Ratings based on 587 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.4 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.4 Room comfort
2.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
Hard times for this hotelPosted Feb 16, 2015
Very minimal. Heater didn't work well first night. breakfast minimal, coffee - only powdered cream substitute, only bagels and muffins, no protein. Lots of construction in area, had trouble getting to and from the hotel. Not a pleasant experience. Occasionally the room seemed to tremble. (Something going on with tunneling underground?) I'm sure the construction hurts their business a lot and they're probably struggling to endure through it. I hope it turns into a nicer place once they get a better income stream.
by A verified traveler
Posted Feb 16, 2015
Hotel is falling apart wifi sucked cable sucked half channels kept going in and out they couldn't offer any more blankets hardly any outlets and TV kept coming unplugged because cord was stretched so far
by A verified travelerfrom Portland
Felt uneasy the whole timePosted Jan 19, 2015
Pros: Location in Seattle near my son. Period!
Cons: Tear the place down.
Location: Near Space Needle
Dingy, dilapidated, depressing - room and building. Right on the highway, noisy, with windows that were moisture imbedded and could not be seen through. The bathroom was sad - old fixtures, no water pressure, with cracked tile on the floor and a very cheap looking faux-artistic paint job. The lighting was poor (which was probably a good thing.) Why would Expedia even have this as a listing? ! Sad, sad, sad.
for Couplesby A verified traveler
only stay here if its the last optionPosted Dec 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
It's one of the worst hotels. Its hard to get to, there is nothing near it for food, the beds are uncomfortable, the tv only had a few stations. There was only 1 car parked when I was there which was the 1 employee's car so it felt weird being the onto one's in a hotel. It felt like the price should have been like $30 or $40 but I paid over $100 plus they still took a deposit for "incidentals" even though there wasn't anything of value in the room. There wasn't even an extra blanket or pillows. There was no robe or anything extra. I was told there was free wine at night and free breakfast in the morning but there was no wine and the breakfast was just muffins and coffee. The woman at the desk very rudely informed me of this. She was stern about informing me of the no smoking rule, but after I put my bags in the room I walked downstairs and I smelled a bunch of smoke which made me sick. So I didn't like anything about that hotel.
by A verified travelerfrom seattle
pay more and stay at another placePosted Nov 4, 2014
Cons: everything this place should be bulldozed
I chose this place based on price....... I should have slept in my car and paid for a gym membership for a shower.
Recommendedby dadfrom chicago
Near the new tunnelPosted Oct 27, 2014 on Hotels.com
The area was like a bomb had hit it considering it is next to the outlet of the new Seattle Tunnel.It will be good when finished.
for Personal Eventby nathanielfrom eugene, oregon
For the price and location, not badPosted Oct 21, 2014 on Hotels.com
It's not the fanciest hotel, but for the price and location, it's not bad. There is always construction going on here. I have stayed at this hotel maybe 4 or 5 times in the last ten years, and there has been heavy construction going on in the surrounding area every time. This last trip was a bit extreme, as the hotel was literally the only standing structure on the whole block. I honestly wonder how much longer this hotel will remain, as the real estate prices in this neighborhood will be skyrocketing, with the bill and melinda gates fouindation looming right next door, and another very large building being built right behind the hotel. This hotel is a throwback to a different time, pre-gentrification, and I recomend it to anybody who is looking for an affordable hotel in seattle.
by A verified traveler
Up against a construction zone.Posted Oct 7, 2014
Very old and our window was cracked. Our toilet was broken most of the time. It's just very rundown. Like one of those creepy old hotels in horror movies
Recommendedby A verified traveler
City Driving Nightmare!Posted Oct 1, 2014 on Hotels.com
We came from the north to stay there for the weekend. Little does the hotel warn that there is MAJOR construction, so the streets gps says to take are all closed. Took us about an extra 20 minutes to figure out what to do. The heads up would have been nice. When we finally check in, we are told to pay for parking (really? After the havoc we just went through to find you???) and our room's carpet is soaked from being shampooed. When we complained, one of the owners just said, "we'll move you, but don't touch anything in there so it's ready for use." Moved to the next room where the mini fridge was leaking and soaking the carpet as well.... At that point we didn't bother. Oh and our deposit is still being held....many days later. Wow.
by A verified travelerfrom Yakima, WA
DO NOT STAY HEREPosted Sep 30, 2014
Pros: The only thing I like was the lady at checkout who recommended and gave excellent directions to a great breakfast restaurant.
Cons: Brand new beds, furniture, linens and carpet without bed bugs. Ice machines on all floors.
Location: The location itself was a busy one with a busy highway right next to the hotel BUT the Space Needle was close by if you're going to check that out.
I figured for the price and how close it was to downtown without having to pay a lot more compared to other hotels for one night I'd give this hotel a shot. Upon arrival I was disappointed by the amount of construction going on around the hotel, seemed like there was construction on every side. When I stepped into the lobby for check in I immediately was welcomed by the stench of what to me smelled like bad body odor. I checked in with a young man who charged $100 deposit that would be released midnight after checkout which I still haven't received yet. Anyway, I go to my room and the keys don't work, so I go back to the lobby and on the way I notice they only have one ice machine for 3 floors and is located down in the lobby. The room itself wasn't terrible for the price, however, I didn't spend that much time in the room since I had a Mariner's game to catch. We called for a cab but was told it might be awhile since the place was surrounded by construction and no one like to go to the hotel due to that. It was a day after I went home that I was truly disappointed and upset, waking up to a bed bug on my pillow. I do not have bed bugs and the Seattle Pacific Hotel is the only place I stayed and could have possibly picked up the bed bug(s) after all the place smelled bad, contained old furniture in both the lobby area and the hotel room itself.