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Executive Hotel Pacific Seattle

Seattle, WA, US (SEA)

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Based on 193 reviews
In the heart of Downtown Seattle.
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Superior Queen - 275 sq. ft.  - Executive Hotel Pacific Seattle - 1

Superior Queen - 275 sq. ft.

Fresh and inviting rooms with a Queen Size pillow top bed. Room amenities include bathrobes, hair dryer, Iron/ironing board, coffee/tea maker with Seattle’s Best Coffee, 26 inch HD LCD TV, voice mail, and luxurious organic Pharmacopia bath amenities. Hosted Wine Reception from 5 PM to 6 PM nightly in the mezzanine level of hotel. Non-smoking. Roll-a-way beds NOT available.
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Deluxe King - 290 sq. ft  - Executive Hotel Pacific Seattle - 2

Deluxe King - 290 sq. ft

Spacious and functional, these rooms feature a King Size pillow top bed, full size desk and armoires. Room amenities include bathrobes, hair dryer, Iron/ironing board, coffee/tea maker with Seattle’s Best Coffee, 26 inch HD LCD TV, voice mail, and luxurious organic Pharmacopia bath amenities. Hosted Wine Reception from 5 PM to 6 PM nightly in the mezzanine level of hotel. Non-smoking. Roll-a-way beds NOT available.
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Executive Double - 275 sq. ft.

Fresh and functional, perfect for traveling companions with two double beds. Room amenities include bathrobes, hair dryer, Iron/ironing board, coffee/tea maker with Seattle’s Best Coffee, 26 inch HD LCD TV, voice mail, and luxurious organic Pharmacopia bath amenities. Hosted Wine Reception from 5 PM to 6 PM nightly in the mezzanine level of hotel. Non-smoking. Roll-a-way beds NOT available.
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Executive Queen - 250 sq. ft. - Executive Hotel Pacific Seattle - 3

Executive Queen - 250 sq. ft.

Warm and cozy room with a Queen Size pillow top bed. Room amenities include bathrobes, hair dryer, Iron/ironing board, coffee/tea maker with Seattle’s Best Coffee, 26 inch HD LCD TV, voice mail, and luxurious organic Pharmacopia bath amenities. Hosted Wine Reception from 5 PM to 6 PM nightly in the mezzanine level of hotel. Non-smoking. Roll-a-way beds NOT available.
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Executive Hotel Pacific Seattle
400 Spring St., Seattle, WA US 98104

Why Stay Here

  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Bar/Lounge
  • Business Center
  • Elevator
  • Fitness Center
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Breakfast Available (Surcharge)

Resort Details

Welcome to gentler times, where indulgences are met with an exceptional blend of courtesies and attention to detail. Built in 1928, the Executive Hotel Pacific, Seattle`s premier boutique hotel pays homage to downtown Seattle`s European heritage. A gem among downtown Seattle boutique hotels, the hotel offers an intimate and charming refuge in the heart of the heart of the Emerald City.

Accommodation Details

Executive Hotel Pacific features 154 stylish hotel rooms that follow a Eurasian theme of rich cherry wood, leather accents and gold and green tones. The bathrooms have been retiled and feature mirrored walls and Corian counters and sinks. All rooms have windows that open, 26 inch HD LCD TV`s with cable channels, in room movies, data port telephones, voicemail, electronic door locks. Other amenities include hair dryers, irons and ironing boards and FREE in room coffee and tea. The recently renovated rooms at this Seattle boutique hotel feature pillow top mattresses with upgraded bedding consisting of duvets and 5 pillows.

Restaurants, Lounges & Bars

Executive Hotel Pacific features a mezzanine-level lounge area where fresh Washington apples are complimentary.
Jasmines - Specializing in cuisine from Asia, Europe, and America, this intimate restaurant features a decor of modern greens, golds and dark woods. Jasmines also feature stir-fry stations at lunch and la carte menu for dinner. The popular streetside lounge serves local microbrew and sushi. Seattle`s Best Coffee is served in the lobby coffee shop along with pastries, sandwiches, salads and specialty coffee drinks throughout the day.

Meetings & Conventions

Free Apples, a Business Center, and facilities that can accommodate meetings of 5–25 people are available at the Executive Hotel Pacific for you next meeting or event.
Also for meetings that end late, the hotel offers a later check-out, based on availability.

Pools & Spas

This hotel has a brand new State of the Art fitness room.


Downtown Seattle stretches along Puget Sound from historic Pioneer Square in the south to trendy Belltown in the north. In between, office towers, shopping gallerias, and brick condos line the leafy avenues. The convention center is here, as is Pike Place Market, where salmon fly. Don`t miss the futuristic main library. Seattle`s twin stadiums and the International District lie south of downtown.


You will be asked to pay the following charges at the hotel:

  • Deposit: USD 50.00 per stay

We have included all charges provided to us by the property. However, charges can vary, for example, based on length of stay or the room you book.

