a tub but the shower was wonderful so I won't.    The staff was wonderful.  From the valets to the front desk to the concierge,  all greeted us with a smile. Great value, great location. I will be visiting again.

24/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
182. Colleen C.
I recently had my birthday at Studio 1000. It was the perfect place! My guests (20 of us) started out with dinner, sitting around the large round table with the gas fire in the center. Although, we had to turn off the fire because it got very hot.

Not sure for weekends, but for Friday, the bar/food minimum is $1000. Happy hour started at 10pm, and anything ordered at that time also went towards our minimum.

The service was FABULOUS! They were very tentative, even the bartender who was stationed in Studio 1000. Due to our large party size BOKA let us select a few starters/entrees/dessert and then created our own customized menu. We even started 30 minutes late and the food came out very quickly and all of it was timed very well. We had a few people come in late and they were able to rush their orders so they would come out with the rest of the groups.

They even let us set up our own DJ for the party.  They did not have coat check but did bring in a coat rack. We had more guests show up after the dinner. We were able to fit about 40-50 people in the room comfortably. Overall, Studio 1000 was very accommodating. I would recommend this place to host any type of party!

21/03/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
183. Valeria C.
This hotel is absolutely gorgeous.... Top notch Chic, extremely romantic... you cannot go wrong. Treat your sweetheart to it and they will be wowed. The room is beautiful, the view is great. the rooms are very spacious, but the bathroom is absolutely the best. The bathtub is gorgeous and the ceiling dropping water faucet into the tub makes it for the BEST EVER bathroom hotel we have stayed in, and even more so at their price. The location is fantastic, smack in the middle of downtown Seattle, couple of blocks from pike place with great restaurants all around. Service is also great, this is truly an amazing value. I live in Bellevue which is only a 15 minutes car ride from Seattle and stayed there for a night out with the hubby, but I would not stay anywhere else in Seattle if I was visiting from out of town or simply looking for a nice night on the down. Second to them on luxury and cost is only Edgewater for the history, but less modern feel and  Inn at the Market for being steps out to Pike Place. If you are coming to Seattle, this is definitely the place to stay....WOW!!!!!

15/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
184. Brandie W.
Had an amazing birthday experience! Every time we came back to the room another surprise was waiting including balloons, roses, candles & chocolates! Wonderful!

22/04/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
185. Julian H.
Possibly the nicest place I've ever stayed.  Tasteful art, lovely lighting, warm textures and colors, and a very contemporary feeling.  Beautiful bathroom fixtures, including a bathtub that is filled from a spout in the ceiling!  I also loved the window channel.  

Also outstanding service.  Check out my photo showing the cupcakes that the desk guy, noting it was my birthday, sent up just to be nice.  

Note that great last minute weekend rates can sometimes be found on the website.  Great for staycationers.

09/02/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
186. Patti J.
This hotel is in a word AMAZING!!!!
This is the only place to stay in Seattle. I have traveled all over and can honestly say the service, staff, room and overall stay is the best I have ever experienced!
The people who work here are all incredible. You are greeted by the front desk with sparking wine, the room is beautifully appointed with a great tub, glass walled bath area and even a cute yellow rubber duck! Keruig coffee maker with Starbucks coffee, devine bedding and sheets...this is first class all the way. They have a town car available with driver to take you around down town...all part of your stay. It was our anniversary and when we arrived back to our room after a long day on the town there was a bottle of chilled champagne and chocolates awating us! Best of all was the personalized note that accompanied it. I cannot express what a unique and beautiful experience you will receive at this boutique hotel. Hotel 1000 is a true gem.Thank you for such a great stay!

20/09/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
187. Ahlam S.
Celebrated our two year anniversary here. GORGEOUS ROOMS! Great Service and amenities.

Hotel 1000 pulls out all the stops for their guests! Definitely re-visiting this hotel in the future.

18/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
188. Jackie D.
Let me start by saying that I deliberated between Pan Pacific and Hotel 1000 for about a month before I finally chose Hotel 1000.

Please for those of you doubting yourselves or torn between Hotel 1000 and somewhere else, I have one thing to point out: LOCATION LOCATION LOCATION!
Before making my decision, I was contacted by a social media coordinator, who read my forum post asking about Hotel 1000. She gave me some insight into the hotel and even put me in touch with a manager who could take care of a concern I had. They have a policy to charge an authorization one nights charge plus $200 per night upon arrival. This is ONLY an authorization. We were going to be there 4 nights so $1000 plus seemed ridiculous. Upon check in, they only authorized for $400. We didnt even have to ask her to do it, but she accommodated us.

Upon check in, the doormen were super cute and nice. Miko at the front desk was helpful, friendly and a fellow foodie so we would often touch base with her when we came and went. The concierge was excellent. Eric made reservations for us before we even got there, gave great advice, followed up with us and as a nice touch send us a free appetizer to the waterfront grill where he had recommended us to. His tip was earned:)

The hotel is modern, clean, and comfortable. Our double bed room was on the 12th floor with a city view which was just fine with us. We were told they only have ONE room with double beds that faces the water view and it was taken.  Its noisy only if you open the window which opens only slightly. The bathroom is amazing (yes water from the ceiling- took baths everyday). The beds are AWESOME, bar is really cool, the safe came in handy, the tv screen-savers were fun, loved the ipod deck, turn down service everyday, helpful staff 24/7 and great products in the bathroom.

AGAIN, when in doubt, LOCATION. Seattle has hills like SF. Do not disregard this as it will add to the time when trying to go to Pikes place, anywhere near the water and generally the heart of downtown. We were a 5 min walk away from Pikes place, the library, the water and so much more. OUr taxi rides were never more than $10 for ANYWHERE we went. LOVED LOVED LOVED this. Saved so much money staying here because of this.

We really didnt want to leave the hotel on the last day. Even weeks after our trip we are still talking about our cozy room, the beds and our friends who work there.

28/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
189. Rachel H.
This was our first trip to Seattle, and boy did Hotel 1000 help to make it a great one. What a wonderful hotel. The staff is so accommodating, the amenities are lovely, the room was amazing, the view was breathtaking, the room service was impeccable.  We will be back, and we will be staying here again!  Worth every penny. The valets and drivers were super helpful, so take advantage of the free in-town car service. Oh the only TINY complaint I have - the bath towels were like using an emery board to dry off with - rough and worn.  I should have just asked for newer ones, but both days they were like that.

01/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
190. Ken V.
Plenty of others have weighed in here on all the facets of this hotel, but I just wanted to say that the customer service at this place would bump my Yelp stars to 17.  We got the normal wine/rose at check in, and I mentioned we were there celebrating L's birthday. The next afternoon, completely out of the blue, someone shows up at our door with fresh made pumpkin taffies because it was her birthday.  That type of attention to detail will get repeated visits from me.  And, it's the second best bathroom in a hotel that I've ever experienced. (The Venetian in LV tops it just because it has a TV in there.)  We'll definitely be coming back the next time we're in Seattle.

22/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
191. Sarah C.
My husband and I took a weekend trip to Seattle to celebrate his birthday and our anniversary.  We decided to splurge and stay at Hotel 1000 - what a great decision!  This is a superb hotel.  From the moment we pulled up at the valet parking each and every staff member treated us like royalty.  Glass of champagne at check in?  Sure!  Complimentary truffles and champagne in our room to celebrate our anniversary?  Why yes!  Bottle of red wine in our room on our second evening?  Amazing!  
The room itself was beautifully appointed and had lots of little touches that revealed the quality of the hotel.  We ate at the restaurant, BOKA, several times during our stay and the food and cocktails were great.  I also utilized the fitness center and it was clean and had lots of free weights and machines.
Overall, a wonderful hotel and it will now be our go to place when we visit Seattle.

09/12/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
192. Kelly O.
After having stayed at the hotel three times (all work-related) I can confidently rate this hotel as five stars. From the warm professionalism and prompt service to the immaculate facilities it is always a treat to stay at Hotel 1000 (particularly since I'm always there for work).

My personal tastes prefer the small scale of boutique hotels and Hotel 1000 is a perfect fit - beautiful, dark palette for its rooms, easy to navigate and a staff that treats you like a true guest. Its restaurant hotel, Boka, offers variety with its menu and the food is prepared well.

I've also used the gym (small but well stocked with good equipment) but not the golf course or spa. Like the other reviewers said, the bathrooms ARE amazing and the tub does fill from the ceiling. I think you could stay soley in the bathroom and be entirely contented. I also really, really like the glass wall that separates the bathroom from the main living area. A retracting screen affords you privacy but the glass wall really does add something extra to the experience.

Two (minor) dings come to mind: two times there's been inconsistent wireless internet. A wired connection is available but then you have to work from the desk rather than the bed. Also, after having stayed at a Marriott, Embassy Suites, and Sheraton the bed at Hotel 1000 comes up a bit short. Don't get me wrong, the bed has standard upscale dressings (six soft pillows, crisp linens, etc) and is very comfortable but doesn't come anywhere close to the bed experience of those other hotels. Having said that, if I'd never experienced those hotel beds I'd be entirely satisfied with my night's rest at Hotel 1000.

I'm always a little sad when I leave but it's worth it. When I'm at Hotel 1000 I feel relaxed and pampered - I come out feeling better than when I went it.

11/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
193. Jack L.
Overall, a great hotel. Nice modern rooms, attentive and friendly staff, and a good location.

On the down side, Valet parking is expensive, and your only option. The bath tub in our room was dirty upon arrival. Lastly, the TV was constantly pixelated. It was almost unwatchable.

09/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
194. Cash M.
I had lunch here with my wife and enjoyed every bite.  Cocktails looked good also and prices were fair.  I missed out on that ) :   We both went for the hamburger....  Mmmmmm so yummmy!!!  The fry's served with it also tasted out of this world.  I had to order another round of the fry's.  I can say that we will be headed back soon.  No wait and it was a football day.  Lots of pregamers hanging out.

11/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
195. Bernadette N.
Love.  This is by far THE best hotel stay I've had, hands down.  

I gave up my SPG points to stay at this hotel, and I'm glad.  Whenever I need to go to Seattle, this is definitely where I will be staying.  

There is a fascinating thing that hotels do nowadays, I don't know how they do it, but right when I walked in, they knew who I was.  Tripped me out.  

I can't say enough positive things about this hotel.  I have no cons.  Shortly upon my checking in, I got a knock on a door with a sweet lady who welcomed me with delicious snacks and a little welcome card.  

Left for a dinner meeting (see my review on Altura) and came back to a little chocolate mint on pillow with bed turned down.  

Next day, I ordered room service - breakfast was DEELISH.  Wow.  

Oh and the room decor?  Specatcular.  See other photos that were posted.  Can't beat that.  

Little amenities galore, including fluffy bathrobe which is a must for me!  10 stars if I could.

22/05/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
196. Russ N.
We went for an anniversary celebration and it couldn't have been better! The  moment we arrived we were wished "Happy Anniversary" from the valet to the servers at dinner and breakfast. Other surprises were the greeting on the widescreen in our room, in-house made chocolates and a bottle of chilled champagne. Everything was classy and added to a great night. Even the soaking tub for two  with a cute rubber duck! Try their bar called BOKA during happy hour for tasty sharing plates. We'll be back!

24/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
197. Ruth K.
One of the better hotels I've ever stayed at. The two executives with whom I was traveling were staying at the Fairmont (the old Ritz), so when the driver dropped me off in front of the Hotel 1000 and I looked around the downtown scene around me and the front of the hotel, I definitely thought I'd made a mistake booking here. Same when I registered in the small lobby. But then I got to my room---FANTASTIC!!!

The bathroom deserves a review all its own. It is glass-walled, with a deep soak tub. You won't see spigots, but the wall holds an obvious control which, when you turn it, causes the water to flow --- from the ceiling !!! You get your own rubber duck to float in the water in case you're lonely, and a loofah to use with their nice soap amenity. I got up an hour early just so I could make coffee in the room --- in a FRENCH PRESS instead of the usual rubbish ---- turned on the HD "Moodz" relaxation video, and watched it through the glass wall while I soaked in the tub. Can you think of a better way to start the day? I doubt it.

The room was beautifully appointed, modern with a touch of zen, perfect lighting throughout, I was greeted by homemade shortbread, water and a nice note from the management. The over-sized complimentary robe was higher end, a nice soft fabric lined in terry, very comfortable. On arrival the HD relaxation program was playing, the air slightly scented with I-don't-know-what, and really, all I can say is that this place was just lovely. Plus, they served me a great breakfast before I checked out, and the doorman was extremely friendly and helpful.

Next time in town it'll be? ... The Hotel 1000 again (and perhaps again and again).

10/06/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
198. Reba M.
Hands down one of my favorite hotels so far in Seattle. Parking was only $39 for the entire stay versus $50 at other hotels downtown. We checked in and were given a glass of sparkling wine each. Walking into my room I was so impressed. Spacious clean. The bathroom was the beautiful with a bath tub that the water comes out of the ceiling privacy curtains by a push of a button. The no disturb sign is a light on the door not a card you leave on the knob. We actually forgot to push the button snd came back from dinner to a freshly clean room with clean fresh slippers at the bed. They even followed up by calling me just to double check I was happy with everything. And at the end when we got our car back they had two water bottles I'm there for our drive home. Best customer service. I will be back for sure. Free wi-fi. Close to safeco and pikes market.

11/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
199. Caesar S.
We booked Hotel 1000 for two nights through a popular "Hotels" booking website. Upon arrival, we were told they had our reservation, but didn't have a room for us. The guy at the desk said they would drive us to a nicer property in their courtesy car. After 10 minutes in the cold, we were rushed into a cab and taken to a dingy and much older hotel that wasn't close to anything.

We were given the runaround when we called back to Hotel 1000. I get the impression from the other hotel that this is a common occurrence.  I've left two messages with the reservation manager at Hotel 1000, but she doesn't return my calls. I've tried to write a 1 star review on the website I booked it on, but somehow it keeps getting kicked back even though I've followed the instructions to a tee.

