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Company Info: Rating: 5.00
Address: 2000 2nd Ave, Seattle, WA, 98121 Hotels in Seattle, WA
1. Kit C.
We stayed here the week it opened (February 2015) and would have expected some operating glitches, but we were impressed by how smoothly the place was run. The lobby is small but impressively decorated and we were greeted warmly by the staff. The general manager, Ben, introduced himself in the elevator and made a seemingly genuine request that we let him know if we have any problems or see anything amiss. We don't think he has much to worry about if our experience is typical. Our room was cozy (to be expected in an old, remodeled building) and very stylish, and the Tom Sellick/Magnum P.I. pillow on the bed made us laugh out loud. The room also had a good sized TV, a Jawbone speaker for music, and wi-fi is free for Kimpton Rewards members. There is a bar and restaurant in the building, and the Moore theater is across the street. The area immediately around the hotel doesn't have much going for it right now but downtown, Pike Place Market and the Belltown bars and restaurants are a short walk away.
07/02/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
2. Matt G.
Fun place with a fantastic location. Fancy hotel with lots of character. The staff are super nice and very helpful. Did I say fantastic location? Five minute walk to the market, mall and department stores and too many restaurant/bar options to count. Will definitely book here again for our next staycation!
01/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
3. Maureen M.
Can't recommend it enough! The service was excellent, the location couldn't be better and the rooms are stunning! Kimpton never disappoints! Thank you for the great stay!
22/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
4. Kate M.
My boyfriend treated us to an overnight stay in a Palladian suite for Valentines Day, and we both loved it!
The Palladian feels similar to other Kimpton hotels, yet a little bit classier. Located inside an old Seattle apartment building, the designers managed to maintain the funky ambiance while updating it entirely. The front desk, valet, and bar staff were all young, hip and incredibly friendly. The suite was lovely, with solid street and water views of downtown. The king-sized bed was comfortable, and noise from both outside and inside the hotel was minimal.
The Palladian opened a little over a week ago, so I'm giving them five stars with that in mind. There were little details that could have been better, such as a lack of bathrobes and a shower that allowed water to pool away from the drain. None of these issues were big enough to warrant any discomfort or annoyance, and the charm of the hotel made my boyfriend and I very happy staycationers.
15/02/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
5. Stephen S.
Everything about this place is great! The clean rooms, bar, location, mini bar (which we didn't use, but great selection and prices), and amazing staff! We both couldn't stop talking about how nice and helpful the staff was.
We came down to the bar after exploring the city and it was fairly crowded. Everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves and we found a sit at the window. I enjoyed an old fashioned and it was made perfectly. My girlfriend wanted a bloody mary but they didn't have them on the menu or just not available in the evening, not too sure. She decided to just go with a basic cocktail. The atmosphere was great and really liked the decor of the bar and hotel.
The room was very comfortable and didn't notice any city noise. Very clean and couldn't have asked for anything else. The mini jambox they had in the room was great to listen to music while getting ready. I really liked the decor of the rooms and hotel.
I'll definitely be staying here again and will be checking into other Kimpton Hotel's in the future!
03/03/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
6. Oly S.
We chose to stay at recently re-opened Palladian Hotel and it was the decision that definitely influenced all 3 days of our Seattle stay in the best possible way.
First of all, located in the heart of Downtown Seattle, Palladian Hotel is literally 2 mins walk distance from Pike Place Market, surrounded by lots of hip bars and coffee shops, it made it super easy for us to discover the city by foot and save on car rental.
Also, it felt like a quiet, cozy place to come back and chill on the large luxurious bed during the day. Something you can afford during the vacation time, right?!:) The staff was all extremely polite and helped us out with some local food and drinks tips. Time in the hotel definitely felt like a dreamy getaway for us, which totally is a bonus to an urban style travel such as ours.
Additional treats like local Kukuruza gourmet popcorn, C.O.Bigelow Apothecaries skincare goodies and other boutique hotel attributes such as a very nice selection of drinks in the mini-bar shows the hospitality and great taste of Palladian Hotel. Vintage-inspired interior, highest modern standards, perfect service - everything points on this hotel's trendsetting status.
