Ratings based on 526 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.5 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.4 Room comfort
2.0 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
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
by A verified traveler from 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.
by A verified traveler
awfulPosted Sep 23, 2014
Cons: outlet in bathroom should work for hair dryer, one outlet with power strip with t.v, cable box, microwave, and fridge in main area,
Location: was 2 blocks for space needle so was 1 good thing I guess
a motel6 for $45 a night was better expedia should ashamed for having them on their list
by A verified traveler from Portland, OR
Worst. Hotel. Ever.Posted Sep 15, 2014
Getting someone to the front desk was somewhat difficult. Spackle up in the lobby. Doors that needed to be slammed to shut. Weird stains on the floor and mattress. Sheets coming off the beds because they don't fit properly. Spackle used to try to cover up the broken-off areas of the bathroom counter. Weird paint job used to disguise how much spackle was used in the bathroom. Electrical outlets overloaded with plugged-in appliances. The toilet paper holder was falling out of the wall. Chair in the room had upholstery coming off because it was so old. Old, decrepit loveseat randomly placed in corner of the hallway had no legs.
by A verified traveler
Posted Sep 15, 2014
Horrible. Worst hotel ever! So dirty and just disgusting.......
by A verified traveler from Tacoma, WA
A dump.Posted Sep 15, 2014
Place should be torn down. I thought the only good thing was it had a full size coffee maker but it didn't even work. I took it to desk and they didn't even replace it. I will NEVER go there again.
by A verified traveler from Southern California
Horrible...and cannot believe we spent $199 at thiPosted Sep 14, 2014
Pros: It was humorous to see the guy sweeping the parking lot with a vacuum at 12:30 at night!
Cons: Just about everything! Update, refurbish, paint so it won't smelllike many years of smoke, and replace the cracked mirrors, and that would be just th
This hotel needs to be closed down. Sorry for the staff, but talk about a flea-bitten hotel...this is just that place! There wasn't even a soapdish for the soap. It has seen it's day and to have paid $199 for a one night stay there makes me nauseous! Can't even believe that Expedia would have this on their website!
by A verified traveler from Olympic Peninsula
UnacceptablePosted Sep 13, 2014
Pros: Receptionist was pleasant.
Location: Location is on a BUSY road and although close to the Space Needle (hence the outrageous price), the major road construction was an issue.
The staff was nice, that was the only decent thing about this hotel. Couple blocks from the Space Needle but major construction behind the hotel. Should have mentioned that on their web site. When you walk in the lobby it looks fine, but on the way to our room we noticed an unpleasant odor and turning a corner in the hall there was a sofa that looked like it should have been out on the street with a "FREE" sign on it. Didn't give us a good feeling. The room was even worse. Only window was broken and taped together. The carpet was so badly stained and loose all over. Didn't want to remove our shoes. Had problems with the TV remote not working and the back would fall off spilling the batteries. Toilet would not stop running. In addition to all this, it was very expensive plus had to pay to park in their parking lot! The pictures online did not depict how this place really looked. Sad.
by A verified traveler from Vancouver
Rundown hotel charging $180 per nightPosted Sep 11, 2014
Pros: The afternoon/evening clerk friendly and helpful.
Cons: A demolition would be required. The outdoor pull is half filled with dirty water and looks like it hasn't been used in ten years.
Location: near the Space Needle.
Run down hotel in the middle of a war (construction) zone. First room stank despite two windows already wide open when I walked in. Window did not fully close so got to hear Aurora Ave. all night. Got some guff from the clerk when I switched rooms the next morning. He then was slow to put together the Continental breakfast (five minutes late...too busy reading the newspaper) despite my standing there and waiting.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Salem, OR
locationPosted Sep 8, 2014
Cons: update the building, rather dated and could use some TLC
Location: ease of access to downtown, aquarium. Century Link field, Safeco within 10 mintues via taxi
Hoping the construction going on around the place will bring updates to the current building. Made it tricky getting into, but had parking on site....$10...worth it! It is rather dated, old, but location is great, ease to downtown, Century Link field, Safeco. Staff was very nice, pleasant. We were in town for one night to watch a football game. We would stay again.