I would not recommend booking a room here, you may not even get to stay here if you do. You can read all you want about the rubber duckies and great location, doesn't mean you'll get to experience any of it.

I really have no recourse except to warn others of this unethical practice.

12/02/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
200. Timothy K.
My wife and I have traveled far and wide  this was the single best experience I've ever had at a Hotel. From the greeting by the Valet to the Valet bringing our car around with the AC on and cold bottles of water in the cup holders (it was an unseasonably hot day in Seattle) every detail was cared for and service was impecible.

11/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
201. Kelly G.
This hotel has spoiled me for all others.

Husband and I picked Hotel 1000 for a nice getaway after dinner downtown. Billed as technologically advanced, I was looking forward to the visit. And the hotel did not disappoint.

Valet parking was great - although warning, it's right around a corner and if you blink you miss the cut in to the curb. But, eh, it's Seattle, just a quick trip around the block to fix it. Check in with sparkling wine and prompt, incredible service at the front desk.

The room, with king sized bed, was very spacious, warm, and inviting. The bathroom - I cannot rave enough about the size of the soaking tub that fills from the ceiling. The plethora of amenities available - don't know whether to thank or curse for being turned on to Molton Brown products - made getting ready for dinner luxurious. What I loved the most was that the room was not designed like most hotel rooms - as a place to crash after a long day - instead I would've felt I missed out on the ambiance had I done just that.

In room service for breakfast was friendly and prompt. Good food, will have to review Boka separately. Check out was painless and again, incredible service. I would've liked the mini bar information to have been propped up front and center on the desk instead of tucked into the back - then I wouldn't have handled all the little goodies, but no harm done.

All in all, an enthusiastic yes to staying again and perhaps trying out some virtual golf or the spa.

10/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
202. Monica C.

My boyfriend & I were spending our 7 year anniversary in Seattle for 1 night and 2 days and thank goodness we went with this sexyass hotel to celebrate 7 years of US! From the minute we arrived and introduced ourselves, the concierge/valet guy greeted us with a, "Hello! We've been expecting you! Happy Anniversary!" We then checked in at the front desk  where we were also greeted with a cordial, "Happy Anniversary!" and the same concierge guy proceeded to come over with a red rose for me.... UHMMM... have I just arrived at Disneyland where they all greet you with a "Happy Birthday!" because of the birthday pin you're wearing?!???!? NO! But we certainly have arrived at Hotel 1000 that made me feel like the happiest girl in the worldddd!!

Upon entering our Grand Luxe Parlor Suite with a view of Downtown Seattle (gorgeous and worth every penny in every single square inch of that 575 square foot room!), I was surprisingly stunned and even more ecstatic to find red rose petals intricately placed all over the lovely king sized bed, a bottle of champagne, strawberries, and a letter from the hotel addressed to "Mr. and Mrs." AHHHHHH... SO I HAVE ENTERED THE HAPPIEST PLACE IN THE WORLD! Not to mention, though my boyfriend did surprise me with the upgrade of the suite, the hotel surprised the both of us with all of these things being COMPLIMENTARY! HAPPY ANNIVERSARY TO US!!!!

Okay. Overall, hands down, out of the 2 days we were in Seattle, 3/4 of our trip was spent in our beautiful hotel suite...trust me, you won't want to leave.......! Oh yeah, and that bathtub that everybody has so many good things to say about.....believe what you read, it's ALL TRUE. It's definitely one sexyass tub, totally fits two people ;] The whole clean, sleek, modern feel of Hotel 1000 + their hotel bar/restaurant, Boka,  combined with top of the line customer service all around--that makes your experience in Seattle truly feel like Disneyland--is why YOU need to book your anniversary/birthday/getaway/random trip here at this hotel. I'm telling you, I left feeling like I was at the happiest place in the world. The experience was beyond magical.

Hotel 1000, I'm in love.

21/11/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
203. Daniel S.
Hotel 1000 how distinct are thee? Let me count the ways...1000 to be exact, according to the plasma TV display in my room, minutes after checkin. Checkin was a breeze, with Alice at the front desk helm. She gave me champagne to celebrate my coming to Hotel 1000 (much worthy).

When i went up, my room greeted me with champagne and cookies and tv sights/sounds, OH MY!`! There was a BOSS ASS bathtub (that i only experienced on my second to last day) that filled from the ceiling and came complete with towel set, rubber ducky, and bath soap, OH MY~! The bathroom was hella classy and modern, and one of the walls was pure glass, letting you see the bedroom and more importantly, the tv. Scalding hot bubble bath while watching family guy was pretty awesome.

Bar food was delicious and charged to room. FREE WIFI was a great plus!!~ IT costs like 13.95 at some less scrupoulous and valuable venues. Hence Hotel 1000 is a win. Epic, even. On my first trip to Seattle, I stayed at the Renaissance. This past two times I stayed at Hotel 1000, and I am quite delighted at the switch. I dont always choose to stay in seattle hotels, but when i do, i prefer Hotel 1000.

After two visits and 8 days, I have only discovered perhaps 100 of the 1000 things that make hotel 1000 unique. Ill be back to find more~! ^_^

Oh two quick tips:

1) Try to stay away from the rooms bordering the back alley if u can. I had 505. There is a lot of noise in the morning from garbage trucks and crap. My second stay was in 509 facing 1st street, and that was no problem wrt noise.

2) After washing your face, wipe the sink or be careful not to press ur hips against it, lest you get the wetness all over your pants crotch right before cursing and darting off to work because you only brought one pair of pants X_X

My name is Boris Yelpsin, and I approve this message.

25/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
204. Jen B.
This boutique hotel is well located to walk Seattle and enjoy the waterfront, art scene, Pioneer Square, or catch a clean, efficient city bus to other locations.  The room was well appointed with great linens & fluffy towels, high quality toiletries, up to date electronics including a docking station to play my own music and charge all of my devices.  The staff was always friendly, helpful and professional from the doorman to the maintenance man that came and put fresh batteries in the TV remote for me.  The front desk staff went above and beyond to upgrade my web deal reservation for "city view" to a high floor, full waterfront view.  I booked this hotel because of their location and the pictures of the AMAZING free standing deep soak bath tub in almost all rooms, but I was blown away at how much more I got for my money.  Plush, modern, a great splurge!

22/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
205. Kim G.
Stayed just 1 night, could easily stay a week! Amazingly attentive and friendly staff. Our room wasn't quite ready when we arrived so not only do they give you a glass of sparkling wine at check in, they gave us two free drink coupons for Boka while we waited. There's also a great lounge (seating area separate from Boka) with seating around a fire pit and a MS Surface table to play with.

Once our room was ready our bags were already in it. It was modern, beautiful and cozy with lots of comfy feather pillows, down comforter and a mattress with just the right amount of firmness. Even loved the artwork on the walls! We were lucky enough to be on the 12th floor with a view of the water and the ferris wheel.  A bubble bath is a must once you see the tub; water that comes from the ceiling and a cute rubber ducky!

In the am they serve coffee and vegan donuts in the lounge. Had a great stay and felt that the price certainly mirrors the level of service they provide here (including the valet, that not only puts bottled water in your car, they open your door and hand you your seatbelt). Highly recommended and already looking forward to planning our next visit!

23/12/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
206. Carl A.
This place is great and the service was wonderful!!!

Once they found out it was my birthday - I was greeted at the front desk and on the phone with warm wishes as well as sparkling wine.  They gave me a beautiful room with nice views of the water.  I am not sure how or when but they prepped my room before I got in at night so that my stay was the most comfortable it could be.  I am not a bath kind of guy - but the bath was so inviting that I took 2!  They also transported my luggage for me to my room when I was out shopping as I got in a bit early.   Did not make it down to the restaurant or happy hour but I did order late night room service - tomato soup, grilled cheese and truffle fries - YUM.

The room and the views were beautiful but even more importantly the service was AWESOME!!!

09/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
207. Azin D.
I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel. The location is absolutely perfect; it's about a 15 minute walk to Pike's Place and all the other downtown attractions.

It's what I would consider a boutique hotel, which I prefer over big chains. The front desk guys and gals were very friendly and the rooms were large and clean. They even left me a happy bday card and chocolate while I was out. They also provided FREE towncar rides to places nearby... talk about great service.

07/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
208. Zul A.
I came into town to attend and talk at a tech conference so my mind was engaged with work and didn't think much of the hotel that I was about to check into (my reservation was handled by the company that I was representing).  I was told that it was near the event location which it was.  And later to my pleasant surprise, near to everything else too!  As I drove in, I noticed that it had a very unassuming, minimal facade. Ok I thought, this is a straight-up business hotel.  But the super-attentive service was immediate the moment I handed my car over to valet.  The overall aesthetics of the lobby was minimal but super clean, modern, practical, warm, with full attention to details.  This coincided with the service as they made me feel very welcomed and important from the get go.  Champagne at check-in?  F* Yeah!

Great first impression but things get better. The elevators are "smart"; there are only two of them but there's almost always one available.  In my three nights of stay, I never had to wait more than a dozen seconds.  And even better. To simply put, the room was impressive.  Not gaudy or huge but just superb for someone like me on a business trip who needed just the right amount of space to work, chill, and rest.  Super modern but comfy and warm at the same time with tasteful decor and color coordination to boot with. Everything about the room reeked "quality, modern, tasteful, and comfort" without going into the realm of fluffy elegance. The most amazing for me was the bathroom which was easily a few notches above standard.  Open glass wall with retractable screen for privacy.  Ceiling faucet that ran water to the bathtub which in itself an incredible tub that's able to immerse the whole body for a full bathing experience.  If you do check into this hotel, you gotta use their bathtub. And you just gotta love a hotel that'll provide you with a rubber ducky to play with!  Separate shower stall. I do feel bad that my colleague screwed up two of their rooms when he accidentally dozed off while running the water (but that's another story)!!  Hotel 1000 offers an amazing boutique experience that defines a new standard of comfort in an elegantly modern way with a service that's synergistic to its form.

UPDATE:  I had to knock down a star from 5-stars because the hotel ended up charging my colleague $1000 due to the lost of revenue from the 2 rooms he flooded.  It was an honest accident.  He flew in from Japan, jet-lagged, and tired from 3 days of conference attendance.  He just wanted to take a bath before crashing out.  It's not like he partied his ass off or got drunk, ran the water, and passed out.  If the hotel would have sucked this up, you can bet that the good words would reverberate into the channels of the corporation that he works for and it will pay back even more in the future. Too bad for the management's somewhat petty assessment. Still a kickass hotel.  Just be careful. It is obvious now that there's a weak spot in their water guard/drainage design and you will be held accountable for accidents.

31/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
209. DeathandFood H.
If you like the W and want a place in tourist areas of seattle or are on a business trip this is a good option for you. I still prefer to stay at the Gaslight Inn on Capital Hill but for a hotel it hit all the right notes.

The room are in the style of the W with what they claim are Asian and Pacific Northwest style. The ceilings are really low and our view was of an office building where I could clearly see the people. If I stay here again I would asked to moved to a room with a better view. Loved the bathroom which was inclosed with only glass walls (but has a motorized wall blind for the shy folks), a huge two person soaker tub with a ceiling mounted faucet and a separate shower. I liked there was a desk as well as a comfy chair. I didn't like that the refrig was fully stocked and made especially for their minibar so you can't put any of your own food in it.

Love that they have 24 hour room service and that the food actually comes for Boka the award winning restaurant located downstairs. The menu is smaller after 10pm but getting grilled cheese at 2 in the morning is always good. We ended up getting room service for a late dinner one night and the food was as good as the food served in the restaurant.

I really like that they have electronic buttons on the door to request cleaning staff but one day they didn't clean the room even though we requested it. They also offer complimentary newspapers either the  WSJ, the NYT or the Seattle Times but they got our request mixed up one of the days we were there. As mentioned by others the TV reception was very bad but we didn't care. There was both wifi and ports in the room.

We were quoted a price of 20 dollars a day for the valet parking but they ended up charging us 38 dollars a day but the valets were quick and professional.

All the staff were professional, polite and helpful.

30/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
210. A N.
Awesome hotel -- great service, reasonable rates, perfect central location.
Would highly recommend.

Room service is great. As many have noted, the bathrooms are on par with a world class hotel / even better than the 4 Seasons across the street.

23/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
211. Michelle C.
Excellent hotel.  Really, one of the nicer boutique hotels and I travel a lot for work.  Rooms are a good size and comfortable.  The only downside is there isn't that large of a working desk, and the lighting over the desk was not the best, but not enough to ding them a star.  The bathroom is really nice and modern - love the Molton Brown products.  

Service is great.  Everyone is super friendly and helpful.  I really like their free wireless and business center.  It makes working on the road that much simpler.  And, the food in Boka is really good - I went back more than once even though I could have gone elsewhere.  I highly recommend this hotel if you are in downtown Seattle.

15/11/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
212. Alex S.
I cannot talk about the beauty of this place and actually do it justive.

Located downtown in the middle of everything (seriously, we easily walked to all that we wanted to see in the area right from our hotel), I was impressed from the moment we checked in and they handed up two glasses of complimentary wine to celebrate. Damn, that's class.

Our room was beautiful. Spacious for being your regular room and gorgeous overlook of the water. But it was the little things that really blew me away. For instance, we stepped out for less than 20 minutes to get a coffee and when we were back, our room was completely made up and spotless. Damn again!

And the décor was beautiful. My favorite was the fact that the bathtub filled from the ceiling. Seriously, you turned on the water and it poured down from the sleek nozzle above. You think there would be a lot of splattering splashing doing it this way, but it was such a concentrated stream of water, and such a deep tub, that there wasn't at all. Damn a third time!

My only issue was no easy iPod hookup, something I actually love when in a hotel. They had a media hook-up and if I had an A/V cord, I could have done it, but no just plug-in and play function. I guess if it really bothered me, I could have called downstairs to see if they had one, but I didn't, so it couldn't have bortherd me that much (ha). Just wanted to point it out.