30/03/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
7. Samantha B.
Came to Seattle for work this weekend and had a great experience with the hotel! The front desk was so incredibly friendly and helpful, especially Adam and Mariah!! I will definitely be staying there the next time I'm in Seattle. It is walking distance from a lot of restaurants, shops and Pike Place Market. Also, it is super pretty inside and has some great cool factors!
26/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
8. Katy H.
You're a dope if you don't pick this Kimpton over other nearby options. We're talking affordable rooms, great location, and even better amenities. You know how hotel bars are usually not that awesome? That is NOT the case here. In fact, the Palladian has a hotel bar and a hotel bar/restaurant. Two totally separate spaces with separate offerings.
The bar has a small snacks menu and a full back bar for creative cocktails, scotch, mezcal and more. It's cozy but also surprisingly large. Located next to the lobby, you can check-in, unpack in your room and then come down for some food and drinks. There's plenty of space for groups, there's soft seating, there's corner options, and there are plenty of big cushy, velvety stools at the bar itself.
If you're looking to eat, order some of the best room service in town, or pop down to the restaurant that's located downstairs behind the lobby/check-in desk. The food is phenomenal. You'd be spoiling yourself by eating here!
As for the hotel itself, the rooms are unique, they're new, and they're listed at a competitive price. Especially for a city booming like Seattle. With lots of nearby hotel options, this is going to be your best bang for your buck. It's a great size hotel too. Not too big so it's loud, but not too small that it feels tiny or cramped. Rooms are the perfect size and they feature art that depicts local important Seattleites throughout history. Some fictional and some real ;)
I've been recommending that all my friends book a room here when they stay. After seeing the rooms myself, I'm half tempted to book a staycation and stay in one myself!
20/02/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
9. Hannah L.
And by that I mean never again will I stay anywhere that isn't the Palladian. Because, how can you resist when you walk into your room and not only is there an aesthetically lovely sliding barn door for the bathroom, but Brad Pitt is waiting for you to climb into bed?
Okay, okay. A pillow with the image of, but nevertheless....
I love Kimptons and stay in them any chance I get. And in Seattle, where I lived for six years, I had the privilege of living in one for six weeks due a fire displacement. So I do have a soft spot for Hotel Vintage, but wanted to try something new and slightly more affordable. Enter the Palladian.
Andy at the front desk was awesome and I got to have a good Seattle chat with him on my way up to my room, which of course was lovely. Spacious, decorated with a beautiful rustic board wall and a cool leather-sling chair at the desk: so comfy. Plenty of outlets for any devices you might need to plug in, and a spacious white-and-brass bathroom with lots of counter space for a downtown hotel. This was a space to luxuriate in, and I did.
This is a great location; you're at the edge between Belltown and downtown, and 3rd Ave (with most of the city buses) is a block away. Palladian has two on-site food and drink options (Pennyroyal, the lounge, and Shaker & Spear, the restaurant), and I enjoyed my time in each one. The best part of playing tourist somewhere you know (and love) by heart is getting to stay in a fancier place than you could live, and I already want to go back. If you're new to the city, choose Palladian as your excellent and funky home-away-from if you want a trip to remember. Or a bedmate (pillow) to wish you're too cool to forget....
27/03/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
10. James Z.
First, I will recognize that because it's a new property, the Palladian is flawless. However, as a Kimpton loyalist, even some of their oldest properties do a solid job of maintaining that palpable sense of modern luxury I seek in hotels. That said, the Palladian hits all the marks in terms of comfort, design, service, amenities, and location.
Last weekend, I had the pleasure of staying at the Palladian. Seattle is already a fine, world-class city, but staying here reaffirmed that truism. The entrance of the hotel isn't "in your face." By that I mean it's a very subtle entrance. Once you pass the front doors (and greeted by very friendly doormen), you will notice Pennyroyal bar to the right and the concierge/front desk straight ahead to the left. There are fantastic and whimsical paintings of Kelsey Grammer (a.k.a. "Frasier"), Dave Matthews, and Jimmy Hendrix -- presumably celebrities with ties to Seattle. There's a bar area where the wine hour (daily 5-6 PM) is hosted featuring local Washington whites and reds.
