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Rating: 3.44

Address: 401 Lenora St, Seattle, WA, 98121
  • Mon: 8:30 am - 7:00 pm
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Comments (170):

1. Notblueatall N.
Great hotel for the price! Good location, too. You're right downtown and there's a grocery store and movie theatre across the street! Staf was semi-cold, but helpful when you asked a question. Rooms were clean and comfortable. Tiny balconies, but cool that we got the king room w/view of the Space Needle! I emailed the hotel directly and outright asked why I should book with them instead of a travel site and got a better deal because of it! (I think they have AAA discount, too). We got there x-mas day, so everything was closed, but the room service was nice and cheaper than I had expected! Great club sandwich and awesome fries!!! Gym was kind of tired and unexciting. Pool was over chlorinated (just walk in and wham!). Didn't use those amenities, but checked 'em out. Didn't use the bar, but the fireplace in the lobby was nice since it snowed on x-mas and we trecked all over town and were freezing!!!

17/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
2. Scottie H.
I'd go back the this place in a heartbeat. I'd want the same room - nice size, good view, high up, quiet - and I'd go to The Palace Kitchen again for dinner - one block away - and stop at the grocery store across the street for dessert again. Next day I'd walk to Pike's Market again - the day before we walked to the EMP and went shopping before heading back. As you can tell, the location made our visit. It doesn't hurt that the prices are good and the staff is very nice. A great hotel for a weekend get-away.

17/01/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
3. Rand M.
OK, I'll agree that the view of the Space Needle is awesome. But  basically you are paying for the location. Parking is exorbitant, and costs the same whether you valet it or not. The in-room coffee is dismal, a sin for a caffeinated city like Seattle. And they charge $11 per day for in-room wireless, per computer. Hey, laptops are not just for biz folks on expense accounts; they are a key travel accessory for handling photos, sending travel blogs, planning travel and fun, and staying in touch with family and friends. We all know it doesn't cost $22 a day to provide a room with laptop service, and in Microsoft land its availability should be as natural and free as fresh air. I found the staff friendly when provoked, but otherwise a bit haughty and dismissive. I liked the neighborhood and the location opposite Ralph's grocery (where, ahem, they offer free wireless!), but I'm not sure I'd stay here again. Absent the wireless and parking, the price is probably reasonable. But could they not upgrade the in-room coffee?

01/08/08 | Link | Rating: 2.0
4. Milaflor E.
The room was decent, very comfortable. And the view of the Space Needle was picture perfect.

11/07/06 | Link | Rating: 4.0
5. Jim B.
I stayed at the Warwick Hotel for a week and overall enjoyed my visit with them. This hotel is really centrally located and you can easily walk to many popular tourist spots. It's reasonably priced, clean and decorated tastefully. Each morning a copy of the Seattle Times is delivered at your door.  The staff is friendly and helpful. In fact, I had lost something and turned the place upside down looking for it. I mentioned it to the Front Desk and was so thankful that the Housekeeper found it for me.  Parking is expensive ($27 a day) and Internet connection was sometimes a challenge. For $50 (for 7 days) it should work properly. I would like to see the parking reduced and free Internet. I did use the computer in the complimentary Business Center. Housekeeping was not always consistent with some staff doing a better job than others. They allow you to use the Mini Bar fridge for your own personal items so I got some use out of that by buying some things at the local upscale market across the street. I would like to say I used their mini gym but my lazy ass never made it there. I did however try the spa which was lame as the jets are weak. The indoor swimming room area could use with some music being piped in. The bed was firm but comfortable and had a good selection of pillows (hard/soft) and nice linens! Overall it was a good experience and I would recommend and stay here again.

30/10/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
6. Dr. James W.
I must see in Seattle.. stop by the bar.  It is a favorite.

12/04/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
7. Felipe A.
Very nice hotel! My wife and I had a night out in the city, and decided to spend the night in a hotel so that we didn't have to worry about the drive home. The Warwick is very reasonably priced, clean, comfortable, great location... basically what you expect of a good hotel. The one thing that is exceptional about this hotel is the view. We got one of their "deluxe" rooms, with a view of the Space Needle. We could also see Lake Union from our window, with its seaplanes taking off and landing. So, if you can, ask them to place you in one of the North-facing rooms. Now, regarding some of the complaints about the smallness and outdatedness of the rooms: this is, after all, an older hotel. They seem to be in the process of remodeling it, starting with the more expensive rooms. But, that's why it's still very reasonably priced. It was less than 1/2 the cost of a hotel on the very same block! That other hotel does not have views of the Space Needle (the Warwick blocks them!), and also charges twice as much for parking. As usual: you get what you pay for. If you like fancy hotels, go elsewhere. There are plenty in Seattle, for twice (or more) the price. After all, Seattle is an expensive city, so you have to be prepared to pay good money if you want a fancy hotel. If you are like me, and dislike big, overprized hotels (and I've been to too many!), you will enjoy the Warwick . Good price, fabulous location, none of the nonsense of big hotels.

01/05/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
8. Charleen N.
I found the Warwick Hotel charming and unpretentious. The bathrooms are large with HUGE porceline tubs. The rooms facing north have an incredible, in-your-face view of the Space Needle. The staff is very professional and accommodating. I once left my phone charger behind and a housekeeper turned it in to the front desk for my pickup. I know it wasn't a diamond ring, but it was important to me, and that's what matters. Cinerama and Ralph's Grocery Deli are right across the street. Talk about shopping and entertainment convenience! Traffic is lively, so if you're a light sleeper, you might give your room location some consideration. The hotel also has a van shuttle that will drop you within a 5-mile radius for free. It has a fitness room and indoor pool, both of which I've never had time to use. Brasserie Margaux, the hotel restaurant, also offers world-class food and service.

10/08/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
9. Christin A.
A fine hotel for the price - great location, friendly service, big room with comfortable bed, amazing view of Space Needle which is only a short walk away.  Its not The Hotel 1000 - but its 1/2 the price.

29/03/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
10. Sarah S.
I scored a deal on this place on Hotwire, but I don't think I'd pay their regular prices to stay there. Even though it's nice and clean and has comfy beds, the place is really old school and smells like cigarettes and the bathrooms are tiny! I hit my head twice on the towel rack over the toilet just turning on the water in the shower. The first two nights were fine, but the last night sucked because it was prom night. I know this because some fool at the prom party in the room above us kept going out on to the balcony and screaming, "IT'S F@#$ING PROM!!!!!! WOOOOOOOO!" while his friends jumped on the beds. It stopped after we complained, and then started again at dawn...like my own personal ghetto rooster. Ugh. Anyway, the location is the best for tourists; can't beat that. It's halfway between the Space Needle and the Pike Place Market. It has a nice grocery store with a deli across the street that's open til 2 am.

06/06/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
11. Patricia F.
The pros:
+ Central location
+ Lovely views

The cons:
- COLD room.  Even after I turned the heater way up, I found myself doubling up on blankets and still feeling frosty.  The floor-to-ceiling sliding glass door make for a nice view, but in the winter they are poorly insulated.  The thermostat and heat vent are on the other side of the room, around a corner by the closet, so even when that area is toasty the bed is not.
- Pricey breakfast
- In-room coffee maker only had powdered creamer (a pet peeve)
- The neighborhood, though central, felt slightly sketchy at nigh

I probably would have liked this place better in the summer.

19/12/06 | Link | Rating: 3.0
12. Denise R.
I was originally booked for 1 night at the Warwick for a business event, but enjoyed it so much I extended my stay 2 more nights. The location is great and you can walk to shopping, Pike Place market, convention center and the monorail to the space needle. There's a great Ralphs store on the corner with good coffee and a good place to pick up breakfast or lunch. My room was very clean, spacious and liked the windows that opened. Depending on what floor you're on, it can get a little noisy with the cars and buses outside, but it didn't bother me. I ordered room service and it was delivered super fast and was high quality. For the price, I think it was a great place to use as a home base when in downtown Seattle.

26/12/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
13. Amanda K.
I stayed here last weekend when I visited seattle. It was a great experience. The staff was very freindly and helpful. The concierge charlotte, was especially helpful, and helped us plan a great day in victoria canada. She also helped my mom set up a shuttle to the airport and find out when a place was open.  They have a free shuttle service at the hotel where they will drive you downtown anywhere that you want to go.  It is a great location, and we could easily walk to pike's place market downtown and belltown. The restaurant here was also really good, and the rooms were decent.

31/05/06 | Link | Rating: 4.0
14. Goodbers G.
This place rocked.  Decent price, excellent location, great service, and ultra-comfy beds.  Dionna, the supervisor on duty, checked us in SIX hours before normal check-in.  The room was spotless, and we even had a sliding glass door that opened (do most high-rise hotels have windows that open?).  I was also pleased to find a quiet, low-flush (1.6 gpf) toilet in the bathroom (sorry, I used to be an environmental engineer).

Internet and wifi are available but cost extra (tsk, tsk!).  Only other disappointment was the pool.  Even though numerous sources touted the indoor hot tub/pool, I found it rather small and dungeon-like.

We'd definitely stay there again though.  Can't beat the convenience.

02/10/06 | Link | Rating: 4.0
15. Royah M.
Stayed here for two nights. It was very clean, very comfortable and very friendly. Onsite restaurant was tasty. Walked to the space needle and the pike place market. Staff let us check in early, no problem. Used the valet parking daily.

17/11/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
16. Britromancer O.
The Warwick was perfect for what we needed. The room was comfortable, clean and actually quite nice.  The view from the room was wonderful. The bathroom was a little outdated but this was of absolutely no concern to us. In terms of location, your in a great position with this hotel.  Pike place and other attractions are as short walk away.

My girlfriend and I moved to this hotel after checking out of another one that was a little less than satisfactory to us.

An earlier reviewer mentioned that this hotel is not the most up-to -date or luxurious hotel. While this is true, we woudl say that the hotel maintains good standards without breaking the bank.  
Overall, we're giving this hotel a thumbs up.

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09/07/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
17. Patrick E.
Great location. Close to the shopping malls and to the water front attractions.  Beware of numerous pan handlers and other degenerates in the adjacent blocks. Self- parking fees were excessive - 30.00 per day.  rooms were clean and comfortable. Staff was courteous. Maid service failed to replenish coffee.  I do recommend this establishment but only at a discount rate.

29/12/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
18. Jennifer M.
Nice hotel, wonderful front staff, friendly and helpful.  Walking distance to everything. Would definately stay again.

16/08/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
19. Rhonda R.
Great place to stay in downtown Seattle.  Good restaurant downstairs, a theatre and wonderful market across the street.

13/01/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
20. David H.
Loved the city-view from the 18th floor (looking, South, I think).
The hotel is a bit dated.
The staff is friendly, and the happy hour was okay.
They serve "Tapas" during the 4 - 7pm happy hour.
Our "Tapas" consisted of Calamari, Chicken Wings, and A Quesadilla.
Hmmm. Not really what I think of when I hear "Tapas," but whatever.

17/02/07 | Link | Rating: 3.0
21. Alton M.
Hotel is in an old building, so don't expect huge lobby, expansive restaurant, etc.  There were 3 elevators, so i don't see how in other postings it could be said they only had two.  The room was above average in quality with large flat screen, small frig, small bathroom but nice soaps, etc.   Place was clean, and the staff friendly.  Location is superb, with easy access by walking to downtown and Lake Union (I think it is that lake!).  I didn't have a car, and the $30 fee to park there is high, but no different than other downtown hotels in Seattle.  I would definitely go back, it was a great deal at $109 a night.

12/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
22. Yelper F.
I stayed here two weeks ago on a much needed away-from-reality-vacation.

Overall the experience was very good.  The hotel was clean, and the staff very friendly.

The room was nice and clean; I stayed on the 16th floor with a view of downtown.  The only bad about the room--ok, not bad, just annoying--was how small the bathroom was.

I liked the free internet service, pool, and fitness room.

The location of this hotel is great-it's walking distance to everything from Pike Place Market, all downtown shops, restaurants, the Space Needle, Ralph's grocery store, and Cinerama (where I FINALLY got to check out Superbad).

I would stay here again!!!

10/09/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
23. Ro A.
I think this is my new fave hotel in Seattle. The location is great - most of Tom Douglas restaurants within a block, with Ralph's Grocery across the street open until 2 am, and walking distance from EVERYTHING. I'm always afraid of staying in an older hotel for fear of musty smells and claustrophobically small bathrooms, but this was modernly updated and clean. And prices were pretty affordable too, all things considered. But I didn't get a huge tub like Charly did!!

They no longer offer a free shuttle around the city, but they are incredibly helpful in finding you other means of transportation.

TIP: If you're coming here from the airport, use the Downtown Airporter shuttle from Gray Line of Seattle, as they have a partnership with the Warwick. It's pretty cheap for a roundtrip ticket, and no need to call for a pick up - they come every 30 minutes by the hotel.

16/08/07 | Link | Rating: 5.0
24. MN F.
This hotel would have recieved a solid 4 stars had it not smelled so strongly of smoke in our closet, where we hung our clothes! Ick. It was a smoke-free place so that is unacceptable. It may be some idiot patrons but after we made our complaint (gently mind you) I think we should have received a discount or something other than an apologetic sigh.

20/08/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
25. Cindy J.
Awesome accommodations. Glad to see they have a self-serve laundry room, as we needed it since we were between cruises. I would definitely stay here as the staff was very helpful, gave us excellent directions, and the rooms were nice and comfortable. This was a terrific find through hotels.com and Bill Me Later.

10/12/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
26. Lily L.
This hotel is nice because of its location and views.  I was lucky enough to be on a high floor and have a view of space needle.  After reading other reviews, it was hard to control the temperature in our room too.  It was either too hot or too cold.  The thermostat didn't seem to listen to me.  Boo you thermostat.  

3 stars because I had valet problems from the get go.  First, they had me self park so my bf heads up the garage ($30/day mind you! somebody better park that shit) then they asked me to bring it back down (calls my bf to come back down) and I get passed to another guest relations person and he said that its still $30/day if I self park or valet.  Yeah, the first guy made it clear and had me bring the car down anyway after I told him it was parked.  Then 2nd guys touches his head like he has a migraine.  UGH.  Communication guys.  Communication.

I also didn't like how there were ppl standing by the door but nobody opened the door for me during my stay.  Hey, I have two hands, I can open my own door but if you're a doorman, don't stare at me! open the freaking door!

20/02/08 | Link | Rating: 3.0
27. Janine D.
Stayed here for 2 nights... great location, close to everything, clean hotel.. kind of older but still maintained.

28/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
28. Joe C.
Rude staff, homeless people begging outside lobby, horrible parking garage, construction noise wakes you every morning at daylight. I stayed at the Warwick for a week on business in Seattle. The rooms are nice and comfortable, but I wouldn't recommend staying there. A huge construction project is happening next to the hotel and I was awakened at daylight every morning by the loud noises of construction. After the first morning I asked if I could be moved to the other side of the hotel and woman behind front desk, without even looking at anything, said 'sorry we're full - not our fault and there's nothing I can do about it." Had I not pre-paid for this room I would have checked out and gone down the street to the Westin (much nicer and about the same rate). Every night when coming and going from the hotel by foot, there were homeless bums asking me for money. It got to the point where I had to say something to the front desk because one of them was really aggressive. They didn't seem to care. This hotel charges A LOT for self parking in a garage that is narrow and difficult to navigate. I will never stay at this over-priced hotel again.

