Ratings based on 461 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.5 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.5 Room comfort
2.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler
blehPosted Feb 6, 2014
Hotel in total state of disrepair. Temp up button missing on heater/ac. Bathroom counter loose from wall. No breakfast as promised. Sketchy elevator controls.
by Joey from Seattle
uhhPosted Dec 6, 2013
just a creepy motel
by A verified traveler
BrutalPosted Dec 5, 2013
Door knob was broke as well as the knobs and panel on the heat pump, never controlled the heat. Never even stayed, left before midnight!!!
Never again .Posted Dec 2, 2013
Recommendedby Totally Dissatisfied from Seattle Center
Save Money at another Hotel!Posted Nov 30, 2013 on Hotels.com
The room was dirty. The heat did not work. The free breakfast was stale muffins & awful coffee. Save your money on hotel somewhere else. The worst hotel stay in my entire 50 years on earth! Period!
for Personal Eventby A verified traveler
Convenient access to Seattle CenterPosted Nov 27, 2013 on Hotels.com
The motel is really only a couple blocks from Seattle Center. You pay for parking with your room, but you'd have to pay anyway around that area. It's definitely not a luxury motel, but it works for an overnight stay. It's a bit confusing to get to off of the Aurora Blvd. Breakfast was offered, but we didn't go.
by A verified traveler
Dirty, Creepy, and surprised it was on ExpediaPosted Nov 24, 2013
Cons: This hotel should not be offered on Expedia.
I have used Expedia for years traveling all over the world- booking in advance and last minute, and have continually had positive experiences. Until now. My husband and I found an amazing dinner spot with one of our favorite wines, and decided to treat ourselves and stay in the city. I booked a hotel "near me" on Expedia on my phone from the dinner table and didn't think twice about it. We ended up getting there very late in the evening, and it was something out of a horror movie- cigarette burns in the carpet, stains on the furniture.. we ended up sleeping in all the layers of our clothes and leaving promptly as soon as we were able. Let me case this by saying we've stayed in some pretty shady places in different countries. This isn't a first-time traveler review, this is a stay away from this place review. I am extremely disappointed with Expedia, and realize now I may have extended too much trust to them in aiding me with booking a hotel. Eighty bucks down the drain. Sad.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from seattle
To oldPosted Nov 18, 2013
Place looks like from the 70s, smells, hard to reach, overall just bad. Won't ever return
by Kiki from Vancouver, BC
Don't stay here - price not worth itPosted Nov 4, 2013
Pros: The breakfast was nice but was only served from 6am till 9am so we missed it one of the mornings.
Location: Everything was pretty much walking distance. We walked to Pike Place from here in 20 minutes. The Space Needle pretty much shares the same parking lot
This hotel is old and pretty much falling apart. The reason we stayed here is because it was cheap and it had wifi and free breakfast. Our room did not get wifi though because it was too far away from their modem so we had to go into the lobby to use any of our devices. Our room was awful - it looked like the door had been kicked in at one point so it did not shut properly and there was a huge gap so you could still see into the hallway when the door was closed. The toilet was not installed properly so whenever you sat down it sunk into the floor. Our bathtub was disgustingly dirty. The curtains did not close all the way so it was bright almost all the time. Not to mention the hotel is on a highway overpass so it is very loud in the room all night. The bed was old and lumpy. Only 1 outlet in the room worked so to use the TV you had to unplug the lamp or whatever else you had plugged it. The whole hotel smelt like bleach from the pool that looked like a swamp that hadn't been used in years. Do not stay here. There 5 other hotels surrounding it that are franchises (Travelodge, Best Western etc) and worth the couple of extra bucks...
by dany from portland
Construction disasterPosted Oct 28, 2013
Horrible stay and unfriendly staff. Massive construction right outside our window non stop. Early morning till evening all weekend. And during the night they left on huge bright construction lights all night so out room barely got dark.