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Rating: 3.73

Address: 1046 1st Avenue South, Seattle, WA, 98134

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    Comments (125):

    1. Kees v.
    This particular hotel proved to be an excellent choice due to its location to Seattle proper, the company I was visiting, and road access.  Personally I feel the cost per night is a bit high particularly since it does not include breakfast and you must also pay extra for parking.  The room was extremely comfortable however and the plasma TV was great.  I used the exercise room in the AM and it was adequate.  I guess my biggest complaint was the noise coming from the trains.

    24/01/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    2. Jenny B.
    Love this Silver Cloud! Have stayed here many times and look forward to coming back. Location is great, right across from Safeco! Everyone at the front desk has always been very friendly and helpful. The rooftop pool & hot tub is amazing!  Great views.  Love to lounge by the pool! And you can order food/drinks up to the pool area also which is very nice. The rooms are clean and have huge flat screen TVs. The last time I stayed was in one of the jacuzzi rooms - SO NICE & relaxing!!  And the restaurant there - Jimmy's - is also great.  I've had both breakfast & dinner there.  I had the Egg White Frittata for breakfast and it was delish!  Oh and (later in the day) you must try the "Jimmy Fries" - YUM!!  Can't wait to go back for another mini-vacation downtown again!

    27/05/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    3. Katelyn A.
    I was a little weary of this hotel after I read about the train noise, but I decided to give it a try and I am so glad that I did.  My flight arrived a few hours earlier than check in but the staff informed me that it would be no problem getting me in.  I was impressed with the room that was on the ninth floor, it was very clean and on the same floor as the heated pool and hot tub which offered great views of sunset and bay.  The staff was very friendly and the free shuttle was perfect to take you downtown.  It ran to pikes market every half an hour but also dropped us off at other locations and a quick call back to the hotel for a pickup. I did hear trains in the morning and at night but nothing too late or too early and it wasnt very loud.  I liked the hotel so much I extended the stay a night and was able to occupy the same room. The only reason I took a star away was the broken hairdryer (though it was quickly replaced) and the sound on the television was on the fritz when we were playing the pay movies.

    29/11/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Edwyn A.
    I'm giving the room 4 stars since i got the room cheap and i love the plasma tv in the room and the ipod docking connector. I really didn't hear any train noise at all - then again i kept the window shut. The only negative which knocks it down to 3 stars  is it is on the very edge of what is considered downtown... and so you will hike some distance to get anywhere fun... pioneer square isn't too far from here which is great but then again you do have to cross under an on ramp onto the Alaskan viaduct which is kind of a shady underpass - but once you are past there ... you are in civilization. also the pool is heated and the hot tub is very nice and its out on the roof top so you get a great view of the city and surrounding stadia.

    18/11/07 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    5. Shalee S.
    I wanted to give this place five stars, it's right across the street from Safeco Field, which is why we came to Seattle.  The room was very nicely decorated with modern decor and it had a flat screen tv.  The problems began when we pulled in to park our car.  A very nice man helped us with our bags and handed us a ticket.  We walked inside to check in and after giving us our room key, the lady tells me that it's 20 bucks a night to park our car there.  WTF, there was no sign when we left our car saying how much it was for parking, they did not tell me anything when I made the reservations.  Whatever, what choice do I have.  Seattle has no parking so we left it there.  The traffic noise in the room was pretty bad, I had a hard time sleeping.  As nice as the bed looked it was not very comfortable, they gear the hotel towards business people so I am sure there are some grumpy people at meetings with a bed like that.  

    All of this could have been forgiven until the next morning when we went to check out.  The guy asked me if we had any room service or movies.  I said no.  He said it showed that we watched Blades of Glory from 12:01-1:35am.  I told him that we did not watch a movie, that we were asleep, he repeated himself and so did I.  I told him that I didn't even know what that movie was about, he proceeded to tell me all about the movie.  WTF, if I had seen the movie like he claims I did would I be saying I didn't know that the movie was about.  I told him that was a statement not a question.  He said that if we had watched the movie for three mins or less he could reverse it but since we watched an hour and a half (which is not the whole movie) there was nothing he could do for me.  I told him fine, I would pay for it and he could expect to get a review on yelp.  He looked confused and I walked away.  The charge by the way was $12.99.  WOW, I think that's a lot.  

    I work in the service industry and if a customer says that they disagree with a charge and it's less than 20 bucks, it's really not worth arguing with them and insisting on charging them.  Yes, they got me to pay the $12.99 but they lost any future business from me, any of my friends, family and maybe some yelpers.  Even though I have family up there and plan on going back to Seattle, I would not stay there again. Poor customer service, big time traffic noise and an uncomfortable bed.

    09/08/07 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    6. Marc D.
    Just held our event in Seattle and had a block of rooms at this hotel.  The hotel was very nice, kept up well but most importantly had great service and worked hard to make our event successful. I was able to enjoy a very good meal at Jimmy's and definitely recommend it.  Looking forward to being back next June and for years to come!

    30/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Nohero T.
    Silver Cloud Inn is the best hotel in Washington. It's right between Safeco Field and Quest Field. Super nice Suites with great views, and fast room service. The only thumbs-down I give the hotel is that the room service you order has to be a minimum of $10 with $2.50 delivery charge and a required 18% tip. Otherwise it's great!

    10/07/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    8. Kristie A.
    Pool on the roof? YES.

    18/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Eric D.
    This is a great business hotel chain.  Depending on what you are into, the location can be good or bad.  The hotel is across the street from the Mariners' stadium...and a block from the train tracks.  So...net net...it's not quiet.  If you need to stay here, the big tip is to ask for a room facing the coartyard...facing away from the street and train tracks.

    24/09/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    10. Marjorie A.
    Got an amazing $75 rate on Priceline for a very nice room. Clean, quality furnishings - as nice as the Hilton I stayed in last week for $250/night. I have a courtyard-facing room (asked for a quiet room), used foam earplugs while sleeping and I did not hear the train at all. The free city bus drives right by the hotel, use the shuttle or simply walk the 1 mile from Pike Place Market area. I'd definitely stay here again for a similar rate.

    27/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    11. Christopher C.
    I was saying "I want to live here" several times during the visit. The room was nice and seemed clean. I'd say the only downside was that I could hear others getting up in the morning and the bed seemed hammocked and too soft for me. However, I enjoyed every other aspect of the room I was in at a great price. I suspect that prices will go up during game nights as it's right across from Safeco field.

    15/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    12. Kai N.
    Fantastic Service!  Great price!  Exceptional.. :)

    01/09/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    13. Ken B.
    I stay here for business, because it is walking distance from where I need to work while I'm in Seattle.  For that reason, it is incredibly convenient.  I'm also a runner, and I can get to Alaskan Way easily and jog down to Myrtle Edwards.  My room and parking is paid for by work, but I do believe the parking fee is high.  

    The rooms are very nicely decorated, and the quality of everything is great, with the exception of the bed, which I agree with others, I have a hard time sleeping on.  City noise and trains have never bothered me, it must depend on which side your room faces.  Last time I was there I got upgraded to a suite for no reason, and I could actually see the baseball diamond from my room, which had a couch and two flat screen TVs (big time for me).  

    The staff has generally been courteous every time (about 5 stays so far).  They had me sign up for their rewards, which can earn you cold hard cash, which is nice.  Furthermore, they have often relayed messages from colleagues who were staying there and wanted to get in touch with me when I checked in.  

    Big downside, breakfast is not included at this location, but it as other silver clouds.  I don't know if any of the rooms here have the bathtub with jets inside the room (with view of TV) but others do.  

    The workout room is small, basically a one bedroom with all the normal stuff replaced by some machines, but it usually isn't crowded, at least it exists.

    It is in the outskirt of downtown Seattle, but in an hour I was able to get to Pioneer square, Pike Place, the public library and Westfield shopping center on foot; but I like hoofing it around cities, you get to see more.

    I'm a little biased because I stay here often and it's not a personal trip, but for business it's a good deal.

    25/03/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    14. Kelly C.
    Very nice hotel at a decent price. The rooms look great and the beds are comfortable. They also have free wireless internet along with other accommodations.

    14/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    15. Barb B.
    GREAT location if you are going to a Seahawks or Mariner game. Clean, non-smoking, nice restaurant downstairs.....but its kinda like going out on a first date with a nice-looking person. At first appearances it looks pretty good:  clean, modern decor, big flat screen TV in the room, Aveda products in the bathroom, good restaurant downstairs....not bad so far. But then you start noticing the flaws: like  the train going by at midnight tooting it's horn at whoever and the trolley starting up blaring it's horn at 6am. I still give it 4 stars for the convenience of being close to Qwest field for the playoff game...but, perhaps I am still on a high from the awesome performance of the Seahawks against the 'Skins.

    06/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    16. Rick T.
    This was my first stay at a Silver Cloud Hotel and i was pleasently surprised.  It was reasonably priced and the location was good.  It was right across the street from Safeco Field, which was good and bad.  It was good in the fact that I could see Ichiro at night but bad in the fact i could hear the train and traffic at 11 pm.  Overall happy with my experience and would stay there again.

    15/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    17. P S.
    We got a good deal for this hotel on Priceline. We found the rooms to be very nice and the staff to be efficient and friendly. We took the light rail from the airport to Stadium Station and the hotel shuttle picked us up within 10 minutes. The hotel is a bit of a hike from Pike (a poem) but the wonderful shuttle is available to take you and/or pick you up, which was especially nice when we wanted to go up to Seattle Center. The only odd thing was that they never replenished our shampoo and conditioner nor the coffee creamer. We finally had to request creamer and sweetener from the front desk. This was such a minor issue that we would not let it influence future visits - we would just remember to pack Splenda and Coffeemate...

    03/11/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    18. Alison Z.
    I give this placefour stars because it suited what we game to Seattle for -to see downtown and, of course, go to a few baseball games. My husband loved the flat panel TV, and the room was very clean. We didn't have a car, so we didn't have to worry about traffic or parking fees. We took the shuttle to the major areas in the downtown area, and the drivers were great. We live by the train tracks now, so the trains really didn't bother us. Now whenever I hear them though, it makes me wish I was back in Seattle!

    The front desk staff was pretty helpful, and gave us a room with a view of Safeco when they found out we were in town for baseball. It was almost brand new when we were there a year and a half ago.

    The only complaints I have were that, as far as we could tell, there was not a vending machine anywhere to be found. Not a big deal except, again, we had no car. On a Sunday night when it is pouring outside, that does not leave you a lot of options for dinner. We could have gone to the restaurant downstairs, but we were there enough during our trip and just wanted a bottle of water and something to eat besides pop tarts. Also, the location is a bit questionable, and I would not have ventured far from the hotel after dark.

    Overall, a very nice hotel and I would go back.

