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MarQueen Hotel

3.5 out of 5.0

Recent guest reviews

In terms of the hotel and it's location I would say we were pleased. However, I had phoned the hotel 2 days prior to our expected arrival to inquire about the possibility of cancelling our reservations, as I came to find out that our cruise was offering rides from the airport hotels to the pier, and I was wondering if maybe that wouldn't be easier for us in terms of navigating our agenda. It was just an inquiry, and the woman that I spoke with informed me that I would forfeit all my paid expense at your hotel. So, I told her that didn't work for me, because to lose over $200.00 was not anything that I could afford. Come the night of our check in at the hotel we were met with surprise, as the lady at the front desk said she wasn't expecting anyone. You can imagine my surprise, because I had booked with you well over 1 month ago. She did go on to say that she did have one room left on the 3rd floor. I must admit that I felt disappointed that we were not welcomed as expected guests, and that the woman that I had spoke with 2 nights prior had cancelled our reservations when I made it clear that we would indeed be staying! And, at 1:00 a.m. in the morning after traveling all day to have to mount 3 flights of stairs wasn't too thrilling for me, nor my 66 year old husband. I really felt as if we should have been accomodated in some fashion. Even if you would have provided a slight percentage off on our bill would have shown me the true class of your establishment. :(

We didn't know about the valet parking until we got there, however the staff was friendly and informative. Bring a few single bills for tips with valet and baggage.

Great location, 10 min walk to Space Needle and close to public transit. Great restaurant choices right across the street. Large spacious room with kitchen and bath. Great to come back and relax after a day of sightseeing. The front desk and concierge service are fantastic, thank you Hassen! Only draw backs are no elevator but they are happy to assist with luggage and the breakfast in the morning is just muffins, croissants and fruit, a protein option would be great. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Would definitely come back here!

From check in to check out this hotel exceeded my expectations. My first time staying at this little gem of a hotel. The hotel was booked solid the entire week we stayed, but I wouldn't have guessed it , we never heard another guest while we were in our room. I saw them coming and going as I was doing the same, but never heard them. There are no public spaces to hang out ( ie. no pool, no spacious lounge in the lobby) but, the den/sitting area and the kitchenette banquet in my room was perfect for giving me space away from my husband ( I love to read or knit uninterrupted) without being too far... Loved those areas in the room. Easy to walk to the Seattle Center , toured that area over many days, and was able to catch the monorail to Pike's Market and from there the light rail system to explore Seattle. The Tin Lizzie bar in the hotel had great drinks and live music on thursdays. Great service. No food, but they allowed food to be brought in. Don't miss out on the lavender lemonade...

The staff was lovely. The location of the hotel great! Restaurants all around and Kerry park near by. The bedding needs updating the breakfast wasn't so great.

Front desk staff were very friendly and willing to help with any requests. This is an older hotel, but the suites are large, you have a private kitchen and if you are lucky an upgraded bathroom. The bed was nice, but the room had some dust in the corners so I only rated that a 3. This is in walking distance to the Seattle Center and Space Needle. The bus line is right around the corner and will take you anywhere in the city. We traveled almost exclusively by the transit system. There are two neighborhood markets within a block to pick up anything you may need for your refrigerator or microwave.

Hotel is in a good location. Staff was nice. Needs some plumbing repair. Room size is large.

The hotel is older and has a vintage feel. Mar Queen was very relaxing, clean, and friendly! The only negative is it does not have a elevator.

Good walking few good restaurants rainy a lot of homeless near. Close to the needle and market

Since this was my first visit to Seattle, I didn't know how walkable the city is. We were conveniently located to Seattle Center, Lake Union, and we mono railed to Westlake Center to shop and walked to Pike Place.

this is an older hotel but it has been cleaned up nicely and is now well-painted and well-lit. There isn't a gym or a pool or anything like that, but the beds are comfortable and the floors are mostly wooden and the rooms are large. We had a full kitchen adjacent to ours, in fact. The bar downstairs is nice, and the free breakfast is more than decent.

