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Rating: 3.47

Address: 4507 Brooklyn Ave NE, Seattle, WA, 98105

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    Comments (137):

    1. Corinne K.
    spacious rooms.  free internet access. great location.  affordable pricing. lovely views from the upper floors. clean.  helpful staff.

    21/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    2. Genevieve A.
    hotel deca rocks! had a few friends up there last night to celebrate my birthday. great view, nice rooms, awesome staff. my friends and i were parading around the hotel at 4 am being drunk and silly, and the man at the front desk told us we could go grab our drinks from our room and drink them and hang out in the lobby (which is beautiful) by the fireplace if we wanted. totally chill. and reeeaally stylish.

    29/07/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Mirella B.
    the hotel is nice enough and it is a good location. I'm here at the moment and during the past 2 hours, I had two separate major disappointments. The most recent of the two involves the refrigerator that I had to request when I made my reservation (but wasn't in my room). When it finally arrived and plugged in, it was "on" for hours but not working. Two separate fix-it guys dropped by and turned some sort of timer on the back that seemed to have to do with the defrost. I really need the freezer to work and stay working, so that my precious milk doesn't thaw, but noone could assure me that the freezer wouldn't just stop (based on the timer). argh.

    11/12/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    4. Dawn D.
    I have stayed at Hotel Deca two times in the lat 4 years and just spent the weekend there. In the past I have had great experiences with this hotel, not only was it comfortable and hip but the staff was incredible.  This last weekend was less than favorable, upon arrival in our room late Friday night we discovered that our AC didn't work and of course it was the hottest week of the year and we were on the 12th floor. We called the front desk but they were unable to do anything about it, their suggestion? open the windows.  Well that  is profound, anyways the windows only open a small crack and don't really allow the air to come in, that coupled with all the street noise we were up all night long in misery. Staff came on Saturday morning to fix the AC but they were unable to do so so they moved us one floor down to another room.  This was nice actually, however it would have been nice to go higher but that is ok.  Our first night there we also experienced an entire floor dedicated to a bunch of young kids from Chicago partying loudly.  Lucky for us they quieted down by midnight.  

    When we came back on Saturday night, there was a huge crowd out front with tons of cops and two very large kids having a serious fight.  University district is cool at times, however there is nothing worse than a bunch of drunk frat boys running amok in the streets, not very safe to go out alone after dark.   The free shuttle is a joke, you have to schedule well in advance and buses are far from convenient if you need to return after 9pm.  Cab rides from downtown are close to 20 dollars.  

    next time I will stay downtown or on Capital Hill.

    03/08/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. G G.
    I stayed at the Hotel Deca for a conference this past week for 2 nights.  Normally, I'd give it a 3.5, but I rounded up to 4 because overall it was a good experience.  Others commented on the lack of plugs in the room and I was tempted to take a surge protector, but I did find enough plugs, but did have to unplug an unnecessary lamp in the process.  The bed was OK, not the slab of granite that some describe, but not too bad either.  They did have an iPod hookup radio in the room and a nice flat panel swivel TV.  I had a corner room on the 14th floor that looked out towards the space needle.  I utilized room service twice and the only drawback is that you can only order off of the breakfast, lunch or dinner menu when it is during that eating time.  For example, I wanted a club sandwhich at 8pm, but was told that it was only available during the lunch hour, so I opted for the fish and chips.  It would be nice to offer a few more sandwich types of options all day, as I typically don't want a full dinner meal in the evening.  However, the food was above average and the service was prompt.  During the convention, we had two lunches catered by the hotel, and the wait staff was great, and most of the guests were very complimentary on the meals.  I have to admit the staff went out of their way to be nice.  The lobby was decorated very well, (kind of a hip trendy setting), but not completely over the top, except maybe for the blue velvet and brushed metal in the elevator.  Bathrooms are small and body lotion would be nice, but the soap and shampoo were above average.

    15/08/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. Mimo K.
    i didn't pick this place, my brother did. but i liked what he chose.  the hosts were friendly and efficient, the lobby was unique. decor throughout was pretty fun, but still functional. deco style. and i loved the exterior with its subtle style.  tully's is right next door, there is an entrance from the lobby.

    the rooms comfortable. outfitted with flat-screen tv (that was kind of hard to see from both beds at once). the bathroom in our double bedroom were clean and stylish, but small. it had a pedestal sink and one glass shelf above it, so no room for all your cosmetics ladies.  coolest touch was the iHome alarm clock. i didn't need to unpack my ipod charger.

    as for location, i'm not really qualified. we were there to see my sister, had a car, and didn't really hang out in the area.  i could see that it was walking distance to some shops and restaurants.  

    i would def stay here again.

    15/04/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    7. Holly S.
    Stayed here this weekend and really enjoyed myself.  I remember staying here before the remodel, and can't believe the difference.  It's gone from funky to fab.  Comfy bed with good quality bedding.  The bathroom was clean with a giant tub and good water pressure.  Flat screen TV, an IPod-compatible clock radio, free WiFi.  I've been spoiled by the Watertown, though, and missed some of the amenities that are standard there (complementary breakfast and wine tasting).  And some things just can't be transformed by a makeover - old hotels always smell a little like old socks.  Still, a great option if you're staying in the University District.

    29/06/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Shawnta B.
    This was our third visit to the Deca in Seattle. We will always stay here when we travel to Seattle. It is close to several ethnic restaurants and the UW. We like that it is so close to downtown. The staff is always wonderful. We were upgraded to a beautiful city view room with no extra charge for both visits. You can walk to just about anything you need, gas, Trader Joe's restaurants, Apple Store, and a bike shop. The freeway access is only a few blocks away. Parking is extremely reasonable. The decor is fun and the views cannot be beat - it is a treat to wake up to the city skyline unobstructed......you will not find a better hotel or a better rate.

    18/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    9. D M.
    This is a cool hotel.  You can tell that it was a revamp on an olde hotel.  Adds personality.  Only fours stars because they have a Tully's in the lobby and their "gym" is more like a closet with a pogo stick.

    09/09/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Pamela G.
    The Hotel Deca in the University District of Seattle is a must-stay.  The beautiful murals in the lobby and lounge area are so interesting and comforting to look at.  The very competent and professional staff were attentive to every detail and were friendly all the while!  Our stay was specific for two nights and three days visiting the Seattle Children's Hospital for clinic and hospitals procedures.  The comfortable, clean and QUIET rooms were perfect for us.  The room-darkening shades allowed our daughter to sleep peacefully during the day between visits, and the neighborhood being so close the the beautiful U of W had every amenity possible, including a Safeway and Walgreens which we really needed.  i can't say enough about this hotel.  Coming from out of state for a hospital visit is a very draining and emotional experience.  This pretty and comfortable hotel made the stay easy for us.  Thank you.  We can't wait to come back under more "fun" circumstances and enjoy the restaurant too.  

    San Francisco,

    30/07/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. amy m.
    This place is great for the price! I stayed here on business, because I couldn't find a good deal at the typical Marriott or Hyatt. The staff seem to be eager college students from University of Washington and are very ready and willing to help. I love that there is a Tullys in the lobby, it is definitely a good change from the hotel lobby folgers and powdered creamer. But, duh, this is Seattle... There are coffeeshops inside of coffeeshops and no one here drinks bad coffee!

    The workout room was a little lacking, but it had all the essentials: treadmill and a bike. The lobby is really cool looking and the decor is very funky

    The only thing that concerned me was that I swear my room was haunted. I would get back from somewhere and my window would be open or the heat would just shut off. Very strange. Either way, the beds were comfy and the rooms were just the perfect amount of space for the price.

    22/09/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    12. A. S.
    This hotel is really great. I went to Seattle with a few of my friends for a wedding. We stayed at the Hotel Deca and had a wonderful experience. The girl at the front desk was excellent... very accommodating... and we instantly knew we would love the place. Our favorite part was the restaurant/speakeasy attached to it. We were all exhausted from our flights by the time we got to the hotel, so this was the perfect place to unwind. Great food, great booze prices, and live music! Also, it was really convenient that the Tully's coffee shop was right in the hotel. Everything was clean, which is really important to me in a hotel. If we come back to Seattle, we'll be staying here!

    14/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Roxanne B.
    The view from the higher ("sky-level") rooms is quite lovely. The beds are extremely comfortable, and the televisions and iPod radios are awesome. Of course, they have the usual hotel things, like way overpriced water temptingly sitting in the room, but you have to expect that anywhere. The lobby is actually really attractive, and the whole place has a very Art Deco feel.

    10/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Maryann H.
    Recently visited Seattle on business and had the extreme pleasure of staying at Hotel Deca upon the recommendation of a colleague.  LOVED the hotel, the service, the room, breakfast in the District Lounge and the super professionalism and friendliness of the staff.  Complimentary shuttle service to downtown was an extra added bonus.  I would highly recommend Hotel Deca to anyone visiting Seattle for business or pleasure.  Great value and service.

    29/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    15. Jeremy S.
    Most of the other reviews here make our experience here seem like an anomaly...but still, it's our experience, so that's what I'm going to write about. The long and the short of it: we get to our room, put our son to bed, and subsequently realize that A) the heater doesn't work, and B) the cold water taps in the bathroom don't work (on the sink OR the bathtub). Since we'd already put the boy to bed, we figured there wasn't much that could be done about it that night, so we dealt. We reported the problems in the morning, and while they did fix the issues over the course of the day, they did not offer us any compensation for the inconvenience. We had to ask "so...can we get a discount or something because of this?" We were already getting a discounted rate ($116/night) because we came in on a "last minute special" (we were stranded in Seattle when I-5 flooded and we couldn't get back to Portland), so they did drop it down to $99 a night...but still, the fact that we had to ask was kind of galling.

    Even apart from those issues (I mean, COME ON, even if I'm staying in a MOTEL 6, I expect the heat and the cold water to work!!) I'm still pretty unimpressed with this place. It's like they're trying to do "luxury", but forgot most of the details. The rooms themselves are decent, the beds comfortable, and the views quite nice, but it's the little things, like - no bathrobes. No outlets (well, ONE outlet that was free, i.e. didn't have a lamp already plugged into it). A shelf that was in the way of the bathroom outlet so we couldn't plug in a hair dryer. Cheap bedding that wasn't quite warm enough (especially considering that the HEAT WASN'T WORKING one night).

    Contrast this to Hotel Lucia in Portland (a similar newly renovated hotel that's about the same price per night), where, while the rooms are quite small, they've thought of ALL the little details that make your stay that much nicer. It just seems like Deca was cobbled together without much thought to the people who were going to stay there.

    Although overall, the stay wasn't horrible, and for the price we paid, actually not all that bad, I probably wouldn't stay here again, and I DEFINITELY would never pay full price. It was barely worth it at $99 a night.

    09/01/09 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    16. I A.
    The lobby is great and the downstairs lounge had a very cool and energetic duo playing. Room: meh ... there was mold in the bathroom. Maybe increase the bleach budget a little. Great location, however.

    11/07/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    17. P J.
    We stayed here based on Yelp reviews. At 4.5 when we reserved, this place *should* be nicer than Inn at the Market or The Sheraton in Seattle, and I've stayed at both. It is not in the same league as those two lovely establishments.

    People. This is not a 4.5 star place. Honestly. It's a 3 star at best, even with their nice service.

    So, this is an old hotel that's been renovated. Because of its odd shape, there are only 12 rooms on each floor. The whole place has been updated, and it has some nice touches that keep with its theme.

    The cons:
    - Rooms are tiny and oddly shaped.
    - Our bathtub did not drain. Oh no, we stood in calf-high water in the shower. Gross. The hair and grime left over was even grosser, and we're not sure of the grime's precise origins.
    - Hallways seemed loud, thankfully not that many people were on each floor.
    - Half the hotel looks out on the parking lot to the North.
    - Renovation lacked some things. ie they still have the snow-flocked stuff on the ceilings.
    - Odd layout makes it impossible to hang the TV across from the bed, resulting in weird viewing angles.
    - No counter space in the very small bathroom.
    - Toiletries were so stinky we stopped and bought our own soap at Safeway, which is just down the street.