    04/05/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    19. Jevan W.
    Okay - for us the location was perfect! We went to events at both Qwest & Safeco fields. The hotel is in an industrial area, and between the sports fans, the trains, etc. it's NOT the quietest place in the world, it didn't bother us any at all, but it's not for those who demand quiet. The rooftop pool is nice, but smallish. The rooms are fairly average/good the bed was good, the staff was friendly and efficient. The free shuttle service is a big plus to getting around town (when we weren't at baseball or soccer games across the street). Jimmy's restaurant/bar was fine, a bit overpriced, but hardly out of line with hotels in general, food and staff both were good. It is so nice to walk across the street and be at the ball game. I'd give them 5 stars if not for the parking charge ($22/night) not out of line for the area, just a pet peeve of mine.

    17/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    20. Craig M.
    While not being "downtown" this SODO hotel can compete with the best of them. :)
    I have stayed here three times and enjoyed my stay each time. My most recent stay was on May 20-22, 2011.
    The staff is friendly and helpful. From the front desk to the valet parking staff to the maid...excellent all around.
    The rooms are well equipped...nice king sized bed, work desk and chair, easy chair and ottoman, wall mounted flat screen TV, wet bar, refrigerator, microwave...
    On my third stay I finally got a room with a view of Safeco Field...8th floor and the Center Field gate outside my window...cool.
    I was able to use the rooftop pool and jacuzzi on my latest visit...warm water and a great view!
    The hotel is close to the Stadium stop on the Link Light Rail, and is within easy walking distance of bars and restaurants in Pioneer Square. All of the Silver Cloud properties I have stayed at are nice...they are beginning to grow on me a bit.

    28/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    21. Chukki S.
    Stayed here for a Seahawks game once.  Amazing to be that close to Qwest Field.  You can walk right there!!! So close.  Go up on the roof for an amazing view of Seattle and you can even see Safeco.  Room wasn't as expensive as I thought it would be.  Fun times.

    09/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    22. Jen M.
    I was pleasantly surprised by this hotel.  When I checked in they had upgraded me to a suite.  Nice!  The room was very spacious, and right across the street from my window was Safeco Field and Qwest Field.  I had to laugh because I was watching the Mariners game on TV (on mute) and I opened the window so I could hear the in-ballpark commentary!  (So college, I know, but I couldn't resist.)  If you are in town for a baseball or football game, this hotel doesn't get much closer!  If only the Mariners and Seahawks would get their collective acts together the Silver Cloud might have a higher in-season occupancy rate :)

    The beds and pillows here are extremely comfortable and I loved the Aveda toiletries.  The valet guys are quick to bring the car around when you call.  

    The *only* downside to this hotel is if you are a light sleeper, the railroad cars and their horns will keep you awake.

    22/04/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    23. Mitch G.
    If in town for a game MLS, NFL or MLB this is the place to stay. A whole two min walk to your game. A great bar downstairs where we partied with Hope Solo before a game. Lots of other great bars and breweries within five min of the hotel.
    Back to the hotel, for the price one of the best deals in town. Great service, rooms and more to the point an awesome comfortable bed, yes.

    14/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    24. Jeff S.
    Just stayed at Silver Cloud Stadium this last weekend and and it was absolutely fantastic. Got the Priceline STEAL at $65.00 a night, for three nights and very close to everything downtown. We had no issues with trains, location, crowd noises, staff, nothing. It was all perfect.
    The roof top pool was a highlight for both my my wife and I and the kids. Great view overlooking Safeco field and a hundred yards from Qwest Field. Blocks from Kripsy Kreme which the kids loved and another 4 or 5 blocks from Pioneer Square which was awesome. The hotel has a shuttle that will take you anywhere, no need to drive and pay for parking all day long. The valet is very reasonably priced as well. $22 a night, or you can spend $15 a night and $10 a day to keep your car in one of many shady and unprotected parking lots around the hotel.
    Jimmy's restaurant was great too, and fairly priced. Ordered a few things to go and it was all very good food.

    Can't wait to go back and catch a game next time. There is no better hotel if you're going to be watching the Seahawks, Mariners or Sounders play.

    02/05/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    25. M S.
    The 4 stars are for the front desk employees and overall new/clean room. The front desk people were really nice and helpful and were as quick as they could be to help us even during a serious crush of activity when we were checking out on a Saturday morning.

    If I could rate Priceline, that would be a different story: Their definition of "downtown" has changed and the star rating on this hotel is a little off in my opinion. I did not expect to get hotel so far from the central downtown area; it's not all that convenient to bus lines either so you can walk or take the free shuttle (a nice amenity!). If you're heading to a game, it's an awesome location of course.

    I got a good deal but would only pay full price if I were headed directly to something in this vicinity. It's not the kind of location where you really want to be wandering back into your hotel at 10PM after dinner.

    The Double queen room was clean and had new furnishings. Free wifi (unsecured so I did not use it a lot) and a flat screen tv with a standard cable connection, nothing special there. The bathroom is nice and spacious, which is a big plus. The tiled surround on the bath was starting to go off or mold in the corners, which is sort of inevitable but worth noting.

    Our room had a mini fridge and coffee maker as well as ironing board. Great since I was there for a job interview and needed to be able to pull all my stuff together in the morning without a bunch of separate errands or the risk of waiting for the desk to fulfill requests. No extra blanket or pillow in the room but the thermostat was easy to work, so I could balance out the chilly temperature pretty quickly.

    What wasn't freely available: parking or breakfast. I guess it's just the tightening economy but for the location and and type of hotel I would expect a continental breakfast at minimum and it wasn't an option even for non-Priceliners. Parking was $30 a night which is average for Seattle hotels. The valets were OK but a little slower than some other hotels in the downtown core.

    07/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    26. Jiaqi L.
    We didn't stay here for a sporting event, just general tourism. The staff is very nice and accommodating. The elevators are the annoying kind that requires a room key and don't work half the time. The rooms are nicely appointed with a 42-inch LCD TV and a convenient bar area with sink for preparing food and drinks. Free wired and wireless internet access are available though the wireless was flaky for us.

    Getting around downtown Seattle is simple thanks to the FREE shuttle service to and from the hotel to anywhere in the downtown Seattle area. We called from the Space needle and 10 minutes later there was a shuttle out front waiting to take us back to the hotel. There's a pool and hot tub on the roof as well as a gym.

    The only downside is that besides the sports stadiums, there isn't much within a short walking distance from the hotel. Finding a restaurant for dinner required at minimum a 10-15 minute stroll through semi-questionable areas. Overall, I think this hotel is a great value. Perfect for sports fans and very convenient for tourists thanks to the complimentary two-way shuttle.

    30/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    27. Michael R.
    Unexpectedly nice hotel right next to Safeco Field and The Pyramid Brewing Company. Rooftop pool and jacuzzi with great views of the bay. Nice room with high-counter wet bar and new furniture, bed, etc. Jimmy's restaurant had terrific breakfasts. Beautiful lobby with exceptional art. Valet garage. Staff isn't overly friendly but not snobbish either.

    31/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    28. Devon R.
    Awesome rooftop deck with heated pool and hot tub. Nice lounge chairs and you can bring your own beverages out as long as there is no glass. Fabulous view but beware of the train...pretty annoying.

    Rooms were nicely decorated and clean. My double queen had a wet bar which was handy and their shuttle service was great.

    I would definitely stay here again.

    24/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    29. Walter W.
    I've stayed here twice now. The first time, it was right before the rock 'n' roll marathon (which we attended so we could cheer on our friends), so this was a prime spot that was less than a mile from the finish line! As that garners a 10 star rating alone, I'll exclude that experience and cover our latest experience.

    Please note that we were mobile and had a car, so some drawbacks (such as no grocery, 7-11, or other types of conveniences nearby) were not concerns. We loved the easy access, as no one was playing next door when we stayed. The price was great (priceline), and the internet was free. the rooms were clean, and the front desk guy even participated in the road games we were playing, which we had continued while entering the hotel. Sadly, he won, which tells you how a "6 hrs in a car a day" week-long road trip will mush your brains. Finally, there is a drink and snacks freezer right near the front desk, which you can charge to your room, with decent prices.

    06/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    30. Angela P.
    I stayed here three weeks ago during my wedding weekend. I was in touch through email with Elan before the big day and he was SUPER. He had no problem setting aside a block of rooms with a special rate for the wedding guests. He emailed me to see if there was anything I needed from them.

    When I checked in, the front desk presented me with a card, some chocolates and a free room upgrade. (I might have to tell all the hotels I stay at now that I am getting married the next day!)

    The staff was polite (there was one bell boy that had a bit of an attitude but nothing too bad). The room was big and clean. The valet guys were extremely nice and let my dad come in and load/unload even though he wasn't staying there.

    Valet was $20 a night added to your room which is a steal here in Seattle where the W is almost $40 for valet.

    I will definitely stay here again!

    08/09/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    31. Emerson F.
    You know... Had I paid "rack rate" for this hotel, I'd have been thoroughly saddened. Luckily, I did the priceline "name your own price" so the $79 a night rate was right in line with what this place is worth.

    The hotel itself is decent. It has a nice restaurant on the first floor, ample leather sofa's and a fireplace in the lobby. The desk staff at check in was courteous. The rooftop pool was small, but nice.

    That's about all the pro's I could think of for this place. As for the negatives, well, there are plenty.

    First off, the hotel is not located near anything at all if you don't have a car. Nothing. No stores or vending machines if you get snacky, it's about a lil over a mile to Pike's Place and you have to walk through Pioneer Square. That's ok during the day, however at night, Seattle's less fortunate seem to reside there.

    The hotel offers shuttle service, however you have to make reservations, which means you have to know exactly when you'd need a ride back to the hotel.

    Plus, due to a key malfunction, I had to stand in the hallway at 1 a.m. for a half hour because no one could get our room door open. Eventually, they just switched us rooms at 1 a.m. Talk about weird.

    Overall, for $79.00 it's ok, but for the $200 + a night rack rate, I'd say no way... There are much, much better hotels in the area for that price.

    22/07/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    32. Gabriela A.
    The hotel is located b/n the two stadiums, which is convenient in game days,Every service in this place is awesome ,I have no words to say about the service starting from the valet,we forgot his name,black guy with Bini and other Asian guy with eyeglass they welcome us in a very attractive way,we went inside ,the front desk are very cooperative and serve us in a very friendly way,Peter,,the hotel is super clean ,and the restaurant is special,and yes one problem was the noise from the trains! so disturbing that we told the front desk and gave us another room ,we want to thank all staffs,super!!

    02/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    33. Michael C.
    We had the best stay. All the staff was super friendly. Our room was super clean and was upgraded to a suite free of charge. Thank you

    08/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    34. Kristin B.
    Best hotel in downtown Seattle by far!!!

