Warwick Seattle Hotel

401 Lenora Street, Seattle, Washington, 98121, United States | 4 star hotel
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Seattle, Museum of Flight

A travel blog entry by jenny_s on Jun 07, 2014

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Negotiated the Metro Bus, and arrived right outside Museum of Flight. We were very pleased, the bus drivers were very helpful and so were fellow travelers.
Had a big day and arrived at 10 am and left at 5.30pm. It was a very well set out museum, the displays were interesting and the planes on display were great as well.
I tried to get Nev …

Seattle day 2

A travel blog entry by dabradz on Aug 22, 2013

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A bit of a sleep in and off to the Dahlia Bakery for breakfast. http://tomdouglas.com/index.php?page=da hlia-bakery-location Just down the road and this place has a Tibetan chef who makes some amazing stuff. Some of it pretty expensive...like apple pie $35.00 for the whole thing. Sheesh people don't bake in Seattle obviously.!!

Peter and …

Seattle day one

A travel blog entry by dabradz on Aug 21, 2013

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Early flight 7.30 and the taxi trip cost about $50 much better way to go.

We hopped onto the sky train inside the terminal and promptly went the wrong way, darn.. oh well, we had heaps of time.

The plane was packed but only two hours to Seattle so all good. Seattle was a little like Melbourne and the Warwick Hotel http://www. …

Aero Group Trip

A travel blog entry by dawncole

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... a separate, discrete door, we were very confused for quite some time. Shortly before she came out we intruded on a family reunion between a military man and his wife/3 kids. We all teared up so by the time Kris came out she was crying (so happy to be back 'home') and we were too. Note - Kris's husband is stationed in Japan as an Air force fighter pilot. Anyways, we met Bob at a Thai restaurant he recommended. Later that night we enjoyed catching up on ...

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This 4 star hotel, located in the Downtown area of Seattle, is near Seattle Center Monorail, Seattle Glassblowing Studio, Patagonia Seattle, and Art/Not Terminal Gallery.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsWarwick Seattle Hotel

    Reviewed by dabradz

    Warwick

    Reviewed Aug 22, 2013
    by (27 reviews) Belgrave South, Melbourne, Australia , Australia Flag of Australia

    Really nice Hotel good rooms good service recommended

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

    Reviewed by joe3523

    Pretty Nice

    Reviewed Jul 2, 2013
    by (20 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    The room was very nice but no ice or vending on every floor and the pool/work room was small.

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

    Reviewed by i.d.k.

    Great Location

    Reviewed Sep 19, 2011
    by (9 reviews) , United States Flag of United States

    Great Location ~ perfect for walking to the waterfront and all over downtown. There is a grocery store/deli/wine outlet across the street and a movie theatre. Starbucks all around. Great room with balcony. This was a nice room and our stay was a good deal. We would stay here again.

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

    Historical Traveler Reviews Warwick Seattle Hotel

    Good Location

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    We spent 2 days and 3 nights in Seattle and the Warwick is a good location for walking anywhere downtown or along the harbor. The staff was friendly, the room was decent, and the hallways are kind of tatty but what you might expect in an older property. The only negative to the Warwick is room service: it takes forever to get anyone to respond, and the food is truly miserable. The croissants we rec'd were like ships biscuits, and I quickly learned to go fetch a good cup of coffee or latte each morning rather than wait on hotel service.

    HONEYMOON WITHOUT THE HONEY

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    This was our 2nd destination on our honeymoon around the States. We arrived at the Warwick early evening. The front desk was too preoccupied answering the phone than giving us full attention. We got no congratulations and when we got to our room there was no honeymoon extras. I would have expected to have got the Space Needle view but instead we were put on the other side of the hotel, which still had quite an impressive view, but if you'd had been any lower than the 11th floor you wouldn't have realised.

    If you get offered room 1106 or anything 06, refuse right away. The room we had was on the triple elevator shaft and all night and day all we heard was them racing up and down the building. We did try to change rooms, but the alternative was smaller and poorly furnished so we put up with the noise for a week.

    The so called free shuttle does cost in tips to the drivers, who work their ass off to fill you full of info and other useless tourist crap. Its easier to grab the public bus because that is free and the bus driver keeps their opinions to themselves.

    Awesome!

    from

    My family and I had a fantastic experience at the Warwick Hotel. We stayed at the hotel for 5 nights. When we first went into the hotel room at 9 pm, we were welcomed with a beautiful view of the Space Needle. My teenage children used the exercise room as well as the pool. My husband and I did also. The concierges were a wealth of information. The entire staff were courteous and helpful. The location was excellent. Just a few blocks from downtown, Pike's Market, and the waterfront. Also, across the street in a grocery store that is open early and closes late.

