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Took Uber from the airport approximate cost $33.00. The hotel is very close to the passenger cruise port. A taxi cost us $10.00 including tip. As for the hotel, we were in room 206 ( only one floor up- given the fact that there is...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
The hotel is creepy haunted cool. The staff here though, especially the men staffing the door, is amazingly helpful, funny, and attentive. The room was huge for the price and had a kitchen which is a relief; not only so left overs don't go to...More
I've now stayed twice at the MarQueen on business trips to Seattle because it is conveniently located very close to my job site. The hotel is old and a little ragged; the rooms are very large and clean, but in dire need of a facelift;...More
We really enjoyed our stay at the MarQueen Seattle. We’re a couple in our late twenties and while we generally prefer a more modern hotel this place was great and full of character. The woman on reception who checked us in was really lovely and...More
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US$121 - US$392 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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#7 Spa Hotel in Seattle
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No they are not. I would request a room on the backside of the hotel, rather than a room that is on the street side. The street side faces west and the rooms will be warmer during the spring and summer months. The rooms have... More
No they are not. I would request a room on the backside of the hotel, rather than a room that is on the street side. The street side faces west and the rooms will be warmer during the spring and summer months. The rooms have ceiling fans. And I do believe the windows open.
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"First floor rooms look out directly onto the pedestrians on Queen Anne Ave. Ask for a room on the second or..."