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|"Parking fee too high."||(in 23 reviews)|
|"Pool-temperature-staff we're rude and confusing."||(in 19 reviews)|
|"You have to pay for overnight parking."||(in 40 reviews)|
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$37 per day parking. $24.95 for in-room water and coffee whether or not you use them. What next are you going to be charged for?
It was perfectly located since my holiday party was at the Museum of Pop Culture. The room was big and clean and the staff was very friendly.
Nothing really, I have no real complaints. May have some facial wash since your shower already offers shampoo/conditioner and body wash..
Fun, family friendly and great staff
Ambience Staff were excellent - listened and helped Family room was designed for families with microwave and fridge for milk etc (not just a bigger room) Location Shuttle
Pool was cold (air) and a touch small Pizza restaurant was pricey and service was friendly but not very functional - had to ask for tools to eat with twice Parking cost (a Seattle problem)
Would stay here again.
My wife & I enjoyed our stay at the Maxwell. We really enjoyed its location in Queen Anne in which it was pretty easy to get to just about everything else in Seattle. Close to a lot of bus routes. You can even see the Space Needle as soon as you step out. I know they offered a shuttle service, but I really enjoy experiencing a city first hand. A lot of nice hole in the wall spots to eat & drink, nearby. Funky little hotel & friendly staff. Had a small pool in the basement & a fitness room. Restaurant in the lobby. No complaints, I would stay here again...
It's not really a complaint, but the comforter was different than what I'm use to. It would actually fall off of me while I sleep.
Dont take the dog!!!!!
We stayed at the maxwell this valentine weekend. The hotel is very clean and nice. We have stayed in much more expensive but this could keep up with them all. Hotel employees were very nice.
I would give this hotel a five star but after i left i noticed a $27.40 charge. I called and they said it was because i took the stuffed animal that is on the bed. They said i was notified of the "adoption fee" at checkout. I was NEVER notified. I am a little grossed out to think how many people slept with the stuffed animal before i took it (a little creepy) and to think i paid $30 for a $5 toy. A very nice hotel that ruined my opinion for $30. I was even trying to get my parents to go there soon!
Beds were terrific- loved the individual down comforters. Bravo! The room was decorated nicely and the space was huge. The bathroom was also very large and comfortable. Loved the Tommy Bahama dispensers for shampoo/conditioner/ shower gel
Our shower was large, angled, and modern with no door/ curtain. The water sprayed into the bathroom possibly causing a hazard with the mess. The pillows were VERY hard. Lastly, we thought it was very strange that the room had a teeny tiny ironing board that was 3 inches tall. Not helpful.
From the moment we checked in I loved this place. Free parking, good location and a very friendly, comfortable place. Decor was different but comfortable. Even when I looked out the window and four people were standing right below window I could barely hear them talking. I'm even considering a staycation here this summer to explore parts of Seattle I've never been to.
Perfect Location for weekend trip
We went to Seattle for a quick weekend and the hotel was perfect. Walking distance to the Space Needle where there is the monorail you can take straight to the mall (roundtrip ticket is $4) and walk down to pike market. The hotel offers a shuttle but it was nice to walk a little bit and see everything on the way. Nice rooms and yummy pizza place/bar connected to lobby.
very friendly staff very cozy bed really fun interior
Located in downtown Seattle and just a short walk away from dozens of attractions is The Maxwell House. Just a short drive away is the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and the Link light rail provides transportation throughout the city. Taxies and ride-shares are efficient and abundant around the hotel.
There are several amenities offered including complimentary WiFi and many rooms are pet-friendly. Indulge in European style bedding, an in-room Keurig and an indoor pool available year round, and a fitness center featuring both cardio equipment and free weights. Enjoy a happy hour in the lobby with fresh coffee and fresh pineapple cupcakes.
Begin the morning with a shot of espresso or hot latte at the Pineapple Bistro and Bar and grab a quick snack from the fruit case or a sandwich to go. Stop at the Pineapple Bistro and Bar for fresh brick oven pizza, or socialize with a mac, and cheese bar offering a selection of toppings and handcrafted cocktails. Explore beyond the hotel and indulge at several restaurants including Bakery Nouveau for double-baked almond croissants and small bite sandwiches.
Visit the Queen Ann Hill neighborhood just steps away from the hotel and tour the Space Needle for an unobstructed, panoramic view of downtown Seattle. Catch a fish and try fresh clam chowder at the Pike Place Market and make a visit to the Chihuly Garden and Glass for hand blown works of glass by Dale Chihuly. Delight in everything the city of Seattle has to offer and book a stay at The Maxwell House Hotel.
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Policies vary by room type and provider.
The hotel’s onsite pool has a 4 ft deep area, which makes it a great place to splash around for families and guests of all ages. Additionally, the hotel offers guests use of their bike beach cruisers that allow you to explore the city on two wheels. Bike rentals are for free, but come on a first-come, first-served basis. If you want to rent a bike, contact the concierge who will organize it for you.
The hotel embraces a pet-friendly attitude and provides plenty of perks for your dog that you may not experience in other hotels. Amenities for dogs include a signature Staypinapple dog bed and treats. Additionally, a buoyantly designed water bowl keeps your dog hydrated and can be taken home afterwards. Waste bags are provided as part of the dog fee, too. A major perk with this hotel is that they allow you to leave your dog in the room while you go and explore Seattle. They provide designated signs for the room door to let their staff know whether they can enter for cleaning or not.
With their fun pineapple design, featuring the color yellow throughout the hotel, and special attention to detail, this accommodation is a great place to stay. Their Naked Experience promotes their super-soft duvets and lightweight signature bathrobes that invite to loll around naked because everything is so soft. Also their towels, with the signature pineapple stitched on them, come from high-quality produce and wrap the body in a warm and snug embrace. Amidst all this urban vibe, you will nevertheless find luxuriously and individually designed rooms at your disposal.
Families can enjoy additional space in the commodious Duet Queen room that boasts two queen-sized beds in front of the hotel’s signature wallpaper. As this room is situated at the backside of the hotel, facing Queen Anne Hill, families can enjoy a quieter atmosphere. If you still need more space, consider the Ensemble Suite, which, in addition to 2-queen sized beds, features a sleeper sofa.
I-5 North is the best connection from Seattle-Tacoma Airport to the hotel when going by car. It will take about 20 to 30min to reach your destination. Start off by getting on WA-518 E and continue onto I-5. Take exit 167 from the interstate and continue on Mercer Road. From Mercer Road, turn right onto 5th Avenue N and then left onto Roy Street. The hotel is opposite the Mercer Street Garage.
A public parking lot at the hotel is available to all hotel guests and it is not necessary to reserve a spot beforehand. The hotel charges a parking fee of approximately $40 per 24h and vehicle. The parking garage is secured and provides shelter from hail and snow. If you are reduced in your mobility, it is convenient that the lot is also accessible. (Prices checked 06/08/19).
Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle is located at 300 Roy Street in Queen Anne, 1 miles from the centre of Seattle. Seattle Center is the closest landmark to Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle.
Check-in time is 16:00 and check-out time is 12:00 at Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle.
Yes, Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle does not offer free parking.
No, Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle is 0.6 miles from Seattle Lake Union Spb. Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle is 6.6 miles from Seattle King County/Boeing.
Yes, Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle is a pet-friendly hotel.
Yes, Staypineapple, The Maxwell Hotel, Seattle Center Seattle has a pool on-site.