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I might have given this hotel a 3 had it not been for the incredible staff. I could write 5 pages about how they made us feel "special." Then why not a 5? This is a hotel built for Millenials. Room was so small you...More
I stayed at the MOXY in Downtown Seattle over the weekend and I had such a great experience. The front desk staff were always very helpful and so eager to help especially the young lady who checked us in Friday afternoon. The hotel itself is...More
Had a great stay at this great little hotel over the weekend! Awesome service from Vanessa and the rest of the staff! Cool decor, nice room ( a tad small) but great value in Downtown Seattle. Would definitely stay here again.
I didn't spend much time at the hotel, in at 2am, out at 8am, but the decor and vibe of the hotel was quirky, simple, modern, and intriguing. From the soft, cloth flannel wall 'paper', to the big foot artwork and pops of pink in...More
We drove from Vancouver. This was our first time in Seattle. Fun place to stay right off the highway. Great, cozy rooms with a very comfortable bed! The lobby has a Foosball table and other games so its nice to hangout down there. Staff were...More
Check-in is 3 p.m. per the hotel’s website. The “front desk” is staffed 24 hours a day, so if you’re arriving late it shouldn’t be a problem. The hotel website also advises that there is no shuttle service and suggests... More
Check-in is 3 p.m. per the hotel’s website. The “front desk” is staffed 24 hours a day, so if you’re arriving late it shouldn’t be a problem. The hotel website also advises that there is no shuttle service and suggests taking a cab (approximately $45).
To get to the Seattle Premium Outlets in Tulalip, you might look into Quick Shuttle. They pick up at the Downtown Holiday Inn.