22/09/12 | Link | Rating: 1.0
29. S J.
Kristin and Isaac at the front desk and concierge were courteous and super helpful.

While the hotel and its facilities are old, mini bar is little noisy, and windows non-sound proof,
the other reviewers are right that the location is super convenient - walking distance to both pike place market, space needle, and downtown Seattle shopping.  Ralph's grocery is right across the hotel for urgent items at premium price.  

Overall since we paid extra to stay at 17th floor renovated room with a nice space needle and ocean view, the experience is very good.  However it would be great if they offer more discount to make the tradeoff more worthwhile for guests ...

30/04/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
30. Celia B.
I LOVE this hotel. My boyfriend and I stayed there a year ago and our room on the 17th floor has the most wonderful view of the space needle and even had a balcony. It was the most affordable of 3 hotels that I called at the last minute.  The bed was so incredibly comfy I didn't want to leave!!

23/03/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
31. Emily A.
I was really hoping to love this place ... I managed guest service at a hotel in downtown Seattle for 5 years, and remember this being in our comp set. Unfortunately, this was probably the worst hotel expereince I've ever had. Since I work in hotels, and have for many years, I'm not a high-maintenance guest. I do expect a high level of service and friendly, helpful staff, but that's it. I don't put in crazy requests or ask to move rooms a million times, or request anything unrealistic.

That being said, from the moment I arrived, this place gave me a bad feeling. It's not in the best part of town, but I wouldn't have minded that if the service was anything above dismissive. Lucky for me, the credit card I normally use for travel was stolen (online, maybe from booking on the hotel site ... hmmmm ...), and I was left with a couple of cards to juggle until my new travel card arrived. I had pre-payed my room online, or at least that's what the confirmation told me. Apparently, Warwick.com didn't actually charge my card, but they did put a hold on it. So, I needed to present a card upon check-in while that hold was still pending. Made no sense to me, but I was embarassed by the way the front desk clerk was speaking to me and looking at me in front of other guests. He seemed to think I was some kind of street person or a teenager looking to scam a room ... There was a girl at the desk trying to help me as well, but she was clearly still learning the ropes, so he took over. The girl was extremely nice and was really trying hard to help come up with a solution.

After way too much drama, I got my keys and went up to my room. It was awful. The bed was half-made and the bathroom didn't have any towels. Add to that the size of the bathroom and I just about turned and walked right back out. The hotel is lucky I had a wedding to get to in a few hours and couldn't spend the time finding a better place to stay.

Throughout my stay, my experiences here were pretty awful. The shower barely worked (literally a thin stream of water), the hairdryer was terrible, and when I requested tape and scissors to wrap a gift, I was told "if you want to come down to get them, we can try to find something for you to use". Really? You don't have scissors or tape at the front desk? Oh, and you can't be bothered to deliver them to my room? I went for a drink in the hotel bar one evening, and the bartender was not only unattentive, but he was loudly complaining to what seemed to be another employee drinking at the bar about how late he had to work that night, and about how bad breakfast there is. Needless to say, I didn't go back to the restaurant or bar for the rest of my stay.

The best part of my stay was on Sunday (Monday was my final day in Seattle), when I was taking a little nap in the afternoon. I'd been out of my room until about 2pm, and no one had come to clean. So, I put a DND on the door and fell asleep. Around 3:30pm, housekeeping began rapping on the door and sticking their key in and out. Woken from my little siesta, I repeatedly said, "no thank you!" through the door so they would maybe notice the DND. No such luck. My phone rang. Housekeeping said, "you need to have service now" and when I said, again, "no thank you" they asked, "you want to stay dirty?". I was in shock, and felt like maybe I'd chosen the local Motel 6 or the King's Inn down the road ... Especially considering that Warwick's rates are right up there with every other top property in the city, I was not expecting what I got.

I will say that the view from my room was beautiful, but the hotel has nothing to do with that. My check-out experience was perfect - efficient, friendly and (thankfully, as I was running rather late) very quick. My rate was wrong, and the front desk girl (same girl from check in) made an adjustment immediately. Sensing that I was in a hurry, she had a car called for me almost before I could ask for it. The bellman working that day (Isiah I think?) was also wonderful. He ate his towncar commission to provide me a smoother, faster ride to the airport, and while the money wouldn't have bothered me, his creativity and immediate willingness to extend a goodwill gesture when I was obviously not too happy about my stay is reflective of someone who should stay in our industry.

Another long review, I know, but hopefully this will help the hotel work on some things, and keep other would-be guests from ending up at this neglected hotel until things turn around.

26/09/10 | Link | Rating: 1.0
32. Joann H.
Beautiful view of the Space Needle and a mondo jacuzzi tub and oh-so-comfy bed. The room even had a mini-balcony for star gazing - was so romantic to lay in bed and check out the Needle all lit up in the middle of the night. A terrific stay but one star is deducted due to the outrageous cost for parking in their garage - $27 a day!! Make sure to account for that when booking.

22/10/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
33. Hilda Z.
This is one helluva place. Location is great and it is in the line of stops for the Greyline--shuttle that goes to and from SeaTac.
We stayed on the 4th floor and had a real great stay. Clean room, quiet night and access to the many local restaurants and shops!

16/02/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
34. Diego S.
Great location and staff is very friendly, the rooms were huge and had a balcony.  
I loved that there was a grocery store, cinema, and parking lot right across the street.
Also had a parking garage w/valet service, a really busy restaurant every time I was leaving always had a lot of people in side.

14/03/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
35. Henry V.
This place is a decent place. The hotel isn't all appealing on the outside but it is pretty nice on the inside. Got a two bed one room and the beds are fulls. So its a bit hard to share a bed. The bed aren't comfy but the pillows are super soft. The guest and room services here are superb! They answer and are willing go help all the time! The room decor is suitable for the amount that was paid for and they even have a pool sauna ans gym! Its in the middle of the city so walking to go out is pretty easy. No need for a car or cab. The bathrooms are pretty small though and the showerhead is super weak. Other than that I was pleasantly pleased for the stay. I would highly recommend this place if you're in a budget.

28/07/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
36. James T.
I loved this hotel.  It was walking distance to everything.  The staff was friendly and super accommodating.  They made you feel right at home.
Our room was big and homey, however the only thing we didn't really like is how hard our bed was.  However, that is just our preference.  All in all, I would stay there again in a heart beat!

20/02/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
37. Lizzie C.
This hotel is walking distance to Pike Place Market, the Space Needle, shopping centers and good restaurants. The rooms are nice and clean, and you get a nice view of the Space Needle, at least my room did.

They get you with their valet parking prices. It's about $30 a day to leave your car there. Somehow my friend and I cheated the system by checking in way late (close to 6:00am I think, damn I-5 drive) and parking my car there until 6:00pm. On the plus side, street parking isn't too hard to find. Also, the girl at the front desk was an idiot. Overall good hotel though!

16/02/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
38. Doug S.
Wow, I think we had the best room in the hotel. 19th floor facing the Space Needle, picture perfect. The hospitality and guest services were awesome. Spent time in the pool, very clean throughout the whole place. Asked to purchase their cool coffee mugs and they gave us a set. Perfectly located between Pikes Market and the Space Needle.  WE WILL BE BACK!

24/01/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
39. Annie B.
We stayed based on a recommendation.  It is in a perfect location to get to anything you might want to do in Seattle.  One block to the monorail and close to so many delicious restaraunts.  We happened to be here for the Great Urban Race and it just so happened it was also the weekend of Seafair.  We enjoyed the delightful torchlight parade that passed in front of the Warwick on 4th Avenue and major shopping is nearby.  No need to drive at all.
The room was very clean, spacious enough and everyone was friendly upon check in.  Parking is $27 bucks a day so in a way, that is a little steep in my opinion.  There is no free Wi-Fi in the room although you can pay $11 per 24 hours.  We will stay here again.

01/08/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
40. Monica L.
The significant other was here for two nights for work, and I tagged along for the hell of it. Since work covered the cost, the price was right, but I probably wouldn't pay the rack rate to stay here again.

As previous reviewers have stated, the location can't be beat, but the first impression I got from the hotel was that it was dark (might have been the weather, though?). The room was clean and everything was in good working order. We weren't fortunate enough to get one of the higher floors so we had a lovely view of the parking garage, but c'est la vie. Ralph's, the grocery store across the street, is awful ($15 for a six-pack of beer?! Rotten grapes?! Curdled chowder?!), so save yourself the disgust and turn left onto 4th Street for some tasty bakeries.

The bathroom cracked me up. While very clean, there didn't seem to be any cohesive theme to it. Marble walls, Easter-pastel yellow towels, 1980s fixtures, sink located in the hall.

The bed was very comfortable. In our room it faced the mirrored closet. This could be a weird thing if you're not used to looking at yourself when you wake up, or it could be a great thing if you're on your honeymoon and if you want to get a good view of yourself doing cardiovascular activities, it could be worth checking out. It's no mirrors on the ceiling, but fun, nonetheless. Anyway.

The only real downside is the lack of free wireless internet. They do have a little business center by the lobby, though.

25/03/09 | Link | Rating: 3.0
41. Alison W.
We had no problems during our stay at the hotel. After picking it based on some of the positive reviews here at yelp, I was a bit concerned about the negative - thinness of the walls and internet. But none of that were issues. We first stayed two nights and then after a side trip to Vancouver, stayed another night before leaving Seattle. The first stay, the person that checked us was super thorough, describing the hotel restaurant, shopping nearby, and even giving us free postcards (advertising the sights and their hotel, of course) that they would mail for us. The second time, we had a late check in and they accommodated us fine and even gave us a gorgeous room on the 15th floor with a view of the Space Needle. Then when were leaving, they were cool with holding our luggage for the day and there's even a shuttle that you can buy tickets for at the hotel and it stops right in front of the hotel that takes you to the airport for $11/one way or $18/round trip. It's like the last stop on the route before the airport so it only took like half an hour with a bit of traffic. We didn't take it going to the hotel but since it's the last stop, you have to stop at a bunch of other hotels before you get here so it's probably like an hour long trip.

Anyways I think the thing was that we went right in the middle of winter, when it's freezing and tourism is down. I heard the person at the front desk say they were only at 19% capacity. So that's why we basically had no problems. There was no one in the hotel to be loud. And I was able to find free internet from someone who probably had an unsecured mobile network. Also they have a small business center on the first floor with two computers and a printer that you can get into with your keycard. The only thing was that they tried to charge us for parking even though we told them that we didn't have a car. But I cleared it all up with ease when we checked out. Parking is like almost 30 bucks there and in case you have a super nice car, you can find overnight street parking or lot parking for a lot cheaper. But you really don't need a car if you just stay in Seattle. It's all totally walk-able.

The rooms were nice - two double beds and comfy, with a desk and armchair. The first room had a regular entertainment center and the second had a flat screen so the room felt larger. Minibar was offered, which we could have used to store our food in the fridge. The bathroom was kinda small and all connected so it took forever for us girls to get ready in the mornings. Also the place is pretty well located with a bunch of different restaurants within walking distance, as well as the Ralphs (not the chain, more like a gourmet type Whole Foods) across the street and right in between the Space Needle and Pike Place Market. So we walked to both in about 10 minutes. Price was average among all the 3-4 star places in the area. Didn't get to try out the restaurant (which had happy hour deals), or the fitness center, pool or sauna. Maybe next time. I would totally stay here again.

03/01/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
42. Canyouwoowoo W.
Everything you want for a pleasant stay...

+ Great staff. Helpful but not overbearing. Will get directions for you to any place you want.
+ Nice, clean, modern rooms, with well functioning appliances.
+ Nice decor and furnishings, but not so over the top that you're afraid to dent something.

A step below the plusher hotels and a step above the best "motels." Meaning its fairly affordable if you're looking for good digs, and nice enough to entertain company at.

+ Ten minute walk west will get you to Seattle Center/The Space Needle/EMP.
+ Ten minute walk south gets you near Pike Place.
+ Five minute walk to all the major bus lines (take advantage of the free buses within downtown - only a dumba*s will rent a car to drive  in inner Seattle).

Excellent, excellent staff.

19/07/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
43. Adam X.
Mobile rate was $75/night and worth every penny. I'm not sure you can get this rate, but... super comfortable, great service, and nice size rooms even though the 'footage seemed small in the ad. Great location for walking (toward the water is a bit sketchy, but all good up and down the avenue). Will def return.

28/01/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
44. Nicole P.
Warwick, you're back!  I'm giving 5 stars because I just can't imagine that it gets better in down town Seattle for the price/quality combo.  I think our last stay was a little bit of a bad fluke.

Loved our stay this year, especially with the free room upgrade.  Also, they gave us chocolate dipped strawberries and pretzels w/ a little "welcome back" note.  Cute, no?  I borrowed an umbrella, got insider tips on where to order the best pizza in town, ordered a car to the airport...the concierge and front desk staff are really great.  The breakfast room service was wonderful too... eggs benedict, bagel w/ lox, and coffee!

Will stay again...and again.

03/01/10 | Link | Rating: 5.0
45. Lina R.
During our stay at Seattle, we chose the Warwick because of it's price and yelp ratings. When we got there, we realized parking was $30 per night, which was not expected or discounted in anyway for being a hotel guest. We checked in for three nights, so this was an additional $90 expense.

The hotel only offers two elevators to get up to your room, so you find yourself waiting  anytime you're trying to leave or go up to your room, but this wasn't really the worst of it, all things considered. The front desk staff is rude, enjoy chatting with each other when you're trying to get their attention and lack appropriate knowledge of the hotel.

Finally, our second day we awoke at 6am to very loud banging on the walls. It continued for over an hour before we called the front desk. They had no idea what was going on but sent security up. As we left the hotel that day, we realized that they had started remodeling floors 8-12, and we were on floor 7. Possible explanation for the noise, perhaps? We were gone most of the day and came back around 5pm to drilling right above us. We called the front desk again and were told that it would end within the hour. We left for dinner, came back shortly after 6 and it was still going on. It ended a little closer to 7. We got about an hour of peace before the banging on the walls started again. We called the front desk. They had no idea what it could be! "It's definitely not the contractors because they've all gone home". Maybe this was true, but maybe not. Definitely not somewhere I would stay again, not even for the price.

28/12/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
46. Dale D.
All & all ok but always had the feeling we were getting fleeced. Gave us a 5$ coupon for dinner but couldn't use it a special. So I had a special & my wife didn't . When she went to use it they only took $2.50 off. Just very petty for an overpriced dinner.

27/01/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
47. Shelly B.
I'm a fan of the Warwick.  I used to live in Seattle and used to work around the corner. The pluses of the Warwick include location and comfortable rooms.  It's across from Ralph's Grocery to help the budget traveler who doesn't want to go out to eat three times per day, across from the Dahlia Bakery which makes the world's best scones, there are two Tom Douglas restaurants on the same block and it's within easy walking distance to Seattle's retail core and Pike Place Market.  

I like that the lobby is upscale but small and well-staffed.  The rooms are quite large and those mid-century floor to ceiling windows make them seem even bigger.  I saw someone on priceline complaining about the bathroom, but having stayed in pricier hotels with large, cheap bathrooms, I really appreciate the small, ALL MARBLE boutique bathroom.  The tub has a marble shelf that makes it look like a nice italian bath rather than a cheap, standard holiday inn tub.  The decor is a bit dated and there was only an older TV in my room, but other than that the room was clean and nice for relaxing in.  

