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MarQueen Hotel

Seattle, WA, US (SEA)

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Suite (Queen Anne)

Suite (Queen Anne)

1 King Bed
Layout - Separate dining area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels, and DVD player
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Free local calls, double sofa bed, and free weekday newspaper
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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Deluxe Room, 2 Queen Beds

Deluxe Room, 2 Queen Beds

2 Queen Beds
Layout - Dining area and sitting area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Free local calls, twin sofa bed, and free weekday newspaper
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed

1 King Bed
Layout - Separate dining area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Free local calls, free weekday newspaper, and iron/ironing board
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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Junior Suite

Junior Suite

1 King Bed and 1 Full Sofa Bed
Layout - Dining area and sitting area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels, and iPod dock
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Free local calls, double sofa bed, and desk
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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Suite (Queen Anne)

Suite (Queen Anne)

1 King Bed and 1 Full Sofa Bed
700 sq feet (65 sq meters)

Layout - Bedroom, living room, and dining area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels, and iPod dock
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Free local calls, double sofa bed, and desk
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed, Kitchenette

Deluxe Room, 1 King Bed, Kitchenette

1 King Bed
Layout - Separate dining area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Free local calls, free weekday newspaper, and iron/ironing board
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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Junior Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofabed, Kitchenette

Junior Suite, 1 King Bed with Sofabed, Kitchenette

1 King Bed and 1 Full Sofa Bed
Layout - Dining area and sitting area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels, and DVD player
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Sofa bed, free local calls, and free weekday newspaper; cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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Deluxe 2 Queens  Sofabed w/ Kitchenette

Deluxe 2 Queens Sofabed w/ Kitchenette

2 Queen Beds and 1 Full Sofa Bed
Layout - Separate dining area
Entertainment - Free WiFi, 39-inch LED TV with premium channels
Food & Drink - Kitchenette with refrigerator, microwave, cookware/dishware, and coffee/tea maker
Sleep - Pillowtop bed, a down duvet, and blackout drapes/curtains
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, bathrobes, and designer toiletries
Practical - Free local calls, free weekday newspaper, and iron/ironing board
Comfort - Daily housekeeping and climate-controlled heating and air conditioning
Non-Smoking
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MarQueen Hotel
600 Queen Anne Ave N, Seattle, WA US 98109

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 59 air-conditioned rooms featuring kitchenettes with full-sized refrigerators/freezers and microwaves. Your pillowtop bed comes with down comforters. 39-inch LED televisions with cable programming provide entertainment, while complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected. Conveniences include complimentary weekday newspapers and coffee/tea makers, as well as phones with free local calls.

Amenities
Make use of convenient amenities such as complimentary wireless Internet access, concierge services, and a hair salon.

Dining
Grab a bite to eat at the hotel's restaurant, where you can enjoy drinks at a bar and dine alfresco (weather permitting). Or stay in and take advantage of room service (during limited hours). Quench your thirst with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge. A complimentary continental breakfast is served daily.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, limo/town car service, and complimentary newspapers in the lobby.

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Know Before You Go

  • Reservations are required for massage services and spa treatments. Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel prior to arrival, using the contact information on the booking confirmation.
  • Children 5 years old and younger stay free when occupying the parent or guardian's room, using existing bedding.

