Im The Edgewater - A Noble House Hotel wohnen Sie zentral in Seattle, wenige Minuten von Kreuzfahrtterminal Bell Street Pier 66 und Olympic Sculpture Park entfernt. Dieses Hotel mit 4 Sternen befindet sich in der Nähe von: Pike Place Market und Space Needle.
Fühlen Sie sich in einem der 223 klimatisierten Zimmer, die über Kamine verfügen, wie zu Hause. Premium-TV-Sender und iPod-Dockingstation garantieren gute Unterhaltung und auch ein WLAN-Internetzugang (gegen Gebühr) ist vorhanden. Zur Austattung gehören Schreibtische und kostenlose Zeitungen; die Zimmer werden täglich sauber gemacht.
Freizeit, Wellness, Premium-Annehmlichkeiten
Für Ihre Freizeit stehen Fitnessmöglichkeiten, WLAN-Internetzugang (gegen Gebühr) und Concierge-Service zur Verfügung. Souvenirladen/Kiosk, Einkaufsmöglichkeiten und Hochzeitsservice stehen ebenfalls zur Verfügung. Der kostenfreie Shuttle bringt Sie in einen Umkreis von 3 mi.
Dieses Hotel bietet ein ein Restaurant, aber auch Zimmerservice (bitte Zeiten beachten) wird angeboten. Ihren Durst können Sie an der Bar/Lounge stillen.
Business, weitere Annehmlichkeiten
Zum Angebot für Geschäftsreisende gehören Businesscenter, Limousinenservice und Express-Check-in. Für Veranstaltungen beherbergt dieses Hotel 10 Tagungsräume. Vor Ort gibt es Folgendes: Parken ohne Service (kostenpflichtig).
As tourists, the location was ideal and right in the middle of a ton of sites and restaurants. The decor and view were incredible as well, and I highly recommend cocktail hour in the gorgeous bar. We had dinner and breakfast at the restaurant and both were incredible. Would absolutely recommend this to friends, and wouldn't hesitate to stay here again.
The only complaint I have is that we had issues with our fireplace, and while I'm sure 98% of it was user error we also kept getting conflicting information on how to make it work from various hotel staff. We must have asked for instructions on how to turn it on and off four different times and were told four different instructions on how to operate it.
The location and the lobby guest lounge.
The lack of parking forces you to use the valet at $41/day. A hotel of this prestige should offer a continental breakfast and free coffee in the dinning area. I've stayed at many hotels in this price range that do offer it and parking for guests is free. Definitely paying for the location and name.
Located right on the waterfront. Beautiful common rooms and restaurant to look over the water and watch the sunsets.
Nice waterfront location & lounge area.
A bit dingy & a little shabby. Expensive waterfront room partly obscured by equipment, and staff not helpful w.r.t. finding alternative room. Bar is very loud but nice location & lively.
Thermostat and fireplace did not work. Shower splashed water out in bathroom.
the Staff were So friendly & helpful..and Everyone was always Smiling! Décor was Just what I love...I call it "Rustic Elegance"...food was Very good. My room on the water was perfect and could have sat by my window on the water for Hours. Great location since I had the choice of walking to many things or take your shuttle. Will come again!!
Too bad there isn't an "Upper Deck" or terrace on top where people could sit maybe half indoors/half out, to take in the views.
Bed and pillows were not comfortable
The location is excellent. Our window opened over the water, literally. Built on a pier so the ocean was literally under our room. Cruise ships docked right out our window. The shuttle service was excellent although we only used it once to get to dinner then walked back so can't speak of the return service.
Forced valet parking fee of $41 a night. Adds up pretty quickly. We stayed in a double/double room (no queens???, come on Edgewater) because the only king room available was over the bar which we were warned would have a band playing until midnight. So, my wife and I ended up sleeping in separate beds. Two adults in a double? Love her dearly but we both appreciate a little space when we are sleeping. We were unaware that the only heat source in the room was the fireplace. It was 90+ degrees so we didn't think about it during the day. Of course it kicked on in the middle when the temperature dropped. Didn't bother me much but it did bother my wife who was roasting since her bed was next to the fireplace. Don't get me wrong, the fireplace is a beautiful touch but would have appreciated a bit of warning about it automatically coming on during the night. Seemed a bit strange that the fireplaces in the common areas were lit even though it was record hot days the whole time we were there. I guess that should have been a clue. The shower head was held on with masking tape. Yes, masking tape. There were water stains on the ceilings. It would seem to me that a bit of paint and a new shower head in a room that costs $500 a night would not be an unreasonable expense for maintenance. Heck, use my parking fee for the weekend, that should cover it.
We stayed just prior to a cruise to Alaska. Location was great - relatively close to our ship yet, for us, walking distance to downtown. Located literally over the water, the views were great, staff always friendly and helpful, food - breakfast and dinner - was outstanding. Rustic themed décor made it anything but a cookie-cutter hotel. Guest Services department very helpful with suggestions even before we arrived All in all, the Edgewater helped get our vacation off to a wonderful start.
The hotel opened in 1962 and while clearly well maintained, there are spots where it shows its age.
Well appointed hotel room with cozy fireplace
The decor was lodge inspired. The cocktails were great. The staff was sooooo friendly. The view perfect and the fireplace in the room was exactly what I needed after a camp trip.
The stay was great....perfect location for touring downtown. The beds and room were very comfortable. I read complaints about the train noise, but our room faced the trains and didn't hear one of them. Also heard that parking was pricey, but I thought it was fair for downtown Seattle with in and out privileges. I would definitely stay here again!
Location on the water was breathtaking. It was within a very short walk to the Aquarium, Big Wheel and Pikes Market Place. A short shuttle ride (provided free) to all other downtown attractions. Downtown pier atmosphere felt very safe. The room was beautiful (ours was a standard King with view of the sound). Literally could look straight down to the water out the window as the hotel is built on a pier. Stone walk- in shower and Princess Claw Foot tub in the bathroom. Fireplace was cozy. Bed was medium firm and comfy. Would be great for a Romantic getaway.
Unexpected fees!!! The parking lot is solely for valet ( only other parking is a parking garage across the street and down a bit, it would be a trek if you weren't parked on the bottom). Valet parking for us was an additional $ 41 per night. They messed up our reservations and put my 17 year old daughter and I in a room with one Queen bed. We had to upgrade to a king (only other room available) $ 40 per night upgrade. Restaurant had good food but we had to pay 5 star prices for 4 star (at best) food ($ 48 for a New York Steak). I had the Cedar Plank Salmon, $38 for an 8 oz. piece. It was mushy and the side was small. Breakfast was better and a little more reasonable. No pool or jaccuzzi on premises. With all the extra fees and the taxes on the fees our two night stay ended up costing close to what a three night stay would have been. I got the feeling that they were squeezing me for more money a lot.