Four Points By Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center

Address: 601 Roy Street, Seattle, Washington, 98109-3160, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Lower Queen Anne area of Seattle, is near Experience Music Project Museum, Ride the Ducks of Seattle, Science Fiction Museum and Hall of Fame, and The Center for Wooden Boats.
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    Historical Traveler Reviews Four Points By Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center

    Comfortable

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    I only stayed there one night, but I agree with the other reviews, this is a very good hotel. I stayed in a "mini-suite" and it was spacious and comfortable. The staff was friendly and helpful.

    Comfort Inn Suites - A/OK

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    Very good accomodations with the mini-suite. Staff was very courteous and helpful. Good continental breakfast (except for the jams and peanut butter -they need to be replaced).

    Parking was included and very secure as was the hotel itself.

    Not all that convenient to local transportation without a good hike.

    But a good value and quality accomodations for the price. Paid $79 a night.

    A very good hotel

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    No problems at all with the Comfort Suites, apart from the stupid taxi driver who got lost on the way. It's close to Seattle Center, which means an easy monorail ride to downtown. Rooms are big, clean and comfortable, and the continental breakfast (free) is excellent. Big shout out to the driver of the complimentary bus service as well - got me to the station on time and helped me avoid the pouring rain on another occasion. Highly recommended.

    Good Value

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    Very good value -- parking included in price, and so is breakfast. I got the room for about $75/night. The location is ok -- it's about 3 blocks to walk to the monorail. What is really nice is they have a free shuttle service that will pick up/drop off just about anywhere downtown -- we used it quite a bit.

    Home away from home...

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    My wife and I call it our second home because we love visiting Seattle and this is our favorite place to stay. We live east of the Cascade Mountains and visit Seattle to take a break from our small town farming community. We love this hotel for several reasons, with being only 5 minutes from Seattle Center and low cost (compared to other nearby accomodations) to be the two most important. We also appreciate the professional staff, neatly appointed rooms, and filling continental breakfast. Hope you enjoy, Yakamaniac

    Very Nice Hotel

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    The Comfort Inn in Downtown Seattle was just perfect for the two of us. We were within walking distance of the Space Needle & Seattle Center. The hotel seemed it had just been renovated, and I would recommend it to friends.

    Honest Staff

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    I stayed at the Hotel for one night to catch the Manchester United and Glasgow Celtics Soccer match. Upon my return home I realized that I had left my wallet in the room. I called the following day to see if it was still there and sure enough the House Cleaning Mgr said it was turned in. This proves how well they clean the rooms after one nights stay and the honesty of the staff. Thanks very much.

    Rick.

    Reliable, pleasant, as advertised.

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    I stayed here in August 2001 (I just recently discovered this site and wanted to contribute some reviews as I found benefit and helpfulness from it).

    Summary: Solid accommodation in a good location with a few perks thrown in.

    Background: The location is great if you want to be near the Space Needle and the rest of Seattle Center where you can visit the Experience Music Project, Key Arena, etc. As a regular visitor to Seattle I find parking to be the one downside to the city. If you stay at this place, it's included for FREE! The establishment is fairly new and the interior is fresh and clean, if a bit bland. A lot of the motels/inns in this area are quite old, so staying in a clean place with new furnishings and beddings was a nice change. The rooms are quite large and offer good storage space. There is a breakfast room off the lobby which offers free continental breakfast, however my friends and I were never awake early enough to sample it or to take advantage.

    The room had a fridge, which was an added convenience we used. It's especially nice to have that standard when the establishment doesn't have a restaurant inside. The only downside to the place is that they start their housekeeping early in the morning and were quite loud in the hallways. Additionally, the place is a magnet for families (sorry, I'm young and single!)and there always seemed to be kids running down the hallways during the afternoons and early evenings. If you have a membership, inquire about the AAA discount rate. Summary: Offered everything as expected along with a few perks. For those on a budget or who don't need "hotel" type services but want something that is "nicer than budget-class", this establishment will meet those expectations.

    Loved Comfort Suites

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    Comfort Suites is a new place that is GREAT. We took 3 children, and it didn't seem cramped. The room was a good size for a big family, and my husband loved the free breakfast (it's better than most we've had). If you are visiting Seattle, stay here, it's close to everything, but you don't have to pay the downtown parking fees.

    Comfort Suites - great family motel

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    I stayed at Comfort Suites motel near the Seattle Center in order to be

    within walking distance of the Folklife Festival. The building is

    relatively new and very clean. They offer a free breakfast buffet (if I

    remember correctly there were waffles, fresh fruit, cereal, bagels,

    juice etc.) and outdoor seating in their courtyard. Standard rooms

    include a microwave and refrigerator. The underground parking is free,

    and they offer a shuttle service to various attractions.

    I'm planning on staying there again, because it is an excellent value

    and a kid friendly place. Much nicer than the Holiday Inn Express on

    Aurora.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Four Points By Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

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