Holiday Inn Seattle

211 Dexter Avenue North, Seattle, Washington, 98109, United States
#38 of 185 hotels in Seattle
Good (3.0 out of 5.0) 4 reviews
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Surpringly nice hotel plus view the space Needle

Best (5.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 17, 2015

We often stay at more upscale accommodations but my husband used his priority rewards to get a free stay. He travels for work so earns lots of them and when we are just looking for a clean room to crash we don't need to stay at the highest lever of luxury.
This is our first and only time in Seattle or Washington state and I was very please with our stay here. First of all it's newly renovated and everything feels new. The beds were super comfortable and the room was quiet. They gave us a free upgrade to a higher nicer room because my husband is Diamond level rewards and i was thrilled to see we had a view of the space needle from our room. How fun is that. hotel is in the heart of the Seattle Center, so you are just minutes from all of Seattle’s most famous “must-see” attractions like the world famous Pike Place Market, the breath-taking Seattle Waterfront, the Experience Music Project, Pacific Science Center, Science Fiction Museum, Children’s Museum, Seattle Art Museum, Lake Union, Convention Center, and of course, the Space Needle! We were within walking distance from a lot of the normal tourist attraction and there is public transportation options just a couple blocks away. Taylors farm Oysters is also close to walk to if your a fan of Oysters .. which we are.
we had lot on our agenda so we took the car .. we wanted to see the tulip fields that are gorgeous in April, the impressive Snoqualmie falls, Olympic national park and forest. ect.

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Holiday Inn Seattle

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on May 1, 2012

Walking distance to Seattle Center and Lake Union. 2 blocks from Whole Foods, 3 blocks from Walgreens, 5 blocks from Subway stores, and 6 blocks from 7/11. Other restaurants in the area also within walking distance. Buses galore, tram 2 blocks away, monorail is 5 blocks away.
Unfortnately, it is right next to a helicopter launching pad. The windows are not soundproof against the noise that the helicopter makes either. It was quite annoying when it lands at 5am!

Unique Quality: 24 hour front desk and security. 6 blocks away from downtown where you have access to the free buses from 6am to 7pm. The neighborhood is safe day and night. Free wifi, Microwave, Refrigerator, coffee pot, forks, knives, spoons, plates, temperature controlled, and padded headboard.

Directions: Central Business District / Belltown

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Average Stay

Bad (2.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on January 1, 2012

We chose this hotel in downtown Seattle for it's close proximity to the Space Needle and other attractions downtown. We had rented a car and checked in. Upon check-in, we were surprised to hear that we had to pay 10 bucks USD to pay for parking, PER DAY! That's unheard of for us southwestern folk unless it's something like valet. We weren't thrilled about that. The rooms are average and the beds were comfy. I remember having a bit of an issue accessing the wi-fi. The parking garage is really hard to navigate and is pretty small. It feels like you could back into a column! Gotta make the most of the space you got I guess! We loved the proximity to a lot of attractions like the ones mentioned above. There was no pool and that was a big disappointment especially for my dad, as was for me. The staff were great, and that's always a plus. I don't know about staying here again, though. Please excuse the fact I don't have a price per night as my family and I booked it with a package deal from Southwest.com that was all-inclusive. Please call the number I've provided on this tip, because you know hotel prices always change!

Unique Quality: We had no views. We faced another wall with an open alleyway below. So that counts out the views. Just your basic hotel experience if you were to be stranded or needed somewhere to rest your head.

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10 minutes walk away from downtown

Good (3.0 of 5.0 stars)
by written on March 17, 2006

Newly furnished hotel (I think, otherwise they've done a very good job at keeping it so clean and new) with very friendly staff. My room had a kitchenette equipped with a fridge and microwave (handy for those restaurant meals that I've had to doggy-bag because the portions were so huge!!!).

It's located just outside downtown, it'll take about 10 minutes to walk there. Takes about 10 minutes to walk to the Seattle Center.

If you're considering between staying at either this Holiday Inn or the Holiday Inn Express on Aurora Avenue, please note that these two hotels sits back to back to each other.

Directions: Between John and Thomas St.

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Holiday Inn Seattle

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Address: 211 Dexter Avenue North, Seattle, Washington, 98109, United States

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  • Fitness Center
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