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Breakfast fee: between USD $6.00 and USD $15.00 per person (approximately)
  • Valet parking fee: USD $40.55 per night (in/out privileges)
  • Pet fee: USD $25.00 per pet, per night (maximum USD 200.00 per stay)

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

  • Pets allowed for an extra charge of USD $25.00 per pet, per night (maximum USD $200.00 per stay)
  • 2 per room (up to 30 lb)

  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Business Center (*/Free)
  • Business Services (*/Free)
  • Cafe (+)
  • Coffee Shop (+)
  • Concierge Desk
  • Conference Rooms (+)
  • Dry Cleaning Service (+)
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Express Check-In
  • Express Check-Out
  • Fitness Facility
  • Free Morning Paper
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Laundry Services/Laundry Facility (+)
  • Lounge/Bar (+)
  • Luggage Storage
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Non-Smoking Property
  • Porter / Bellhop
  • Restaurant (+)
  • Safe Deposit at Front Desk (*/Free)
  • Valet Parking (+)
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 193 reviews
from Nuremberg, Germany
Submitted on 22-05-2016
Perfect for a quick overnight trip to Seattle, central to absolutely everything. Bed looked lumpy but was amazingly comfortable. Was concerned as our hotel was right opposite the elevator but did it hear a thing all night. Staff was friendly and professional. Would definitely stay here again and with all the money we are saving, splurge on some delicious seafood!
from Beaumont, Texas
Submitted on 22-05-2016
We stayed two nights here. The staff was friendly and very helpful. The bed was very comfortable and the room has very clean. The room needed some renovating as there were some cracks in the ceiling. The location was very good. It was in walking distance to restaurants on the piers, to Pikes Market and to the Westlake center to ride the Monorail to the needle. It was all uphill from the water area. We took a taxi back!
from Battle Ground
Submitted on 22-05-2016
small rooms, but for half the price of other hotels in the area, plus a complimentary wine hour every night and easy walking distance and access to all the restaurants and activities this is a great choice.
from Merritt Island, Florida
Submitted on 23-05-2016
Hotel was very nice and clean and very convenient to down town, all the stores are right close by and lots of restaurants especially if you walk to the water which is just a few blocks. There are some very steep hills so you are better off walking down a couple of blocks and you will find flat ones we learned this the hard way. You can take a taxi from the airport to the Hotel for $44.00 or the train which is much cheaper but if you have a lot of luggage and don't like hills I don't recommend t... Read more
Submitted on 24-05-2016
I have visited Seattle late Jan 2016 and I‚??ve stayed 4 nights at Executive Hotel Pacific hotel. My first impression of the hotel was cool. The hotel mgmt. team were friendly and supportive. The Hotel located at the steepest portion of Seattle downtown and thus it maybe wise to pack your running shoes and windbreaker jacket for your uphill trip back to the hotel. Across from the hotel, there is funky looking or should I say architecturally intriguing building ‚?? Seattle public library. With re... Read more
Submitted on 29-05-2016
Fab location and with easy reach of all sights. Lovely clean room and bathroom with bath. Managers free wine tasting hour at 5pm to 6pm not too be missed and reception and all staff are efficient and courteous. The Lodge Bar/restaurant is below hotel and rented out by another company but great to eat and have a drink im
from Perth, Australia
Submitted on 30-05-2016
We stayed at this hotel for four nights to do sight seeing before our Rocky Mountaineer trip. Very well located for tourists, only 15 - 20 minutes to shopping areas, and Pike street market, and less to walk down to Puget sound and water front. Public transportation straight out side hotel. If you have not been to Seattle it is very hilly this hotel is a steady slope down to shopping area and Pike street and slight uphill coming back, but to water front it is very steep hill down and seems even m... Read more
from Salem, Oregon
Submitted on 31-05-2016
I knocked my brains out trying to find a hotel in Seattle for under $250 that I wasn't afraid to stay at and this one popped up a day or two before we left. It is located perfectly only a block south of the Olympic Hotel, and we were able to park and walk everywhere. Room was clean, bathroom was clean but T-I-N-Y. My knees hit the wall while on the toilet, but they did the best with what they had realizing the hotel is about 90 years old, AND people were smaller then too. Restaurant (actuall... Read more
from Santa Fe, New Mexico
Submitted on 01-06-2016
We love this place! From start to checkout, all staff members gave us 100 % with a smile. The room is small if you are comparing it to an ordinary suburban hotel, but quite large if you have traveled in Europe or Asia . New elevator, great wifi except on weekends, ( I'm trying to hit the negatives that I read before booking). Elevator is between lobby and mazzanine floors, but no worries if you are schlepping luggage. Coming in and checking out, guys came out of the woodwork, I swear, to m... Read more
from Portland, Oregon
Submitted on 06-06-2016
Wow--after getting home from our stay at Executive Hotel Pacific and reading these reviews, I'm not sure I would have booked it beforehand! We stayed here for two nights and truly enjoyed our stay. PROS: -Super close to downtown. We walked everywhere and always knew coming back to the hotel wouldn't be too far away. -Air conditioning in room. It was a crazy hot weekend so it was nice to come back to a cold room. -Comfortable amenities. Bed was super comfortable. TV was a little small, but we w... Read more
