This hotel offered the perfect location with a gorgeous view of the Space Needle and bay area, from the heated roof-top patio! With a large lobby it was easy to stay COVID compliant, and the Starbuckd store in the lobby also a great perk! Our room had a view of the bay and beds were so very comfortable. Our room was a double-double, so it was fairly small, but worked fine for a short stay. Great place to stay!!
Had a great stay at this hotel. It is quaint and understated. Just what was needed after a long travel day. Walking distance to several sights. Otherwise, a short Uber. The Starbucks attatched to the hotel was a nice touch. The room was clean, the bed was comfortable, the shower was hot. The rooftop view was amazing. It was great to go up to the roof to relax with a cup of coffee. When you stay at the Mediterranean Inn, visit the roof!
The Med Inn is my go to place to stay when I am visiting my hometown. It is a charming boutique style hotel in lower Queen Anne, a great neighborhood with restaurants and shopping near the Seattle Center. The rooftop patio and onsite parking are added amenities that I really appreciate and the service is always excellent.
We stay at this location fairly frequently as a quick getaway from busy family life. It is always a pleasure. Staff is friendly, prompt and helpful; rooms are recently renovated and very comfortable; location is very handy with garage parking available; COVID adaptations were prompt and well done; roof top deck is a gem. We love this place!
On Sat, Oct 24 I stayed for the second and final time at the Mediterranean Inn. It was OK back in April, but horrible a mere 6 months later. The woman "working" the front desk was so incredibly rude to me, so callous, and so thoroughly incompetent that she took what should have been a pleasant, ordinary check-in and turned it into such a nightmarish experience for me that it RUINED MY ENTIRE STAY. I will never make another booking at this establishment again -- because of her. When I arrived that afternoon, there was NO ONE at the front desk. The lobby was empty. There were no employees anywhere in sight. Even worse, there was NO BELL to ring at the desk to get a clerk's attention, and NO SIGNAGE to indicate when an employee would return. This was about 5 PM, when someone should have been there to greet guests. After keeping me waiting nearly 10 minutes, a young woman finally emerged from an area behind the front desk. She FAILED TO APOLOGIZE FOR KEEPING ME WAITING. She attended to some other bits of business -- there was no one else there -- before finally turning her attention to me. I said I had a reservation, and she asked if I had an ID with me. I went to pull my license out of my wallet, and literally 2 seconds elapse before the DISGRACEFUL front desk clerked snapped at me, "WELL, CAN I SEE IT???!! And at that point, I lost all patience with her. I raised my voice because she quite frankly deserved to be shouted at. I told the verminous, abusive employee that if I waited patiently for 10 minutes for her to show up, she COULD AND SHOULD SHOW SOME COURTESY AND DECENCY AND RESPECT TO ME. Naturally, she playacted the role of victim and carried on like a complete and total control freak. She DID EVERYTHING WRONG in the transaction, never smiled, never apologized, DID NOTHING TO MAKE AMENDS FOR HER MISTAKES, AND KEPT MAKING THE SITUATION WORSE. The Inn should FIRE HER. Guests do not pay $116.83 a night to be treated like heads of cattle. When I checked out the following morning, the 2 desk clerks were pleasant and agreeable enough, but neither one thanked me for my stay. Very sloppy, very unprofessional. It's astounding that with so many service industry professionals out of work from Covid that the Mediterranean Inn would employ such total amateurs. One surmises, then, that such incompetents can he had for cheap.…