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All reviewswater street hotelshared baththird floorfaced the streetoff seasonrooms are spaciouslarge windowsup stairsno elevatorin towncharming placemain partfront desk clerkwhale watchinggas fireplacehistoric buildingno air conditioning
For me the place is old and tired. A friend also staying there at the same time said you could call it a place with character. The ceilings are high, fifteen feet or so, the room is huge, the curtains are thin letting the light...More
I have to start by saying that the front desk lady (who never introduces herself by name, I think its Betsy or Bettythe one time she mentioned it) is one of the worst people i have ever encountered in this industry. She does not care...More
We had a big family group stay here in all types of rooms. The crown jewel was suite 15 - huge space with extra loft bed, fireplace, and a wonderful private deck with porch swing and a gorgeous view of the water. That room alone...More
We really enjoyed staying here. It's an old building so don't expect anything new. We had suite 5, which was really large and had a full kitchen. It had a very large balcony that overlooked the water. The night we stayed there was a live...More
Port Townsend is full of old Victorian houses and charm galore. Don't plan to spend the night if you need things new, spotless and modern. That said, the Waterstreet Hotel is in the midst of town. Staff is friendly and helpful. We had room 19...More
It most certainly is. The corner entrance went into the bar. The people who worked there could live in the rooms upstairs in trade for 10 hours of work a week. The Town Tavern is still very missed and fondly remembered.