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 17-06-2016
It was really nice and great I just didn't like the size of the room just a bit to small for my family and I. had a small desk but no chair due to room size. Also no tranportation provide to airport, etc..they referrer you with a car service but other then that it was great, being in downtown Seattle quite by my surprise. About 6 blocks away From the aquarium and the same to Pike's Market *side note fun/easy going down hill but up hill not so much*. They also have free WI-FI and happy hou... Read more
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 18-06-2016
I check linens with my black light (hey I'm a Medical Technologist) upon arriving to make sure my linens are clean. They were not. Front desk notified. EVS came to check it out with regular floor cleaner, then superviser. 3rd visit they brought new linens and changed the bed. To their credit, the EVS manager offered to bring a bottle of wine back for the inconvenience, which I thought was very nice of her. The general condition of this "historic" property was terrible. The entire place smelled... Read more
from Wellington, New Zealand
Submitted on 18-06-2016
The standard Queen room we had was relatively small and the bathroom - although nicely appointed and moder was similarly small which might not suit all travellers but was fine for us. The staff were all really helpful and friendly - the concierge not only carrying our very heavy bags down from the storage room but then running across the road to secure a taxi for us - and looking surprised when I gave him a tip. The pizza and icecream place downstairs is convenient and surprisingly good if that'... Read more
from Puyallup, Washington
Submitted on 21-06-2016
If you are a business traveler on your own, the location of this hotel makes it worthy of your consideration, with the exception that the internet was somewhat spotty. However, if you are a couple or family, you will likely not be able to fit comfortably in the room or bathroom. That said, the staff is kind and welcoming.
from Billerica, Massachusetts
Submitted on 21-06-2016
There were many great things about Executive Pacific Hotel, but if it's a spacious room and bathroom you're looking for - I might look somewhere else. The hotel is located in a great area - within an easy walk to Pike Place Market, the pier/waterfront, Seattle Public Library (right across the street!), and tons of restaurants. There is even a delicious gelato/coffee place attached to the lobby and a decent bar with good food that also has an entrance from the hotel. The space needle is about a m... Read more
Submitted on 25-06-2016
We stayed at the Executive Hotel Pacific for two nights before our cruise to Alaska. We took the Light Rail from the airport to University stop and walked two miles to the hotel. We really enjoyed staying downtown. We were able to walk to Pikes Market and the Space Needle. We came back relaxed and then walked to the Mariner's game. It was a lot of walking but we got to see the city. They helped us at the front desk. The staff was very nice. However, the hotel was old and the family suite... Read more
from Chapel Hill, North Carolina
Submitted on 25-06-2016
What more would you want? Walking distance to the Pike Place Market and shopping; good price for Seattle; clean room, albeit small bathroom, and excellent staff welcoming and happy hour. The hotel is older, explaining the bathroom but the room was spacious enough; the internet connection strong, and the wine in later afternoon welcoming. Only disadvantage is having to lift luggage down stairs to access elevator until learned access through coffee/pizza shop.
from Sutton Coldfield, Birmingham
Submitted on 28-06-2016
A comfortable hotel with big comfy beds and very clean. We had no real view from our bedroom. Had plenty of Seattle Starbuck coffee maker in bedrooms. Not too spacious but adequate for our needs as we only came back to our rooms to freshen up each day and sleep. most of our time we were out on tours. Nice friendly staff and reception. Nice little coffee shop downstairs as there are no breakfast facilities in the hotel. Had a pastry and coffee most mornings or Granola for breakfast. Friendly clea... Read more
from Mountain View, California
Submitted on 01-07-2016
Everything is clean and in good working condition. Bathroom, closet area and bedroom are a bit cramped. No desk. Staff is friendly. Good location with views of the library. This area of town is open a bit later than pike's place with the hotel bar, Purple and the fairmont open until at least 10.
from Saint Paul, Nebraska
Submitted on 05-07-2016
This hotel is slightly dated, you can tell that by looking at the pictures. The staff and the location MORE than makes up for any drawbacks. Located right in downtown Seattle, any of the key landmarks are well within walking distance of any capable tourist. The staff recommended checking out the Starbucks a few buildings over located on the 40th floor. That was a hit. Also, the Pikes Place Market is an easy downhill 5 minute walk. The rooms are small and tight quartered but have everything you n... Read more
from Indiana
Submitted on 06-07-2016
We were very satisfied with our stay in the hotel. The combination of location and price are tough to beat in Seattle. The hotel is a bit older than others in the area, but the furnishings are modern and fairly new. The staff was extremely helpful in a number of occasions, one employee searched for nearly ten minutes to find a corkscrew so my wife and I could open one of the bottle from our excursion to a nearby winery. Speaking of wine, the hotel offers a complimentary wine reception every ev... Read more
Submitted on 10-07-2016
