|""Great friendly staff, great rooms,great location""||(in 121 reviews)|
|""Great location, friendly and helpful staff""||(in 136 reviews)|
|""Cordial staff, comfortable space, quiet.""||(in 100 reviews)|
|"Our room WAs uncharacteristicly dirty."||(in 76 reviews)|
|"Room service was terrible."||(in 19 reviews)|
|"wanted a hot tub!"||(in 11 reviews)|
|great location||in 345 reviews|
|nice room||in 316 reviews|
|room and the view||in 261 reviews|
|friendly staff||in 207 reviews|
|parking is expensive||in 105 reviews|
|room service||in 88 reviews|
|walking distance||in 85 reviews|
|beds were comfortable||in 69 reviews|
|pool was closed||in 63 reviews|
|one night||in 61 reviews|
|lobby area||in 38 reviews|
|mini bar||in 26 reviews|
|light rail||in 24 reviews|
|space needle||in 24 reviews|
|free wifi||in 19 reviews|
|hot tub||in 17 reviews|
|downtown seattle||in 11 reviews|
|relish||in 10 reviews|
|homeless people everywhere||in 8 reviews|
The bed, pillows and linens were great. The room was a good size and had a good atmosphere. The view and the location were also very nice. The lobby was clean and inviting.
The hallway gets noisy and I agree, when the hotel is empty it would be nice to not have neighbors especially when the pipes are so loud.
One of the elevators wasn’t working so it was a 15 min wait to get downstairs. It was also a 15 minute wait to get checked in because there were only 2 people working at the desk. Not what I would expect from a Westin
Room, view, excellent staff and service
More resturants, better gym, esp. for the money, I can get Airfare and sleep @ the Bellagio for the same amount for one night @ the Westin. I know its Las Vegas, but make the experince a little better
Located downtown, Westin Seattle is a short walk to the Pike Place Market and less than 2 blocks to the Monorail station where you can hop on for a 2 min ride to the Seattle Center (Space Needle). The hotel concierge was very helpful in our 2 day city exploration. There are many restaurants within a 2 block radius. You are supplied 2 free bottles of drinking water daily.
Food is a bit more expensive and breakfast buffet has limited choices.
Room was very clean, spacious, beautiful view and super comfortable. The location was perfect as we walked everywhere. The staff were very friendly and helpful.
Didn't like the fact that parking was not included in the price, you had to pay $48 per day. So we decided not to rent a car, and just use Uber which ended saving us money.
Disappointing Guest Experience
Traveling on business and the Westin Seattle was our conference hotel with a good location. Everything was going great until the checkout experience. Too bad this was my lasting impression. The property is am expensive standard business hotel that could be luxury with am upscale change in cistomer experience
This is an expensive standard hotel. There is nothing plush or above the standard to warrant a non conference rate of $400 a night. The Concierge person, Louise, is rude and has an attitude. I asked a simple question about the location of the bell stand and in a very rude manner she replied, "it's at the luggage assistace desk and gestured behind me. When I told her clearly I hadn't seen it, she double downed and said, "that"s what they're there for!" in a condescending tone. The other guests were made uncomfortable to witness her poor and substandard customer service. I am also sending correspondence to hq.
Always great service
King size bed, super comfy!
Hotel parking is to expensive
Decent. Better if pool was open and check in was faster.
Very comfortable bed and pillows, clean room. Liked the circular towers and proximity to the waterfront and Seattle Center.
No useable fridge in room - had to request an extra since the one in the room was full of over priced mini bar items. Slow check in, pool was closed for remodeling.
Great downtown location
Close to monorail
The staff was very friendly and easy to talk to. The valet men were quick at getting our vehicle ready. Room service was also quicker than expected.
One of the staff members got us excited about our view. She said it was her favourite room and you can see the Ferris wheel. Once we got in the room the view was nothing special and there was no Ferris wheel in sight at all.
Noisy, not enough staff, information on website unclear
The view is nice and close to everything downtown. Not a bad walk to the stadium - we were there for an event. Easy to catch a taxi.
At busy check-in hours they did not have all the desk staff available and there were long lines for check-in. Took about 30 min to get through the line. There were many young drunk 20 year olds in the hotel that night. They stood outside our room talking at 1am until I asked them to please go in there room. They then spent the last couple hours being loud and running down the hall banging on everyone's doors until I finally called security at around 3:30am. This is not what I would expect from a high end hotel with the amount of money they charge. At check-in we wanted to self-park (not worth the $25 more per night for valet. The gate for self-park was closed with a sign to go to the main entrance location (this causes a 6 block detour with the one-way streets). When we returned the valets told us that self-parking was not being allowed due to an event (which we were there for). So they were only allowing valet (to rip us off another $25/night). We were then told we had to go another 6 blocks detour to the only self-parking option if we did not want to allow them to park our car. I would have been fine with the location we parked at if it had been clear. The process made it clear that they made it super difficult so that everyone would just do the valet parking. Once you get in line to check in you have no way out due to the valet only. The hotel also charges very high prices for wi-fi per day. I would expect for a hotel that hosts events and such would allow free internet access or at least a decent price. For a slower speed for download up/down than I get at home they wanted $29/day. I would not stay here again and would say that it is not equal to a 4 star hotel. It felt as if they were not staffed appropriately and felt ripped off at every turn.