AMENITIES:
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • ATM Machine
  • Beauty Shop/Salon
  • Business Center
  • Coffee Shop
  • Concierge Desk
  • Dry Cleaning Service
  • Free Breakfast
  • Free Local Calls
  • Kitchenette
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Porter / Bellhop
  • Room Service
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 1029 reviews
from
Submitted on 18-05-2016
The MarQueen had all of the expected amenities and services available. (Toiletries, continental breakfast, valet, etc) The location is its best feature--within a block or two of many fantastic restaurants, bus stops, and the metropolitan market. Easy walk to the Seattle center. Walk up the (steep) hill to upper queen ann for a quiet neighborhood feel and more shops, cafes, and the infamous Kerry park. The MarQueen was impressive when first walking in the doors, greeted by a friendly doorman ... Read more
from Bloomfield
Submitted on 20-05-2016
What's really incredible about this hotel is their dedication to preserving the historic beauty of this hotel. The minute you step through the doors, you feel transported into another time. The grounds and rooms are wonderfully kept and the staff is warm and inviting. My stay was in a Deluxe King Room which included a kitchenette with a full size fridge! It's steps away from restaurants, bars, a supermarket, drugstore, the ballet, opera, theatres and the Space Needle! You feel like you're in th... Read more
from Spokane Valley, Washington
Submitted on 20-05-2016
Came to Seattle with family for concert at key arena. Short walk to key arena. Lots of restaurants nearby. The room was spacious, and even had a kitchen with breakfast nook. It also had a small separate sitting area. It was perfect for us as friends met us there and there was room to visit.
from Missoula, Montana
Submitted on 22-05-2016
We enjoyed the spacious room and two king beds! The complimentary breakfast is hardly "continental". It is in the bar/lounge and includes yogurt and a bagel served with butter. No cream cheese or other options. You were given jam but not asked about a preference. I was served yogurt with honey which I am deathly allergic too. Would have been nice if someone asked me about allergies before serving it. No gluten free options only take away the bagel. The room was by the lobby and was super q... Read more
from Yakima
Submitted on 22-05-2016
Had a hard time sleeping, heard noises all night. It sounded like someone was walking around in our bathroom. Finally, we shut the bathroom door, but that didn't help us sleep. I booked through a third party website and wasn't able to get out of the reservations. I will never book through a third party site to ensure I don't ever get this hotel again. The staff was nice.
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Submitted on 29-05-2016
Bell staff excellent. Hotel is for those who appreciate historical buildings. There was a complete kitchen stove refrigerator. No elevator. It was nice to get a $20 comp to the downstairs bar. Continental breakfast from 8-10, a little late if you ask me, probably to get you to pay for coffee at the adjacent coffee shop which is nice and quaint. If you want a good an inexpensive breakfast go down the street to Mecca Cafe.
from Salem, Massachusetts
Submitted on 29-05-2016
The hotel is in a nice neighborhood. There is a bar and restaurant you can access from the lobby. The rooms are very big, and the beds are comfortable. We were in a room located on the first floor, which reminded me of a good size studio apartment. It came with an eat in kitchen area, with a full size fridge, coffee maker and microwave. So, if you were in the city for an extended stay, this hotel would be a nice choice. The rooms are a bit on the older side, but charming. The hotel staff were al... Read more
from Saint Louis, Missouri
Submitted on 31-05-2016
My room did not look like the pictures, but more like an older apartment. I expected there to be doors between the bedroom and living room. The rooms were dated and tired looking. I also did NOT expect to not have an elevator. The location is great!
from Alameda, California
Submitted on 06-06-2016
We loved this hotel. There is no elevator but that's okay. There is a history to this hotel that is explained in the rooms. The rooms are comfortable and spacious. Great spot! In the Queen Anne part of town. Close to restaurants and a market. Has a full kitchen with all the amenities.
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 07-06-2016
Great small hotel. Very helpful and efficient staff. Rooms are large, bedding very good, I was impressed with the living space. Very well maintained for a building rich in history. Just around the corner is the Metropolitan Market, a wonderful grocery store with take out food of the highest quality. Several good restaurants just a short walk.
from Port Charlotte, Florida
Submitted on 15-06-2016
This hotel was old but had the charm we were looking for. The service was great the rooms were large but had old time charm. Each room we stayed at had a full kitchen which we did not know about. The bath room was a step back in time. We would stay again when in Seattle.
from Anchorage, Alaska
Submitted on 18-06-2016
The location is nice for walking in Seattle. When we checked in there was something that looked pretty gross splattered on the wall and trim, they cleaned it when I showed them photos, well...most of it, we cleaned the rest ourselves and washed well afterwards. The shower screeche in your ear is it is an old old tub retrofitted with shower capabilities. I give the bathroom a rating of 2 in a 1 to 5 scale, There was a kitchenette, but there there was no dish soap until day 3. There was a sitting ... Read more
from Northridge
Submitted on 20-06-2016
Hotel was in a great location, other than the drunks outside at night, rooms were dusty for the money I expected much better rooms. Front desk were very helpful. Excellent front desk services. Not sure if I would recommend this hotel.
from cleveland, United States
Submitted on 20-06-2016
The MarQueen Hotel was the last stop on our Washington vacation. Great location, within walking distance of major tourist attractions, restaurants and a fun piano bar. Very nice classic old property in a wonderful location.
from San Antonio, Texas
Submitted on 21-06-2016
The location is perfect. Lots of nearby restaurants. Beautiful surroundings. Walking distance to Space Needle. Very friendly and helpful staff. Old and charming boutique hotel with acceptable food, wi-fi, comfy beds, spacious and well appointed rooms. But the walls in the showers as NASTY grimy. We stayed in room 115 and we both commented on how that disgusting grime made the shower a bit disturbing. Would I stay here again? Maybe--if I couldn't find something similar nearby-- but probably ... Read more
from Roswell
Submitted on 26-06-2016
This was a good experience. The rooms were large and we liked the kitchen area with all the amenities. The bathroom could have had more space to put toiletry items/bags. Lots of atmosphere in this "old" hotel but very comfortable and very quiet.
from
Submitted on 27-06-2016
I left this downtown Seattle hotel even though the stay was already paid for. Accomodations do not reflect hotel advertising - the MarQuern is a dirty dusty musty old hotel with a small staff that is unable to assist with a revision to rooms because most rooms are identical. At $287 per night I would expect better from this hotel in all areas from reception to housekeeping and hotel rooms.
