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Rating: 2.5 Stars
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Mediterranean Inn

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"Came for the opera and glass exhibit"
WEnt to dinner at opera house, expensive but great ambience.Great opera performance, Tosca. Next day ate at museum cafe, totally different, equally pleasant. Glass exhibit has to be seen, fantastic,
TL from Helena, Montana
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Rating: 4.0 Stars
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The Westin Seattle

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"Great hotel, location but lots of construction"
room was great, view was just OK, would have preferred a higher floor. So much construction, no access to parking garage and skyway was closed. Excessive valet parking charge of $49... really?! Self park was $30 but not easy to access from hotel especially in bad weather.
Linda from Santa Barbara
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Rating: 3.5 Stars
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The Paramount Hotel

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"Grear location, clean and very friendly staff."
Great expierince, overall very happy and i recommend this hotel. Some advice: if you think vallet parking is too expensive - $34+tax, park accross the street at public parking it is $20 (incl tax) for the whole day when you chose "hotel overnight"
paul from ny
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Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Sheraton Seattle Hotel

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Great location for access to Pike Place Market, Seattle Art Museum, Space Needle, and transportation to and from airport. Hotel was very nice and clean.
A Traveller
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Rating: 5.0 Stars
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Fairmont Olympic Hotel

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"Class and Charm in the heart of the City"
We spent four delightful nights at the Fairmont, anchoring a very special anniversary trip to Seattle. The location was perfect for us, one or two blocks away from venues on our program: 5th Avenue Theater, Benaroya concert hall, Museum of art; just a little further to the Public Market, upscale shopping, St James cathedral; and a fun monorail ride to the Space Needle and the fabulous Chihuly glass museum and garden. When we needed a ride to the Opera on a rainy night, the hotel car was complimentary and right on time. Also note that the Link light rail stops just one block away, giving you fast and inexpensive transportation to and from the airport. Our "executive suite" was very comfortable and we even had a peek-a-boo view of Puget Sound. It truly felt like home away from home, including the complimentary newspapers of our choice at the door in the morning. In the evening, a pianist plays classic songs for those who enjoy a late cocktail or early night cap. We had a tasty and reasonably priced lunch at the informal Shuckers restaurant, but felt that prices at the Georgian restaurant were very high. Breakfast was in the gorgeous Garden room, but $80 for two?! Our recommendation: stay at this stylish and historic hotel, but have alternative dining options.
Ellie from Spokane, WA
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Rating: 2.0 Stars
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Pensione Nichols Bed and Breakfast

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"Why did I stay in the conference hotel?"
I stayed at this B&B the night before a conference at the Sheraton about 8 blocks away, with one other traveler. I liked the place and would stay again. Our room had a queen bed and a single/twin. My friend took the twin and reported a sunken spot in the middle of it, visible with the blankets pulled back. Its more broken-in sofa than bed I think. The queen bed was fine, the room worked overall. There were plenty of bathrooms and showers on the floor I thought. Breakfast at 8:00 AM means breakfast at 8:00 AM! And that was fine, but I'd have been buying breakfast if I stayed here during the conference (sessions started at 8:30 AM). Breakfast was served at the table, rather than a buffet, sliced fruit, toast, and English muffins with peanut butter, jam and butter, as much French press coffee as we could drink, orange juice, it was very nice. Only stayed one night so I don't know if they mix it up with breakfast. This was a Thursday morning (thank you, Julie!). The view from the living room, where breakfast was served, is fantastic. Go out on the fire escape and take a few pictures early in the morning. The living room was nice and on another trip I'd sit, read and enjoy it for a while. I moved over to the conference hotel after one night, to be a little closer to the action, but I would have been very happy staying here. Good location near Pike Market. There was a terrific wine bar and charcuterie place, just a few doors down on the left as you exit the B&B. Awesome meal.
Matthew from Maryland
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Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Motif Seattle