It's pricey as any high-class hotel you're going to find (about $250 a night), but totally unbelievably worth it. This was beautiful in all ways. Anything less than 5 stars would be an insult to how amazing this hotel was

10/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
213. Karen F.
Wow! What a stay! My husband and I stayed here to be able to celebrate my birthday in town without driving. It was a few blocks further from the market area that I wanted,  but well worth the extra steps. EVERYONE at 1000 was awesome, from valet to concierge to front desk where we had a glass of bubbles at check-in. They knew it was my birthday and the valet even brought me a red rose :)

The room was gorgeous and comfy. Like everyone else, we loved the bathtub (it's perfect for 2) and I could have stayed in it all night just drinking champagne and listening to the Mood channel.

I look forward for another reason to spend a special night at the Hotel.

Thank you!!!

05/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
214. Bill G.
First class accommodations. Great vibe, classy rooms and bar downstairs. The bathtub is amazing. :)
It's an awesome place to stay!

21/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
215. Alex L.
As a slight germaphobe with a minor case of OCD, it is rare that I give a hotel 5 stars.  However, the experience at Hotel 100 was impeccable.

Service. From the moment we arrived and were greeted to the moment we left and were handed our seat belts by the valets, the service at Hotel 1000 was fantastic. There were always people waiting hold open the door, answer any questions, or meet any need. I really felt empowered more than usual because of this. We were on our honeymoon and they gave us champagne, chocolate covered cherries, and a rose on our first and last days. Those were nice touches.

The Room. The room was beautiful, with large tall windows. The bed was perfect for me and I slept wonderfully. (My wife thought is was a bit too firm.) The bathroom, room layout, and decor were all excellent in a modern urban style.

Location. Great - near touristy stuff if that is your thing - like the waterfront, Pike's market and plenty of restaurants. The Space Needle and park is about a mile / mile and a half away.

Bottom Line: I'm not sure how they charge only $275 +  parking given the level of quality they offer. Simply top notch. If this hotel meets your price and location needs, I say grab it!

26/08/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
216. Brad E.
The first thing that stands out to you is the service here.  They go out of their way to make sure you enjoy your experience.

As soon as they found out that it was my wife's birthday, they greeted her with a longstem rose.  They then offered to shuttle us to dinner in a towncar...but we opted to walk instead.

The rooms are very comfortable and modern.  The large soaking tub with water that comes from the ceiling is a nice ammenity.  The beds were fantastic.  One of the better nights I've slept in a motel.

17/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
217. Wayne G.
Jason is Awesome manager, great hotel with great service and views!  Location is very convenient.

01/10/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
218. Opal D.
Concierge was very helpful and friendly. The rooms felt spacious and I love the design of the bathroom. Everything was very comfortable and clean.

Biggest complaint: I can't recall the last time I stayed at a nice hotel that only gave me 2 bath towels, 4 is minimum, even when I'm in developing countries they do that... come on'!

05/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
219. Michael G.
Outstanding. Out of 3 hotels we've stayed downtown, Hotel 1000 leaves the other two behind. Miles behind. One of the nicest I've stayed in my life. Traveled around the world. The staff is friendly, the atmosphere is polished to the smallest detail. This is the way a hotel should be run, in short. Front desk accidentally put us on the 5th floor, negating the promised "water view," but once I notified them of this, they simply upgraded us to a Grand Luxe water view. Pure baller. This place is everything you will want in a hotel experience and it's smack dab in the middle of downtown Seattle and walking distance to Pike Place.

05/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
220. Katy H.
It's not often that I stay in Seattle hotels being a resident of Seattle and all... but this hotel frickin' KICKS ASS!! Talk about a radical staycation.

The rooms are a decent size, the bathrooms are luxurious (we had a clawfoot tub that had a spout in the ceiling!) and the beds were very cozy.

Most impressive however are the amenities of the hotel. Things as simple as tasty, fresh lemon/lime infused water in the lobby to a Wii game room and golf simulator. What a blast! I could waste hours in there just playing video games or practicing my swing.

There's also a luxurious spa, a 24 hour dry sauna, a gym and in the lobby there's an enormous iPad-esque touch tablet with games, photos, music and more. I'm super impressed with this hotel and can't wait to ditch my Seattle apartment for another weekend getaway.

16/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
221. Mot Y.
Modern, sleek, hotel staff is exceptional, free rides within a mile of hotel if it is pouring rain, hot date hotel, crafty, etc.

30/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
222. Jose M.
Have stayed here multiple times and it's always amazing. Stayed here last week for a concert (just 1 night). Unfortunately the concert got canceled the same day. After the front desk asked us how we were doing and we told them about the sad news of the concert cancellation, they promptly gave us a voucher for free drinks at BOKA (the hotel's restaurant). That was very thoughtful of them. Then, the next morning we had breakfast at BOKA. After a minor order mistake we were given a card for a free entree on our next visit. This hotel is all about great service and making each guest feel they are their #1 priority. They go above and beyond to make sure you are well taken care of. I will not stay anywhere else when I visit Seattle.

05/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
223. John M.
Decided to come up here for a visit with some old friends and see some new. I originally was going to stay at a different hotel, but some reviews stated that their décor was a little dated. So I checked out some other hotels and this one ranked highest to what I like. When I make a reservation for a hotel I always make a note in the request field for a high five on check-in, and this was the first hotel to actually fulfill that request, I was so excited!

On to the room, I guess this was the last room with a view of the water, because it was ADA compliant. So no luxurious bathtub everyone it talking about. Other than that, the view was great, VERY comfortable bed, nice mini bar, and free internet.
So until next time, I'm going to give this place 4-stars, since I haven't had the full experience yet.

14/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
224. Misha S.
Loved this place!

Cool amenities, awesome staff - and close to the action!

08/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
225. Doug K.
Pretty disappointing. if we'd been told when we went to the front desk to check in we would wait nearly two hours in the bar before the Suite they put us is in was ready, had that been honestly conveyed to us, we simply would have gone up the street to the W, or the Four Seasons or over to the Fairmont.  No problem.  It didn't  help that the buzz in the lobby was 'they're overbooked.'  Bad overall vibe that way.  

We were upgraded to a Suite that was massive, and it was impressive, but more for a corporate gathering than a romantic evening. Somehow I think their thought was that waiting and waiting for the room to become available would be compensated by a Suite. That's my best guess.  Everyone was warm of course about everything.  And apologetic.

Unfortunately the effect was that we had little chance to settle in before our dinner reservations across town. And then the transportation to the restaurant that the front desk said they'd arrange was apparently forgotten, or not followed through on, and we had to call and prompt and figure that out too. But again everyone was warm and apologetic. And that was nice I guess.. We just expected something different..

25/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
226. Kim M.
Came back last week & will keep on coming back.  I travel a lot for business & must say this is my favorite hotel for business in the US!  That's saying a lot.  Love, love, love Hotel 1000.  Thank you for making my business travel so pleasurable!  You guys rock!

11/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
227. Erica Z.
I have stayed at hundreds of hotels in my lifetime and a decent variety of five star alliance hotels. This has now been added to the list.

The service at this hotel was phenomenal. Valet parking, greeted with wine, given chocolates, and our room was immaculate.

The ambience in the rooms is one of the best things about this hotel. A nice television screen awaits you with a welcome messages, large windows with curtains that close out all light, the temperature can be controlled by degree, you can set or dim the lighting individually in all corners of the room, and the bathroom is separated by a glass wall with an automatic shade.

Now, I don't believe I'd stay here with anyone other than a trusted coworker or close friend. The bathrooms are gorgeous with a huge tub for two, a walk in shower and a toilet with its own door, but there's a catch: nothing locks. The door to the bathroom is a sliding door. I didn't mind this during my stay but someone on a business trip may mind this if they think they are with a rude person who doesn't care to knock. That being said, there is no sacrifice in privacy here. The shade comes down all the way, you cannot hear any bathroom activities through the glass window or sliding door. I do not believe my privacy was compromised.

The bed was not the best hotel bed I have ever stayed in, but more comfortable than my bed at home. High quality linens dressed it.

Hanging in one of the closets were two bathrobes that had to have been two of the most comfortable bathrobes I have ever seen in my life. I ended up buying one (you can buy them downstairs). The best part about it was that it cost almost half the cost of my impractical scratchy bathrobe at home ($90 instead of $150).

The service was top notch. I forgot my phone charger and they brought me a backup. They offered a ride to anywhere we needed to go. When we checked out, they knew we would be in the city all day, and allowed us to keep our cars and luggage at the hotel all day free of charge.

My one and only complaint about this place is that the price per night should be about $50 less. I wouldn't argue that you should get these rooms for $200 a night because that would be an insanely good deal. But on the night we chose, the cheapest room with no tub and a shower only was $280 a night, which I think is a bit too much. The reason I say this is because anyone staying here for more than a weekend is going to be hit hard with that extra money that could have been put towards restaurants or shopping.

This is most certainly a five star hotel, and as such, it's a great place to stay if you want the service of a five star hotel. However if you are just looking for a comfortable bed, decent shower, and modern furnishings you can find plenty of that in other hotels for a lot cheaper. If you're not intending to take advantage of the services this hotel provides for free (gym, libraries, lounge areas, valet parking, 24/7 room service, and staff that's able to take care of you no matter what) then you don't need to pay the extra money per night. If you aren't sure whether you need these services, then the answer is no: you shouldn't be staying at this hotel. The experience would be wasted on you.

Fantastic hotel. Very unique. Great service. If you're a traveling business person, someone looking for a romantic retreat, or just someone who wants to get away from it all alone for a few nights, this is definitely a fantastic place. You WILL feel taken care of. Will definitely go again.

27/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
228. Crystal B.
I stayed here while in town for work and loved it! My room was huge and had a great view. The staff here are amazing and really go the extra mile to help you make the most of your stay- they do free town car pick up/drop offs to nearby tourist spots. The location of the hotel is the best part though- walking distance to almost everything!

17/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
229. Patrick A.
Modern hotel with excellent service. Feels like you are the first guest to the hotel. Everything is fresh and new.  Amazing service! The staff are sincere and are always ready to help. This was the best hotel experience I have had anywhere.
Beds were very comfortable. The hotel has a beautiful modern design.

24/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
230. Mike C.
Mark it 2.5 stars rather than 2.

We were in town for PAX 2013/anniversary and stayed here for a few nights.

Pros: Room itself is beautiful. Everything is designed really elegantly. Staff are very friendly. Room service food (from the Boka restuarant) is excellent and on par with local restaurants. Clean-up crew went the extra mile and organized our stuff, which they didn't have to do. Free champagne when you check in. Free car service around the downtown area, which was very helpful going to PAX.

Cons: Where to begin? When we checked in, we discovered that they'd booked us into room with a disability bathroom rather than a standard bath tub. I called down to note this and the woman sounded very annoyed at the request but said she'd take a look.  

Once they sorted this out, they moved us to another room and a guy came to help us repack and move our luggage. Maybe it's because I don't stay at high-end places a lot of the time, but he lingered about, obviously expecting a tip for helping us move -- this was the hotel's mistake, so why should we have to tip extra for that?

Our new room had a TV that flickered on and off throughout our stay. It'd start off flickering on the right halfand it would stay that way for about 15 minutes, then it'd be OK for 15 minutes, then it'd begin flickering again. I called down and they said that they'd "reset the signal" which is a BS explanation for anyone with technical experience. Their "reset" obviously didn't work and I just made note of it again when I checked out so they didn't think we damaged the hardware.

Another technical issue -- our phone in the new room didn't work. I went down and asked about it and they sent one of their service guys came in, fiddled with some cords, and then it magically worked.

They have a nice system where you hang the breakfast menu on the door prior to 2 AM and they'll have breakfast ready for you at the designated time. Great, in theory, though it only works when they remember to pick it up. On that morning, though, they forgot to pick it up. They rushed our breakfast order that morning and we made it out on schedule.

Basically, we encountered a lot of logistical hiccups. In general, they were responsive, and for the most part, with a good attitude. But at this price, you kind of expect the details to be checked.

Also, I don't know who designed the bathtub but it's bizarre. The water comes straight down in a strong stream from the ceiling splashing everywhere on the marble floor. We used half our towels around the tub to make sure we didn't slip and die on our way out.

Finally, there's no fan above the toilet. The toilet stall is joined to the shower wall and main bathroom by a thick glass door. Basically, there's no privacy when you're doing your business and if you have stomach problems, there's no dedicated ventilation to clearing up the smell. I have a feeling that the bathroom designer cared only about aesthetics, not functionality.

It was a nice stay but with all of the little extra hoops we had to jump through, we didn't feel it was worth the money ($400+/night just for the room after taxes).

12/09/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
231. Mariana M.
Absolutely the best hotel I've ever stayed at. The customer service is ridiculous. They were beyond wonderful. I will always stay at this hotel when I'm in Seattle. The hotel is gorgeous as well and close to everything. The hotel restaurant is very yummy as well.

31/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
232. Jimmy A.
AMAZING customer service! One of the BEST hotels I've ever stayed at. Very Modern as well. Definitely worth staying at and I hope to go back someday! Good Location too!

02/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
233. Renny W.
I had spent a few nights in Seattle at The Edgewater Hotel. I would have stayed there longer, but I wanted to be downtown for my business meetings. Hotel 1000 was within walking distance of everywhere I needed to be. A very convenient location.

The hotel is not exactly a family destination. You will mostly encounter young men of the business world. The staff was attentive and courtious all around. The women behind the desk were sweethearts! The check-in was a smooth operation. My bags were quickly whisked up to my room while the desk ladies suggested some restaurants for me to experience. My room was decent enough, I suppose. This hotel goes for sort of a "tech vibe". I have always liked a more classic feel, something warm and cozy. This "tech vibe" is cold and antiseptic. It lacks charm.

The bathroom featured quite a futuristic contraption! An automatic shade that covered an entire glass wall between the bathroom and the beds. Press the button accidentally, and you will be revealed (this was to eventually save me). The bathtub was also from the future, with the water spilling down from the ceiling. I scratched my head for a while before I figured this one out. The tub was soothing, but I found it to be a little too deep, making it hard to get in and out of.