As a formal local, you should know that street parking in the neighborhood is free after 8 PM until 8 AM.  Park on the street at night and park in a day lot (usually $7-10) during the day and you'll save $20 per day on their parking lot.  All in all, the Warwick is a comfortable, convenient place to stay in Seattle.  This could easily be a 4 star hotel if the rooms were updated, but I'll take that for the 3 star price!

08/12/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
48. Donna B.
I liked the location of the Warwick.  Walking distance to the major stuff.  A Ralph's right across the street, close to the Dahlia Bakery.

The check in area is not much to look at, but I was pleasantly surprised by our room.  It was clean and good sized and had a nice view of the Space Needle.  The windows on the balcony open which is really great when you want some fresh air.  So many hotels don't have windows that open and it is nice be able to air the room out.  We had no problems with our thermostat.  Probably because being from Phoenix, we wanted it cooler, so we just left the windows open and then shut them when it got too cool.

Parking is kind of annoying.  No elevator in the parking garage.  We didn't use the valet and they didn't seem to have a problem with it.

The staff was really nice.  I would stay there again.

29/07/08 | Link | Rating: 4.0
49. Craig M.
I have stayed at the Warwick twice in the past year, and I have enjoyed my stay both times. Both times have been through "pay-before-you-know-the hotel's name" websites...
Some positives about the Warwick...
-The entire staff makes you feel welcome! The front desk staff is very helpful and polite. Check-in and check-out are always smooth and easy. The valet is friendly and very quick. The housekeeping staff and doormen are also friendly and polite.
-The location is great for exploring the city on foot. I would called the location of the hotel "SoBellTo" (South of Belltown). The hotel is situated within walking distance of Pike Street Market, Westlake Center (Light Rail Station), Belltown, Seattle Center/Space Needle/EMP, and Downtown. There are many bars, restaurants and clubs within walking distance. There is also a small supermarket across the street (Ralph's).
-The rooms are fairly large and well furnished. The bathroom is decently sized, and finished in marble...cool. There is a small refrigerator and a coffee maker as well. I thought the rooms were fairly quiet as well. Not a lot of outside noise or noise from other rooms.
-Free Seattle Times newspaper

Some "not-so-positives"...

-WiFi...$11 for 24 hours. A decent connection...but, c'mon...hardly any hotels charge their guests for WiFi anymore....
-25" Tube TV
-Ice Machines are not located on every floor.

The Valet Parking is $30 (tax included). Probably right around the mean for parking in Seattle...maybe actually on the lower side of the mean...

Overall the positives outweigh the negatives at the Warwick. If you can book this property for less than $100 it is a "value play" in the relatively expensive world of downtown Seattle hotels.

15/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
50. Sunny K.
We stayed for 4 nights at the Warwick and we are completely satisfied with the service they had provided us. We didn't expect too much from the hotel, because we got too good deal from the Hotwire and we got 16th floor with beautiful, so beautiful space needle view. We screamed when we first went into the room.

We could walk to everywhere - shopping, pike place, even to space needle. Bathroom is small, but other than that, everything seemed to be perfect. Oh, no free wireless is downside, but we have iphones, so it was all right. WIth the price, we are 100% satisfied. The room quality excees the price of the hotel!!!

Indoor pool is small but, we enjoyed the night swimming and exercise. No one seems to care about it~

13/01/09 | Link | Rating: 5.0
51. Duana T.
I had called months in advance to get a room to watch the Torchlight parade from, first I had called to see if it was possible to leave my car in the lot and run around downtown I was told my room was ready. I got there to check in and was then told my room was not ready. I was however able to pre-check in so that when I came back my bags would be in the room and all I had to do was pick up keys. So after running around for a while I came back got keys and went to my room. No bags. I then went back down to get my bags. When I got down there they sent back up to my room and had them sent up. I went out on the balcony to watch the parade, their "Seafair" rooms are poorly represented. I could see a small corner of the parade. Also the fact that it was 30 dollars to park in the garage should have been made more apparent. I may have to go back for  Seafair because the choices are extremely limited but at least I won't expect much.

28/07/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
52. Stacey M.
I'm writing this post from the Warwick! I had been very disappointed to read the reviews of the hotel after booking our trip to Seattle. However, I was thrilled to discover that either the previous reviews were outdated or possibly the management has taken notice & made changes? Either way the bottom line is: it's a great value for the ammenities offered. The location is IDEAL. I visit Seattle annually and have learned that its important to stay in this exact location (Westin or Mayflower are the only others to consider in this area). Considering the value of the Warwick, it seems to be worth the wifi fee ($25 for my 3 day stay), marginally outdated decor, etc.

22/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
53. M W.
We found a deal for this hotel online. We were promised a king size bed, a view of the space needle and walking distance to downtown.

We stepped off the train from the airport into Seattle and only took about 5 or 10 minutes to find the hotel. It looked ok from the outside, didn't look like anything special. We walked in and were immediately greeted and checked in and the woman at the front desk took the time to explain where everything in the hotel was located and a few key points about the city. We were sent up to our room, located on the top (19th) floor directly facing the space neede. big room, great view, SUPER COMFORTABLE BED. i wrote down the name of the mattress company off the tag, it was that freakin good. Nice layout, decent decoration. the 1 foot deep patio area was a bit small and terrifying but nice to have.

spent the day out and were greeted again at the front desk with a friendly hello. Went to take a shower. horrible water pressure. I mean, just terrible. I would give this place 5 stars if they had high pressure hot water. I blame the fact that they added an extra shower head to the plumbing and the seal wasn't tight. Supervery unfortunate.

However, all worries about water pressure disappeared when we climbed in bed. Have i mentioned that THE BED WAS AMAZING. we slept for about 12 hours each night, with the space needle beaming in. The TV sucked, but we don't watch much TV. If you're here on vacation you shouldn't be watching it anyway, right?

The walk to downtown was quick and easy, with lots of shopping on the way. The space needle was also very close (walking distance). The view was great. This hotel exceeded my expectations by far, especially considering the great deal they gave us.

I will stay here on every future trip to Seattle.

12/06/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
54. Lisa M.
I find this hotel to be amazing!!  I normally find deals online around $85.00-$100.00/night which includes their breakfast.  The staff are very friendly and helpful.  The location is prime!  Minutes from the waterfront, pikes place, Westlake mall, the monorail and great restaurants!  Views of the space needle and city life can be found as well.  The street noise can be loud though your in the city:). Parking yes is high however stay at any other hotel in Seattle and you'll find that this is a bargain compared to the  many that charge $40+/night!  It may not be the most luxurious and grandest hotel though when I'm in Seattle I'm not sitting in my room watching T.V. Or spending much time in the bathroom.  It may be dated though I find the location, the staff and atmosphere worth the stay.

24/07/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
55. Wendy H.
My husband and I recently visited Seattle with our 18 month old daughter and stayed at the Warwick. Overall our stay was great and we would recommend this hotel.  The location is great, we were able to walk to Pike's Market, the Aquarium, Space Needle, Children's Museum, Pacific Place shopping and much more.  We rented a car, and paid the $30/day for parking and only ended up using the car once to drive up to Burlington to visit the LuLuLemon outlet.  Next time we won't rent a car for the entire trip, but will walk to the Enterprise a few blocks away and rent on a day-needed basis.

The staff was incredible at the Warwick - specifically Lucy and Craig.  Upon arrival Lucy was friendly and gave us some great ideas on things to do with our little one.  Craig offered us suggestions on restaurants to go for dinner that were kid friendly and was quick to offer to call restaurants to verify.  We ate at Icon Grill, Lola, Gordon Biersch, Fumaca and Anthony's.  All which were great.

Be sure to walk across to the Cinerama and get some of their chocolate popcorn - it's tasty, and cheap!

The only con was that it was pretty loud - we were on the 17th floor and had a great view of the Space Needle, but the construction going on across the street started before 7 a.m. and it is close to a firehouse too so sirens are a constant.  

We'll be back!

23/01/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
56. Kevin P.
This is currently my favorite place to stay at in downtown Seattle.

It's older, so doesn't have the hip feel many places in downtown now boast. However, if you are a more traditional traveler, then this will be your spot.

There's good fitness facilities down stairs, a heated pool, sauna, and hot tub. I've used the sauna a couple of times, although the timer was broke when I was there last (so keep you wits about you).

The staff is very friendly, there's a great deli & grocery store across the street that's open to 2AM for late night snacks,

The room is comfortable, and good sized. The showers are layered in old school marble, the sheets are clean and cozy, great views, a desk area for working while there. As usual, wi-fi is available at a fee, but that's expected.

For an older or more conservative crowd, this is a great bet for staying in the city.

10/02/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
57. Kath U.
Great location & service! This is an older hotel with charm. Not hip and modern but this location is prime as well as the price!
We walked to Jazz Alley, Dahlia Lounge & Pike Place Market!! Plus they have garage parking with valet! Great if you are driving.
We had an awesome view of the Space Needle on the 12th floor!!
Room was clean & we loved the workout room which had very good equipment. They also have a sauna, indoor pool & jacuzzi which we also enjoyed. Nice happy hour and a breeze to check in.
A very old European feel here and the staff was very professional and nice. We will be back!

15/02/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
58. Lou P.
My company held a meeting here this week, and a few employees and I stayed here for three days. It's in the middle of Belltown and surrounded by awesome restaurants. The hotel restaurant isn't one of the great local eateries, though. This must be the only place in Seattle with tepid Folgers as the house coffee.
However, the staff at the hotel is great. They bent over backwards to make our meeting happen, all without blinking. Places like the W could take customer service lessons from the Warwick.
The building is older, and shows it's age, however the views are great, the beds are comfy. I'd consider a half star more, but they charge for wi-fi. I think this sucks...even Super 8 has free wi-fi.
Next time I'm in Seattle, I'll stay here again.

17/04/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
59. Akita N.
Overall this hotel is a good one. Remodeled and located in a great spot. Convenient and staff friendly. I requested a microwave an they promptly brought one to my room. A little over priced but i guess thats a downtown Seattle thing. Overall id give it 4 stars because when i usually travel on business i stay in the Marriott. Many folks i met at the hotel were also in town on business so it was kinda nice having ppl around me  in the lobby just as ignorant abt downtown Seattle as I was. I stayed for a week and was impressed. Beds were comfy. I will be back.

16/09/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
60. Samantha E.
I didn't stay here, but my family did when they came out to visit, and I feel like I spent enough time there to legitimately review it.

The rooms are nice and considerably larger than average.  The beds are comfortable and the showers are nice.  The location is great, because it is walkable to so many Seattle tourist highlights and rooms on the right side have a fantastic view of the Space Needle.  The attached bar on the first floor is nice, too.

The downside is that neither Internet nor parking are free; they're actually pretty expensive.

Relatives said they would stay here again next time they come to town.

02/05/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
61. Richard U.
I came here the other night for a birthday party in one of the deluxe suites and was pleasantly suprised!  
The Warwick is not one of your high concept, hip, trendy,  boutique hotels you often see in the downtown area.  From the outside its not much to look at.   Its a bit dated in its upholstery, decor and there is no flat screen t.v. or anything.  What it does have in spades is 2 very important things: Location and Affordability!
This place is located in an extremely convenient location for visitors to Seattle!  You are within walking distance to the PIke Market, Belltown and the downtown shopping area on Pike and Pine.  There is also a parking garage as well for those of you who drove.   The views from this place are fantastic!  One side of the hotel you get a view of the Space Needle and the other side you get some pretty nice views of downtown Seattle.
Prices are insanely cheap for the location and will run anywhere from $79-$89. The suite we were in only cost $180 and had ample space for our party of 10-15 people.  It had a comfy living room with mini-bar, couch T.V. and small balcony.  The adjoining master bedroom was also sizeable and the main bathroom was HUGE with a  jacuzzi tub and bedet.  Other amenities include restaurants downstairs and a pool which I did not check out.      
An amazing bargain that is hard to pass up if you are planning on visiting Seattle!

26/02/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
62. James S.
Yes, the room was cold. This also was a very cold night with wintry conditions, so coulda been worse case scenario. But after awhile, the cranked heat did kick in.

Cool neighborhood, yeah, a tad funkadelic, but if you want the sterility and predictablity of everything, then check out the 'burbs. Right next store is the 'Cinerama,' which has to be sibling to the Archlight and the Cineramadome. Same colors, same font, same era.  If time permits, I would definitely see a movie there. You're also in the midst of same great local restaurants.

Really a very good deal that's hard to get too peeved about. The breakfast was pretty darn good if a tad expensive in some departments ($3.50 for coffee? course they give you a pot...)

Would stay here again, and hope it's not December-ish.

04/12/07 | Link | Rating: 4.0
63. Amy K.
I didnt even want to give the one star above I am so upset.

RANT: The hotel security is possibly breaking into cars per the suggestion of the parking staff.  My car has been broken into several times and the parking manager suggested that the security guy is trying to "scare" me because he doesnt like me.  This is halarious.  He doesnt like me because my friend and I used the ladies room for too long one day - 20 minutes total time spent in the bathroom changing my work clothes into casual clothes.  The thing is... my friend and I park there everyday which is more money $ per month than it is to rent a room there. AND we eat lunch there frequently and enjoy happy hour there on a weekly basis. This means essentially that we are renting about two rooms a month (price comparison).  As a loyal patron it was disturbing to 1) be kicked out of a bathroom like a homeless person; 2) be taken advatage by someone who possibly is getting paid to service me; 3) be friends with the parking and wait staff and no one give a crap about the well-being of their guests; and 4) see that the staff is STEALING possibly!  Of course I am not naming names here, but this is obivously someone who knows my car and my habits since it has happened more than once.  Since the parking manager mentioned it could be the security staff I am moving towards thinking of this as an internal job.  If anyone at the corporate office is seeing this I would suggest they take some initiative and investigate the FUCKING SHADINESS of the staff members.  I'm sure they all have lockers downstairs and I'm sure some of my personal belongings are located in those lockers right now...

Now onto the next review...  What site should I choose first? Or, should I just hang a banner from the 11th floor window across the street saying, "BEWARE of thiefs, enjoy your stay at the Warwick Hotel chain" :)....?

28/03/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
64. David C.
I'm going to be fair about this place to truly help people make a decision. I can say before i start that i will NEVER stay here again. So here it goes. The location is FANTASTIC, it really is near everything, we stayed here for 3 days and walked EVERYWHERE. I booked this through a travel site (expedia, travelocity, hotwire, etc.) These websites only allow you to book the basic room. Let's rate the room in general. 1-5 stars i give it an easy 3 maybe 3 1/2. The bed is good, the pillows are the BEST pillows i have ever used. They really are great! The TV is a 20 some odd inch OLD ASS P.O.S. Probably from the 90's, how the hell it still works i cannot say. Crappy cable channels also. The shower was a 3. It was ugly, but functional, couldnt really complain. The only reason I'm rating all this so low is the PRICE. This is not a you get what you pay for hotel. It is an expensive hotel, and yet the amenities, and the look do NOT match what you will pay for. ALSO the parking is $30 a night and they make you valet it, get ready to tip EVERY FREAKIN' TIME YOU WANT YOUR CAR BACK. The INTERNET HERE IS A JOKE. This is the reason why the hotel in general goes from a 3 to a 2. They charge you PER DEVICE you connect to. $11 for 24hrs and again its PER DEVICE. If you wanna connect to your laptop, and your significant other wants to connect to the ipad thats $22 for the night, WOW thats great thanks Warwick. (and its slow). The BAR downstairs is cool, the happy hour is good, the bar food was good, and my guess is the restaurant would probably be good too. That brings me to the breakfast...even the crappiest of hotels offer FREE continental breakfast, but the warwick is not that...its fancy, which means you get to BUY your continental breakfast. Cheapest items $10. Bottom line is this. BEWARE of the extra fees you dont intend on paying when you go to average to upper class hotels. Usually that stuff is included. I paid in fees (parking, and wi-fi) enough to stay one more night here in seattle at a hotel down the street which is NICER and the internet included. The parking on this part of the town is going to cost you, parking on the street is tough, but there are plenty of outdoor parking lots in the area, if you can trust it, for more than half the price off. ($10 for 24hrs.) ANYWAY, sorry for the long review but i really didn't enjoy the stay and want to make sure that others don't get caught off guard as well. Final note, the staff is nice, but when i told them that my hotwire page said it had free wi-fi, her response was, "just so you know those booking sites are usually outdated so for future reference we don't offer free wi-fi, we have a conference room in the lobby you can use." REALLY. It's not the consumers responsibility, if that's what the site says, that's what you have to provide. And the conference room, really, wow, that's really gonna happen.
Anyway, good luck, and enjoy seattle, it's a great place to visit.