A lovely hotel in which we got a complimentary upgrade to a larger room which we was very pleased about. A perfect location being a 10 minute walk away from the pike place market and a 15 minute walk from the sports stadiums was perfect for us. The only thing which was a little frustrating was being able to get bottles of still water - none served at the bar downstairs and the vending machine out of order. Although Vanessa who helped us at the beginning of our trip sent up two to our room immedi... Read more
from Kilkenny, Ireland
Submitted on 10-07-2016
The location is convenient and pretty central. The lobby was modern and the staff were helpful. Don‚??t miss the wine reception which was great fun. The hotel though central is not suited to those with restricted mobility due to the very steep hills and there is quite a bit of street noise. The lobby has been modernised but the bedrooms are rather dated. The d√©cor is dark and it really would not take much to update them. The shower was lovely even though the bathroom was very small. This... Read more
Submitted on 11-07-2016
Stayed here for seven days last year. Asked multiple times if there was free parking before we went out there and was told yes. Turns out there was not, and we ended up paying an extra 40/night just to park if we couldn't find street parking. Did have a good coffee place attached, though. Amenities were standard. Bathrooms are very small and weird.
from Chelmsford, United Kingdom
Submitted on 11-07-2016
This hotel is quite well located downtown, not far from pier 66 where our cruise ship moored. We were pleased to be able to get into our room, even though it was early - before 10am. The hotel is a bit drab and the lift was dirty. Our room is very cramped - with less storage than our stateroom on the cruise ship! The walls are very thin, so we were disturbed by our neighbours getting back at midnight, by their alarm going off and by the cleaners chatting as they worked.
Submitted on 11-07-2016
I stayed at this hotel with some friends last weekend and loved it! The rooms were very nice, the staff was helpful and friendly, and the location of the hotel was perfect--we were able to easily walk to the mall and Pike Place Market. We also really enjoyed the complimentary wine hour in the evening, which was at the perfect time to get a drink before going to dinner. Overall this is a great place and I will definitely be staying here again!
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 14-07-2016
The hotel is in a good location for visiting most of Seattle City Centre attractions via foot. There are plenty of nice restaurants and bars close by to the hotel. The hotels rooms are neat and tidy and contain all facilities required for your stay. The staff are very friendly and helpful.
from Missoula, Montana
Submitted on 15-07-2016
Once again the app "Hotel Tonight" found this place for me to rest my head for the evening, at around 7:30pm, and I was not disappointed. Although the room was small (two queen beds - not a lot of turnaround space) - the bed was comfortable, the room was very quiet, the staff was very friendly (what a difference from the hotel across the street), there is a restaurant attached, a Starbucks across the street and a library as well - in case you want to get a book! A clean, quiet location -- I wi... Read more
from Portland, Oregon
Submitted on 16-07-2016
Everyone was very friendly and helpful as soon as we arrived! They had a restaurant and bar downstairs and a complimentary wine hour from 5 to 6! The location is a few blocks from the water front and about 6 blocks from the Seahawks and Mariners stadium! So much to do and see!
Submitted on 17-07-2016
This hotel is really for a business person type, airline personnel, or a one person hotel stay. With that being said service is great, Anthony, Megan and Spencer made us at home and welcomed. The doorman was always kind/helpful. Rooms, don't get the standard-very, small, upgrade to king if your not use to small room, use Abdul transportation from airport to hotel, good price and he is very personable. Beds are great, very clean and comfortable, toilet flushes very very loud, ceiling had dust ba... Read more
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 17-07-2016
I don't understand how this place manages to charge so much for their rooms. At least I got mine on Hotel Tonight for what I'd consider a reasonable price for the location. The location is great. Solidly in an easy walk to so much in Seattle, downtown or the stadiums. It's surrounded by lots of bars and restaurants. However, next time I'd rather pay $30/night more for a better experience. Our room was tiny. And by tiny I mean the coffee platter was literally on the nightstand. The desk table... Read more
Submitted on 18-07-2016
While the hotel was clean and looks like it was updated, but in my opinion it is not worth what I paid. The rooms and bathrooms were on the small side. I had an issue with the shower not draining and had to mention it to the front desk twice. Wifi never seemed to work right. The location of the hotel is good. Able to walk to all of the major attractions.
from Portland, Oregon
Submitted on 19-07-2016
Awesome hotel to get away with my friends and I for the weekend! Great and friendly staff! Perfect location with a little bit of everything in walking distance all around us. They also had 5 to 6pm wine hour which was really a fun way to start our night off. We had a blast and will be returning soon!
from Burnaby
Submitted on 20-07-2016
Where to start - no parking onsite is probably the first thing you will notice. Save driving around the block 3x to figure out how to get into the parkade - there isn't one! Then the $37 valet parking fee is next up on the noteworthy items... they fail to provide parking then bill you to park your call 2-3 blocks away. Check-in was fairly easy but getting your luggage to the hotel room is its own adventure. The check-in counter is no where near the elevators - either go up a flight of STAIRS or... Read more
from Helsinki, Finland
Submitted on 20-07-2016