    If you are going to a Seahawks or Mariner's game, you couldn't ask for a better location! It is so convenient to walk out the doors of the hotel and be smack dab in the middle of all the fans and tailgaters waiting for the football game!

    There is a pool and hot tub on the roof for crying out loud! The view is to die for and nothing beats a bloody mary and breakfast out on the roof.

    The staff is super nice, the hotel is gorgeous, clean, modern and for the price, well worth it. Anywhere you stay in downtown Seattle that is not terrifying will be expensive so just fork over the money for this place!

    Jimmy's on First is the bar/restaurant in the hotel and the food is delicious, drinks are strong and the service is always fast and easy.

    I just can't say enough good things about this hotel!

    27/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    35. Suzanne N.
    I stay here on business frequently, and have never had a bad experience. The rooms are great, the staff is friendly, the restaurant (and room service) are terrific.  

    Only downside is noise from the trains (bring earplugs or request an interior room) and the occasional "over-beveraged" guest from the stadiums.

    15/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    36. Jolie D.
    Yes please!
    Had a wonderful time. Not to mention i was a little weary of the location, the free shuttle was fab and picked us up or took us where ever we needed to go. I deff recommend!

    30/04/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    37. Maura S.
    When my Priceline bid came back and said that I was charged 75.00 for a 3.5 star downtown hotel in Seattle I was pretty excited.  However, once I looked at the location of my "downtown" hotel I was a little disappointed.  Despite its being a far walk from the downtown area/Pike Place, many vacation search engines still consider this hotel downtown.  Be forewarned!

    That said, everything else (besides the location) was great about our short stay at the Silver Cloud Inn.  We got in late at night and used the valet service (~$18).  We were greeted by really friendly staff at the front desk.  Our room was nice, comfortable, and clean.  Plus the view of the stadium was pretty cool!

    If you are coming for a game, I would highly recommend staying at this hotel.

    12/04/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    38. Lael H.
    I booked on Hotwire for $94 and was able to upgrade to a King Jacuzzi suite for an extra $50 at check in. The front desk staff were friendly and accommodating, even at 3pm the day of my departure when I finally made it down to check out. They even had super crisp complimentary apples at the front desk!

    My room was on the eighth floor under the pool and had a great view of Alki and Elliott Bay, showcased in a huge picture window immediately behind the sparkling clean two person jetted tub (with all jets working perfectly). My room also had a microwave, mini-fridge, and an additional shower and super deep bathtub. The in room coffee was the best I can remember having at a hotel and there were ample in room amenities.

    25/08/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    39. Brian M.
    I landed on the Silver Cloud by accident, but I found it to have a silver lining.

    I booked the hotel through Hotwire, and Hotwire considers this hotel to be "Downtown-Pike Place," when anyone local will tell you it's more "Industrial/International District" than "Downtown." So Hotwire let me astray, but I was happy with the hotel once I got there.

    The location knocked it down a star for me, but it's probably a bonus for others. It might as well be part of Safeco Field, as it's directly across the street. My window was literally looking onto the entrance sign, and I think if stadium seats hadn't been in the way, I could have been hit by a ball coming from left field. The downside was that I wasn't there for the game, it was game night, so traffic wasn't fun.

    But back to the hotel... The room was stunning. It had a "masculine" feel, I thought, with rich brown and black tones to it. The bed was more than comfortable, the huge widescreen HD TV was a plus and there was free wifi. Subtle touches like the iPod-ready radio are always noticed and appreciated.

    I didn't really hear traffic or train noise to the degree that the other Yelpers did... I heard some game noise, but once the game ended, and things got dark, my room stayed quiet.

    One final note on the parking... Every hotel I've stayed at in Seattle of any repute in downtown or near the airport has charged from $14 to $25 for parking, so I was prepared to pay for the valet service. At least one hotel near the airport charges $16 for self-parking in a surface lot. Now THAT makes me want to scream. But while I hate paying for parking, at least at this particular hotel, it was a valet service that was timely and friendly.

    16/07/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    40. Amanda D.
    We stayed at the Silver Cloud b/c we got a great deal through Priceline ($99 a night).  According to Priceline its a 3 1/2 star hotel.  While the rooms were big and clean, I had a HUGE issue with the fact that the trains are right next to the hotel and that made it virtually impossible for me to sleep the three nights we stayed there.  The first night we stayed on the 7th floor facing the water, and the train came ever 15 minutes - it was so loud that even with ear plugs and burying my head under two pillows I could hear it clearly.   The staff kindly moved us to an interior courtyard room the next morning, but you could still clearly hear the trains although  they were a bit more muffled.

    The primary reason for a hotel is to sleep comfortably while you are on vacation.  Considering what little sleep my husband and I got, I am giving this hotel a 2 star review.

    12/10/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    41. Sarah D.
    This is definitely NOT a four star hotel.  I'm being generous at three stars.

    Location: far from city center and pike's place and shopping, literally 1.5 miles and the walk is not a nice one either.  There's not shopping nor markets near by, the area is dead!  The only restaurant was Pyramid Brewery and that was adjacent to the hotel, but we didn't go there because we have one in our own town so we didn't come all the way to Seattle to eat at the Pyramid!

    Staff: unaccommodating - I asked for a room not by the elevator and they put us 2 doors from it.  When I called to ask for another room the "best they can do" is another 3 doors down or a room facing the trains which is even louder than the elevator.  We ended staying in our original room, but I did get woken up in the middle of the night from people drunk walking from the elevator to their room!!  I'm sure not every room away from the elevator was taken, maybe they were saving them for VIPs.
    Also, I bought a candy from the gift shop and I didn't want my one penny change and the front desk girl who took my money loudly pronounced "oh wow! a whole penny for my tip!" to another front desk girl.  Not only is that unprofessional but quite embarrassing to witness and be part of.  

    Room: clean and roomy.  I was glad because everything else was going so bad!  We were in a two queen bed room.  We had a nice full bath with shampoo and conditioner and nice towels too.  There was a kitchenette and we took full advantage of that.  Bought drinks and alcohol to store in the frig, even some snacks.  The microwave was nice to heat up our leftovers we brought back from the restaurants.  There were 3 full sized mirrors so we (two girls) didn't have to fight for mirror time at all.  Hair dryer was old but worked fine.  All in all I would say the room was the best part of the hotel. We got HBO so we watched some good movies late night after the bars and club....

    Value for the Money: I pricedlined this hotel, and instantly regretted it because of its location.  It was less than $100 per night but still more than I thought it should have been for its location and terrible staff.  I'd rather pay a little more to stay more city center.  I don't think I'll ever be fair with priceline again, I will always bid ridiculously low from now on!

    Free shuttle: was fine, they leave the hotel every half hour from morning to 11pm. They also do pick ups at drop off points so that was nice.  Be sure to have change to tip the driver, its not really free.....

    14/10/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    42. Sean V.
    stayed here for onenight alike 5-6 months ago wth kj sari we didnt stay for 2-3 nights nice room vn decor.and is close to safeco.luv the bar downstairs in the hotel had fun there.the only reason it doesnt get 5 stars because the front desk was kinda rude .but kudos to the shuttle driver was spoton friendly and new all the hotspots.we visit pikes market and all over dwntwn seattle .we regret not using the rooftop pool arrgh
    the loaction is close to everything but sketchy area.but clean and for the most part friendly service will try it again

    19/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    43. Rachel G.
    Some friends stayed here for a weekend while in town and when I went to go pick them up I was pleasantly surprised with what I found. Beautiful/comfy suites and a rooftop pool that made me feel like I was somewhere other than Seattle! The area itself, right next to the stadiums, seems like a weird place to stay while visiting, but it was really nice! They also do free shuttles to the market and a few other downtown spots. I'd definitely recommend this to others coming for a visit.

    29/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    44. Ruth A.
    If you are going to a Mariner's or Seahawks game, or if you are leaving early in the morning via AMTRAK, this hotel is in a fabulous location.  Front desk was warm, friendly, helpful.  Hotel restaurant was excellent.  Room was full of light, great view of the ballpark.  Desk volunteered that the room might be "noisy" and offered an interior room as alternate, but I'm hard of hearing so it was fine by me.

    This place is not cheap, but I felt I got my money's worth and then some.  Several good restaurants in the area.  I loved every minute of my stay there, just sorry it wasn't longer.

    06/09/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    45. Nathan N.
    I stayed here a few years ago when the University of Hawaii played Washington State University during the college football season.  This is a great hotel to stay at if you're attending a game at Safeco Field or Qwest Field.  Both stadiums are on adjacent blocks.  Valet parking is a little expensive at $25/day, but that's quite common in Seattle.  The staff was awesome, rooms were very nice and a great restaurant downstairs.

    Within a few blocks of Silver Cloud Inn - Stadium are some great places to eat, drink and shop.

    SoDo Sports - MLB, MLS, NBA, NFL and college sports apparel.
    Pyramid Brewery
    Tiki Bob's Bar
    Seahawk Fan Shop - within 200 yards
    Mariner Fan Shop - within 200 yards

    23/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    46. Alexander S.
    I have to say that this hotel across from the stadium is quite nice.  If you're in town for, let's say, a Mariners or Seahawks game, this is probably your best bet.  The connected restaurant/bar is open until 11pm and you'll never have to actually set foot outside to get access to it.

    The rooms themselves are nice with giant flatscreen TVs inside each one, showcasing the lovely HBO channel amongst other local television.  I also really enjoyed the Aveda bath products (soap, shampoo, body bar and conditioner) offered to me in the bathroom.  Free wireless and wired internet is also a great perk.

    The only thing I can think of that rubbed me the wrong way is that it was slightly pricey for being 1.5 miles away from Pike Place Market, and this was a deal through Hotwire (I think roughly $150 a night).  It's also just that... 1.5 miles away from Pike Place Market.  It takes about 20-25 minutes to walk or you can take a courtesy shuttle (nice), but it still is inconvenient when you want to step out later in the evening or need to get back from a trip downtown after the shuttles stop running (11pm).

    I also didn't get a refill on soap or shampoo in my bathroom when I had run out and it was 11:30pm, which I assume would've been too late for housekeeping to get me some more.  Didn't try to ask so I just used the soap and shampoo I brought with me that I hid in my suitcase.

    There is a vending machine for drinks on the 4th floor.

    I didn't get a chance to hit the rooftop pool, but I heard it's great.

    Overall a great place to stay, if not just a little far from the touristy parts of Downtown Seattle and beyond.  Courtesy shuttle helps mitigate that and having decent front desk people is always helpful.

    Also, $40 for a towncar to take you to the SeaTac airport from this hotel.

    30/08/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    47. Lisa P.
    The only good thing about this over priced hotel is their outdoor (rooftop) pool and hot tub. Otherwise find a place that cares about their guests.  We had a room with an unflushed toilet when we checked in, dirty glasses and problems with the key cards.  I could understand if they weren't bleeding us dry over the room rates for the concert weekend.