24/06/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
65. Kyle W.
The Warwick is right in the middle of it all. A few blocks to the monorail or 7 blocks to walk to the Seattle Center. Only 5 blocks from Pike Place Market. 10 min cab ride to Safeco and Century Link fields. The staff is very friendly and helpful, we never walked by a staff member who didn't say good morning, afternoon or evening. They upgraded us to the 17th floor with an awesome view of the Space Needle and a bottle of champagne for our anniversary. Parking is $30 a day but that's standard for Seattle hotels. WiFi is $11 a day but also fairly standard for Seattle. The room was very clean. For the price and location I don't know if the Warwick can be beat.

10/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
66. Ken R.
I'd stay again.  Enjoyed this clean hotel.  Stayed in an executive two queen room on the 15th floor facing the Space Needle.  In addition to the wonderful day and night Space Needle view, I had a view of Elliott Bay.  The room is as described on their web site.  I found the hotel (room, lobby, etc.) clean and well kept.  I enjoyed the warm indoor pool and the complementary Seattle Times every morning.  Friendly staff,  attached restaurant, attached covered garage, and room service.  Found this hotel accommodating and comfortable.  Executive rooms include free wi-fi, wi-fi is good.

30/10/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
67. David B.
The warwick hotel has a lot going for it: solid prices, great location, friendly staff, solid HVAC.

We stayed for a couple nights while exploring Seattle and it was a great location for the purpose. A couple cons would be, the TV interface sucks royally hardcore, it performed and looked like it was coded by a highschool C++ student, we didn't watch much TV, only when trying to relax after running around town, but it was a pain. There was also a lack of outlets for plugging in devices. The maids were friendly but not very thorough. Also on the last day of our day the lobby got smoked out from a greasefire and nobody seemed to mind much.

All in all the Warwick was a solid place to stay and had a comfy bed, was located in a perfect spot. Has some minor issues but they are easily overlooked.

Despite the name, and an arduous search I was unable to find the star of the late 80's film, Willow. I want my money back, where is the leprachaun?!!

14/02/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
68. Michelle S.
Just OK. I've stayed in several Seattle hotels (Hyatt, Hilton, Hotel Vintage Park, Crowne Plaza and the Fairmont), and this is my least favorite. It's not horrible, just average compared to the others. Sauna was nice. Hot tub wasn't really hot, but that's a health code thing. Beds were not very comfy. No elevator in the 8 story parking garage. Not an issue unless you have bags or mobility issues.

11/11/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
69. Nick M.
A decent business class hotel in Seattle.  Clean and comfortable and a good location. Our deal came with free wifi and half off parking.

Stars lost:
$30 parking.  I know it is standard, but it still gets me every time.
Wifi wouldn't normally be free
The HVAC system was extreme noisy.  Staff was notified and nothing was done.  Not even an offer of room change.

26/03/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
70. Marcus O.
the place isn't bad. it's a bit dated. the tv is a tube if that gives you can idea. the location, however, is awesome. it's walking distance to pike's, the space needle, chinatown, the pier, etc... and across the street from the cinerama.

my complaints:
my balcony view was the adjacent parking deck and piles of cigarette butts in the planters. was it because i got the hotel special which included complimentary breakfast?

room had a serious draft by the window. i combated that by raising the temperature in the room. when i got cold enough on one side, i could thaw out on the other. i wasn't there often so no worries.

the adjoining restaurant has been described by another yelper as a dimly-lit denny's. remember the continental breakfast? yeah, nomnomnom.

room service was an epic fail the one time i tried it so i just went to the restaurant from then on.

wireless is ~$10 a day. however, if you're a foursquare newbie check-in, you can get wireless for free. it was only problematic while i was trying to use it. ;-) the code expired about two days in also.

you're wondering if i'd stay again? i say yes. if the hotel deal is good enough, i would definitely stay again.

07/03/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
71. T T.
Conveniently located in downtown. Great restaurant life around it.

Nickeled and dimed all the way. Internet at 18 usd, claims to be premium but truly standard; I have experienced faster Internet in Africa where I travel frequently and generally has slower speeds at mid-range hotels. Hotels in africa the caliber of the warwick have faster connections. Parking fee is a rip-off @30 usd.

Worst sleep I ever had because of construction and street noise buses pass by every time and other heavy trucks too. Called to request a room change, knowing full well that there were rooms open because people haven't checked in yet and reception lied to me that there wasn't any room available. I sis ask very nicely. Some rooms have minibars and others don't - annoying to get one without.

Breakfast is OVERPRICED! It was slow in coming from room service and eggs benedict with hash browns was downright nasty. Imagine eggs b plus a fruit plate, orange juice that wasn't fresh and waffles came out to 47 usd before tip and room service charge!! Great restaurants nearby with better prices and better breakfast options.

15/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
72. Cat N.
I'm confused...The reviews were great here but my room was opposite of what everybody said. I was on fourth floor, didn't get the modern decor, didn't get any view, didn't get the flat screen tv...didn't get anything but a clean bed. Everything I had in that room was outdated. The room was dark and it looked kind of haunted. I didn't care to complain because I was only here for a weekend. Plus I was out and about for most of my trip. I was expecting a great view from the yelp reviews but I got a concrete wall from the building next door. So disappointing. I paid $85 a night through priceline.

Not sure if this hotel is haunted because I couldnt find any hauntings on it but I experienced some odd stuff on my last night here. There was three phones in my room. One on the study desk, one near my bed, and one in the bathroom. It was one of those emergency phone that you use to phone for help if you had fallen. I just finished taking a shower and the phone in the bathroom rang. I didn't want to pick it up because I was there by myself and wasnt expecting any phone calls. It was so weird because the other two phones didn't ring and that one wouldn't stop ringing. If there is one phone line to all three phones in the room wouldnt they all ring at the same time if somebody call? it wouldnt stop ringing so I finally answered and there was nobody on the other line. There was no dial tone and It was still on call like somebody was still holding the phone. Then my cell phone kept acting up. I have an iPhone and the pw to my email is saved on my phone. It's the same pw that I have for years but for some reason...I had a pop up saying the pw was wrong after the phone incident. I got ready and left the hotel to go out for the night and my phone was fine. I tried turning it off and on again but the wrong pw pop up was still popping up! I don't have any explanation for any of those incident so I'm gonna go with a ghost. Plus Hotel Andra down the block is haunted and hotel Sorrento a couple of blocks down is haunted.

The front desk staffs are rude and the hallways on fourth floor smells. I had to hold my breathe from my room to the elevators everytime.

10/01/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
73. Alison V.
For full disclosure, I did not stay here, but my mom did when she came to visit Seattle.  However, I would not hesitate to put people up in this hotel again when I have visitors in Seattle.

My mom managed to get an amazing deal using her AARP discount.  I'd highly suggest if you're going to stay here, check into what discounts they offer and see what you can use.  

By no means is this the most up-to-date and fancy hotel.  However, it has a good location.  It's in an area of downtown/Belltown which may get a bit sketchy late at night, but during the day will serve your needs perfectly.  You're within walking distance to most attractions in the downtown area.  Also, you're close to just about every bus line in the city that runs through downtown, including the light rail, which is super useful.  They offer parking at a pretty steep rate and you may consider staying somewhere else if you plan on renting a car for your entire visit.  However, if you're visiting from out-of-town, you're friends/family shouldn't have too much trouble finding parking, generally, around here if they want to come visit.  

I did not try out any of the amenities, but I know they had some to use.  My mom seemed quite satisfied with her stay.  I think the only major downfall is they charge per night for wi-fi in the room.  You get the benefit of awesome views from most rooms in the hotel and the location is hard to beat!

07/02/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
74. Scott H.
The location is great, but other than that there isn't anything special about this hotel. It's in easy walking distance of Pike Place and the waterfront, Olympic Sculpture Park, etc.
The staff was polite  and the rooms were clean with comfy beds but the rooms are outdated. Old tv's and a sink and vanity outside of the bathroom. That irritated me and made me feel like I was in a Motel 6. There is a market, Ralph's, right next door with great but expensive options. Think of a tiny Whole Foods.
One thing that kind of grossed me out was I heard a hotel guest complaining to the staff that 'it's unacceptable to not inform the guest that the water in the room is not potable"  GROSS! I don't know how true it is because I have a habit of brushing my teeth with bottled water when traveling, but my wife did get sick, so.....
Because of the location and price, I would definitely stay here again, I just wouldn't drink the water.   :/

03/05/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
75. Stacy A.
Great location for the average sightseer. We were a few blocks from Pike Place Market, and a few blocks from the Monorail that took us to see the Space Needle.

We had the continental breakfast included in our booking price and it was pretty much useless. All it is is a muffin, pastry, and small cup of fruit. Really nothing special. Don't rely on it keeping you full for any amount of time at all. We also had to catch the Victoria Clipper at 6am and room service doesn't start delivering until 6:30am. So good luck getting food anywhere at that time in the morning besides McDonald's.

Housekeeping was not very with-it. We had something outside our door for 2 days in a row that had someone else's name on it. We had to tell them at the front desk that that person wasn't staying in our room and that they needed to take it away. Also, we came back from sightseeing one day, tired and ready for a nap, and our towels had been exchanged in the bathroom but the sheets and comforter were all gone - just a bare mattress was exposed. My husband had to go down to the desk and ask them to come and finish making up our room. 20 minutes later we were finally able to rest on a bed with sheets on it.

Over all, good place to stay, friendly staff, but a little pricey for what you actually get.

21/06/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
76. Susan L.
Guest parking $27!  We paid $30 for down the street.  Doh!  Thought it'd be cheaper. Otherwise it's alright, walking distance to Pikes. Fun area.

13/05/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
77. Cesar P.
My company cut a deal with this place, and it was worth it (Government rate plus wifi bundled in). Walking distance to everything, comfy beds, great view of the Space Needle, nice and clean. Very pleasant.

02/06/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
78. Dale S.
I can afford to stay elsewhere and will!!  No one told us when we called to make reservations for 5 nights over New Years that there would be very noisy renovations going on 7 days a week!!  This is inexcusable. The desk staff including a very rude man named Derrick was patronizingly apologetic (like a robot) and never offered us any compensation!!  He said the information about the noise was "on the internet". Why if I called and already had a reservation would I look online?  Otherwise nice location and OK rooms.  I felt badly for the young couple complaining about the noise as they had saved for a year for this trip. The hotel motto is " turn your moments into memories".  My memories?  A rude manager and a lot of noise".

30/12/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
79. John O.
After staying at the Warwick a few years ago on business, I convinced my companion to stay there instead of my usual Hilton chain (where I have already spent 180 nights this year).  

On arrival, the hotel was as I remembered, with renovation going on as well!  However, unlike most hotels undergoing renovation, they put us directly under the floor being renovated.  That means NOISE!  We were on vacation and expected to be able to spend time at the hotel when we felt like it, but the daily noise kept us away and on edge the entire time.   When we spoke to staff about it, no matter what time of day, we were always told they were supposed to be stopping in 15 minutes.  They never did, and usually finished up their work around 6PM.  So, they had enough complaints that they had a standard response.  The one time we were allowed to talk to the manager, he told us there was nothing he could do and suggested we get some ear plugs!  

Additionally, the spare blanket in the room was ratty and extremely dirty and we had to call housekeeping daily to request additional washcloths.  They only gave us one each day.  Oh, and the room had two phones, but only one of them worked.

Primarily due to the manager's smart-ass response to our situation, I will never even consider a stay at another Warwick.

20/12/11 | Link | Rating: 1.0
80. Gloria I.
I don't think it's fair for people to give this hotel a bad rating just because it's old or just because it has a old CRT TV.  Yes, this hotel is old. It's not the four seasons, heck, it's not the holiday inn.  But it's an old, unique, vintage and boutique type hotel that you might be able to stay at for cheap if you have an overnight in Seattle.  

Parking is $30 a night, be aware.

Customer service was great. We had an issue with a neighboring empty room's alarm going off at 3AM, so we were able to have our parking fee waived with no hassle.  

It's very close to downtown shopping and Pike Place.  It's just bordering the shady side of town.  :)

18/07/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
81. Teresa J.
Okay, they've made it up to me. Went up last weekend on a hasty reservation and they put us on the 14th floor, with a primo view of the Space Needle. They left a pretty plate of chocolate-dipped treats at our door with a note welcoming me back. No cigarette smell, no problems. Just in and out, effortlessly. That is as it should be.

02/10/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
82. Carrie G.
I know from researching all sorts of hotels, that rooms are very expensive in the downtown area.  But the Warwick was not what I expected for the price and what I saw online.  I think the name also threw me off and made me think it was a bit more luxurious...no really!  While I know I can't knock the price, due to the location, I still thought it should have been priced lower than some of the other more well-known hotels.

The room was very comfortable as well as my bed.  I thought the bathroom was a nice size as well.  I did have breakfast one morning in the hotel's lobby and that was way overpriced!  I think I ordered oatmeal with fruit and paid for what could have been a huge breakfast with eggs, bacon, sausage, and pancakes.  True, true, true...hotels do charge more in their little restaurants, but it was a bit too expensive for what they were offering.  Our watiress was not exactly the most peppy and polite either, but luckily, I was with a fun group of ladies that made it more enjoyable.  :)

16/03/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
83. Lotus R.
Rating is actually 3.5. Nice settings, location, clean.

28/07/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
84. Lorrie M.
I'm a bit surprised at the bad reviews this place has gotten because I thought this place was a phenomenal find at its price and location. I was a little skeptical considering that this place was was a few stars lower and some tripadvisor folks had an ok time.

However, upon arriving, it was extremely easy to check in our luggage to go out for the day and check in was a breeze too. They do take $50 a day on your debit as a hold if you pay with debit but for two days that wasn't a huge deal.

The location was really spectacular, it was close to everything and one block from Palace Kitchen which was open late. It was a few blocks from Pike Place and downtown and very close to the shopping (Pacific Place/ Monorail, Westlake, etc.) as well.

This is the perfect hotel for a quick weekend getaway and the bathrooms are not bad either. I definitely enjoyed my stay.

22/12/10 | Link | Rating: 4.0
85. Luther G.
Very disappointed.  For the price I paid the service lacked.  No help from the bellhop upon check in.  Some of the staff appeared we're rude and less than helpful.  Wish I would have saved $$ and stayed somewhere else.

