620 Stewart St, Seattle, WA 98101
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The room rates listed are double occupancy per room unless otherwise stated and exclude tax recovery charges and service fees.
The Most Artistic of All the Downtown Seattle Hotels.
Price Range : Average
Check-In Time: 4 PM
Check-Out Time: noon
Property Amenities: Multilingual staff, Elevator/lift, Safe-deposit box at front desk, Fireplace in lobby, Bar/lounge, 24-hour front desk, Restaurant, Meeting rooms, Limo or Town Car service available, Concierge services, 24-hour fitness facilities, Tours/ticket assistance, Luggage storage, Dry cleaning/laundry service
Room Amenities: Daily housekeeping, iPod docking station, Phone, Hair dryer, Pay movies, Premium bedding, Air conditioning, Designer toiletries, Refrigerator, Hypo-allergenic bedding available, Flat-panel TV, Bathrobes, Egyptian-cotton sheets, Pillow menu, Pillowtop mattress, Iron/ironing board, Cable TV service, Desk, Minibar, In-room safe (laptop compatible), Coffee/tea maker, Premium TV channels
Pets Allowed: Yes
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07/09/2010Provided by Citysearch -
My husband and I stayed here as we were preparing to move up to Seattle and I would highly recommend it for business and leisure travelers alike. The location is great?easy walk to downtown shopping, Belltown dining and even Capitol Hill if you don?t mind a short climb.
Hotel Max is in an older building and rooms are small but efficient. However the rooms and lobby feel chic and modern. All the little amenities I want in a hotel?free wifi, a small but useful fitness center?are here, along with some fun amenities like a menu of different pillows.
03/26/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Wow, is this hotel hip and trendy! The lobby has super hip couches that are way comfy and ultra modern. Each floor has a different name, and on every single door you have a different piece of art done in black & white photography. So your door may have the famous Elephant car wash on it, it might have some people rockin out on it, or maybe even naked manequins. So this means when you are coming home late, you will not mix up room 503 with room 504 because you will recognize your art piece on the door.
The inside of the room is just as hip as the outside. Fabulous decor with more art work. The bathrooms are super cute. The rooms do seem quite small & squishy, but other than that, nice. You can choose what kind of bible you want (Mormon, Scientology, etc) and you can choose your pillow (hard, soft, etc). I wonder if you could order one pillow of each? Now that would be cool. To be able to try out all the pillows & see which is the best.
03/24/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Swanky hotel centrally located in downtown seattle attached to the asian restuarant/bar Red Fin is a great place to stay if you need a place to crash after a night out in seattle or possibly to recommend to out of town guests. The hotel is fabulously decorated with pictures of the seattle grunge scene and old seattle signs. The rooms are nice with windows overlooking seattle. One of the best things about this hotel is rather than just getting a regular old bible you get your choice of religous literature and the list is quite impressive. You also get your choice of pillow preferance and can chose from a varity of options in this area as well. Definetely a lot more fun than you regular boring seattle chain hotel.
01/16/2010Provided by Citysearch -
I booked my room for the tail end of a business trip as I was arriving in town late and had to be back downtown again the next morning. I knew I'd just want to be comfy and get some sleep instead of driving back and forth.
The whole day traveling all I could think about was getting checked in and getting into a robe and climbing into bed. Getting to the hotel was a breeze from the airport, the location is amazing and the 24 hour valet parking was such a bonus with a late arrival. I was in my room within 40 minutes of the plane landing!
The overall decor of the hotel is very funky and chic. I love the graphics on the room doors and the original artwork in the rooms is really amazing and a lovely touch. I was pleasantly surprised by the calming mid-tone gray paint color in the room, gave a very cozy feel.
The bed, linens and pillows are wonderful but the best part was the robe. Holy comfortable batman! It is light weight with a super soft fine terry cloth lining. I may have to take one home with me!
Bonus: Twitter folks will be pleasantly surprised at their special discounted rate and complimentary wifi.