    06/06/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    48. Amanda S.
    I really enjoyed my stay at this hotel. Right by the stadiums near downtown Seattle. Although its not RIGHT downtown, it's not too far from light rail stations or a quick cab ride. They also have a shuttle service that will take you places for free every half hour I believe. Great customer service and great looking rooms. Rooftop hot tub and pool was also wonderful. I would definitely recommend to others.

    18/02/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    49. Greg M.
    Follow-up to my review below:  After my review was posted, I received an anonymous email from "reservations" @ the SC.  Funny/unfair and deceptive - you decide:  the accounting was dated 6/13 and was completely different from the accounting received at checkout on 6/5.  Wow - really - a doctored after the fact accounting??!!  I was hoping I could think better of the Silver Cloud's management.
    We stayed here the weekend of the U2 concert.  My wife made the reservation in March.  At check-in I was told that my debit card would not be charged until check out.  At check out I presented my credit card and it was charged and the account was paid.  In full.

    The next day - Monday - the hotel charges my debit card even though I owed them nothing.  It took them another day to credit my debit card. Of course by now, through no fault of my own, my account was overdrawn and I was hit with an overdraft fee.

    Bad enough, but then it got worse when I received an email from a member of the Silver Cloud's management.  The email made clear that they were still missing the point and now trying to blame my bank, but they were just plain wrong on the facts.  Rereading his email actually is pretty funny.  He assumes my wife checked-in.  Wrong. Tells me what I was told by the front desk at check-in. Wrong, again. Said that at check out the hotel reversed the card presented at check-in.  Wrong, Strike Three.

    And he also misspells my wife's first and last name repeatedly -- both the subject and in the body of his email.  Liberal use of the letter "e."

    If you stay here - dumb down your transaction as much as possible.  Management is easily confused.

    13/06/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    50. Carlamae R.
    We stayed here on 10/19-10/21
    First of all the reason why the hotel gets 2 stars is because..
    1 star because of the shuttle driver Rick he was awesome, super friendly and abso amped about telling us about Seattle spots.
    1/2 star for the location it wasn't that sketchy we walked around 1am and we didn't get mugged. I liked that we were pretty close to everything, roughly a 5-10 mins drive to most attractions.
    1/2 star for the free shuttle service to the major must see spots.

    Why this hotel sucked butt..
    We took the LINK train when we got in from the airport, seeing that it was really close to the hotel. I called and asked about the walking directions and the front desk said don't worry you'll find us!
    Well we walked around the outside of the stadium like ALL of the stadium..ummm hello do you know how big a stadium is?! We lugged around our luggage while it was freezing and raining! Rick the awesome shuttle driver tells us oh why didn't you call the front desk to pick you guys up at the LINK station?" Oh because they told us it was a block away and didn't give us that option!! So front desk you suck.
    I'm pretty sure there were bed bugs because my boyfriend and I were itching so bad when we laid on the not so comfortable bed.
    Bed itself sucked and so did the bed bugs that sucked blood out of our bodies. The bed really did suck and so did the pillows and the sheets.
    I'm pretty confident that there are rats under that sink because we heard rattling sounds every 5 mins....or it may be the old ass plumbing regardless it was loud and obnoxious and I was not going to check what was making that sound.
    Our view was of the other hotel rooms lovely windows..who wouldn't want to see a 500lb man naked?!
    AS for the bathroom..I get it they don't cater much to the vertically challenged folks. I'm 4'9 the tub was seriously my whole leg length, I felt like I needed a stool just to get into the shower. When I opened the curtain the shower head was facing the wall..I get why they do this so it doesn't hit people in the face. But the shower head was probably only 3inches away from the wall so I had to climb on the top of the tub and stretch my midget arms so I can move the shower head and only my fingertips could reach it, I didn't want to die in Seattle let alone in Silver Cloud Stadium Hotel bath tub so I showered close to the wall. I was able to take a regular shower when my boyfriend took his shower and moved the shower head. The sink was up to my chin and I tipped toed every time I brushed my teeth. I get it why cater to someone that's 4'9 when the rest of the world is over 6'3!

    23/10/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    51. Ingrid C.
    Awesomely friendly staff. Good size rooms. Free wi-fi (as it should be). Great Hotwire price ($70 + tax came out to about $86).

    The only real con about this hotel is its location (as others have stated). It's about 0.8 miles south of Pioneer Square (said my iPhone), and I walked past a mission to get there. Not that it's necessarily a big deal, but being unfamiliar and walking to the hotel at night, not exactly the most comforting, either. The free shuttle definitely compensates for its location. They're pretty flexible about drop-offs and pick-up locations, apart from their five standard (and common touristy) ones.

    The only noises I heard at night were coming from the water. Interesting view of the harbor, by the way.

    However, if you're in town for a game, it's probably the best place to stay.

    15/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    52. A W.
    I made my reservation to stay here over the internet two months ago. When I arrived today, they told me the room rate was $80/night HIGHER than what I was quoted when I reserved the room. They told me they're sold out this weekend, so the rate is higher. I said that's not what my confirmation said and offered to show them the email once I got my computer set up. The manager looked angry and told the girl helping me to just give me the rate I said I was promised.

    I got to my room, put my bags down and the phone rang. It was the front desk telling me that, sorry, I was actually being charged the $80 higher rate anyway and if I didn't like it they could check me out immediately. What kind of hotel does this?  I plugged my computer in, brought up the email confirmation PDF they sent me with the rate and walked back downstairs. I showed it to the girl and she went into the back room for several minutes. The manager never came out. The girl came out smiling and said we were all set and I would get the lower rate. Then she said quietly, "I believed you all along".

    So, I was basically called a liar, allowed to check in, and then told the rate was higher than my confirmation said. I wonder how many times they pull this stunt on people who just accept it.  Management, if you are reading this, you should be embarrassed.

    24/05/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    53. T M.
    My 4 day stay was perfect. Very comfortable rooms and awesome staff. Just a few feet away from both Safeco & Centurylink Fields. Roof top pool & hot tub.

    21/04/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    54. Rich R.
    Very impressed. Room -- a suite -- was roomy, clean and surprisingly quiet. Staff seemed friendly and competent. Didn't try the bar or rooftop pool and hot tub, but wish we had. The restaurant was good, with attentive staff.
    Be aware that the parking is $22 a night plus tax, which means $26 and change, plus a tip. But this in a part of town with $3-an-hour street parking, so we didn't see much in the way of other options.
    Overall, great experience. We'd definitely go back.

    14/05/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    55. Annie P.
    Booked room blocks here for wedding guests and everything was great! Worked with Nita in special events and she was great with updating us on our guest room lists, coming up with a breakfast option for us, and delivering welcome bags. She reserved rooms within a quiet corridor and guests all commented on how nice the service was when they were there.

    They put together breakfast vouchers for us for the day after the wedding, since we had guests leaving at such different times on Sunday and wanted to be able to provide a meal without folks having to attend a banquet.

    The Mariners and Sounders weren't in town, and I don't think we would have gone with this hotel for our wedding guests if they were, just due to noise and heavy traffic. But everything worked out well for our wedding weekend and we recommend other couples to consider the Stadium location!

    18/05/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    56. Kristi H.
    I brought my husband here as a surprise for Father's Day. When we checked in, we were asked if wanted a stadium or courtyard view and we said stadium. What a great view it was too! We were on the 6th floor and looked directly at the left field gate. Room was clean, neat, nothing fancy, but nothing shabby.

    Really nice to walk across the street at 6:55, get your food, and still be in your seat at game time! Leaving was also great. 5 minutes from seat to comfy hotel bed. We enjoyed people watching from our window. We had no problem at all with the trains. They were barely noticeable once the windows and curtains were closed.

    Ate at Jimmy's (hotel restaurant/bar) for breakfast. Bleh, but it was convenient.

    Kinda sucks to have to pay $20 for parking and they don't offer the almost standard perk of a Continental breakfast, but location is everything and this place has it.

    21/06/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    57. Melissa D.
    I'm reviewing this hotel being fully aware that it's about 1 mile south of the main attractions downtown (shopping, Pike Place, etc).  The location is extremely convenient to the stadium, convention centers, breweries and Chinatown.  The location is also convenient to the downtown if you, like me, enjoy walking around.

    The rooms are modern, very clean, and provide features like a mini-fridge and microwave, which are fantastic if you're staying longer than 2 days.  The fitness center is well-kept and actually has free weights up to 50 pounds!  There is also a heated outdoor pool and hot tub on the 9th floor which is both well-kept and provides a great view.

    If you're looking for coffee in the morning from say, the Seattle institution known as Starbucks, you've got a bit of a walk.  There's a Tully's and Starbucks just up and over from the hotel in Chinatown near the market.  There's also plenty of coffee venues up 1st avenue or a small bagel shop just across the street from the hotel.  There's also the hotel restaurant - Jimmy's - if you want to sit down and also eat a nice breakfast.

    The hotel does provide a shuttle to the downtown if you don't enjoy walking as much as I do.  Also close by is access to both Amtrak and light rail service.

    28/02/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    58. Mike J.
    I enjoyed my 3-day stay here.  The staff was friendly, the food at Jimmy's was good, and the shuttle service around town was convenient (the drivers were super nice!).  The room was clean, modern, and comfortable.  I would definitely stay here again, and recommend it to friends!  It's not cheap, but I felt it was a good deal for the money.

    11/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    59. Lara O.
    Spent ten days here (and two grand) while working at the Seattle boat show. I'll start with the good,

    Valet (always quick, nice etc)
    Bathrooms- big, nice
    Hot tub- nice rooftop hot tub!
    Free wifi
    Rooms, nice decor, blackout curtains, bar/sink

    The bad...

    Staff- inconsistent. I called to get a robe, was delivered. My coworker calls next day and is told only king sized bed rooms get robes (despite the fact those rooms cost less than ours?) smh. Then 20 mins later one is delivered.
    Shuttle driver, one was so nice and opened doors, handed out the cards with the number to call for pick up. The second one swore, drove on the wrong side of the street once and we had to ask for the card with the pick up number on it.
    Housekeeping- rooms were cleaned almost every day, they are so cheap here with the shampoo (after three days we had to go to the lobby to request it, hmm two women with shoulder length hair spending lots of money here and they're stingy? Lame! They don't knock before they enter, Sunday morning at 9 am they just buzz into our room! Then she decided to never come back (even though we were out by 10 30) guess we forfeited our clean room for that day.
    Jimmy's- the service will be horrible, no matter what you order, when, room service or not. The only food that was good was the breakfast! If I never see another Jimmy's again it won't be too soon.

    Over all, we stayed he because it was walking distance to the field. I will never come here again.

