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Renaissance Seattle Hotel

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Room & Suite (397)
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Experience the Renaissance Seattle Hotel, a stylish hotel in downtown Seattle and one of the hotels conveniently located near CenturyLink and Safeco Fields, Pike Place Market, and upscale shopping. Our Seattle, Washington hotel eliminates travel stress thanks to easy access to major freeways and Sea-Tac International Airport. Unwind in spacious, guest rooms with stunning views of Puget Sound, the mountains and city skyline. From colorful paintings by local artists displayed in the lobby to a fully-equipped fitness center and high-speed Internet, our downtown Seattle hotel amenities outshine the rest. Bring a furry travel companion along to keep you company at one of the top pet-friendly hotels Seattle has to offer. Book your next event at our state-of-the-art 28th floor event space, and discover how our Seattle Marriott hotel seamlessly combines style, comfort and technology into an unforgettable urban retreat.
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Property amenities
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Room service
Banquet Room
Business Centre with Internet Access
Conference Facilities
Dry Cleaning
Laundry Service
Meeting rooms
Multilingual Staff
Non-smoking hotel
Paid Internet
Paid Wifi
Pets Allowed ( Dog / Pet Friendly )
Public Wifi
Wheelchair Access
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Room features
Air conditioning
Accessible rooms
Family Rooms
Non-smoking rooms
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100Great for walkers
Grade: 100 out of 100
189Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
22Attractionswithin 0.5 km
100Room tips
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My check in was the least favorite part of my trip. The person who had booked my room had placed my name on the room but the young lady could not find it. After some searching, she was able to and said my room was “checked into” the day before. I assumed I had told the person
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This is a nice enough hotel but limited in some interesting ways. 1. There's no shop, only one snack machine and one soda machine on all floors, and ice only on a few floors. 2. There is no information in the elevators about where things are--where are what meeting rooms? Where
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The room is extremely noisy facing the highway. My husband and I could not sleep at all the whole night. I went to front desk trying to request for room change but the lady said the hotel is fully overbooked and could not accommodate. It's totally not acceptable. The glasses of
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Response from MBClark, General Manager at Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Responded 1 week ago
Thanks Shirley, I'm sorry that your experience was poor and will have the room checked to see what is happening with the window. It must not be sealing tightly for some reason. While we are near a highway, guests don't typically experience noise of the level that you are describing so something must be wrong. I can only imagine how frustrating this must have been and sincerely apologize.
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This large hotel offers a great club floor for platinum BONVOY membrrs Good workspaces for laptop warrior throughout the hotel. Decent view of West Lake and comfortable room amenities and wifi access. Unfortunately the front dest has a ways to go in training its trainees and
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Response from MBClark, General Manager at Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Responded 1 week ago
Thank you for the review and also for reporting the disconnects while you were here. I hope that they were resolved to your satisfaction and that you will stay with us again when you come to Seattle! Michael
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This property is very beautifully designed, with gold and dark wood accents, as well as literary touches as the “theme” of the hotel’s design. The lobby is lined with bookshelves, and the walls plastered with book pages or large printed book spines. It was a very nice mix of
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Response from MBClark, General Manager at Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Responded 2 weeks ago
Thank you for taking the time so share your feedback and I hope that you will stay with us again! Michael
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Shower and tub
Long desk for working
Little sitting area by the window
what time is check in and checkout?
4pm check in Noon check out
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Can I book a trip to Olympic National Park in your hotel?
Yes you can book a trip and or tour through our Navigator's. Feel free to contact the hotel directly and ask for our Navigator's Desk and Fred, Dora, or Tim would be delighted to assist you.
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Hello, Is there any good place for breakfast near the hotel?
Oh gosh yes. A half dozen places within easy walk of the hotel.
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Good question! It depends what you want to do, If you are there for a Baseball, Soccer or Football game the I would say the Renaissance. It you are there for work I would say the Renaissance. If you are there to see Seattle then I would see the Marriott Waterfront because it is right on the pier and just an elevator ride to Pike Place Market. If you stay at the Waterfront be sure to find the elevator to Pike Place Market because everything is uphill (steep uphill) from the Waterfront. The Waterfront is an older hotel but has a brand new Club M (Executive Club) which is very nice. I have found their customer service is not great. Location is great for site seeing but as far as service and hotel I prefer the Renaissance.
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"Choose a room with a window to the city or to the sea. There is a highway on the other side."
"Higher Floors are better"
"Try to choose a corner room that minimizes traffic noise. Good luck!"
"Solid sleep but avoid facing freeway if possible"
"quieter room might be on the 2nd floor and up"
US$ 182 - US$ 450 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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