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The Baroness Hotel in Seattle, WA

The Baroness Hotel in Seattle, WA

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Company Info:

Rating: 3.10

Address: 1005 Spring St, Seattle, WA, 98104

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    Comments (10):

    1. Linda L.
    This place is a wreck - literally.  They do not tell you the street is blocked between it and the Inn @ Virginia Mason by heavy, heavy, noisy construction equipment.  Or that the echoing sirens of ambulance bay for the Hospital is less than 100 feet from the lobby - or that the carpet is old industrial - or that the elevator (circa 1930's) is scary... Since it is across the narrow and blocked street it is hard to imagine that the Inn is much better.  The construction workers smoke on the sidewalk between the ambulance bay and the lobby which I pointed out to the management was not quite fair to any of us but they did not care. There are stickers on the windows telling you not to open them because of the construction and the rooms smell of asphalt and diesel fumes.  Yuck.  Lasted less than a day and went to Silver Cloud.  I would never be a patient at Virginia Mason because this is run by them and that is just unforgivable.

    03/08/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Andee D.
    My Grandma and Grandpa usually stay here when my grandpa has to go to the hospital. If you are a patient you get a lower rate. But the rates are still low if you are not a patient. We are paying $104 a night for a queen. Which I think for the location is a great price.

    04/02/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Rachel S.
    There are a number of advantages, for the old sick guy waiting around for the folk at Virginia Mason to do something, to staying at the Baroness.

    You can make your guests tea and serve it to them in a mug with swollen purple grapes sprawled over a black and white checkered background, and savor the sight of them recoiling in aesthetic revulsion.

    You can vacate the one comfy chair for just long enough that a guest decides to sit in it, and then exercise your old sick guy privileges and boot them out again.

    You can decide it's time for a nap and boot everyone out of the room altogether, forcing them down the hill to examine the architectural peculiarities of the central library, or sideways to the fairly deservedly free art at the Frye.

    If your visitors are car folk who don't like climbing hills, you can make them agonize over parking.

    It is all most satisfying.

    16/03/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    4. Vicki K.
    Take two parts "history buff", one part "loves funky hotels" and three parts "50-something gals in the city for a night on the town" and you've got the perfect hotel: The Baroness. We loved everything; from the insanely friendly hotel clerk to the vintage elevator to our spacious King Suite on the 6th floor. (Bonus: longer rides in that fabulous elevator!)  Oh sure, you could shell out big bucks down the street at the Sorrento for all this vintage charm, but what fun would that be?

    16/11/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    5. Dennis J.
    It's close to the hospital, has free WiFi and has moderate rates for the area. Those are the good points.

    I couldn't get a good night's sleep here though. The walls are paper thin so you hear everything (ambulances, car alarms, people shouting at each other, showers in other rooms going ...). The beds and pillows are lumpy and uncomfortable.

    I know Seattle is a green city - which is awesome - but using recycled sandpaper for toilet paper is probably not a great idea.

    If being close to the hospital is your biggest priority, and I can certainly understand that it could be for many folks you can tack on an extra star. But for everybody else ... pay a little more for a more comfortable trip.

    24/01/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    6. Miaunow R.
    I didn't actually book this hotel.  I was sent here from Executive Hotel down the street after I paid $200 for a pretty nice room there.  I went to check in at the other hotel and they "screwed up" and overbooked.  When they told me that they were sending me here I looked it up right away and knew it was bad.

    Here's the thing if I knew this is what I was paying for that would of been fine but to get this as "comparable?"  Are the effin kidding me!?

    It's old but clean.  I never actually slept in the bed and don't think I wanted to.  The kitchenettes are old and there are foil in the burners. For last minute and no other options this may be okay.  Not for me when I actually paid $200 at another hotel.  Fighting with Executive now about it.

    01/08/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    7. John S.
    MAKE SURE U CHECK THE PICTURES! No a/c in rooms and the bed is pretty much plywood with a sheet, so I couldn't sleep all night. It's worth paying extra for a hotel you can get some sleep in since generally speaking that's why ppl get rooms to begin with. When I asked for a portable a/c the staff member was incredibly rude and condescending towards me. He said to me, "You shouldn't have picked the cheapest hotel in Seattle if the heat bugs you." This place has no business calling what they do Hospitality. We already paid for another night but will not be staying for it. This place should not be in business.

    16/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
    8. Jim S.
    This old Girl is from the 1920's and she is showing her age. But for those that know what to look for it is very cool, the architecture is beautiful, and the rooms are pretty large. There is no AC but there are fans in each room and with the windows open it is nice. The bathroom is a bit small, but it is from the twenties and even has a separate makeup room for the ladies.

    I dig the very cool old skool vibe

    03/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Brandon H.
    After a six night stay on our first trip to Seattle, we were very happy with all this hotel provided. For a reasonable rate (not crazy downtown expensive, not untrustworthy cheap) The Baroness is a straight shot to Madison, Pike Street, and Pine Street, all of which offer a wide variety of things to do and places to eat.
    Our room, two queen beds, was pretty simple, with kitchen, dining, and sleeping area all in the same place. But it has just about everything you could need if you're not planning on spending your time in your room.
    The only two downsides would maybe be the lack of A/C, which for Seattle in August, the fan in the window did more than enough to keep us happy, and the slow-ish elevator, which is really just nitpicking.
    Quiet and safe area, kind and attentive staff, and fair prices. I would gladly stay here again.

    06/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    10. Michael M.
    I was here for three days to attend Specialty Coffee Association of America annual meeting at the Convention Center.  The Baroness Hotel is a five minute walk from the Convention Center (2 blocks down Spring St then left for 2 blocks).  There is a kitchen, separate bedroom, iron and ironing board, walk in closet for clothes, small bath room but a good shower and tub.  Kitchen has big fridge and the cupboard is stocked with bowls, plates, flatware, pots, etc.  Micro for those that prefer that to the electric stove.  The hotel is rustic -- 1931 style.  I liked it.  Clean, relatively quiet and very convenient.  There is deli/grocery store 2 blocks down Spring Street.  All in all, this is a good place. See photos at drive.google.com/folderv… .

    13/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0