    20/02/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    60. Alice C.
    Complimentary shuttle until 11pm! They'll pick you up anywhere in downtown too. We got picked up in front of a bar.

    This place is arms length from safeco for you baseball fans.

    The room is spacious and remodeled so definitely not too shabby.

    29/04/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    61. Madame M.
    This was my first time at the Silver Cloud Hotel.  The location was a little hard to find but it was literally right across from Safeco Field.  For those who are taking the train into Seattle, it is a 15 min walk from the station which is nice (once you figure out where to go of course).  When I arrived, my room was ready which was great since sometimes that doesn't happen at all hotels when you show up a little before check-in time.  I got a room on the top floor where. I was very pleased with my room.  There were 2 queen beds, a very nice sunken bathtub, a 42 inch flat screen TV, and microwave and a little mini fridge.  

    The beds were very comfortable.  They probably had some of the most comfy pillows I have slept on in a hotel in years.  The staff was very friendly as well.  They have room service till 10pm.  The downstair restaurant is decent.  **Hint** Just go pick up your dinner in the restaurant so you will not have to pay the 18% gratuity and the delivery fee if you have it brought to the room.

    On the top floor is am outdoor hot tub and heated pool which was great to relax in late at night.  It's wonderful to soak and look at the lights of the city.
    One other great advantage of the Silver Cloud is their complimentary shuttle service.  The hotel is a little far from the city center and it is a little questionable to walk around in the area but their drivers will take you to most of the local tourist spots downtown and ferry ports for free (make sure to tip the driver though, its just common courtesy).  Overall, really enjoyed my stay at the Silver Cloud Stadium and will definitely stay there again.  I think it is very fair to say Silver Cloud Stadium is a 3 star hotel.


    I found the choice of channels offered on their TV odd.  A ton of ESPN but no MTV, VH1, Food Network, Style Channel.  They should have something for everybody to watch.

    16/01/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    62. Laura L.
    Always impressed with what Silver Could offers at their price point. I feel they are the most competitive hotel in this price in the city (and I have toured quite a few hotels with work/ event planning). I have sent many people visiting to this hotel (the line in general, all locations), and they have been pleased about the locations, rooms, service, and price. I had a birthday party here a long time ago (maybe five years ago). We celebrated at the rooftop pool in the daytime (wonderful views!), and went out at night in the downtown area. It was a fun time - I loved the room and the feel of the place in general.

    I've also eaten at Jimmy's several times, and this is a fun time too- yummy food and good for groups.

    This particular location is obviously ideal for those who are coming into town specifically for sporting events.

    13/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    63. Yan L.
    Very nice hotel, the location is ok, but they have a free shuttle which makes up for it.  For the price, it's really a great value.

    24/06/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    64. Josh H.
    I'd go 3.5 if I could. I was on the 8th floor, directly facing Safco field. Apparently at this time of the year, there are baseball games every day? There's not terribly good soundproofing on the rooms, so I got to enjoy the sounds of baseball and the crowd whenever I was in the room.
    Also, I think the AC unit in the room next door needed service or something, because there was a rhythmic buzzing sound every 2 seconds, about. You could only really hear it when you were laying down in bed with your head in the normal position, which, you know, is how you normally lay.
    I slept the other way around with my AC's fan on but I was still fairly annoyed.

    The room itself was quite nice, as were the soaps. Nice views from the roof/pool, and friendly staff. Used the free shuttle too.

    If I'm interviewing in downtown Seattle again I'd either ask to be on the other side of the building, or for a different hotel.

    30/07/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    65. Jasmine O.
    Probably one of the better/nicer/yet cheaper of the hotels to stay downtown and not too out of the way. I guess booking with expedia helped too?

    Anyway, I never made it to the pool, which I hear is total kick-ass but I liked the room. It was clean and had all the essentials.

    I think it's good that they don't have smoking rooms cos the air was fresh and clean. The customer service was good too, especially in the restaurant and the valets were sweet.

    Location: across from the baseball stadium BUT I COULD CARE LESS, is the reason I take a star away.

    24/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    66. Dano G.
    If you love sports, I suggest staying here. It is right next to SafeCo field.

    The room I got was awesome, though it wasn't baseball season when I went, I could just imagine what it would be like.

    I got a room with a nice view of SafeCo and it was on the same floor as the rooftop pool and hot tub.

    It was rainy, Seattle is like that you know, but I still didn't waste an opportunity to use the rooftop hot tub at night.

    The hotel has a PC room to surf the net if you don't pack a laptop. But what was weird was when I opened the door one night to use the room, and a hotel guest was using one of the two pieces to look at naked pictures of women. PORN! I totally walked in on the guy self-bonering. I feel kinda bad on walking in on his salf-gratification, but at the same time I didn't. Why would you subject yourself to humiliation by running the risk of getting walked in on by looking at porn sites?

    He awkwardly changed the window to his Yahoo! email and left after only 1 minute.


    Other than that, that hotel is awesome, and the bar/rstaurant downstairs helped me get drunk before heading downtown to work.

    My flight into Seattle was 5 hours earlier than check in, but when I showed up, they let me check in early so I could pass out to the cool Windows-Media-Player style music show on the 42" LCD mounted on the wall in my room.

    Oh, it also has one of those alarm clocks the newer and hipper hotels have that you can dock your iPod into.

    Also, in the bathroom, Aveda bathroom stuff. Brand name, baby.

    01/06/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    67. Danielle M.
    I was worried about traffic in this location, but on a non game day its not bad at all! Great spacious rooms, and the staff was excellent.

    31/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    68. Robert C.
    Very nice, clean. Nice pool outside on the 7th? floor.

    Had drinks @ the bar, well made nice bartender.

    Pretty high douche level for some reason, the streets and lobby had a pretty steady flow of 20somethings all seemingly intoxicated on something (perhaps they were all just high on life) I don't know if thats the normal state of the area or if there was some occasion @ the time of our visit.

    If you need a hotel in the SODO area, this is a nice one.

    EDIT: Yeah, what the people say about the Safeco/Centurylink area, you literally can't get a hotel any closer.

    I also wanted to add that during the day when we were there we wandered around back and found a taco truck that had really tasty food for a decent price. A smidge higher than some trucks but still very reasonable.

    05/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    69. Christina C.
    Great hotel, loved the restaurant downstairs, and the rooms were nice. Also we enjoyed the free shuttle.

    But..... No one mentioned on the reviews there is a train not too far. Apparently at night they are required to blow their horn at the intersections. Needless to say we got very little sleep while staying here. Maybe they should provide earplugs? It was terrible.

    06/03/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    70. Lynn M.
    This is my go-to choice when staying in Seattle.

    The location is great. A short walk to the piers, Pioneer Square, and Downtown. The proximity to I-90 & I-5 makes getting around super easy. The valet price is great (last I check it was $22/day).

    Sometimes the rooms are a little pricey for last minute trips, and though my office is down the street, they wouldn't negotiate a corporate rate - which means for work trips to Seattle I find myself staying at the Paramount.

    The rooms are a decent size. Jimmy's has okay food (not great, but super convenient).

    Their downtown shuttle is free, but budget time, as it took forever to get to where we were going. It was so long that we took a cab home to avoid the frustration.

    This hotel has it's good and it's annoying. But if you can get a cheap rate - it's definitely worth the stay.

    23/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    71. Valerie H.
    Great location for visitors with cars.
    Nice to find a hotel like this that does not charge for Wi-Fi.
    They do, however, charge for toiletries that most other hotels provide as a courtesy to their more forgetful guests.

    01/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    72. Tara G.
    Everyone here acts like they just won the lottery.  I loved it!! The staff will do just about anything to please you and be happy about it.  They all seem genuinely happy.  The rooms are clean and it's right next to the stadium if you are attending a game.  They have free laundry facilities and provide soap. I would go back here again. I wish more places had their attitudes!!!

    26/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    73. My Best Of Portland O.
    Great hotel!
    Great for watching a game @ stadium and walking across the street home!
    We had 2 kids and although this is probably more of a 'grown up' hotel, they were nice to us & we didn't get any glares.
    The hotel staff was extra accommodating; we asked for a room with a view and they worked hard to get us one, but the staffers also warned us that you can hear the trains on the view-side of the hotel.  So we opted for the 'non-view' room.  Was grateful for the honesty.
    The pool is awesome of course a huge draw.  Definitely a warm weather pool.  It would be better if they heated it.  The hot tub is a plus.  Can't beat the view.
    You must have a key card to operate the elevator, which is a plus & a minus, as it keeps it safe, but I found a little anxiety-producing & confusing.  

    We didn't use the shuttle,but it seemed like a rad service!
    Breakfast @ Jimmy's was pricey, but good.
    We made a lovely day trip to ALKI BEACH (about 3 miles from hotel).  Great for kids! Some tide pools, lots of ferries to see and miles of sandy beach.  The valet's told us how to get there. I highly recommend that on a sunny day-it's free and fun.

    11/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    74. Bella D.
    My husband and I stayed here for a few days while apartment hunting around the area. This hotel was very safe (we felt safe enough to walk to the Pike's Market two miles down the road), as well as clean and friendly. The food we ordered for room service was excellent. There wasn't a meal I didn't enjoy.

    14/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    75. S S.
    Booked Silver Cloud on Hotwire. This hotel was affordable, central and painless. Room service from Jimmy's was delicious and quick. Parking is $24/day with in and outs which is decent and the valet retrieved my car quick. Checkout a breeze. Lovely hotel and great staff. Area was quiet because it wasn't a game weekend.

    07/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    76. Jeff H.
    Amazing.  I've stayed at many of the highest rated hotels in Seattle, and the Silver Cloud Inn deserves a shout out.  While it isn't located in the heart of downtown, it's worth the effort to seek out this gem.  I enjoyed my stay here so much two weeks ago, that I decided to forgo my usual spots downtown and come back to see if the experience would be replicated.  It didn't disappoint.

    Located across the street from Safeco Field, the location is great for coming and going from a Mariner's game.  The rooms are nicely appointed with refrigerators, microwaves, and small appliances such as an iron and hair dryer.  Bed is very comfortable with a nice flat screen HDTV hanging on the wall.  I stayed in room 936, and it had a great view of Safeco and the Port of Seattle.

    Just a few steps from the room was the rooftop pool and spa.  Pool is very shallow, in fact, less then four feet deep, but the temperature is kept at about the same thermal heat as a warm bath (think of sitting in a nice hot spring.)  Spa is very spacious, and isn't boiling hot.  You could enjoy a long leisurely soak of up to an hour without any real problems if you felt so inclined.  (For the record, I did.)

    The thing that really stands out for me though about this hotel is the staff.  Everyone who works here is really friendly and professional.  Doesn't matter if you're dealing with the valets or the front desk supervisor.  Everyone knows their role within the business, and they all succeed at it.  It makes for a truly great experience.