The Westin Seattle is situated amid incredible shopping attractions and iconic locations. This hotel is a contemporary haven in an ideal location for any guest, no matter the reason for stay. Guests can either stay at The Westin Seattle to relax and rejuvenate or to embark on business dealings. Whatever the case, guests are welcomed with high-quality service and comfortable, stylish rooms in a prime location.
Guests are offered the ability to relax and recharge in stylish accommodations, modern comforts, signature amenities, and are able to take in breathtaking views of the gorgeous Seattle skyline, Puget Sound, Lake Union, and the Cascade Mountain Range. Guests can experience the hotel’s newly renovated lobby featuring the all-new 1900 FIFTH lobby bar. The bar offers a carefully curated selection of wine and crafted cocktail experience.
Travelers staying at the hotel for pleasure can explore a variety of amazing Seattle attractions: the Space Needle, CenturyLink Field for a Seahawks football game, The Washington State Convention Center, Pike Place Market to experience an authentic fish market and Seattle Waterfront experience. Visitors staying for business are offered a hotel located to a number of corporate offices and headquarters for convenient commutes. After a long day of business or exploration, guests are able to take a refreshing dip in the hotel pool or to stay fit at the complimentary fitness center. Whether business or pleasure, The Westin Seattle provides any visitor a memorable experience.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
Guests with existing The Westin Seattle reservations for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates, can make full changes or cancellations without a charge up to 24 hours prior to arrival, as long as the change or cancellation is made by June 30, 2020. For guests making new reservations at The Westin Seattle for any future arrival date, including reservations with pre-paid rates, between today and June 30, 2020, reservations may be changed or canceled at no charge up to 24 hours before your scheduled arrival date. For more information, visit the Mariott Response to COVID-19 page.
For those that would like to do some shopping during their stay at The Westin Seattle, there is the Nordstrom Shopping Package, which will provide you with a $100 Nordstrom gift card for each night of your stay at the hotel. To enjoy some of your meals at one of the hotel’s on-site restaurants, book the Weekends + Breakfast in the Pacific Northwest, a package that comes with daily breakfast for up to four guests during each day of their stay.
To stay in a room that is particularly spacious and offers beautiful views of the surrounding region, select the Deluxe City View, a room that has floor-to-ceiling windows, a large work area, and a complimentary mini bar. If you want your stay at The Westin Seattle to be extra luxurious, there is the Executive Suite that has a separate living room, a pull-out couch, two flat-screen televisions, and an elegant marble bathroom.
The Virginia St & 6th Ave bus stop can be found directly in front of The Westin Seattle and services lines 7 and 70, while the 3rd Ave & Virginia St stop is a 3m walk away and services numerous lines, with some examples being 1, 5, 17, and 21. If you are interested in using the local light rail system, head to the Westlake Ave & Olive Way station, where you will be able to catch the South Lake Union Streetcar. To grab the Link Light Rail, go to the Westlake Station, which is a 5m walk from the hotel.
To enjoy some authentic Italian food, head to the Barolo Ristorante, and upscale eatery that is a 4m walk from The Westin Seattle and known for its happy hour drinks. If you like pizza, there is Serious Pie, a local favorite that is a 4m walk from the hotel and specializes in gourmet thin-crust pizzas. Serving modern Japanese food and sake, Wann Japanese Izakaya is a restaurant that can be reached by car in just 3m. For casual appetizers, homemade cocktails, and drink deals, there is the Crocodile, a cozy bar that is only a 4m drive from the hotel.
If you will be traveling with a group of people or will just have a lot of luggage, either drive or take a taxi to go from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to The Westin Seattle, as the trip will only last between 25 to 30m. For those that will be using a ridesharing application like Uber, a standard fare will cost you around $35, while an UberXL will cost you closer to $61. Public transportation is also an option, such as the local light rail system, and it will take you between 40 to 45m. (Prices checked 09/07/19).
The Westin Seattle is located at 1900 5th Avenue in Belltown, 0.2 km from the center of Seattle. Pike Place Market is the closest landmark to The Westin Seattle.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 11:00 at The Westin Seattle.
No, The Westin Seattle does not offer free Wi-Fi.
No, The Westin Seattle does not offer free parking.
No, The Westin Seattle does not offer free airport shuttle service.
The Westin Seattle is 1.7 km from Seattle Lake Union Spb. The Westin Seattle is 9 km from Seattle King County/Boeing.
Yes, The Westin Seattle is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, The Westin Seattle has a pool onsite.
Daily cleaning, increased availability of sanitation products.
Lobbies with safe social distancing.
Minimal contact with hotel personnel and other guests.