from Clearwater, Florida
Submitted on 28-06-2016
My granddaughter aged 15 and I stayed here prior to our Alaskan cruise for one night. Lovely hotel, large room with amenities and only drawback was we had to wait almost an hour for our room to be ready as I wanted a first floor room. No elevator. A nice light breakfast of a bagel and yogurt with fruit and granola was provided with coffee and juice.
from Fresno, California
Submitted on 29-06-2016
I love the character of this hotel... From the hardwood floors, decorative lighting and artwork you feel as though you stepped back in time... all the hotel staff go above and beyond to make sure you are satisfied with your experience.
from Newport, Rhode Island
Submitted on 01-07-2016
A charming boutique hotel, with attentive, friendly staff and spacious, bright rooms. And very comfortable beds. The only negatives: no elevator, and a shower that kept going from normal temperature to hot then cold, several times whenever I bathed. The lack of an elevator is not much of a problem, since the staff is happy to carry your luggage up or down for you, and unless you are mobility impaired, the exercise is good for you.
from Lakewood, WA
Submitted on 03-07-2016
We stay here because of the convenience to Seattle Center. The staff is courteous and helpful. The rooms are old but roomy and comfortable with a small kitchen. My only complaint was the lack of shelf space in the bathroom. The small shelves that were there slanted forward so nothing would sit on them. Very small annoyance. The breakfast was disappointing for the price we paid, but the coffee was delicious.
from Antioch, California
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Stayed overnight at the MarQueen and we loved it. The room was like a small apartment with a kitchen that had a full size fridge, table and chairs, microwave, sink and place settings for four. Nice size bathroom with a nice size tub but a short shower. The hotel is on Queen Anne and I had a room that was bottom floor facing the street but it was quiet! I enjoyed drinks and small bites at the "Tin Lizzie Lounge". Which served classic cocktails which I greatly appreciated. The food was good a... Read more
from Hastings
Submitted on 05-07-2016
hotel is in a great location of the queen Anne neighborhood. Close to Seattle Center. There are many resturants in the area. The hotel is clean and the staff is very helpful. The attractions are easy to get to with transportation .
from Boston, Massachusetts
Submitted on 05-07-2016
Good location, free wifi and breakfast ... mattresses need and rooms need some updating. If you like Victoria era accommodations ... this is the place for you. No parking except valet, but they are very efficient in getting your car ... charge not too bad given the city location
from Belfast, New York
Submitted on 05-07-2016
What this place stand out compared to other hotel experiences is the 24 hour helpful and friendly staff. They could answer questions about parade routes to what bus lines to take to get to Fremont. Overall, a pleasant experience.
from Mackay, Australia
Submitted on 06-07-2016
We stayed here on a layover before our train. The staff were wonderful and the room was HUGE, clean, quiet and very well appointed. The only drawback was that the complimentary breakfast was a set single meal .. On our morning a bagel with jam and cream cheese and a yoghurt - no choices and no alternatives.
from Jefferson City, Missouri
Submitted on 07-07-2016
Staying at the hotel prior to and after a cruise to Alaska. The location of the hotel and the services of provided were excellent. Recommended restaurants and shops by the staff were valuable and time saving.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 09-07-2016
This hotel was so awesome I love the vibe the people the staff were awesome tin Lizzie was nice to relax at for breakfast I just overall love everything about this hotel. I definitely would come back again and I recommend it to anyone staying in Seattle.
from Caloundra, Australia
Submitted on 10-07-2016
Boiling water for tea and milk in fridge would have been great. Walking distance to needle and markets was very doable. Restaurants right across the street. Beds comfortable and room clean Overall a great start to the beginning of our holiday experience
from Placentia
Submitted on 11-07-2016
If you enjoy the historical atmosphere MarQueen Hotel is the place. The location is close to the space needle and the ocean. Wish we had more time and can't wait for our next visit. We will be back here.
from Jacksonville
Submitted on 12-07-2016
This is my second stay at the Marqueen, the first being in 2014. What a wonderful hotel in the midst of the Queen Anne section of Seattle. Highly recommended. The next time in Seattle, I will stay at no other hotel.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 15-07-2016
good location and friendly staff however the terrible drainage in the shower (several hours before the dirty water drained away), shower was either boiling hot or freezing cold, the sink was cracked in several places and , the wall shelf was hanging at an angle might be acceptable in a hostel in India but not in a major city and home to the Microsoft.
from Bellingham
Submitted on 18-07-2016
Very disappointing. The rooms are in very poor repair and condition. I would not stay here again. The toilet clogged easily and faucets drip. The room was bug but lots of useless space. They do not offer a gym pass.
from Parker
Submitted on 19-07-2016
The staff were very friendly and helpful. The rooms are big and comfortable. The pillow top beds are extremely comfortable. The location is great with a supermarket, drugstore and many restaurants nearby. I would definitely stay there again.
from
Submitted on 20-07-2016
The staff at this boutique hotel are very friendly. The rooms are very clean and spacious. The lack of elevators was not an issue as the hotel staff were very prompt to help with the luggage and the staircase was kind of cool. Only complaint I had was the fridge and air con were too noisy which made it a bit tough to sleep. The variety at breakfast could also be improved. Overall, we had a nice stay.
from Santa Rosa, California
Submitted on 20-07-2016
Big rooms. Quaint kitchenette area. Close to the Space Needle. Great neighborhood. Very pleasant breakfast at the hotel restaurant. Parking was the only issue. Our truck did not fit in the hotel garage space and it took my husband quite awhile to find a lot nearby with available space.
from Danville, United States
Submitted on 20-07-2016
We had a great stay. The staff was helpful and the hotel is close to many local attractions. The hotel does not, however, have an elevator. Parking is a bit tight in the area, but the walkability is high.
from Seattle
Submitted on 21-07-2016
The hotel is beautiful with a nice small bar/restaurant. However we found the service to be lacking overall. Unhelpful front desk personnel, spotty service in the bar, no help with our bags (carrying them up 3 flights of stairs). Make sure you know there are no elevators when you select your floor. In a very busy and noisy corner, but has excellent sound proofing on the windows (downside: windows can not be opened). Loved having the kitchenette and the large closets. Room is very spacious... Read more
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 22-07-2016
