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Ace Hotel Seattle

Ace Hotel Seattle Rating: 3.5 Pearls

This petite 28-room boutique in Belltown was the first hotel of the hipster-friendly Ace Hotels mini-chain, and it was designed with young, hip budget travelers in mind. The owner deliberately filled the hotel with flea market finds, and rooms are spare and bohemian, with wool blankets, vintage or repurposed furniture, and quirky details such as Andre the Giant artwork. There are two room types: Standard Rooms, which have shared bathrooms, and Deluxe Rooms, which have private bathrooms and air conditioners. Belltown, which was edgy and up-and-coming when the hotel first opened, is now one of Seattle's hottest neighborhoods, with a thriving restaurant and bar scene. Popular attractions such as Pike Place Market and the Space Needle are within walking distance.
The Inn at El Gaucho

The Inn at El Gaucho Rating: 3.5 Pearls

Located smack-dab in the epicenter of downtown Seattle’ popular Belltown neighborhood, The Inn at El Gaucho is an intimate, second-story boutique hotel on top of El Gaucho steakhouse, featuring 18 spacious rooms. The hotel is ultra-convenient -- it’s walking distance to almost every popular Seattle attraction -- but has limited services (no elevator, no gym), so if you’re looking for a bit of pampering and luxury, you’ll probably want to head to a larger, more traditional venue.
Redmond Marriott Town Center

Redmond Marriott Town Center Rating: 3.5 Pearls

The Redmond Marriott Town Center is attached to a popular outdoor shopping mall, and its Redmond location convenient for conferences and Microsoft/Nintendo/ATT meetings. But rooms are bland, and there are extra fees for everything (Wi-Fi, breakfast) -- unlike at its Residence Inn sister hotel a mere one-minute-walk away.

BEST WESTERN PLUS Executive Inn Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Simple, clean, and inexpensive, BEST WESTERN PLUS Executive Inn is a no-frills mid-range property located near the EMP Museum. Convenient for leisure travelers who want to explore the area as well as guests traveling on business, popular attractions like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and Pacific Science Center are all within walking distance. The on-site restaurant, Brella’s Sports Lounge, offers casual dining and an inexpensive breakfast buffet. Rooms are basic but feature microwaves and refrigerators as well as free Wi-Fi, though some spaces can feel worn or get a lot of noise due to the hotel's central location. There’s also a large 24-hour fitness center on-site as well as a small business center. A nightly fee is required for parking.
Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Pioneer Square

Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Pioneer Square Rating: 3.0 Pearls

Luxurious it isn’t, but the Courtyard Seattle Downtown/Pioneer Square gets big points for its lively, well-chosen locale and no-nickel-and-diming attitude. Contemporary rooms may be on the small side, but they're pretty stylish for a chain and have up-to-date tech features. Given the captivating, historic neighborhood, you’ll likely spend little time in them.
Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center

Four Points by Sheraton Downtown Seattle Center Rating: 3.0 Pearls

While not exactly downtown, this no-frills, family-friendly hotel is fairly convenient to the attractions at Seattle Center, including the Space Needle, and the core of downtown Seattle is a short monorail or bus ride away. The location might be off-putting to some guests, as State Highway 99 borders the eastern edge of the property and ongoing road construction in the area can make rooms noisy. Although the hotel provides earplugs, light sleepers might want to request a room on the opposite side. Guests familiar with Starwood properties might not find this Four Points up to par, but the cozy and colorful hotel, with a 24-hour gym and business amenities, is generally a good value.
Holiday Inn Seattle

Holiday Inn Seattle Rating: 3.0 Pearls

This Holiday Inn caters to business travelers, but is also popular with tourists largely because of its location a few blocks from some of the city’s big attractions, including the Space Needle, the Pacific Science Center, the Experience Music Project, and the Key Arena. The 196 rooms have basic decor but are clean and bright. There’s a decent restaurant on-site that serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner, a small gym, and standard business amenities, including free Wi-Fi. It’s worth comparing rates with some non-chain hotels that have a little more personality, such as the Mediterranean Inn.
Belltown Inn

Belltown Inn Rating: 2.5 Pearls

This mid-size, economy hotel is centrally located in the heart of Seattle -- equidistant to the downtown area and the Space Needle -- making it an ideal choice for those in town for business or pleasure. With the property adjacent to the lovely tree-lined Bell Street, guests of Belltown Inn will find themselves within easy walking distance of many area restaurants and bars as well as significant city sights like Pike Place Market, Seattle Center, and Seattle Aquarium. The rooms in this hotel are small and fairly standard issue, but they're clean and comfortable. All have kitchenettes with microwaves and mini-fridges as well as flat-screen TVs, but there’s no air-conditioning or free Wi-Fi, though the daily surcharge for Internet access is not obscene compared to other hotels. The business center is open 24 hours and there are also hotel staff members available around the clock. Fun perks include a lovely rooftop deck and free bicycles you can borrow.

BEST WESTERN Loyal Inn Rating: 2.5 Pearls

Simple, clean, and inexpensive, BEST WESTERN Loyal Inn is a no-frills budget property conveniently located on Denny Way. The property looks worn but the location is ideal. Guests are within walking distance of a number of shops, restaurants, bars, and attractions, including the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and Seattle Waterfront. Rooms offer basic decor with microwaves and refrigerators. Amenities include free Wi-Fi and a free daily hot breakfast, along with 24-hour fitness and business centers and an indoor whirlpool. There’s a nightly fee for parking and, keeping in mind the hotel’s central location, the area can be noisy.


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