    What this hotel really amounts to is a decent hotel in a University area. It's seen a fair amount of wear and tear. It's odd.  I wouldn't go back, no. I wouldn't recommend this place to a friend. Sorry yelpers, I wanted to like this place but didn't see the appeal, especially when you're ranking it above some of the finer hotels in town.

    04/06/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    18. Eileen L.
    We checked in a bit ago, and there are a lot of nice things to say about it.  Here are the first impressions:

    First and best, we have a view of the Space Needle!!  Yay.  (Although from this distance, it looks tiny.)

    Bathroom is small, which is typical for an older hotel that's been redone.  

    Flat screen tv with CD/DVD player.

    Free wi-fi.

    Chaise lounger + two queen beds, and the room is still spacious.  This is great because we have two tween girls.

    Very little in the way of storage.  Closet has a plastic organizer and there are two drawers under the nightstand.  That's it.  

    NO MINIBAR!  Bummer, especially when you consider the tweens.

    But, I just spun around in my leather desk chair, and caught another glimpse of the Space Needle.  Yay!!

    27/07/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    19. Jeff L.
    First, one way you know you're addicted to yelp:  When you're writing reviews of places while you're still at them.

    Was in town for the weekend for my bachelor party and my friends posted me up here.  Wonderful, accommodating service complimented by great decor, and a beautiful view (as well as a super nice bed) made this a great place to enjoy.

    I stayed in the sky suite and loved every second of it.  It's not a 5 star hotel, but it deserves a 5 star yelp rating.  Also, the U-district is a cool enough neighborhood with enough very close bus access to make it so you can get where you need to go in Seattle.

    11/05/08 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    20. ML ..
    This is one lovely and beautiful hotel.  We stayed here as an overnight pit stop to Vancouver, BC and wow.  I didn't pick this place, so I had no idea what this hotel would be like, but damn...I wish I could have stayed here longer.  

    The staff were friendly and professional.  We got the cheapest room and we actually still managed to have a view.  The interior was colorful and fun ... beautifully put together.   They have an awesome lobby area with big chairs/couches and a huge fireplace.

    One less star for the hotel restaurant not serving food after 10p, which I think is a bit early for a Friday night.  

    I will definitely stay here for a longer visit when I go back to Seattle.

    04/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    21. Marjorie Stewart B.
    The room was very clean and spacious. Decor inside is nice and stylish which is always a big rating factor for me. I stayed in sky level lodging, which is a bit larger than the cheaper studio suite option. There was a flatscreen TV in my room.  Check in service left me well informed and the staff was very professional.  I booked the sleep park and cruise package which turned out to be excellent (free parking during cruise, includes light breakfast and shuttle to cruise). The shuttle service to the pier was prompt and fantastic. I took bus transportation back to the hotel and there are a few main bus stops really close to the hotel, being in the heart of the University district. I ate in the hotel restaurant and the breakfast food was good. I noticed a bar and coffee shop in the hotel as well.
    Overall I would rate this hotel at 4 stars because of how nice it was combined with a great experience. This place definitely tries to give quality service and it shows.
    Only downside that I should mention: I could hear the neighbors a little in the bathroom through the drainage pipes although closing the bathroom door solved the problem. I also noticed some minor mold on the bathroom ceiling.

    06/09/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    22. A L.
    This place is really nice!  

    I stayed here because of its proximity to the UW campus.  Its exterior doesn't scream "cool interior" as is seen in the pics on the website.  But don't worry, once you enter the building, it really does look like the pics!  The staff was really nice, the public bathrooms (well, the conference level restrooms) are clean.  The rooms are so nicely decorated and have great new amenities such as the flat screen tv and iPod radio-docking stations.  There is a cool chaise lounge and big bed.  Really, it looks like the pictures on the website!  

    My only beef with this hotel and why it got demoted one star?  Considering that they are located in Seattle, internet/computer friendly town, especially with its close proximity to the University of Washington, I should NOT have trouble finding an electrical outlet so that I can charge up my computer.  The fact that I had to sacrifice light for the sake of my computer does not make sense or make me happy.  That would definitely be my suggestion to the management.  Invest in a power strip for every room at the desk!

    11/11/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    23. Ayse B.
    This was a great hotel at a great price! I didn't get to explore the neighborhood too much, but I hear it's a nice area in the University District.
    i booked the room on Hotwire (3.5 star in U district) and got a GREAT deal, but even for the price that was listed on the website ($161) I would've been happy.
    The hotel is a renovated old hotel, so some parts of it had the old "charm", the rooms were a bit small, but it didn't smell like an old hotel and the bedding was nice. And for bonus points, the alarm clock radio had an IPOD-DOCK. Brilliant!

    04/09/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    24. Stephanie W.
    Very happy with our stay at this hotel. We were there for a convention. The hotel is charming with a lot of nice touches (great blankets - not the scratchy ones hotels usually have; nice towels, etc.). The front desk staff is also very accommodating: there was a mix up with our room and they ended up giving us half off our room rate to make it right! Would definitely stay here again.

    30/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    25. Rachel L.
    The His & Hers Highlights of Hotel Deca:

    His: Ooh, 32" flat-screen with DVD player. Halo 3 is gonna be great on this thing!
    Hers: Sweet. Free wireless, and they even let me print out my paper in the lobby for free!
    His: Those shades really kept the room nice and dark.
    Hers: Sweet view, even though we're only on the 2nd floor. Pretty quiet, too.
    His: The bed's actually almost long enough
    Hers: It smells nice in here and I even like the lobby music
    His: We're less than a block from coffee and comics?!
    Hers: Gotta love free parking in the U District, especially when they let us stay parked there a few hours after checking out.

    18/10/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    26. K N.
    This place was amazing.  It was in the heart of the university district and there was tons of cool shops around to walk to.  I loved the inside of the hotel too.  The decor was very 1920's, but also felt very modern.  We found this place on hotwire and got a great deal on the room.  The staff was all very nice and helpful and nothing beats free internet in your room.  I loved this place.  Only complaint was that the walls seem to be a bit thin.  I think that's just the case with hotels and also restaurants didn't seem to stay open late around that area.  Other than that,  I have no complaints.  We will definitely stay here again if we come back to Seattle.  :D

    10/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    27. joey s.
    I agree with Priceline's rating for this hotel, 3.5, and when generous, would give it the 4 star rating.

    Have stayed here 4-5 times, the staff is fabulous every time.

    Would say this is a much better alternative to staying in downtown Seattle (which is only 2 exits away), much better rates, as well as PARKING. (If you stay in downtown, expect to pay 20-30/night for parking ANYWHERE) Deca charges $8 to park overnight.

    I don't believe I've stayed in the City room (lowest), but I have stayed on sky level (even the 6th floor, I believe, offers views of downtown Seattle/lake union--request room facing southwest or the actual corner room), and most recently stayed in their Talia Suite. (8/16-8/17)

    The Talia suite is the smallest of 3 suites on the 16th floor (there are only 3 suites on this top floor) but it was recommended over the 2nd Isabella suite as far as color scheme and ambiance of the room. Talia has a cool blue theme, whereas Isabella is mostly yellow. (Wesley of the front desk is the f*cking man)
    The private patio is amazing and you could have a party of at least 30 people out there.
    The Presidential suite has I believe 1000sq ft wrap-around patio alone.

    Deca is part of the Noble House family (Edgewater, Seattle anyone?). So expect style, hip, and very nice shampoo/conditioner/soap :)

    Free wireless internet is always good--haven't tried the Tully's in the lobby, and I have yet to try out the District Lounge.

    I tried to order breakfast for room service but I suppose they stop serving once breakfast ends in the Lounge itself. So I ordered to go from Portage Bay Cafe down the street (will review that later, but WOW AMAZING), and we had a nice breakfast on the patio.

    I will continue staying at Hotel Deca as needed in the downtown area.

    18/08/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    28. Saritah K.
    I stayed here for my job interview before I moved to Seattle. I actually stayed here twice, so I can review the two different rooms I stayed in.

    First, I have to say this hotel just makes me smile. If you go to their website, it plays some very cheesy music that doesn't stop. And the decor of this hotel is so entertaining. The staff were very nice and both rooms were spotless. The first time I was on a higher floor and had an amazing view. The second time the view wasn't as amazing but it was still something.

    Okay, the nitty-gritty hotel kinda stuff: the walls are pretty thin. That's a minus. I could clearly hear the conversation going on next door. And in the first room I was in, there was an ice machine next to the room that made a horrible mechanical noise the whole night. I am very sensitive to noise so this really drove me crazy. Still, the rooms are a decent size and the beds were comfortable. The wireless worked perfectly.

    My advice is to not eat breakfast at their horrible breakfast place downstairs (I don't know if this is technically called the District Lounge or not). On one of my stays my employer had paid for the breakfast as part of my reservation. The food was not worth the added cost and there are so many better breakfast places within walking distance. I have also been to the District Lounge at a later date for a happy hour reception and I was not at all impressed. I'm sure the Tully's Coffee would be fine but I have never been there as I'm not a big coffee drinker.

    There are not a whole lot of other hotel options in this part of Seattle, and I think this is really the best option around. You probably have your occasional college kid in here having a party, but for the most part the hotel seemed safe. I'm not a huge fan of the U District at night but I didn't feel nervous staying here. If I remember you have to have a room key to get anywhere in the elevator, so it minimizes the chance a weird person will get up to your floor.

    All in all, a good place to stay.

    01/09/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    29. renee j.
    Great hotel! Hip, funky and cool decor. Very friendly staff. Really like that even the elevator requires a key card to access the guest rooms.
    Room itself nicely appointed, unique style. The bed (gasp!) was even comfortable.
    Tried the lounge for dinner one night and it was awesome! Tasty burger, wonderful wine and exceptionally tasty shrimp.
    Would recommend to anyone they stay here, esp. if you want to be in the University area.

    07/09/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    30. Foster K.
    We stayed here for a weekend in March, and found it to be a pleasant alternative to the vanilla downtown chain hotels.  Deca is a plushly renovated art-deco era hotel right across the street from u-dub.  As such, you get great views of the lake, city and mountains; you get to laze in a comfortable room; you get a panopoly of choices for cheap eats around the area; and you also get a free shuttle to downtown for when you want to be a tourist.

    All in all, a great weekender option and I'd definitely stay here again.

    27/08/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    31. Emily M.
    I wouldn't stay here again. My bathroom looked like what I believe a Motel 6 bathroom looks like, and I had to switch rooms b/c my first room was......wait for it.........infested w/ ladybugs. Yeah, I don't really know what to say about that. Unfortunately, the guy at the front desk who I complained to seemed to be familiar with this problem, which is very curious to me. Infested w/ ladybugs? Anyway...my bed was gigantic, and I had a fine view of the U-District but it seemed very old and when you looked closely, stuff was fairly ratty.

    30/10/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    32. Larry T.
    Stayed here for a holiday weekend a while back. The hotel was very cool and close to the UW campus. We had a very nice room overlooking the Lake and Downtown which was wonderful. The staff were great. There is a lot of shopping about a block away which was very convenient. Parking was easy.

    15/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    33. Sarah Sickles C.
    EDIT:  On Labor Day, I finally realized that I'd had enough of the piss-poor wireless internet and asked to move to a different room that had dedicated DSL and, if it were possible, more spacious since I would be staying here for 13 more nights...I have NEVER had such amazing service from a hotel when presented with an issue.  Not only did they make sure that I was moved quickly, but they upgraded my room type which meant that my room was at least four times as large and has a fantastic view of the city.  The windows even open allowing me to enjoy fresh nighttime air!  Also, my comment earlier about the room seeming garish--  in the larger units the scale of the prints work better, making the room seem fresh and new, not crowded and crazy.

    The storage space is still an issue in the much larger room, but at least there's more room to move about and therefore, not everything I own needs to be crammed into a tiny closet.

    I'm glad that I spoke up and let them make things right.  The only thing that I can tell fellow travelers is to request to not have any of the 10s or 12s on any floor.  Those do not have DSL access and, in my and my coworkers experience, have bad wireless issues.  Other than that, I definitely recommend Deca....their staff saved what could have been a fairly miserable stay.