Pretty, older, hotel, clean, huge room!! Good location, nice staff, good breakfast!!

I would recommend the MarQueen only under certain circumstances. A budget focused traveler who didn't want a chain hotel would be a good fit. It was certainly an interesting property with a neat bar and a spacious room with a kitchen.

Good older hotel in excellent location. Rooms are adequate, more like older apartment accommodations. Staff is enthusiastic, helpful and very outgoing.

The hotel is very clean and has a great, old historic look to it. The Tin Lizzie Lounge and Bar is great. The hotel is within walking distance to the Space Needle as well as the monorail. The hotel room was very quiet and spacious. It is like having your own studio sized apartment. Across the street however near the CVS the area looks run-down, some businesses looked abandoned or in very bad condition. I did not feel safe going that direction, especially at night. Otherwise, I would definitely stay here again!!

WIFI was real bad, bed was smelly, shower area was small

Very nice hotel but no elevator. Rooms are available on first floor for people with disabilities but you have to ask for them.

I am not familiar with Seattle and all of it's areas and chose something at a reasonable rate that I thought would be near where my workshop was being held. It was perfect! The room was large and comfortable with a separate sitting area, a kitchen, frig and microwave (and table). The bathtub was also large, but the only drawback to this room is you can't fill it up all the way due to the older plumbing. There is a local 24/7 great market one-block away and just a few blocks from Seattle Center where you can catch the Monorail to the downtown area. It was also an easy drive to my workshop in the Fremont District. Parking seems to be an issue everywhere in Seattle, but the hotel has valet parking. If I go back to Seattle, I would definitely stay here again and would highly recommend it to anyone.

The location is fantastic, Very close to the Space Needle in the heart of Queen Anne. My room was very spacious and interesting, although could do with some updates/modernisation

Great hotel close to lots of places to eat. Older hotel with lots of charm, it was great for a night away with my wife. We had a view of both the Space Needle and the ocean. And the staff was absolutely awesome.

600 Queen Anne Ave N Seattle WA

Hotel highlights

  • Walking distance to Space Needle and Marion Oliver McCaw Hall
  • Free continental breakfast
  • Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
  • Onsite dining

MarQueen Hotel places you in Queen Anne, within a leisurely stroll of popular sights such as Space Needle and Marion Oliver McCaw Hall. This 59-room, 3.5-star hotel has conveniences like free breakfast, a restaurant, and free in-room WiFi. Seattle Center and Museum of Pop Culture are also within a short walk.


Dining

Free continental breakfast is included with your stay and awaits you each morning from 7 AM to 11 AM. This hotel is home to a restaurant and a bar/lounge. Get a pick-me-up at the coffee shop/café.


Rooms

All 59 air-conditioned accommodations feature kitchenettes and space to spread out with dining areas. Guests can expect free WiFi and 39-inch LED TVs with cable channels. Bathrooms offer hair dryers and designer toiletries, and pillowtop beds with down comforters ensure a restful night. Sofa beds, coffee makers, and free local calls are other standard amenities.


Property features

A local mainstay since 1918, MarQueen Hotel offers free WiFi in public areas, a computer station, and free newspapers. There's valet parking for a fee and limo/town car service. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this historic hotel include a porter/bellhop, a hair salon, and an ATM.

Room options

Deluxe Room, 2 Queen Beds

Queen 2 | Sleeps 5

Junior Suite

King 1 | Sleeps 5

Suite (Queen Anne)

King 1 | Sleeps 4

Guest reviews for MarQueen Hotel

Everyone (27) Couples (45) Business (14) Family (18) Other (14) Friends (8)
3

older and quaint hotel.