I was disappointed with my view. The window looked out directly into the face of another tall building. The beds were VERY comfortable, almost too comfortable. The television featured a series of channels that flashed relaxing scenes set to tranquil music. I laid back on the bed just to give it a spin and ended up falling asleep. I would have entirely missed an important dinner if it were not for the hotel's turndown service. Two young ladies woke me up with some delicious chocolate. Very nice.

On my first night at the hotel, I decided to check out their restaurant, Boka. Stay away from this place. There are PLENTY of other restaurants within walking distance of the hotel. Don't waste your time or money at Boka. My waiter was both condescending and smug. We got off on the wrong foot right away. I asked him if the restaurant's salmon was wild "caught". He responded with "No sir, our salmon is salmon, it is not cod." Maybe it was my Boston accent, but to suggest that I thought their salmon was cod??? Unacceptable treatment. This started an argument and I got up and left. I ordered room service later that night and had some succulent fried chicken, hold the attitude, brought up to my room.

The Hotel 1000 is so upscale you might even see a celebrity or two. Coming out of the elevator the next morning, I bumped into Kyle Maclachlan in the lobby. I tried my best to strike up a conversation as I followed him out to the street, but he seemed to be in a hurry. I waited with him while the valet brought his car, and I gave him a big thumbs up as he drove away.

The MAIN reason I'm giving this place only three stars is because of my bathroom incident. The bathrooms in the Hotel 1000 have heavy sliding doors. From the start, my door was hard to open and close like it was not on the track completely. One morning after taking a bath (and not bringing in my change of clothes) the door became completely stuck. I was TRAPPED! There was no phone in the bathroom, so all I could do was wait for the maid to clean my room. After a while, I became tired of standing and climbed back into the tub to wait. I must have dozed a bit, because I awoke to noises in my room. It was the maid. I got her attention by raising the automatic shade. Together we were able to unjam the door and get it open. Unfortunately, I missed my early meeting. To their credit, the hotel did have it fixed by the time I returned to my room, but for such a new hotel, one wouldn't expect this.

My overall impression of Hotel 1000 was mostly positive. The price tag is a little high, but this Hotel was not designed for the everyday schnook. It's modern, hip, fancy, and techie all at the same time. I preferred my experience at The Edgewater Hotel (see my review). It was warmer and cozier, with charm and history ingrained into the very woodwork. If you must be downtown in Seattle, Hotel 1000 is a good place (by the way, stay away from Pioneer Square).

03/12/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
234. Rich B.
Very handsome rooms. I had a corner room and it was pretty ideal. Large and comfortable bed. Couch, coffee table, and chairs for a good sized living room area. Great desk for working.

Oh, the bathroom. Pretty cool and large. Rubber ducky included with great big tub.

29/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
235. Lisa A.
My husband and I went back to Hotel 1000 for our 1 year anniversary.  I would have been more than satisfied with basic accommodations, since the hotel itself is already so impressive, but he surprised me with the 1000 Ways to Say I Love You package.  When we came back from dinner, there were rose petals on the bed along with sparkling wine and chocolate truffles!  They also left us rose petals and bubble bath next to tub.  In the morning we enjoyed breakfast in our room and watched a movie, both of which came with the package.

This, on top of the friendly staff, personalized little touches (champagne at check in, long-stemmed roses) and immaculate rooms remind me why I compare all hotels to Hotel 1000.  Once again, we had a great stay here and I didn't want to leave!  Truly worth the splurge.  You won't regret staying here!

04/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
236. Kim B.
First off, they gave us a welcome glass of champagne upon check-in. I almost don't need to say more! But, I will anyway. It was a nice surprise to walk out the front door on Christmas Day and find "snow" coming down! We were delighted like little kids. They had hot apple cider in the lobby everyday which was really nice after walking around downtown in the cold. The valet staff were professional and very courteous even opening my door, helping me with my seatbelt and providing cold water bottles every time we took the car out. The front desk staff always greeted us very kindly. It's amazing how unique touches like these make you feel welcome. I have to say, whoever is doing the marketing and PR for Hotel 1000 is doing what it takes to go above and beyond the expectations of consumers! I don't say that lightly. When you are in the business industry, you notice and appreciate great customer relations.
We stayed here Christmas Day through New Year's Day and had a terrific experience. All of the staff, from the moment we walked in until the day we checked out were super friendly and accommodating! We found the location to be perfect as we were able to walk from our hotel to many of the restaurants and places we wanted to go. I have a lot of travel experience and I would rate this hotel at the one of the best on the West Coast.

06/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
237. chuan k.
Love this boutique hotel! When we checked in with the kids, the front desk sent up milk and cookies for them! It was a big hit.

The kids loved the fun bath tub as well. The room was gorgeous and comfy. The parking situation is hideous though which is to be expected in downtown seattle. I think our valet parking for one night set us back $50.

22/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
238. Arry Y.
We spent time here after our wedding - and seriously, both my sweet dear husband and the hotel room were divine!!!  So happy my girlfriends recommended this for us.

5 stars for:
- Personally hand written note welcoming us in the room
- Lovely truffles awaiting us next to the note (very tasty too)
- The bathtub was AWESOME (comfy for two!) - the spout is in the ceiling!!!!
- Oh yeah, there's a cute rubber ducky by the bathtub.
- Very comfy bathrobes for lounging in
- Comfy beds
- Room service delicious!  
- Gorgeous lobby
- Concierge was very helpful in booking last minute limousines and car service for us.
- High def TV with the high def programming (impressed my husband)
- TV even said "Congratulations to Mr. & Mrs. ..." when we got to the room
- Champagne glasses
- Best is food at Boka that awaits you downstairs, should you want to leave the room.
- Of course, we got late check out

Absolutely freaking perfect.  
Can't wait to go back for our wedding anniversary.

30/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
239. Andy T.
Stayed here with my girlfriend 1 night! AMAZING!!! Everyone treated us extremely nice and with great respect even though we were by far the youngest people there (21 years old). The valet even put water bottles in our car and cleaned it! Worth every penny

22/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
240. Suzie V.
Ah-mazing....not one complaint. Which is rare when reviewing a hotel. You're greeted with either wine or champagne...
The bathrooms are gorgeous. They have the water that drops from the ceiling and a rubber duckie to boot!! My boyfriend and I have stayed here twice and each time has been equally great! The concierge, valets, housekeeping, and general staff are all genuinely pleasant. Not the "my face is stuck because I have to smile like this" pleasant.
Amenities offered are borderline luxury: high thread count sheets, keurig with k cups, spa grade toiletries, make up remover wipes, and candy on the pillows!!

It's the little things really.

21/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
241. Ken N.
I've been to Seattle several times for work and pleasure and it seems to be hard to find the "perfect" hotel. You have your high-end "way too expensive" hotels. Then you have your budget hotels with floral sheets (I can't stand those).

- Centrally located in downtown a few blocks from Pike Place Market and pretty much everything else you need to see. $40 flat cab rate from the airport.

- Amazing. I stated it was our anniversary upon my reservation and received a complimentary bottle of champagne and chocolate covered strawberries.
- Personalized welcome calls from management to our room
- Valet guys were super helpful and even showed me the website to use public transportation. I was getting tired of paying for a cab around town.

- For the service, location and price. It's hard to beat. I paid $180/night + tax for their standard room.

- The standard room didn't have a view but it was very modern. No complaints.
- Cool tub with a rubber duckie :)

- Free phone calls anywhere in the world
- Free wi-fi no password needed
- Interactive golf simulation game downstairs
- Spa and gym
- Happy hour
- Ice not in ice machines but individually packaged in ice bags
- FREE house car (upon availability) to anywhere downtown (typically within 1 mile fromt he hotel). They do pick-ups too.

This is definitely going to be my go to hotel going forward.

09/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
242. Amy M.
Nice little boutique hotel located right downtown. Comfortable and stylish decor and great service. The restaurant is just OK. Not such a fan of the menu, and room service is not 24 hours, though we were able to convince the front desk to bring us ice cream at 2am on one occasion. All in all a good experience!

15/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
243. Elle Y.
My girlfriend and I live in Seattle. Not a suburb, or near Seattle, we actually live IN Seattle... And we love staying at hotels in Seattle. Is that weird? Maybe. But it's what we do.

About a year ago, I heard about Hotel 1000. Specifically their bathtub that fills from the ceiling. Since that day, I have dreamed about staying at Hotel 1000, but haven't had the opportunity to do so until recently.

Our goal was tp relax, so we booked specifically for the bathtub. Upon check in, we were treated to a lovely glass of champagne each and from there we headed up to our room. When we arrived in our room, we were disappointed to find that we were in a wheelchair accessible room which did not include a tub. We called the front desk to explain our situation, and Kahn was just a pleasure to work with. He was probably one of the most professional hotel staff members I have encountered in all my travels. He was so kind and apologetic and said he would check to see what he could do. A little while later, he showed up at our hotel room and personally escorted us to a new room... One with a tub! He continued to apologize for the mistake, which was appreciated but unnecessary as he was just the sweetest thing.

The rest of our stay was just as incredible. We ordered room service which was delicious, and when we decided to go out of the hotel for some ice cream, the concierge had plenty of suggestions for us.

On top of an awesome bathtub and excellent guest services, the rooms were beautiful, the bed was comfy, and the robes were amazing!

I can't wait to go back to Hotel 1000!

16/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
244. m p.
I stayed at this hotel for 2 nights while I was in Seattle for business.  I just simply fell in love with the placel.  From the bellman to the cleaning crew, everyone was very professional and friendly.  They had upgraded my room, without a request, to a gorgeous room with water view.  The room is very well decorated and clean.  I ordered room service twice.  The lady answering the phone was friendly, addressed me by my name and very knowledgeable.  I can not wait to stay here for leisure.
Did I forget to mention the champagne.  I was greeted as I checked in with a glass of champagne.  Loved it.

26/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
245. Karen N.
This hotel exceeded expectations on everything.  
The location was great, slightly out of the crowd of tourists near Pike Place, but within an easy walk to Pike Place, water front, shopping area, etc.  
The decor was modern and comfrotable, but not modern cold like W. The bathroom was fun and everything was super clean, great Molton Brown products!  
We used their spa service and we were impressed by the quality of the massage therapists.  
We became even more impressed when we called for our car and there were two bottles of water in the cup holder, and they did this every time the car came out.  
Wifi is included in the guest room price, as it should be with every hotel in year 2012.  Staff were all friendly and professional.  We ordered room service breakfast and it was super yummy and didn't break the bank.  
We are fans and will stay there again for sure!

10/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
246. Crystal F.
Beautiful hotel & rooms. My husband & I were very happy with our stay. Rooms are very chic & spacious. Especially in the bathroom. We like a lot of day light in our room & they were gracious enough to put us on the top floor. Lots of light for a downtown seattle room.  Concierge was VERY helpful. Drinks in their bar were great as well! Thanks hotel 1000!

18/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
247. Tiffany G.
Hands down the nicest hotel I have ever been in. I was only here for a couple of nights before an Alaskan cruise, but it was enough to make me consider skipping my trip to Alaska.

Was it the bathtub that fills from the ceiling? Maybe.
The rubber ducky they included? Probably.
The ridiculously amazing Croque Madame? Could be.
The attentive and friendly service? Definitely contributed to it.
The luxury linens that made me want to sleep all day and skip sightseeing in Seattle? Perhaps.
The great location? Maybe.

So many things factored into my 5 star review of this wonderful hotel. I can't wait to visit again.

13/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
248. Joleon P.
Hotel 1000 is one of the nicest hotels I've had the pleasure of staying in.  I made a reservation for the Deluxe City View for Valentine's Day 2014 with my girlfriend.  When we checked in we were greeted with smiles, a rose, and sparkling champagne (complimentary of course).  When we made it to the room we found a personalized welcome on the room's television.  We loved the comfortable bed, huge tub, and the rubber ducky.  The glass wall separating the bedroom and bathroom was a nice touch that I had never seen before in a hotel room.  Room service is a bit pricey, but there are plenty of food options around the hotel (Pike Place Market is a few blocks away).  If you're staying in Seattle, I highly recommend Hotel 1000.

01/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
249. Stephanie K.
I went here for an event,  and it was held on the 4th floor.

The space was gorgeous and well lit. It had a nice "library" with a cozy fireplace, and an atrium for dancin'/wedding services.

But let's be real. The bathrooms were the star of that space.

The women's bathroom was a God send. It had lotion, toothbrushes, advil, tic tacs, hair spray, and every other SHEmergency a lady might have.

Good call, hotel 1000.

11/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
250. Ryan Y.
What can I say... This place is awesome. The staff is extremely friendly and helpful. They're aware that most people staying there are from out of town(obviously). I don't know where or how this hotel found their staff but everyone of them were just remarkable. Being from So. Cal. a visit to Vegas is pretty frequent. The room reminded me a lot of a nice Vegas suite. The only difference.... the staff. I may be a little bit off topic here but @hote1000 I just felt like my business here was appreciated whereas a Vegas hotel suite you're just another customer for a few days. Someone mentioned in their post "1st class all the way". I couldn't agree more. The rooms are clean and modern.

21/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
251. Linda L.
FANTASTIC! They upgraded us upon arrival, gave me a long stem rose ( it was our anniversary), offered champagne while checking in, brought us to our restaurant we had reservations  at, and upon returning to room they turned down the bed, put robes/slippers out, candy on pillow and left bath salt and rose petals for a bath! Couldn't have been better!

16/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
252. Matt O.
This place is amazing!!! We got upgraded on arrival and the staff (Sydney) is so nice and absolutely incredible.  Our new place to stay in Seattle!!

01/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
253. C Miranda C.
We travel to Seattle on business a few times and year and always stay here.  This is one the best hotels I have ever stayed at!  I am very fussy about hotels and this one completely meets my requirements.  It is very clean, tastefully appointed, and the staff is friendly and attentive. The downtown location is great for sightseeing and bar hopping.    

