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Palace Hotel Port Townsend
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Reviewed June 21, 2012

We enjoyed two nights here in Port Townsend. Stayed in two different lovely rooms. Furnishings elegant with modern convience of in room coffee and micro wave. Large parlor and lobby with computer. Central to everything. Deer in parking lot as we were leaving. Friendly staff took us in on short notice. Would love to stay again!

Room Tip: All rooms are good rooms
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Reviewed June 18, 2012

We stayed in Miss Genevieve. Pros: the building itself was lovely. Our room was spacious & the bed comfy. the staff were friendly & accommodating. Location was central, right downtown. Value was exceptional. Cons: there is a lot of street construction going on right now almost directly outside the hotel's front door. This detracts a bit from how primo the location would otherwise have been. Park on Water St or the little side street and be prepared to promptly take your car to the wash-- the trees shower some kind of sticky goo-- our SUV seemed to have been misted all over w/ Coke. Our shower was fantastic! Big claw foot tub with an absolute waterfall drenching. Problem was the H2O tank was too small to accommodate said waterfall. After my husband took a shower (admittedly a longish one) my shower was approx 3 mins til hot water was gone!! Re: value, we got the tail end of a Sun- Thurs buy 1 night get 1 night free deal. So the normal hi season price of our room ($140) i would say was an okay value. I classify our room as such an excellent value only because we paid 1/2 price for it each night. Lastly, there are some odd smells going on in the hotel-- not in our room exactly, more in the lobby and common areas, although i did poke into some open rooms and some had odors i wouldn't describe as pleanant. Anyway, regarding these odors, some were slightly noxious, others just strange & mysterious. I recommend not thinking too much about it. Overall: we will return, hopefully to occupy a swank room on the 3rd floor AFTER all the construction is over and when they are having another sweet buy 1 get 1 free sort of deal.

Room Tip: 3rd floor is really high! (Each staircase is more like two since the ceilings are vaulted.) There is no elevator, so if you stay up there pack light.
  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank J D
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Reviewed June 5, 2012

We stayed in Miss Lou's 3rd floor room which had a beautiful view of the ocean. The check in was fast and efficient and Bob from Boston was very friendly and most helpful. The room was bright with high ceilings, neatly decorated Victorian style and had a tv, fridge and microwave. If you go, make sure to stop across the street at Better Living Through Coffee for a hot beverage and homemade donuts (they only have the donuts on Mondays though!) Also the Rose Theater is an old refurbished theater with a small balcony seating area - great place to watch a movie, and they serve yummy popcorn! We went to the Salal cafe down the street which served breakfast and lunch - excellent vegetarian options! Lovely and quaint town with great architectural buildings - make sure to check out the post office building.

  • Stayed: June 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank Lanilla
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Reviewed June 1, 2012

The Palace hotel is right in the heart of down town with plenty of restaurants, shopping and coffee shops within easy walking distance. Although perhaps a 10 - 15 minute walk uptown, we found a very nice movie theater showing three different 1st run movies.

The staff at the hotel couldn't have been nicer. They provided us short list of recommended restaurants and a tourist map of downtown suggesting where we might eat and what was interesting to see. They we always more than willing to help us with directions and suggestions. After checking in, they encouraged us to go into any of the rooms where patrons had not arrived (doors left open) to see what we thought of the rooms. This was fun as we arrived early enough to check out several rooms: The "Crow's Nest" looks like it will be our next room to try!

We stayed in the "Miss Abigail" room and I have attached pictures. The room was on the second floor and was great. Antique decor with four poster bed, 14' high ceilings, indirect lighting, and windows on two sides of the room. The room was very clean with new carpet, and the bathroom was just freshly remodeled with a fiberglass tub and shower (some other rooms have cast iron claw foot tubs). A funky little (in a good way) kitchen finished off the room.

We got a ton of walking in as there's a lot to see without needing to drive (Free parking is provided behind the hotel). Just across the street, in a basement location is Nessicito Burrito: We arrive at taco happy hour (4PM to 6PM) and had 6 tacos and two beers for just at $10 total! We ate breakfast at the cafe out past the mariner museum (The name escapes me) on the other side of the marina: Breakfast was really, really good, the view wonderful, and the price very reasonable.

We would definitely like to come back for a visit again.

Room Tip: Look at the hotel's website as there are photos of each room. After narrowing it down, contact the staff directly to narrow down your final choice.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled as a couple
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Thank CamJonesSalem_OR
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Reviewed May 31, 2012

I rolled off the ferry from Whidbey Island after camping in the rain --a quite common occurrence in these parts -- and this was the first hotel I saw. It looked pricey, but the young woman behind the counter gave me a great discount 'cos there were so few customers in early May. I loved the room! Immensely high ceilings, TV, microwave, frig, etc. I luxuriated in this room, even got out around sunset to see some of the town. The woman behind the counter was very friendly, very responsive. Highly recommended. The town itself, well, if you are into pricey shopping for useless decorative items, knick knacks and clothing fit only for an evening at the art museum, this town is for you.

Room Tip: Travel in the off season.
  • Stayed: May 2012, travelled solo
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Thank neal f
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