    01/09/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    34. David W.
    Perfect for staying a night or two around UW or Seattle Children's. Clean stylish rooms with plenty of space. Tip: there ARE outlets by the beds, but they are actually between the mattress and the wall.

    Friendly staff who are willing to help.

    19/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    35. Gene D.
    I have stayed or arranged visits here a few times.

    On moving day a family I represent drove the truck all the way up from Portland (with their pets), only to find out the house wasn't ready. Actually, it was dirty! We had to do an "intervention" and get the team out to finish the job the sellers didn't do, quickly. Deca Hotel saved the weekend with an immediate reservation during high season and simply billed me. I owe them some gratitude for that one.

    Next, last year's wind storm that took out 50,000 homes access to power stranded us like everybody else. By the third night I was dirty, tired, cranky, hungry. I
    Called Deca and they immediately  provided relief for all my issues.
    I owe them some more gratitude for that one!

    I like meeting at the hotel lobby for clients and friends from Wallingford, U District, etc because parking is so easy.

    Thanks Deca!

    07/11/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    36. Todd B.
    Service here was excellent. I highly recommend scheduling the shuttle for rides downtown.

    The building itself shows some wear and tear, but it is an old building.

    On our last night there the neighbors were noisy which showed me how paper thin the walls were.  Also smelled like cigarette smoke on the last night (supposed to be 100% smoke free) so we called and within an hour the smell dissipated.

    Moral of the story: the staff here is great and will take care of most any request promptly. Tip them well!

    01/08/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    37. Chad H.
    A solid less expensive alternative to downtown.

    The staff was friendly both on the phone and in person. The rooms were clean and cleaned well. They offer shuttle service to downtown. The decor isn't my style, but still very attractive.

    The keycards, like most hotels, worked sporadically. We had to change out cards since one set would work the door, but not the elevator or the after hours door to the hotel.

    They don't mention it during check in, but when they give you a permit for the parking lot for overnight parking, you'll see an extra $10 charge per night on your final bill.

    Walls are paper thin. Our neighbors weren't even speaking loudly, just at normal tone, but i could still hear them. Lucklily they weren't a loud bunch.

    A decent price for decent lodging.

    01/08/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    38. Heather W.
    Mediocre hotel. Rooms are small, even if you get a premium room. I was told they would do something special for my boyfriend's birthday, but they didn't do anything above and beyond. Wasn't horrible, staff was friendly, but probably won't stay there again.

    02/10/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    39. Jasmine L.
    Awesome awesome, modern, chic but with a little old charm.  Minutes away from Seattle, great location with a parking lot.  We found this place via by bidding on priceline, not really knowing what we were going to get.  But the website was nice and got me excited for my stay in Seattle.

    The front desk people were very helpful.  First, when we checked in, we checked in the wee hours, and we weren't certain that we would stay at the hotel for more than one night, meaning we had to check out a few hours later after getting some zzz's.  The person at the front desk offered us a late check out to give us some more time, and it was great.  I also asked the front desk for directions and they were very helpful, and even printed out turn by turn directions for me.

    The room was spacious, wasn't like your typical cookie cutter kind of hotel because of the layout.  But it had very nice furniture and ambiance, the bed was comfortable and there was a big flat screen right in front of it.

    What I found a little inconvenient was that the room didn't have enough outlets to plug in my cell phone charger, laptop, and camera charger... essentials for today's traveler.  Sure, there were outlets in the bathroom, but why not in the room as well?  I would have also loved it if the room had a fridge.

    But other than that, would I stay in this hotel again?  ABSOLUTELY!!!  I'll just bring my own power strip :P

    18/10/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    40. Preston P.
    Conveniently located adjacent to the UW campus.   The hotel seemed very clean and updated.   Rooms have modern decor and many have great views of downtown and the space needle.    There is a small gym.  Parking was complementary with the reservation.   I will definitely return when I need to do business at UW.

    31/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    41. Kari L.
    The Deca Hotel is another example of a wonderful boutique hotel.  The rooms were comfortable and stylish, the staff extremely nice and accommodating.  Also note that there is a Tully's coffee on the main floor- excellent coffee and breakfast treats.

    The only complaint is that you can hear your neighbor getting it on next door because the walls are kind of thin.

    19/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    42. Caroline R.
    I just have to rave about this place. We spent two weeks on the road and stayed in so many hotels I can't even keep them all straight, but this one really and truly stands out. We stayed here on two separate occasions, once for three nights and again a week later for one night. Both stays were amazing.

    First, I have to say that the staff here is stellar. Every person we dealt with was friendly, upbeat and personable. Most went out of their way to help us or to make us more comfortable. On our last night here, the desk man upgraded us to a corner room with a view of the downtown Seattle skyline, which was incredible at night. In the morning, we could also see Mt. Rainier!

    Second, our rooms were incredibly clean, spacious and comfortable. The beds were AMAZING and I love the decor.

    Thirdly, parking is cheap. $8 per night, and we never had a problem finding a spot, even when we got back late at night.

    Finally, I loved where Deca is located, and I can't wait to visit Seattle again for this reason. The hotel is settled between two great neighborhoods, the University District and Wallingford, and both are awesome. During our first visit we explored the UD, which means quite a few bars, food available late-night and a great campus to stroll around, too. There is also a nice little theater right across from the hotel where we took in a movie.

    On our second trip, we crossed over I-5 to Wallingford, which is so charming and full of fun little stores, restaurants, ice cream parlors and nice bars. We spent the whole evening there and had a great time.

    We also had no trouble getting downtown from Deca -- it's only a couple of exits down the highway to City Center.

    If you're traveling to Seattle, I implore you to stay here. I know I won't stay anywhere else in the city from now on. I'm in love.

    (P.S. Use Priceline. We stayed here for $49/night on both occasions. You just can't do better than that.)

    03/09/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    43. Bill G.
    I love this place. The rooms are clean, small but well furnished. The bar downstairs is excellent, great service. Prices are excellent for the quality of the establishment. I love the Art Deco theme here, its a historical old hotel with a modern touch. Parking is okay, not great. Service is excellent, stayed here several times and will be back again. Recommend.

    23/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    44. Lindsay B.
    Though themed differently, Hotel Deca reminds me of The Citizen Hotel in Sacramento. It's cute, boutique-y, and elegant for the price.

    I lived in the U-District during grad school and always said I'd have to stay at Deca sometime. I finally did this weekend and I wasn't disappointed! Our 14th floor room happened to face downtown, so the skyline and Space Needle view was a nice bonus. Bathroom was on the small/plain side, but the bedroom accommodations were nice and tasteful. Would definitely stay here again if I needed to be near the U or simply don't feel like dealing with the hustle and bustle of downtown hotels.

    30/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    45. David C.
    Just spent a week here on my 1st trip to Seattle. Internet access was great.  The hotel's District Lounge did seem pricey compared to the  more affordable choices close by that I have reviewed on here. You can walk to all of these places. I had no issues with the hotel staff. I liked the free shuttle service that is available once you reserve it to take you downtown, the zoo, University Village, University of Washington or where ever you want to go. I did not go to the gym and I tried the Tully's downstairs. I am not much of a coffee drinker so I was not impressed. We missed the live music in the District Lounge due to preplanned nightly activities. I did hear some noise from the other rooms on either side during the "quiet" times at night  but overall I enjoyed my stay here and you would too.

    16/07/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    46. Joanna T.
    The only Hotel I've been to two separate times by choice (as in I've known the name of the hotel before booking). The first time I was lured in by the free shuttle, as we had a concert we've especially flown in for to Seattle this April in the vicinity of the 4 miles that the shuttle travels. We were first driven to pick up our tickets, and then to the Chop Suey venue itself for the show.
    We came again this September, when I wanted to show Seattle to my mom. We stayed 4 nights this time, and I have absolutely no bad things to say about the place. They drove us around so much, we lost our keys- first me, then my husband, and nobody batted an eyelid. The restaurant/ bar downstairs was very nice (albeit old, but that's the whole point about it I guess), and it had very good live music (my mom even bought a CD), and the food and drinks very good.
    The location of the hotel makes it easy to take public transportation when the shuttle is not available, and I have to say that being in the University District was a plus for us. So many good restaurants around- from burgers to Indian food.  
    I will definitely go back to Seattle, it's now my favorite city, and every time I go there, Hotel Deca may count on my business.

    20/11/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    47. Marian C.
    Free Wifi and Parking! Great price for what you get.

    Only complaint is that the heater didn't seem to work. It was just blowing cool air the whole time.

    Great location! It's in the University District. RIght around the corner are shops and restaurants (that cater to college students)

    14/01/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    48. S L.
    Deca is a terrific hotel.  I was there for a week, and I can tell you that the beds were comfortable and the views were great.  The staff is amazing -- very kind and really capable from the desk folks to the cleaners to the shuttle drivers.  Who  would know that a big city hotel not only has free parking but also has a shuttle to take you anywhere in a 4mile radius?
    The bar has terrific beers on tap and the food is astonishingly good
    I am looking forward to going back to Seattle again and we'll definitely stay there again.

    14/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    49. Shannon S.
    My husband & I celebrated our wedding anniversary here. For the price, it is above & beyond expectation. Rooms were spotless & tastefully decorated. Staff was attentive & professional. We stayed on the 16th (top) floor and had an exquisite view of the city. Parking is free. The only thing I didn't like was having to leave! P.S. Check out the lounge on the ground floor, great prices for having a nightcap!

    23/03/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    50. Steve V.
    This is my first time staying at the Hotel Deca in Seattle.  I booked it for proximity to where I was visiting, good price and the pictures online which reminded me of my favorite Kimpton chain of hotels (very posh and modern looking).  Not quite to the Kimpton level, but nice nonetheless.

    The exterior of the building looked a bit worn, but once inside, it was quite nice.  There is a decent sized lobby with couches for sitting.  The receptionist desk and elevators are nearby.  There is also a Tully's coffee shop connected to the lobby.

    The rooms were nice sized.  I had a king sized bed which was comfortable (slept like a baby!).  There was a large glass-topped desk with lamp and phone.  I had a corner room which offered an amazing view of the bay, the space needle and the streets below.  It was one of the best views of Seattle I have ever seen. I am told some rooms have mountain views too. There was a flat screen t.v. with HBO.

    The staff were incredibly friendly.  There was a note when I entered my room welcoming me to the hotel.  The hotel even offered a complimentary shuttle which would drive from the hotel out to about a 4 mile radius.  This was an amazing perk.  I took a free ride down (and back) to Pike Place Market.  They won't take you to the airport, but will drop you off at the light rail downtown which goes straight to the airport.

    Great location in the University district.  There are literally dozens and dozens of coffee shops, restaurants, movie theaters, and bubble tea shops nearby, in addition to the University of Washington, of course.  I felt very safe walking around, even at night.

    There was a large parking lot.  The deal I got included parking, so I don't know how much this normally costs.  

    I would definitely consider staying at this hotel again.

    05/12/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    51. S F.
    I'm somewhat baffled by the positive reviews of this hotel. The hotel looks nice, don't get me wrong, but I've never been so annoyed with my stay anywhere, and I've stayed many places. Here are a few of the annoyances I had:

    - The room was tiny and cramped, minimal furniture, no drawers whatsoever, no couch or armchair, just a bed and a desk.
    - The heat didn't work consistently. I called the front desk, and they sent someone hours later. It worked the second he checked it, but then it stopped working for the rest of that night and the following day. My room was always cold as a result. I didn't have the time or energy to press the issue.
    - Parking costs $15 / night, a hidden cost which is unusually high. The parking lot is cramped an difficult to maneuver.
    - The service in this hotel kind of sucks. I needed a couple of articles of clothing Ironed. The pamphlet said that if you give them laundry by 9am, its done  by 4pm. Mine hadn't been done by 8pm. I went down and asked for it, and then an hour later it still wasn't done. Then I went down and asked for it again, and they gave it to me finally, but it had not seen water!! They had my clothes all day, charged me for laundry, and didn't wash them! What the F?
    - The restaurant downstairs (district lounge) is sloooow, the food is mediocre, and overpriced.
    - Housekeeping staff knocked on my door loudly and obnoxiously every morning around 8:30am. This is too early, especially on a sunday morning.  Apparently, you have to use the do not disturb sign if you want to be in your room past 8:30.
    - Wifi is intermittent (i.e. sometimes it doesn't work at all), and when it does work it is sloooow.
    - Walls are super thin and the plumbing is LOUD. I could always hear people in neighboring rooms showering, and I could hear the water running through the pipes at all hours.

