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The Westin Seattle

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Belltown, Seattle
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  • Valentin G.
    "Recently renovated, great view from the top floors!"(28 Tips)
    pja666
    "north tower room called a space needle room."(3 Tips)
    Heather H.
    "Ask for high floor with a view... Totally worth it"(5 Tips)
    Kira L.
    "super comfortable beds"(2 Tips)
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  • Kay G.
    If you want Wi-Fi, you have to pay for it. Need a PC to check in to a flight, you have to pay for it. This is so 1990. When did they stop to charge for electricity in the room or warm water?
  • Michael M.
    The valet parking is a bit pricey, but that is what is all over Downtown Seattle. Good size rooms in the towers.
  • Clarissa S.
    pros: heavenly beds; amazing view of Seattle. cons: having to pay for internet access, like really?
  • Jennifer E.
    Jennifer EvansNovember 14, 2015
    Rooms can be really noisy when it's windy outside and the whole building feels like it sways.
  • Bill C.
    Bill CaplesSeptember 24, 2015
    Used to be one of the best in Seattle. Now it's mediocre with a not so great restaurant. Burgers, really? Good location.
  • E B.
    E BirdshawSeptember 22, 2015
    Great hotel. Awesome service. Really nice renovations.
  • Nana
    NanaJuly 9, 2015
    Carpets are old and the hotel could definitely use some makeover. 46th floor pretty awesome view
  • Curtis M.
    Curtis MApril 6, 2015
    The hotel is showing its age, especially the elevators. Parking overnight is very expensive. They have a very central location which is perfect for exploring the market, shopping, and Capitol Hill.
  • EmployersOnDice
    EmployersOnDiceMarch 24, 2015
    Great conference in store for the next couple of days #SourceCon. Stop by the Dice booth for #sourcing tips, or just a friendly hello
  • Love M.
    Love MeJanuary 18, 2015
    Great customer service. Perfect location in downtown near the Pike Place Market. View is awesome from the top. No free wi-fi in the rooms even with spg membership.
  • Bhaskar K.
    Bhaskar KJanuary 17, 2015
    The elevator system is easily the worst I have encountered. We waited for 30 mins on the 30th floor for an elevator to take us down.. It was so bad that I wouldn't consider staying at this hotel ever.
  • Phillip A.
    Phillip AustriaDecember 8, 2014
    Walls are a little thin but the city views amd excellent staff really bring character to this establishment. A 3pm late checkout was nice to have as well.
  • Tommy Y.
    Tommy YangNovember 30, 2014
    Nice hotel. Space Needle within (my) walking distance. SPG check in counter is in a separate room to the right of general check in.
  • Nauman N.
    Nauman NoorNovember 18, 2014
    Double bed rooms have less wear and tear than the king bed ones at this conference hosting hotel
  • Jesse H.
    Jesse HouwingOctober 21, 2014
    High floors can creak all night, and it's not your neighbors busy at 'it', but the steel construction of the swaying towers.
  • Dirty B.
    Dirty BirdOctober 20, 2014
    One of the best hotels anywhere! So nice, great location near Pike and downtown. Would stay again in a second!
  • Jillian W.
    Jillian WalkerAugust 10, 2014
    Jonathan at the front desk (loves sushi, from Vegas) is ah-maz-ing. Off the hook service.
  • Stephen W.
    Stephen WhelanAugust 7, 2014
    Great downtown location. Minutes to all of the best Seattle attractions.
  • AFAR Media
    AFAR MediaAugust 4, 2014
    The best ways to see Seattle are from up high! Whether it's the Space Needle, the Columbia Tower, or a downtown hotel, you will get a great view of the architecture, Mt. Rainier, and the waterways. Read more
    Upvoted 1 day ago
  • Heather H.
    Heather HoeraufJune 28, 2014
    Stay here whenever in Seattle! Amazing views and fabulous caring service.  Received lovely treat for my 100th stay at Starwood property!
  • SityGrl ✈.
    Fantastic view & amazing beds. There is a door between you and your neighbor which makes for thin walls. Sounds like they're in the room with me..
  • Bennett C.
    Bennett CSeptember 21, 2013
    If traveling with kids, ask for a Westin Kids Club backpack filled with a few goodies, at check-in.
  • Heather H.
    Heather HoeraufSeptember 8, 2013
    Stay here when in Seattle! Ask for high floor with a view... Totally worth it
  • Jennifer E.
    Jennifer ErtelJune 8, 2013
    Only one electrical outlet in the whole room, and it was next to the door - not very convenient!
  • Heather H.
    Heather HoeraufJune 2, 2013
    Try to get high floor and waterview, unless hotel is fully booked and you dont like long elevator rides.. Can take awhile to get to lobby when hotel is busy but i will alway take the high floor!
