|"Very close to Seattle center."||(in 24 reviews)|
|"Beds comfortable, shower excellent."||(in 11 reviews)|
|"Vey accommodating and helpful staffs!."||(in 137 reviews)|
|"The place was falling apart."||(in 27 reviews)|
|"Room was old and shabby."||(in 82 reviews)|
|"This hotel is old and rundown."||(in 16 reviews)|
The location is great, you can practically walk to many great places from there.
Older character building with charm, close to many eateries, coffee shops, and funky stores. Almost next door to space needle and key arena. Walkable and safe.
Suited my needs. Mostly.
Bed was comfortable and easy 20 minutes walk to Pike Place, and very close to the Space Needle.
Hairs in the tub, and the worst water pressure, and a shower head below my eye-line, meaning I was bending down, squatting almost, to try and shower with 50% water pressure.
The location was good.
The price was high considering the basic hotel it was.Thin walls,old building,windows etc.Simply to expensive for the basic level of commodities.The bath tub was so old that look like dirty and the water didn't have any presure.Not bad overall,but too pricey.
Dirty towels and bed sheets
I liked the location and the bed.
The hotel is literally old and falling apart. The towels are not washed between guest visits.
Older facility with character, very clean, cute court yard and a nice quiter location. I traveled alone and it was perfect!
I liked the kooky feel and old was of the building.
There was only one mirror and there was no soap
It was nasty. Really nasty.
There were two things I liked. The location was stellar! If not for that we would have stayed somewhere else and forfeited our money. The front desk agent (a nice blond girl) was so polite and understanding. She deserves to work at a nicer hotel.
Mildew, mold, water damage and more. It was not a sanitary place to stay. You can tell the owners picked the cheapest options for everything. We could see a homeless camp outside the window. The room was dusty and not well cleaned. At least the mattresses looked pretty new but there was no bed bug protection. Other than the room being disgusting.... Our other trouble was we found the room we booked going for less than HALF what we paid for it!!!! We paid 160 for a one queen room and the NEXT DAY it was online on the same site for 70! We booked online so there's nothing they can do about the rate. They wouldn't even refund our 20$ parking fee! I requested a call from the manager and still haven't got one. I do not recommend this place at all.
Best part about this hotel is that it was 472 feet from Key Arena.
No parking, no hair dryer, phone but not plugged in. Bathroom was clean but low shower head and toilet seat was worn out. First room we were given was under remodel, opening the door was a shock with the bathroom completely torn out, mattress in the closet and the shower/bath tub surround in the main living area. The motel is old, and it smells like it. Window air conditioner really loud and made funny noises all night but you don't dare open the windows because of transients outside wondering all night and having loud conversations. The price was bizarre but figured it being close to the event we were going to would make it worthwhile. Not the case, would not stay again even at a lower rate.
The Queen Anne has a strange allure. It is located close to the Space Needle and EMP. What it lacks in modernity and comfort it makes up for in charm.
Screaming man at night. Somewhat of a gritty feel to the overall room.
With a stay at Inn At Queen Anne, you'll be centrally located in Seattle, within a 5-minute drive of Seattle Center and Seattle Waterfront. Featured amenities include a business center, dry cleaning/laundry services, and a 24-hour front desk. Self parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.
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