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Bishop Victorian Hotel
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Reviewed December 30, 2009

This is a nice, older hotel. It has lots of character and charm. Our room had a separate sitting room with a refrigerator, chairs, and fireplace. It was cold outside, but we had a nice break between reading and having dinner out to sit by the fire, sip tea, warm up, and read. It was very cozy and relaxing. Oh, and the stay includes breakfast, which they leave on a tray by your door. Give it a try.

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed December 29, 2009

We booked two rooms at the Bishop for ourselves and our adult children. From the time I spoke with the person taking the phone reservation to the time we checked out we had excellent interaction with the staff. The hotel was a little quiet because we were there from December 23 to 25th but we still received the complimentary breakfast and their was always someone at the front desk to answer questions.

The Bishop is located a short block from the main street in Port Townsend so you can leave your car in the free parking lot unless you venture out of the city. Their are lots of brochures with information about local attractions and restaurants and the staff also gave us their recommendations. Wi-fi is available in the comfortable seating area in the lobby which also features a fireplace which is a nice way to warm up after a walk on a colder day.

The rooms are spacious with all of the amenities. Room 12 which we used is one flight of stairs up and includes a separate bedroom and a living room with TV, electric fireplace, fridge, sink, microwave and a table that can be expanded to seat 6 people.

Our kids shared room 25 on the main floor off the lobby which had a separate bedroom with two queen sized beds and a day bed in the living room. It also had a fridge, Their room had a bathtub and ours a very spacious shower.

It took a few minutes for the water to get hot but that was a minor inconvenience.

The furnishings are Victorian antique throughout. The rooms are clean and I didn't see any major signs of wear although the building is at least 100 years old. My wife took advantage of the free pass to the nearby athletic club to take a yoga class.

Port Townsend is an amazing town. We expected to use the hotel as a place just to sleep after a day of hiking in the Olympic Peninsula but found so much to see and do in Port Townsend that our plans changed. Hopefully we'll get back in the summer to more exploring of the area.

  • Stayed: December 2009, traveled with family
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Reviewed September 23, 2009

My husband & I arrived in Port Townsend with no reservations but checked into the Bishop Hotel with no problems. We spent our time exploring the town by car & on foot. We had nice dinner at The Public House & Grill on the main street.

It is wonderful to see the older buildings from our past in Port Townsend being preserved for future generations to be able to visit

Our room made me think back into an era where my parents might have lived full time in an apartment this size when they first got married. I was happily surprised with the bathroom upgrades in this older building. I enjoyed the seating areas in the hallways with the lovely antique furnishings and just loved the ceiling lighting fixtures with all their colorful antique glass.

The picnic basket breakfast, brought to our room, was just right since yogurt & bagels are a norm for me. But the breakfast variety was better than some hotels where they only have a few items on their continental breakfast counter in the lobby.

  • Stayed: September 2009, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 15, 2009

I loved this place. The welcome was warm and information helpful, the room was huge and well-furnished with nice little touches - including a jacuzzi bath. Parking right next to the hotel with no charge and a great location for walking out to see the town were both plusses. It was on the expensive side for just an unscheduled overnight stop, but I would definitely stay there again if I'm back in the area.

  • Stayed: August 2009, traveled solo
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Reviewed July 26, 2009

We had to climb 2 flights of stairs but the hotel and room we had was nice overall, especially for this small city. Also, it was really hot on the night we were there (no breeze) so we had to leave the windows open so it made for a noisy night as we could hear cars and people go by. Overall it's a charming old building and hotel with a mini kitchenette.

  • Stayed: July 2009, traveled with family
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