The bed is so comfortable with it's not-too-hard pillows and luxury linens.  The large soaking tub is great too.  

The service is fabulous; other hotels should take note.  From the valet (they give you cold bottled water every time you get in your car), check-in, bell service, and maid service, it's all top notch.  You get the feeling that they all love working there.

The bonus is BOKA restaurant located on the ground floor.  Go there, eat and drink everything you desire, and then collapse contentedly onto your wonderful bed.  It doesn't get better than this.

22/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
254. Melissa K.
Clean comfortable room with good amenities. Good breakfast service. Very helpful and charming staff on reception. Would have welcomed dining and better bar facilities, but plentiful choice in easy reach outside the hotel. Dresden Retsuarant (10/15 minutes' safe walk away) and recommended by the reception staff is well worth a visit for a drink or a meal/bar snack. Hotel/airport shuttle service recommended; taxis from the airport are expensive

14/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
255. Heidi P.
Hotel 1000 truly lives up to the hype!!!  I have been wanting to stay here for years, and finally decided to splurge for our 2nd wedding anniversary.  Upon arriving at 1:30pm we checked in at the front desk and asked if it was possible for an early check in.  They were able to check us in early with no problem at all and gave us each a glass of sparkling wine and a long stem rose, and congratulated us for our anniversary.  

We checked out our room, which was beautiful, and had our last name on the flat screen TV welcoming us.  We were starving so headed to BOKA for some lunch.  When we returned to our room there was a complimentary bottle of sparkling wine on ice, a box of 4 chocolate truffles from BOKA, and a card saying happy anniversary.  How freaking cool!!

When we arrived later that night, after a night of lots of cocktails we were able to order room service at 2 am, and were delivered a BOKA burger.  It wasn't cheap at $22, but who cares at 2 am they brought us food.  In the am I was ecstatic that they had Starbucks Komodo blend coffee and a french press, as well as real half and half.  Some other awesome things were:  the full sized blow drier, pump bottles of shampoo, conditioner, and body wash in the shower, makeup remover wipes, a kickass soaking tub that fits 2 people comfortably and fills from the ceiling!!  There were so many details that this hotel gets right, it's truly a luxurious experience!!  

Also, valet is not cheap at $40, but when they pulled up with our car there were two complimentary bottles of water waiting for us.  Seriously, this place does not miss one detail!!! My one and only complaint is the view.  For the price of $330, I would have liked to have a better view than the top of another building. We had the "city view" room.  I would have loved to have had a water view but it was way more than we really could afford to spend.  Even though, everything else was absolutely perfect and really made our special occasion a spectacular experience.

21/07/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
256. Hailee L.
My fiancé and I stayed here over Labor Day weekend and had a wonderful experience. If I could give them 6 stars, I would!

Staff was incredibly friendly. We were greeted by Khan at the front desk who was welcoming and asked if there was anything more he could do to make our stay better.

We had heard good things about the restaurant's (Boka) happy hour and had to check it out. We shared the baked macaroni with sautéed onions and fish tacos, both of which were very tasty!!! Not to mention the hours for their happy hour are very long which is awesome too!

When we got back to our room in the evening, our bed had been turned down for us and there were chocolates on our pillows, very nice touch.

The giant soaking tub was very cool, filled from the ceiling! After a nice bubble bath, we indulged even more by putting on the fluffy robes that were hanging in the closet.

We ordered breakfast in bed (eggs Benedict and the lumberjack omelet) which was delicious and a great start to the morning!

All in all, loved our stay at the Hotel 1000 and will definitely be coming back!!

04/09/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
257. Zoe Y.
Me && my dad stayed here for 3 nights , the rooms are not fancy but really cozyyyyyy!&the bathroom is pretty big!

Very modern& neat :D

It's $$& but complimentary high- speed internet

Everyone was so nice there!

It's really close to target, pike place and about 15-20mins walk to the shopping place

I switched to another hotel and totally regretted it :/

I loved 1000!!!

26/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
258. David K.
Attentive and friendly staff. Complimentary champagne on check-in. A really fine location for walking around Seattle. The best part, however, was my room: a nice soaker tub dramatically framed by glass and an electronically-operated shade. Very nice design, furniture, and bed/linens. Nice big flatscreen TV. Free newspapers. Just very nice all around without being fussy. Good value.

27/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
259. Richard H.
The hotel and staff were given an opportunity to excel, and boy did they rise to the occasion.  Jessica is one of the nicest and most professional concierge personnel that I have ever encountered.  Great views.  Great staff.  5-stars all the way.

06/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
260. Marcie C.
This place is great ! The service is really good and it also has an excellent restaurant inside that is not so expensive.

26/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
261. Bridget B.
this is by far one of my favorite hotels ever. EVER.

The staff was just incredible at every turn, the room was spacious and clean and comfortable, and the tub was -awesome-

in addition, i was traveling with a dog and they went out of their way to accommodate him and make him happy.

the location is great if you're a tourist (I travel to Seattle for business usually so at this point I have done all the touristy stuff) and is located a couple blocks from the waterfront and pike's place.

also they make super yummy breakfasts!

09/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
262. Leon C.
What can I say. This hotel has everything that  you could want (except extremely accessible parking, but hey it's downtown Seattle. I travel a lot and I have to say this place is first class from the contemporary styling, beautiful view, tub in every room, reasonable rates and excellent service.

You will not go wrong by staying here.

21/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
263. Mike D.
My wife and I booked a night at the Hotel 1000 for our anniversary. 1 night away from our 3 little ones to relax and recharge. Upon checking in, they offered some bubbly to welcome us. We don't drink so they had a bottle of sparkling cider sent to the room.

The room was pretty nice and the tub that fills from the ceiling was amusing. The package I had included cocktails at the Boka restaurant on the property. Again, my wife and don't drink and they let us apply that to an appetizer and desert. Very nice.

There was one bad experience that would've downed my review pretty heavily. Before we went to bed, we turned on the do not distrub but in the morning around 7:00am we heard knocks at the door. Not exactly sure if it was our room we ignored it. Throughout the next hour, we heard more knocks, sounds of key cards being tried and then someone keying into the room. We had the door latch thing on so thankfully they didn't get in. By the time I got the door, they were gone. I called the front desk somewhat upset and explained that this we our 1 morning a year to sleep in. They respectfully apologized and ensured no one else would try to get in.

When we checked out, we mentioned this incident so that it could be documented, by this time the emotion had died down. They said that there would be no charges for the room, stating that taking care of their customers was their priority. I had thought maybe they just meant they wouldn't charge for the movie we watched. I went back to look at my credit card charges to see if just the room was charged and it turned out they refunded the entire amount for the room.

Needless to say I was impressed enough to rate Hotel 1000 4 stars instead of 2 as that is what I would've rated if the incident hadn't taken place. Thanks to the staff for making it more than right and we will be returning to the Hotel 1000.

24/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
264. Cathleen F.
Spacious room, spacious bathroom.  Beautiful shower, but the shower head is up so high, the spray is too fine by the time it reaches my head.  Interesting feature: a see-through wall separating the bed from the bathtub.  Hmm.  I didn't realize until the next morning that there was an electric shade. Clever.  Rubber ducky is always a nice touch too.  

I enjoyed the pork belly appetizer at Boka though a bit dry and the Crsipy Kale with parmesan was great tasting but fairly greasy.  The Lucille IPA from Georgetown Brewery paired nicely with both.

Cool feature: For $25, you can play virtual golf at one of over 50 renowned courses!

The most thoughtful gesture was when, upon leaving, I  entered my cab and the valet attendant reached for the shoulder strap of the seat belt and handed it to me to buckle up.

01/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
265. Leah H.
I took a weekend trip to Seattle with my SO and we stayed at Hotel 1000 for one night. We purchased the 1000 moments of ahh package which gave us a couple of cocktails at BOKA Bar, breakfast (also from BOKA) in the morning, complementary valet, and credits at Spaahh.

We were warmly greeted and checked in (we called ahead and they didn't mind getting us in early). We were handed a card with the vouchers for BOKA and headed up to our room. We got placed on the city side on the 8th floor. The view was pretty good with the huge windows. In the room, it was nice touch to see my name on the welcome screen on the TV.

The bed was comfortable, clean, and large. The room had a desk with free internet. The bath was large enough to comfortably fit two, came equipped with an adorable rubber ducky, and, in our room, we had a nice view of the city from the tub. The bathroom also had a large shower separate from the tub.

We were slow to realize that the minibar charges the room with sensors so when we removed some bottled waters to fit some leftovers we were charged. The hotel staff made it seem like this was a fairly normal occurrence and asked us if we took anything from the minibar at checkout and then removed the charges.

The lobby had complementary hot cider available which was nice for hand warming when we walked over to Pike Market.

The valet service was fantastic (maybe just a little slow). Each time we retrieved our car, fresh cold bottles of water were placed in the cupholders. The staff was friendly and one of the valet guys overheard us talking about the spa when we arrived and handed us $50 in spa credits!

The only real snag on the stay with Hotel 1000 was billing. Three charges went through on my credit card followed by three credits. The net result was an overcharge of $150. They resolved the overcharge after I called but seemed just as baffled as I was that they had so many charges and credits on my account in the first place. Fortunately for me I have plenty of credit available on my card for the errors but it could have been more problematic for someone in a different situation.

I would recommend Hotel 1000 to friends and will likely stay again next time I visit Seattle.

12/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
266. Chelsea M.
We stayed here one night for a belated Valentine's. This hotel definitely meets high standards. Valet and check-in with complimentary champagne were phenomenal. Rooms were stocked with wine glasses and a wine cork, a definite plus in my book. The mini-bar also had a nice selection and the coffee in the room was a Keurig, so delicious. Rooms screamed luxury.

Complimentary car service to dinner was amazing. Such a nice car and we did not have to walk up hill to our dinner.

Convenient location to get back on I-5 South and close to Pike's Place. The hotel was also full when we stayed but you would not know it. Quiet and few enough rooms on each floor that we only ran into one person, on Sunday, at checkout time.

The bed was slightly uncomfortable for me. The mattress seemed thin and a little sloped towards the right side.

My only major negative was how expensive breakfast and overnight valet was. Maybe if I went for one of the packages like other reviewers describe I could get a more reasonable price during our stay. Not really a deterrent, just something to think about if you plan on a longer stay. $40 for parking my car once (they do allow in and out privileges, but I did not use it) just seemed a little excessive.

Notes: We had a deluxe water view room. I am not sure what the price difference is between a water and city, usually water is more expensive, and if you want to save a little money, there is a big building blocking the center of the water view. A city view may be just as nice.

Overall: We will definitely be staying here again.

13/03/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
267. Franklin H.
Ok, first hotel I've ever been that has a rubber ducky in the tub. That's a rather intriguing, and probably one thing I'll remember about this hotel. I was here on business meeting - so I was pretty much in a conference room all day. I had a room just as a spot to sleep, change, shower, etc. The bed was comfortable, and the room itself is grand. Everything is well lit- lots of natural lighting along with a nice view of Seattle as well. The bathroom featured a lot of glass walls and windows, looking at the world that also featured electric privacy shades at a push of a button. The bathtub was interesting, besides the aforementioned rubber ducky, the water spigot is mounted on the ceiling. Nice attempt at high class, but the water doesn't have laminar flow at that height; therefore filling the tub generates a lot of noise. I would have preferred having the spigot at a lower level to soften the noise of large droplets of water.

Even else with the room is nicely positioned and decorated - with a contemporary modern décor, it's my kind of style. Along with the large bed, there's a large work desk, along with a large screen TV displaying local activities.

A couple of things I don't like are
A) Outdoor signage - they really should put a bigger, higher contrasting sign outside of their building at driver's seat level. It's very hard to find this building when fighting the morning traffic jam.
B) The valet service could be better, stopped by to have my car valeted and no one was present. There should be person operating the outside counter at all times.
C) They don't offer on-site self-parking, which is something that I would prefer to use. I don't like to use valet services...

03/02/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
268. Kaitlyn E.
Beautiful hotel - I can see why the academy awards used to be held here. Perfect place for a conference. Rooms were very comfortable. Bathrooms could use a renovation, but they were still nice. We loved it and would come back

06/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
269. Lindsey M.
Spacious rooms and excellent customer service. We did not need to venture out for breakfast; Boka has an impressive menu of meals and cocktails.

25/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
270. Nguyen L.
I'd have to say. I had very high expectations of this place since it's highly regarding my reviewers and rated #1 on tripadvisor. They hotel and the room was very nice. The staff was friendly but I'll hit on some points that missed for me. I planned on staying here on a special occasion so I called the hotel ahead of time and they said that they will see what they can do. Also, initially when I booked the room it was for a single king. I called in asking that I might need two beds, they said they'll see what they can because i prepaid for a king. Two weeks before I called in and i asked to cancel that request because I'll only need one bed. When I arrived at the hotel the room wasn't ready and then they game me a room with two queen beds. No special happy birthday message. To top it all off, they said I had a room with a view. The view was of a wall of the next building. Let's not to say that the people who checked in after my was offered champagne. Us, nothing. The room was clean and great size. These service mishaps were only an annoyance and I would only mention it because this hotel is on a premium side regarding price so I hold it to a high standard of service. Upon checking out we called for help with our bags to the car but no one came for 10 minutes so we brought it all down ourselves. The front desk was nice enough to waive one of our nights of parking. That was a nice gesture.

All that being said, the location is very convenient. The parking attendants were always nice. They had a car service that would take you anywhere within a mile radius, if available. They always put bottled water in your car whenever they pull up your car. I still gave the hotel a very good rating because of the locations, room quality and the good service that I did get from some of the people who I interacted with.

25/10/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
271. Lorrie M.

It's very rare that I have absolutely no idea what is going on when I go on vacation. but I entrusted the lodging portion of my last Seattle vaca to the bf and OMG he came through.

I would have never booked a place like Hotel 1000 simply because it's kind of pricey, I can walk further than a block and a half to Pike Place, and I've been to Seattle about a dozen times now and don't really need to go back to Pike Place ... every ... time ... but! That being said ... WOW. Those are the only three letters appropriate to describe this swanky downtown hotel.