Perfect location to everything. The Space Needle is just over a stone's throw away, and there are numerous restaurants just metres away from your front door. As it's an old building, the Marqueen doesn't have a lift, so bear that in mind if you have heavy cases.
from Mount Pleasant
Submitted on 23-07-2016
great location, just a short walk to space needle and other attractions. bathroom reno didn't quite cut it. more work definitely could be done in the bathroom. otherwise, the staff was awesome! we'd stay here again...
from Seattle, Washington
Submitted on 24-07-2016
The room was old. The bathtub had some rust and I wasn't sure how to drain the water and had to call the ftont desk. It could have been taken care of in the bathroom earlier, by repairing the tub. I spent way too much money on that room, and if it were one third the price, I would have tolerated it better. The staff were very nice though, and the restaurant was great.
from Saskatoon, Canada
Submitted on 28-07-2016
If you travel with children, you will understand that if they have left something behind that is special to them it is a big deal. Just got off the phone with the front desk and their suggestion is that I phone them every day until the person who is occupying the room doesn't have a do not disturb sign on the door. Poor customer service, wouldn't recommend this hotel to anyone. Don't depend on the hide-a-bed! Our kid fell through the frame of the hide-a-bed in his sleep as it was old and not we... Read more
from San Antonio, Texas
Submitted on 28-07-2016
The hotel was a beautifully decorated old hotel that held old time charm. The room was comfortable, but as a lot of reviews have stated is not in perfect condition. The wooden floors creak, the claw foot bath was quite rust stained, but the room was large and comfortable. The rooms were built as apartments back in the early part of the 1900s, so there is a sitting room and full size kitchen. The bedding was cozy and the window ac worked well enough for Seattle summers. We were served a filling c... Read more
from
Submitted on 30-07-2016
Stayed in a jr suite for 3 nights with family and was happy with the room size (sitting area, kitchenette, king size bed) and bathroom amenities. The room service was disappointing in that the room was not vacuumed every day even when their were visible messes. Also, beware of a $25 key replacement fee for a replacement key if your room key happens to be lost during your stay. There is not an elevator, but luggage assistance is available. There in no central air conditioning, but there is a fan.... Read more
from San Antonio, Texas
Submitted on 30-07-2016
The Marqueen is a step back in time. Along with the antique charm it has some certain not so charming old concerns such as creaky wood floors and rust stained claw foot bath tubs. The rooms were built as apartments a century ago so the rooms are large, including sitting rooms and full kitchens. Beds could be better, but linens are excellent. The ac works fine for a Seattle summer. We were served a filling continental breakfast in the attached restaurant. A nights stay is a considerable high cost... Read more
from West Jordan, Utah
Submitted on 30-07-2016
This is a very quaint hotel. It was built in 1918 and has the feel of a great history. It was within a 10 minute walk to the Space Needle, Key Arena and the museums. We had double king beds, 5 pillows each bed that were all very comfortable. It had a separate sitting room for reading. The kitchen had the basics we needed. I would recommend this hotel to anyone that doesn't need ritzy surroundings and can enjoy a piece of art. I would go back in an instant and will recommend it to my frien... Read more
from Auburn
Submitted on 31-07-2016
I loved the stay at the Marqueen hotel the customer service was great, the room was big and beautiful . The breakfast in the morning ended our stay with a smile . I will be back! Thanks for a great experience
from Juneau, Alaska
Submitted on 01-08-2016
The room was very outdated, and in dire need of updates. For the price we paid per night, i would never stay there again. The bathroom had patching done that was cracked and not sealed well. TV was hanging on the wall out of balance, just not what I expected, but the service at the front desk was very good!! The restaurant was just OK, nothing to write home about.
from Klamath Falls
Submitted on 01-08-2016
The Marqueen has a lot of charm; the rooms are like little apartments filled with antique furniture and interesting architectural details. The walls are graced with photographs of the hotel in its various forms throughout the ages. The staff is efficient (the Tin Lizzie breakfast leaves a little to be desired, so maybe skip the free continental breakfast) and the valets are so helpful I wish they lived at my house. Would definitely stay there again if I can afford it.
from Heidelberg
Submitted on 02-08-2016
From outside beautiful brick-bulding from early 1900s. Big rooms; nice and confortable beds. We missed some cleanisess in the rooms; especially in the extra little room whre you hang up your clothes: super dirty in of our 4 rooms we had. Restaurant/Bar/Breakfast room "Tin Lizzy"; good breakfast; great selection of drinks; friendly service
from Phoenix
Submitted on 03-08-2016
Dirty Room upon check in. We stayed two nights and I noticed that the maid also did not clean up after I had dirtied the mirror. The hotel is overpriced for what you get. We go to Seattle frequently and won't be returning to the Marqueen.
from Brooklyn, New York
Submitted on 03-08-2016
Great location and historical place. Able to walk to most touristy places and surface transportation was readily available. Excellent variety of restaurants in immediate area. CVS opening soon will be another plus.
from Krakow, Poland
Submitted on 05-08-2016
They'd tell your: stylish and well located, walking distance to the Needle. The truth is rather ugly: crispy floors, one (single) receptionist trying to cope, no lift (!), large, scary rooms (kids cannot sleep well), breakfast,which is included - that's a poor substitute for food. Avoid that place!!
from Riverside
Submitted on 06-08-2016
Staff was pretty friendly. Hotel is just super old but they try to keep it up. Beware no elevators, just stairs. Had to carry luggage to third floor although bell boy offered but our luggage was pretty heavy for backpacking gear.
from Brentwood
Submitted on 07-08-2016
Neat, old renovated building in great location in Seattle. Good overall stay but the Breakfast process a bit strange and slow. Not able to handle a rush of people. Takes you back to a simpler time. A bit pricey.
from Lynnwood
Submitted on 09-08-2016
The hotel is located in a very safe and hip location. Most of the restaurants are within walking distance and most important you can see the Space needle right from your window. Space Needle is too within a short walking distance and so is Seattle Downtown.
from
Submitted on 09-08-2016
I was in Seattle for 2 nights with my husband and parents and decided to stay at the Marqueen Hotel. It was a wonderful place with huge rooms (closet, small kitchen, nice size bathroom, huge sitting area with bed). There were wooden floors throughout the room and awesome thumb drive type room keys. It was nice, clean, comfortable with water in the lobby. Complimentary wifi in the rooms as well. Complimentary breakfast was so-so which included yogurt, bagels (thin), and coffee/tea/juice. It ... Read more
from Brea
Submitted on 10-08-2016
