Hotels >Sheraton Seattle Hotel
Wonderful for Girrrrl's Spa Sleepover Weekend. Two hard to please, 40+, hard working women who hardly get together decided to have a luscious spa weekend in downtown Seattle (we're native to Seattle but hardly have time to spend relaxing and enjoying downtown Seattle). We were delighted at the Sheraton's offerings - with their scrumptious beds piled high with and variety of lavish pillows. The hotel is two blocks from our chosen spa (GJ), and shopping available every direction, with quiet and luxury rooms to hide out in and watch a really good flat screen t.v. We found that it gets a little crowded when a convention is going on next door at the convention center - but just in the lobby and on the elevators. Sunday paper is delivered to your door. Outstanding gourmet supermarket tucked away 1423 Third Avenue, as well as Pike Place Market. Thank you Sheraton for a great place for two girls to reconnect and relax and feel like REAL women again. This hotel gets high rating for being so clean, our room on the 20th floor had a decent view, good service, near everything - total thumb's up even when you factor in a rather late room service.
Avoid this hotel if you're driving. Location is tops. It's close to shopping and food choices. Nice hotel, friendly staff, though it was no nicer than the 3-star Renaissance nearby. Please avoid this hotel if you're driving, unless you like paying exorbitant parking rates. Parking is valet-only at $35 per night in addition to another $35 per night for the actual parking. So you're paying $70 per night parking, which is exorbitant even if you're wealthy.
Great Experience. Starting at the valet, every staff person was helful and curteous. The room was nicely appointed. I particularly appreciated the business center where there weren't any addition fees. Central location allowed us to walk downtown, leaving the car at the hotel. Shopping, dining, entertainment, and central location all benefits.
Expensive brunch. We didn't stay at the hotel but walked over to have Sunday brunch before the Seahawks game and found the brunch buffet to be very expensive....$22.50 per person. There was a nice selection but some of the "hot" items were just lukewarm. Not bad but I think for the price it should have been better. They were very busy and the service was a bit uneven. We were seated and served coffee fairly quickly but waited quite a while for our bill.
Nice hotel. My husband and I recently stayed at the Sheraton Seattle both before and after our cruise to the Inside Passage. The staff here was wonderfully accommodating...especially since we arrived 5 hours later than expected the first night. We updated them as we were able regarding our arrival and they amazingly did not give away our room. It was more than "nice" to know that I was able to lay down in a bed at 3am instead of having to hunt down another hotel room in the city. The rooms are comfortably furnished, although the beds are a little too firm for my taste. Our rooms were very quiet despite it's location in the heart of downtown. Both of our rooms were adorned with images or lithos of Dale Chihuly's hot glass art...something I appreciated as I admire his work greatly. I would definitely recommend the Sheraton if you're looking for a downtown hotel close to all sorts of shopping, dining, and entertainment.
Comfortable hotel for hard-working business travelers and leisure guests looking to relax..
Each room features a large desk and Sweet Sleeper bed with a custom plush-top mattress, fleece blanket, duvet and five fluffy pillows. Rooms come with a two-line phone, voice mail, data port, safe, cable TV, hair dryer, iron and minibar. Notable amenities include a complimentary USA Today, pool and fitness center. Full dining facilities offer a low-carb menu, room service and to-go snacks. Call ahead regarding baby-sitting services for youngsters.
Major Hotel Expansion Underway.
I've stayed at the Seattle Sheraton a couple of times. The staff is friendly and helpful. The rooms are clean and comfortable. They show little wear. The hotel is well suited for family or business travel. The hotel location is excellent, centrally located in downtown Seattle.
Major construction just started this spring and is scheduled to be done in 2007. 400 rooms are being added in a new tower being built next to the existing tower. According to the hotel staff, this will make the Sheraton the largest hotel in Seattle.
Parking is problematic. All self-parking at the hotel is gone, it's all valet, at $28.00 bucks a day. No additional parking is being added for the expansion, so once complete, parking could be a major headache.
A good deal.
Stayed there recently on a cash and points booling ( It's good value if you can get this deal).
Used street parking,phone calls expensive, did'nt eat in restaurants, paid for room internet access, maid service good, check-in friendly, location excellent, airport coach stops front of hotel
Super Location and beautiful rooms. After the guestroom renovation the Sheraton is my favorite place to stay in downtown Seattle. It is close to everything and the rooms are wonderful! The service is fabulous too! I would recommend this hotel for any out of town guest. The new Sweet Sleeper beds are great...better than the Heavenly bed at the Westin!
it is a great hotel. I went there and was shocked I thought that it would be another bad Hotel that I went to but when I got there I was really surprised at what I saw.
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