It's got fantastic service, amazing location, and great bathrooms! I love the tub especially because it comes with a complimentary squeaky duck. How cool is that?! Like many other hotels, they offer a complimentary 2 mile radius drop off service. I do not know if they also do pick up, but I recall the Hyatt Place does pick-up so I think Hotel 1000 must!

The bed was amazing, the shower was great (except I guess I could have used more pressure ... and the glass leaked a little ... all little things I don't care much about). I didn't like that although we put "do not disturb" they came in anyway in the afternoon once we were out and about checking out the town. I like that they like to freshen up the rooms anyway I suppose ...

Either way, amazing experience, hands down would do again (if I were a baller) haha!

16/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
272. Grace C.
My husband and I recently stayed here for three nights during our first trip to Seattle, and we had a great experience thanks to this amazing hotel. Hotel 1000 is located conveniently downtown (about a 5 minute walk to Pike Place and 10-15 minute walk to Westfield Mall). From the mall, there is a monorail that takes you to the Space Needle for $2.25, and also the subway (called the light rail) that will take you to the airport. Since we had luggage with us, we decided to take the flat rate taxi from the airport to our hotel which was $29. Additionally, if you don't feel like walking or if it's raining, Hotel 1000 provides  complimentary shuttle service (in a hybrid Lexus too!) to anywhere that's within a 2 mile radius. Because of the convenience factor of this hotel in regards to transportation, I would skip on a rental since it can be pretty pricy for overnight parking.

Our room was wonderful and spacious enough for the two of us. I have to admit, the bathtub that fills from the ceiling like a waterfall was what sealed the deal for us to book this hotel, and it definitely added to the cool factor of the room. Also, we loved the modern design of the room and the glass walls of the bathroom, which also included a privacy blind (you know, just in case you don't roll like that...) All the amenities that should be included at a 5 star hotel were there: high end toiletries, robes, spa slippers, free wi-fi, etc. Service was exceptional, and we were greeted with two glasses of champagne even when we checked in at close to midnight on our first night, and we had an extra bottle in our room along with chocolate strawberries too!

Everyone was super friendly, especially Michelle, who made our stay exceed our already high expectations. Would definitely recommend to anyone visiting Seattle!

19/11/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
273. Chantell C.
Hotel 1000 is the first hotel in Seattle, WA and lives much of that reputation. It is well located but it best staff and service that is the price you pay. Furthermore, it is approaching middle age for renewal.

12/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
274. Ron R.
From the time I stepped onto the property, it was 1st class all the way. I bellied up to the hotel check-in and was pleasantly greeted. I handed the receptionist my credit card and ID and was offered a glass of champagne,  I gladly accepted after a long rainy day's work. Headed to the room on the 12th floor, entered, and was met by a very large and clean room, as well as a nice view of Downtown. Shortly after entering the room, I received a call from the Concierge asking if my room was to my liking and if I needed anything else to let them know - a very nice touch! About 10 minutes later, I had a knock at the door for turn down service - I declined and was still offered some of Seattle's own Frango Chocolate.  I proceeded to unpack and ordered room service from BOKA, the restaurant downstairs. The bathroom,  too, was large and had a tub where the water came out of the ceiling. The beds were very comfortable.

Overall the Hotel 1000 is a very nice, clean, boutique hotel with fantastic Customer Service. I travel a lot for work so I will definitely be staying here again while in Seattle!

07/03/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
275. Yonita L.
I know they can't help there's a building blocking the view. Still a very nice hotel. Loved the molten brown products. Service is excellent. Really enjoyed my stay here. I recommend.

01/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
276. Megen T.
Absolutely wonderful hotel from arrival to departure.  Booked a Sunday deal which included free parking to two drinks.  We arrived well before check in and we were able to go ahead and go up to our room.  Great location for shopping, restaurants, both the underground tour and haunted tours are right down the street. Staff is friendly and the room was indulgent.

07/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
277. Ed L.
This could possibly be the best hotel I've ever stayed at. The rooms, the location, the service...the service especially was outstanding.

The bathtub, as others have noted, was very cool.  I'm not one to take baths but I had to try it out.  Combining it with an adult beverage and relaxation was complete.  

I really have nothing bad to say about my experience here.  It was top notch all the way around.  I would definitely stay again.

21/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
278. Carleen F.
Our stay at Hotel 1000 was absolutely top notch!!! Staff was exceptional! Every member of the staff was Accommodating and Friendly! They pay attention to every detail, from remembering your name, to the customized welcome message on your TV. Room was fantastic and came fully equipped, including Kuerig machine, wine opener & glasses,etc. Yelp reviews were spot on for this hotel and as a local I would highly recommend to anyone visiting Seattle.

16/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
279. Anna S.
My husband and I booked this hotel in February (at an excellent rate through Expedia) for our four year anniversary/honeymoon we never had. We normally stay in cheaper hotels, but wanted to go all out for this special trip. And let me tell you, Hotel 1000 was worth it.
We checked in about four hours early with no hassle whatsoever. We weren't offered champagne at the front desk like some others have posted on here, but that may have been because it was so early in the day. However, the customer service was excellent. We told them it was our anniversary and that we didn't know much about swanky hotels or downtown Seattle, and they pretty much made it their mission to help us out.
We had booked the Deluxe City View w/ a King room, and found ours was on the top floor, which was nice. Our room was absolutely gorgeous, and the view was excellent from that high up. We enjoyed all the little sculptures in our room/bathroom... as well as the gorgeous bathroom itself. Everything felt luxurious and worth the money. We headed downtown to walk around, and when we returned back to the room, we found our bed decorated with rose petals, rose petals for the tub, and chocolate covered strawberries with champagne and a card from the hotel congratulating us on our anniversary. Such a nice gesture!
My husband and I also appreciated the turn down service, who left us candy on our pillows and an amazing bag of bath salts mixed with rose hips. The bathtub in our room was one of the best experiences of my life after walking all over town all day. The water falls from the ceiling, the tub itself is massive, and the bath salts and rose petals just made it to die for.
If you stay at this hotel, you definitely need to order room service from Boka. We had the truffle fries four separate times! They are delicious! They also offer a nicely stocked minibar, as well as a Keurig if you don't want to walk across the street to the coffee shops. On Saturday night we ordered from the bar and ate and drank in the studio across the lobby from Boka (beautiful fireplace and comfy seating).
All in all, our stay was incredible and worth every penny. We felt like royalty and it was hard to go back home after feeling so pampered. We will definitely stay here again in the future!

21/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
280. Leilani M.
What an amazing experience! I am I shock of how amazing a hotel can be.. Clearly I need to get out more, and come to Seattle. And then stay here :) 10 stars if I could!!

14/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
281. Thomas S.
We stayed several nights at this upscale hotel four or so slightly walking blocks from the Pike Place Market. I thought the room and space was well designed and comfortable, but my wife didn't care for the vibe. We had drinks late one night in the restaurant bar -- very nice. Breakfast the next morning in the same space was OK but not stellar for a higher end hotel, though service was excellent.

09/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
282. Kyle T.
My low score for Hotel 1000 is due to the awful valet service experience we had. My family and I stayed there three months ago. The room was nice. The restaurant inside the hotel served some yummy food. The golf simulator was fun, although my family and I are terrible at golf. However, what would have been an overall good experience was greatly tarnished by the valet service we received, especially for the extremely high prices we paid for the room and the parking.

When my family had checked out of the hotel and we were ready to head to the airport, the valet brought around our rental car which had a big scrape on the side of it. I know that this scrap wasn't there before since my family had just loaded in from that side of the car and would have noticed such a large scrape. The valet people went inside to look for management and discuss what to do. During this time the other valets brought around another hotel guest's car, and I witnessed a hotel guest get into her car and back up into our car right in front of me and the valets! I then went to see if there was any additional damage to our rental car from this woman. The valet saw me looking at my car and said "Oh I don't think she hit your car." I told him she definitely did, since I saw our entire car move. Luckily there was no significant visible damage from this woman backing up into our car, but it just goes to show that the valets were oblivious to this, so who knows what else happens to these cars.

Finally, a valet came back and handed us the business card of his manager. He told me that when we drop off our rental car, to hand this business card to the rental car employee and tell them to call the manager and he will take care of it. Some simple logical thinking can determine that this is ridiculous. If I bring back a rental car with a big scrape on it, the rental car company is going to charge me, plain and simple. They're not going to go out of their way and take the time to try to reach some guy on a business card and negotiate repair compensation, considering I'm already legally bound to pay for the repairs. The burden is on me.

Anyway, we used some water and napkins and were able to wash away enough of the car paint scrape from the car that the rental car company didn't charge us extra to fix the remaining scratches.

Unfortunately there really aren't any alternative parking options at this hotel, and there is no self park, so beware leaving your cars to the valets here, as they showed negligence on our visit.

29/10/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
283. T V.
Nice hotel in a good area of Seattle. Easy to walk to Seattle attractions or get to subway. Good restaurant and bar. Rooms were very nice. Friendly staff. Pricey. Definitely Pricey.

08/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
284. H-S R.
My bucket list is mostly hotel bath tubs. Given that I'm often sore and swollen, this makes complete sense. You know how aristocrats used to have desks put over their bath tubs in the 19th century?  I need that.

I have been in some pretty swank bath tubs. The Bowery Hotel in NYC. The Pan Pacific Hotel in Seattle. Those are nothing compared to Hotel 1000. NOTHING. I'm just a townie. I saw a great rate on the Hotels Tonight app on my iphone - $179. They gave me a glass of champagne when I checked in, nonetheless, and told me they could drive me around in the town car any place I wanted. Awesome. If I'd needed a hotel with great service and two happy hours and easy luxury, it would have been like winning the lottery. I needed the tub. Which, ok, I don't know why it fills from the ceiling. Faucet technology has been around for a long time. But, you know what they say, don't look a gift soaking tub in the hot water from the ceiling.

I spent FOUR HOURS in the bath tub. My companion woke me up because I had started snoring. It fixed everything. It would be a great place for people recovering from busy tourist vacations. The Pan Pacific is loud and often crowded. Hotel 1000 was personable and quiet. I'll go back early and often. Put Hotels Tonight on your phone if you need some soaking. Free wifi was nice, too.

10/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
285. Mary M.
I decided to celebrate my birthday in Seattle and booked a room with Hotel 1000, and it was the best decision ever. The location is perfect, everything is walking distance, the hotel staff is AMAZING!!!! They're all so friendly and made me feel really welcomed. The rooms are very nice, clean, and the beds are super comfy. Should I go back to Seattle anytime, Hotel 1000 is where I'll be staying.

19/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
286. Melanie L.
We were so impressed with the service and accommodations here. We booked on Hotwire and got a really good deal. Usually when we book with Hotwire at other hotels, we get a pretty basic room with no-frills kind of service. When we arrived here, the front desk person (Des, I think) was SO friendly. She upgraded us to a water view room and gave us each a glass of sparkling wine at the counter. She also greeted us by name when we walked up (probably because the valet had gotten our name outside.) Other perks are: free WiFi, a room that feels nice, and modern, a very pretty stand-alone bathtub, Storyville coffee across the street. The only gripes: $39 valet parking but that's standard in downtown, and it's a few blocks away from Pike Place Market and shopping. We didn't mind walking the extra few blocks. We had a wonderful experience here!!!

08/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
287. Linna Z.
Pretty good! The service is perfect and room is great. The location is very convenient. If I come to Seattle again, I will definitely book this hotel again.

09/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
288. Markus J.
Not sure how this hotel got such glowing reviews -- it's no Fairmont. Everything was OK but at least one of the staff answering the phone and the heavier set girl at the front desk don't enjoy their jobs enough. Their service was very forced and insincere. When I called a week later to simply ask about a charge on my credit card, the girl on the phone immediately became combative and rude, raising her voice and talking at me. If you want world-class service that is tried and tested and consistently top-notch, why would you take Hotel 1000 over the Fairmont? For these prices?? Come on.

10/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
289. Chelsea S.
Came here for a private event at the Studio 1000 room off of the lobby and was definitely impressed with the service and how swank the hotel is.  The Studio had huge comfy couches and a large table in the middle of the room with a fire.  We had a hosted bar and the bartender was very friendly.  Appetizers were passed and included antipasti, sliders, chicken peanut satay, mushroom canapes, and spanakopita.  

This was a very comfortable setting in a very convenient location downtown.  The concierge at the desk was friendly and helpful.  The restrooms off of the lobby were really clean and nice and they had homemade hot cocoa offered in the lobby.  Would definitely stay here or recommend people to stay here if visiting Seattle.

07/01/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
290. Randi P.
I can't say enough wonderful things about Hotel 1000.  We had our wedding there almost a year ago and everything was perfect! I'm not just saying that because it was our wedding. Everything from the valet, to the catering, and the room was just top-notch - including and especially the service!

As a wedding venue, we had looked a lot and I was so glad we choose Hotel 1000 for so many reasons. Our guests all had a great time!

23/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
291. G M.
I'm soooo surprised that this hotel has only 4 &1/2 star. This is the best hotel I ever stated at. The service is awesome. The staff is incredible.
I recommend you stay at this hotel once. None if the hotels around the world offers refresh room during the day after they cleaned your room once.

01/04/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
292. Daniel F.
nice weekend place to pamper yourself, water comes from sky to fill your tub, great place, but not a cheap weekend though but well worth it every once in awhile

06/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
293. Laura H.
Hotel 1000 is by far one of the most amazing hotels at which I've ever had the pleasure of staying. My fiance and I came into town for a little weekend getaway and were impressed by all the glowing reviews of Hotel 1000 as we were looking for a great hotel near all the action, so we booked it. Upon check-in, we were upgraded from a fourth floor corner room to an eleventh floor, waterfront-facing room, complete with glasses of bubbly! What's more, upon learning we're recently engaged, they sent a bottle of champagne and chocolate-covered roses to our room. Such a thoughtful and greatly appreciated gesture!