13/09/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
86. Alicia C.
The only thing this hotel has going for itself is it's location. Close to a ton of great restaurants, bars, pikes place, 10 min walk to the space needle.
Pictures of the hotel makes it seem better than it actually is...  
No flat screen tv.
Fitness center, swimming pool, sauna are all very small.
The service isn't that great. Friendly staff-but nothing outstanding.
Our stay at the Warwick was ruined when we found blood stains on a bath towel!
Will not stay here again.

26/03/11 | Link | Rating: 2.0
87. Jana C.
Stayed a night here... great central location... a nice, open late upscale gourmet market directly across the street. easy....

Parking garage charges for the hotel...So close of a downhill walk to Pike....near enough to Top Pot as well!

Perfunctory place to stay; nothing too memorable, or to critique.

03/07/11 | Link | Rating: 3.0
88. Karl S.
Stayed downtown while in Seattle for a wedding. We remembered the Warwick from the 80's when we'd do long  weekend escapes to the real world from Alaska. The current edition doesn't quite match the level of service we remembered. They are refurbishing the rooms. We stayed in an unrefurbished room. Great 70's kitsch. The location is good. Downtown views are great. Restaurant OK.

25/09/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
89. Alex J.
great price, great hotel. Close to store, Pike Place

27/05/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
90. Jess D.
Stayed here for one night for a weekend trip to Seattle. Centrally located between Belltown and Pikes Market so it was nice to be able to walk to both locations from our hotel. The lobby area is nice but the rooms themselves are outdated. I have stayed in worse in Seattle and I've stayed in better. The bathroom was older (there was a rusty water mark coming from the spout and I would probably wear my flip flops in there) but did have a duel head shower head. I think for the price we paid and for what we were looking for, it was not bad. I would stay here again.

Note: If you're parking, they charge $30 a night. I think that's completely ridiculous!

07/10/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
91. Hope T.
This is a hard one to rank.

The pro's:
- amazing view of the space needle
- friendly staff
- good grocery store across the street
- decent place

The con's:
- a bit noisy (as are all hotels in that area)
- decor looks a bit dated, and the clincher...
- the room appeared clean except for the unflushed toilet!  Wtf?!  Did the housecleaner take a pee while cleaning?  Did she not notice and not clean the toilet from the previous guest?  Or, my guess, they checked someone in the room before me (I didnt check in until 10:30pm) and that person didn't like the room's location across from the elevator, but decided to pee before leaving.  Any of these scenarios is gross and a bit creepy!  

Pull it together, Warwick. Details matter!

31/07/12 | Link | Rating: 3.0
92. Lisa M.
I'd give 4.5 stars if I could!

Thank you once again, Yelp, for helping me find a great hotel! The last time I was in Seattle was when I was kid. I was with my family and we were pretty much driving through on our way to Vancouver. Obviously when you're a young kid on a road trip, you don't pay attention to anything except for fun and food.

We were looking for a place that was decently priced within walking distance to Pikes Place and some other places we wanted to visit. The hotel staff were very helpful and suggested we ride the Downtowner bus from the airport to the hotel instead of pay for a taxi. What a comfortable ride, and I got to see lots of the scenery...and by scenery, I mean mostly trees. Entering downtown was pleasant, and it was super convenient that the bus stops at the major hotels and drops you off.

The concierge was friendly and helpful, and we got a great room. Every room has a balcony, and the view was fantastic! The room was the perfect size, and the bed was comfy. Bathroom was nice, and room service delicious!! My timing was bad as far as this trip went because I was pretty sick, and I ended up feeling super crappy one of the nights. Room service came to our rescue, and I had some tasty french onion soup while my man feasted on prime rib. I felt terrible about ruining our night out, but he was happy with his prime rib and movies on tv. Men, go figure.

Kind of odd that it's across from a gay and lesbian theater, and go a few blocks over and it's a crappy area, but I loved that it was within walking distance to the Space Needle and Pikes Place. Everything was pretty classy here, I'd stay again!

22/11/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
93. Nick D.
Great place! Front office was nice and parking was easy. Got in our room and the beds were soo comfortable. Shower was amazing and everything was great. people who gave this a bad review should go stay in the Mithila in San Francisco....

06/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
94. Katy H.
Totally reasonable hotel in downtown Seattle. The location is convenient as it straddles the border between Belltown and Downtown. It's a short walk to the Pike Place Market and just a quick cab to Capitol Hill or other popular neighborhoods to check out nightlife and great food/cocktails. I especially loved the newly remodeled lobby! Some of the rooms aren't quite finished yet but in just a matter of months this hotel will be all brand new again. In fact, the room up for remodel are still quite nice! I think they did a remodel just a few years back, so don't think the rooms aren't nice or updated already. They're just doing a big giant overhaul and when it's done, this will certainly be one of the very best hotel options in all of Seattle. Don't overlook this spot!

23/08/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
95. Juanita H.
Wonderful older but updated hotel. Great location, genuinely nice staff, very accommodating. No long lines, checking in or out. Clean. No elevator in garage, but not too big of a garage either. Upscale grocery store right across the street. Excellent view of the space needle or city.  Will be back!

25/12/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
96. Linda F.
Worst experience of my life. These fufu people do not care about his or her guest. They do not listen and they love feeling powerful. Stay away and do not book. It's too expensive and shitty service. Im NEVER mean, Not ever! And the manager of reservations was a sarcastic man. I work for a spa in resort suites and I love to understand my guests and the problems they have. We are all human not robots. He got me to the point where I cussed at him. And that hurt me I do not cuss at strangers unless they get me to my boiling point which is hard to get to. They misspelled my last name and  charged my card when I was in the middle of seattle stranded with no money. And they couldn't "find my reservation" because obviously my named was spelt wrong. When I get my guests name if I can't understand the name I re-read it. DUH. Common sense. Well I cried because I didn't have enough money to goto the space needle and I was walking there from pikes to be disappointed and overdrawn. He didn't want to help because of the stupid confirmation number which I can look up guests through phone number so he lied and smirked and giggled while I was frustrated. I'm not rich so I didn't have extra money. I saved just enough for my trip and to top it off after they "resolved" it because I got my bank statement and even my bank teller laughed and said this hotel is stupid and so are the workers. Don't get me wrong the accountant and the young man who worked front desk helped me in 10 minutes rather than two days. I will never ever ever say to help this hotel out. They can go be rude to you all and take your money, but not mine.

12/07/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
97. Dan N.
This a trap if you ask me.  Great location but you will be nickled and dimed the while way through ($11/18 wifi, even in the lobby!, $30 parking, average $25 restaurant entree prices for stuff that is obviously not fully made fresh, construction going on several floors, and most floors still new paint and rugs).

Avoid and opt for the many other better Seattle downtown options at same rates!

Dan

28/12/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
98. Nirenjan K.
I've really stayed at better hotels in the US - Being charged $169 plus taxes and fees a night is bad enough, and you have to charge me $30 bucks parking? I understand that this is downtown Seattle we are talking about, and yet, nowhere on the website could I find this info - I might have been a little less ticked off about it if I had known about it beforehand.

And you really want to charge your guests for WiFi ($11 a night for standard, $18 for premium)? I didn't want to even find out what the difference was, and resorted to using my data plan instead - that was fast enough. And $6 for a bottle of water? I really felt like I was being gouged.

I'll give them an extra star for polite service and a comfortable bed - the bathroom could really stand being upgraded though. Also, if you're high enough up, you can get a decent view of downtown Seattle - I managed to get one facing the Space Needle.

The rooms are not too quiet - from the street noise anyway - I didn't hear anything from my neighbors though. And the parking is really cramped - if you have another car coming up, you need to back up to let them pass.

29/06/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
99. Scott Y.
Great place to stay! The suites on the 19th floor are worth the price . The only negative is the suites are a bit outdated.

27/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
100. Mike F.
I stayed at the Warwick during a weekend trip to Seattle.  I found the hotel to be comfortable, clean, and well managed.  The service staff was polite and helpful, and proved themselves handy in several situations.  Our room was fairly standard and had all of the necessary amenities, although the pull-out couch was fairly uncomfortable.  I would suggest that the hotel make some decorative upgrades as well as replace pieces of old furniture (as our pull-out bed clearly was).  

The hotel is conveniently located near the Pike Place Market and other attractions and restaurants.  In all, it seemed like an above-average hotel, and the few faults it has can be easily ignored.  I would certainly consider staying here again.

21/08/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
101. Chris B.
$200 a night and you're going to charge me extra for wifi? Seriously? What year are you in?

$30/night for parking? Non-guests pay $6/night flat rate for evenings. Guests pay $30 for the full day. You're better off on the street or in other lots.

Add value. Don't make me feel like I am being nickel & dimed.

The rooms smell like car air fresheners. Fake-fresh scent.

02/05/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
102. Matt G.
From the hotel and its website, the hotel is walking distance to the downtown area, Pike Place Market, the Sky Line and the Space Needle. No lie, it IS definitely walking distance to those four. And I was hoping to get a room with the great view of the Space Needle.

But instead my Executive King's room for $89.00 a night, I get a view of the Downtown area, which is the other way. Plus I got the fifteenth floor; out of 19 floors, which isn't bad.

The view: yelp.com/biz_photos/EnK3…

The bedroom has a comfortable queen bed, a bathroom made with marble counters, LG: High-def TV, ergonomic chair, a safe and a mini bar. The hotel staffs were friendly and assisted my needs when needed.

My room: yelp.com/biz_photos/EnK3…

Inside the hotel has a bar/lounge on the main-level, a small fitness facility, an indoor swimming pool and hot tub located in the B-level (basement).

Around the area and in addition to the popular tourist's attractions, there is a gourmet market right across the street called Ralph's (not related to the LA chain), and Bed, Bath, and Beyond, which is one block away on Fourth Street and Virginia Street (look at picture from my view from my room).

Everything I could've wanted for my stay to be more enjoyable. My only gripe is the mini bar in my room was loud and kept me up most of the night. "I need my sleep, man!"

There are other hotels like Hotel Monaco, W Seattle, Hyatt, Hilton and Westin to name a few I saw in the Downtown Area. But the Warwick is cheaper and much quieter than hotels in Downtown. Notwithstanding the fact, I have to deal with the loud motor from the mini-bar in my bedroom.

11/02/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
103. Adrian H.
Headline: Obviously don't know customer service

There are some things that are universal in the hospitality industry.  The customer is not always right, but you do your best to make it right.  Somehow, this has gone astray at this hotel.  Drilling for 30 minutes during the evening is not appropriate.  Not warning a guest that there is construction on the floor is a big no-no.  Suggesting that they didn't know there would be billowing clouds of dust in the corridors just as people were going in and out of their rooms for dinner is unforgivable.

This is actually an all-right hotel.  The beds are comfortable.  It's in a great location, close to everything you would want.  The bathroom is cramped and the shower head is suitable for a 5'6" person, not a 6' person.  The Internet was included in my rate, but was speedy, considering there was a tech conference in town using this hotel.  It even has a reasonable attached restaurant (although the Palace Kitchen that is less than a block away is much better).  The desk is comfortable and the plugs accept all sorts of standards - not just the US ones.  the TV is nice and big and the view (on a high floor) of the Space Needle is great.

It's just the customer service.

Honestly, there are hotels where comfort might be a step down, but you will have an overall better experience.

24/07/13 | Link | Rating: 1.0
104. Ricky A.
Stayed here for 3 nights in August 2013. Nice room (two comfortable beds) in upper.  I agree with parking on the street after 9pm is the way to go.  The amenities of family sauna, pool, whirlpool and locker rooms are definite Pluses and compare well against the 5 star rip-offs.

One major neg: I had a gvt rate, so had to wait until the actual 3:00 PM for a room. 10 other families or couples got immediate rooms. Kinda rude if you ask me.

13/11/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
105. Mike K.
Great location. Rooms where clean.  Nothing fancy but there was a nice balcony - nothing to sit on but still a nice touch.  One thing I was disappointed with was that there was no coffee in the lobby.  Also, there is no free wi fi in the rooms.

27/05/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
106. Erin C.
I stayed at the Warwick over a long weekend with my sorority sisters for a wedding. It was my first time in Seattle so I was over the moon when I looked out my 4th story window and saw the Seattle Space Needle.

The location could not be any better for a first time Seattle visitor or someone who wants to be in the thick of it all. It is about 2 blocks from Pike Market full of seafood and market items. It is also very easy to catch a cab outside the hotel. It is also located very close to the train stop so it is a very easy and cheap commute from the airport.

The hotel itself is a bit dated but you can tell that they are starting to renovate the property. The $30 parking fee is quite excessive but seems to be about the going rate among the area hotels. There is also an additional charge for wifi but if you have 3G it  is really not necessary to spring for the wifi. There was also quite a bit more noise than a normal hotel because we were located on the 4th floor but it is to be expected in a busy city.

Overall, the hotel was in a great location and really made the trip hassle free.

01/10/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
107. Scott B.
Nice place with great potential.  I just spent a weekend here and quite enjoyed it.  They are in the process of renovating and the signs of this renovation are everywhere.  This place is in a great location.  Almost everywhere in town is within a convenient walk.  With your room you get free parking (very important in Seattle), a decent pool/sauna, and a nice restaurant in the building.  With that said this place needs some work.  The fixtures are a bit dated and mismatched.  There is some high end marble next to cheap plastic.  What saves this place though is the great staff.  Everyone I dealt with, from the front desk to the maid, was extremely polite and helpful.  The management of this hotel should be very proud of how their staff makes them look.

06/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
108. David C.
Stayed here from a hotel tonight deal.  Ordered fish and chips, tomato sandwich, and chicken noodle soup dinner room service.  All were terrible.  Needed to use wi-fi to do work.  They charge $11 for basic, $18 for high speed.  I bought the basic and it was too slow so upgraded to high speed, which was also too slow.  Eventually called and told them to cancel the charge after wrestling for over 30 minutes just to send a few emails.  Also charge $30 a night for parking.

Will not be going back.

18/09/13 | Link | Rating: 2.0
109. James H.
I stayed here for a couple of nights recently while on business. All in all, it's a pretty good hotel for this area of Seattle. The lobby/registration desk is a little outdated (and I noticed the ceiling tiles were in need of replacement), but the room was in great shape. There was plenty of space, the bed was comfortable, and everything seemed to be clean. I enjoyed the fact that a door opened to the faux balcony.

Make sure you ask for a room above the 7th floor facing the Space Needle. Otherwise, if you get stuck on the backside of the hotel below the 7th floor, you'll be looking at the cement wall of the parking garage. Location wise, it's directly between Retail Center and the Space Needle. Price wise, it seemed slightly cheaper than the the other big chain brands. I'd stay again.

26/10/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
110. Lily S.
1.The free wifi didn't work, asked you to pay.
2. We received a noise complaint for talking at 9:30pm on a Saturday.
3. They don't use fitted sheets on the beds, but flat sheets, never seen that before.
4. The hot tub has a nasty yellow light that makes it look like pee and the bubbles that come up look like they're full of dead skin.
5. The bathroom door wouldn't close quietly, it just slammed.
6. Paper thin walls.
7. No outlets near the beds or even near the desk.!

06/04/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
111. Monique T.
Amazing location - centralized, close to downtown, pike's market place and the needle.
OK rooms - kind of small and relatively old.
Fantastic views - do I see the space needle? you bet....

Highly recommend it.

