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Mildew in the room, “kitchen” cupboards you couldn’t open, dissolving bathroom counter & amenity ledge. Toilet left dirty. Terrible. Very happy we were there for only one night.... would never return at any price. Ps- very thin walls ( we heard a couple engaged in...More
Stayed here twice in a week on the front and back end of a mountaineering course on Mt. Rainier. This was exactly what I was looking for. Affordable, next to lots of restaurants and a 24hr grocery store, clean, included a kitchenette, and had plenty...More
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If you’re visiting Seattle and don’t mind staying in an older property (with all of the quirks and inconveniences that come with that) then this is the perfect place to stay. We stayed for four nights in February at a bargain price and would definitely...More
I hope to stay here again on my next multi-day visit to Seattle. This is a great location for those that like to walk a little or a lot--the Seattle Center is very close, so the monorail is accessible for heading downtown. The Key Arena...More
If you are looking for a budget hotel that is clean and in an excellent location, look to the Inn at Queen Anne. Be aware that the rooms are old, but very clean. The bed was very comfortable although I do think they could have...More
We asked for a roll-away bed when we had an unexpected guest, and were told it was not an option---but they did put us in a room with a twin for the guest. (NO extra charge, and Seattle was snowed in at the time ) Just ask... More
We asked for a roll-away bed when we had an unexpected guest, and were told it was not an option---but they did put us in a room with a twin for the guest. (NO extra charge, and Seattle was snowed in at the time ) Just ask them what they could do for you. They are accommodating.