Everyone at the Grove in West Seattle were very friendly and helpful. This Inn is very reasonable in price and Very convenient to downtown Seattle by way of the water taxi. the fee for the taxi was like 3.00 for each way and gives a phenomenal view of Seattle as you approach arrival. It drops you off right downtown and from that point you can easily see everything by foot or tram. The Grove has very nice rooms with nice decorations and mattresses. The breakfast has fresh fruit yogurts and all the other breakfast bar choices. The rooms are the size of the original hotel that was renovated by the ingenous people who thought of saving this site.So the rooms might be a bit small to some people but my family did not have a problem at all with room size. Besides you have so many things to do and see in Seattle that you will not be there except to sleep. And again the mattresses were very comfortable so you will get a great night's sleep so that you can get out and see more the next day.i will always stay here while visiting Seattle!!
14115 Aurora Ave NSeattle, WA 98133
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1006 Spring StSeattle, WA 98104
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206 Western Ave WSeattle, WA 98119
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1100 5th AveSeattle, WA 98101
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This is one the most amazing places I have stayed. Now it is not because of the luxury, but it is because of the team that works there. I never felt like anything other than family. We were stuck in Seattle when Hurricane Irma hit our area.. We had no idea how long we would be there and honestly what we were going home to. EVERYONE there made us feel wanted and actually said DO NOT WORRY you have a place here as long as you need it. Asked us everyday for an update, they were so warm and welcoming I almost hated to leave because of them. The rooms were really unique and again made you feel like you were home. They have everything you wanted and needed in your room. Their breakfast was simple but not basic. They took great care in making sure you got to eat like the locals do, from granola to fresh preserves even local cheese and even organic boiled eggs. I will go back JUST to stay there without any hesitation.
I would describe it as a "boutique motel". It is about 5 miles from downtown Seattle, and is much less expensive than the hotels downtown, and the parking is free. You can drive to Seattle or take the water taxi, which has a free shuttle stop in front of the motel to get you to the departure point. Our room was clean and had a microwave and mini fridge. The beds were very comfortable and the black out blinds worked well. Great continental breakfast, with fresh fruit, yogurt and cereal choices. Not enough on-site parking for guests if the place is full, as it was the night we stayed- beware if you are out late; you may have to park on the street and walk a bit. Great restaurants less than a mile away on California Street. Overall, very pleasant place to stay and the location and price make it a real value.
Not only is the price the best in town, but I rate their customer service higher than some 5 star hotels. It's conveniently located in Belltown and having Top Pot Coffee right next door was a life saver at 6am. The rooms are by no means huge but definitely not tiny. The building is a little run down but very very clean. Parking rocked. Security at night was great. Luckily I found my go to Motel in Seattle. For my fellow travelers, if you plan on spending your entire vacation in a hotel than maybe you need to have a 5 star, but if you'd rather spend your time soaking in the city with the extra change in your pocket that you saved, than this is probably the perfect place for you.
Our family of four spent three nights here, the first was the best sleep (maybe because we had just finished traveling for the last 20+ hours with very little sleep). The room was clean, although small. The bathroom was tiny. I could stand in the middle and touch all four walls with my arms outstretched. A continental breakfast was included ... a selection of cereals, hard boiled eggs, bananas, bagels, English muffins, small Danish and a selection of juices.The friendly staff, filling breakfast and quiet sleep made up for the lack of space.
The Grove struck me as a budget motel operated by a family determined to manage it exceptionally well. Picture the layout of a run-of-the-mill Super 8 or Motel 6, in the hands of people eager to run it like the Trump Tower. You get a free buffet, and it's a _better_ buffet, with several goodies not usually found in the free morning offerings at other hotels. You get a clean, quiet room, but it's a _better_ clean, quiet room. Someone put in some real care in choosing the furnishings.
We stayed one night when attending an event in West Seattle. Everything was very clean, and the staff most accommodating. The breakfast room (opened for us for a pre-event evening gathering), offered an ample Continental breakfast and a place for our group to gather before departing. We would stay at The Grove again.
I just completed a seminar here. I was on site for 3 days. The restaurant and room service are delicious. The meeting rooms were great for our function. The gym was amazing! all in all a convenient location for exploring downtown seattle as well. 5-6 blocks from pike's fish market if I remember correctly.
The first room was right beside an apartment building and people from the apartment can see directly in my room . Then I was moved to another room and found blood spots on the sheets and the throws at the end of the bed. Really old motel wouldn't recommend this place to anyone that's clean and likes nice things
Great location, older building but free parking was nice, no breakfast but top pot donuts is next door and wonderful. Walk anywhere in downtown without breaking a sweat. Tim and James are very friendly and helpful. Free wifi too and vending machines for snacks. Best deal downtown.