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Hotel Deca

Hotel Deca

Hotel, Event Space, and Meeting Room
University District, Seattle
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  • Don D.
    "Great Happy Hour in the downstairs lounge!"(3 Tips)
    Andrew C.
    "Old hotel with thin walls but renovated and comfortable."(2 Tips)
    Natalie S.
    "Large rooms, very clean sheets, comfy king beds."(2 Tips)
    Princess d.
    "Cafe next to lobby is not affiliated with hotel."(2 Tips)
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  • Los Angeles Times
    Los Angeles TimesJuly 27, 2012
    The Hotel Deca is a striking 16-story slice of Streamline Moderne, built in 1931 near the University of Washington campus in the heart of the often-scruffy University District. Read more
  • Wesley Z.
    Wesley ZieglerAugust 26, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    The front desk agents love to hook people up. All they need is a reason. Take care of them, give a smile, don't be a jerk. It's pretty easy to get service people to go out of their way for you.
  • Joseph B.
    Joseph BlackburnApril 6, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    By far the best hotel in the U-District and a hidden gem amongst surrounding area hotels. It won several architectural design awards when it first opened!
  • Clarissa S.
    Clarissa SuharliDecember 3, 2014
    paying a bit more for the view is totally worth it - I can see space needle from room 507 ☺️
  • Misty A.
    Misty Anguiano-SpanbergerSeptember 22, 2012
    Clean room & great location if you are doing UW activities. Great staff too. Highly recommend staying here.
  • Lady Zombie S.
    Lady Zombie SangreaSeptember 1, 2013
    Gorgeous hotel! The staff was so friendly, and even gave us a complimentary upgrade for our honeymoon!
  • Hotel Tonight
    Hotel TonightAugust 15, 2011
    The Grand Ballroom lives up to the name, with 18-foot ceilings and chandeliers made of hand-blown glass and wrought iron.
  • Trent M.
    Trent MJanuary 12
    Nice hotel, nice location. Unfortunately the walls are paper thin. You can hear everything between rooms. Everything...
  • Natalie S.
    Natalie SoSteffJune 13, 2011
    Large rooms, very clean sheets, comfy king beds. A great deal for $110 a night!
  • Caitlin
    CaitlinOctober 16, 2015
    The staff goes above and beyond such a great place to stay
  • Betty L.
    Betty LueraAugust 22, 2014
    Super friendly staff, very eager to please.
  • Kerry J.
    Kerry JeffreyMay 5, 2013
    Nice rooms, though the beds seemed very narrow. Get any sundries before the drugstore down the street closes.
  • Wesley Z.
    Wesley ZieglerOctober 1, 2011
    Been here 50+ times
    A lot of celebrities stay here now that the Neptune Theater across the street is a live performance venue. Just met Dmitri Martin in the elevator...nbd.
  • Lisa H.
    Lisa HinchliffeAugust 8, 2014
    Not unhappy to be leaving here. Had stayed twice before few years ago and it was great. Not any more. Also, good luck getting a cab in any sort of timely way in afternoon/evening.
  • Noble H.
    Great location and customer service. Enjoy some jazz at the bar downstairs!
  • Andrew C.
    Andrew CJuly 10
    Old hotel with thin walls but renovated and comfortable.
  • Princess d.
    Princess de JesusMarch 6, 2016
    Thin walls. Doors that slam. Good location for college crowd but I wouldn't recommend this for others
  • Princess d.
    Princess de JesusMarch 6, 2016
    Cafe next to lobby is not affiliated with hotel. Cannot charge hotel room. The District lounge is.
  • Natasha B.
    Natasha BalczoMay 6, 2013
    Been here 10+ times
    Awful noise from the central air conditioning system all night long, not clean, breakfast not included. Would recommend hostels around the area rather than this hotel.
  • Chris C.
    Chris CaloOctober 17, 2016
    Wifi is pretty poor in the rooms. The wifi in Post Alley Cafe downstairs in the same building is far better.
  • graceface k.
    graceface killaMay 27, 2012
    Make sure you hear the chirp when you put your key in the elevator to access your floor, or whoever checked you in sucks.
  • Linda R.
    Linda Robinson BarrSeptember 24, 2009
    Stay here and you can easily get to all the cool bars in the U-District. You can also catch the 30 route bus directly to Fremont!
  • Roger S.
    Roger SchonfeldAugust 8, 2014
    Front desk staff was ridiculous at every moment. Housekeeping started knocking too early. Room was tiny except closet was walk-in.
  • Theresa C.
    Theresa CollinsSeptember 16, 2012
    Been here 5+ times
    Super awesome looking lobby!!!
  • Mary S.
    Mary SMarch 29, 2015
    Nice meeting rooms
  • Don D.
    Don DennisNovember 9, 2010
    Great Happy Hour in the downstairs lounge!
  • Matt G.
    Matt GiffordMarch 9, 2012
    Been here 10+ times
    Check in while you check out
  • Kay K.
    Kay KelisonNovember 27, 2010
    Best place to stay at the holidays.
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