Staff were absolutely friendly and attentive. Great service, thank you so much! The room was a bit small, but everything worked well. Only minus that there were no fridge in the room. Location is central and bus stop is right next to hotel. Daily wine tasting was really nice surprise and it was complimentary. You should definitely try that!
Submitted on 24-07-2016
Spent three nights here this month. Small but clean room. The Keurig coffee pot did not work and they had NO free coffee in lobby as others did. Had to go next door to buy coffee. On Sunday our room did not get cleaned/ towels changed till after 5pm!! Hotel very convenient/ downtown area. Walking distance to Pike Market.
from Victoria, Canada
Submitted on 25-07-2016
Although this hotel had some upgrades, still it's a very old building. Walls are paper thin, could hear conversations going on in the next room. Seemed a little grungy for my liking. However... the bed and pillows were wonderful, great sleep x 2, The shower had a nice rain shower type shower-head - loved it and the location was excellent. Parking is $40, not great, but not terrible.
from Denver, Colorado
Submitted on 26-07-2016
This is the second year I have stayed at the Executive Hotel Pacific with a group of friends. I have been organizing this trip for everyone and Tona Zubia is the best to work with. This year I arrived earlier than the 4 pm check in time and as my room wasn't ready they took my bags, then called me as soon as the room was ready. The staff there were wonderful. I had items for our conference room and the valet helped me carry everything in. Anything I needed they were there with answers. The rooms... Read more
from Washington, DC
Submitted on 27-07-2016
Great location downtown, but this place is desperately in need of a makeover. Rooms are tired, airless and dark--many look out on a vast ventilation shaft. Lobby space is tiny, as is the workout room. All in all a pretty grim place, despite the best efforts of the friendly staff.
from Portland, Oregon
Submitted on 27-07-2016
I need to preface this review by saying I don't stay in downtown Seattle hotels so I don't have a comparison. However I do travel quite a bit into other areas of Oregon and Washington. And I want to start out with a positive, which is that the staff are fantastic and they've been welcoming and gracious. I needed to attend an all-day conference in downtown Seattle, so our travel coordinator found this hotel which is just a block away. The room rate is $341. For that price, the room has a king s... Read more
from Wilmington, Delaware
Submitted on 28-07-2016
I found the room to be expensive but probably avg price for the area. Don't need champagne from 5-6 pm, too much extra tacked onto the price for unused items (exercise room, WiFi). About 4 blocks to main shopping area.
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 01-08-2016
Well located and reasonably priced, if your after big rooms go elsewhere and it probably if fair to say it needs a little updating. Overall a decent place friendly staff. Close to all facilities downtown Seattle.
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 01-08-2016
This is a great hotel, located just outside downtown Seattle; shopping areas and sights are within walking distance. The staff were friendly and helpful, and my room was clean, nice and a decent size. I'd stay there again.
from San Diego
Submitted on 02-08-2016
Attended a wedding in Seattle and this hotel was recommended by the wedding party, so it was convenient for me. The good: excellent location close to all the tourist attractions and restaurants downtown, clean, new remodeled bathroom, comfortable bed, good price for location and friendly staff. The not so good (but not bad): small rooms (especially bathroom) and can be noisy (thin walls). The hotel is in an older downtown building, so I assume the room size and noise are a carryover from when th... Read more
Submitted on 03-08-2016
This hotel was just okay. It was conveniently located to everything so we could walk easily. The furnishing and room was dated. The agent at the desk told us we would get a room with a nice view of the library. We opened our curtain to see the air conditioning unit and parking garage. I inquired and was told we didn't pay for a view. Room and bathroom both very small.
from Sydney, Australia
Submitted on 03-08-2016
About 10 minutes' walk west from the University St underground station (use Seneca St exit) on Link Light Rail, from 3rd Ave to 4th Ave, slightly uphill gradient for those with big luggage . This older style hotel sits on the corner opposite the Seattle Public Library which is worth a wander if you can spare the time. It was nice to receive a complimentary upgrade to a King room on level 6, though we would prefer a higher room given a choice. Being light sleepers, street noise from utility vehic... Read more
Submitted on 04-08-2016
This hotel is located opposite the Seattle public library, putting it a few minutes walk away from most places in the centre of the city. The rooms are however small and dated with nowhere really to sit apart from the beds. There was no desk available making it difficult to lay out items or use a computer. Wifi was also spotty most of the time. The best solution for a family is to spend most of the day out and about, not try and relax at the hotel.
from Arles, France
Submitted on 04-08-2016
Tiny room for 3 people 2 queen beds, but no space around, even to store luggages. There s not even a chair or armchair in the room. If you only stay 1 or 2 nights, you ll be located on the street side, which can be noisy, especially on lower floors. Bathroom is ok. Location is convenient, about 10 min walk to Pike center market.
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 07-08-2016
