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This downtown hotel retains its unique charm despite modern renovations..
Although repeated renovations have deleted some of its original old-world touches, the Roosevelt Hotel remains one of the city's lovelier WestCoast Hotel properties. This was the city's tallest hotel when its 20 stories were unveiled in 1929 and, more than seven decades later (and 80 rooms fewer), it still has a character and charm of its own. A portrait of Teddy Roosevelt hangs over the fireplace mantle in this boutique hotel's lobby.
Rooms range in size, so make sure you ask for a spacious one. Thirteen of the suites boast private whirlpools, and the Roosevelt Rooms feature separate parlors and bedrooms. The Roosevelt is home to Von's Grand City Cafe, a busy restaurant known for its exceptional martinis. The hotel is just one block from the city's upscale shopping district, anchored by Seattle's best-known department stores and several glittery malls.
Very nice indeed. We stayed at the Roosevelt in September of 2002 for 5 nights, and found it to be very nice indeed. The staff was friendly and very helpful, especially when an outside travel vendor goofed up our plans. The room was spacious and clean and the location is perfect to downtown and most events. It was a very nice stay and we'd do it again anytime.
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