    Very Classy

    from

    I stayed here last year for about 2 nights and I was very happy with my room and location. My room faced a great view of the Space Needle and there was a grocery store right across the street for late night snacks. The hotel also has a mini bar if you're too lazy to go out for drinks or snacks. Front desk personnel very professional and site seeing mini bus will pick you up from your hotel just ask the front desk staff to make reservation for you. Also Gray Line airport bus will pick you up from hotel and bring you to airport for 8.50. I wanted to stay here again, but I can't afford it this year. Will definitely come back again though. P.S. rooms very spacious with Queen/King bed and sofa for lounging.

    Loved the Warwick!

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    Great location! The Warwick is within walking distance to everything downtown. Our room had a beautiful view of both the water and the Space Needle. We heard numerous sirens during the evening, but I think you are going to hear that anywhere in downtown Seattle. The staff was extremely courteous. I would definitely stay here again.

    Disappointed

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    My daughter and I stayed at the Warwick Hotel this past weekend for our annual trip away. I chose the Warwick for its location: near shopping and Seattle Center. It is within 3 blocks of Westlake Center and Pacific Place but is just far enough away to be in a seedy area. Didn't sleep most of the night due to car alarms, sirens, loud vehicles and one or two shouting drunks outside. Terrible, terrible room location with "Space Needle View"--we could stay up all night looking at it! The "beautiful Italian marble bathroom" had disgusting mildewy grout around the lovely Italian marble tiles. The rooms furnishings were cheap and unattractive. No coffee maker. Brasserie Margaux was very nice, esp for breakfast and coffee given the lack of coffee in the room but the waitstaff was lackluster.

    Great Hotel.....

    from

    We stayed at The Warwick for 3 nights on our way to Vancouver. We had a fantastic room with a great Space Needle view. The hotel is perfectly situated to visit most attractions in a matter of minutes. Rooms were clean and well appointed, staff extremely helpful and food in the restaurant is extremely good. We were travelling with 2 children, so the 24hr courtesy shuttle service was most useful and well used!! We would certainly recommend this hotel to anyone visiting Seattle.

    Great place to stay in downtown Seattle

    from

    My husband and I stayed at the Warwick at the end of October, 2003.

    This is a very nice hotel conveniently located in downtown Seattle. Ask for a Space Needle view room on an upper floor. Our room on the 17th floor had a little step out balcony, a mini-bar and Italian marble bathroom. They have a very nice restaurant, the Brassiere Margeaux. The hotel is withing walking distance of Pike's Market, shopping areas such as Nordstrom's and many fine restaurants. One of the best features is the free courtesy van that will take you anywhere you want to go in the downtown area. We used it to go to the EMP at the Space Needle Center and Pioneer Square. It's great - when you are ready to be picked up, you just call them and they come and get you. The concierge is also very helpful. The Airport Grey Line Bus also stops right outside the hotel, which is what we used to get back to Sea-Tac. I would definitely recommend this hotel to anyone who wants to stay in the downtown Seattle area.

    Warwick is pretty wonderful!

    from

    The Warwick offers most of the amenities of larger city hotels. The staff is very helpful and the free shuttle service is great if you want to park your car and not use a taxi. The rooms are nice and have good quality amenities. Ask for higher floor and the views are great! The carpets and curtains could use a little cleaning but all in all a pretty good stay for the money. Location is easy access - try the Dahlia restaurant accross the street.

    Location, Location, Location!

    from

    We booked a double room on the North side of the hotel, (Space Needle view), for 2 nights before an Alaskan cruise. We'd flown into Seattle, and we very interested in the free, 24 hour shuttle for the downtown and waterfront area.

    This is roughly the same area covered by the free ride bus system, but the buses stop free service at 7 p.m., before many restaurants and entertainment venues close, so the shuttle was a big selling point.

    The front desk was polite but the young clerk was a bit full of herself. Other than that, I felt service was very nice. The room itself was large but lacked a separate seating area with small table and two chairs. There was an oversized TV with cable channels, and a small honor bar.

    I preferred a regular small frig for leftovers from Roy's, Palace Kitchen and Black Dahlia, (all within easy walking distance and highly recommended), and was able to rearrange the snacks and bottled water/soda to use the bottom of the frig for my own stuff.

    The beds were nice and the bathroom had better than average toiletries provided. The view, as advertised, was awesome, with 180 degree glimpses of Elliot Bay, Lake Washinton and of course, the Space Needle.

    Bargains can be had, if you watch for them, and a special Memorial Day weekend brought our price down to $139 (for Space Needle view) per night, double.

    The best thing about the Warwick, besides the perfect downtown, close to waterfront, downtown shopping and Space Needle, was the Brassiere Margaux attached.

    The prix fixe lunch and dinner were excellent bargains, and the best clam chowder, fresh breads and lovely desserts are fantastic. The service was superior but never snooty, and the filling breakfasts were perfect for the traveler on the go.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Warwick Seattle Hotel

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