Stayed in Seattle in early August with my hubby and our 2 adult children. We chose the Executive for its great location, availability of a 2 BR-2 Bath family suite and the pricing. This was the best deal I could get for a room of this size in downtown Seattle and it met our needs. The location of the building is fantastic. The hotel was more dated than I expected. Our rooms were small but the beds were comfortable and the rooms well equipped. The drawback about the family rooms is that they are... Read more
Submitted on 07-08-2016
Perfectly adequate for relatively low price. No desk and very tiny bathroom. Bed was comfortable. Small irritations like dim lighting, no soap dish in shower and no trash basket in bathroom could easily be remedied with a little effort. Well situated for my needs.
from Anchorage, Alaska
Submitted on 08-08-2016
This is an older building in the heart of Seattle. Not far from Pioneer Square, Pikes Market and many office buildings. The staff was excellent from the front desk, to the bell desk to housekeeping. Rooms are small as was typical in early 20th Century construction. But they are well appointed and well kept.
from Toronto, Canada
Submitted on 09-08-2016
I just returned from 2 nights at this hotel for a girls trip. I would definitely recommend staying here for the location and fantastic customer service. Upon arriving at the airport the car service I booked with the hotel did not show up. One simple phone call rectified the situation and the driver came within 15 minutes. He was very kind and polite and the staff at the hotel apologized for the mix up and even paid for it. The location is fantastic to walk all over downtown Seattle. Yes the wall... Read more
from Aberdeen, Washington
Submitted on 12-08-2016
The location is really great, with multiple bars and restaurants on the same block (The Lodge is fabulous), along with the pier and main downtown area within walking distance. There's also a small café attached to the lobby which is perfect for a quick snack in the morning. The complimentary wine in the evenings is a major bonus! Unfortunately, the rooms were nothing special. There's still some historic charm that adds to the overall feel of the room, but the rooms are pretty cramped with four ... Read more
from Shanghai, China
Submitted on 13-08-2016
our group had 2 rooms, one small standard double queen room, one 2 room 2 bathroom suite, the suite was a surprise but facing a huge central air system, one room was noisy all the time. overall the room is clean, staff friendly, close to the pike market, west lake station, the price is reasonable compared to the downtown hotels
Submitted on 13-08-2016
This was a girl friend's vacation. From reading reviews prior to booking, I knew the rooms and bathrooms were small so booking 2 family suites was best for us. It worked out great as we each had a queen bed and bathroom. Beds were very comfortable. One of the bathrooms had a damaged window that allowed lots of street noise in, but I just kept the door closed. I did notify the GM. If you enjoy walking, this hotel is in a great location to walk to EVERYTHING! Used a taxi only once the entire week.... Read more
Submitted on 15-08-2016
Rooms are small, but we were not there much. Air did not work. Pillows too puffy. Easy to walk anywhere including Safeco. We were on 2nd floor and there was a lot of street noise. I would go back but ask for a higher floor. Bar/ restaurant in hotel. Nice for nightcap after game.
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 26-08-2016
The location is good. We've walked from the hotel to the places we've been to on our short visit to this beautiful city. Places we've been to were CenturyLink Field to see the Seahawks play, Safeco Field (not a baseball season yet so we just did a tour), Pike Place Market, Space Needle, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Waterfront, Sky View Observatory, and of course the shops. We loved the pub in this hotel, the The Lodge Sports Grille, very good atmosphere and good food and drinks. However, the room... Read more
from Cambridge, Massachusetts
Submitted on 26-08-2016
We booked a rate we found through another OTA. It included breakfast, though the site also had a no-breakfast rate. If you get the same choice, do not get the breakfast. Also note that this place charges $37/night to park your car, which is not posted on their website. We called in advance, so no surprises. It would have been nice if they let us keep our car there while we explored the city, but check-out time is also check-car-out time, and when we checked in at 6 pm and asked to leave o... Read more
from Long Beach, New York
Submitted on 02-09-2016
So glad I booked the room early. I got a great deal. Location is perfect. I wish i could of had a view but they had all the tv channels and every person on staff including house keeping was extremely kind and helpful. I recommend this hotel to anyone coming to Seattle!!
Submitted on 07-09-2016
With so many up and down reviews about the Executive Hotel Pacific, I was a little apprehensive, but booked 3 nights before our alaskan cruise. So glad that I did. Of course, the rooms will not be oversized, because the hotel is over 100 years old. From the moment we arrived at the hotel, until the morning we left to the cruise ship, we could not be more pleased. Devin met us at the door, and took our luggage, and then took it to our rooms after we checked in. With two full days to explore ... Read more
Submitted on 08-09-2016
I really looked forward to my stay here. Great description and nice photos. However, right after opening the door to the room, I felt pretty disappointed. Old, dusty and heavily used room. No upgraded amenities. Very noisy from adjacent rooms. Not stylish at all. Can't see any recent renovation. Sad.
Submitted on 12-09-2016