11/28/2008Provided by Citysearch -
Well after reading reviews of this hotel, good and bad, I decided it sounded like it was worth a try, and it was. The beds were great, plush and comfortable. The rooms were a bit small, but I highly doubt it's true that people ""could barely move"" since I happen to be a bigger guy myself and was fine. Parking is expensive everywhere in Seattle and I found the valet here to be much more convenient for a slight price increase. Other than that, hotel staff was friendly and helpful, ambiance was fun, sushi was great at the restaurant, and almost everything in Seattle was in walking distance.
07/07/2008Provided by Citysearch -
This downtown hotel definitely has an edge, especially in decor. Similar to boutique upscale modernist hotels in every major city, Hotel Max is unique in the friendly staff department. I've found from multiple stays that they seem to really care about the customer and our needs. Specifically, I've spent significant time in their sparse business center, and have never felt like I was taking advantage.
Most of the staff is young, good-looking and knowledgeable about local points of interest. The rooms are nothing special, but offer great vantage points and the location offers the opportunity to walk everywhere of interest downtown.
03/01/2008Provided by Citysearch -
It took me two years to go back to the Hotel Max but I decided to get over my issues and try again. I spend a lot of time traveling and a lot of time in Seattle so I need to find decent hotels often. I should have stuck with my policy......Upon discovering that my car had been scratched by the valet (after I left) I called the hotel. (check out the garage they put your car in some time....). They indicated that they would check out the camera in the garage to try to figure out what happened. After four days and multiple calls on my end to check on what was happening I was informed that the tape from the garage had been ""contaminated"" and they couldn't check on what had happened therefore they were absolving themselves of all responsibility. In a day and age where I frequently wonder what happened to ""the customer is occassionally right"" as I've given up on decent customer service anymore - the Hotel Max confirms that some corporations don't care what the customer feels like after they have signed the credit card slip.
Funny enough....Guess what kept me away for two years? I just sold that car and got a new one...... I certainly won't drop my Hotel Max ban this time. I'll also keep it in mind if any of their other hotels cross my path...Hotel Lucia in Portland, Hotel Deluxe in Portland.
Please stand up with me and don't patronize businesses who don't care about their customers!
02/15/2008Provided by Citysearch -
The front desk and the staff looked and acted like they were on loan from a fast food chain. The hall ways reminded me of being back in college dorms. No one bothered to inform me that I was not getting the non-smoking I had asked for. Go ahead and be edgy but don?t forget the fundamentals.
10/09/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I had been given a gift certificate for the Max, and was afraid of what I thought would be a closet with a bed (since the cirtificate was the basic class of room), but instead I had a PERFECT room for a night away! The size was larger than expected after reading previous reviews, the bed was absolutely the most cozy I have slept in, and even the bath robes were plush! I was on the 8th floor and had somewhat of a view (as much as can be expected in an older building in a modern city setting), and slept with my windows open with no interruption. I have to admit, after all the negative written by others I was afraid to stay. Now I think that just because they are used to the large lack-luster rooms of the national chains, that a room such as boutiques offer, one that is not absolutely cavernous is somehow shortchanging them. The amenities were high end, the furniture was very relaxing, the toiletries very nice quality, and the staff friendly- I honestly couldn't have asked for anything more. Even the art pieces in the room were unique, no prints. How often do you see this in a hotel?
Yes, the art can be a little racey, but that is the job of art is to make you see things in a way you normally wouldn't, to appreciate that which in another context my make you less apt to ponder, or even worse to take it for granted. Initially I was caught off-guard when I first walked in, but after one or two times of passing bye the ""noted"" picture next to the front desk I had to stop and look- it is a painting of such fine work that it looks like a photo. I am saddened that someone wouldn't stop to actually look at the work rather than the mere subject. I may not have it in my livingroom, but I can say that the art is of superior standard.
Thank you Max, you have given me hope that sometimes there is more than meets the eye!