Beyond the amazing service, this is just an all-around lovely hotel. The location is fantastic - just a few blocks from Pike Place Market. The bed was incredibly comfortable and I went nuts for the giant bathtub, which does indeed fill from the ceiling (so fun!) like others have mentioned. My favorite, though, was the chaise lounge positioned by the window. There was much to see and do outside, but I loved sitting there and watching the ships come in and out. It was so beautiful and relaxing. Should I ever return, I won't stay anywhere but here!

25/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
294. Cassie N.
Okay seriously best hotel experience I've ever had in my life and I've stayed at a lot of hotels in my young life. I took my bf here for a surprise weekend getaway and it was just perfect. The service was top notch and the room was beautiful.

I purchased one of their packages on their website and indicated that I was celebrating my bf's birthday. Within a week of booking I received a follow up email including a form for any other special requests I would like or need, which was a nice touch I thought. I wanted early check in and they were more than happy to accommodate this within any extra charges.The package was for 1 night stay and it included free valet parking, breakfast in bed and 2 free drinks at Boka. We received a couple more free drinks since it was his birthday, which was nice (=

From the moment we got there to the moment we left we received exceptional service and felt almost spoiled, my bf definitely felt like the birthday boy. They even gave him a birthday card and a box of chocolates!

The room was beautiful, it was one of the nicest rooms I have ever stayed in. The lighting, bed, bathroom, everything was just perfect. My favorite part was the bathtub of course, with the water flowing from the ceiling! Its pretty amazing, something you kinda have to experience for yourself (rubber ducky included). Room service was wonderful too, you can order late into the night or just walk downstairs, the food comes from Boka which has excellent happy hour and decent breakfast if you know what to order. The service at Boka was also exceptional.

I feel like staff at Hotel 1000 strive to make your experience as amazing ans special as they possibly can, I have no complaints whatsoever! They were extremely warm, inviting and very accommodating. I seriously cannot wait to come back!!

07/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
295. Voncile A.
Sharp, excellent service. Parking onsite and cheap by my experience. The breakfast buffet is a great treat. Comparable price to staying at an, so why not stay somewhere interesting?

10/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
296. Heather N.
Stayed here again for 3 days for Thanksgiving.  Just as awesome as last time.  Love this hotel!

20/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
297. Kristy M.
Not happy with them. Call about possibly having my wedding there over a week ago. Left the party planning committee message and never got any calls back. Exectional Sevice? I didn't see any.

08/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
298. K M.
Let's just say that I think about my experience in Seattle, and at Hotel 1000, on a weekly, if not daily basis.

Boyfriend and I visited Seattle for a long weekend to celebrate my birthday and our 1 year anniversary. Hotel 1000 acknowledged my birthday with a complimentary dessert. We were wowed by the sparkling wine at check in (prosecco I think), so much so that we bought a bottle at the bar to enjoy in the room later!

We arrived in the morning, before rooms were ready, and they were great at expediting our room cleaning, offered me the spa to change clothes/primp in, and held our luggage for us.

While we were there we used Uber a lot, but later found out that the hotel does have a car service around the area. Totally will use that next time.

We had a deluxe room, city view, and still felt satisfied. The walkability/location of this place is fabulous - easy (uphill) walk to Pike's Place, the ferry center, and downtown.

My boyfriend did not understand the appeal of the bathtub until he tried it. In a word, amazing. Great Molton & Brown amenities - got me addicted. Great bed.

The service and staff were great! So friendly and helpful. Definitely pulled out all the stops.

I wasn't super impressed by the restaurant - food quality, service, etc - that's my only feedback. Much better eating close by.

I can't wait to come back!!

11/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
299. Chasen G.
Amazing, Amazing would recommend this place to anyone.  Beautiful rooms and Great service.

03/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
300. April S.
Awesome hotel with excellent service- it's all about the small things and they think of it all!

25/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
301. Sean C.
One of my personal favorite places to stay while in Seattle! Of course the bathtubs are one of the selling points for most people. I personally like the location and the bar down stairs.  The staff is very friendly and the facilities are super modern. They gave us free drinks once for having to wait 15min on our room to become available. It can be a little pricey for a room with a view but hey it's downtown!  Consider this place for the romance factor.

30/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
302. Rob N.
Cool room and view. But the beds...yikes time to change the mattreses!  Woke up with a terrible backache. I am using the much to do about ceiling tub to unhinge my vertabra.

All in all a good stay but someone go and put some time and attention to the beds. The rubber duck agreed with me "quack quack"

03/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
303. Temyka J.
Perfectly located on 1st St., about 5 blocks from the Public Market. The staff was wonderful, and concierge went above and beyond when helping us find a place to dine. We also received complimentary crab cakes from the hotel at an offsite restaurant. Sparkling champagne is serve from 1pm-11pm located at the front desk. The hotel decor is up to date and the rooms are very clean. You will also notice that they will place a robe out and candy by your bedside for turn down service. Overall, my stay here was pleasant and I would definitely return. Though I do believe it's time to update the mattresses. I can't say enough about the stellar service received from the staff. That alone will gain high ratings for this hotel. I would love to come back and take advantage of the Spa. I believe they also have golf located onsite as well.

27/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
304. Larry B.
Took my wife here for a little getaway for the night and we had a great time. The room was very clean and comfortable and the tub was fantastic. Also on arrival the free glass of wine hit the spot. Its also close to the waterfront attractions within walking distance. This is more of a couples place and is very quiet.

03/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
305. Max D.
Stayed here one night for our anniversary. We were greeted with champagne and the wife was given sparkling cider since she is pregnant. We had the sea-view room that was really nice. The television has the ability to play music through your own device and the bed was really comfortable. The bathroom was probably the best feature of the room with. Great shower and a huge soaking tub that fills from the ceiling.

The staff was very nice and there was free wifi in the rooms. They also have a complementary Lexus service that will take you around town. I am not sure how far they go as we just got dropped off down the block. It is in walking distance to pikes market and the water front.

This hotel is everything you would expect for a luxury hotel. It was pricey but worth it for the special occasion.

30/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
306. Marsha K.
Our entire week's stay here was incredible!  Since we'd purchased this room through a third party vendor, we expected to not get the best view room, but Sarah at the front desk got us a great room.  Not much of a view, but Seattle is often fogged in anyway and the rest of the room was top notch.  I'll mention the tub like everyone else, it is so much fun.  I think this hotel would be perfect for a honeymoon couple.

I did have one quibble that I shared with the general manager and he promised to address the issue ASAP as it did not reflect the rest of the hotel's service standard which is super high.

The location is great, lots of fun things to do within walking distance, especially Pike Place.

We took advantage of the on-call Lexus to get to one restaurant.  And at another  restaurant recommended by the hotel we received a free appetizer and they arranged for us to have a van ride back to the hotel.  For someone like me, it was kind of like having a 1% experience.  I enjoyed it tremendously even if it isn't the way I normally travel (can't afford to, honestly).

And finally, I cannot say enough good about wonderful Sarah.  She's was a delight from start to finish.  We were always so happy to see her when she was on the front desk, she really is the best!

25/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
307. Bianca O.
I travel quite a bit for work, so finding a hotel that feels like home is nothing more awesome than finding a leprechaun riding on a unicorn giving you a four leaf clover.


Not only was the staff amazing (shout out to Sydney for being thebomb.com !), but the room and bathroom were impeccably clean. As a germaphobe, there's nothing more amazing than feeling like you won't contract SARS from being cooped up in a hotel room shared by 87,429 other people.

And if that isn't awesome enough, the bathtub and Molton Brown hygiene products were the frosting and a cherry on top. I [heart] you, Molton Brown!

Upon checking out of the hotel the bellman handed me to most beautiful rose and told me to celebrate life. And then I died.

Who does this? Who cares about the minutia and details? Hotel 1000, that's who! I can't wait to go back to Seattle just so I can enjoy another night with my rubber ducky, clean sheets, and Molten Brown products.

04/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
308. Cath M.
I'm quite hesitant staying at "boutique" hotels from previous experiences... but I think that fear dissipated from my recent stay here!

This place oozes sexiness... wow.

Modern ... sleek... clean... and the view of downtown Seattle was just gorgeous! The staff was attentive and friendly... that goes along way for anyone and I appreciate that!

The friend said our room was an "executive suite" (work comp -- insert happy dance here!) it offered amazing views... and the bathtub... the water fills from the top down and it's just so cool to see... (yes simple things amaze me!) and you have view of the city while taking a bath... how serene and peaceful is that after a hard day at work (traveling too!) The shower was huge too...

The room in general was huge... table to work on... sofa ... the bed was comfy... can't complain!

Well worth checking out if you're in the area... not too sure if you're driving or have a rented car... we just took a cab from the airport so that wasn't a hassle for us.

28/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
309. Rose G.
Incredible service, beautiful rooms, and a guaranteed romantic experience. I came here with my boyfriend to celebrate our anniversary and we were very impressed by Hotel 1000. They made a big deal out of our anniversary and gave us a few extra treats to celebrate. The room was very well decorated and the bathtub was unique - the water to fill the tub falls from the ceiling. I wish we had enough time to try the spa, but I'm sure we will be back so perhaps next time.
I should note that we were delighted by Jessica ' s attention and service (the woman who worked the front desk.)
Thank you Hotel 1000 for a fantastic stay!

27/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
310. Joa K.
Preface: We did not stay in the rooms. We were here for 2 days for a corporate event. We booked the Studio 1000 room plus catering for both days.

13 coworkers were here for a team-building workshop. I was stressing out about all the logistics that go with planning such a thing. Food, transportation, location/venue, timing, agenda, events, etc. But Hotel 1000 was the one part of all my planning that was easy breezy. A special thank you to Maya, who was our point of contact for all our space and catering needs.

Hotel 1000 provided all the food, beverage, space, flip charts, A/V equipment, and parking (valet) with ease. All I had to do was a bunch of follow-up on my part. They executed perfectly.

The price is relatively fair, considering the amazing location and modern accommodations. I will not give you what we paid (confidential quote!). But if you contact someone at the hotel directly, they will be happy to work with you/negotiate with you. That's the fun part anyway! :P

The Studio 1000 room is lovely. It has a large table with a "fire pit" in the center. Makes the whole room quite warm and toasty. You can turn this off of course. The atmosphere is very intimate and cozy. Exactly what we were looking for. It was a challenge to make any sort of semi-circle at any side of the room because of the huge table in the center but it was OK. Like I said, we had 13 people and I think that's the maximum number of people that fit comfortably around the large firepit table thingy. Forced everyone to be closer together, mwahaha. Excellent.

Some notes on the room: It's a corner room, street level. Sometimes it's distracting with all the windows. You can hear all the sirens, see all the random people on the street. At one point we saw a very passionate couple making out right in front of us. Entertaining for sure - our team was fine with it because we're cool. Haha ;P But just a note if you don't think that would be OK for your event.

Also, since the Studio 1000 room is right next to the lobby, some conversations will echo to the room. A bit distracting and annoying. But it's not like you can go outside and tell guests/concierge to be quiet. So, again, if your event requires no distractions - Studio 1000 room is not a good fit. BUT - they do have some other rooms that could work. They have a diverse "room portfolio!"

The catering was great! Food was from the hotel's kitchen and everyone raved about it. Some highlights: the tomato soup was delicious! Perfect balance of warm, earthy, sweet, savory, acidic, etc. I was really happy with it! The red velvet cheesecake was AMAZING. Yeah, I said it. AMAZING. I wanted to go for a second serving but I already felt so fat from eating the generous portions~! The beverages were always chilled and available. ZERO problems there. We had bottles of water, juice, coffee, tea, and Pellegrino at our every disposal. Very good service and quality food & beverage. Super happy with this.

The A/V stuff worked out just fine. The A/V experts are not onsite at the hotel but they are just down the street and available if any problems arise. Everything worked as expected.

I am really pleased with the service we received at Hotel 1000. They are very professional, prompt, trustworthy. I am definitely recommending this place for future corporate events!!

20/09/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
311. Nate H.
Hotel is located on 1st and Madison. It's about five blocks from Pike Market.  If you don't enjoy walking up a hill. I suggest you walk one block down to the water front.  Then walk towards Seattle Aquarium and cross the street to the parking structure.  There will be an elevator that will take you right into Pike Market.  

Our room was on the 8th floor with a bay view.  It was magnificent.  The room had a  modern professional look. Nice size bathroom with a standing shower and  bathtub.  We were WOW when we first walk in the room. They also gave us a complimentary bottle of their local Wine because they forgot to have our baby crib ready by the time we check in. That is what  you called great customer service! Staffs was friendly and helpful.  Would definitely stay again and recommend to friend and family.

10/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
312. Ty F.
LOVE LOVE LOVE the location and the waterfall bathtub for two! The hotel room was not that big, but the bed was comfy (this from a picky sleeper) and the view of the waterfront (we were upgraded) was fabulous. The turn down service the first night was a sweet touch (but apparently not an option the second night). Love that the room was full of charging/playing options for our various Mac items.

The front desk help were very friendly and helpful when my bf misplaced his phone charger (they lent one to us). The valets seemed nice enough, though we didn't really use them because we walked everywhere from the Pike Place Market to EMP to SAM and Pioneer Square.

I'd easily say here again the next time we're in Seattle.

The Boka restaurant had an adequate restaurant and wait staff. We only had breakfast there. It was fine.

01/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
313. Melissa H.
Had a wonderful stay here! The rooms are beautiful and the staff is very friendly and attentive. The bath was delightful- huge and deep. The showers are sort of tiny, but had good water pressure. The location is excellent for shopping and tourist stuff and walking distance to some great bars and restaurants in Belltown. I highly recommend skipping the restaurant in the hotel- vastly overpriced for very average food.

27/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
314. Kathy F.
I've stayed here a couple times when I was in Seattle, WA. The rooms were very spacious and we were able to have two bathrooms in our room, which was great for us! I found the staff very friendly as well. I would definitely stay there again.