Stayed here with family on a recent pre-cruise stay. The staff was lovely and very welcoming. Reception staff were quick, friendly and efficient and the valet service was phenomenal. The valets were always quick to open the front door of the hotel for you as well. Room-wise, the place was impeccable. Very clean and the showers had excellent water pressure. Furthermore, the hotel was ideally placed. Easy to get around walking (Pike Place, Space Needle and Skyview Observatory) but also easy to... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 14-09-2016
The room is not too spacious - good enough for business trip by myself. Bathroom feels a bit tight because there is not much space to lay out my own shaver, toothbrush, etc. Location is not bad at all. There were a few days that the shower only had cold water in the morning (but it got fixed on my day of checkout). I left behind my jacket and the front desk was kind enough (after I had already checked out) to get a new room key and to take my jacket back.
from Grande Prairie, Canada
Submitted on 20-09-2016
We booked 2 rooms at this hotel. After speaking with a friend who used to live in Seattle she suggested having a hotel in this area would be better than staying somewhere else. There is a lot to see at Pike Market which is a few blocks from this hotel. This hotel was very easy to find from I-5. Check in was quick and I used the valet parking service. The hotel is old, but very clean and comfortable. Room and bathroom was small, but it was a small sacrifice for having an excellent location. Walki... Read more
from San Leandro, California
Submitted on 21-09-2016
The hotel was clean, beds very comfortable, and all of the staff extremely accommodating. the bathrooms are a little small, and there were not any handrails getting in and out of the tub/shower. Outside of that I can highly recommend Executive Pacific Hotel
from Circleville, Ohio
Submitted on 25-09-2016
Stayed three nights with my sister for vacation. Room small, could barely move around. Bathroom tiny, but did have deep tub. To use elevator you need to go up or down half a flight of stairs. Because it is historical hotel if doesn't need handicap access. There is no room service although some places deliver. But no breakfast anywhere nearby before 7 am. Staff friendly with apples at front counter and water bottles in room. Library across street.
from San Antonio, Texas
Submitted on 25-09-2016
At $200/ night we expected better dogs. We were disappointed here. The lobby looks fine but once upstairs the hallways are dingy and smell of old smoke. Our room was tiny and the bathroom was TINY and very cramped. There have been upgrades but it is still dated - hot water never got hot, toilet didn't flush properly, etc. it felt very much like a seedy, creaking old hotel that has seen better days long ago. The exterior door on our floor that is used for emergency exits was ajar and would not ac... Read more
from Matamata, New Zealand
Submitted on 30-09-2016
This hotel is very comfortable although with only 8 floors views are limited. The hotel brings together a charm from an earlier era with all the mod cons of todays world. It is situated within walking distance of the central city, Pike Place markets and the monorail to the Chilhuly Gardens and the spire. Most restaurants on 4th avenue are within walking distance. Check in was easy and the hotel offers a complimentary wine hour each evening for guests. Staff were always very helpful with dire... Read more
Submitted on 04-10-2016
You do get what you pay for. The rooms are very small and the bathrooms even smaller. Overall the place is OK with some nice touches, including the wine hour each night, and the in-room coffee, and the nice workout room, but just don't plan to spend any time in the room. The walls are not that sound proof and the plumbing (toilet flushing) is quite noticeable side to side and up and down.
from Woodland Hills, CA
Submitted on 06-10-2016
Adjust your expectations. It is not up to the standards of the Kimpton across the street or certainly the W on the next block, but it is way less like 1/2 the price when I stayed there. On the positive side- friendly staff, adequate minimal room and bathroom size, comfortable bed and great location to restaurants, light rail station, downtown shopping and business and Pikes Market and waterfront. On the negative side- old and long in the tooth, no desk for working and no food with only a coffee ... Read more
from Brisbane, Australia
Submitted on 08-10-2016
Great little hotel right in downtown, can walk to all the attractions from here, rooms small but you only need a bed, bathrooms have been renovated and very nice, staff friendly and helpful , would definitely stay here again.
Submitted on 13-10-2016
I arrived on business and stayed from September 5-9, 2016. My overall impressions were favorable. Although the accommodations were average, this was to be expected for the price; which wasn't too high since I booked on the internet weeks in advance. I was highly impressed with the staff. They are receptive, responsive, friendly and professional. The daily Happy Hour was also fun. Wine was free! It felt good unwinding with other guests. The location was ideal and excellent. You can be anywhere in... Read more
from Adelaide, Australia
Submitted on 14-10-2016
We had never visited Seattle before and were really impressed by this well situated hotel. The rooms are very clean and comfortable, warm and the staff friendly. It even has complimentary wine at Happy Hour for guests. It is about ten minutes walk to Pike Markets, so really central. We got the light rail straight from the airport, then it was a five minute easy walk. Highly recommended.
from Vancouver, Canada
Submitted on 16-10-2016
Spent the weekend at this hotel once again. Our room was SPOTLESS, the bathroom spotless and has been up-dated. Bathroom was a little small, but this is just a statement not a complaint. Fantastic shower and lovely white fluffy towels. Only complaint was the pillows. Way too hard for me so I didn't sleep well. Dan, the maintenance man, is not only hilarious he will do anything for you. We love this place and continue to return every year or whenever we can. No need to go elsewhere.
