Silver Cloud Hotel - Broadway

Address: 1100 Broadway, Seattle, Washington, 98122, United States | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located in the First Hill/Madrona area of Seattle, is near Frye Art Museum, Elysian Brewing Company Capitol Hill, Hothouse Spa & Sauna, and Chapel of Saint Ignatius.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsSilver Cloud Hotel - Broadway Seattle

    Reviewed by uteschner

    Nettes Stadthotel

    Reviewed Jul 17, 2013
    by (5 reviews) Eltville am Rhein , Germany Flag of Germany

    Sehr freundliches Personal, Jimmy's Restaurant bietet von früh bis spät sehr ordentliches Essen, Zimmer geräumig und sauber, Pool zwar nicht klein, aber atmosphärisch eher mit einem Parkhaus zu vergleichen. Stadtviertel zwar nicht direkt an den Top-Sehenswürdigkeiten, aber es gibt einen kostenlosen Shuttleservice, und das Viertel um Broadway und Pike Street ist auch nicht uninteressant.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    Historical Traveler Reviews Silver Cloud Hotel - Broadway Seattle

    Very good hotel

    from

    Overall, a very good hotel. Service was excellent, rooms are very large and come with a fridge and microwave, and it has a nice indoor swimming pool/fitness facility, complementary breakfast {although there are a number of great brunch places such as "Julia's" just a few blocks away} and it's a smoking-free, clean modern environment. The hotel was opened in 2003. Contrary to another reviewer's statements, noise was a non-issue, it's in a good location, less than 1 mile down the hill to the heart of downtown shopping. There is a free shuttle if you desire, but walking downtown is entirely within reason for most people. There are MANY restaurants close by, several of them very good, and Capitol Hill has a nice mix of cool, bohemian, yuppy/mainstream sensibilities, with a number of interesting furniture, art, and book stores, restored character homes, etc., It is in the heart of the gay community, and the neighbourhood has a genuine 'neighbourhood' feel about it.

    This Cloud has a Silver Lining!

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    We just got back from Easter long weekend. The jacuzzi/fireplace room was a HAVEN after a 14 hour drive. The rooms are very modern, elegant and clean. The kitchen applicances are black to match the contemporary decor. The staff was very helpful and friendly. They seemed to personally care that we had a good experience. The Cayenne restaurant was great - the food was above average. The continental breakfast was perfect for our family. They had toasters out for all kinds of bread and bagles plus a waffle iron to make lovely fresh waffles. There was also an assortment of muffins and pastries, cereals, yoghurt, fresh fruit salad and boiled eggs. We thought it was a perfect start to the day and much more than we expected. The staff had a chance to really shine on Saturday night when a guest burned popcorn in their suite so badly that the fire department was called and we were all evacuated for about 45 minutes. We were in the restaurant at the time. Our food had not come out yet but they made sure people either got fresh food or got their food free. They were very professional about the whole thing. We had a car so distance for us it was no problem (it's about a 5 minute drive to Pike's Market). Plus the neighbourhood nearby has lots of funky shops and cafés. We'll be returning to Seattle soon and when we do, the Silver Cloud will be our home away from home once again. I even told the staff that their website doesn't do it justice. We were very pleased with this hotel and would recommend it to anyone. I had a chance to check out some others while we were there and this is by far the best value for your money.

    Jacuzzi w/ Fireplace! Nice room; OK Location.

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    Just returned from a weekend at Silver Cloud Broadway. We found the 'King w/ jacuzzi & fireplace' special listed on their website, which we weren't able to find on the usual hotel finding sites. (OK price if you qualify for a discount.) VERY nice room, good continental breakfast in the nicely decorated/hip hotel restaurant, and good service. Parking was $12/day (cheaper than most hotels in the area). Probably not the best location if you don't have a car, but they have a complimentary shuttle that runs on a schedule to downtown (which we didn't use because we had a car).

    Great Hotel

    from

    I enjoyed this hotel very much. There is a large lobby with a nice fireplace and tv. The pool and hot tub are great and open 24 hours! The rooms are large and well decorated. The hotel is a few blocks away from the touristy part of Seattle, but the hotel offered a shuttle. The free breakfast was great. All kinds of pastries, bagels, juice, coffee, cereal, fresh waffles and some fruit. It wasn't a huge production but it was certainly better than the continental breakfast I was expecting. We ate at the restaurant the night of our stay and I wasn't impressed.

    Good Vaule!

    from

    A very nice room and comfortable...and a great price!

    Wonderful hotel

    from

    A lovely full service hotel with a cozy inn feeling. The rooms were nice sized and the service was excellent.

    The Best

    from

    Though a distance from the tourist sights, the staff couldn't be topped. They were helpful, had a complimentary shuttle to wherever we wanted to go. The complimentary breakfast in the Cayenne Restaurant was awesome, the fitness center was wonderful.

    The rooms, too, were immaculate and the floor staff were very attentitive to all of our needs. Washer and dryer were on every floor. Convenient for visitors to Swedish Hospital or even Broadway. We'll be back.

    Wonderful!!!

    from

    We stayed at the Silver Cloud Seattle July 2004.

    It is one of the best hotels we have ever stayed in!

    The front desk personnel were extremely courteous and helpful, the room was immaculate and very comfortable. We really enjoyed having the small refrigerator and microwave in the room. The proximity to downtown is great, we walked everywhere we wanted to go.

    The continental breakfast at the Cayenne was pleasant every morning and the wait staff there was exceptional.

    I would highly recommend the Silver Cloud to anyone who wanted to be near downtown and/or the First Hill/Capitol Hill areas. First Rate!

    Best Deal in Seattle

    from

    The hotel is two years old, located 6 blocks east of central downtown Seattle in a Seattle neighborhood known as Capital Hill--lots of restaurants, shops etc. It is a 5 minute car ride or shuttle to downtown

    Large rooms, nicely furnished, with desk, mini fridge and microwave. Parking in building. Price is 1/2 of what you would pay for comparable room in central downtown. Free continental breakfast which is pretty good, very nice staff.

    I travel to Seattle twice a month, and have for the past 5 years, and I am picky, this is by far the best deal in Seattle.

    Sleepless in Seattle

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    Stayed @ the hotel this spring. The hotel is new and clean. That's where the good part ends.

    The location is not in a great part of town, the traffic noise was significant all night, it's only a block from a hospital, the hotel is several blocks from downtown, you have to drive to get to anything, the free breakfast wasn't worth what I paid for it, the restaurant was average and there aren't any other restaurants close by.

    Over all, I thought the price was too high and I'm not planning a return stay soon.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Silver Cloud Hotel - Broadway Seattle

    4.50 of 5 stars Outstanding
     

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