I really had high expectations. So many Hotels around & felt disappointed how they put us in a 3rd floor no elevator room with 2 small kids & no baggage help offered. Going up 3 flights if stairs.....
from Omaha, Nebraska
Submitted on 10-08-2016
We chose the MarQueen because of its location and we were not disappointed. We stayed 2 nights and enjoyed the extra large room with beautiful furnishings and kitchenette. Coffee in room, Complimentary WiFi, Terry Robes in closet, Continental breakfast and in house 'Tin Lizzie Lounge' made our stay a good one. We were on the 3rd floor (no elevator) but had help with bags. Our view was looking out toward Elliott Bay. A nice selection of restaurants within walking distance, and only a few blocks t... Read more
from Scarsdale
Submitted on 13-08-2016
Hotel that needs some updating. The staff was friendly , accommodations were large ( including a kitchen and sitting area) and clean but not worth the lofty price- the hotel is in desperate need of updating. Their is no elevator however staff was friendly and willing to help with luggage.
from Pt Richmond,Ca
Submitted on 04-09-2016
Wonderfully located near bus stops, restaurants and the Seattle Center, stately, very helpful staff. Huge rooms, nice though monotonous continental breakfast. Bathrooms had hooks high enough for a giraffe! Needs a few shelves to put clothes on.
from St. Petersburg, Florida
Submitted on 05-09-2016
This hotel has quite a history. It was very convenient to restaurants shopping and the docks for cruising clientele. The room is dated but quaint and wonderful and it takes you back in time. Fantastic staff, very helpful. Continental breakfast could use a little tweaking. Other than that everything is great
from Hartford, Connecticut
Submitted on 05-09-2016
An excellent hotel to stay in when exploring downtown Seattle. Walking distance to restaurants, the Space Needle, and other sightseeing destinations. Safe and comfortable inside and out. No elevator, so be sure you can handle 2 or 4 flights of stairs.
from Magnolia, Texas
Submitted on 05-09-2016
I stayed at the MarQueen Hotel for two nights in August 2016. It's a very charming boutique hotel. Our room was big and clean. I was happy that the room was located on the first floor because my fiancé and I had 5 suitcases and the hotel does not have an elevator. We were pleasantly surprised to find out that continental breakfast was included. The breakfast was coffee, juice, a bagel with cream cheese and jelly, and a yogurt and granola parfait. My only complaint is that their should be a... Read more
from Boston
Submitted on 06-09-2016
We were in town for a day of Bumbershoot. The location was perfect with a short walk and many food and drink options in the neighborhood. The staff were all pleasant and helpful. The area was very quiet at night. The rooms are very spacious with a full size refrigerator, breakfast nook, parlor, and comfortable bed. I would stay here again
from Bainbridge Island, Washington
Submitted on 08-09-2016
Other than the extremely uncomfortable couch/pullout and lack of an elevator (that didn't bother us) was a great location. We went to the Bumbershoot music festival and it was perfect for that purpose.
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 08-09-2016
My husband and I visited from San Diego. Our room was a small apartment! It had a small kitchen with a full size refrigerator. Two queen beds. A small area to read or sit down and hangout. This is an old building used for housing for mechanics. They include a continental breakfast. It's important to note there's no elevator. We stayed in the first floor so trying to take our luggage up the stairs was not a problem for us. We liked the location in Queen Ann as we were able to take ubers and lyfts... Read more
from NEEDVILLE
Submitted on 11-09-2016
My wife and I traveled to Seattle to meet family for a night out before they left on an Alaskan Cruise. We stayed at the Marqueen but did not know anything about the place until we arrived. Great location as it was closer to Pikes Market than one would think (walking distance) but the best part was the room itself. Very clean, very spacey and wonderful history that goes with it. Jesse in the bar does an excellent job with mixing drinks, serving beer, and having great conversation. The young... Read more
from Singapore
Submitted on 11-09-2016
MarQueen is for those travelers that are looking for a vintage accommodation. The rooms were huge although quite squeaky (if you walk across the floor). I guess that's because the hotel is quite old. Beds were huge except for the pullout. If you have 3 people, better to have 2 people share 1 bed while 1 takes the other. The room also had a dining room and microwave (if I'm not wrong, a fridge as well). The best point of this hotel is if you are visiting Seattle for an event at KeyArena. My broth... Read more
from West Richland, Washington
Submitted on 11-09-2016
some what hard to find parking is poor. valet parking is only way to go. the hotel furnishings are wonderful. my fiancé loved the room, it is like an apartment. very quaint. bed was great. room was very clean. the tin lizzie was very interesting. Dave, the bartender was a fountain of information. great bartender I wish we had been able to stay longer!
from Menlo Park
Submitted on 12-09-2016
I would have rated my stay more highly, but... I made the mistake of asking the bartender whether the hotel was haunted (it looks like the hotel from the shining). He told me to google it, and after a brief search at 11pm I found two articles about it being haunted, and my specific room (304) being haunted. I did not have the two best nights of sleep, but alas did not have any supernatural (or tequila induced?) sightings... Nonetheless, it would have been nice to be forewarned. And the woman... Read more
from Magnolia, Texas
Submitted on 14-09-2016
If you are looking for a place that isn't a chain with good facilities this is your place. The beauty of the downstairs makes you look for your butler to come meet you. The sweeping staircase is beautiful and there are fresh flowers on all the floors.
from Spring Hill, Florida
Submitted on 14-09-2016
The rooms are big with a room with a microwave, refrigerator and sink and eating area. Another little seating area off of the bedroom. The tub was original with lots of rust, the shelf in the bathroom was slanted so everything slid off of it. Wooden floors that need to be refinished. I felt I was in my first apartment in 1964....kitchen area was identical. Most of all....we were on the 3rd floor and there is no elevator. The hotel could be 5 star with renovations which include an elevator.... Read more
from South Bend, Indiana
Submitted on 14-09-2016
This is a historic building, beautiful old woodwork, staircase. Kind of funky. Nice to not always stay in a chain hotel. Staff extremely helpful. Continental breakfast left something to be desired. Excellent location; walking distance to Chihuily, Space Needle. Awesome coffee shop and restaurant in the block.
from Pagosa Springs, CO
Submitted on 16-09-2016
They at least could have updated the bathrooms or downgraded the 3.5 star rating. Great location and great restaurant across the street and a historic feel, but the bathrooms in the room were pretty ancient.
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-09-2016
The room was huge and comfortable and lovely. Very clean. The location of the hotel is in a great area with lots of lovely restaurants and bars within a short walk and the needle just a. 10 min walk away.
