The Maxwell Hotel Seattle, Seattle, Washington

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The hotel is located within easy walking distance of the Space Needle, Monorail and Key Arena. It is also steps from the Seattle Opera, Pacific Northwest Ballet, Intiman Theater, Seattle Repertory Theater and Teatro Zinzanni. The hotel is brand new and offers a heated indoor pool, fitness room, complimentary guest laundry, free wired and wireless access throughout the hotel. Guests can also borrow one of the hotel bikes for city touring. This is a modern building with 5 stories. All guestrooms are tastefully appointed and have either one or two beds. Each room features a microwave oven, mini refrigerator, Kuerig pod coffee maker, 42 in flat panel TV with DVD player, Ipod docking station and a personal electronic safe and hair dryer. No restaurant on site but there are several restaurants within 4 blocks of the hotel. The lobby is large with a stunning inlaid pineapple tile mosaic on the floor in front of the front desk with a decor that blends bold colorful design elements with traces of traditional elegance. 2 km to the nearest fair site (wsctc), 27 kms to the airport (seattle), 3 km to the nearest station (amtrak), 8 kms to the airport (boeing field/king county international airport), Centrally located, Close to the beach.

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  1. Fran Mahoney (verified owner)

    Shadow of the Space Needle

    This wonderful hotel is spacious and close to all the action. We had a double queen size room which was hugggggeee and clean! It came with a microwave, fridge, water, popcorn, coffee & tea. Very hospitable staff and accommodations. My daughter loved the free afternoon muffins in the lobby and proximity to the Space Needle, EMP Museum and Seattle Science Center. We spent two whole days exploring the neighborhood before heading downtown to see all the waterfront sites e.g. The Aquarium, Ferry tours, Pike Place Market and downtown shopping.

    Tips for Families

    Get a Go Seattle Pass which saves you big bucks on all the local attractions. Use the monorail to get between downtown & Seattle Center.

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