    One added bonus is the hotel shuttle.  With taxi fares being so insane these days, it's nice to have an option that wont cost you an arm and a leg.  Shuttle runs til eleven each night, so plan accordingly.

    Be sure to check the online travel sites, as you can often find rooms here for a steal.  Staying here would be more than worth it at full price, but if you can get a screaming deal, why not take it.

    In closing, I can't say enough positive things about my stay here.  If I had the choice, I would give them 4.5 stars.  They don't quite make it into the rarefied air of a 5 star review from me because I still have yet to eat here.  I've heard Jimmy's is good, but when I'm in the area, I choose to dine elsewhere.  Perhaps on my next stay, and I will be back for sure, I'll give Jimmy's a try, and see if it can elevate Silver Cloud to the five star level.

    02/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    77. Brad D.
    I stayed here with my family because we were seeing the Seahawks live for the first time and it is very close to Century Link Field. I rented a suite for $400 a night (hotel taxes are high but this must be due to the financing package to pay for the stadiums) and I really expected better. The room wasn't ready until almost 4 pm, the sofa looked like it was from a used furniture store, no mini bar, etc. I've seen better suites at Embassy Suites.  For a hotel that advertises itself as the closest thing to the      stadium(s) there was zero promotions for the Seahawks or other sporting attractions. It was just average and vanilla. Nothing special or anything that would cause me to recommend this hotel to others. There are a lot of other hotels in the area that attend to the details - and when you're paying this kind of money - it's all about the details. How about a chocolate from Fran's on the pillow? Cmon guy's, partner with your other unique businesses in the area.

    How bout something to say thank you for visiting, we value your business and please come again? Isn't this the hospitality business?

    18/11/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    78. Heather K.
    Very please with our stay! The hotel staff were friendly and helpful. After a small issue with the billing, my money was refunded easily after talking to a lovely woman who was very friendly and helpful.

    03/11/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    79. Charles B.
    Fantastic location and convenience.  The only thing that rivals this beautiful hotel and it's location is the service.  I can't say enough about the staff and management, they certainly went above and beyond to make our stay memorable.
    All future trips to Seattle will include the Silver Cloud.

    22/07/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    80. Bridget B.
    This place has the tiniest pillows i've ever slept on..i mean not slept on because i was so uncomfortable i wanted to claw my eyes out. the other problem i had with this place is that since it's next to two stadiums, you essentially get locked in once there is any sort of game happening. our room also had a stellar view of a loading dock. i mean it was kind of cool seeing a ton of storage crates.

    our room was super $$$$ and i saw rooms at the edgewater that cost the same that were 1000x better.

    09/09/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    81. Misty N.
    When we first arrived, the valet staff told us that they would park our car since we were staying in the hotel, giving the impression that it doesn't cost. After checkout we found that you are automatically charged to your credit card.

    Rooms were roomy and clean and the staff was friendly and let us know all of the amenities and where everything was.

    Also, upon checkout, they nail you with a "Tourist tax" onto your credit card as well. When we commented on it, and mentioned that we live in WA, the guy behind the counter replied, "Yep! That's Seattle for you."
    A little weird....

    23/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    82. Susan W.
    Stayed here last month for a football weekend downtown.  Went to the Husky game on Saturday & the Seahawk game on Sunday.  Had stayed here twice before & knew it was a wonderful hotel.

    Booked a suite with fold out couch in the living room.  Room was huge!  Bathroom was in the hallway between the living area & the bedroom.  Very convenient since we shared the room one night with my brother & his girlfriend.  Sleeping areas are far enough apart that you don't have to hear any snoring coming from the other area.

    We were lucky to receive early check in so we could dump off all our stuff & get ready to go to the game.  $20 a night parking is an exceptionally good deal on game days when some parking lots in the area charge the same or more.  

    Did not take advantage of the free shuttle service in the downtown area & instead walked down to Ivars on the waterfront both nights for awesome happy hour dinner.  

    Trains can be loud if you are on the West side of the hotel.  Roof top pool is a little small but perfectly refreshing.  Hot tub was THE party spot on Saturday night.  

    Aveda products in the bathroom but generic coffee for the coffee maker.  Powdered cream instead of liquid.  :(  Small but adequate mini fridge in room.

    12/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    83. Nicole M.
    Not bad for getting a good price on Priceline.com . I still think that it's not really in the downtown area but two thumbs up for complimentary shuttle to Pike Place, etc.. Right next to Centurylink and Safeco. Beds are comfy and rooms are spacious. Also comes with free wifi, microwave and fridge!!

    06/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    84. Terry W.
    Are first stay but will be back. The rooms are quite and can made dark for sleeping in. On are 3 night the maid who did are room was poor. Parts not cleaned as they should be. But all other nights the room was well done. The staff from check in to the bar and the restaurant where some of the best in the city. The wife love the shuttle to shopping I loved the ball games next door.
    Will go back when in town for ball games.

    26/06/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    85. Gabriella J.
    Lobby looks very nice, staff is very professional and friendly. We ended up in a room that had a dated looking comforter, it was an older frayed at the bottom yellow/goldish colored and I noticed that the furniture was a bit beat up but my husband was so excited to be by the stadium that he had me concentrate on the location and because we really enjoyed the 1st floor restaurant, Jimmy's on First it made up for it. Parking is a little less than $30 a night.

    19/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    86. Nicole K.
    Honestly, I would never stay anywhere else in Seattle. The Silver Cloud next to the stadium is comfortable, clean, & quiet. The customer service is the absolute best. I have always been greeted by a friendly face and the staff goes above and beyond to make sure my needs are met. The beds are extremely comfy, which is important to me. The rooftop pool and the resteraunt downstairs are great perks. I recently had the opportunity to speak with the General Manager - what a quality, geniunely nice person! He answered my questions and was helpful, professional and knowledgable. Nice job, Silver Cloud - great employees, quality service. Thank you!

    08/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    87. Una B.
    This hotel is an AWESOME bet if you are attending a game across the street. During an off week, it was ok - nothing too special. One note, our tub seemed super deep, so if you have trouble stepping up and over a tub wall, this may be a concern.

    I purchased a night here on a third party site, and while listed in the "downtown" section, I don't think that was accurate. It worked out for us, and we took a couple of strolls from the International district. But to get to the touristy areas, it would require a car or bus. As mentioned, the hotel does have a shuttle, and requires appointments made at the desk.

    The valet guys were nice enough and the front desk girl cheery. Oddly though, any question I asked her she just sorta repeated my own words back to me. Maybe I missed my calling in the hotel service industry.

    26/11/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    88. Michelle G.
    Not amused. Previous guests garbage on the floor of our room. Towels were gross. Every time someone flushed the toilet either above below or next to us, our toilet water ran. Our car sat in the lobby of the valet garage with its doors open where we left it for almost an hour and a half..... Steps away from the crowded sidewalk of 1st. The restaurant downstairs was unbelievably expensive and insanely packed, the food wasn't very good even after we waited two hours and paid $60 for it. Overall this place is extremely overpriced for what it is, it's dirty, and I don't see how people like this place so much. Next time we watch a Mariners game I'll pay for a taxi from downtown before I'll pay $300 for a night in this junkyard again.

    19/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    89. Joanna M.
    Since our bus left from the station at 8am, I figured it best to stay close by. I'd stayed at the Silver Cloud Broadway 5 years ago and it was great, so I was stoked that there was a Silver Cloud with a 10 minute walk to the train station.

    Check in was a breeze and we were upgraded to the king jacuzzi room for free (we were on our honeymoon)! The room was fabulous and clean! I'd never seen such a big in-room jacuzzi before. The view on the other hand was less desirable. We opened the curtains to port cranes, construction and highway overpasses. The bed was comfy, but the pillows were super soft and small. Neither one of us could really get comfortable when we were trying to get to sleep.

    We checked out the roof-top pool and hot tub. It was stocked with extra towels which was great. The jets in the hot tub were really weak and barley worked. And yet again, a view of the highway overpasses. They had romantic jazz music playing, but it was being drowned out by the noise from the highway.

    We ate at Jimmy's for dinner. The food was awesome, but rather pricey. We also had breakfast there. My husband ordered the quinoa oatmeal and he hated it. Too much milk and not really cooked enough. We were in a rush to catch our bus, so had no time to complain to staff.

    Overall, good hotel. The staff were all super friendly. Great customer service. Clean, large rooms.

    27/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    90. Liz L.
    Room was marginally clean (late).  Maintenance handed me a plunger for the toilet?  The pillows were offensively of low quality and old.  When I called about pillows the front desk employee said... "I work two jobs so I don't sleep much".  Very over priced for the quality.
    Jimmy's on First (Hotel Restaurant) had marginal food with excellent service.

    The shuttle was timely and helpful.

    Lower your expectations if you want to be close to the Football Stadium.

    02/09/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    91. James M.
    Stayed here during renovation...and I hope that along with the new carpet, getting rid of horrible night staff too...

    Review based solely on service, and not on hotel ementies, etc...although service is definitely a make or break, so if you are like me and travel for work a lot, don't stay here!!!!

    Night staff sucks...set your alarm because you won't be able to make a wake up call because Alice (guessing paid to be at desk)  won't be able to answer when you press 0. She's too busy not working while lounging on the hotel's comfy couch next to the nice fireplace that is furthest from the front desk, but best place to get cell service...don't interrupt her while she's texting because it will piss her off!

    Definitely stay here on vacay since wifi, and hotel service after 10pm won't matter...

    28/03/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    92. Stephen G.
    Horrible pool experience. Stayed here while visiting sister. Cold hot tub.   When we complain, maintenance put a sign up. Just turn it on. Then the kids show up. I've been here several times and it's the same two people with lots of kids. Avoid this hotel.

    31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    93. Brian C.
    Pretty nice hotel but it's about 300$+ per night however it's a block away from the Seattle stadium so I expect it to be expensive. It's pretty modern and has a small but nice workout facility

    12/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    94. C. Brandon C.
    This is in a good location, first because it is very easy to get to. The views are fun because there is a lot to see (e.g., stadiums). The concierge was cute, and that never hurts. They upgraded me to a suite. Nice rooftop pool. Unlike other pricier (non-budget) hotels, this one does NOT charge for Internet.

    I'll be back for sure!

    06/06/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    95. Seth J.
    I stayed here for a Seahawks game and had a great time.  They had nice rooms, beds and night stands.  I fell asleep.  I like showers.  They had warm water and the people are nice!  Restaurant downstairs is great too

    24/09/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    96. Roger L.
    Booking: This is a "Hotwire Hotel"! Hotwire ranks it as a "4-star, downtown Seattle hotel"  -but the hotel ranks as a 3-star, and the location is not downtown. Their loss may be your gain if you want to see a game.

