Small comfy hotel located in a sort of Hipster neighborhood. Lots of restaurants, many with evening entertainment, adventureous menus.
The neighborhood icon (to me) is the old upright piano on the sidewalk for anyone walking by to play.
Short walk to Pike Place Market; shorter walk to the Space Needle.
Traveller from DC
This downtown Seattle hotel is in Belltown, within one-half mile of Seattle Center, Westlake Center, and Pike Place Market …More
Everything about the experience at this hotel was excellent. The staff was extremely courteous and helpful. The amenities were great. The location near the Space Needle was a bonus. Having the ability to take their shuttle to the main attractions downtown was also a great benefit. The rooms were very clean and comfortable. The bed was one of the most comfortable we have ever had at any previous hotel. We visited during August during a small heat wave, so having air conditioning was a necessity. Can't recommend this hotel any higher.
Traveller from Phoenix, AZ
Located in Downtown Seattle, this boutique hotel is steps from Teatro ZinZanni and Marion Oliver McCaw Hall. Seattle Center …More
We took the transit light rail to and from the airport and walked to the space needle then took the monorail back. All other tours are within walking distance. We never needed a cab or car. Seattle has a very good transit system.
Traveller from Los Angeles
Located in Downtown Seattle, this eco-friendly hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Moore Theater and Pike Place Market …More
Hotel staff are very friendly. Cafe on the first floor is great for grabbing some breakfast before you go explore the city. No mini fridge which I suppose we overlooked when we booked our stay. Hotel is located within a few blocks from the space needle, EMP museum, Chihuly garden, and the Pacific science center
Traveller from New Jersey
Featuring a funky, modern style, this Seattle hotel is in the hip Belltown neighborhood,5 blocks from Pacific Place and …More
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.