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600 Queen Anne Avenue North, Queen Anne, Seattle, WA 98109 – Show map
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Free! WiFi is available in all areas and is free of charge.
Private parking is available on site (reservation is not needed) and costs USD 25 per day.
Room Service, Shuttle Service (surcharge), 24-Hour Front Desk, Baggage Storage, Concierge Service, Laundry, Dry Cleaning, Ironing Service, Shoeshine, Meeting/Banquet Facilities, Business Center, Fax/Photocopying, Hair/Beauty Salon
Newspapers, Safe, Non-smoking Rooms, Facilities for Disabled Guests, Family Rooms, Heating, All Spaces Non-Smoking (public and private), Air Conditioning
From 3:00 PM
Until 12:00 PM
Children and Extra Beds
All children are welcome.
Free! All children under 12 years stay free of charge when using existing beds.
One older child or adult is charged USD 15 per night when using existing beds.
There is no capacity for extra beds in the room.
Additional fees are not calculated automatically in the total cost and will have to be paid for separately during your stay.
Pets are not allowed.
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Guests are required to show a photo ID and credit card upon check-in. Please note that all Special Requests are subject to availability and additional charges may apply.
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This Seattle hotel features a rooftop patio with views of the Space Needle, just 1 mile away. Each allergy-free guest room features a flat-screen satellite TV. A fitness center is on site.
Score from 748 reviews Very good
Featuring an indoor lap pool and state-of-the-art fitness center on the 35th floor, this downtown Seattle hotel is less than a 10-minute walk from Pike Place Market. Rooms have a flat-screen TV.
Score from 643 reviews Excellent
Experience all the excitement of downtown Seattle at this centrally located hotel, only seconds from major area attractions, and offering unrivaled personalized services along with first-class...
Score from 200 reviews Very good
Overlooking Elliott Bay and in the heart of Seattle's vibrant Pike Place Market, this boutique hotel has an on-site bar and sweeping views from the rooftop deck. The rooms include free Wi-Fi.
Score from 27 reviews Wonderful
We grew up on Queen Anne, knew the Margueen as apartment buildings. Really cool that they have been preserved and turned into a hotel. Staff was great, helpful on all levels.
Wish there was an elevator (or somehow install one of those seats that go up the sides of stairs?) for people that may have problems manuvering the stairs.
Full studio apartment. Good location. Helpful staff. Free continental breakfast. Good restaurants in the neighborhood.
Heritage building near transit, park and amazing dining. Monorail is very close and affordable but walking into town is easy. Staff friendly and helpful.
Booked taxi to airport through front desk requesting credit card payment but got private driver who wanted cash. Minor but annoying.
The staff and facilities is what you expect for an upscale hotel. The ability to leave our luggage and tour the Seattle area was a great plus. The location to city center and the important attractions was great. Good to walk to where we wanted to see.
The greatest challenge we had was the shuttle service. The hotel arranged for a ride from the hotel to the port for our cruise. The original driver never showed and the follow on driver was extremely late. May want to consider your own transportation to your destinations from the hotel.
The hotel was very convenient for the main attractions. There were many good local places to eat. The staff were very helpful.
smell in the room
Our room was a 1930's era studio apartment, it was so cute! It had a sitting area and separate kitchen. Would have liked to spend a few more nights, and the neighborhood is great.
The interiors of room and lobby, stairway were charming and a lovely feel. Staff welcoming and helpful. Room on 3rd level was quiet, large and kitchen was a bonus. The.location was excellent for public transport, restaurants and supermarket, and close to Seattle center.
Add detergent to wash dishes in kitchen.
Pleasant ambience. Interesting neighbourhood. Friendly staff. Satisfactory breakfast arrangements.
The lack of a lift was a concern requiring luggage assistance. The wifi signal was not strong in the bedroom requiring one to sit in the lobby for best results.
Central location Friendly staff Huge room! Decor Brand new matrasses
No elevator but was no problem for us. Car parking at hotel is not suitable for large cars. But there is public parking not too far away.
Both of the concierges were great - helping with bags, directions, restaurants, taxis, etc. Very friendly AND strong (we had large suitcases). Room was very large, beds were very comfortable.
Wifi was frustrating, very poor signal. It was hard to get room really dark at night.
I loved the old building, huge rooms and classic decor. Front desk staff and bell men were fantastic. The hotel is rumored to be haunted, which I thought was super cool... No ghost sightings though ;)
I was with a group that has three rooms reserved total, but I had made my reservation separately. When the girls came for the other two rooms they discovered that the hotel had missed one and only had one left. This caused so much drama and wasted time calling the third party booking site and trying to find other accomidations that we wound up not doing anything at all that evening. The hotel comped their room, but still ruined the whole night. Valet parking is pretty necessary as the street parking is practically impossible but they can't fit large vehicles in their valet. Breakfast was included, but no choice... A bagel, yogurt, and little fruit cup.
WiFi was good.
Rooms are dark and not well kept.
Location ! Excellent room, convenient small dining place and good beds. Cool atmosphere.
No air-con and NO LIFT. 3´floor….lots of luggage and a stroller…and a concierge obviously not too used to help out. Expensive.
Very good location, short walk to many of the main attractions and a very helpfull bell boy.
To old, very noisy air condition system, no elevator and unfriendly service at breakfast.
I prefer to stay at old hotels. I like old wood floors even if crooked. This hotel is old but well maintained and we enjoyed out stay there.
There wasn't anything that we didn't like.
People/staff were friendly, helpful and efficient!
Old leaky faucets/fixtures, noisy street, dirty room
Good location, Doormen were working always. I even saw them around the block sweeping up clutter on the sidewalk, never saw this before, was not just one, but a couple of them at different times.
Some of the rooms are older so the faucets may drip.
The staff were all very friendly and helpful going out of their way to help.
The Wi-Fi reception in the room was very poor. Apparently the suburb as a whole has this problem.
Good location and neighbor
Worse breakfast ever
The spaciousness of the rooms, amenities provided and overall look of the hotel were better than expected. Staff very friendly and helpful. Good location for visiting the Space Needle and accessing the Victoria Clipper. Plenty of good restaurants and cafes around, as well as two markets for purchasing snacks and drinks.
Not really anything about the MarQueen that we did not like. Had an excellent experience.
I liked the size of the rooms. It's over 100 years old so one should not expect ultra modern sleek. This is a quaint historic old hotel.
Wifi was a bit spotty, and while the continental breakie was simple and good, it would have been nice to mix it up every once in awhile. Also overnight parking was $30/night which was outrageous, however the doorman was kind enough to point out where it was possible to park for free on the street (albeit at your own risk).
For the location and the aged nature of the facilities etc, it felt significantly overpriced. No elevator, faulty taps, creaky floors no soundproofing. $300 per night was outrageous.
It is a quaint old hotel that brings you back to yesteryear. I was pleasantly surprised that we did not hear much road noise despite the fact that we were on the street side of the hotel and on the first floor.
Sometimes you don't want to mess with the inconveniences of yesteryear when you're on the road. It's nice to have everything be comfortable and to work … even if it's a little boring.
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