The Westin Seattle

  • 1900 5th Avenue
  • Seattle,
  • Washington
  • 98101
  • Estados Unidos
  • Mapa

Quartos e tarifas

  • Para estadias superiores a 90 dias, ligue para 866-539-3446.
  • As reservas são aceitas com até 550 dias de antecedência.
  • Por favor, verifique novamente as datas.
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Rated 4 out of 5 by 1075 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great location, wonderful staff The location is spectacular. It is right on the next block of the train station (which reaches SEA-TAC airport). Also located next to the monorail station, which will take you to Space Needle and other attractions -- meaning that you do not need a car if you are staying at this hotel. It is walking distance to many shopping places (right next to Nordstrom and two blocks away from a large shopping mall, Macy's etc.). You can walk a few blocks to reach the pier which is famous for its Farmer's Market and the "First Starbucks Coffee Shop." Staff I interacted with were all spectacular. The front desk staff was very, very kind to me and my colleagues at the time of check-in. The conceirge staffs (two of them) worked hard to meet my needs when I was asking for a specific kind of ride to the airport. They finally found me a cheap(er) ride that met my needs and still was better than the ones I could find on the Internet. One thing I thought to be a short coming is that I could hear small buzzing noise from my room. I thought it might be a mosquito, but the tone of the buzzing noise was lower than mosquitoes. My guess is that this sound was coming from the ice maker or the elevators. If this is indeed the case, it is a structural issue that cannot be solved. If you are sensitive to noise, you can cite this issue and ask the front desk to assign you a room that is free from that issue, or you can simply use ear plugs. (I was staying at the 33rd floor of the North Tower, though this might be an issue at different levels as well) October 6, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Starwood Platinum gets little help Unexpectedly my plans changed and needed to stay in Seattle two extra days. I'm a SPG Platinum and asked if the hotel could accommodate. The answer was no, we are overbooked. With no offer to check other SPG hotels in town, we are sorry was all I got. I'm now at a non-SPG hotel and doubting my loyalty to the brand. September 16, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Needs attention to detail Front desk upon checking in - very friendly and helpful. Elevator to and from room - verrrry long waits and often full elevators. Conferences in hotel - made me feel like I was visiting someone else's party when I would come back at end of night. Little awkward. Housekeeping - didn't replenish coffee a couple times (this is very difficult when you find this out at 5am when you're getting ready for work and the coffee shop in the lobby will take you 15 minutes to get back and forth to an it's closed till 6am anyway). Room - very comfortable and spacious. Shower head - not a lot of pressure but I liked it. Gym - weight room is tiny tiny. No more than 3 ppl can work out at a time. Overall Scene - like staying in a nice, well appointed room in a mall. I was in town for a gig and the promoter must have a block at this hotel. If it were me, I'd be just as happy, maybe happier, in a less expensive, smaller option, or a boutique hotel at the same price but with interesting amenities. The amenities at the Westin Seattle were right down the middle - nothing special. Actually I have no idea how much the room charge was, so can't speak to that but ppl gave me "fancy" eyes and mutterings when I mentioned I was staying at the Westin. I didn't feel or experience anything fancy at all, nor any real attention to detail, so I think My overall experience was basically neutral. If the hotel gave me that ONE thing that made it special - a cool coffee maker in the room, a sick lobby, a cool office service, or anything that made it "pop", I would say it was a great hotel. Instead they have stabilized in complete neutrality. Fine for a business trip. September 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great location This hotel is in a great location.The views are awesome and the room size is quite large One of its disappointing features is no drawers in the room unless you count the tiny three drawer cabinet that is in the closet with a safe on top of it and the hair dryer on top of that. Three people and five nights is not a comfortable stay with no dresser. The city does have some problems with taxis one of which the drivers say they don't know where the location is even in the tourist areas. When I mentioned this to the front desk the response was that I should never take the taxis from the front of the hotel but rather from the lower level. A sign at the concierge saying that would have been helpful after getting burned more than once. How are guests to know that? September 5, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Quick Overnight Stay I was in town for an 2 day stay in Seattle. I think the hotel is a bit outdated. No USB ports in the rooms, no media connections anywhere, or docking stations. The worst part was the check in and out process. Both of which I waited 20 mins for. Valet was a great staff and the location was great. August 20, 2015
Rated 2 out of 5 by Points Redemption I booked a Junior Suite for me, two 12-year old girls and a friend as a surprise before a big concert. Our room was ready 1.5 hours late and then we were given two adjoining rooms. The MOD tried to tell me there was no difference in what we were given vs. what we booked....This is the 2nd time this has happened to me at this hotel in trying to use points for a weekend stay. Bathrooms smell of mold, hotel is very average, if that. Won't be staying or recommending this hotel again, points or paying. August 11, 2015
Rated 1 out of 5 by Sleepless in Seattle I've stayed at this hotel three times this year. Three times I have been disappointed by the level of cleanliness in the bathroom, specifically the shower tile each time. I've shared my disgust each time and by the third time it appears to be the standard. I used my washcloth to clean some off so it is not hard to do. They give you one complimentary bottle of water for two people and it used to be two. Feels cheap especially for a gold level member room. The lines at the front desk are long no matter what time of day you go. I was there at midnight because they deactivated my room key ( from an earlier day phone call that assured me it was fixed and wasn't) and there were 10 people ahead of me. August 10, 2015
Rated 3 out of 5 by Getting a little dated We stayed at this hotel on our way to Whistler and a night coming back before heading back home. Both times the check in lines were far too long due to lack of staff at the counter. The lobby needs a redo and could be updated. The first visit we ate breakfast at the restaurant. I would not recommend this. This too is outdated, the buffet was not impressive, no pancakes for the children, and the items off the menu came out cold. So in summary it was bad costly food. The next visit we went up the street to a nice place for breakfast. August 6, 2015
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