Belltown Inn is conveniently located within walking distance to major attractions in Seattle. Hotel is clean and setting is pleasing. Hotel staff are friendly and helpful. I would stay in this hotel again if I will be visiting Seattle next time. Thank you staff!
This downtown Seattle hotel is in Belltown, within one-half mile of Seattle Center, Westlake Center, and Pike Place Market …More
Very nice room, but rather small. No microwave to warm my coffee or any leftover food. I was not happy that we were given a wheelchair accessible room, but did not complain or ask them to move us. Other than those minor issues, it was quite nice.
Traveller from California
This 11-story hotel is one block from the Paramount Theater, Pacific Place shops, or the Washington State Convention Center …More
"Nice hotel in a central location, comfortable room"
Close to nice restaurants, centrally located, comfortable room. The premier suite was pretty spacious though the design was a bit weird and most of the space could not be utilized. Flavored fresh water throughout the lobby and close to the elevators was refreshing. The daily happy hour is fun. The attached bookstore restaurant is a fun design but food is just average. Try a lot of restaurants at walking distance.
The only negative was parking is too damn expensive. For a premium hotel like this, it should be included in the rate of the room since they are not cheap but $43 + taxes additional is criminal.
This downtown Seattle charmer is in a historic building 1 block east of the waterfront and ferry terminal, and 4 blocks from …More
Me and some of my family spent one night at this hotel and we all were very pleased with the experience. By the time we arrived there was one elevator down out of two, which complicated things but just for a little time. Overall we really loved the hotel and it's central position to shopping and landmark sites.
Traveller from Vancouver
This 12-story hotel is connected by walkway to Westlake Center shops and by monorail to the Space Needle; Pike Place Market …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.