11/12/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
112. Lea D.
great hotel. the hotel is beautifully designed. I was in room 1802 and had a great view. this hotel is right across the street from the Cinerama. I suggest going to the Cinerama, too!

01/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
113. Nicole D.
I booked this hotel on Hotwire, so I was unsure of what hotel I was staying at until after I completed my reservation. I was very happy with the location!

The parking that the hotel offered was something ridiculous, like $30/night or something. So we ended up finding street parking and paid a meter until whatever time the meter ran out, maybe 6pm. It ended up costing us only about $7 to park instead of $30.

Check in seemed pleasant, and we were told we were in a king room, which is what I had reserved. When we got to the room, however, we found 2 queen beds instead of the 1 king. We called the front desk to verify if we were in the right room and he said, yes, it was the right room and that because we had booked on Hotwire the room type is not guaranteed. Okay, so then why a few minutes earlier when we checked in had he told us that we were in a king room if we weren't? Very odd. He then offered to upgrade us to a king room for $20 more. What? So I reserved and paid for a king room on Hotwire, and you have a king room available, but you're not going to give it to me because Hotwire room types aren't guaranteed? That just seemed like poor customer service to me. While Hotwire probably does have some stupid policy buried in their microscopic print somewhere about room types not being guaranteed, I still felt the hotel should have done the ring thing and given us the available king that we had reserved and paid for. We kept the room with the 2 queen beds and saved the measly $20. It wasn't a big deal because we were just there 1 night and didn't spend much time in our room anyway, it was more about the principle of it.

Anyway, the room was clean for the most part. The bathroom had a couple of hairs that didn't belong to us (gross). It was a very standard, generic hotel. The indoor pool was good, not great, and was open until midnight, so that was a plus. Overall, this was an average hotel for an above average price (I felt it was overpriced even for what I paid with a big discount on Hotwire, so the regular full price would have been ridiculous). It did not include wifi, either - you had to pay extra for that. They nickel and dime you here. The best part of this hotel was its location, for sure. You could easily walk to different neighborhoods and there was lots to do, see, and eat nearby. I'd probably try a different hotel next time, though, where I feel there is better customer service.

12/09/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
114. Kelly M.
This hotel is in a good location, but isn't particularly interesting or outstanding in any other regard.  

I read from yelp reviews that there is a shuttle.  However, there was no shuttle at this hotel!

The service was slow checking in and the person at the front desk had to read hotel amenities to us off of a card.  He didn't read it particularly well and repeated entire sentences.  There was soap in the vanity area, but not in the shower, so when I got in there to bathe, I had to run out.  Minor complaints.

06/04/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
115. Yelp R.
This hotel was AWESOME! Rooms were exactly as pictured in photos, ask to get a north facing room which face the Space Needle. Well worth the extra $10. Great location.

30/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
116. Chris S.
We paid nearly $400 for the NYE package with a view of the Space Needle.  If the hotel were nicer and renovations complete, it may have been a fair price.  It's an ordinary hotel with a good view and convenient downtown location.

01/01/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
117. Sara D.
My husband and I booked a block of rooms for our wedding guests a couple of weeks ago and also stayed at the hotel ourselves the night before and the night of our wedding. Every staff member we interacted with was very helpful--Shawn, the gentleman we booked our block with, gave us a tour of the hotel before we booked, answered any questions we had, routinely sent me updated lists of who had booked rooms, and even double checked the temperature of the mini bars in the room so I could make sure they would be ok for storing insulin for one of our guests; The people at the front desk offered numerous suggestions for places to eat, which did not let us down, and handed out the welcome bags we'd made for each of our guests; The gentleman who brought us our room service the morning of the wedding seemed a bit frazzled, but was incredibly nice.

The beds were comfortable, the rooms were clean, the location is great, and the hotel even upgraded the rooms of some of our family members as well as our room. The cost of a stay is on par with similar downtown hotels, but when we were looking for a block, they came in just slightly cheaper than other locations, which was what we needed for our guests.

The only true downside to this hotel is that it's a bit outdated and could use some updating and repairs. My father-in-law was very put off that an elliptical in the work out room didn't function (I never got the update on whether it had been fixed by the end of his 9-day stay), the jacuzzi tub in our suite had jets so loud we decided to forgo them all together, and the decor could use some updating.  I marked the hotel as "pricey" because, well, everything downtown is, but the Warwick comes in a tiny bit below comparable hotels.

Still, I would recommend the Warwick to anyone visiting. The location and staff make up for the lack of modernness and occasionally broken amenity, and the price is good as well. We are very happy we chose the Warwick for our guests, and they all seemed to have a wonderful time.

31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
118. Clarissa S.
I like this hotel!!! I love the view we were in... Overlooking the Space Needle!!! Friendly and helpful staff. And most of all, they have free parking LOL!

04/06/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
119. Paige J.
I was very impressed with at first the service I received and secondly, the quality. The location was great, and the rooms were awesome. I will stay here every time I come to Seattle for sure! They really went all out to "wow" me, even as a hotels.com booker and not a rewards member! Wow, above and beyond!

14/01/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
120. Kalli H.
Great location, very clean, and friendly staff. Wanted to stay in the city for a night and found this place online. Well worth the rate, and the room were very nice/clean.

04/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
121. Rene C.
When it comes to work/career,I must be the luckiest guy in the entire world. How many times are you sitting around a group of friends hearing them complain and bitch about their boss? I don't know about you, but this happens all the time. I usually sit there like a bump like a long because I never had anything to add. Reason being, in all my life I have never had a boss I didn't like or get a long with. Not a single time did I dread going to work in the morning because I hated my boss. I've reported to at least 15 to 20 managers  and directors over the years, so you would think that just once I might have a boss I would be a little sour on.

What are the odds?

But there are two sides to every story, and just because over the years I have been blessed with excellent working conditions I may actually have been a loser employee and my bosses may not have liked me. I hope this isn't the case, but you never know.

This is not the case with hotels. In my life, I have stayed in some really nice 5 star caliber hotels but have also been subjected to some real dumps (cough Anatole, Dallas). Lucky for me,  when covering our territories my boss gives his team some latitude when it comes to choosing our own hotels. Recently I took over two new cities and I was fortunate enough to have Seattle included in my monthly rounds. Thanks to Yelp and google, I did some research and discovered The Warwick.

First off, The Warwick is priced well below most other downtown properties. I paid just $99 on my most recent stay and had a nice corner room with a view the Space Needle. The hotel is located in Belltown and within easy walking distance to some really fantastic restaurants and nightlife. The front desk staff is very friendly, helpful and very accommodating.

A couple of things did bum me out. As I will now be making frequent visits to the Emerald City there is no rewards programs for repeat customers. The rooms for the most part are updated, but the bathrooms need some work.

Overall a great hotel for the price and will be returning again soon.

29/02/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
122. Karissa B.
I came here for a business trip. There were a couple things that made me think twice of my review.
1. Making a reservation, my boss assured me that everything was ready. but a staff who was taking the reservation named Bryan had provided inaccurate information about the shuttle service and upon arrival check in.
2. Room cleanliness: the room that I had a horrible view of city I only had a view of the back parking lot and a back of city building. I also found hair and black food particles on the bed. The bathtub had dry soap as if someone showered recently. I called the front desk and the only thing they did was reclean my room.
3. Free continental breakfast..looked like warmed up in the microwave pastries. I thought there was fruit too. I guess not.
4. Swimming pool area, how many times do they check the pool maintenance ..hair foamy gunk..turn on the pool skimmer.
5. I stayed here for three days my room only got cleaned once. I had to call for more towels and soap. I would think their would be a courtesy check.
I understand this is a old hotel downtown but maintain your price standards. Since I got charged almost 700.00 for three nights.
Will I come again? I am not sure...ok customer service and poor cleanliness.

05/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
123. Shelly W.
Went away for a relaxing get away. Disappointed in the lack of cleanliness for an upscale hotel! Bathroom had hair everywhere, toilet not clean, etc. had to go get antibacterial wipes so I could at least wipe down everything and stay. Then...Saturday morning sleep in cut short by remodeling in the floor above. Called front desk but no results. Great location & view, but a big bummer.

07/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
124. Xavier A.
Right in downtown Seattle, close to Pike Place, clean, excellent staff, spacious rooms, great view of Space needle

WARNING: parking $35 per day

17/03/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
125. Ryna D.
We had to fly in to Seattle a night earlier than originally planned so as to avoid getting stuck because of bad weather. We booked a night here after landing. I must say, for the price it's not as good as one would expect it to be. It was clean but it needs a little refurbishing I think. Location is great though!

28/02/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
126. Meghan H.
Great downtown hotel!  Got a deal through Groupon so we got free parking (regular $35 per day) so all in all a reasonable rate.
Rooms were clean and service was friendly and helpful. Only beefs would be the pool in the basement that is a little neglected and freezing cold!!!  Room service and the restaurant is way overpriced for the quality but we wouldn't have even gone there had we not been traveling with our 3 year old and needed convenience
All in all though great location and we'd stay here again if we could get a deal again.

13/02/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
127. Andrea H.
This place seems like it used to be a nice hotel but it's outdated and the service is rude. They don't compromise in situations that call for it and Valet service is not worth $35 valet... More like $15. I have stayed at much nicer hotels for the same money. I suggest going elsewhere for the cost. Completely disappointed.

13/02/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
128. Robert W.
Horrible service, very rude manager Derek, assessing 250$ smoking penalty when there was no smoking in the room. Stayed there for 4 weeks, and will never stay there again as random charges were done on my bills.
Double check your bill before checking out and consider homewood suites as price range is the same and service is much better.

27/01/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
129. Karen Anne B.
I'd probably give this 3.5 stars if halfsies were an option. Generally a nice hotel. though as I look through the other reviews I see that I paid quite a bit more than others, not sure why. Perhaps just the area and time of year but  $278.28 (tax included) it was a bit high. I opted to reserve a room here because I wanted to have a hotel close to the light rail for when we needed to get to the airport, plus I wanted a place I felt secure leaving our bags for a few hours before we headed out.

Anyway, at check-in they told us that they upgraded our room and that the wifi was included with a room at that level. I find it odd that hotels still think this is a perk or that some charge you for it. It was a nice and clean room, pretty up-to-date but I'm really not sure what the upgrade was. We did have a nice view of the space needle. It was a bit noisy during the day but seemed to quiet down at night. The front desk area always seemed to be chaos though, and is a bit small but the staff was friendly.

If you can get a good deal here, definitely stay, but I'm not sure that it was worth the cost of almost double what I had paid for a room the first few days we were in town at another hotel.

15/07/13 | Link | Rating: 3.0
130. Robert C.
Again we spent 4 days at the Warwick, missed Lucy, but Joe the doorman was there for stimulating conversation.

Had the usual awesome time.

The overpriced internet is still there.

Peope who dock stars for the cost of parking, write this down! (It will be on the test)

The Warwick's Parking is the LEAST EXPENSIVE of any hotel in the vicinity.

And the location is just about perfect.

09/07/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
131. Connie S.
Beautiful Hotel, with excellent service. Would highly recommend this wonderful place.

02/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
132. Kelsey M.
I don't have anything to say about the hotel itself, because Groupon's system booked me for the wrong date and neither the Warwick Hotel nor Groupon would change the one night I spent $120 on to the night I had originally entered. Unfortunately, this means I will no longer be using either of their services.

05/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
133. Katie L.
Good hotel walking distance to the water and Pike's Place. The staff was very friendly. We ate at the restaurant a few days and the breakfast is much better than the dinner on all levels. Breakfast the service was great and food was delicious, for dinner the service was horrible and the food was undercooked, cold or not good.
Our room was nice, every room has a balcony (a small one). You can see the Space Needle from most rooms. The gym was decent. Bathroom was ok, bed was comfy.

27/11/13 | Link | Rating: 4.0
134. Sherry S.
My daughter's birthday was coming up and she said, let's go to Seattle! I would love to see the Space Needle! Off we went. I've stayed at a ton of hotels in Seattle and I just dig staying at different hotels. Yes I take my chances every time but that's what the adventure is all about in Yelpland anyway right?  Or in this case Seattle land.  And what a dynamite choice it was!  

I like my room up high enough away from noise and ice machines and all that hubbub when all is said and done. I actually like to nap in the middle of the day to be ready to party later on.  They put us up in the corner away from it all. Some hotels just ignore special requests but they took me seriously.  Speaking of naps, the bed is comfy comfy, comfy and lots of pillows. I prefer the harder pillows and found one just right.  The room was clean, well kept up. The bathroom was also clean and had some Gilchrist products for your bathing pleasures. Sometimes you'll see in a perfectly nice hotel room a little paint in the wrong place, or maybe a corner of the wallpaper is ripped off etc. Makes you feel the room is just not finished, not here!

Finally, after we had hit the Space Needle for some yummy brunch and the best view in the hood, we came back to find some lovely sparkling wine chilling along with some macaroons!  Great combo! They remembered her birthday!

Later on, once we were rested, we were ready to see the city lights, or dance the light fantastic, or, hey, how about just a chill place to drink a martini and get entertained by a bartender at the bar. They pointed us in the right direction and off we went!  Stay tuned for that little find sometime in the future right here!

06/08/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
135. S M.
I stayed at The Warwick while in Seattle for work. The lobby area was nice. They have a small area with sofas and a fireplace. Check-in was easy and the front desk person was kind enough to switch me to a room with somewhat of a view including the Space Needle. The wifi internet never connected while in my room. I was cold and wanted to bump up the thermostat and warm up the room. The temp would not go up passed 76F. I called and they sent a guy up. First he said that he'd bring over a portable heater. When he came back, he decided to press some buttons on the thermostat and let it go passed 76F. The bed was firm. I did ask them to bring over an extra blanket. The TV had a small selection of cable channels - not much there. The bathroom was smaller. I noticed a loud noise from the bathroom ceiling when the heat&a/c fan was running. It was irritating. Also, the sink water would not drain quickly so there was always lots of water in it. When I asked about a taxi to the airport, the front desk said that they'd have a towncar waiting at the time that I needed to leave to the airport. I provided them with my room number and the time. I saw the towncar waiting outside when I was walking into the hotel to get my luggage. About 5 minutes later, the car was gone. Apparently someone else took the towncar. This was frustrating because I had them set it up ahead of time for me. They had to call another car and I had to wait about 15 minutes for it to arrive for pick up. There is a restaurant at the hotel. I cannot really comment on it. They give you a coupon for a few dollars off, but there is a minimum  amount that must be spent.

27/02/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
136. Jhuwyne L.
Taking points off this place because the front desk service (I believe her name was Denise) was shit. She had no sense of customer service, and she seemed to be unhappy doing her job! She was a total bitch and you bet we called Corporate!

27/09/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
137. Moe E.
I am a low maintenance traveler. I want a clean room, priced well and within walking distance to everything. Warwick was right on for me. I had a corner room of a lower floor, not facing any sites but got it on the cheap. Those rooms are a plus unless you really want a view.

3 streets over and 1 street down was the beginning of Pike Place Market. 1/2 mile walk to the Space Needle and less than that to the train. It was just far enough away from everything to be pretty quiet at night but still had some good eating and drinking places a couple blocks north.

Balconies are about 25 inches wide, giving just enough room to stand on. May not be a big deal to some, but one of the major reasons why I went to Seattle was for the legalization. The balcony served me very well for that purpose.

Planning on another outing in the summer and will very likely stay here again.

