The room and hotel seemed o be in excellent condition - staff were helpful and easy to work with. There's a Starbucks attached to the lobby - yeah, not so unusual for Seattle, but very convenient. Parking is only $18/night - much better than other hotels (or garages) in this area.
Traveller from Portland, OR
Set in the Lower Queen Anne neighborhood, this hotel is 2 blocks from Seattle Center and 1 mile from Pike Place Market and …More
Clean, comfortable rooms. Hair dryer was broken but they brought me up a spare one. Had trouble getting the room keys made so we had to wait a couple hours and have an employee take us up to our room. Was compensated for the inconvenience with some free drinks in their hotel lounge. Nice pool and hot tub too. Overall, nice hotel and we would definitely stay here again. Great location too
The 19-story hotel is located in downtown Seattle's hip Belltown neighborhood, 2 blocks from the Monorail and 5 blocks from …More
Great hotel and staff. Very nice and well equipped rooms. Courtesy car service available to go downtown and visit Seattle. Main places are within walking distance, though. If I ever go back to Seattle I will certainly consider staying at this hotel.
Traveller from Pleasanton
This Seattle hotel is situated above a Whole Foods Market on the edge of downtown, 4 blocks from downtown shopping, a half …More
My family and I always choose The Maxwell for our "stay cations" the rooms are so nice, we love the beds. We always use the pool which isn't too deep for the little ones. We love the location and the pineapple cupcakes in the lobby!
Traveller from Edmonds, WA
Located in Queen Anne, this boutique hotel is steps from Teatro ZinZanni and Marion Oliver McCaw Hall. Seattle Center and …More
Pocket Guide: Seattle Central Business District Downtown Seattle Hotels
Downtown Seattle stretches along Puget Sound from historic Pioneer Square in the south to trendy Belltown in the north. In between, office towers, shopping gallerias, and brick condos line the leafy avenues. The convention center is here, as is Pike Place Market, where salmon fly. Don't miss the futuristic main library. Seattle's twin stadiums and the International District lie south of downtown.