    All in all, poorly run hotel, overpriced, and just annoying as hell. Avoid.

    12/09/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    52. Mario F.
    No lie when I say the rooms in this place look awesome and the beds, not bad. However, their customer service is HORRIBLE!!! They had me waiting almost 2 hours for my room. They actually gave away my room when they right after thery said they would give me a call when it was ready, so that really pissed me off. The doors where a pain in  the rear as well, as sometimes the card key would work and sometimes it wouldn't. I've gotten better service at lower end hotels seriously. I was in no way satisfied with this place and now on top of their crappy service they have the nerve to make a mystery charge to my card 4 weeks latter?....

    11/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    53. Chanta' C.
    This is a very nice and cute hotel to stay at if you are on a budget or not. The room was very nice and clean. I purchased the room for a in town getaway. It was perfect. I would recommend anyone to stay here. You will not be disappointed.

    22/01/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    54. Nick F.
    This place was great. The beds were comfy, there is a coffee shop conveniently adjoining the downstairs lobby, the staff was friendly and the prices were affordable. I love this part of Seattle (University district) and this is the place I'll probably stay upon returning.

    20/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    55. Lara S.
    Awesome hotel, great price, and incredible views! I stayed at this hotel when I was in Seattle for a conference. We had a special rate of $135/per night plus tax for Sky Level Lodging. The first thing I noticed in the room was the excellent view of the mountains. I heard from other conference goers that their rooms had city views. The windows wrapped around one corner of the room for a really impressive sight every day and night. Besides the view, the hotel was clean, the bed was comfortable, and the staff was super nice. We called for a fridge one day when we had leftovers from lunch, and they came up within 10 minutes and brought a microfridge (microwave/fridge combo) - free of charge. The only negative of my whole stay was that the shower had low water pressure.

    We had some drinks at the District downstairs and my SO ordered room service one morning. She raved about the coffee from room service and said her food was good too.

    Downstairs, there is a Tully's for coffee, espresso, smoothies, and baked treats. Every morning I got a latte and even after venturing to other coffee shops, this one was my favorite in Seattle.

    The hotel is in the University District, which is close to the University (walking distance) and accessible to other areas by bus or taxi.

    Overall, I highly recommend Hotel Deca if you're in the area.

    02/10/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    56. Emmaleah C.
    This hotel honestly doesn't even deserve one star. Please read this before you decide to stay with hotel deca.

    For a hotel that is considered fairly fancy, the room that I got seemed to be actually outdated. The bathroom was tiny, my room was miniscule for what I paid, the walls were paper thin. You could hear every word of the person talking out in the hallway. The internet didn't work for us, we couldn't figure out the TV, the only thing that seemed to be worth anything was the beautiful view... but the view wasn't quite worth THAT much.

    During my stay at the deca, I was taking the elevator down to the lobby from the 11th floor when suddenly it. just. stopped. I was with two friends, which as it turned out, one was extremely claustrophobic. We waited probably ten minutes scared, but not knowing what was going on, trying to come up with conclusions, "Did we break it? Is it still moving? Maybe the power went out?" Finally, we pressed the call button and we were connected to the front desk. They told us that, "the elevator does this every once in a blue moon," And that they were sending people to our floor to figure out what was wrong. So, we waited. And we waited some more. After a while, one of us, the one who was terrified of small spaces (he was freaking out and having a melt down, we tried to sooth him, but he was furious) started to need to pee. He called the front desk again, and after they couldn't comfort us, he started yelling at them. He was so scared, and angry, and the front desk people tried to help us as best they could. After about a total of being in the elevator for an hour (while are friends in the lobby waited without knowing a thing - NONE of us had our phones on us), the fire department finally got us out. They helped us all climb though the doors, and I was so happy, it was definitely a really weird experience, since I'm not claustrophobic and didn't know what it felt like to be contained against your will in such a small little space. ANYWAYS, we walked down to the front desk and I immediately apologized for my friend's behavior. He in turn also apologized and explained his personal situation. We asked for some accommodation, they assured us of this, we found our waiting friends and walked all 11 flights of stares back to our room, then the night was over.
    In the morning is where the real drama began:
    On my checkout, I asked about being accommodated, and the manager on duty who is named Woody I believe, pulled me aside to talk to me. He informed me that we will not be accommodated in any way for literally having to pay to be in an elevator a lot of the night, because, I called the night staff "bitches". Yes, that is exactly what he said to me. Let me remind you, I never said anything offending to the night staff. I THANKED them, multiple times. Unfortunately, because of my poor friend who was the most terrified and traumatized out of all of us, the manager actually sat there and YELLED AT ME. He raised his voice, started telling me about what a horrible person I was, and I actually started to cry. I was so hurt, and offended, I just paid and left. So that's my story about staying at hotel deca: Most of it was trapped in an elevator, dealing with a scared and traumatized friend, and in turn, crying because of being told off and yelled at by the manager. I seriously urge you not to stay at this hotel. It's just not worth it, what if the night you stay is the blue moon the elevator breaks down?

    01/11/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    57. Artie W.
    I've stayed here the last 3 times I traveled to Seattle on business, and I will continue to do so. Great price, clean, comfortable, great aesthetic, and extremely helpful staff.

    Being in the U. District has its own pros and cons, and those can affect your experience. Of course, it's convenient and near a lot of shops, bars, restaurants, and a movie theater. However, the locals can get loud and annoying on weekend nights, so if you want to enjoy yourself I would recommend driving to another part of the city.

    On my most recent stay, a horde of visiting European students were in town for some conference, and some of them were throwing a really loud party a few doors down from me. One phone call to the front desk, however, and they sent security to shut them down in literally under 10 minutes. I slept like a baby after that.

    I stay in a lot of hotels so believe me, just the free WiFi and $10 per night parking are great reasons to consider Deca. The accommodations and staff are an added bonus.

    I took off a star only because you can hear your neighbors' bathroom activity from your own bathroom- sound travels through the vents. It's kind of weird. But unless you're sleeping in the bathtub, this shouldn't be too off-putting.

    16/11/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    58. Jessica O.
    My husband I booked a room for $70 via priceline, and parking was $10 for overnight. We were happy to get such a good deal as most rooms start at $200 per night. Front desk was very nice. While I have to admit that aesthetically it's great - sort of an old Hollywood feel, there were some things that I feel are unacceptable for a hotel claiming to be so above and beyond:

    1) The thermostat was off by at least 10 degrees, even after we put it on 80 it was just blowing cold air.

    2) The shower did not drain. Ew.

    3) While they claim that WiFi is accessible in every room, the signal was so weak we had to go to the lobby.

    So at this point I don't think I will be going back to the hotel deca anytime soon. I feel that some of the budget hotels I've stayed in were more accommodating.

    23/03/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    59. Cal D.
    We booked a room with two queens for me, my wife, and son.  We were given a single King and had to wait for a rollaway bed for my son after arriving after midnight.    Then had to pack to move to a room with the two beds.  No offer of compenstation.

    15/04/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    60. Naseem R.
    Wonderful hotel in Seattle's University District. Across the street from the Neptune Theatre - where we had tickets to hear the magical Patty Griffin. We were upgraded to a beautiful suite. Very clean. Very spacious, and a beautiful view of the city. Highly recommend.

    27/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    61. Aaron I.
    Why did I stay here?  Not sure, but this would be the most convenient hotel to UW.  Maybe I needed to do something in the U-district?  The price was very decent.  Ahhhh, I remember all the downtown hotels were sold out for some convention/event and staying in Bellevue hotels was getting old.  My room was little tight for my taste and i'm five nine a buck sixty five, so for a bigger person it might be kind of tight.  Other than the size, very cozy comfortable place if you don't mind being near the University lifestyle.

    01/03/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    62. Jenna B.
    I'll admt- I'm all about customer service.  I've had fine experiences here before, nothing good nothing bad.  But yesterday, I changed my mind.  I woke up early and since I was attending a conference at the hotel that day, I decided to bring most of my luggageto the car and leave my mini-fridge full of the food I was planning on taking home, as well as a freezer pack, a cooler bag, and a cloth bag.  When I returned to my room several hours later, it was all gone.  When I went to the desk to inquire the woman said "I show that you haven't checked out", and I replied that no, I was not, hence leaving things in my room.  She was not apologetic at all, but did say that she would try to find out what happened.  She paged someone and I proceeded to stand there for fifteen minutes.  I asked her at one point if I was going to be reimbursed for all of my food and my bags and she said that she didn't know what had happened (duh).  After fifteen minuets I asked if we were going to get any sort of update and she replied that she hadn't got a call back (also duh).  I said "yes, but I have been standing here for fifteen minutes and I was wondering if we could see if the gentleman has even found the housekeeper yet".  She paged again and he arrived.  He handed me my bag and all of my food, and may have said "sorry about that".  I then asked if they had checked the fridge and if he could retrieve my freezer pack.  He went back to find it.  When he returned he was so kind as to ask if everything was there.  I told him that half of my unopened salsa had been eaten and he said "I doubt that our housekeeper ate your salsa".  When I returned home five hours later I opened my food and though I very much feel that it had been thrown in the trash and then returned to me, I went to open my leftover naan from the night before.  I had barely eaten two bites off the corner, and when I opened it, it had been very blatently all torn up.  Apparently the housekeeper ate my salsa with the naan (hence my chips not having been opened).  I called to let them know again of my experience and to verify that the housekeeper had indeed eaten my food, and then returned it me when questioned (gross!!!).  They were apologetic this time but never asked what the value of my food was or if they could reimburse me. Between the two organic apples, the chocolate covered almonds whose container was crushed, the salsa, and the naan, the food valued $20+ and I had to throw it all away, and all they could say was, "I'll let the master housekeeper know".  Gross!!  All I can do now is try to convince my company not to go back there next year and spend the $5,000+ there that they spend every year.

    16/05/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    63. Psudonyme I.
    I loved this place.

         My son and I were out for a man weekend in Seattle and decided to extend our stay for an extra day.  The staff was awesome and the rooms are super cool (big windows and real neat). I especially liked the fact that they apparently did a remodel, and left the old doors, it gave place added class.  There was also a coffee shop in the lobby, that's a plus IMO.

    11/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    64. Carissa M.
    During my stay I felt I got the top notch treatment. The downtown shuttle will both drop you off and pick you up at various location in the downtown Seattle area. The drivers of the shuttles were super friendly and we gabbed on about how they made it to Seattle. Seattle is beautiful and so is this hotel. Decor is dark and rich. The fireplace is awesome at 3 am in the morning when you're waiting for the airport shuttle driver to get it together and pick you up for your red eye to SFO. The front desk was super helpful in finding solutions to my red eye airport shuttle conundrum (Plus, you get a discount with some companies for staying at Deca).  Housekeeping was very efficient and friendly. I spoke to them on my ways to the elevator most days. This place is super cozy and small. Perfect for a dink like me. Had a large king bed all to my lonesome self, but believe me I enjoyed it a lot.

    My one and only complaint is that the walls are super thin , so if you're planning on getting nasty...hope you like an audience. A couple of nights I heard everything that my neighbors were doing, so if you're planning some covert operation ...this is not the place.

    Otherwise this is a magnificent and cheap place to stay. Great place if you're looking to be using public transportation for most of your trip.  Clean and safe and super nice.  The cafe downstairs blows, go down half a block and get your coffee at one of the amazing cafes close by.

