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They did a great job modernizing a hotel built in 1929. Because it was built then the rooms are small, especially the bathrooms, but they did a great job with the space they had to work with. This hotel has tons of character. We were very happy with our stay.
The staff at the Hotel Ballard was wonderful! They were very friendly and willing to help with anything. We felt very welcomed from the time we walked in. The only thing I would have like was a bath tub in my room. the shower was great however I am more of a soaker after a day of walking around the ...
El Gaucho In provides all the comfort one would expect from this renowned fine dining establishment. Located on the second floor above the restaurant, the lobby has a cozy den, comfortable leather sofa seats, a magnificent fire place, and complimentary wine in the lobby starting at 5pm. Front desk ...
It was very convenient to the university. Being new to the Seattle area, the front staff was vey knowledge on where to eat. Also, the small cafe was excellent for a quick latte and snacks.
The hotel's facilities seem to be fairly new, our room was spotless (only thing that was not great was the water pressure in the bathroom), the location was within a walkable distance of The Needle and other interesting downtown locations.
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