We were there early March 2017. Matt at the front desk is awesome. So is the young woman that works with him and the guy that sorta looks exactly like him. Parking is very tight but I got it. I did hear some construction type stuff (at one point at 4am) but generally I didn't hear that much. The fresh baked cookies are great. The tiny store they have there is very convenient. You're in Seattle. You might need the $2 ponchos. Breakfast is great with decent variety and freshness. Large room for 3 people. The office has a safe. I loved the lobby. I watched a basketball game there while my family slept. They have a small workout room with skylights. Biggest fridge I ever had in a room. Great Indian food up the street. A liquor store up the street. They have a small business center with an old printer and two huge Macs. Great location in walking distance of Pike Place Market and the Sky Needle and the monorail. They let us keep our bags there for a long time the day we left and needed to get the plane. I think currently this place is a good deal due to the construction next door. Maybe get a room on the left side of the building to stay away from the construction. Also they have awesome dual shower heads and I found the same shower head and installed it at home.
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.
The new james moore food diner that opened at the moore hotel is absolutly amazing experiance. The best margarita ive ever had not only from a restaurant but anywhere at hands down best drink and best barroucca tacos. Tender meat spice to perfectiin complimemts to damian the chef
Ace hotel really help make our Seattle experience even better, very clean facilities and the breakfast serve until 12:00n really help our budget.
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.
This hotel is nice. Kind of trendy. Rooms are small, but the restaurant attached is very good and the staff is pretty helpful.
This is a must see attraction at least one time. It has a nice history lesson that you get to hear about when waiting in line as well. The most spectacular views.
Great location close to light rail station and Amtrak station, very clean and updated old hotel, friendly employees, large rooms, quiet despite being downtown, free, fast wi-fi
there is a guide in a room, 24/7 customer service and better accommodation than around. I wanna stay more but my business trip lasts only weeks. just 10 minutes away from Seatac Airport.
We stayed in 306 & 307 and they had bedbug , spiders and roaches the owner said there's nothing he can do about it even more when your sick you tell him that there's people doing drugs all around you and the smell of them come in your room .the owner zighn said he can't move them or kick them out cause they paid for that room he's only wanting the money he don't care what kind of people he lets come in