09/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
315. Candy B.
This is a classy joint. The rooms are very comfortable and well stocked. I booked a lovely corner suite with great views. The bathroom was a little weird (the tub water comes from a hole in the celling) but fun none the less. I love the virtual golf in the fitness area! By far my favorite part of staying here was the food. The pounten with foie gras was to die for.

18/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
316. Sheila E.
I have stayed at nine different hotels in the Seattle area in the past five years, and Hotel 1000 is definitely one of my two favorites!

Incredible service from everyone - front desk staff, bellman and housekeeping.  You are welcomed with a glass of champagne, which I think is a really nice touch. Rooms are decorated in soothing colors, bed was incredibly comfy, nice work area, complimentary internet (which I always appreciate), great bathroom, good hairdryer, and very clean. Valet parking is easy, and I love the added touch of putting water bottles in your car each time they bring your car around.  And I love that they use Molton Brown products!

Ate at Boka restaurant, and it was really good - I would highly recommend eating there, even if you are not staying at the hotel.  Service was fast and efficient, and the outdoor seating area was perfect on the 75 degree weather day.

Also great location - about 6 blocks from Pike Market, and about 4 blocks to Pioneer Square.  Price was pretty decent for a high end boutique hotel, and I'd definitely stay here again if I can get the low rate I got (depends on the time of year you are visiting Seattle).

Overall, a great experience and I would definitely recommend it if you are looking for a boutique hotel in a great location with and top-notch service.  Can't wait to return Hotel 1000!

27/05/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
317. Wes B.
Had a very nice stay at Hotel 1000 - situated in the downtown Seattle area, the concierge staff were very polite and attentive.  They were somewhat helpful in suggestions for restaurants, but didn't have much pull to get us into any of our primary dinner selections the first night of our arrival.  Housekeeping wasn't so attentive - we asked for extra towels couple of times during our stay and another rollaway bed - those fell through the cracks and did require follow up.  Didn't eat at hotel, so can't comment on food.  Hotel staff were all very friendly - and sincerely so, which is a rare find these days.  Overall was a nice place to stay.

18/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
318. Noah L.
Service, service and more service! Best hotel service I have ever had, hands down. From check in with a free glass of champagne, to a room switch to get a nicer bathtub, through all meals in the great restaurant to checkout, everyone was accommodating, polite  and exceptionally professional. If I ever find myself in Seattle again I will absolutely stay here.

Good job Hotel 1000 staff and management, you hit a home run with this traveller!

09/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
319. Ken M.
Incredible service, beautiful rooms wonderful food and champagne at check in !

Wonderful service from everyone - front desk staff, bellman and housekeeping

And the bathtub !!

28/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
320. Lisa M.
Hubby and I really have too many great things to say about this hotel! It was super easy to book, I got a good deal on a city view deluxe room off expedia.

The hotel is gorgeous, modern and clean, yet still warm and inviting. Checkin was easy, and we were offered complimentary glasses of sparking wine as a welcome. Uh, yes please!

Our room was on the 11th floor, and it was a corner room with a city view. Our view was mainly of the office building next door, but it was still nice. The room was super spacious with a living room, a big bedroom, and a big bathroom. There were two TVs also!

TWO shower heads! One handheld and one rainfall. Awesome!! Shower was huge too. Lots of counter space, though the sink tended to splash water everywhere

We had a king so it was big and comfy. The pillows were too soft and squishy for us though, we both slept with our heads at weird angles because of it.

We received a complimentary newspaper at our door in the morning, and they have water in the lobby with to-go cups, lids, and straws which was nice. Valet parking only, and it's $40/day, which sucks, but they brought the car around quickly and when we got in, there were two bottles of water placed for us in the cup holders. Nice touch!!

The location is pretty great- only a few blocks away from the pier and Pike place, and easy to find on 1st. It's the little things like that, and the great service, that made this hotel one of our most enjoyable stays anywhere. Next time we come to seattle, we're definitely staying here.

18/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
321. Brandi S.
The service was impeccable. I have been to many hotels all over the country and this one has raised the bar. Right when you get there you are greeted by the friendliest valets, then the receptionist hands you a flute of champagne while you deal with the check in. The room (I had the double queen on the 14th floor) was not disappointing. My favorite part was the bathtub with the window into the room. The attached restaurant/bar was also delicious and has 2 happy hours. If you need a place to stay near pike place market, this is absolutely the one to pick. I will be returning.

07/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
322. Ivy Lou H.
This hotel has a really good location. It's situated on 1st Ave. which is super close to Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square and the waterfront. With it's service and price, it's all worth it. Staff are great and trained very well to accommodate their guests.

They have a very comfortable modern room with a beautiful big tub for a nice bath. Housekeepers tidy up your room every time you leave the room.

They have a restaurant "BOKA" that serves great food. I love their beef duo cooked like a steak with fried onion strips and just a little bit of "caramel-like" sauce to give a great taste!

Valet is $45/day but service is great. Call ahead and the guys and will bring your car right away with complementary water in case you get thirsty.

I would love to recommend this hotel for everyone who's looking a pretty nice place to stay in Seattle. It's four star service at three star prices.

14/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
323. Alex L.
Where do you go to escape the California drought blues?  Well if you can't get the time off to the Amazon rain forest, just head up north to Seattle where it's either raining or about to rain. No drought here.

Having never been to Seattle, I let the better half pick the hotel.  After spending days contemplating on the hotel and location, we lost the opportunity to book this hotel for a cheaper rate.  Even after the price hike, we decided to book this hotel anyways due to the central location to what this sleepless city had to offer.

From the street, the hotel didn't wow me.  The lovely tattooed lady at the front desk was super sweet and hospitable and upgraded us to a suite.  Once I opened the door to the suite, my jaw dropped as I was so impressed.  The room was spectacular from the luxorious linens, modern decor, plush robes/slippers, all the way to the most amazing rainshower bathrooms which I've missed in California.  Next to the Wynn, this was the best room I've ever stayed in.

Since this hotel had such a great location, you can easily walk to Pike Place and sip coffee all up and down the street along the way.  On the night we chose to dine at the Space Needle, we elected to get shuttled in their complimentary Lexus which serves hotel guests to anywhere within the 2 mile radius.  It's the perfect answer when you don't want to call a Taxi yet still want curbside service when your lady's in heels.  All the guys working the curbside are such gentlemen as well as the hotel staff making it the most romantic weekend getaway ever!

On a scale of 1-100, this hotel definitely deserves 1000.

07/10/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
324. Kimberly D.
Great customer service and bubbly on check-in!

The bathroom is pretty neat with a privacy blind as needed. The water coming out of the ceiling to fill the tub is cool but not practical. Not that I didn't try it out though.

The hotel is beautiful and conveniently located. The gym is tiny but effective. There is also a virtual golf room!

Valet parking will cost you your first born, but that's the same for every other hotel in the area.

I would love to stay there again.

10/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
325. Jennifer Arlem M.
I've been meaning to check out this place for a whole and yesterday I finally did. We had the opportunity to attend a networking event for Sunday brunch and it was so much fun. The food was delicious and the service was even better. I'm pretty sure we went over our time limit for the reservation of the studio, but the staff didn't mind and let us carry on with the conversation. I haven't had a chance to visit as a guest, but I definitely recommend this place if you're looking for a venue to host your upcoming event.

13/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
326. Danny P.
Can not fault this hotel. Beautiful room, great service, food served to your room 24 /7 hot and tasty. Fantastic location....staff so friendly and professional. Best hotel I have strayed in for a while ....
We will be back.

03/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
327. Ly D.
Hotel 1000 is a super trendy hotel smack dab in downtown Seattle. You'd never know it by just looking at its street level, though. It's completely unassuming until you walk in.

Chelsea checked us in & she was super nice! At the end of our check in, we were offered a couple of glasses of bubbly, how could we say no to that? :) Armed with our luggage, bubbly & Seattle pamphlets, we headed up to the luxe parlor suite!

Wow, I can't even describe the level of luxury I felt just looking at the room. It was definitely THE nicest hotel I've been to. The boo always treats me like a princess & Hotel 1000 sure made us feel like royalty! The TV screens greeted us with a personalized welcome & the suite felt very relaxing and zen.

Odd but I totally loved the bathroom!! The ceiling shower head simulated a calm rain & it felt extra nice to be showered with so much water! All of the amenities were really nice as well. Full sized mounted shampoo, conditioner, body wash, hand soap & lotion AND shower caps, makeup remover wipes, cotton pads & q-tips.

Sometime before returning to our room for the night, house cleaning made their way in & provided turn down service. The robes were taken out, slippers were provided & complimentary chocolates were found on the bed. It's little touches like these that make this place so amazing. Newspapers are left in front of the door each morning & the staff always has a smile on their faces.

I would recommend Hotel 1000 to EVERYBODY! If I ever find myself back in Seattle, I will definitely make it a point to stay here again. Thanks for all of the wonderful memories! :)

21/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
328. Brenda A.
I've only been in the suites before,  but this place is stunning. Great seattle views for the room windows,  lots of room,  great location,  and a great bar/restaurant downstairs.  Hint: if you know where to look,  you'll see a lot of famous people here while they're in town for an evening or two.

16/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
329. Chris J.
We stayed here for my finances birthday two years ago.We're not rich by any means so this was way big a spend. I was nervous, and vallet parking was 40 so I was like f it were rich tonight lol. the room was not available with the bathtub that I paid for which was why I picked the place so I was bummed but then they gave us an upgrade to seaside view with the tub. so beautiful! amazing room. the staff from the moment we came in were so genuinely kind and happy. I wrote a real letter thanking the hotel but a yelp review is def due.

They were also producing snow lol Dec 23rd

18/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
330. Jin Y.
We decided to do our first family trip to celebrate our birthdays by flying to Seattle since it was our first time flying with a 5 month old (didn't want to go further in case he freaked out on the plane). I told my husband we should stay here because of all the great reviews.

This hotel is pretty nice, centrally located in downtown, walking distance to the waterfront, pike's place, seattle art museum, a ton of coffee shops, pioneer square. From the outside, it's not that exciting to look at and inside is nice, clean (not luxe or grand). Service is great and people are friendly.

When we checked in, they greeted us by name. We didn't get any champagne though but I did ask for it when we got into our rooms and I didn't find anything waiting there for us (since I read people were greeted with wine, I was expecting it). They quickly brought over 2 glasses of champagne to help us celebrate but I did feel slightly embarrassed I had to ask. I noticed there were no rubber duckies in the bathroom. But, they did remember our crib and mini fridge for my breastmilk so that was great.

We asked Grant from concierge to help us with booking our bday dinner that we spoke about on the phone and he called us to confirm while we were strolling around pike's place. That was really nice that we didn't have to worry about making reservations. The concierge has been pretty amazing in planning our itinerary.

Once we got home, we were offered turn down service.  I asked for a rubber ducky for my kid and some chocolates.

I called the spa about their services and they sent us their menu and the guy who came by with our champagne earlier in the day brought two more glasses. Nice touch! Finally feeling a little like we got some special treatment.

2nd night we came home after a long day of touring around and we were beat. Our baby was irritable, hungry, and cold. I asked the front desk for any toys for our baby since everything we packed with us, he hated now. She brought out a wagon with a bunch of toys so we picked a red ball and a tiny rubber ducky. Once we came in the room, we bathed him and he loved playing with those toys. What a savior!

We ordered room service (half dz kumamoto oysters - I was dying to have oysters in Seattle and we couldn't make time in our itinerary so it was a last min decisin to get it through room service - truffle fries, and calamari). The food was not as good as when we had it in the restaurant.  Not just temperature but things were forgotten and lime was stale/completely dehydrated. This wouldn't be such a big deal if it wasn't way more expensive to eat in our rooms than in the restaurant (and the only reason we ordered room service was because our baby was asleep).

Also, tv was broken (apparently through the entire hotel) with no definite timeline for having it fixed. Again this wouldn't be such a big deal if we weren't stuck in our rooms since our baby was sleeping. I emailed Jessica the concierge about the food since I didn't want to use the phone and wake the baby.

In the 1.5 days left, the hotel staff more than made up for all our initial apprehension. When we came back to the hotel on our 2nd to last day after being away all day in Kingston, I read an email from Jessica, the concierge, apologizing for the medicore room service and she took it off our bill. When we came back to the hotel we asked the front desk about the tv situation. Sadly it was still broken throughout the hotel.  That sucked cuz once we turn in with the baby and put him to sleep there really is nothing for us to do. She offered us some bath salt, a blabla toy for our baby, and a free ppv movie since that function seemed to work. Wow, that was so unexpected! Elated, we went up to our room, took a bath (I saw we had a new rubber ducky this time joining our others as well as chocolates on our bed and my nightie was folded) and ordered room service. We finally picked our movie, baby fell asleep, but the movie function didn't work. Aughhh. Called the front desk and it seemed like others had the same issue. He asked if he could send us anything but we told him we already ordered and ate our room service meals. He told us he would take that off our bill. Wow! The hotel went above and beyond. At this point I felt bad for even complaining.

They let us do late check out, got a town car for the airport ride, and Grant the concierge gave us amazing recommendations for the last few hrs before we had to leave seattle.

Although our first family slash bday trip started off a bit underwhelming, hotel 1000 more than made up for it and the excellent customer service and above and beyond attention to their clients will def make us come back to stay with them. Plus the location and its great walkability to zip cars, pike's place, the waterfront, coffee and gift shops, pioneer square, are all added bonuses.

20/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
331. Peter D.
If you ever visit Seattle make sure you stay here. It is the best hotel I've been too, the service goes above and beyond here, room service is quick and fast. Staff is super helpful and friendly if you ever need an itinerary around town. Our room was cleaned twice a day! It was amazing. I didn't have a room with a view and they switched me promptly to one with one, no questions asked. The hotel is located in the middle of everything, you can have a short 5 minute walk to Pike Marketplace and visit all the popular land marks. The rooms were large and very spacious and modern, the amenities all worked nothing was out of place, the tub had water running down from the ceiling!

They offer a hotel car that can take you around town if it is available be sure to ask them about it :-)

13/05/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0