    Room: To its credit, the hotel is actually very clean.  The whole outfit, despite looking mid-90's 3-star, is actually subtely quite modern and definitely very clean. They did think of an interesting "extra" to distinguish itself from a typical mid-90's deco 3-star - they installed humungous, deep baths in the bathtub-shower combo. You might possibly trip when you step out of the shower to a drop that's much deeper than normal. Yet, the upgrade is extremely useful b/c the hot water did not run-out as I neared the top.  

    Windows opened in our unit!  No rating really fits it.  3-star in décor; 4-star in cleanliness and 3-star in service.

    Bed:  The bed was OK. Despite checking in as a couple clearly in love, we were given a room with two queen beds instead of one king.  This was good, actually, because of another reason.  As an "industry insider" I do things differently than a typical hotel guest.  The first thing I do in any hotel room (except mine, of course, b/c I know proper sanitation proc's were followed in my units) is pull off the comforter(s) and relocate it to the hallway for the cleaning crew to pick-up. I only sleep on the sheets and lower layers (ie thicker blankets) if they have the distinct odor of proper sanitation.  The comforter is out - I do not trust that those are properly sanitized by most outfits (among other items).  

    Bath:  The bath was amazing because it was large and hot water did not run out! Furthermore, there is a "cubby hole" behind the tub carved beautifully out of nice tiles with a very-appropriately positioned ceiling fan above that works on command.  

    Room service from Jimmy's was greasy but as good as any other restaurant in Seattle! The gym was good with a commercial water cooler where I filled up my date's water bottle and mine with great tasting water - then later used that water to brew delicious coffee in the room - we will get into this more below.

    So why did SCS lose a star? The coffee.  Yup, in Seattle, a perfectly good hotel lost a whole star over a pot of coffee.  What did you expect? Good coffee? NO. In fact, the coffee that we were served was so bad that it tasted like stale costco coffee.  I know, you expected that it might be the coffee.  The unit offers in-room coffee.  We all know about this.  You use water from somewhere to brew coffee in the unit with the provided mini coffee maker.  You have done this.  So, you might expect that if the food was good the in-building  restaurant the night before, then the coffee from the restaurant might be good too, right? Actually worse!  Hello Hotel - how is this -possible???

    28/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    97. Curtis H.
    average with a capital A...  definately not a 4  star hotel, but good if you don't need any frills, and are going to a game...  HORRIBLE if you are planning on spending your time downtown...  I booked through hotwire, and this hotel was considered downtown.  Ummm, not so much.  They did however offer a courtesy shuttle, but it only operated every half hour, and you had to make "reservations" to use it.  It stops running at 11pm, so be prepared to pay for cabs.

    Front desk staff were friendly, and maids did a great job with cleaning, but all in all, I would just prefer to stay somewhere else that has more to offer me.  I feel a bit misled.

    22/02/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    98. Nick D.
    First ever stay at this hotel.

    Few negatives
    Located next to the ball stadium so get ready for major hassles getting from and to on game days.
    Hotel staff are very boring with hardly any personality.   It's a hospitality industry people.   Pretend you like the job and you care for your guests, not just the ones you think have big wallets.
    Shuttle service is assured but good luck getting there on time, Yep, they have their own agenda. .. unrelated to the guests.

    Nice rooms
    Good restaurant

    Ill pass on staying here next time around

    25/06/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    99. Annie N.
    One word: shuttle. Their complimentary shuttle service was really easy to use and fit my schedule fine. Even if you don't love being across from Safeco or Pyramid Brewing or having easy access to the ferry and international district,you can take the shuttle to the train, to Pike Place market, the Space Needle, and more.

    I got this hotel off priceline last minute because my flight was cancelled. Truly enjoyed it - very clean, large rooms equipped with coffee, fridge, and microwave; friendly staff; nice rooftop pool area. I imagine I will use it again if I am downtown for a conference. There was no game the night I stayed, which might have made it more frantic, but all in all, if you can get a good price, go for it.

    03/03/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    100. Lori K.
    I am giving the Silver Cloud Hotel - Seattle Stadium a five star rating simply because they "took care of us". I had some issues with Expedia over this hotel, but the staff at the Silver Cloud Hotel were always courteous and helpful. I would like to recommend this hotel to anyone who loves the Seattle Mariners, or the Seattle Seahawks, as this place is in the perfect location to visit either Safeco Field, Century Field, as well as the WaMu Theater.

    03/01/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    101. Megan B.
    Everyone was so very helpful and wonderful while we were there. From holding the door open to the shuttles and trying to make our stay as pleasant as possible. You do not see that kind of customer service these days. I would stay here again.

    07/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    102. Michael Y.
    This is a very nice hotel with great amenities including the rooftop spa and pool.  The rooms are spacious and very well kept.  The location is also prime for any events at Safeco, CenturyLink, or Wamu theater.

    On the down side, the elevators are really slow and small.  It requires key card access in order to get to ur room floor, but you have to swipe on a few times.  What also makes the elevators busy are the staff using the elevators and getting off on every floor. The front desk staff also need some help in terms of customer service as apparently they messed up a few minor things too.  

    In short, hotel good.  Customer facing staff, bad!

    19/08/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    103. M A.
    Sara Y has summed it up best. Baffled at the 4 star rating. Stay was pleasant enough, but will likely not return. Location is great for sports fans, if that's your thing. Staff and concierges were amazing - the only reason I'd return. Beds and linens were subpar in comfort, but hotel was very clean.  No other amenities to speak of to warrant a 4 star - except that gigantic television in a rather small room.

    31/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    104. Nani H.
    My boyfriend and I stayed here at the end of March to celebrate my birthday. Upon checking in we were told that we had been given a complimentary upgrade from a standard king bed room, to a suite. The suite was really nice, and it provided a view of both CenturyLink Field and Safeco field, so if you're  as big of a sports fan as I am, you'll love that! There was a fountain outside of our room that was kind of loud when we would keep the window open, but it wasn't that big of a deal. I was really looking forward to checking out the different bars in the area but I soon found out that a lot of the good bars aren't open every day, and some aren't open at all if it's not a game day. However, the happy hour at Jimmy's was good enough that I wasn't too let down. Jimmy's is on the expensive side, but when isn't room service expensive? My boyfriend and I both recommend the "Jimmy's Fries" with tartar sauce.
    The room and the bathroom were both roomy and nice, everything seemed new enough. I would say that they could provide a few more towels, but again, it's not something that was a deal breaker for this hotel.
    The staff was very friendly and helpful, and room service was always fast. And as for the roof top pool, we were unable to enjoy it because we seemed to keep going at the wrong times, but the view was nice.
    Overall, I'd go back and have even considered going back to stay during this upcoming Seahawks season, just be aware of the time of year in which you're going, because some of the bars might not be open.

    06/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    105. Laura T.
    We just celebrated our wedding here.  Every single person we encountered was phenomenal.  You don't find service like this anymore.  Christina at night audit was wonderful.  Also Rudd!  We were a semi high maintenance group but they catered to our every need.  Even when they had to kick us out for being loud!  They were so nice.  Also we ordered a lot of room service & they were always super fast!  I would highly recommend them for any wedding room blocks.

    08/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    106. Natasha B.
    Beautiful views! We stopped in spur the moment and Tony went above and beyond, top notch!

    07/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    107. Erica W.
    Stayed at the Silver Cloud from March 7-10.  Very comfortable accommodations.  Upon entering the hotel, we were greeted by Tony in guest services.  He was exceptional.  My sister told him it was her birthday weekend.  He serenaded her with the "Happy Birthday" song.  About an hour after we checked into our rooms, Tony brought us a complimentary bottle of red wine and wine glasses to welcome us.  Tony also provided us with a list of reasonable Italian restaurants for dinner.  
    The beds were very comfy.  I don't think the sheets were 100% cotton because I found myself sweating under the sheets at night.  We were given a wheelchair accessible room so the bathroom was great with tons of counter space.  The mini refrigerators and microwaves were great for storing leftovers from restaurants and reheating.  
    I visited the fitness center for a workout.  Very small but all of the equipment was new with televisions.  
    The rooftop pool and spa was great.  Great place to kick back with a cocktail while looking at the nearby stadiums and the water.
    The valet was OK.  They would speed off in your car and park it in odd ways.  When you would ask them to correct the odd parking for you to get in and drive away, they always had a smart a** remark.  No bueño.
    Even though we weren't there for a game, this hotel is the most ideal place to stay of you were coming for a game.  Extremely close to the stadiums.

    Bottom line: comfortable accommodations, close to stadium and downtown Seattle, wonderful guest services (ask for Tony! )

    13/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    108. Valerie W.
    I was actually surprised by this hotel. I'm not sure what my expectations were, but it was a great stay!
    Located right next to WaMu, Showbox Sodo, and of course the Stadium, it's a great hotel in a great location. My room on the 8th floor was perfect with a view of their courtyard area. Large room, comfortable beds, plenty of space, nice bar counter area w/sink, TV, desk, chair, the works.
    + Nice Aveda products in bathroom
    + Seattle's best coffee in room
    + Friendly front desk staff
    + Nice lobby area
    + Rooftop pool area! Too bad it was cold and windy though
    + Noon check out

    Could consistently hear people in hallway talking.
    Elevator where you had to slip in your door key to go up/down floors kept being iffy

    Overall great hotel, great stay, I would recommend and certainly stay here again. Within walking to several restaurants and downtown areas. It does however get very expensive if an event is going on.

    18/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    109. Leigh W.
    I really enjoyed this hotel - I was here recently on business, so I didn't pay for the room myself, but the corporate rate on my bill was extremely reasonable.

    I arrived very late on a Wednesday night - checkin was quick and painless - I had an end room (844) which meant windows over both the baseball and football stadiums.  The room was long and narrow with a living room, galley kitchen and bathroom in a hallway, large closet (with robes!) and the bedroom at the other end.  The curtains did a great job blocking out light, and I did not hear any hallway noise while I was trying to sleep.

    The shuttle is a huge plus - drove me to meetings in SODO and back in the morning and then after my meetings were over, they stowed my luggage and dropped me off in front of the Nordstrom mothership. The driver gave me a card and I called later in the evening for a pickup back to the hotel, where they arranged a towncar for me to take to the airport..

    I would absolutey stay here again if visiting the Seattle area.

    28/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    110. Romance V.
    Fuck this place. Over ran with naked fat ravers and refuse to let the regular guests use the staircase to get to our room, they are forcing us to stand in the 200 people line at the elevator and claim the hotel has "no stairs"    

    Staff is rude and threatening, treating us like hooligan drug addicts. The ravers were nice enough to let us on the elevator ahead of them when the hotel staff refused, and told us to "get to the back" of the line.

    Not to mention it too literally 25 minutes to retrieve my car from valet at 5am with no one else in line. Then brought the wrong car and got mad at me when I informed him of such.

