had noisy neighbors and hotel was not effective in getting them to quite down. Started at 10:00 p.m. and continued to 5:00 a.m. even after 3 calls to the front desk. Asked for phone to be placed on DND as every half-hour our room phone would
ring one time and then stop (think neighbors were retaliating for calling security) and ended up having to unplug the phones to get the calls to stop.
TV resolution was incorrect - HD tv with everyone short and fat. Staff at the hotel were not able to correct the view/resolution settings.
Had to pay $10.00 a day for internet.
Enjoyed the stay and did a lot of sightseeing. The hotel is in a great location. The only thing that was disappointing was that the rooms are misrepresented on the hotel website -- the hotel is advertised as having floor to ceiling windows,
which wasn't the case. Also, it was quite small.
Had a very good stay at the Westin Seattle. The room was clean and the staff was very helpful polite and professional. The room was also quite restful with very comfortable bedding and the view of Seattle and the space needle were excellent. Would
This hotel was in the middle of everything in Seattle that we wanted to do - all very walkable. The view was unbeatable! Nice pool, hot tub, really comfy bed, really nice extras like fruit bowls in the main areas, double headed shower. Parking
in the hotel is expensive though and internet is not free... If you are willing to walk a couple blocks, you can park somewhere else for much less.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Short walk from hotel
Vietnamese restaurant, Long, was just a few blocks away on Stewart Street on the way to Pike's market. They had a nice, romantic atmosphere, good food, and at very reasonable prices! Our favorite meal of the trip!