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Mayflower Park Hotel
Ranked #17 of 105 Hotels in Seattle
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed August 13, 2010

Stayed here for 4 nights. We were pleasantly surprised the room we booked, which had 2 queen beds, also had two full baths, and a living room. Had a corner room on the fifth floor and it was very quiet. Hotel is conveniently attached to the Westlake Center. You can ride the monorail ($2 one-way) to the Seattle Center from the Westlake Center and there is a station to catch the metro transit (bus tunnel - ride free from 6 a.m. - 7 p.m.). Only a 10 minute walk to Pike's Market, 15 minute walk to Seattle Aquarium and Miner's Landing. Metro transit stops conveniently located all around. Would definitely stay here again.

  • Stayed: August 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 11, 2010

We arrived early back from an Alaskan cruise.No rooms were available at the time so after leaving our bags with concierge and a trip to get some coffee and breakfast one was available. (side note: cannot believe how quiet Seattle is early Sunday morning). Staff were friendly, helpful and courteous.

I chose this hotel as my partner likes historic places and for it's great location being central downtown Seattle and near to transport such as the light rail to the airport and monorail to go to Seattle Center. The decor is subtle and feels like a average persons nice hotel from yesteryear rather than plush like a Fairmont style hotel (which is what I think many expect it to be).

I went for the deluxe room as I do not like small standard hotel rooms, the room was larger than expected, but a very small bathroom. During the day the room was noisy with banging from around and upstairs, however was quiet at night. The mattress was uncomfortable for me and I woke many times during he night with a sore back (stretches and a hot shower fixed that), my partner had no problem though.

Olivers and the restaurant were nice and if you want to eat on the cheap, there's plenty of places to chose from next door in Westlake Center

The room was on special at time of booking, otherwise I wouldn't have chosen this hotel given the amount to chose from in Seattle. If I needed to quickly book a hotel downtown for a night I would stay here again, but if I had time I'd try somewhere else due to the mattress and normal price.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 8, 2010

Every morning around 7 am we were awaken by a worker outside blowing leaves, our windows were closed and we were on the sixth floor. Every doorway smells like someone is smoking at the entrance. It even wafts into Olivers, the poorly staffed bar on the ground floor.
Staff is cordial but for the price, pick a different hotel.

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Reviewed August 7, 2010

We arrived at 10 am, fresh from an Alaskan Cruise and were delighted to find that our room was ready for us to occupy.

Check-in was quick and efficient, no difficulty finding our reservation, and Reception staff friendly and efficient.

Room was spotless and well equipped , but could really have done with having to bed-side cabinets and reading-lights. this apart the only other minor criticism for a couple of Brits was that there were no tea making facilities other than in a coffee filter-maker. these do produce tea (of a sort) but not what Brits like.

Concierge and Reception were able to answer all queries about "how to get to .... how long does it take .... what buses to catch ... etc".

This Hotel is an older building (c 1920's) and has the character that so many modern "people-processing plants" lack, whilst still giving service for the 2010's.

Location is very good for shops. restaurants, Pike Place Market (an absolute must for any visitor to Seatle), mono-rail to the Space Needle, Museum, Art Gallery.


We would most certainly stay there again if we were to return to Seattle at some future time.

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed August 2, 2010

I was on a long road trip from Phoenix to Seattle before flying up to Alaska for 10 days. We'd been driving for some time and were really excited to pull up to the doormen and relax for a while. We like staying in Historic Hotels and places with a little back history so the Mayflower was perfect. The lobby was full of people which is always nice to see and we were able to check in a few hours early. The room was great, very clean, very traditional but with a great view of the city on two sides. Great bathroom! We got several recommendations from the doormen/bellmen on where to go (first time in Seattle) and good places to eat. We parked our car overnight ($20 overnight which is fine) and in the morning it was waiting for us as they said it would be. Overall it was great and we really enjoyed ourselves. No noise from the streets when you are sleeping so that's a bonus. The elevators always have staff in them but they were always nice and we just figured since it' s an older building they don't have a service elevator. Comes with the territory and only a negative if the staff were not outgoing and friendly, which they were. Great trip and highly recommend the hotel!

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed July 30, 2010

Eight family members, four rooms. Depending on which room you get, you'll love it or be really disappointed. Me and hubby got the tiniest room I've ever stayed in with an even tinier bathroom. Wow, a larger person would have difficulty getting into the shower in this bathroom as the sink blocks the shower entry. The bed was pretty comfy and our room was very quiet.

The other three rooms my relative received were huge! Actually twice the size of our room with a full bath as well. The only thing is all bathrooms have a glass over the back of the sink which makes it challenging to wash your face without hitting your forehead on the glass. Strange.

There is a doorman at both street entrances and they are very friendly and helpful. The front desk staff were helpful and pleasant. The lobby is lovely, we especially enjoyed the mezzanine lobby area which was like we were sitting in a living room. I tend to go for boutique type hotels and this one did not dissapoint even though our room was tiny.

We all agreed that we enjoyed our stay in this lovely hotel. The Mall being "attached" to the hotel made going back and forth so easy. We also enjoyed our breakfast at Andaluca.

We would definitely stay here again!

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 26, 2010

After much searching on TA, I chose this hotel for it's location. We traveled to Seattle from Philadelphia for a one night stay on July 10th before heading to Victoria (Vancouver Island) on the Clipper. I did not want to rent a car in Seattle so this was perfect for us. From Seatac, we took the Light Rail to the last stop and then a short walk to the hotel. Our room was smallish but clean and comfy for $200. We liked walking to Pikes Market, Elliotts on the water for a late lunch in the sun, and the monorail that took us directly to the Space Needle. At the end of the day, we went to the hotel bar (Oliver's) for their signature, award winning martinis. Early the next day we took a cab to pier 69 which was easy enough except we had to wait for a very long train to pass which jacked up the fare considerably!

  • Stayed: July 2010, traveled as a couple
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Address: 405 Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98101-1149
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Location: United States > Washington > Seattle
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Fitness Center with Gym / Workout Room Free High Speed Internet ( WiFi ) Restaurant Room Service Suites Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#13 Family Hotel in Seattle
#16 Romantic Hotel in Seattle
#26 Business Hotel in Seattle
Price Range: $173 - $425 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hotel Class:3.5 star — Mayflower Park Hotel 3.5*
Number of rooms: 160
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
Ideally located in thriving downtown Seattle, the Historic Mayflower Park Hotel is in the heart of the city. Built in 1927, the classic Mayflower Park Hotel has been lovingly restored with crystal chandeliers, gleaming brass and period antiques that offer an inviting European elegance to this historic Seattle hotel. The hotel is ideally located steps away from Seattle’s most exciting attractions, including the famous Pike Place Market, Seattle Waterfront, and Space Needle. A full array of museums, theaters, shops and restaurants are at our doorstep while Washington State Convention and Trade Center is only 4 short blocks away. The hotel opens directly into Westlake Center, with 80 specialty shops and direct access to the Monorail, which means you are just a 2 minute ride away from the Space Needle, Seattle Center and Experience Music Project. ... more   less 
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