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The concierge was very helpful and professional. The hotel on the pictures look decent compare to what it is really like up close and personal. The floors are squeaky, no elevator. The worse part was that it has no parking other than Valet-Parking that it's...More
We've been here 24 hours so far and love it. Built in 1918 but well maintained. Very happy with staff, facilities and location. Close to Seattle Center and Space Needle, many dining and shopping options. The Tin Lizzie Lounge is right off the lobby and...More
On the plus side:
- Cheap, affordable, prices.
- Extremely spacious rooms, like a whole apartment
- Friendly and helpful staff
- Breakfast included
The minus side
- Their Wifi was a bit of a gamble. Sometimes it worked, sometimes not.
- Dry breakfast bagels...More
We loved the Marqueen. It was a beautiful old Hotel and we had a lovely room on the first floor. If stairs are an issue for you - request the first floor! We had a huge, comfortable room with lots of character. We enjoyed the...More
Overall we were so very disappointed.
Upon arrival, the staff at the concierge was extremely professional, helpful and took their time to give us all the information we needed. And the lobby was beautiful, for what the hotel is trying to represent. It made us...More
No they are not. I would request a room on the backside of the hotel, rather than a room that is on the street side. The street side faces west and the rooms will be warmer during the spring and summer months. The rooms have... More
No they are not. I would request a room on the backside of the hotel, rather than a room that is on the street side. The street side faces west and the rooms will be warmer during the spring and summer months. The rooms have ceiling fans. And I do believe the windows open.