25/11/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
138. J. K.
A comfortable hotel in Belltown close to everything. Book a room on one of the higher floors for space needle views. Our room had a terrace that you can stand on not sit.It's hard to find a place you can let fresh air in. To many people are suicidal and jumping. We don't like to be copped up in a room.The rooms need some renovation, but are still nice. Parking is expensive. Great location.

30/09/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
139. Quintein V.
The Warwick is probably my favorite hotel in the US.  I stayed here for a weekend in January during their remodel.  The hotel room itself had a direct view of the Space Needle.  I made sure to request a room with a view above the 5th floor beforehand.  Some of the other rooms face the parking garage which doesn't look too great.
The staff was incredibly accommodating.  I let them know that I was staying for my birthday and they sent up a complimentary bottle of wine and chocolate.

22/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
140. JB P.
I stay here when I come to Seattle on business. The location is very good - just a short walk to the waterfront, Lake Union, downtown, City Center, etc. But I can't recommend it for business travelers, based on one important factor. The rooms are terrible for plugging in electronics.

At the desk, there is a European-style power strip. Nearly impossible to get regular US style plugs into them. Have to push to the point of almost breaking the strip to find the right angle, and sometimes I've been unable to make them fit at all.

At the bed, you have the opposite problem. The wall sockets are also universal style, but are so loose that my plugs just fall out. I've had to wedge something against the plug to keep it in place.

If this was just one room, I'd mark it down as a fluke. But I've stayed here multiple times (company approved hotel) and every room has the same problem.

Otherwise, apart from feeling a little dated, the rooms are comfortable, and one side faces the Space Needle, making you feel that you are really in Seattle. But the power socket issues are really frustrating.

25/06/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
141. John S.
Excellent hotel. Older place, but very elegant and well maintained. Short, 4 block walk from the light rail station from the airport.

Front desk and bellman were most helpful - their recommendation of the Italian place right around the corner was spot on. Very close to all the downtown attractions - we walked everywhere.

Room was super clean and spacious. Internet was fast or the evening business correspondence. Very quiet, great value in downtown Seattle - we will be back to stay on the next trip to Seattle!!

31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
142. Bartek K.
I've stayed here a few times and by now I'm comfortable in saying it's OK but just OK. The rooms look and feel aged. Some don't smell so hot. You can tell that they once were smoking rooms. During one stay they put me on the floor that also doubles as office rentals?!?! That was weird. Overall the location is fine and walk-able in both directions from downtown and Bell town. The restaurant is fine but you should probably go to something better. They have their own parking garage here which is great if you also have a car. Seattle overnight parking rates apply at about $30. I've never had a room here with a good view. I've always been able to check in early though.

21/07/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
143. Tom V.
Wow this place surprised me.
I got this as a 3.5 Star hotel on Priceline and Poof , nice hotel, good location, FRIENDLY STAFF, and incredibly good value.
At checkout the bell captain took my bags, gave me a ticket, called a Cab for me and gave me advice on what to see at Pike's market and how long I had before returning.
FYI it's $50 to go to the airport via Taxi and $20 pp via the Shuttle Express

PROS
My room has a PERFECT view of the Space Needle
It's 8 minutes walk to Pike Marketplace And the Original Starbucks.
Bathroom was impeccable from the soaps to the shower head.
The decor of the waiting area is very nice.

CONS
While this is a candidate for a true 4 star hotel, I did notice by the Soda machine that one of the outlets is missing it's cover, a definite no no for anyplace with children.
The TV is just normal. No pay channels and no free movies.
Internet is $11-18 per day. ($11 is VERY slow)
No Handicap entrance from the parking lot (Stairs), you have to go outside and through the front door.

18/08/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
144. Chell L.
Great Location!
Hotel Front desk & Housekeeping...2 thumbs up!

Margaux Restaurant @ the hotel restaurant has a decent menu.  We enjoyed sitting by the window to people watch while dining.  

Location, Location, Location:  4 blocks from Pike Market and easy access to city bus service which was right across the street.  Walking distance to the light rail that takes you to the Space Needle.  

Movie theater across the street from hotel.

Ralph's market across the street from hotel.

08/07/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
145. Valerie K.
Horrible service? What? Disagree. We stayed here over my birthday weekend and enjoyed our stay very much.

We checked in probably an hour early, and there was no problem. Jesse asked us if we were there for a special occasion. When my boyfriend mentioned that it was my birthday, Jesse asked if we like wine. Um, yeeeees.

A bit later, a bellboy delivered a small bottle of red wine and four coconut macaroons from their restaurant, Margeaux's. What a lovely gesture!

Also, free parking! I'm not sure if that was a deal we had, or if that's standard now.

Our room was excellent, and the bed was super comfy. We'll definitely stay here again!

22/02/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
146. Annette D.
The rate was $349 dollars for a room with a king bed. The bed was horribly uncomfortable, the towels were very thin, and the kicker....we had absolutely no hot water.  

The hotel had a restaurant in it and it was ok, nothing to write home about and definitely not worth the price we paid but the waitress was really nice. Back to the hotel, I have stayed at much cheaper hotels and the rooms were much more comfortable but the hot water? I called the front desk to ask and was told there had been a problem with their boiler and to give it 30 minutes, I gave it 2 full hours and ended up taking the coldest shower of my life. The icing on the cake was the elevator ride to the lobby where I spoke with several people from different floors and they all had hot water. FML. the clerk behind the desk took a $100 off for the trouble but it still felt like I paid a lot of money for the Motel 6 experience.

31/08/14 | Link | Rating: 1.0
147. MICHAEL L.
It's not terribly far from the Convention Center or Pike's Place -- say 15+ minutes walk or so.  It's across the street from a mini-version of Ralph's grocery store, and that is good. Not much else makes this a memorable place to stay.

The small room I got has a sliding glass door that opens to nothing. There are rails that prevent you from walking outside, which would get you nowhere, because a huge concrete wall completely blocks the view.  I'm not sure why that wall is there, other than to make me feel like I am in a prison cell.  Verizon 3G, 4G, LTE, mobile networks cannot receive a signal, likely due to that lead-coated, Kryptonite-laced wall. Can you hear me now?  Can you hear me now?

The hair dryer uses some sort of European-type two pronged circular plug, the likes of which I have never seen in my 54-years of existence in North America, but there is no receptacle near the bathroom I can plug that into.  To dry my hair, I must walk to the side of my bed to plug that in, then call guest services to bring us an authentic USA-compatible "Euro Pro" hair dryer that is made in China.  Nothing against China by-the-way.

Make no mistake, the room is clean, but small and needs more light.  Restaurant is a bit pricey for mediocre food.  Shampoo, conditioner, and bath gel bottles are illegible unless you have a magnifying glass.  Bar soap is also very tiny.  

This didn't have to be such a bad review as the staff seems friendly enough, but with the summation of tiny annoyances, the negative details become more noticeable by the minute.

25/10/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
148. Christy B.
Location, Location, Location!! I stayed at the Warwick after purchasing a Groupon getaway for 4 nights. I can't say enough about the view and the close proximity to the local tourist spots! Beautiful views of the Space Needle, easy walk to pike place, so many restaurants and stores all within walking distance. That in and of itself was the best thing about this hotel. Because I booked my stay in a package deal, parking was included (normally $35/nt OUCH!), wi-fi was also included (I think $12 without deal). Those two things were nice ammenities as I've seen other local high end hotels charge upwards of $45/nt for parking - that adds up fast! The room was kind of on the small side, 2 queen beds, a small desk and a chair. Room was clean, there was a minibar in the room. Coffeemaker with decent coffee and hair dryer provided. Street noise can be expected d/t being right in the middle of downtown, but I found it to be tolerable. Rooms in this area are pricey, you're paying for location & views. But if you've never been to Seattle, it's worth the splurge and a great hotel to see the sights!

The only thing I really didn't care for at this hotel were the beds. They were too firm and not very comfortable. After 4 nights, my back was hurting! Maybe I'm just spoiled and used to a pillowtop w/ memory foam, but those beds made me miss home! lol

18/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
149. Linda N.
This place is fabulous. Service is awesome! It was my sister first time in Seattle and I wanted her to get the best experience. Elkey made sure we had a great experience. She was GREAT! The whole entire front desk staff to be honest. This place is walking distance to Pike Place Market. I had a great view of the Space Needle. I would definitely stay here again.

28/12/14 | Link | Rating: 5.0
150. Carmen C.
Stayed here recently and was pleasantly suprised. The location could not be better!!
Walk to everywhere you want to be.We had a view of the Space Needle and the water.
Nice room and great staff.

24/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
151. Marcy M.
We stayed here on 2/11/15, 18th floor, room facing Space Needle.  PROs: Room decor, fantastic view of space needle, very quiet, walking distance to space needle, centrally located.  CONs: No microwave, needed key brought up to our room to open fridge to put our own items in it.  Alarm went off at midnight in room next to us; needed to call front desk to have someone come up and turn it off.  Finding where to park was frustrating.  Parking is NOT off Lenora street, but off 4th street under the hotel; parking was also expensive.  We enjoyed the many amenities of the room, and of course, teh view and the quiet but not sure we would stay here again for the overall price we paid.

22/02/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
152. Trinity J.
I freakinggg love this place! I have stayed here twice and even though it is expensive I have always found an online deal for a great discounted rate. Last time I only paid $80 for the room. I always expect us to get a room on the  bottom floor but we requested a room with a view and right from our balcony you can see the city and the space needle! The staff is always so accommodating and the pool is open till 12!!! The fitness room is small but rarely used so I really enjoy going there. It's also walking distance from a lot of fun places. It's an upscale looking place with  amazing rooms but I never feel judged when I check in with my t-shirt and jeans haha

10/04/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
153. Joseph S.
The Good - Location was close to Pike Place and the view of the Space Needle was great.

The Bad - The website was misleading on what is defined as a suite. This room we have is not a suite and five people are now going to sleep in two beds in the same room. Don't expect help from Denise at the front desk...who was scolding me for not understanding the website. Right or wrong, this is *not* good customer service.

It's your call what you think of our opinion, but we won't likely come back or recommend this hotel any time soon.

24/08/14 | Link | Rating: 2.0
154. Rafael F.
This hotel has a great location, in the heart of a great neighborhood. The service we received while staying here was excellent. The staff paid great attention to detail and really helped us have an enjoyable time while we were visiting. I would recommend this hotel to anyone looking to stay in Seattle! We will return and I look forward to seeing the friendly staff again! Great view of the space needle, downtown views, central parking, close to great coffee, pastries, restaurants, and bars!! Did i mention a 10 minute walk to Pike Place Market!!!

22/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
155. Greg G.
Loved the location. Very close to pretty much everything. A little bummed they charge $35 a night for parking. For the price of the room I would be much more satisfied paying like $20 a night for the parking.
We had the executive king which was nice. The bed wasn't exactly luxury but adequate. I'd say it was worth the price. Its clean and well kept. The housekeeping staff was very accommodating and friendly our first night. Poor fellow made a trip to our room like three times. The bathroom was decent. Had a nice soaking tub. Didn't eat any meals at the restaurant cause it was a tad pricey but we did have dessert and it was delicious, especially the chocolate covered puff pastry with vanilla ice cream. Overall I'm very pleased with our stay and would recommend to anyone looking for mid range accommodations on their trip.

07/03/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
156. Sidney Z.
Great affordable place to stay without sacrificing quality or comfort! We lucked out with a 17th floor room which made all the difference (it's a 19 floor hotel) and it was facing the space needle directly so amazing view all weekend!!! Loved it. PERFECT location also - easy walking distance from all the top tourist spots such as the space needle, glass gardens, pike place market, the first starbucks store and all the fun shops on 1st avenue. Not a bad walk to the water or to international district restaurants by mercer.

It's also the last stop on LINK line so you can take the train to and from the airport and only have to walk a few blocks. So cheap!! $2.50 to get to or from the airport. $5 roundtrip. We paid $44 using a taxi on the way there which was kind of a trek to find in the airport. Walking a view blocks and hoping on the train which comes every 10 minutes is so worth it. Took about 40 minutes so schedule your time accordingly! Lots of signage in the airport for the public transit.

Denise at the front desk was super helpful and friendly and set us up with a great map and some ideas for the weekend. The whole staff was super helpful and the lobby is really nice to hangout in with the fireplace going. Parking seems to be very pricey so I would consider looking elsewhere or just rely on walking/public transit which is what we did. Totally doable in this location! Bell town is great for tourists but to get that semi local feel too. Lots of top rated restaurants super nearby to eat at too such as Lola (amazing brunch) and Serious Pie (amazing pizza and pie) - highly recommend both.

Would definitely stay here again - granted I got a similar room! Free wifi with code they give you. Bizarre balcony in the room - only a like a few feet out and very narrow. Doesn't feel like it's meant to walk on even though there's a nice sliding glass door leading out there. All and all was pleasant. Only issues were that our TV was super fuzzy, the blow dryer was really odd and weak, old not working iron. Bathroom was very small for such a large room. Docked a star for those things.

31/10/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
157. Sabriena M.
I travel often and I would have to say this hotel had the worst service ever.

   At check in I was given a room with the parking lot view the guy at the front desk said he upgraded me. With that kind of upgrade I wonder what else he would have gave me. The next day I called the front desk to see if I could upgrade my room and Derek the front desk manager said that the hotel was booked and he had nothing avail. I look online and guess what they had upgraded rooms avail. I called the front desk and I ended up getting my upgrade after mentioning the fact that I looked online.

As far as the location it's perfect if you would like to have horrible service than this is the place.

10/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
158. Bethany E.
Great location and service!

I wanted a hotel downtown with close proximity to the sights.  Nailed it!  We did get an airline discount as well so that kind of sealed the deal.  You are within a few blocks of Pike Place Market, the space needle, car rental facilities, light rail system and just a jaunt from Pioneer Square.  There is a Ralph's grocery directly across the street for your convenience!

Checking in was a breeze.  The front desk gentlemen working here were friendly and helpful for us visiting the city for the first time.  The rooms are clean and spacious.  We didn't have any issue with the daily maid service.  I'm not sure if they offer continental breakfast for guests but we wanted to eat in the city anyway.   I know the parking at the hotel is a bit spendy.  The car rental told us people would rent on a daily basis to avoid paying parking garage fees.  Smart!  Otherwise everything was great!

I would definitely stay here again when planning a trip here.

28/04/14 | Link | Rating: 4.0
159. Emily W.
The Warwick hotel delivered. My boyfriend and I stayed there for a night for a weekend getaway with a coupon deal. When we arrived, there was valet parking (which we didn't use). We found the parking garage (located around the corner from the main entrance, so don't get confused like we did), and someone offered to grab our luggage. We didn't have any. It was overnight, after all.

The staff at the lobby (oh! the lobby smells like fresh babies) were amazing. They heard we were in Seattle for a romantic getaway and immediately offered to upgrade our room to a premium room many floors up with a gorgeous view of the Space Needle. No extra charge. Plus Wifi and parking were unexpectedly included with our coupon. Um, hello customer service.

Location: Can you get any closer to everything?! We were within a few minutes walk of Pike Place Market. And let's be honest. That's where you go for all the good food. And there's a store across the street that sells wine until 2am, because it's never too late at night for booze.

The rest of the stay was uneventful. We are unobtrusive guests and didn't ask for anything else... no room service, etc. We didn't check out the rest of the hotel amenities. I was just so impressed by the hotel's classy simplicity and effortless customer service.