We stayed in a one-bedroom suite on the 6th floor. Thankfully, we had a corner suite with a city and bay view. The suite is separated by this moving door made out of a gorgeous restored wood. I'd describe the room style as "nouveau global" (if there is such a thing). Basically, the minimalist modern decor feature worldly and earthy materials that evoke "vintage": wicker, wood, gold, etc. I mean, honestly, even the bathroom was beautifully "modern vintage" (I understand the paradox here): black, gold, white... antique globe-shaped lighting, old-school bathtub, etc. The bathroom was supplied with C.O. Bigelow. Like all Kimptons, the room also had fantastic gray bath/house robes for lounging. These were particularly luxurious in feel.
The rooms are equipped with eco-friendly settings. In other words, when you enter the room, place a room key in the slot near the door. The system can track if people are in the room; the card-reading device controls the heat and air conditioning so it shuts off when no one is there. Brilliant! Also... and this was the most delightful surprise: the room was stocked with a Mini Jambox! Funny enough, I was planning to bring mine but changed my mind thinking "Well, I'll only be there for two nights." I enter the bedroom and there it is! Just link your smart phone to the Jambox via Bluetooth and you can start jamming out! It totally got us in the mood as we dressed up, drank, lounged, and prepared for our nights ahead. (Playing some Britney and Spice Girls and NSYNC is totally a party-all-weekend must!) It's so much more up-to-date than those iPod docking stations. Bravo, Palladian! What a great small investment -- a subtle but memorable touch.
In terms of the service, I couldn't have had a better experience. The front desk ladies and gentlemen were genuinely friendly and helpful -- especially Mariah. She always had a smile on her face and was fun to share a couple of laughs with. The entire staff was very professional and was incredibly attentive. Because we were staying with a promotional rate, we also received locally-made whiskey and sea salt chocolate. It was a nice way to be welcomed to both Seattle and the Palladian. Lastly, in terms of location, the hotel is close enough to "touristy" stuff but still distant enough where you can avoid most of the traffic. I also like that this is near Belltown and only a mile from Capitol Hill. It's near the main attractions, but also within walking distance or a short drive to neighborhoods where locals actually frequent.
I've stayed at other Kimptons in Seattle, but this one definitely wins. Thank you Palladian for an outstanding weekend and a fabulous experience.
04/04/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
11. Don B.
I stay in hotels a lot these days. In fact, my stay here finished off a two week trip that saw me staying in four different hotels. And believe me when I say that for the price, this hotel is above and beyond your usual boutique experience.
For one, it's clean. This could be due to the fact that it's only a few months old. But regardless, I didn't find any dusty corners, or yellowing grout, or the usual soft spots that become obvious at many boutique hotels.
For two, the style is great. I love the colors, the decoration, the carpets, the wallpaper, and most of all, the badass oil portraits of local Seattle icons mashed up with classic military commanders from the 1800's (a-la Napoleon) that grace the lobby. Even the marble tile in the bathrooms, the eco-friendly room lighting... everything. I liked it. I even had a Ricky Gervais pillow in my bedroom! Oh, and that bed is comfy.
For three, great staff. Friendly, excited about the brand, excited about the dining options (which are, themselves, great), and all-around ready to help out.
And fourth - those dining options I mentioned? First off, Penny Royal bar in the lobby is a legit craft-cocktail bar. You may be used to hotels having crappy bars run by their catering departments. Penny Royal goes way above and beyond. Make sure to check out the leather coasters too. Those things are badass. And Shaker + Spear in the basement? it's very high quality (if a little $$$$). I'd eat there any time.
This was a Priceline find for me, and for what I paid (around $208) it was better than all my other boutique stays in Seattle for similar prices. In fact, for most places I've stayed, this quality for this price (or even up to $250 or more) is great. And the location can't be beat.
Bravo Kimpton, this one is a total winner!
11/05/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0
12. Leah S.
This is my favorite Kimpton property in Seattle. Great customer service, gorgeous property and rooms, and phenomenal location!
The service from the staff was top notch! They provided everything we needed as well offered suggestions on where to eat and were very personable!
We visited the bar here too and we received exceptional service here too!
Our room was well appointed, clean and the bed was super comfy!
The location can't be beat either. You are a block away from pikes market and the great restaurants and nightlife in Belltown.
We can't wait to return!
17/05/15 | Link
| Rating: 5.0