Everyone

In terms of the hotel and it's location I would say we were pleased. However, I had phoned the hotel 2 days prior to our expected arrival to inquire about the possibility of cancelling our reservations, as I came to find out that our cruise was offering rides from the airport hotels to the pier, and I was wondering if maybe that wouldn't be easier for us in terms of navigating our agenda. It was just an inquiry, and the woman that I spoke with informed me that I would forfeit all my paid expense at your hotel. So, I told her that didn't work for me, because to lose over $200.00 was not anything that I could afford. Come the night of our check in at the hotel we were met with surprise, as the lady at the front desk said she wasn't expecting anyone. You can imagine my surprise, because I had booked with you well over 1 month ago. She did go on to say that she did have one room left on the 3rd floor. I must admit that I felt disappointed that we were not welcomed as expected guests, and that the woman that I had spoke with 2 nights prior had cancelled our reservations when I made it clear that we would indeed be staying! And, at 1:00 a.m. in the morning after traveling all day to have to mount 3 flights of stairs wasn't too thrilling for me, nor my 66 year old husband. I really felt as if we should have been accomodated in some fashion. Even if you would have provided a slight percentage off on our bill would have shown me the true class of your establishment. :(

By on Jul 11, 2017

5

absolutely beautiful... and clean.

Everyone

We didn't know about the valet parking until we got there, however the staff was friendly and informative. Bring a few single bills for tips with valet and baggage.

By , from calif. on Jul 8, 2017

5

loved this hotel and staff!

Everyone

Great location, 10 min walk to Space Needle and close to public transit. Great restaurant choices right across the street. Large spacious room with kitchen and bath. Great to come back and relax after a day of sightseeing. The front desk and concierge service are fantastic, thank you Hassen! Only draw backs are no elevator but they are happy to assist with luggage and the breakfast in the morning is just muffins, croissants and fruit, a protein option would be great. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Would definitely come back here!

By , from Prairieburg, Iowa on Jul 3, 2017

4

pleasant surprise in a great location

Couples

From check in to check out this hotel exceeded my expectations. My first time staying at this little gem of a hotel. The hotel was booked solid the entire week we stayed, but I wouldn't have guessed it , we never heard another guest while we were in our room. I saw them coming and going as I was doing the same, but never heard them. There are no public spaces to hang out ( ie. no pool, no spacious lounge in the lobby) but, the den/sitting area and the kitchenette banquet in my room was perfect for giving me space away from my husband ( I love to read or knit uninterrupted) without being too far... Loved those areas in the room. Easy to walk to the Seattle Center , toured that area over many days, and was able to catch the monorail to Pike's Market and from there the light rail system to explore Seattle. The Tin Lizzie bar in the hotel had great drinks and live music on thursdays. Great service. No food, but they allowed food to be brought in. Don't miss out on the lavender lemonade...

By , from California on Jun 28, 2017

4

sleepless in seattle

Everyone

The staff was lovely. The location of the hotel great! Restaurants all around and Kerry park near by. The bedding needs updating the breakfast wasn't so great.

By , from Bakersfield, CA on Jun 25, 2017

4

older hotel near the seattle center.

Everyone

Front desk staff were very friendly and willing to help with any requests. This is an older hotel, but the suites are large, you have a private kitchen and if you are lucky an upgraded bathroom. The bed was nice, but the room had some dust in the corners so I only rated that a 3. This is in walking distance to the Seattle Center and Space Needle. The bus line is right around the corner and will take you anywhere in the city. We traveled almost exclusively by the transit system. There are two neighborhood markets within a block to pick up anything you may need for your refrigerator or microwave.

By , from Daytona Beach on Jun 10, 2017

4
Everyone

Hotel is in a good location. Staff was nice. Needs some plumbing repair. Room size is large.

By on May 26, 2017

5

nice hotel, walking distance to chihuly museum.

Couples

The hotel is older and has a vintage feel. Mar Queen was very relaxing, clean, and friendly! The only negative is it does not have a elevator.

By , from Huntsville, Al on May 9, 2017

5

close to,waterfront and cruise terminal

Everyone

Good walking few good restaurants rainy a lot of homeless near. Close to the needle and market

By on May 7, 2017

3

great location.

Everyone

Since this was my first visit to Seattle, I didn't know how walkable the city is. We were conveniently located to Seattle Center, Lake Union, and we mono railed to Westlake Center to shop and walked to Pike Place.

By , from Naples Florida on Apr 26, 2017