from British Columbia, Canada
Submitted on 17-10-2016
For a few days' getaway, this was a great hotel. Rooms are cozy but modern and well appointed. Only thing lacking was a fridge. Staff were great - and the complimentary wine hour was a bonus! Would definitely stay here again.
Submitted on 20-10-2016
It's been several years since I visited this hotel. As before the location is perfect and the room pricing is good. The renovations are now complete. The elevator work and I didn't have to climb the stairs to get to my room once. The room was small but clean and comfortable. The bath was extremely small and was difficult to use. That being said, I plan to return in upcoming business trips.
from San Jose, California
Submitted on 24-10-2016
Seattle is an easy City to get around in the downtown areas as we walked almost everywhere. This Hotel was in the walking area of downtown Seattle. The Hotel is an older building which has been renovated. The personnel at the Front Desk are great! Very helpful and courteous! Valet parking was easy, only issue may be if it is rush hour, there may not be a large enough wait area to park for check in. Valet is the best way to go, easy and the time period to get your car is not long. We left ... Read more
from Cardiff, Wales
Submitted on 26-10-2016
I was in town for a couple of nights on business (alone) & chose this hotel for its location and price - hotels were astronomically priced when I booked & this one was affordable. It's a slightly dated hotel but absolutely fine for a few nights or if you just need somewhere to sleep. The bathroom had obviously been updated but the rest of the room hadn't. The room was also rather dark (as so many hotels in the US are). Also no fridge. But generally ok. Being October, the air con had been turn... Read more
from Hvidovre, Denmark
Submitted on 26-10-2016
Very convenient hotel within walking distance to major sights. Clean room with comfortable bed. Newish bathroom. Staff overall friendly. Nice price via would return if in Seattle again...
Submitted on 27-10-2016
We found the Executive Hotel on Groupon we booked for 3 nights. Even though our room was not ready, they held our luggage and parked our car and gave us a map and directions to Pike Street Market and the Monorail to Seattle center. They called us when the room wars ready. The check in was very easy and we were off to our room. It was a little on the small side like most older hotels but very clean and comfortable. The staff was always friendly ams accommodating the valet service was top en... Read more
from Tampa, Florida
Submitted on 30-10-2016
I was looking for a hotel for me and my significant other to stay when we were visiting Seattle. We ended up staying 6 nights there. Every night they offer a complimentary wine tasting which is amazing for couples traveling on a budget. We were within walking distance to all the major attractions. I think the farthest we walked was a half hour to get to the Space Needle. It was in the winter time when we went so everything has Christmas lights up and it was gorgeous. The hotel room was quaint bu... Read more
from The Dalles, Oregon
Submitted on 06-11-2016
This is an older property & the small rooms & tiny bathrooms are indicative of that. It was very clean & the staff was friendly & helpful. I loved the central location & ability to walk easily to all of Seattle's famous sites. However, 3 nights here just felt too cramped for comfort & I will opt for something roomier next time.
from penticton B.C.
Submitted on 08-11-2016
Enjoyed our stay but did have a neighbour with a screaming toddler at 630 am. Not fun as we were out late and needed sleep. There was no others rooms available so could not move. Happened again next morning as well. Fortunately they left and we had a peaceful last morning. Staff were very helpful and the rooms were dated but clean. Enjoyed their evening wine tasting. Lots of great restaurants close by. We were able to walk everywhere
from Portland, Oregon
Submitted on 11-11-2016
The hotel is conveniently located in the center of downtown. The staff was pleasant, the room was clean, small, but fine for one person. Everything I expected for the price. My only complaint was noise. I'm a bad sleeper, so I'm unusually noise-sensitive - might not be a problem for everyone. I was on the 5th floor, so street noise wasn't bad (but watch out - they have 2nd floor rooms, which appear to be right over a bar). Noise from the hallway and neighboring rooms was quite loud. Around mid... Read more
from San Francisco, California, United States
Submitted on 14-11-2016
The rooms are tiny but the location is awesome and we loved the Lodge bar and lounge that is connected below. The service was excellent. Small and centrally located it was well priced for the location
Submitted on 15-11-2016
Overall appearance of the hotel was clean and quaint. Customer service at registration was terrific. They really went out of their way to help every vacationer. Close proximity allow us to to walk around downtown, to the waterfront and ferries. The room was a small, good for a single traveler. Bathroom was almost too small which was difficult to maneuver without always shutting the door. There was not parking structure so I had to valet my vehicle, which is not a terrible option but was pretty ... Read more
from Cardiff
Submitted on 17-11-2016
The title says it all. We were quickly booked in, given great advice about managing the walk to various places of interest (essential in managing the hills of Seattle if you are walking any distance at all). Our Room was right by the lift but we had no noise issues at all; yes, it was on the small side and with no view - but how much time do you spend indoors; the bed was clean and comfortable; and the bathroom was absolutely fine, despite its door being translucent glass! In the early evening ... Read more