    11/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    65. Ngan T.
    Pretty ritzy hotel/lounge space with cheap food and drinks. I got a very strong IPA thats their bar special because they did NOT have Blue Moon. What is with Seattle and their liquor policies....but anyway,

    The lounge parts were intimate. There's a live band that plays music while you wine and dine. It's good for groups or just parties of 2/3. My beer was just $4 and it was definitely filling.

    10/04/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    66. Susanne K.
    very nice, big windows, clean, chic, relaxing, quiet, has character.

    Updated technology, flat screen TV and DVD player. Mini kitchen convenient.  
    Bathrooms have character and good smelling shampoos and conditioner.
    The only complaint I have was one time i stayed there and I could hear someone above me talking in the bathroom while I was relaxing in the tub. But the other times were quite nice and undisturbed.

    Front desk very friendly and accommodating...

    31/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    67. Stephanie W.
    Hunter at the front desk hooked me up with a room on the 15th floor - great corner room with a view of the space needle.  He also advised me on good local radio stations, ferry schedules and hooked me up with rides downtown.  Thanks Hunter!

    Pros:  Room is very modern and stylish as is the lobby.  You can tell it's recently been re-done because while it looks great superficially, the quality upon closer inspection is a bit lacking.  That said, the bed was comfortable and the room service was spectacular.  They had a Tully's in the lobby which was super convenient.  The hotel provides rides if you need to go into the city.

    Cons:  Their wireless was SLOW so I went to the computers in the lobby to do a few things; also had a few issues with the shower (there was no 'off' position of the knobs; you had to find that 'sweet spot' that made the water stop running).  You can hear EVERYTHING your neighbors do above and next door - walls are very, very thin.  I would also not walk around by myself in the neighborhood - it felt a little sketchy.

    I would recommend this place for people attending events at the Shoreline Center; it was an easy 15 minute drive each way and the motels around the center are super dumpy.

    Yay for  Hotel Deca and for my corporate travel desk for finding it for me!

    06/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    68. Dennis C.
    I love the location of this hotel.  It's right in the heart of the University district, which means a couple of things.  First, you're close a ton of affordable, diverse eating options.  Second, you have the UW campus a couple of blocks away, where you'll find one of the prettiest campuses anywhere.  Views of Mt. Rainier and Lake Washington in the morning are pretty hard to beat.  

    The hotel itself is a renovated building and, as such, has some quirks.  But they did a fantastic job of infusing their Art Deco motif throughout the lobby and rooms.  The rates were reasonable and their staff (as others have noted) was very helpful and friendly.  College students get a bad rap for being less-than-motivated employees.  These guys were great.

    17/11/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    69. Kimberly Q.
    Stayed one night at the Hotel Deca, which is very close to the abode of one of my dear friends (they have a cat and I am deathly allergic).  The price was right, and the service was top notch - the guys at the front desk (e.g., Hunter and Evan) were courteous, client-oriented and even easy on the eyes.  ;)

    Free wifi (and none of the issues with it I saw other Yelpers experienced) and free shuttle service within a four-mile radius.  The room was nicely appointed and had an iPod docking station (a plus for me).  I had a nice view as well.  

    I noticed some Yelpers commenting on the 'hood - this is the U District -- it's not Mercer Island.  If you want fancy, go somewhere else.  This neighborhood is close to UW and downtown and is a lot less pricey than some other more she-she areas.  

    I'd definitely stay here again.

    10/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    70. Eric A.
    What: Hotel Stay in Seattle Area
    When: For 1 night

    Room: 3 stars
    Service: 4 stars
    Atmosphere: 4 stars
    Location: 5 stars
    Price: 4 stars

    Note: The Lobby and the waiting area is very updated. The rooms are not and could use some touch up. If you compare this with other Boutique hotels, it's definitely above average and the location is great since it's so close to a ton of restaurants.

    21/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    71. Michelle F.
    I came here for a Retro Game Expo, and it was a lot of fun. The hotel itself, from what I can tell, is indeed quite deco'd out. It has a very cozy feel to it, but in a rather artistic way. I liked it.

    It's only one block from the Ave, which is also nice for out-of-towners, as it gives you very easy bus routes to downtown, capitol hill, any beyond. That, and you can easily find yummy food on the Ave (University Way).

    03/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    72. Jaymee M.
    I stayed here last week because I was in a wedding that was in Seattle. The staff was very nice and let me check in early. I only stayed for one night. The room was a pretty nice size and very clean. Comfy bed. The bathroom was a weird layout but it works :) I would stay here again. Super close to everything you need in Seattle.

    25/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    73. Lauren C.
    The hotel is beautiful, but service was less than.

    15/10/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    74. Blu M.
    Hotel is not as grand as their website leads you to believe, the room smelt like an old home and the bathroom looked worse than a motel 6. This hotel is not close to down. Hotel is too expensive for the quality they provide.

    14/11/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    75. Carolyn M.
    We stayed prior to embarkation for our cruise. They offer free transport to cruise terminal. Enjoyed our stay. Room very clean - modernized yet old fixtures in bathroom. Charming. Great restaurants nearby (university ave)

    29/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    76. Stephen O.
    Second trip here, and I like the hotel. Funky interesting decor, good service, great bed. I'm on the 15 th floor this trip and the view is terrific. Lots of nearby restaurants and coffee shops and bars -- of the University-student-serving sort. Or you can go to Tully's, which is ok coffee too, just not the full Seattle experience!

    Great running trail just down the street. Go right at the bottom of Brooklyn Street.

    It's an old hotel-- the plumbing is odd. The rooms have peculiar layouts. If you want a rectangular room with a firehose shower, stick with a name brand. I think this is more fun!

    27/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    77. Rebecca H.
    easy street parking
    nicely decorated, modern and interesting
    free internet access with computer in the lobby
    Tully's Coffee Shop attached
    pleasant service
    bar with live music
    parking lot with 8 dollar parking
    HBO included

    small rooms and VERY small bathroom with limited counter space
    no fan in the bathroom, which can lead to a very smelly or steamy experience, depending on what's happening in there
    older bathrooms, for the life of me I couldn't figure out how to turn the water off because it doesn't have on or off, or temperature gauges, the faucets just spin around and eventually you may hit the off spot, or you may burn your face off
    we overheard them telling people they were full, and we wanted to check out a night earlier than anticipated, but they wouldn't let us out of the reservation and let somebody else have the room, so plan your nights there carefully
    we could hear every door slam, and in the bathroom, I could clearly hear the conversation of the people in the next room

    31/08/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    78. Biddy F.
    This hotel should be a part of Chef Gordon Ramsay's Hotel Hell series. THIS PLACE IS TERRIBLE. DO NOT STAY HERE.

    I stayed here with my sister before her wedding/ we got ready here the day of her wedding. It was a terrible disappointment!

    1. dirty floors-do they ever vacuum? The carpet in the foyer was so dirty, so were the carpets on our floor & in the elevator. I've never seen a carpet that disgusting in a hotel. EVER. Do they have housekeeping?
    2. Parking =$15 and there was none left!!!
    3. No bell service. It was raining, we had a ton of bags, a wedding dress and there is no bell service! For a hotel this price I would expect bell service.
    4. Noisy guests/noisy lounge....it was Halloween weekend and the place was swarming with college students in nearly nothing Halloween costumes, running around making noise until well past 12am. I'd rather not stay at the local party hotel for UW students.
    5. Small, cramped rooms.
    6. No fridge in the room....seriously? The Quality Inn & suites has one....
    7. no mini shampoos, soap, or lotion.
    8. Thin walls.....EEEEEK you can hear EVERYTHING.
    9. You can hear your neighbor use the toilet
    10. Customer service sucked. It was as if everyone working there had no clue what was going on. I asked for a glass and they told me to go to the lounge.....it was closed. I said, it's closed. "Oh, yeah I guess it is.....hmmm oh well. Sorry"
    11. Oh yeah, and the windows fogged up and got all steamy. probably due to the fact that there is no vent in the bathroom.

    Stay far away from this place. Hotel Deca was severely disappointing! IT SUCKS!

    There are lots of nicer hotels in downtown Seattle, or just a little bit North of Seattle up in Lynnwood.

    $400/2 nights. That's expensive!!!

    12/11/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    79. Gabriela G.
    Everyone at Hotel Deca always had smiles on their faces, from the day we walked in, to the day we walked out; willing to accommodate and make our stay most comfortable. they made the process so easy. When we arrived, the man at the front desk took a liking to us and upgraded our room from a standard, to a 15th floor room with a view of downtown.

    The rooms were 3 1/2 stars, the hotel lobby was a 4 star, the service was a 5 star, the only thing that brings the star rating down for me, is that the hotel itself is a bit run down, even though they have done a good job of making it look new and hip, the elevator itself is run down, as well as the building; however this did not reflect in the rooms one bit.

    The room interiors were comfortable, clean and newly remodeled. My favorite part (aside from the great view) was the restroom which was all white tile making it look art deco (hence the theme of the hotel). when we arrived we were greeted with a smile and upgraded to a room with a view of Seattle. We requested a late checkout and we were given til 2pm without question, i was late to checkout because of the marathon that had blocked traffic, and i called them and they gave me til 3pm. Very accommodating and stellar service. i would stay here again and def. recommend it to others!

    29/11/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    80. Laurie P.
    Personally, I love staying in University areas. You can always guarantee you will find good cheap food and late night spots. What you can't always guarantee is that you will get to stay anywhere nicer than a Holiday Inn.

    Enter Hotel Deca, for a reasonable (though not dirt cheap -  the low $100) sum you can stay in a lovely boutique hotel. We booked through Expedia, but I will say, I was really impressed by the fact that a boutique hotel that was no where close to a military base and was in a University area had military discounts.

    It's bones are definitely the older sort, but everything in it is relatively new. It is styled in a Modern Art Deco theme. Staff is friendly and helpful. There is a coffee shop INSIDE the hotel, but catty cornered to it is another great joint that my BFF loves.

    Rooms are spacious, ours (a corner on the 7th floor) had great views of Mt. Rainier, Lake Washington, and the Cascades. Bed was large and comfy, internet was spotty (upon report was provided with a DSL cord which I didn't mind, but I know can upset some people), bathroom was tiny (I think it was about the size of my bathroom in my college apartment!). The toiletries in the bathroom smell great and my hair and skin felt wonderful. Sorry you can't take them home, they are kinda secured to the shower, but they are products from Lather so I think I will stop by their website and pick up some items. For a small room, everything was laid out in such a way that there is still great flow in the room.

    Loved our room, but didn't like that there weren't a set of drawers (except for some very shallow plastic bin thing in the closet), the toilet seat was very clean but showed worn areas, there is no counter space in the bathroom.

    All in all, this is definitely a place I would come back to.

    19/02/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    81. Kat C.
    Had an awesome vacation package on orbitz and being on a budget, it was the best option for my Seattle trip.  The room and lobby look just like the pictures on the website ~ very cute.  The pillows were too feathery/fluffy for me....it sunk in the middle and puffed out on my sides (neck craaampss - minus 1 star) ~ luckily they had a firmer pillow that I switched up with.  I could hear people talking inside their rooms pretty clearly and loudly but nothing that bothered me while i was in my room.  

    Minus 1 star for the man at the front desk offering a wake-up call and not delivering/calling.  why..wh wh why?  why?

    25/07/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    82. Matthew H.
    Something anyone thinking of staying in Seattle should know...whatever this place costs, even if its 130, is cheap for Seattle. So lets say the Four Seasons is 300, the Red Lion is 200 and this place is 130. Lets also say you could hear a little of your neighbor's convo through the wall or the shower  drain was a little slow. Maybe your pillow was a tad bit firm. Remember that price is relative.  130 is spendy for a place like this in Wichita...its a bargain in Seattle. Don't be cheap and high maintenance at the same time.

    19/04/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    83. Kelli W.
    We've stayed here twice now and each time was lovely. The staff is always friendly and helpful. The decor is fab (obviously) and the rooms are comfortable. The beds are particularly nice. We like the location. There is great shopping & eating within walking distance (just a few steps really). The hotel itself offers great views of the city. We saw the Space needle, Rainier and the Cascades from our room.

    Overall: spend a few extra bucks to stay here. It's worth it.