Oh, and the giant fluffy towels, countless poufy pillows (when there is more pillow coverage than bed space) and enough nice shampoo for two. The little details!

15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
160. Joe B.
We have been taking little weekend "staycations" at the Warwick for many years but it had been awhile until this weekend.  First thing you notice is that they are doing some updating of the front desk.  Check-in took place at a draped folding table but went very smoothly.

Our room was in the corner on the 4th floor facing the Cinerama which was fine with me.  It gave me a great view to look at the new mural on the theater.  The design of our room was certainly not 5 star but it was tasteful with many good features.  The hotel is a bit old and it shows in some places but they do a good job of putting on a good face on things.

05/01/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
161. Megan M.
My boyfriend and i stayed here for a night for our anniversary. We got a deal off of groupon. Very nice and clean. Great view and it is in walking distance to pike place and the waterfront. Beds were comfy and the bar/lounge had great drinks! Staff was very friendly. Our room was very clean and comfy. We stayed in room 1513 and the city view was beautiful.

19/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
162. Michael S.
I was really surprised at this gem of a hotel in Seattle. Before staying here, I'd actually never heard of the hotel chain, but was told good things before I traveled by family that seemed to give me good omens.

Boy, were they right. I stayed two nights, and I was pleasantly surprised at how good my experience was (I may have lower standards due to staying with Hilton / Marriott most of my travelling life).

Let's first talk about some great things about this place, then segue into the less-awesome things afterwards.

First off: That view. Ho-ly shoot. I can't begin to describe how much I was in awe, just standing on the (tiny) balcony and looking out in the Seattle skyline. My room wasn't in view of the Space Needle, but I was still able to see quite a decent amount of skyline -- hopefully I'll be able to upload those photos to be included in my review.

Next up: Internet access. Free (finally), decently fast, and reliable. The code you get works for five devices, which is perfect, since I brought with me a laptop, iPad, smartphone, and iPod touch.

Thirdly: Service! It was great for the concierge desk to tell me a lot of things about the hotel and about the area around the hotel. Definitely a +1.

Lastly: The standard single-room size is pretty generous! I had a queen bed and a couch that could turn into a pull-out bed, with the linen in the closet. I had a mini-fridge, which was nicer than having to store all of my water in ice buckets all night. The TV was nice and large, and there was an iPod dock (with iPhone 4-esque cabling; no lightning yet?!?!) beside the bed, which thankfully had a USB charge-port on it, as well as an Auxiliary to plug into my iPod Touch 5th Gen to plan music with.

I think the only things that stuck me were the lack of straightforwardness of the lighting. It took me about 20 minutes to figure out where all the light switches and knobs were, since it wasn't necessarily obvious (one of the lamps I had to rotate this knob in an obscure area underneath the lamp that I only figured out when I wanted to take it apart to figure it out). That, and the remote didn't work for the television my first night's stay, but since it was quickly remedied the next day, I'm not too bitter about it.

The other thing that kinda made me sad was the fitness center. The pool wasn't big, but since I didn't bring my swimming trunks, I didn't get a chance to test the waters - but since I could see it from the fitness center, my only comments are that both the fitness center and the pool were tiny relative to other hotels in the area and in my experience. The fitness center only had a treadmill, stairmaster, elliptical, sitting lateral bike, a bench and a weight rack with dumbbells (no barbells or free weights). There weren't enough mats for me to do pushups or planks on, and since I wasn't a fan of the cleanliness of the carpet, my workout became restricted to cardio-only when I was staying here.

Last gripe (this time about the room) was the tininess of the bathroom. I couldn't open the bathroom door and sit down on the toilet at the same time -- that's how small the bathroom was. The door couldn't fully open since it would hit the bathtub/shower after opening 100 degrees. While the bathroom itself was quaint and new, the size of it is definitely something that could have been better thought out.

I'll make a separate review for the attached restaurant to the hotel, but that TL;DR is basically "overpriced, no beer selection, happy hour not worth it, coupons don't work for breakfast which sucks because who sticks around for lunch or dinner in SEATTLE", just as a heads up.

Overall Hotel TL;DR: Gem in the rough, great area, great view, stay here if you're in town; it's pretty central to Belltown, and you're close to pretty much everything in the downtown core. #worth!

01/02/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0
163. Candid W.
The hotel is ok

The check-in was fast and friendly. She explained me all the needed things and was also helpful with some restaurant recommendations.

The room was clean, and a little bigger than standard size. Bed and bath were ok as well. Definitely ok for a few nights.

But I was really disappointed by the breakfast. As it was included in my room price I thought I give it a go. I had to wait 5 minutes for someone to get me seated, although the place was nearly empty. I went for the continental, but had to wait 10 minutes to get my muffin and croissant. Meanwhile my tea was cold. I assume they re-heated the food in the microwave, as I could not taste any difference between the two. both were tasteless. Next day I went to a shop and bought some breakfast.

26/10/14 | Link | Rating: 3.0
164. Peijean T.
Amazing experience staying on the 9th floor at the Warwick Hotel on my recent trip to Seattle.

I will return for these reasons:
1) Perfect location. It's technically in Belltown, but right on the edge of downtown Seattle so you get a better price without sacrificing convenience. Very close to Westlake Center, which is a transportation hub with access to buses, the light rail, and even the monorail. I could walk to the Space Needle/Seattle Center/EMP, or take a $4.50 Uber ride, or take the monorail from Westlake for $2.50. You can also hop on the #40 bus nearby and go to hip neighborhoods like Fremont and Ballard in about 25 minutes. It's also about a block from the flagship location of the famous Top Pot Doughnuts, and walkable to Pike Place Market.

2) Safe location right across the street from the upscale Cinerama and Tom Douglas' popular posh restaurant Dahlia Lounge.

3) Fantastic customer service. Friendly staff at the front desk and service workers. Maybe it's Seattle hospitality, but it's also good hotel service. At other hotels in other cities I've had problems where I've called the front desk and waited upwards of 15-20 minutes for help to arrive. Here, when I called for a toothbrush/paste (and microwave, see #4) help arrived in a flash.

4) A refrigerator in my room! I expect this less and less so it was good to find it already there when I first checked in. There was no microwave so I called the front desk on my second night to ask if there was one downstairs. They said "no, but we can bring one up to your room." Minutes later, a guy brought and set up a microwave for me in my room!

5) One of the quietest hotels I've been in! I did notice that around 830am I heard a lot of doors opening and closing on both mornings which was a little annoying but I should have been up by then anyway

6) Price was comparable to others in downtown, but they had a huge discount for booking an advance non-refundable rate ($119/nt plus taxes versus $150/nt), which was perfect if you know you won't have to make changes. My rate included free wi-fi Internet.

7) Though the building looks old on the outside, it was modernized inside with a beautiful lobby and quick elevators. The gym, in the basement level, however was not upgraded and cramped, with the ceiling looking like it was in need of some repair. The hot tub was out of order when I was there.

8) Because it's Macy's museum month in February, the hotel also hooked me up with a Seattle Museum Month pass that I used for 50% off admission to the EMP and Chihuly museums! You could also use it at the Seattle Aquarium, Seattle Art Museum, and other places you want to go.

17/02/15 | Link | Rating: 5.0
165. Jess C.
The Warwick is a no frills hotel. It's like a time hop to the 90s and the hallways smell like a dorm. The rooms are clean enough and I appreciate the renovated bathrooms, albeit small. Overall, decent but wouldn't return.

Pros:
* small swimming pool and jacuzzi. Mostly empty.
* small sauna.
* conveniently located near pikes place.
* mini bar to store leftovers
* decent wide screen LG tv and cable.
* good views (if you're lucky!)
* cheap

Cons:
* Curt concierge
* SLOWWW internet (sometimes)
* minimalistic gym (1 old treadmill, sitting bike, stair master, and elliptical and a weight set and ball). A small terrible TV.
* SLOWWW elevators  (sometimes)
* my room smelled like ozone (aka ionic room deodorizer. aka cancer)
* not so comfortable bed.

12/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
166. Aaron S.
This place gets a star for location and a star for the view (if you get the correct room) of the space needle.

Location:
It doesn't get much better than this as far as location goes. You are within a 15 min walk of everything you want to do in Seattle, which includes the space needle, pikes market and TONS of restaurants.

View:
You have to get the luxury something or other room to be able to get a view of the space needle. Our view was fantastic.

Service:
I've stayed in MANY hotels and I can say this hotel had staff that didn't seem to care AT ALL about our stay. Maybe we just had the bad luck of interacting  with the only 3 melancholy employees they have but, we were very disappointed. Upon check in, we greeted by an emotionless drone. "Name, ID, credit card" "here is your room number, goodbye" I first just thought, maybe he is having a bad day and our experience with staff will be better, I was wrong.

The next night I went down to the front desk to inquire about a couple of forks so my wife and I could enjoy some cheese cake that we bought. The front desk woman looked at me annoyingly and said, "why would we have forks at the front desk". I was just looking for some help. I definitely wasn't looking for attitude, but that's all I got.  She literally gave me no help at all, not even a suggestion on where around their I might be able to purchase a fork. Maybe she was having a bad day too.

We stayed for four nights and had a room cleaned a total of 1 time. I really didn't care after we got back to the room the second day we were there (we got back at 7pm). I called down to the front desk and let them know it didn't get cleaned and it wasn't a big deal but we would need some new towels. He didn't apologize for the fact our room wasn't cleaned he just said "ok" and hung up. The third day of not being cleaned I called down and finally complained about it not being cleaned again, the guy just said "OK, we'll send someone up", no apologies or empathy. To there credit they did actually come up and clean within 20 mins of my complaint.

I've stayed in many 5 star hotels and I've stayed in motels. This was by far the worst customer service that I have received from multiple employees. I'll get a bad apple here and there at a hotel, but never a bushel of bad apples. The three bad experiences came from three separate employees.

I hope this review reaches the right person. I'm sure they are great people, maybe they hate their jobs or maybe they need a reminder on how to treat customers. I won't be staying here and I will be recommending all my traveling friends not to stay here either.

03/01/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
167. Kendra S.
This hotel is all about the location. It's a no frills, basic hotel but that was good enough for me. It's clean and safe. For some reason our room (406) was literally behind the elevator and between a building. Limited cell phone service or wifi unless you splurge for the $12 wifi or premium $19. My parents had a room on the corner and they had service. With that said, our room was super noisy with the elevator. Luckily, I brought ear plugs. The hotel offers a complimentary pack n play for the baby with blankies. I enjoyed the heated pool, hot tub, and sauna. The gym is small and has free weights, flat bench, couple tread mills, elliptical, stair master. Complimentary newspaper and $5 coupon for the onsite restaurant. The beds were comfy, king sized and over all our room was on the bigger side. The house keeping staff was really nice and helpful. It's a good choice if your on a budget and want to be close to the action but skip the $300 nightly price tag on the fancier hotels.

20/05/15 | Link | Rating: 3.0
168. Megan G.
1/2 star for the restaurant and 1/2 star for the security guy who helped us at 3am to quiet down our neighbors.  Attitudes of employees there was negative.  It was like everyone hated their jobs there. When we booked our hotel and when we checked in they bragged about their pool/spa - that was why we chose Warwick... Checked in, got bathing suits on, and went to the pool room only to find it out of order.  THEY LIED! We asked when it went out of order and they said the night before... They could have told us that when we asked SPECIFICALLY about the pool.  The walls are PAPER THIN.  Our neighbors were soooo loud, kept us up until 3am (when we finally decided to call security).  THEN We got a loud pound on our door at 4:30am, only to find the parking bill left under our door.  REALLY? they had to wake us up for that?  We heard creaking sounds throughout the night, sounded like someone was trying to open our door... Creepy... Did NOT get a good nights sleep, woke up every hour due to noise and not feeling safe.

Room service adds tax, 18% gratuity AND $3 delivery charge... $6 charge if you drink the bottled water in the room.  

Room was clean for most part, but they didn't have fitted sheets, they used a regular straight sheet to cover the mattress which, obviously, came off easily.

The wash cloth that they provided wrapped up by the soaps and bathroom stuff was stained yellow in spots - supposed to be white; we threw it away.

Parts of the floor in the bathroom looked like it had mold stain.

When we checked out the front desk person asked how our stay was and I said "actually, it was awful" - she didn't ask for more information - didn't try to resolve the situation; just said "ok, you're all set, have a good day" and had a sass-face..

I would NEVER recommend this hotel and will NEVER stay there again.  Never ever.

15/03/15 | Link | Rating: 1.0
169. Lauren S.
My bff and I stayed here trying to have a girl's night last weekend and it was so janky. We chose this hotel because it was affordable but still looked really nice and had a pool and hot tub!

First order of business: make drinks and hot tub! When checking in we were told that the pool/hot tub were open 'til midnight, so you can imagine our faces when we got down there in bathing suits and slippers with drinks in hand at 5pm and there was just a sign taped up that said pool/sauna closed.  Fuuuuuuuuuuck we looked dumb and were really sad. We went to the front desk and asked what happened and were greeted with "it's not OUR fault!" Oh really?

Apparently someone had OD'd the pool on chlorine but this was NOT the hotel's fault. Man, some kind of "I'm so sorry that you two were really looking forward to doing that and now you can't." would have sufficed.

Learning lesson for all stupid people in the service industry: Even if something is not your own PERSONAL fault, IF it is the fault of someone who works in your establishment (EVEN IF IT IS CONTRACTED OR HIRED OUT LABOR) it's your fucking fault. A sincere apology goes a long way.

As we waited for the elevator to go back to our room we heard a guy ask "Did somebody die over there?!" They had half the lobby covered in caution tape which looked really sketch. "THEY'RE CLEANING THE COUCH" barked the not-OUR-fault guy. Omg by this time I'm laughing hard.

Somebody banged on our door at 4am...like a lot. When my friend went to check it out she just found an invoice slipped under the door for the parking garage...so sketch. Idk if you've ever experienced repeated banging on your door while you are dead asleep in a pitch black room but it's terrifying.

While waiting in line to check out we heard them telling a young woman that the parking garage is a private company so the hotel was already charged and they would be charging her even though she didn't use the space. I was like woooowwwww this place is not going to comp shiiiiit.

Other than all of this, the place was really clean and really nice and really enjoyable but the Not-Our-Problem attitude of the whole staff (except the nice Asian woman who checked us in) was kind of appalling. It was like a Motel 6. Actually, that's degrading to a Motel 6.

When the woman at the front desk asked how our stay was in the morning my friend let her know that we'd be leaving a negative review and why...
"Okay, you're good to go." That was all she said.

I don't think you need any more of my thoughts on that.

16/03/15 | Link | Rating: 2.0
170. Thyais M.
The hotel was lovely. After driving in the city for what seemed like a really long time (I really hate those darn one way streets!) I finally found the parking garage which is attached to the hotel. We had the option of either doing valet parking or self parking (we chose self parking, I'm frugal after all). They offered to help us with our luggage, what little there was of it.
The room was spacious & had all the amenities one could ask for. My kiddo loved the slippers & the robes & she insisted on taking the Warwick umbrella (which I hope was complimentary). It was a battle keeping her away from the mini fridge with all the cookies & candy & chips but no matter how much I love my kiddo I was not willing to pay $3 for a snickers.
My favorite feature was the view of the city at night which included the Space Needle. We were on the 16th floor so the view was really great. So much so that we kept the curtains open all night to enjoy it.
I would definitely do this hotel again.

10/04/15 | Link | Rating: 4.0