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This was my first stay at the MarQueen, and it's a lovely little hotel. Three floors, no elevator, but it's character and old world charm make it so lovely. When I arrived I was greeted with warmth and interest in why I was traveling to...More
We've been here 24 hours so far and love it. Built in 1918 but well maintained. Very happy with staff, facilities and location. Close to Seattle Center and Space Needle, many dining and shopping options. The Tin Lizzie Lounge is right off the lobby and...More
It was my first visit to Seattle and I stayed for 5 Nights at this hotel. I must admit I choose it because of the price but I wasn't disappointed. As all the other reviews have mentioned it does exactly was it says on the...More
Large rooms with tiny kitchens.
Very quiet. Installed triple pain noise abbaitment window. Air conditioning!
Kitchenettes. Adequate breakfast included (hard boiled eggs. Biscounts and gravy, waffle. ,breads, you hurt, while fruit)
Rooms clean but not worn (bathtubs old and chipped, paint on cabinets older )...More
If you are looking for a unique rooming experience this place is it! the doorman and the receptionist we super nice! the room was fun, felt like we should have been in a murder mystery just being there! the lack of parking was a little...More
On our room it was not separated. And after staying in three different hotels in Seattle, this one was the worst value. For the same price we could have a lot better option. We just didn’t know, this was our first night in... More
On our room it was not separated. And after staying in three different hotels in Seattle, this one was the worst value. For the same price we could have a lot better option. We just didn’t know, this was our first night in USA