from Foster City, California
Submitted on 20-09-2016
We stayed in this historic building that is charming beyond our expectation yet provides modern comforts. All staff are very helpful and nice. The breakfast although is simple but is just enough to start the day. Will book again if return to Seattle.
from Hemet, California
Submitted on 20-09-2016
What a wonderful experience. Staff and the accommodations were excellent. Centrally located for easy walking distance to the Space Needle and all the attractions of Seattle. I had some special requests and the staff and manager were very helpful. I will stay again the next time I come and visit Seattle.
from Fullerton, California
Submitted on 21-09-2016
We loved the historic vibe and the contrast it had with lots of things "modern" in Seattle. Walkable to the Space Needle, Underground, Pike's Market, and the pier. We had a great Suite. Nice staff. We also loved the hotel's lounge/restaurant, with cool semi-private places, and both restaurants across the street were favorites.
from Calgary, Canada
Submitted on 22-09-2016
We loved this hotel. It has so much character but it is not rundown, unlike some other "historic" hotels we have visited. The rooms are spacious and interesting, and the breakfast spot is charming. You just pick a little nook or cranny and your continental breakfast is brought to you. The location is fabulous. You can walk to many attractions or catch the monorail downtown. We only used our car once in our five days there. We also ate in many of the restaurants around the hotel and had several ... Read more
from Spokane Valley, Washington
Submitted on 25-09-2016
The room was filthy. Dust and dirt in ceiling vents, dust and dirt in bathroom. Towel bar falling off of wall, shower curtain dirty, area rug in main sleeping area was stained and disgusting. Sheets had holes in them. There was a bug on the robes. Plastic cups for use, not even glass.
from Cremona, Canada
Submitted on 25-09-2016
Great place to stay if you are not too fussy and enjoy the atmosphere an old nostalgic building can give you. Clean and well maintained and staff is fantastic. A step back in time. There are some great little tappas establishments close by and transit is close as well.
from Olympia, Washington
Submitted on 26-09-2016
Take a walk back through time, in a place that will make you feel as though you were born 100 years ago. The MarQueen Hotel is a breath of history; on every wall, there is a picture that will take you back a century into the past. Each step, you take you feel as though you are walking in a nostalgic essence of beautify left behind over the ages. Great place for couples to canoodle their love and romance. The room comes with: three wines to choose from, a kitchen with a full fridge, wine glasses... Read more
from Plantation
Submitted on 27-09-2016
Nice hotel with friendly personnel and lounge surrounded by many restaurants and stores.Easily catch public transpotation, cab or Uber. Not too far from the Sea-Tac Airport. Nice view of the "Needle".
from Poulsbo, Washington
Submitted on 28-09-2016
The room had a lot of potential. The setup was good and the kitchen was very nice to have. But the bed was squeaky and uncomfortable. And they blocked any kind if streaming on the internet which is sup rising at such a high price point.
from North Vancouver
Submitted on 28-09-2016
GREAT STAFF. Bathroom needs updating and a deep cleaning . Everyone is there to make your stay the best it can be. Location is perfect. Breakfast is good but very light. Tv needs more sport related channels. Big Seahawks fans.
from Seattle, Washington
Submitted on 29-09-2016
Stayed the night. Went to Teatros Zinzanni. Staff was exceptional, especially the lady at the front desk.Location was great. What a building such old charm, wife loved the staircase. Room was beyond what we expected. Will definitely be back!
from British Columbia, Canada
Submitted on 30-09-2016
We enjoyed the feeling of an era gone by. The friendly staff, and the touch of a doorman added to the enjoyable stay. If you want to have a small feeling of what it was like in a different era. This is a terrific place. The location is great for people departing on a cruise. Around $10.00 taxi fare to pier. The neighborhood is also older so not so appealing. However, after going for a walk, quite nice. Big grocery, with snacks and light dinner food available. Lots of restaurants to choose from.
from Los Angeles, California
Submitted on 30-09-2016
This hotel is in a great location in Queen Anne, next to a ton of restaurants and nightlife. The hotel offers an incredible sense of history as the building itself is over 100 years old. The staff are all great and extremely helpful, courteous and kind. Keep in mind, the 100 years does show, but if you appreciate rustic history, this is the place for you.
from Tempe, Arizona
Submitted on 01-10-2016
Front desk is not friendly at all and when you spend your entire time at the hospital due to a family emergency you appreciate a kind welcome. Room was great but hotel provided no dresser or place to unpack your suitcases. I don't like living out of my suitcase, this is really important for me to help keep organized.
from
Submitted on 05-10-2016
I was booked here through my work, trying to save some money. It was really uncomfortable feeling - the pipes on the outside of the walls, the only clothing storage was in a closet shared with the furnace, and the moldy and old shower (I wore my flats while showering)...ugh. The service, though, was great...very polite and helpful.
from La Habra
Submitted on 12-10-2016
The room was very large, had a kitchen and sitting area. Our room was clean and the bed was very comfortable. Location was great, everything was walking distance, we didn't even need the rental car. I would stay here again
from Oceanside, California
Submitted on 12-10-2016
The hotel is pretty old and it shows. The bathrooms need renovation, the coffee makers are falling apart, the floor is squeaking and the door knobs do not work. You can't open the windows and the air conditioning system is so loud, you will wake up at night.
from Oxnard
Submitted on 12-10-2016
The location was the best part of the hotel. Close to everything, attractions, restaurants.. walking distance to everything.. no need for a vehicle, plus parking is way too expensive. Save your money.
from Kelowna
Submitted on 12-10-2016
We booked this hotel a very long time ago, as we were headed to a concert at the Key Arena. This place is amazing! Just a short walk to Key Arena and Mercer Hall, and surrounded by great amenities! The room was HUGE and fabulous, had a nice kitchenette, and free wifi. The staff were super friendly, and we were so surprised to have a free breakfast in the morning. We will definitely be back!
from Austin, Texas
Submitted on 13-10-2016
Older hotel surrounded by amazing restaurants and only a few blocks to Space Needle a and monorail to downtown. Our room was more like a small apartment with kitchen and sitting room. Will definitely stay here again.
from Mountain View, California
Submitted on 14-10-2016
Overall great experience. 1. As Expedia +VIP, we got the free valet and free upgrade, which is a huge bonus. 2. very clean and quite throughout 3. they delivery ice to room and no hussel to make on your own 4. decent quality breakfast. 5. antique style decoration throughout 6. it's a prewar building and you will expect to see something old. But everything functions pretty well and my family has no problem with that at all. 7. Definitely great location. Walking distance to Space needle. Lots of... Read more
