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Wonderful bed, shower, breakfast, setting, staff. Quiet. Room service, on-site restaurant. Free amenities outside of rooms--candy, ice cream, cheese, bottled water, yogurt, pre-bagged ice which was very nice. Free shuttle was wonderful. Carpets could be cleaned. Be better if rooms had microwaves ...
Had a great two nights here on our first visit to Seattle. Could get out and walk or taxi to all the sights but then retreat to a quiet room with a peekaboo view of the water. Great dinner at Shuckers.
This hotel is really nice and has a lot of updates...there was no construction going on when we were there so I assume it was finished by the time we got there. The front desk staff was friendly but not extremely helpful. Its right in the middle of downtown so its walking distance to Pike Place and ...
Staff was wonderful. Nice breakfast selection. Room was clean. Walking distance to the Space Needle. Older building but was better than I expected. I would definitely stay here again.
This was our first trip to Seattle and we are so glad we choose the Four Seasons. The location is perfect walking distance to everything. The food in the hotel is wonderful, we ended up having dinner in the hotel two of the nights we were there. We also found the staff very nice and accommodating ...
Excellent location near the Washington Lake. Peaceful serene and well maintained. The location makes it all worth while. Bordering the lake the hotel offers wonderful views with great shopping and restaurants in walking distance. The rooms are nicely appointed with all the comforts of home. The bathrooms ...
Great experience overall! Quick check-in and parking with friendly staff. Room quiet and clean. Complimentary car ride to our destination and we walked back as it wasn't really far at all from water! Would definitely book again here.
Just the right distance out from downtown Seattle. So many buildings going up all around downtown that it was nice to get out or direct hustle and bustle with traffic. Could watch the seaplanes take off and land from our room view every morning. We used public transit systems; Seattle Streetcar, ...
We stayed just one night - basically needed a bed, shower, and breakfast. It was a good experience for what we needed it for.
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