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We booked this downtown Seattle hotel for 3 nights and ended up staying an additional 5 nights! We loved the location as well as the continental breakfast! Although breakfast is two blocks away at the sister hotel. It is a nice walk if it is...More
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Response from InnatQueenAnne, Manager at Inn at Queen AnneResponded 20 November 2017
Thank you for sharing your experience with us! Please let us know when you return to Seattle.... Safe travels!
My wife and I stayed here for three nights prior to a cruise. You might have to climb stairs, but it didn't bother us, Don't expect new furnishing, but it was very clean with a comfortable bed. Plus, there was a small kitchenette which was...More
Yes, it's old and has no elevator. But, the price is right, it's in a good location near Seattle Center, Key Arena and great ethnic restaurants and a terrific food market down the street. I no longer live in Seattle, so whenever I go back...More
We were looking for a hotel to pick us up from the airport and take us to our cruise ship the next day, so I called the hotel to ask about shuttle service. The clerk on the phone said they would pick us up for...More
I stayed here for five nights on a recent trip to Seattle and wanted to stay near Queen Anne. I was looking to save some money on the trip and wanted a kitchenette. The hotel was quite a bit cheaper than the typical hotel chains...More
We asked for a roll-away bed when we had an unexpected guest, and were told it was not an option---but they did put us in a room with a twin for the guest. (NO extra charge, and Seattle was snowed in at the time ) Just ask... More
We asked for a roll-away bed when we had an unexpected guest, and were told it was not an option---but they did put us in a room with a twin for the guest. (NO extra charge, and Seattle was snowed in at the time ) Just ask them what they could do for you. They are accommodating.