Ratings based on 42 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
4.4 Room cleanliness
4.6 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.3 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Posted May 11, 2015
Very friendly staff, nice house in a nice neighbourhood, close enough to city center
for Business Travelersby Siobhan from Olympia
Quaint & ComfortablePosted Mar 24, 2015 on Hotels
Tina was very kind & set us up in the master suite. The neighborhood is beautiful with plenty of parking. Unfortunately we did not have breakfast as we had to leave early in the morning. We would definitely stay there again!
for Business Travelersby Ali Hussein from pasco
Cleanliness of room/hotelPosted Dec 9, 2014 on Hotels
Quality of service
for Personal Eventby Kathy from Utah
Mozart Guest HousePosted Oct 17, 2014 on Hotels
Perfect location, hostess. Loved our stay
for Couplesby A verified traveler from Toronto, Canada
Recent stay at Mozart Guest HousePosted Oct 13, 2014
Cons: An in-room bar fridge.
Location: Volunteer Park Outstanding residential architecture Seattle Asian Art Museum #10 bus to take you downtown (shopping; Pikes Place Market, etc.)
My husband and I stayed at Mozart Guest House for six nights. The room was spacious, as was the en-suite bathroom. The proprietor was gracious and accommodating and the location was ideal. We had the ability to explore the beautiful neighborhood, the gorgeous Volunteer Park which housed the Seattle Asian Art Museum (wonderful Japanese Art Deco show!). We were 20 minutes from downtown via the #10 bus which stops a few yards from the Guest House. A rental car was not needed. Neighborhood bakeries, restaurants, coffee shops and banks were within easy walking distance. .
for Couplesby Dave from San Diego
Cozy, cute, and funPosted Sep 25, 2014 on Hotels
Stayed for one night here, and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. Our room was small, but comfortable, and the overall atmosphere was very warm and inviting. Definitely would stay again!
Recommendedby Allan & Dawn from Sunbury, NC
The full seattle experience and the history!Posted Sep 19, 2014 on Hotels
We loved it so much we wanted to exchange the 2 days after our cruise and come back yo Mozart! This house is amazing, and the Wonderful lady that owns and runs it, Tina is just awesome...the hospitality, and the breakfasts, mmm fresh homemade croisants, and breakfast cooked anyway you like! AMAZING! One block from Park and within walkin distance to town...very historical area with much to see, very friendly folks! Tell Tina "Allan and Dawn say hello and thanks again!
for Business Travelersby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 25, 2014 on Hotels
for Couplesby Ryan from Portland
Not the gem I was hoping forPosted Aug 10, 2014 on Hotels
Pros: The Mozart Guest House is very good looking on the outside. It's in a big old mansion, surrounded by big old mansions. The bus stops to downtown are super close and their is ample street parking. I was able to park my car and bus to all the touristy places which allowed me to save a ton on parking. Volunteer Park is around the corner. This park is super good looking. If you're able-bodied and can make the climb, check out the Water Tower. You'll be able to see some amazing city views for free. If only this review was for the neighborhood. Cons: Awkwardly, we arrived and no one was available to check us in. I called the number listed on the hotels.com site a few times with no response. The front door was open and we were able to wander freely all over the house as nothing was locked and everything was open giving me a bit of a concern for security. The host made a big deal about checking in on time and I was frustrated to find that she wasn't there, especially because we went out of the way to be able to check in on time just for her. As I was relaxing in the bed of the room I thought might be mine the host finally called to say their were keys on the front porch. She sounded annoyed that the front door was unlocked and was forceful in the requests that we lock the doors on our way out as of we were the insolent children who left them open. The bed was firm and comfortable enough, but the furniture was dowdy and the bed clothes were tired. The house was very cluttered but fairly dust free. I liked that the rooms had their own bathrooms, but the bathroom was as small as an airplane's. The bath amenities were more like what you'd find staying at grandma's house. Discount shampoos and soaps in full size bottles that everyone in the room before us had handled. The reviews speak highly of the breakfast and it was ok. The host had asked us what time we wanted breakfast but seemed agitated when I was poking around downstairs 30 minutes early. I was merely looking for a cup of coffee. The breakfast was like the rest of the house, much handled by previous guests. We were offered a few options which was nice; but those much talked about croissants were limited to one each. The host noted it was our own fault since we wanted a late breakfast. I would not recommend this b&b nor would I stay there again.
for Overnight Stay Before Destinationby A verified traveler
Posted Aug 8, 2014 on Hotels