Ratings based on 501 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
2.5 Room cleanliness
2.6 Service & staff
2.4 Room comfort
2.1 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Longview, WA
AwfulPosted Aug 25, 2014
I booked this hotel out of desperation because there wasn't very much available during the dates I needed considering I needed 2 rooms for 2 nights. I expected it to be dated and have to walk a bit. When we arrived at 6:00 pm there was construction surrounding the property but it wasn't running. We figured it had shut down for the day. When we returned late that night it was going full force and ran all night long. Huge, heavy machinery dropping concrete into a dump truck outside our window! Squeaking trucks and back up beeping. There were also work lights set up so they could work throughout the night that glared into the windows. My friend attempted to sleep in her car and in the bathroom in an attempt to get away from the sounds and lights. There was no way we could stay another night. The front desk clerk said we could not have a refund for the second night and to call the manager on Monday. We found another hotel and spent part of our day napping to recover from the experience. Expedia attempted to reach the manager today but they said to call again tomorrow. I don't have high hopes for getting the second night refunded. I understand that they can't control the construction but they should be more understanding when people get there and find out. We weren't asking for a refund for the night we stayed, only the night we weren't staying.
by A verified traveler from Calgary, AB
clean but in need of repairPosted Aug 24, 2014
Pros: Very clean, and walking distance to tourist central.
Cons: Extremely run down.
Walking distance to Space Needle and tourist attractions. Very noisy location. Hotel in very poor repair, however, owners keep property very clean. "Continental breakfast" same every day, either a bagel, or a cake type muffin, and an apple.
by A verified traveler
Unless it is $30/day this hotel is not worthPosted Aug 23, 2014
Hotel is run down and not kept up with maintenance let alone renovation
by A verified traveler from Cloverdale
Science center visitPosted Aug 21, 2014
Front desk staff were kind and helpful and a good location to visit the science centre from, however an old hotel with old furnishings. The room was big enough although it was not very pleasant to find long hairs in the bed and a dirty towel on the rack upon check in. Dirt in corners and on ledges and appeared toilet was leaking or had been leaked between the toilet and the floor.....this did not make for a nice stay.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler from Kelowna
Right by the Space Needle.Posted Aug 21, 2014
A small hotel circled by a major highway and major infrastructure construction project but really not much noise. For the price in dowtown Seattle an OK place to rest your head after a long day of walking and baseball games. 15 dollars to the stadium. Great I would book here again.
by A verified traveler from NJ
Rude staff, broken window, impossible to get to.Posted Aug 20, 2014
Pros: It was available for under $400/night near Seattle Center
Cons: Renovate the rooms more than once every 20 years. Better staff training.
Location: Location would be OK if not for the construction.
I stayed 2 nights at the Seattle Pacific, had booked it due to it's proximity to Seattle Center since I wasn't renting a car. Granted the construction around the hotel that made it close to impossible to get to by car or foot was out of their control, they did nothing to accommodate their guests needs and post a map of how to get around at all. The night manager more or less told me "tough cookies" when I complained at having to walk an extra 45 minutes, which included crossing the US Highway the hotel is on when coming from the area of the Space Needle. My room window already had a crack running the entire width and when I slide that section of window open it jammed and cracked so an entire width section of glass in the middle was swinging, hanging out the window, held in only by the rubber sealing around the perimeter. The night manager did nothing about it when i complained saying it was unsafe. My room key did not open my room door both times I returned to my room. Both times the night manager didn't ask me for any sort of ID when he opened my room back up. He also wasn't the one who checked me in so he had no idea who I was. I could have been a criminal off the street, robbed any room in the hotel clean with the assisstance of the unknowing staff.
by A verified traveler from Beijing
I did not stay this hotel with terrible room.Posted Aug 18, 2014
I canceled the reservation as the room and service was terrible. Waiting for refund!
by A verified traveler
Good locationPosted Aug 16, 2014
Between the highway and a construction site. Will be torn down within a year, I would guess. But clean. Get what you pay for.
by A verified traveler from Vancouver bc
Garbage hotelPosted Aug 15, 2014
Came down and stayed at this terrible hotel for the baseball games and they take a 150$ deposit on your card and tell you it will be back on the card in a few business days and I've yet to see it. If it isn't there at the end of the those three days I will be calling Visa to dispute the charge. Expedia should not allow this hotel to be on their site as they are very shady people.
by A verified traveler from Oak Harbor, wa
HorriblePosted Aug 14, 2014
Yes it was close to everything we wanted to do. When we booked the hotel it said they had a pool, which upon checking in they said it hadn't been functional in years. We booked a queen but walking into our room and found a "full size" it was more like a twin. Luckily they were able to switch us rooms...only to get a room with a broken AC unit. And in the heat that was a no go. Our entire floor that day REEKED of pot to which they did nothing about. The door have about an inch gap at the bottom so you hear noise from outside and the people outside your door can hear you. We ended up shoving a blanket there to keep the pot smell out. The continental breakfast is mini bagels, mini muffins, gross warm overly pulpy orange juice and burnt tasting coffee. The elevator is straight out of some horror movie. You can hear the highway thru the window. The fridges and microwaves seem to be about thirty years old. The beds are either way too bouncy or firm. The pillows were tiny and uncomfortable, luckily we brought our own. The front desk guy who works at night is very rude and kinda creepy. I HIGHLY recommend that you just pay more and go to a different hotel were you'll have updated everything and actually get the stuff that they list in the accommodations.