You don’t get what you pay for. I paid well over $350+ per night. The rooms are very small....New York small! Air conditioners are old window units and obstruct views. We asked for a late checkout because we had a late afternoon flight and before my husband could finish his sentence they flat out said NO! A simple, “I’m sorry sir, we uortunately cannot accommodate a late checkout.” Would have been suffice. It was a Tuesday, NOT a holiday, and the hotel did not seem busy at all. It’s not the worst hotel, but there were to many flaws for my liking. If I ever visit Seattle again I’ll more than likely be staying at a different hotel.
Wouldn't stay here again.
The front desk staff and the valets were very friendly.
The room size was ridiculous and the bathroom was the size of a closet. They obviously know that the rooms are noisy because they give you a pair of ear plugs on the nightstands.
Craft beer everyday from 5-6pm for free and as much as you can drink in an hour.
Friendly staff; good location
Mini full room is smaller than my expectation; the bathroom and restroom are separated.
The beds are really comfortable the room are clean we plan to come back.
The bathroom was a little small but it worked
Cool Vibe, TINY Rooms
I liked the overall feel and look of the lobby, the staff was nice, so was the location.
When we booked a room, it was listed as a 2 person 'microqueen' which I assumed would be a bed somewhere between a full and a queen. It was actually a queen-sized bed in a room that was barely larger than a queen-size bed. It kind of feels like you are in the shipping container of the mattress. If all you want to do is lie on a bed it's cool, but it's quite cramped.
Kudos to the staff who were always very friendly and helpful!
The room was very small.
I just loved everything. Would definitely stay there again.
I was supposed to stay two night but they double booked my room so they moved me to another hotel. Though it was handled very nicely, I would have preferred to stay there both nights.
Go out on a date.
Getting a glass of beer at check out was great. Nice staff and great for couples.
The rooms can seem a tad small at times. Any more than two people and there is definitely no where to sit. However, I also chalk that aspect up to the intimate vibe of the hotel.
To the Max!
A boutique hotel that's worth every penny. The staff is super friendly and genuine. The rooms are clean and the beds super comfortable. The location is perfect for downtown as shopping and pike place market are all within walking distance. This is my go to hotel from now on...
The elevators are super slow so give your self extra time if you're rushing in the morning.
The front staff was awesome and very helpful. The rooms were spacious yet cozy and the beds were so comfy!!
Location was nice. Convenient walk to Market.
Terrible service. Everyone on staff seemed new. Valeted car was a waste of time. One person running entire hotel for all guests. When I needed my vehicle I was ultimately in a line until the one assistant for the hotel could help us. Then they had to take an elevator to get the vehicle which was a huge time waster for us. A few times we needed access to our vehicle and it was very inconvenient. Upon arrival we asked for a particular type of shop and the staff told us that corporate said they were not allowed to talk to us about that. They literally did not tell us where to go in town to find what we were looking for. Very strange and uncomfortable.
The Hotel Max is located in downtown Seattle, Wash; near many of the city's shops, fine restaurants and renowned theaters. Pacific Place is located 1 block from the hotel. Pike Place Market is 5 blocks away.
The Hotel Max was built in the 1920s by lumber magnate Joseph Vance, and was completely renovated in 2005. The lobby's red-lacquer and black décor sets an artistic tone for the guestroom hallways that double as photographic art galleries. A car service can transport guests to and from the airport for an additional cost. Complimentary wireless Internet access is available in the lobby. The hotel's 24-hour, complimentary fitness room contains television-mounted cardiovascular machines and free weights. 2 official meeting rooms are also available, and guests will find an open event space for hire as well. Free newspapers are available for perusal in the lobby.
The 10-story Hotel Max offers 174 Denise Corso-designed guestrooms showcasing original artworks by local and regional artists and photographers. Slate-gray walls contrast with tomato-hued throw pillows and bed scarves. Sink into comfort with pillowtop mattress beds topped with Egyptian-cotton sheets, down comforters and a pillow menu. Bathrooms contain metal basin sinks, rainforest showerheads, marble floors and tomato-colored or neutral-toned wallpaper. Bathrooms are stocked with Aveda toiletries. Select rooms contain showers only. Rooms include complimentary wireless Internet access, and 32-inch flat-panel cable televisions with pay movies.
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