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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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|beautiful room||in 3 reviews|
|bed was comfortable||in 55 reviews|
|downtown seattle||in 5 reviews|
|electrical outlets||in 6 reviews|
|food available||in 10 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 126 reviews|
|great breakfast||in 101 reviews|
|great location||in 124 reviews|
|heavy luggage||in 11 reviews|
|love this hotel||in 48 reviews|
|open some windows||in 4 reviews|
|room and facilities||in 9 reviews|
|room with a view||in 13 reviews|
|shared bathroom||in 57 reviews|
|soaps body||in 6 reviews|
|street noise||in 7 reviews|
|walk to pike||in 8 reviews|
The staff was so welcoming and attentive. The location was great and convenient.
It was conveniently located located. It was clean. Free breakfast and great coffee appreciated.
The check-in desk clerk was rude. No elevator! Parking is on your own... at 43$ a night. The property is dated. As in 20+ years since it’s seen any true maintenance. Fresh paint and some maintenance would make a world of a difference. This property is unlike any other ace hotel and that should be mentioned. It’s more like a glorified hostel from the late 90s.
I like the attention, dedication and attitude of Grandom at the front desk especially! He works during the day, he was super nice, helped us getting the right room (as they had put us in a wrong one the night before) and also recommended us places to get around. He always had a smile and great disposition!
Nate, front desk. He works on the night shift. I reserved a King bed, and on the night we arrived, he put us in the smallest room with a queen, and I showed him our request for a King, and he said they didn’t have any rooms with King beds for the any days, which is not true as likely Grabdom was willing to show us the next morning one room with King available. Also he was very rude and made comments of how he doesn’t like people from out of town, for example, didn’t want to give us an umbrella, because he said “locals” don’t use them. Maybe you shouldn’t work at a hotel if you don’t like people from out of town.
It was a creative space to stay and unique in nature. Felt like a high end hostel or Bed and Breakfast.
The bed sheets had stains on them which made for a less than ideal experience when it was time to climb in bed. The room was very clean but this was not what you wanted to find.
It felt like home. Stylish, friendly, and great location.
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.
based on 903 reviews
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- Stylish hotel
- Beautiful architecture
Policies vary by room type and provider.
FAQs when booking at Ace Hotel Seattle
How do I get to Ace Hotel Seattle from the airport?
If you’re flying into Seattle, the Ace Hotel Seattle is located about a 20m drive from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. If you prefer to travel by public transport, light rail and bus services run on a regular basis. Take the Link light rail from SeaTac Airport to Pioneer Square Station, walk for 3m to the bus stop on 3rd Avenue and Columbia Street, and get the D Line bus to 3rd Avenue and Bell Street. The Ace Hotel is a 5m walk from the bus stop and the trip from the airport should take about 55m in total. Rideshare providers such as Uber, Lyft, and Wingz can also pick up passengers from designated areas at the airport.
What can I have for breakfast at Ace Hotel Seattle?
Guests staying at Ace Hotel Seattle enjoy a complimentary Continental breakfast in the Breakfast Room. Open from 7:00 am to 12:00 pm daily, guests can help themselves to a wide variety of options, including DIY waffles, granola, cereal, yogurt, toast, fruit, fresh juice, and high quality Stumptown coffee. The space also serves as a shared kitchen where guests can store their own drinks and snacks at the hotel.
What kind of accessible amenities are available at Ace Hotel Seattle?
Ace Hotel Seattle has an ADA compliant room with an accessible bathroom to accommodate guests in wheelchairs or with mobility issues. In case of emergencies, fire alarms have been installed with audio alerts and flashing lights.
Which room should I reserve at Ace Hotel Seattle?
If you are on a budget, the Standard Shared Bath offers travelers a private room with a low platform bed, working desk, and minibar. Standard Shared Bath rooms have high ceilings, large windows, and plenty of natural light. Bathrooms are shared and located down the hall. If you prefer your own bathroom, the Deluxe room is furnished with a queen or king bed, a vintage style sofa where you can relax, and a private bathroom. Whitewashed brick walls are decorated with original art and unique design features. All rooms at Ace Hotel Seattle are pet-friendly, so you can bring your four-legged companion on vacation with you.
Can I purchase a souvenir from the Ace Hotel Seattle to take home?
The Ace Shop offers a collection of all the deluxe amenities you can find at Ace Hotel Seattle, so you can take home a lasting memento. If you want to sleep like you did on vacation, purchase a set of super soft down pillows, or the ultra-white 200 thread count, organic cotton percale bedsheets and pillow cases. The Ace’s very own towels, down duvets, and latex mattresses can also be ordered. Funky pins, patches, mugs, tote bags, t-shirts and caps are a great souvenir, while handcrafted Pearl+ soaps containing crushed natural pearls and eco-friendly Rudy’s bath products will remind you of your Seattle vacation. Practical travel goods, including tote bags, eye masks, slippers, and travel pouches, will come in handy the next time you go on vacation.
Where is Ace Hotel Seattle located?
Ace Hotel Seattle is located at 2423 1st Avenue in Belltown, 0.6 km from the centre of Seattle. Olympic Sculpture Park is the closest landmark to Ace Hotel Seattle.
When is check-in time and check-out time at Ace Hotel Seattle?
Check-in time is 15:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Ace Hotel Seattle.
Does Ace Hotel Seattle offer free Wi-Fi?
Yes, Ace Hotel Seattle offers free Wi-Fi.
Does Ace Hotel Seattle offer free parking?
No, Ace Hotel Seattle does not offer free parking.
Does Ace Hotel Seattle offer free airport shuttle service?
No, Ace Hotel Seattle does not offer free airport shuttle service.
How far is Ace Hotel Seattle from the airport?
Ace Hotel Seattle is 1.7 km from Seattle Lake Union Spb. Ace Hotel Seattle is 9.3 km from Seattle King County/Boeing.
Can you bring pets to Ace Hotel Seattle?
Yes, Ace Hotel Seattle is a pet-friendly hotel.
Does Ace Hotel Seattle have a pool?
No, Ace Hotel Seattle does not have a pool on-site.
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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||374 m|
|Seattle King Street Station||2.2 km|