from Spokane, Washington
Submitted on 15-10-2016
Even before I checked in, the staff of the MarQueen Hotel was overwhelmingly helpful in every way. I have a bad knee, so when I called they happily gave me a ground floor room with a soaking tub. When my room service menu was missing, they brought me on in three minutes. They helped with my luggage, they were friendly and warm. They even ordered me a cab when I checked out. The Thin Lizzie bar and grill on site is beautiful and the SPACIOUS rooms are more like studio apartments than hotel r... Read more
from
Submitted on 16-10-2016
Lovely, refurbished old hotel. Large room with hardwood floors. Very clean, comfy and cozy. Serviceable kitchenette. Unbelievably quiet. Great location with many dining options. Fantastic, attentive staff.
from San Diego, California
Submitted on 16-10-2016
Great hotel with great staff and old world ambiance in the heart of vibrant uptown community. Located close to Seattle attractions. Close enough to walk. Will stay there again. Parking was a bit pricey especially since we walked everywhere while we were there.
from Watertown
Submitted on 17-10-2016
Got a very good deal and was impressed by the quality of the services. Complimentary BF is simple and very good quality... Staff is helpful and always smiling. Room was huge, with a kitchen and even if bathroom was old, it was working fine and very clean... beds are comfortable and it was very quiet.
from Taft, California
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Super friendly staff with a great location. The Valet was a little expensive for a paying guest but do to the weather ended up being well worth the price. If you don't mind a third story walk-up, try to stay on the top floor. The view of the Space Needle in the early morning was super cool.
from Portland, Oregon
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Great hotel and fun history of the building and the Tin Lizzy. Be warned that if you drive a pickup, the valet parking will not work for you. Nor will it if you drive anything large (F150 as an example).
from Danville
Submitted on 19-10-2016
Century old hotel. The hotel is so charming! I loved the spacious rooms and the excellent service! Loved having a view of the Space Needle from my room. No elevator so you should be in reasonable shape to climb the stairs or get a room on the first floor.
from Chicago, Illinois
Submitted on 02-11-2016
Staff and accommodations were excellent at the MarQueen Hotel. Fast and friendly staff, complimentary weekly newspaper, access to a kitchen, you cannot beat the value and the comfort you will receive from this hotel.
from Singapore, Singapore
Submitted on 02-11-2016
I stayed 2 nights here with my friend in July 2016. For the price, the location is great and the rooms are very spacious. Our room had a King bed, a sofa bed and a kitchenette. The staff are courteous and helpful. CONS - There is no elevator and our room was on the third floor. Furnishings are dated and are in need of a makeover.
from Richland
Submitted on 02-11-2016
Spent a weekend in Seattle to attend a conference and some plays. We do this several times a year and usually choose the Marqueen because of its location, ambiance, and price. The service is always courteous, prompt, and helpful. The rooms are clean, but have character rather than seeming bland and antiseptic. The price seems to be creeping up a bit, but that's hardly surprising given the location and the quality of stay. We'll be back.
from Helensvale
Submitted on 02-11-2016
We stayed overnight before embarking on a cruise ship. It is a short walk to the Space Needle and a cheap ride to the port. There is a great range of pubs and restaurants close by. The room was large and everything you needed at a value price. Staff were helpful
from Ramsey, New Jersey
Submitted on 04-11-2016
If you're looking for chrome and glitz, stay away. If you want a large, comfortable room with real furniture, in a small hotel, an accommodating and friendly staff, a quiet, cozy lounge for a drink at night try the MarQueen. The building has a great history too.
from Las Vegas, Nevada, United States
Submitted on 04-11-2016
Quaint hotel near the Space Needle, restaurants and shops. A 24 hour market was nearby so that allowed you to stock your kitchenette in the room. Room has full fridge, microwave and sink with all utensils. Free continental breakfast every day.
from Los Angeles
Submitted on 04-11-2016
This is not your typical chain hotel. It may or may not be right for you. In my case, it was close, but I don't think I'll return. The good: Older hotel in the great Queen Anne neighborhood. Rooms have kitchens, although not all kitchens are outfitted equally, yours may not have a stove, for example. There's a great gourmet grocery store 2 blocks away. The housekeepers make a bed like no one's business. The bar has a limited, but decent quality continental breakfast plate of bagel, f... Read more
from SeaTac, Washington
Submitted on 07-11-2016
Very old. Not boutique, just dated. Rooms were huge, but floors were very old and squeaky. Shower was not great. I had higher expectations and most likely will not be back. The bar in the hotel also had poor service. Sat fir ten minutes and were never served by the two bartenders sitting behind the bar solving all the worlds problems.
from Bend, Oregon
Submitted on 07-11-2016
The Mar Queen lives on the edge of "historical/ elegance" and "old but renovated"... they survive and I had a very satisfactory stay. Loved the kitchenette, the huge closet, and the historical vibe was fun.
from Gilbert, Arizona
Submitted on 10-11-2016
Overall I would have given this hotel 5 stars - had it not been for the price of parking. $37 a night - OUCH!!! It's a great location with or without a vehicle. We did ORCA transportation to get around town. The buses come often and stop all over downtown. Staff at hotel are awesome!! Very friendly and helpful. Please note there is public parking around which is much cheaper. You will have to walk a few blocks but worth it. Lots of restaurants to eat at. Right across the street was the ... Read more
from Klagenfurt, Austria
Submitted on 11-11-2016
First of all, this Hotel has definitely not four stars. It is really old, which gives a special atmosphere which I personally like. Therefore I would give fours points for the atmosphere. For the rooms I would give only two points. They are really huge, but that is the only good thing. The bathroom is really disgusting and old and needs to be renovated. You cannot open the windows and therefore you have a strange smell in your room all the time.
from Seattle, Washington
Submitted on 11-11-2016
We throughly enjoyed ourselves. The word came to mind when we were there was "quaint". Perfect place for a mini vacation. The staff were great especially the doormen! They were amazingly helpful. Definitely will be back.
from Victoria, British Columbia
Submitted on 11-11-2016
The MarQueen offers strong value in the rather over-priced Seattle accommodation market. The rooms are very large, albeit a bit traditional in decor for my preference. Tha being said, they are clean, comfortable and well appointed. The area of Queen Anne is excellent for dining and is within easy walking distance of Seattle Center (EMP, Space Needle etc.). Try the incredible Le Petite Toulouse (Creole) right across the street. Fantastic!
