Sheraton Seattle Hotel
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- Swimming pool
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- Wheelchair accessibility
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sheraton Seattle Hotel
Nice touch from the Sheraton
Just returned from a weekend visit to the Sheraton. We were in Seattle for business but it also happened to be my birthday. We upgraded to the Concierge Level and was happy we did. Rooms are fine, beds very comfortable and staff very helpful. High speed internet access in rooms. We ate at the Pike Street Cafe Buffet and enjoyed it very much.
As a special touch for the occassion, on our second day we arrived back to our room and found chocolate strawberries from the front desk! Very nice!
This is a great place to stay!
I did a lot of research online before booking this hotel - this was the only hotel in the area that had no negative feedback anywhere on the web (that I could find). I was concerned that my expectations might be too high, but they were not at all! This is a really wonderful place to stay in Seattle. I got a great deal on a promotion through Master Card (stay 3 nights, pay only for 2). This, and the time of year (winter) made it quite affordable. I opted for a Tower room, and it was definitely worth the extra money!! They provide a lovely extended continental breakfast in the lounge M-F, but if you stay on the weekend you get the breakfast buffet at their restaurant, which is really nice and includes champagne! Between that, the evening snacks, and welcome drink, paying the extra money for the Towers is worth it. The view is better, and you also get to use the fitness facilities without charge.
The beds are extremely comfortable, the room was nicely done and didn't have that haggard look that I have found at some nice hotel chains who don't bother to update their rooms (carpet, furniture, etc.) often. The hotel staff is unbelievable friendly and accomodating. We were reluctant to check out of this hotel :) Finally, the location is really great. Only a couple of blocks from the monorail, and about 6 blocks to Pike Place Market. It is notable that the hotel is at the corner of 6th and Pike, and Pike has a slight incline, but nothing like some of the other roads leading down to the wharf area (which are extremely steep), which made it easier to get around than some other locations. Highly recommend this hotel!!!
One of the nicest "large" hotels I've ever experienced. The room was new and trendy, everything worked (a rare occurrence these days, it seems) and the staff was helpful. The location's very good, too.
Great Place to Stay
My husband and I stayed here on December 13th, 2003. We found it very nice. While we did not use the hotel amenities, it has a great location. It is across from FAO Schwarz, Nike Town, and other shopping areas.
Great Deal - perfect location!
We got a room here through Priceline and paid about $70 a night for a wonderful huge room with a view of the water!! The location was perfect, a short walk from Pike's Market and all the shopping, close to public transportation. The service was great - we would definitely stay here again, priceline or not!!
Great sized rooms
I was VERY impressed with my room, the customer service and the price I paid. I used priceline and paid $120.00 with all taxes per night. Only 1/2 mile from Pike's Market. I was so happy. The pool and work out room have a great view.but the pool was A LOT smaller than I expected. A very nice hotel.
Great Room - Great Service
Have recently returned from a 3 night stay at the Sheraton Seattle.
Wonderful hotel, incredible location, impecable service and quality of room. Paid a little more and stayed on one of the Club Floors - 33rd Floor - definitely worth the little more you spend.
Coffee/tea/chocolates/fruit bowl provided up until 4 pm daily - generous breakfast provided up until 10 pm and evening appetizers provided up until 7 pm (Monday to Friday), plus complimentary use of pool and fitness area (albiet fitness area is small)... but hey - you're in Seattle there is so much to see out of doors. Would definitely recommend a Club Floor and this hotel. Was reminded by all staff - from check in to housekeeping and everyone I met in between - if you're not happy - we're not happy - please let us know. Definitely a great place.
Perfect location in Seattle, very nice size rooms. 2 complaints: it costs $6/day to use their workout facility (which is small); plus car parking was $24/day (a little much, don't you think?).
Overall, I would highly recommend.
Very nice place
I'm a travel agent. My wife and I stayed here in July, 2002. It's a great hotel. We would stay there again. We found a decent rate - $129 - shopping around and considered it a bargain. We asked for a nice view, but because there are so many tall buildings around this hotel, that's difficult. You have to be on a really high floor or faced a certain direction. In our case, we faced the Space Needle, which was fine. The hotel is beautiful and it offers a great location. It's near shopping, fine restaurants and more. Of course, since it's Seattle, there are coffee shops everywhere. We enjoyed the hotel pool, which is indoors on one of the top floors. From the pool, you have a nice view of the entire downtown area. There's also a workout area that's pretty decent.
Really enjoyed this hotel!
Went to a convention at the Sheraton in 5/2002. We had been advised by a friend to ask about the top floors; since we were there with a convention, we had a convention rate that my business would pay. It turned out that upgrading the rooms was only $40 more a night, and the view and amenities were really nice. It's probably more expensive to be on the very top floor, but since they were out of the medium upgrade rooms, they went ahead and put us up there at no extra charge--those rooms included breakfast anywhere in the hotel, use of the spa and a lounge with internet access, fresh flowers in the room, and a killer view. We were delighted.
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... My burger and Caesar salad was OK but I'm not sure I would like it every day. The kids went to a variety of classes and from those that I spoke to were asked some interesting questions. We were personally asked about Vegemite and how many pet kangaroos we had. The school day ended at 2:25 and there were preparations for the big basketball game against a local school. Word on the street was that Olympia was ...
... Park. Afterwards in the walk back through town we got chocolate croissant and brioche from a French bakery.
Then we returned to the room at the Roosevelt. The plan was to go out to the Space Needle and the surrounding attractions and take the monorail there. However it had started raining once we got to the monorail. The Space Needle was pretty neat but decided due to the rain we would give it a miss. We had a quick look at the Chihuly ...
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