    16/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    84. Don O.
    Card reader in the elevator makes it super inconvenient. Staff is super friendly. This part of town is a mix of rude and super nice. Not a great part of town if you have kids under 21. Hotel is pretty dang cool.

    24/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    85. Elvis P.
    We had put in a paid reservation 30 days prior and when we arrived, they only had one room left. Of course it was almost as big as a little walk-in closet. The people who worked there were very nice, but our stay totally sucked. After about 10 minutes, even I was getting pissed off having to listen to the lady in the room next door fart all night long. And the person on the other side must have ate bad food since we heard him on the pot almost the whole night. Between the farting, shits, and the tiny room, we wouldn't recommend this place to anyone.

    19/03/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    86. Jennifer B.
    The hotel staff is amazing.  They booked us a enervation at the sold out Space Needle and surprised us with free dessert.  Fun location and easy to find.

    21/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    87. Angie J.
    The location is fantastic, the rooms are microscopic and if you use a travel agent you risk ending up with a room different than what you booked (read: a twin bed to share with your travel partner).  There is wifi but it's incredibly slow to the point that I couldn't watch a Vimeo video which meant working was out of the question.  The "gym" is not much larger than a bathroom and consists of 2 treadmills, a stack of hand weights and that's about it.

    15/06/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    88. Linda S.
    We stayed here while touring colleges. It's an older building that has been renovated to have a more modern feel but still has the old touches. I really liked that. The room was large enough and clean. The bathroom was a little small but had plenty of space to put our stuff.  The bed was very comfortable and the room was quiet. In the closet was a microwave and refrigerator. I would stay here again!

    25/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    89. Tina S.
    Conveniently located by University downtown where there are tons of restaurants, bars, and markets.

    I had to pay for parking. Why did other people get free? WHAT!?
    So I booked through priceline, and I think it was $70 a night plus taxes and fees plus parking. Not bad. There is no fine print saying that Priceline booking results in a single full sized bed.

    Luckily, when I checked in I asked nicely for two beds. I might have mentioned it was for a friend's birthday, but my memory fails me. It worked out nonetheless.

    The rooms are nicely renovated with modern decor. To my dismay, the bathroom was super tiny (especially for FOUR GIRLS!).  

    4 stars for the nice front desk people, free internet downstairs, free printing of itineraries, free mailing of postcards, for not kicking us out after a neighbor's noise complaint, and for being so close to UW and all the restaurants & bars.

    26/01/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    90. Nellie T.
    Stayed here recently and thought Hotel Deca was fantastic.  The only reason it's not a five star review is because the walls are pretty thin.  I could definitely hear my neighbors.  Oh, and the gym was TINY--two treadmills, one elliptical, one bike, one bench, and a set of weights.  That's it.  

    But, on to the good stuff.  

    It's a really quick and easy walk to UW; the university is less than 10 minutes away.  This also means that the hotel is situated in a neighborhood with lots of cheap and yummy eats. Hello!

    The rooms were super nice.  Yes, the bathrooms didn't have as much counter space, but that's not the worst thing in the world.  The bath products did smell great, though.   And, the view from our 14th floor room was amazing. They have free wifi, a comfy chair, and the beds were super relaxing.    

    Fantastic little extra touches.  They offer a couple dozen free DVDs for guests to browse through and borrow for their rooms.  They also have a free shuttle service that takes guests anywhere within a 4 mile radius of the hotel.  How fantastic is that?!  All you have to do is tip the driver.  It's booked on a first come first serve basis, but you can definitely get to all parts of Seattle this way.  We were able to book the shuttle to check out Pike's Market, the Ballard neighborhood, and other areas.

    So, if you're thinking about visiting UW, this is definitely the perfect place for you to stay.  Would definitely return.

    02/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    91. Lorrie M.
    I really need to start using priceline because apparently it seems to work out great for everyone else when it comes to boutique hotels like Hotel Deca.

    Hotel Deca is extraordinarily modern, colorful, vibrant and gives off a great vibe for a young happening place which conveniently fits in with its proximity close to U-district in Seattle. If you're nice, or the front desk is in a good mood, you can score free daily lattes from Tully's inserted inside the hotel.

    The cool part that is unusual is that this bar has live music. When my friend told me about it, I was pretty skeptical since it was a hotel bar and although I'm used to it being nice, I have yet to see a band.

    Unfortunately, we got a DJ. I guess that's cool? Is that live music? Anyway, being a boutique hotel, be prepared to sleep next to the wall because if you get 2 beds the room is all of the length of your body or so.

    19/02/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    92. Adam K.
    The good:
    People seem very nice and apologetic, good location near the University.

    The bad:
    No dressers in the rooms? Seriously? That seems bizarre to me. They told me only half of their rooms have dressers. I'm here for 5 days, what the hell? Do i have to live out of my suitcase? Is this a nice hotel or a flop house? They did offer to give me extra hangers though. I guess I'll use them to hang up my socks and underwear.

    The other thing it appears they only bought for half the rooms was cable TV and I think they spliced it to the rest. Why does cable come in fuzzy? The picture on the TV was terrible and my "HBO" channel was all but non-existent.

    Also, no refrigerators in the rooms. That costs an extra $15 a night! Guess I'll have to finish all my meals.


    Hotel Deca seems to wish it was a real hotel but falls short in many places. Maybe it's designed for people with short stays who have never been in a regular hotel before. The rooms look snazzy, but small. I suggest losing one of the many floor lamps and put in a dresser.

    I can't image they have many return guests.

    11/08/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    93. Kim S.
    I must admit... driving up to this hotel had me worried.  The outside isn't very nice... and the area that it's located in isn't... well... it isn't downtown.  But from the very moment I walked in... to the time I left... I felt at home in this hotel.  The staff was VERY friendly... and the room was very nice.

    They have a private parking lot so that you do not have to valet... the staff is very helpful and are quick to resolve issues.  They have an onsite lounge and coffee shop.  The hotel is decorated in the art deco style (hence the name lol)... so it is very modern.  It is within walking distance of a lot of great restaurants and local pubs.  I was only there for one night so I didn't get to experience everything that was in the area... but I hope to get back one day soon so that I can.  And when I do go back... I'll be staying at Hotel Deca for sure!  I LOVED IT!!!

    Oh... as a side note... I do have to let you know... the walls are VERY thin... you can hear your neighbors talking... so if you're on a top secret mission... I wouldn't mention the details in the room from fear that the information may get into the wrong hands.

    08/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    94. Kim R.
    My girlfriends and I stayed here the night of the KT Tunstall concert, which was just across the street at the Neptune.  The lobby and rooms aren't bad.  The Tulley's in the lobby is awesome.  We had a Junior Suite for the four of us, which would have been just fine.  The problem is there is just a complete lack of attention to detail that really soured me to this place.  The headboard above the bed was crooked, there was no soap or shampoo in the bathroom, there were not enough towels or coffee, the couch needed to be cleaned desperately and when we got back to our room after the concert we realized that they had not left any bedding for the pull-out, so that was a bit of an ordeal as well.  After telling us that the cleaning staff had gone home and we may have to do without, a nice man came up with sheets, blankets and pillows for us.  Overall, I would not recommend this place.

    25/10/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    95. Sheree P.
    loved the room!  loved the lobby!  It was like no other hotel and the view!!

    01/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    96. Heather R.
    My boyfriend and I found this hotel online and while looking at the pictures we were amazed by the rooms. When we arrived to check in we reminded the front desk how we specifically stated on our reservation online that we will need a shower stool due to my boyfriends disability. The front desk was more then happy to provide that. The arrival was an overall good experience.

    When we get to the room we are shocked to see how small it was and how filthy our toilet was. Our room phone didn't work and our AC was acting up. We also never received the requested shower stool.

    When we checked out the next morning we expressed our concerns with the front desk employee Kylee and her response were several pouty faces and an "oh bummer" response. She also accused us of lieing about not receiving the shower stool.

    I will never stay at this hotel again and I will continue to let people know how rude and inconsiderate this place is. The next time a guest comes to you with problems, fix them don't make them worse.

    13/08/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    97. Steve A.
    Nice Hotel. Always enjoy the food and beverage here in the lounge which is actually leased out to another company who runs it. They do a very good job as the food and service are very good. Would enjoy this hotel more if the thermostat worked in the rooms. Had to get up at 2AM each morning and turn heat off then up again at 4AM to turn it back on. They put a fancy thermostat in the room that serves no purpose. Should have just installed an on/off switch. Front desk informed me the thermostats don't work after I requested maintenance to take a look at thermostat in room.

    21/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    98. Tori G.
    I stayed overnight at Hotel Deca when I traveled to Seattle for a job interview. This is, by far, one of the nicest hotels I've ever stayed in. It's very boutiquey, but it also has great amenities - a full service restaurant, a Tully's coffee shop, free razors when you forget to bring yours, etc.

    I was also impressed by how comfortable the bed is. I usually have trouble sleeping at hotels because the beds are too soft for me, but I found that Deca's bed was pretty firm.

    The front desk staff (mostly UW students, I believe) were super helpful, and I ended up with a room with a fantastic view of the downtown skyline.

    The location is great, too - just three blocks from the UW campus and in the heart of the U District, everything you need is within walking distance.

    Prices permitting, I'd definitely stay here again.

    11/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    99. Wayne G.
    Awful parking with poor quality and very old rooms.  No refrigerators or dressers.  You can hear noises from hallway.  I would not recommend, a Holiday Inn Express is far nicer.

    11/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    100. Christina M.
    Although Hotel Deca has been recently renovated within the last few years, it still felt very old and more like a discount motel to me (without the discounted prices).  Call me a hotel snob if you will, but I have higher expectations of hotels that charge so much and market themselves as being an upscale boutique hotel.  I also didn't appreciate that we spent so much on the room and were stuck in one of the tiniest rooms in the hotel when we were under the impression we'd have a larger room during initial booking, my bf and I certainly won't be back.

    *Don't let the hotel photos fool you, while the lobby really is as nice as the photos, the hotels rooms are nowhere close.

    - Slow/unreliable internet:  My bf actually took a lot of heat from his employer for being unable to complete work for clients in a timely manner because of the internet connection.  The internet would either randomly kick him off or just perform slowly.
    - Thin walls:  We could clearly hear people talking in the next room, as well as in the hallway
    - Large gap between the door and frame: You could see pretty easily through the gap
    - Tiny cheap-looking bathroom
    - No fan in the bathroom
    - Only one usable outlet
    - Cheap plastic chest of drawers
    - Streaks of something on the wall...some type of liquid

    09/08/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    101. Madison B.
    The biggest problem with this hotel is how thin the walls are. We were in a room at the end of the hall and could hear everything from the 3 rooms around us. Not just like muffled TV noise, we could hear everything perfectly clearly as if it was happening in our room. Our friends staying on a different floor had the same problem.

    The staff is nice and the lobby is also nice. The rooms are fine, the bathrooms are very small.

    Also...my boyfriend left his shirt in our room, and no one at the hotel can seem to get in touch with the person who handles lost and found (who we have left messages for and has yet to return a call.)

    03/01/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    102. Erich M.
    My wife and I stayed here for four nights while visiting Seattle on a house hunting trip. While the staff seemed very friendly and I liked the overall artsy feel of the hotel and the convenience of the attached coffee shop and restaurant, we ran into several issues throughout our stay that made it difficult to grant a more positive review.

    I should note before I begin that parts of the hotel were under renovation at the time. I understand that the room we stayed in on the 14th floor had been recently remodeled, and I could see that some of the lower floors were in progress.

    1. The internet is *super* slow. 512 Kbps, to be exact. I found myself resorting to the 4G LTE internet on my phone instead of using my computer to look things up, but this was a big inconvenience given that we were visiting with the intent of finding a place to live. Most hotels I've stayed at in the past several years also offer free internet but I've never seen it so slow.

    2. As someone else commented, you may hear your neighbors to some extent. I, however, noticed this only in the bathroom. I didn't try to make out my neighbors' conversation, and am not certain it was clear enough if I had tried.

