The Paramount Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

724 Pine St., Seattle, Washington, 98101, United States

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Satisfaction Excellent
Excellent
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Very Good
31%
251
Average
4%
37
Poor
1%
16
Terrible
1%
10

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 149% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Good For Couples
  • Families93
  • Couples94
  • Solo94
  • Business89
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    Central, Friendly Staff and Good Size Rooms

    by

    This is a 3 star hotel and it is centrally located, a short walk to Pike Fish Market. right in down town area.

    Unique Quality: Very friendly and helpful staff
    the price is reasonable for the location and the room . had a room in the 10th floor.

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Forum Posts

Best way to travel from Seattle airport to Pioneer Square

by Jefie

Hello VTers! I'm looking for the best way to travel from the airport to Pioneer Square. I see there are shuttles, taxis and public transportation available, I'd rather go with the least expensive option (so I'm guessing public transportation), as long as it's still convenient to do so with luggage. Any advice? Thanks!

Re: Best way to travel from Seattle airport to Pioneer Square

by yvr

You can take the new light rail link from the airport directly to your destination Pioneer Square. Maximum wait for a train will be 10 minutes on weekdays and 15 on weekends, the fare is $2.50 you can check out the Sound Transit website at http://soundtransit.org/Riding-Sound-Transit/Fares-and-Passes/Central-Link-Light-Rail.xml

Re: Best way to travel from Seattle airport to Pioneer Square

by Jefie

Perfect, that's what I'll do. I couldn't find the link, so thank you!

Re: Best way to travel from Seattle airport to Pioneer Square

by glabah

In downtown Seattle, the light rail line is in a tunnel with a number of bus routes.

There's a fairly nice map of downtown Seattle on King County Metro's web site:
http://metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/bus/area_images/CBDSeattleMap.pdf

It's a little confusing until you have a city to compare it to. The tunnel is roughly under 3rd street, and there are a lot of bus routes there as well. Thus, the tunnel and the multiple bus routes on this map make it hard to see exactly what is going on.

However, the transit tunnel is in a slightly different color and outlined. The map shows the names of the stations in the transit tunnel.

Some of the entrances and exits to the tunnel are obvious, and others are marked with very small signs, or look like they are the main entrance to one of the downtown sky scrapers, as many of them are built right into existing buildings.

You will be coming in from the south side of the map.

Travel Tips for Seattle

Buy a City Pass

by joiwatani

If you are planning to visit Seattle, make sure to buy a City Pass. With the City Pass, you can visit 5 famous Seattle attractions for one low price. You can visit the Museum of Flight, Argosy Harbor Tours Cruise, Woodland Park Zoo, Pacific Science Center and Seattle Aquarium. You actually save about $53.25 if you buy the City Pass which only cost $39.50. The City Pass is good for nine days fromt the first use./

Call this number: 707-256-0490

The website is www.citypass.com

Here's the price of the City Pass:

Adults $49.50 (a savings of $54.35)
Youth: 3-12 years old: $24.00 (a savings of $24.00) There is nothing like going to the Space Needle and visiting the Pike Place Market.

Standing on top of the Space Needle

by abhijits

The Space Needle is definitely one place where you have to be ...you can see for mile and miles of the landscape and of course the city of Seattle.I had the good fortune of catching a sunset from the top of the Needle and WOW what a sight. I miss the Greenery ...because in Cyprus all we have is sand and no green but well you just seem so much of green around here ...it makes you feel more alive believe it or not

Visit Pike Place Market, ride...

by ckb7063

Visit Pike Place Market, ride up the Space Needle, take a ferry ride anywhere but if time allows through the San Juan Islands...Friday Harbor is a good start. Eat at any Anthony's HomePort Restaurants or FX McRory's. The trees, mountains, & water everywhere!

Seafair

by annk

Seafair is an annual summer event that started in 1950 and is now the largest festival in the Pacific Northwest. We didn't attend but had a great view of the navy ships cruising by which was part of the "Fleet Arrival." On some ships, thousand of sailors would stand around the perimeter of the outside deck in their white uniforms during arrival into port.

www.seafair.com

Quiet Fanatic

by BlackCatRoad

No matter your personal taste in music Seattle is your town. My suggestion is to be a "quiet fanatic" when it comes to the more "well known" or shall I say infamous musical acts coming from Seattle and the Northwest region of the country. Being a tourist and just having to tell someone "Kurt changed my life," is rather hard to hear for people who actually lived it, who actually had a life, a city, and community change because of any one of the spiritually gifted musicians this city consistently produces. Unless of course you have bonded with a fellow traveler(s) and are sharing stories, then to your pleasant surprise, a round of drinks may be sent to your table by a weathered yet distinguished man tipping his mug in salute at the common bond.

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 The Paramount Hotel

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Address: 724 Pine St., Seattle, Washington, 98101, United States