Best location in downtown Seattle. You don't need to rent a car. Restaurants and shops are just a block a way. Pike market is just a short work on Pine Street. This is my second stay at this hotel. From Sea-Tac airport you can take the Link Rail train for 3$ and get off at Westlake which is on Pine and 6th (Nordstrom) 1 block away from the hotel. Hotel has nice lobby, clean rooms, nice gym. I Highly recommend this hotel.
Traveller from Los Angeles
This 35-story hotel rises above Seattle's shopping and entertainment district, within two blocks of the Paramount and 5th …More
Very nice staff, Valet parking staff, nice little restaurant and lounge area. Huge room with expansive windows for views to the West. Nice bathroom with shower and soaking tub. Very comfortable bed, robes, and plenty of places to plug in your computer and phone. I would highly recommend and will stay at the Pan Pacific on my next trip to Seatfle.
Traveller from Portland, OR
This Seattle hotel is situated above a Whole Foods Market on the edge of downtown, 4 blocks from downtown shopping, a half …More
Great clean room. It's definitely not a spacious room but it's smallness is adorable. Loved the continuity of the branding throughout the hotel. Excellent location right in the heart of downtown and easy to get around town. Valet parking was a bit pricey at $45/night but the valets were very nice and prompt. I highly recommend Hotel Max
Traveller from Boise, ID
Hotel Max is in downtown Seattle, 6 blocks from Pike Place Market and 1 mile from Capitol Hill. Pacific Place shopping is a …More
"Convenient downtown hotel with comfortable rooms"
We stayed here for 3 nights for a short getaway. Overall, it was a decent experience. We got the Elliott Bay view room with a hot tub on the 21st floor. It's supposed to have a sweeping view of the bay, but that's not quite accurate. We did get a view of the bay but it was obscured by a number of taller buildings - we felt that their publicity materials oversold it. Room amenities were decent and the bed was comfortable. There's a nice fitness room. Hotel staff were courteous and prompt in their response. We ordered room service for lunch on one of the days, but the quality of the food was average. There are a number of great restaurants nearby, so this isn't a big deal. We also had an annoying problem one evening when we couldn't get cold water out of the bathroom sink faucet - we only got hot water at the coldest setting. We eventually had to get cold water using the bathtub faucet! This was fixed the next day, fortunately.
Traveller from Seattle
This 30-story downtown Seattle hotel is two blocks from the upscale Pacific Place Mall and within seven blocks of cultural …More
It is a really nice hotel in downtown and very close to the University station and not far to the amenities.
The hotel was clean and comfort but a little noise, there is a door inside the room and from the door you can clearly hear other people in the other room, talking, coughing, etc.
But overall, I give 90% positive feedback.
This fashionable Seattle hotel is 3 blocks from the Seattle Art Museum and within 7 blocks of Pacific Place and Westlake …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.