from Yakima, Washington
Submitted on 12-11-2016
Older hotel that needs some serious updating. Old doesn't need to be neglected. Has potential but needs lots of care. You need to repair all tge hokes in walls and cracked plaster on ceilings and water damaged ceilings.
from Queanbeyan
Submitted on 13-11-2016
The staff and room were both loverly. Period character of the room and facilities was very nice. Rooms were very large and homely. Unfortunately breakfast did not start until 8am. As a business traveller this is far too late.
from San Diego
Submitted on 14-11-2016
The staff were gracious and helpful. Our school trip (14 high school students) checked in at 11:00pm the night of our arrival, and they were prompt and helpful with checking us in (needless to say we were all tired). Our students loved that there were kitchenettes in-room. They were excited to get microwave popcorn from the CVC across the street and retire to their rooms after a long day of sight seeing to watch TV with a snack.
from Federal Way, Washington
Submitted on 16-11-2016
Visiting my daughter and son-in-law, this was an excellent location to Ride The Ducks, EMP, Pacific Science Center, Space Needle and Chihuly. Room was ready and waiting. Front desk was helpful and friendly.
from Phoenix, Arizona
Submitted on 16-11-2016
My brother and my friend stayed at this place for one night... it was a priceline name your price deal, so I didn't choose it. It is a very eclectic, Venetian style old place.... It was clean, but the whole place just smelled old and musty. No parking, we had to do valet or self park on the street somewhere. Staff was very friendly, but the building itself is just old. Not really my style. If you like that sort of thing - then this is the place for you.
from Dewey, Arizona
Submitted on 18-11-2016
We were quite pleased with our stay at the MarQueen. . Our son's girlfriend recommended the hotel and we are glad she did! The front desk staff was very helpful, the restaurant adjacent to the hotel was great for happy hour and the room was clean and quiet, even though it was a fairly busy street. I will be recommending the MarQueen to those traveling to Seattle.
from Seattle, Washington
Submitted on 18-11-2016
The hotel service was Top Notch and couldn't have been ANY better ... The service in the lounge was the WORST I have ever had in my life. Utilize the Hotel, but dine and imbibe across the street and around the corner. I rate the Hotel service as EXCELLENT and the Lounge as TERRIBLE.
from Washington DC, District of Columbia
Submitted on 19-11-2016
Recently, I stayed at the MarQueen for a few nights. And I did not find any luxury to it. Yes, one can appreciate the old charm of the hotel, but the bed and bedding felt terrible (old and uncomfortable, if you will). Plus, the room had a old smelling funk. The floors were all hard wood, so I'm only assuming the people below could here every creaking step. There is no an elevator in the hotel, so you will need help carrying the luggage up a few flights (or find help from the bellman). There was ... Read more
from San Francisco, California
Submitted on 21-11-2016
Staying at the MarQueen Hotel has been a wonderful experience. The staff was very friendly and helpful. The room was clean and quaint decor was charming which added to the whole experience. Although vintage, the room does have a modern TV and air conditioning. I was surprised by the little kitchenette complete with a dining nook, plates and utensils. The bathroom was very clean and had hot water. The location is also ideal, with a supermarket and restaurants within walking distance. I would high... Read more
from Kent, Washington
Submitted on 23-11-2016
The time spent here was great! The staff as a whole is so friendly! The food is great! That night Cook does a pretty good job with his plating and the quality of the meals 10 ???! The doormen very informative about area.
from Dallas, Texas
Submitted on 23-11-2016
Creaky wooden floors, a sitting room off of the bedroom, and an attentive staff make me feel like I'm staying at the family's manor instead of a hotel in a major city. The bed was extremely comfortable, and the hotel was fairly quiet, so I slept very well. I found it interesting that there was no menu for breakfast - they just bring you a dish of yogurt and a bagel, but it was perfect, particularly the honey on the yogurt. The staff is helpful but not intrusive. I'm definitely staying here... Read more
from Etobicoke
Submitted on 24-11-2016
A well-priced, well-run, old-fashioned hotel that is now my go-to place to stay. Booking over the phone took 3 minutes, the check-in and check-out were quick, and the price was affordable. The beds were clean and comfortable, the room was very spacious, and the washroom was clean and fresh. The atmosphere is fantastic from the lobby, to the room, to the café (Tin Lizzy). The food at the café was amazing; I highly recommend going there for lunch. I had the crab cake and the squash soup.
from Agassiz, Canada
Submitted on 24-11-2016
Been here before and liked it so much that we came back and will for sure come back again.It's an older hotel but with alot of character. This time we explored a little more around the are and there are so many different eateries and places to walk to. Staff was very friendly and helpful.
from Boise, Idaho
Submitted on 28-11-2016
My wife and I spent 4 days here to celebrate our 35th anniversary, and loved the property. The room was spacious and had sitting area as well as a kitchenette/eating area with full-sized fridge. The King bed was very comfortable, and had plenty of pillows. We loved the combo of old-timey look and modern comfort. Location of the site is a short walk (10 minutes) from the Seattle Center/Key Arena. A monorail there gets you to downtown quickly, 3 blocks from Pike Market (though we walked to Pike M... Read more
from Robinson, Illinois
Submitted on 30-11-2016
A great location and friendly staff. This is an old building but I loved the atmosphere. There is no elevator so the stairs may be a problem .I enjoyed the breakfast in the Tin Lizzie lounge. I will stay here again!
from Bellingham, Washington
Submitted on 30-11-2016
wonderful historic hotel. Avoid using the sofa bed which was ancient and awful. The king bed was wonderful. We had plumbing leaks in bathtub that were more than just drips - wasted water and hot water from faucet hurt on feet while in shower. Like having a kitchen and wonderful grocery store nearby.
from Eastsound, Washington
Submitted on 01-12-2016
As someone in the industry, I pay attention to all the little details as they come together to provide an overall experience. The Marqueen staff aced it the whole way. Without having a glitzy, glamorous sheen of new construction and modern design to hide behind, the staff carried the experience with their genuine and efficient hospitality. Well done, all!
from Yakima, Washington
Submitted on 01-12-2016
I had a good stay, everyone was friendly and helpful. I like the atmosphere of the building, feels like you get a little peace of history when you stay. I would have no problems staying here again and telling others about the Marqueen.
from Little Rock, Arkansas
Submitted on 02-12-2016
Loved staying at Marqueen! Easy access to Queen Anne upper and lower, bus stops, restaurants etc Also loved hotel Tin Lizzie lounge! Continental breakfast is same every day so would have enjoyed some variety included in complementary breakfast!
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