Booked on Priceline, very last minute, in fact the night before! Offered $100/night and it was accepted. I did upgrade by calling the hotel direct in the morning for an additional $20/night for a larger King room on the 3rd floor - City View. It's true the train goes by quite a bit, but it's expected as the hotel is built right on a pier, so it's an industrial, but very clean area. I would say it's more tourist than industrial though. Great location, only 15 min walk to Pike Place Market, Downtown shopping, Space Center, etc.
Room was clean and "lodge" like, which we found to be very charming. There was a nice balcony which we sat out at, even as cold as it was and drank our coffee (Starbucks) which was provided in the room, as well as Tazo teas. The bathroom was big and new with granite countertop and big glass encased shower with a "rain" shower head. In the corner of the room was a fireplace which would turn on when the room got below 68 degrees as well as two comfy armchairs and a "hairy" ottoman. There was also a desk with additional reading lamp. The bathroom ammenities were very nice, from their brand spa (Noble House), but there was no spa at the hotel.
The Bad - uncomfortable bed - like a rock, compared to other hotels with their heavenly beds....We ordered room service once in the morning and it came late and cold. We ate one meal at the restaurant - breakfast, and it was ok. The walls are thin, so we kept our voices down and the tv volume to a minimum and luckily our neighbors did as well. Unfortunately one night for a couple of hours, there were some guests that decided to have a party on our floor in the hallway. Security responded quickly, but had to come up several times. Parking is another issue, although convenient, $28 + tax per night - OUCH!
The Good - nice room, nice view, great location, great service. Go to Anthony's at Pier 66 for a wonderful dinner and check out their diner downstairs for casual dining. Both have an outdoor patio.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Perched on the edge of Pier 67, The Edgewater hotel offers an easy walk to Seattle downtown vibrancy, stunning views and lodge luxury. Surround yourself with the beauty of the majestic Olympic Mountains, the sparkling waters of Elliott Bay and the velvety-pink sunsets of the Northwest sky. ... more less
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