  • Antti
    AnttiMay 22, 2013
    Really nice hotel in the best possible location in downtown Seattle. No complaints whatsoever!
  • Kira L.
    Kira LakeNovember 14, 2012
    Great hotel! Friendly service, super comfortable beds, breathtaking views, and the location is central to EVERYTHING. Highly recommended!
  • Jermaine G.
    Jermaine GriffinSeptember 28, 2012
    If you "Go Green" they give you $5 to spend in the hotel (excluding booze) for not cleaning your room. Excellent trade off for spending minimal time in your room and only needed clean towels.
  • Nate M.
    Nate M.August 14, 2012
    Assure the nice people at the desk that you're not afraid of heights & they'll hook you up with a view
  • Carrie Y.
    Carrie YutzyJuly 21, 2012
    The elevators here suck. Expect to add 5-10 minutes to every entry or exit.
  • Manas L.
    Manas LodhaviaJuly 20, 2012
    Make sure you budget atleast 45 minutes if you plan on having breakfast here.
  • Jess M.
    Jess MiyajiJuly 15, 2012
    Apparently having a conversation in your room at 3 am will get you a visit by security and threat of eviction.
  • Michelle W.
    Great customer service. Attentive staff. Quite impressed so far
  • Jim H.
    Jim HuffMay 31, 2012
    Nice hotel but had to use the stairs multiple times because the elevators take way too long. Sometimes as long as 15 minutes during peak times.
  • John C.
    John CMay 8, 2012
    The SPG Preferred Guest helper named Lee was super courteous and helpful! And the heated pool and hot tub opens 5am - 11pm...very convenient.
  • Dave B.
    Dave BergeNovember 28, 2011
    Stay somewhere better like the Sheraton. It smells weird and the TV reception sucks. Everything is sorta worn... even the elevator makes me nervous.
  • Mr B.
    Mr BroudyOctober 24, 2011
    If you're a Starwood Platinum, forget about any kind of upgrade to a suite. You'll get the standard room with a view. BFD.
  • Nathan K.
    Nathan KamOctober 10, 2011
    Great hotel to stay at in Seattle. North tower offers incredible views. Solid service and convenient to everything downtown.
  • Carolyn V.
    Carolyn VinyardAugust 30, 2011
    Do NOT eat at the Coldwater Grill in the hotel!!! It is way overpriced and we had horrible service. The waiter rarely came by and when he did he had a poor attitude. Is this dessert worth $8?! Nope!
  • Rachel D.
    Rachel DellovechioAugust 25, 2011
    Super comfy beds. Nice bathrooms. Great views of the Space Needle and mountains if you're facing West.
  • Kimmie N.
    Kimmie NguyenAugust 19, 2011
    Slow elevators and high floors creak. Beds are fab and lots of sq.ft in each room but everything else about the hotel is just so-so. Gym is teeeeeny.
  • Nicole G.
    Nicole GomezJune 17, 2011
    Richard is an AWESOME concierge! He has the best tips for dining and entertainment!
  • Sandeep G.
    Sandeep GJune 9, 2011
    Internet access spotty and their service team always makes you feel like it's only you that has this problem. Good luck if you simply want to rest and work. Twice now same issues.
  • Jake C.
    Jake CampbellMay 22, 2011
    The Westin is really outdated - wood furniture, few plug-ins, horrible AC, no fans, old TVs, no sauna/steamroom/spa. But the beds are AMAZING.
  • Chris B.
    Chris BaldwinApril 13, 2011
    This place is in dire need of a remodel. Dinky workout room, beaten up furniture/fixtures. Stay at the Sheraton on 6th... A much nicer SPG property.
  • Sandy T.
    Sandy T.March 23, 2011
    Views were great but the rooms were run down. Certainly not a 4 star hotel as promised when booked.
  • May N.
    May N.February 12, 2011
    North tower w/view of the space needle. Heavenly bed (ahh), great location...rail to space needle, walk to Pike's Street market. Couldn't use my MiFi or phone hotspot, which forces u2 use their wifi.
  • Richard D.
    Richard DeanOctober 5, 2010
    Don't stay in room 50 on any of the floors (small). Ask for 2 queen beds to get best rooms. Skipping maid service gets you 500 points + saves water! Excellent beds except in room x50
  • Ola A.
    Ola AjayiMarch 19, 2010
    Free wifi in the lobby, but you gotta ask the folks @ the front desk for login credentials.
  • Mark S.
    Mark SteenrodMarch 25, 2009
    Break in and go to the 32nd floor and check out an amazing view of queen anne/space needle and more.
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