    Also the employees at the counter refused to hand over managers names to file a complaint with

    Fuck silvercloud, never again will I stay here.

    26/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    111. Jo E.

    I stayed at this hotel a month or so ago. The master key was stolen from A "SECURE" area.  The hotel negligently did not deactivate it. Some how...hummmm....The perpetrator knew EXACTLY when we left our room and EXACTLY when we took our car out of valet and EXACTLY when we left the hotel and broke into our room and stole EVERYTHING!!!!!! Funny thing is this perpetrator broke into our room ONLY.....when they had the MASTER KEY for the entire hotel. Hummmm coincidence? I think not!!!! Talk about hitting the "lotto". Even better. ....the hotel is doing noting about it, they don't have a care in the world for us or our stolen belongings. Am I the only person who sees this as unethical? Furthermore,  is this good for a business' reputation? If I could rate zero stars I WOULD!!

    26/04/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    112. Kevin C.
    Great hotel! nice rooftop pool and spa, room was spotless with comfy bed and pillows.
    Stephanie at the front desk was so friendly and accommodating, a welcome smile after a tough travel day! Also, try Jimmy's off the lobby. Good food, nice beer selection - our server Scott was also very friendly and welcoming. We'll be back for sure. (Very convenient shuttle service as well)

    18/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    113. Joshua C.
    I wouldn't recommend staying here if you aren't here for a ball game. The hotel itself is not the newest and cleanest and is very, very noisy no matter what side of the hotel you are on. They offer some amenities that made our stay okay, but the noise that passes through the windows can be very bothersome.

    My family was greeted by a very clean and modern lobby with very nice and welcoming staff. The staff was very fast with getting our hotel keys ready and we were able to get to our room very quickly after arriving.

    The room itself was very big, but the furniture seemed pretty old. There was quite a lot of dust beside and behind the bed and nightstand, which was not something that was pleasant. Besides that, the beds were nice and comfortable. Although the room was pretty nice, it is very difficult to sleep soundly during the night.

    A lot of noise passes through the windows even when they are fully closed and locked. Starting from about 6 am, cars are honking and there is a lot of traffic outside. When we stayed there was construction going on outside that made it even louder. We requested a room change and the hotel staff was very quick about getting us a new room.

    We were expecting a good night of rest, but on the other side of the hotel, there is a loud fountain that is on 24/7. The fountain was even louder for most of the night and still made it difficult to sleep well.

    There is a small gym and small pool that can make your stay more comfortable if you choose to use them.

    Unless you don't mind noises when you sleep at night and aren't here for a game, I would not stay here.

    03/01/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    114. Keith B.
    I have been to literally hundreds of hotels around the globe and never have I encountered worst staff from top to bottom, than the Silver Cloud.

    Firstly, they are rude at check-in for no apparent reason. Way to greet a new customer.

    Then, due to a mob of people coming back at once from some EDM event, the elevator was full and we were denied access to the stairs. The staff in "Jimmy's" , when asked politely if they knew where the stairs were, simply stated "we don't have stairs we're a restaurant, not our problem, get out of here". The front-desk denied existence of a stair case. The security guy in front of the elevator told us tough luck, the stairs only work one way (to come down, not go up).

    When explaining I simply had to go to my room and grab my luggage, to check out and make it to the airport, the same guy stated "not my problem, get to the back of the line". Luckily, the same people they were discriminating against, were nice enough to let us in front of their entire group into the next elevator.

    Checking out received more bad attitude, as did calling the front desk to ask if they had a mini-store or knew where one nearby was.

    Finally, the icing on the cake: with no one in line, at 5am, the valet driver (who also was full of attitude) took over 20 minutes to go get the WRONG car. Then he took off angrily to find the right one...which he brought back and stormed away from, pissed off he apparently had to actually do his job right.

    Once in awhile, a staff member has an off night. The fact the entire hotel from top to bottom were assholes who hate their job, power trip and are the least friendly in the business, to me implies there is a sincere lack of management going on.

    Take your business elsewhere.

    26/10/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    115. Jose L.
    I stayed at this hotel on March 14th.  The hotel neglected to deactivate a key that was reported "stolen", however, that same key was used to break into our room during our stay. BTW, no other room was even attempted to be accessed so it makes me wonder if this was an inside job. The hotel's general manager's actions upon realizing their negligence is the definition of EXTREMELY POOR CUSTOMER SERVICE. My fiancée & I had a large amount of personal items stolen to include all our electronics.  The hotel refused to admit their negligence and directed us to file a claim under our homeowners insurance.  

    I argued that I should not be paying a higher insurance premium for their negligence. The manager's response was that they would contact their insurance agency.  At most, they are willing to offer me a $300 settlement.  

    How is this good business practice?  Moreover, how is this ethical?  As a so called "prominent" hotel in Seattle, a higher level of customer service should be provided. Is it that difficult to right a wrong?  A business's reputation or ethics should never be jeopardized PERIOD!!!

    25/04/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    116. Kerri M.
    This was a very nice hotel. The room we had was very nice, spacious. The bed was super comfortable. The bathroom was very nice, as well.

    It was right across from the baseball stadium which was neat to look at from the window.

    The shuttle service = A+.

    The restaurant downstairs was nice for breakfast, but quite pricey. You can go across the street and get a bagel for cheap, if you want.

    I would stay here again if I ever return to Seattle.

    16/07/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    117. James N.
    Super impressed so far. The staff has been more than helpful, and I have nothing negative to say at all. They made sure the flowers I got for my wife made it to our room before we arrived, which was the coup de grace of my last minute anniversary plans. Nice view of the actual field @ century link too. Would recommend for anyone looking for a nice getaway.

    06/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    118. Magdalena K.
    We stayed in the hotel in March and had a great time.  We hung around the pool and jacuzzi area which had a very nice and beautiful view.  The room was great; we were upgraded to a suite and it was big with an ok view.  The bed was comfortable and the bathroom was clean and modern.  The location was great if you wanted to go to a game, or a 30 min. walk to get to pike market and other attractions.

    07/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    119. Lrwis W.
    Nice place to stay for families or business. However, this place is very closed by the field so people might heard the sound sometimes. The restaurant in the hotel was great too, had a dinner in there and I am happy for the dinner.

    28/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    120. Michael B.
    So, 80% of the year, this is one of the best hotel locations in Seattle; directly across from Safeco Field and a two minute walk from Centurylink. We got a room here for a short vacation. The initial impression, from the valet parking to the lobby was slightly upscale. But, upon entering the room, we didn't see much to separate them from a national hotel chain. The hotel TV was a nice size, and the amenities were modern. Looking outside our window, I could see a terrace with a fountain, but no access outside.

    Our stay was mostly uneventful, with the exception of the gym. Without a doubt, this was the most laughable gym I've encountered in a hotel stay. Take a normal hotel room, remove everything, and put a few exercise bikes in. However, the rooftop pool and hot tub were highlights of our visit. A couple of more stories and you could spend nights up there watching the Mariners.

    Overall, the hotel is a bit pricier than average in Seattle, since you're paying for the location, but with par for the course amenities.

    PROTIP: If you're looking to stay here for a bit and you're military, they don't offer a military discount, but they do offer a government rate. Ask for that.

    31/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    121. Ray V.
    So on our visit we decided to stay at the SCH by the stadium.  We've stayed downtown, and over by the space needle so being by the stadium was new.  it had the advantage of being very close to "chinatown" which we always enjoy.  The free shuttle was very nice, dropping you off at 5 different locations and picking you up after a phone call when you're ready.  Certainly beats driving and trying to park!  The staff was all friendly and helpful not a bad bunch among them.  The room was clean and the bed comfortable.  I would've loved a freezer compartment in the mini fridge, but thats me.  The gym was ok, and the rooftop pool nice.  We didn't eat in the restaurant or get room service but the menu definitely looked tempting.  We would definitely consider staying here again.

    18/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    122. Craig H.
    The people here were extremely friendly and accommodating. The bed was comfortable and the amenities were nice. Great location if you're going to a baseball or football game. My only complaint is the first night I was here the TV was glitchy. I spoke to someone at the desk and they had someone check it out while I was away and was fine the rest of the trip. Being able to watch TV isn't a huge issue, but a slight inconvenience. Overall, I would stay here again and highly recommend it based on location and excellent service.

    21/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    123. Jessica B.
    Here's the deal: this is the second time we have stayed here. The first time was in 2008, we didn't have kids and we were visiting the city. This time around we have two kids and I'm pregnant. We wanted to stay downtown to be close to food/fun while we stayed overnight before flying out of the city...and also because we love this place.
    Unfortunately when we made reservations, we weren't told there would be a rave going on next door with 8,000 people attending and half of those attendees are staying here at the hotel. We have had half naked people roaming the halls with bottles of booze, yelling and carrying on. I feel so old complaining but honestly, these kids have been so disrespectful. Not to mention our room, is right across from the convention center and it's loud. We can't switch rooms because everything is taken.
    Had we known this was going on, we would not have wasted our time. A heads up would have been greatly appreciated.
    The front desk was incredibly kind and said that if we had issues to call them immediately if we needed to complain, but obviously we can't switch rooms so there's not much to do. No sleep for me tonight.

    13/03/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    124. Sara Y.
    This was rated as a 4-star hotel and my husband and I are racking our brain trying to figure out why. It IS an amazing location if you're headed to the stadiums, but other than that, this hotel was very disappointing.

    Crappy beds with cheap linens that kept popping off the corners in the middle of the night. Thin, small bath towels (only 2 per room) and it was extremely LOUD...both the hallways and street/train noise.

    They had enormous TVs in the room, so if you're into that, I suppose that's a plus. The staff were friendly enough. We will not be going back.

    30/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    125. Lucky B.
    After staying at many Seattle hotels , this one did not disappoint. However, there were still some factors that did upset me. Upon arrival, there were three front desk agents. One agent was busy helping a customer; while another was hitting on the same customer being helped. The third agent said he couldn't check us in. All other employees I interacted with throughout my trip were very kind and professional. Almost every time I saw that front desk agent, he was hitting on another girl hard.

    Note: I booked my hotel at a slow time (no games going on). I'd imagine if I were in a room facing the fountain and not on the 7th floor, I would have not been able to sleep. That fountain runs at the same power 24/7.

    - Location is super close to Chinatown
    - Shuttle available to various parts of Seattle.
    - Greeted every time entering or leaving the hotel.
    - Best security I've seen (locked doors after a certain time, call to enter)
    - Pool and hot tub were very nice.
    - Room had USB ports and many many wall sockets.
    - Extendable Ethernet cord
    - Largest TV I've seen in a hotel.
    - Empty fridge to store a good amount of water.

    - Lack of views available.
    - Potential noise from fountain.
    - Horny front desk agent.
    - Loudest bathroom fan.

    07/05/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0