    3. While checking me in, the employee at the desk received a phone call from another member of the hotel staff, and told that person not to go in such and such a room because they were sending someone up there. Turned out to be me. It had me a little worried, but I didn't think too much of it, until the next morning when  I received a knock on the door around 9 or 9:30 am. I opened the door to find two people surprised that the room was occupied. Apparently they were supposed to photograph our room. Oops. Throughout the rest of our stay, I saw these two around other parts of the hotel taking pictures. Wasn't a huge deal, just seems like someone could have communicated this plan better.

    4. The bathroom sink didn't drain very quickly.

    5. When the neighboring shower was in use, water leaked into our bathroom. It wasn't until the end of our stay that I realized this was behind the wet bathroom floor, so I can't comment on the hotel's responsiveness to the issue, but I was told upon our departure that they would look into the problem.

    A few other notes pertaining to others' comments:
    1. Our room did have a microwave and fridge. It sounded like those were available if you asked for them, though we received it unprompted.

    2. We had a great view from our window - I enjoyed the 14th floor.

    3. I also noticed that the windows fogged up when we showered, and there was no fan in the bathroom.

    18/01/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    103. Marjolyn D.
    We scored a room at Hotel Deca through Priceline. we've never stayed in the University district before and we loved it! Unfortunately our room was super tiny and although it said it was a queen bed, it was definitely either an XL twin or double at the most.

    The customer service was great and overall the hotel was neat (a little creepy but still neat). If the rooms were just a bit bigger it would be great.

    01/05/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    104. Elisa A.
    This hotel is super cute. Love the art deco decor. But... The rooms are extremely noisy. I could hear every word of my neighbors multiple phone conversations. I could even hear them going to the bathroom.
    Don't try their restaurant which serves breakfast on weekends. Waited 15 min for an ice tea and then had to ask if maybe I could get a glass of water while they made it. Only one waitress and she was not very friendly.  Food was fine when it finally arrived.

    08/03/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    105. Teresa S.
    Super dissapointed in this hotel.

    We tried to book the entire Penthouse suites for an event and had a hard time even getting anyone to return a call to view the space.
    When we finally did get a chance to see it we were greeting with filthy rooms full of trash, unmade beds and beer bottles.
    They couldn't have waited and showed them to us after they were clean?
    The person showing the room asked us if we were planning on using our own caterer? "Can we?" "No." Then why'd you ask!
    We were also told we had to use their bar service even though the people who'd previously occpied the room had plenty to drink by the looks of the cans and bottles everywhere.
    She had no information on the caterer we were supposed to use so we found our way to someone in Eat Drink downstairs only to be interupting their busy day, asked to leave a card....but haven't heard from anyone.

    So I suppose we will spend the thousands of dollars somewhere that actually wants to help us and take our money for what is supposed to be a special event.

    And yes...we tried to contact them MULTIPLE times and got NO resposne.

    17/03/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    106. Alisha B.
    The front desk staff was very welcoming and even upgraded us to a deluxe city view on the 15th floor where we had a wonderful view of Mt. Rainier on a couple of mornings.  They were also very accommodating when I extended my stay by 2 days.

    The room was very comfortable with a soft-but-not-too-soft king size bed with down pillows and duvet, iPod friendly alarm clock, flatscreen t.v. with DVD player,  two sitting chairs and a desk and table.  The bathroom was clean and old fashion, with a porcelain pedestal sink and bathtub.  The bathroom amenities were pretty nice too.

    In the hotel's lobby there is a Tully's Coffee shop and a restaurant/bar on the lower level.  The restaurant also provides room service to the hotel for dinner.

    The location is pretty good, being in the University District, with a few restaurants in walking distance from breakfast to dinner.  There is also a Safeway right up the street.  If you don't want to drive, there are usually cabs waiting outside, with the most of them being around in the evening.  The hotel also provides a shuttle service to or from the airport, I think it was $50.00 one way.  We didn't use any public transport, but there is a bus stop out front too.  They do have a parking lot and they charge $15.00 per day.  Look for specials on their website though, we were able to get a deal for $7.50 a day.

    I look forward to visiting Seattle again and would definitely stay at the Hotel Deca.

    21/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    107. Mal C.
    The Hotel Deca is a good hotel, but it is pretty pricey in comparison to other local hotels, so I give it an A-OK.

    Comfortable beds and clean sheets
    Great views (of the Space Needle in my room)
    Friendly late night front desk staff
    Tully's Coffee right through the lobby
    Very convenient location
    Provides ear plugs
    Liked the shampoo, conditioner, and soap they provided

    Large gap underneath the door was very strange and a little unsettling (also makes hallway noise more audible)
    Thin walls
    Small rooms - the decor was cute, but the wallpaper had tears in it and markings - made it look older
    Less friendly daytime front desk staff
    Parking lot spaces are pretty tight fits for larger cars and when they have conferences at the hotel, parking can fill up ($15/night)
    Refrigerator and microwave are available upon request, but when I got them they were a little smelly.
    Wish they provided body lotion

    24/06/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    108. Jeewon J.
    My family booked Hotel Deca through Hotwire.
    (hotwire sucks, id recommend staying away).

    The ladies at reception we're ok, pretty nice, nothing too special.

    I just think it's crazy how you have to pay for parking.
    And its not just $5 or something its $17 for one night?????

    Hotel Deca was not bad, but we've definitely experienced better.

    01/09/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    109. Ladan z.
    I stayed here with my parents for 2 night. We booked the hotel  for 2 beds  instead we got one king size bed. They told us the hotel is sold out!!! I had to sleep on a very uncomfortable couch. The room is very noisy. You can hear your neighbors going to the bathroom. On top of that they had construction going on starting at 8 am.
    The only person who was helpful was PAUL. He gave us a great room with an awesome view the last night. Maybe it was because they wanted nice reviews.

    22/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    110. Christine B.
    The background: Boutique-y/Artsey Hotel Located very close to University of Washington.

    The Details: I came here for an interview with the University of Washington so I was only at Hotel Deca for one night. This hotel is extremely close to UW, so if you needed to walk there I would say that you could, but a cab ride is only $5.  I stayed in a "guestroom" with a king bed for about $150/weeknight

    The pictures they posted online are very true to what experience you will get in your room. The room itself felt like a modern slice of the 20's or 30's, very colorful, but not too harsh. I had a nice view of the mountains. My bed wasn't too soft, or too creeky either, which was nice.

    My main gripes are surrounding the bathroom. One thing that I did not like was how cramped and "old" all the fixtures were. I can't tell if they were purposefully old for the sake of the design or if these were actually old fixtures that weren't renovated. Things worked, but not too great... my water pressure was horrible (maybe bad luck/room location). The crampedness made it hard to even set out my make up out on the counter.  They don't give you any toiletries... the mini shampoo conditioner lotions etc...  which I thought was a bit odd. I usually don't care for hotel toiletries, but beware if you don't pack your own!

    The Verdict: If I ever need to come back to UW I would definitely consider staying here again. It's convenient, clean, looks nice, priced a bit on the higher side (but also considering the great location near UW).

    22/12/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    111. Michael Y.
    For the University District, it doesn't get much better than Hotel Deca. It's an old historic hotel but it's clean, beautifully decorated, and a very attentive staff.  The rooms are on the small side but all the rooms are artistically decorated with the Art Deco feel.  The hotel is centrally located to UW campus and will eventually be across the street from the light rail station.  Tons of excellent places to eat within walking distance with a Tully's coffee shop on the ground floor.  In the basement is The District which is a nice bar and eats place.

    10/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    112. Audrey N.
    Stayed here one night and it was a pretty room. Big, comfy bed for 2, big mirrors in the room, and the view was awesome.

    We stayed in room 206 as I recall and we had the view of Lake Union, the space needle, the freeway and mostly the Queen Anne and downtown area. Worth a picture at night time and even better during the afternoon.

    Slept kind of late, and they let us have a later check out.

    They have a restaurant and Tully's coffee in the lobby, which we didn't go to, because everything else on the Ave and around the U was just a small walk away.

    The place was very clean and a modern feel. Best thing I liked about it was how big the windows were. It had a little space where you could sit beside it and look at the view.

    They also give a free bag of chips and vitamin water haha.

    Honestly the best sleep I've had compared to the other 2 hotels we've stayed at.

    Didn't have very much contact w the front desk, but the night guy was really funny and joked around a lot, as for check out time, the ladies were always smiling :)

    11/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    113. Holly W.
    Stayed here for 2 nights for a friends wedding, for the price wasn't impressed.  First off you have to use a room key to get to any floor which in theory is great... Except the keys didn't work half the time. Many times I had to go back to the desk and ask for a new key... The bathrooms are tiny in the hotel, their was a husky game the Saturday I was there and people that had a room booked had no where to park..  The front desk wasn't very helpful with numerous issues we had as I was in town for a weekend for a wedding that was hosted in the hotel. For the price I wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone. Much nicer hotels directly downtown.

    26/09/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    114. Bryan W.
    I rarely totally dog a place out because I don't take too many things that seriously. However when I do, it is well deserved. I checked into this place for a business trip, flying cross country.  All I wanted was a comfortable bed and a shower.  Much to my dismay, when I looked at the tub, it looked kinda strange..bottom of the tub had black flecks, which I first thought was because the tub was old...I wiped it with a face towel and this crap was just black!!  How hard is it for housekeeping to do the one f*cking thing thing they have to...which is clean the f*cking bathroom!! You can give me the wrong room, wrong bed, wrong floor..whatever..but the bathroom is where I draw the line!!  Never again.

    18/10/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    115. Lindsay H.
    Very clean room, great view of the city and space needle. Helpful and courteous staff. Two minute walk to UW, so there are a ton of restaurants and businesses in the area. There is a lounge/ restaurant and Tully's coffee at the hotel. I'd def stay again.

    03/08/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    116. Stephanie K.
    Thr Deca is noisy. Room doors slam if not shut carefully. If you want a fridge in your room be ready to pay $15. Also there was a large, gross human hairball on my floor and the light next to my bed didn't work. No chest of drawers in the room either. Weird. Hate this place.

    22/09/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    117. Glenn A.
    The staff was very nice BUT...

    Our room was not ready until past check-in time. They upgraded us, though there was nothing special about the upgrade room, and when I laid down on the bed it had broken springs on one side. They moved us to another room that was fine. The next day I realized I had hung a new Washington Huskies jacket up in the closet of the first room. They had given the room with the broken bed to someone else and told me that they could not enter that room until the housekeeper went in. I trusted that this would be done but apparently they never checked until after the person left and my jacket was gone. I asked them to contact the other guest as that seemed to be the only person who could have taken my jacket. I ended up calling back several times, being assured that this would be taken care of, and then not hearing anything at all. It's upsetting because the only reason this ever happened was because they have people staying in a room with a defective bed.

    The hotel is kind of old with a superficial remodel. One more strange thing- the elevators were slow and housekeeping was always in the main elevators with garbage, dirty linens, etc. It was actually OK in general but not a place I'd eagerly return to.

    01/08/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    118. Jillian R.
    Great place! Looks a bit shabby on the outside but rooms are bright with Art Deco atmosphere. Even small rooms are cozy and comfortable, with extra bedding, adjustable thermostat, TV, and coffee pod.

    Smaller rooms are fine except for the bathroom which hardly gives room enough to turn around. We spent one night in a small room and one in a Sky View Deluxe... Much bigger and a more spacious bath, with a little chair and window book.

    Service was great. We had to change rooms and at noon a girl came to our door to carry our bags up and give us new keys. When we had a problem in the middle of the night with guys shouting in a room nearby, the front desk resolved the issue.

    The hotel also takes security seriously. There is someone on front desk duty 24/7 and the elevators/stairs require key card swipes to access your floor.

    Free wifi, verrrry reasonable parking, and close access to bus routes to downtown made it a really great stay... Plus, they have Tully's AND a cocktail lounge adjacent to the lobby on the 1st floor.

    Really close to some cool cheap eats like Guanaco's Tacos Pupuseria and others south on Brooklyn Ave.

    Overall, comfy, cozy, and hallways smelled like vanilla. I loved it.

