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|Distance to city centre||0.6 km|
|Nearest airport||Seattle/Tacoma Intl|
|Distance to airport||18.6 km|
|"Great location, loved the room!."||(in 91 reviews)|
|"I love this hotel!"||(in 29 reviews)|
|"The staff was wonderful"||(in 83 reviews)|
|"The shared bathrooms always had hairs on the floors, and pubes on the seats."||(in 11 reviews)|
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Very clean room and bathrooms. Decent breakfast choices too
The Ace Hotel was a treat! Gold accents, white brick walls, cozy queen-sized bed and Stumptown coffee. This place is hipster through + through, which is why we chose it! You’ll find waffle dough and deliciously strong brewed coffee every morning, plus fresh fruit, yogurt and individually sized Tillamook cheese to please the inner child in us all. Did I mention the showers? The pressure and heat is on, and while not the most conservative, showers were very satisfying! While most folks will see no need for a car if venturing from Victoria to Seattle, we had one with us and were able to get creative with parking, which meant we were able to experience more of the city. You can easily walk to the Public Market within 15-20 minutes and see plenty of the city on foot thanks to this central location. We spent two nights at this gem in the city and found staff to be both helpful and friendly. They chatted us up and offered great recommendations for where to explore, including the Capitol Hill + Ballard neighbourhoods. They were ideal for shopping, dining and walking around! Definitely check out Ada's technical bookstore in Capital Hill and the flagship REI on Yale St. Ada's is an awesome coffee shop, hangout and book shop all in one. REI is an adventure gear lover's paradise.
The walls are on the thin side. The people who run this place are smart, they leave you condoms + ear plugs since there’s a good chance you’re going to use at least one of them. FYI Parking through the hotel runs at $43 per night, which grants you in and out privileges in a lot nearby. Since we were exploring different neighbourhoods, we opted out + found street parking right outside the hotel on Wall St (which happens to be free 8pm - 8am and on Sun/Holidays).
The location was great for walking to many different spots(Pike's Place and the glass garden). Also there were a ton of great places to eat nearby.
It would be nice to have a bathroom in the room, but it worked out okay. The heating was a little confusing but it turns out they just give you more blankets.
The rooms were really cool with loads of extra touches. The shared bathrooms were really near by huge, really clean and there’s enough that you never have to wait. Breakfast was basic but good quality.
Great location, friendly staff
No a/c but got an extra fan
Seattle’s Bellingham neighborhood is home to the original Ace Hotel. This hotel has a minimalistic vibe with white-painted brick walls throughout. Large works of art decorate the lobby while guest rooms have smaller works with many being painted by local artists. Guests can enjoy a scrumptious breakfast in the breakfast room featuring a waffle station along with their favorite cold breakfast items like yogurt and pastries.
This hotel is centrally located to many different downtown Seattle attractions. Chihuly Garden and Glass and P-Patch Community Gardens are both within easy walking distance. Seattle’s Space Needle is located less than a half-mile away while the iconic Pike Place Market is located nearby. It’s a quick cab ride to the Museum of Pop Culture and the Pacific Science Center.
Guests can choose between two types of rooms at the Ace Hotel. Standard rooms have a luxurious shared bath while deluxe rooms have a bath in them. There are 28 guest rooms in all with 14 having shared bathrooms. Full, queen and king-size beds are available. Each room incorporates green plants keeping with the minimalistic theme.Many have white painted floors adding to the minimalistic feeling of the white painted brick walls. The lobby at this hotel is located up a great flight of stairs while the rooms are located on the second floor of this building without an elevator.
With outstanding customer service, a centralized location, and minimalistic décor, guests will not want to wait long to book the Ace Hotel in Seattle.
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Most popular landmarks
- Olympic Sculpture Park 0.6 km
- Pike Place Market 0.6 km
- Space Needle 0.7 km
- Chihuly Garden and Glass 0.7 km
- EMP Museum 0.8 km
- Seattle Center 0.9 km
|Seattle Lake Union Spb||1.7 km|
|Seattle King County/Boeing||9.3 km|
|Seattle (Ferry - Pier 69), Washington||374 m|
|Seattle (King St. Station), Washington||2.2 km|