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"Modern hotel close to everything"
Great place to stay. Nice rooms. Frolik bar is pimp!
Ryan & Kirin from Calgary, Canada
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Rating: 3.0 Stars
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Best Western Plus Executive Inn

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"Convenient location"
Overall a very nice stay. Would be nice if there was more than one chair to relax in since the room sleeps 4. No where to sit and watch tv besides the bed. The staff was always helpful and we were walking distance to the Space Needle and Monorail to get where we wanted to go.
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Rating: 4.0 Stars
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Grand Hyatt Seattle

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"Great Weekend Getaway"
Stayed for 2 nights for a belated birthday weekend and was very happy. I have stayed at the Grand Hyatt before and loved it. Good size room, excellent amenities, friendly staff all added to my time there. I am already booked again in a few weeks for another stay. Became a Gold Passport Member and now I am earning credits towards a free stay.
James from WA
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Hyatt At Olive 8

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"Hyatt Olive 8"
The staff was amazing! I was in Seattle to visit my daughter. She had sent over a Welcome Package that the staff placed in our room on her behalf. If I did not know better I would have thought they allowed my daughter in the room. We stayed for a week! Everyone we dealt with with was pleasant and accommodating. We would do it again!
Sheila & Bryan from California

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    Seattle, Washington offers a little bit of something for everyone. From the famous fishmongers down at the Pike Place Market to the towering Seattle Space Needle, Emerald City doesn’t disappoint. Book your flight to Seattle right here with Expedia.com to get your adventure started today.

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    In downtown, you’ll find Seattle hotels conveniently located near Pike Place Market and other major attractions, such as the Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Aquarium, and Waterfront Park. Meanwhile, there are a variety of hotels in Seattle, located in areas such as Capitol Hill, that are best suited for those who want to stay in a neighborhood with a livelier nightlife. Alternatively, if you’re vacationing with children, stay at one of the accommodations in Lower Queen Anne, since kid-friendly attractions like the Seattle Space Needle, EMP Museum, and Pacific Science Center, are all within walking distance.

    Transportation

    While the Greater Seattle area itself is expansive, Seattle itself isn’t too big that you can’t easily walk much of it. If you’re staying at a downtown Seattle hotel, you’ll be within a few blocks of the Seattle Aquarium, Pike Place Market, and the waterfront, and a five to ten-minute cab ride from Seattle Center and the Seattle Space Needle.

    It’s also easy to get around using public transportation. The Central Link light rail, which connects downtown Seattle and the airport, makes several stops downtown, including South of Downtown (SoDo), Chinatown, and Westlake. Rather than having to pay every time you ride, consider getting an ORCA pass at one of the downtown stations, which you can also use on any of the buses.

    If you plan on visiting some of the outer lying neighborhoods in and around Seattle, such as Bellevue or Kirkland, a rental car can come in handy. Most Seattle hotels offer self or valet parking, but note that most of downtown and its nearby neighborhoods are metered parking.

    Weather

    If there’s one thing that can be unpredictable in Seattle, it’s the weather. No matter the season, what starts as a clear, sunny day, could end with clouds and rain. When going out for the day in Seattle, be it winter or summer, at the minimum have a waterproof jacket with a hood. Most locals will tell you that that’s all you need, since Seattle doesn’t see too many downpours. You’re not likely to see any snow on your trip, save for the snow atop the peaks surrounding Seattle.

    Leave your flip flops and open-toed shoes at home for a trip to Seattle, partly because of the climate, but mainly because it’s such a great walking city. However, while Seattle is a waterfront city, many of the streets in downtown have steep hills, requiring good footwear. If a downpour does suddenly occur, consider popping into the downtown Seattle Transit Tunnel, which makes multiple stops between South of Downtown and Westlake Center.

    Rain or shine, you’re guaranteed to have an unforgettable Seattle vacation. Browse our selection of cheap deals on Seattle hotels, rental cars, and flights to kick start your romp in the Pacific Northwest.

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