    18/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    119. Matty T.
    Surprisingly pleasant. Looking at the outside of the building you think the inside would be old and dreary. Not at all! Yes it's an older building so the spaces are a little small, but the rooms use their limited space well. The lobby is gorgeous and worth checking out. If you need a hotel near uw this is the one!

    05/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    120. Nicole O.
    This place is disgusting, stains on everything, chaise lounge looks to have "mysterious white stuff" all over it, someone spilt pop on the dresser, all down the front of it and house keeping didn't bother to clean it.  The whole room has been "redone"...translation replace beds and paint a bit but the whole thing looks like someone tried to remodel and had no idea what they were doing.  Horrible place to stay, the room feels dirty! Very unhappy for 200$ a night, next time I'm staying at the Westin.  Tried to cancel, 75$ fee.

    26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    121. Lisa E.
    My friend and I booked this through a travel agent and our reservation was totally screwed up. Instead of the two queen bed suite we booked for 2 nights, we got there to find a single twin bed in a studio booked for 1 person for 3 nights. Massive fail. It sounds like lots of other people have had this issue as well.

    They couldn't remedy the mistake because it was UW graduation weekend and they were sold out. My friend slept on the floor Friday night. Not cool at all.

    However, they upgraded us the second night to the queen suite with an AMAZING view of downtown Seattle. That room was amazing. They comped our parking, gave us free breakfast and a bottle of wine with an apology note was in our room. That was very nice but seriously, the screw up on the first night was not okay.

    The location is amazing. One block from the Ave, near lots of bars and food, close to downtown. The views are spectacular. The gym in the basement is basically a closet with a treadmill, a bike and a few weights.

    Would I stay here again? Probably not. The upgraded room was amazing but the screw up the first night soured the experience.

    17/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    122. Kevin C.
    I stayed here alone for two nights while tending to some business at the University of Washington. The best thing about this hotel has to be its location, mere blocks from the northwest corner of the UW campus.

    I arrived late at night via Shuttle Express in the middle of a rainstorm (yep, Seattle). I was tired and hungry. Fortunately, The Ave (University Way NE) is only a block from the hotel and hosts myriad late-night dining options. I returned to my room (401) and got situated. You can tell that the building was built in the 1930s, but the 2007 renovations keep the interior feeling contemporary.

    The closet was pretty simple, with a pull chain light switch and a curtain (rather than doors) separating the closet from the room. Sufficient enough for me. The bathroom was a little confined, but I wasn't looking to spend a whole lot of time in there anyway. As far as I can remember, all the furniture was nice enough to keep me comfortable throughout my stay.

    My only minor complaint during my stay was the noise level. Perhaps it's a byproduct of a 1930s building, but the doors and windows were thin. 401 is right next to the elevator, so I could hear sounds outside my door. On the other end of the room, through the not-fully insulated windows, I heard someone fire up a leaf blower at 6:20am on a Wednesday. My suggestion? Ask for a higher floor and maybe one away from the elevator lobby.

    I was able to explore The Ave the next 2 days as well as some of the UW campus. I liked that I was able to go to campus, come back, go grab a bubble tea, come back, go grab dinner, come back, etc. All without feeling like I was ever going out of my way to go back to my room. I never got a chance to visit the University Village shopping center (easily could have walked there), but I wanted more to explore the unique areas of the University District than shop at stores found in any mall in the US. I can't reiterate how great Hotel Deca's location is. With only my feet (and Shuttle Express) as my transportation this trip, Hotel Deca was perfect for me. It was also nice to come back to a lobby that smelled like coffee every time (Tully's is conveniently attached to the hotel).

    05/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    123. Marya B.
    I loved this hotel. The room was clean and comfortable.  it was a bit small but it was fine for the 2 of us. It was right behind the breakfast area and I was worried about noise. We had no noise problems at all.
    The staff was the best part. The front desk was very helpful and friendly.
    I'd stay here again

    08/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    124. Xamantha C.
    I stayed here for three nights, and let me tell you...during those three nights, I've had my patience tested and a life scarring experience.

    1) Patience was tested
    At Hotel Deca you have to swipe your room key in the elevator to be able to get to your floor. Don't get me wrong, I'm all for the extra security, but because our room key did not work, even after a million tries each time we had to use the elevator, it really frustrated me and my dad. Apparently you cannot put the key next to your phone because it demagnetizes it or something. One of the guys at the front desk re-activated it, but even after that, we still had people use their key for us to get to our floor.

    2) Life scarring experience
    BE WARNED. THE WALLS ARE PAPER THIN. On our second night, we could HEAR our neighbors having an "intimate time." Not only could you hear their voices, but you could also hear the "impact" (if you know what I mean). Like how thin could the walls be for us to even hear that much? Did I mention that this was going on at 2 IN THE MORNING??? I was disgusted beyond imagination, plus I was with my dad... Can you say awkward? Maybe if we were next to nice family or a couple that was more quiet, my stay would be a million times more enjoyable.

    Based on point #2 I would've given this place one star, but I really liked the decor of the lobby and the coffee shop. One of the guys at the front desk (I forgot his name) was also very friendly. So I'll be generous and give 2 :)

    01/09/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    125. Leena L.
    The place has a very friendly staff and tried hard to satisfy us. We booked two rooms,expecting both to be just as nice as the ones we saw online. The first one was extremely small. The rooms werent what we expected. The wifi is only limited to one phone per room which is ridiculous ! I wouldnt consider the hotel really clean because there was this huge dark brown stain on the side of the bed sheets. The place would be considered decent to me.

    06/04/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    126. Matthew B.
    This is my favorite place to stay in Seattle
    No it's not the newest swankiest thing... But it's got a cool factor that can't be beat. I stayed here last night and my room is remodeled but they have kept the deco theme and it's just charming great location and just such large rooms.

    25/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    127. Lindsay E.
    Overall, our stay here was fine. The room was decent. The mattresses on the beds were terrible, seriously, but thankfully the pillows were comfy enough to make up for it and allowed us to get a good night's sleep. There were not any warm blankets on the bed. Sheets and a thin blanket were all we had to work with (and it is October in Seattle here people), so we were forced to crank up the heat which left us with dry sinuses in the am.

    I saw reviews about thin walls and noise issues, but we didn't have either of those.

    The bathroom was pretty small, one of us had to get ready in the room to save time, but thankfully I'm low maintenance, so it wasn't a big deal.

    The staff was really nice and helpful.

    My biggest complaint, and believe me it was big, was the stupid elevator. If you want to access floors 2 and above, you have to use your key card. That would be just fine if it actually worked. On our first attempt at reaching our room via elevator, we ended up sitting briefly stranded on the basement floor without the ability to get out. Inserting our key key card and pressing our floor key resulted in nothing except the feeling of being in a really crappy scary movie. Thankfully, someone in the lobby called our elevator up and saved us. We got out and walked the 5 flights to our room where I promptly lost my shit, for just a second. I could sort of understand if I were just the idiot in the elevator, but I am not lying when I say that every time we rode the elevator we ran into someone who was mildly panicked and having problems with their ride too.

    We would stay here again. But we will definitely ask for a lower floor in case we need to take the stairs.

    25/10/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    128. Jeremy R.
    I made a reservation about a week ahead of time, flew to Seattle, came into town about 11pm, and when I got to the front desk, they said they made an error and there was no room. They said they had a partner hotel downtown that was ready to receive me and  had some directions written out when I got there.

    So why, in God's name, didn't they just CALL ME to let me know this before I drove through downtown to get to them? Like, why WAIT until I got there, parked, dragged my stuff into the lobby, and then tell me this?

    I ended up going to another hotel nearby that had a room (nicer and more expensive than I needed).

    All I needed was a place to sleep that night in the neighborhood where I needed to be early the next morning. Blech

    12/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    129. Jeffrey S.
    This place is pure amateur hour. Waited hours for my room to be ready. They send me up to TWO rooms that haven't been cleaned. Wifi very poky and not fully operative. Keycard readers on elevator not working reliably on several guests' room cards.

    27/04/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    130. Liza K.
    After a long series of unfortunate events we ended up spending a late night at Hotel Deca (we have an apt in Ballard). We called plenty of places around 11pm at night and Hotel Deca was the only one that would allow our dog to stay as well.
    When we finally arrived we were surprised at how nice it was and how inviting it was inside. The hotel staff was beyond friendly and very accommodating. We had not bags/toiletries/anything. They offered us toothpaste/toothbrush, and basic toiletries. They took pity on our story and offered us a very nice rate. More importantly it was maybe 12am at this point and got us checked in and in our room in no time.
    The room was beautiful and I was sad we wouldn't have more time to spend here. It looked very recent'y renovated and was a very large room.

    If I have family in town that needs a place I will recommend this place. And if we get in a bind again and end up needing a place to sleep last minute, this is where we will end up.

    18/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    131. David W.
    This place hit all the right buttons for me: hip neighborhood, room with a bay window and a view, modern hotel with a throw-back vibe, suggestive photos in the hallway, purple velvet, and I think I've got a thing for the girl at the front desk.  

    If only the $14.95 I spent for 'fast' internet was a little more reliable....

    I was only slated to be here for one night, but instead stayed four.

    02/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    132. Chris B.
    I stayed at Hotel Deca for the weekend while in Seattle and I had a very pleasant experience overall.  It's nestled right in the heart of Washington University so you can always find something to do.

    The restaurants surrounding Hotel Deca are rich in culture and low in price to accommodate the students living nearby.  Make sure you stop at Cedars and get the falafel and turkish coffee (see my review of Cedars).

    The hotel itself is nice.  It has modern furnishings set within a jazz lounge style backdrop.  I believe I will be coming back here anytime I'm in northern Seattle.

    23/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    133. Thyais M.
    We really liked our stay at the Hotel Deca. It was nice that they had adequate and ample parking adjacent to the hotel. In addition, the staff was knowledgeable & friendly. After checking in, we were quite pleased with the accommodations. The location provided access to a lot of places to have dinner and to pick up incidentals that we might need for our trip. After dinner my kiddo & I relaxed with a selection of DVDs that the front desk provided along with popcorn. The morning, we had a late breakfast at the Tully's that's attached to the hotel.
    It's definitely an experience I would repeat.

    10/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    134. Jason S.
    Great location in the U District.  Pretty much walk to anywhere, UW, eateries, bars, shops, etc.  I have stayed a few times and rooms vary in comfort level, decor, space, etc.  As far as a place to lay your head at night, it serves that purpose comfortably.  Few quirky things here and there... water pressure was low once and  hvac did not seem too cool the room to desired temperature,  Relatively inexpensive option if you use travel sites to book, also they will match those rates if you walk in.  They do charge some sort of club/hotel fee of $30 so if your rate says $90, its really $120, but still a better than average deal.

    22/05/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    135. Madeleine Q.
    Excellent service overall! The hotel is situated in a great location, only a few minutes walking distance away from the University Ave where you can find many options for dining, shopping, and such.

    I wish I could give it a much higher rating than a 3 however here is my reason:
    -- When I walked into my bedroom, I realized how badly the room needed some fresh air. I immediately opened the windows to ventilate and it felt a bit better. There was this strange odor that permeated and no matter how hard I tried, every day I would come back and breathe in this very unpleasant smell.

    29/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    136. Sam A.
    IT would not be hard to earn a five star rating from me.  OVERALL Excellent service, great location and within walking distance to many things.  We traveled all over city and found location good based on traffic and location to sights.  The 30 day pre-purchase net special hard to beat based on area.  We paid for a better room higher up and it was worth the view (15 floor).  LACK OF  Noise was better than many.

    Here is my PICKY issues - beds are just too soft, no warm blankets, Cable TV channel selection very lacking, one wifi user only per room for free, Hotel needs a HOT TUB following your day as a tourist.  Microwave failed to work and are very cheap type.

    15/02/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    137. Jesse S.
    Pretty good place. NEat decor. Seems like an old hotel and they used decor to modernize it and make the old and new neatly come together. COMFY beds and good night sleep  bad is the paper thin walls. Staff is very friendly and professional

    16/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0