Located in the heart of downtown Seattle's most popular waterfront district, Marriott Seattle Waterfront offers an ideal place for both business and pleasure. Many of our Seattle hotel guestrooms feature private balconies offering breathtaking views. Views range from Mt. Rainier, Elliott Bay to the Olympic Mountain range. Our downtown Seattle hotel is just steps to the famous Pike Place Market, right across from the Seattle Cruise Terminal (Pier 66), and only minutes to major downtown attractions and shopping. Our Seattle hotel is also home of Fish Club, an upscale Seattle seafood restaurant brilliantly designed by award winning celebrity Chef Todd English. Experience a superb dining experience with a dazzling blend of menus drawn from coastal cultures from around the world and spun with English's new American culinary cuisine. At Marriott Seattle Waterfront, we'll make your visit the most memorable experience!
Full banquet service with 11,000 sq. ft. of meeting space. Ballroom accommodating up to 600 pp. Wireless in all meeting and public areas at our Seattle Hotel.
Pike Place Market, Aquarium, Space Needle, Qwest Stadium, Safeco Field, Downtown Shopping, Sculpture Park, Waterfront Activities, Experience Music Project, Seattle Science Center.
May 17, 2013
fourfamilytravels, Chicago, Illinois | Trip type: Business
Reservations: made them at marriott.com with ease
Check In: Took about 10 seconds, "Matt" and the young lady with him were friendly and helpful. We got in late and asked...
Reservations: made them at marriott.com with ease
Check In: Took about 10 seconds, "Matt" and the young lady with him were friendly and helpful. We got in late and asked that our luggage be delivered to our room so we could stop for a nightcap, and it was done with ease.
Ambience: Hotel is enormous, laid out well. Lobby, Attractive, modern, large. We enjoyed another "Matt" at the lobby bar, which was a fun place.
People: Everyone was great. Always greeted warmly, everyone was helpful, great feel to the place.
Room/Bathroom/View: Nice sized, sparkling clean. We had a gorgeous view of Elliott Bay, the Olympics, and even Mt. Rainier. Amazing.
Concierge Lounge: As others have said, felt crowded. Offerings were fine.
Location: For us, perfect. You are not in central downtown, but we considered that a plus. Every morning, we walked along the gorgeous boardwalk, and took and elevator to Pike Market (which we loved!) and then over to the downtown hotel where my business was located. Felt like we got a real sense of this wonderful city in that mile or so walk.
Fun Facts: We walked all the way down to the Pike Market "Public Parking" deck, and then took its elevator up directly into the Pike Market. It was very, very convenient.
May 15, 2013
andeegoofy, California | Trip type: Couples
I am confused about the reviews stating this hotel was old. The outside did appear to be old Miami art deco, but as is the entire area. The indoors of...
I am confused about the reviews stating this hotel was old. The outside did appear to be old Miami art deco, but as is the entire area. The indoors of this hotel is very renovated, the rooms were very clean and updated, gorgeous. We, unfortunately, had a room where we were looking out at other rooms, but if you stepped up to our window you could look out over the sound. Beautiful views. The gentlemen that checked us in was absolutely friendly, and very helpful when we mentioned this was our first time in Seattle. He gave us a few tips on how to get around, the monorail, where our booked restaurant was located. He was super helpful, and very appreciated. The hotel is located on the wharf, which is great if you like kitchy seafood restaurants. It's perfect walking distance to PIkes Place market. I felt it was very out of the way, as everything closed at 6:30pm every night, except very few high end restaurants. We did get to eat in the market after 6:30, but the rest of the market was closed. I would head further inland if coming again, or Lake Union area. I was surprised this wasnt the "houseboat" side of Seattle you're familiar with from the movies. That would be Lake Union. Everything we needed was still walking distance however. We walked about 1 mile to the monorail that took us to space needle, and half a mile to Pikes Place. « less
“Good, but little Old.”
May 14, 2013
HONdominik, Nowy Targ | Trip type: Couples
The hotel felt overall a bit old. The rooms had an old feeling. The location of the hotel is awesome - close to everything you might want to do in...
The hotel felt overall a bit old. The rooms had an old feeling. The location of the hotel is awesome - close to everything you might want to do in Seattle. The staff were very friendly and suggested what to visit! « less
“Time Warp 1990”
May 13, 2013
Sevegne N, Byron Bay | Trip type: Couples
The best thing about this hotel is the friendliness of the staff as the hotel itself is a bit daggy and dated. It looks like it should be hosting a...
The best thing about this hotel is the friendliness of the staff as the hotel itself is a bit daggy and dated. It looks like it should be hosting a bad convention in the 1990's.
The view we had over Puget Sound was lovely but the room was disappointing particularly when we turned down the bed and our sheets had a big stain on them. The bathroom was tiny and as the price for the room was on the high side we certainly didn't feel we got value for money.
We did pay for access to the concierge floor which included continental breakfast, drinks and afternoon snacks. This again was a time warp back to 1990 with cheese and crackers in two rooms joined together that had an overwhelming aroma of egg.
Unfortunately our stay ended badly when we found we had to fly home after a death in the family. As we had checked out of our room, I asked to use a phone to ring a couple of 1800 numbers to book new flights. The front desk directed me to a phone in the lobby. While I was on the phone - mid conversation, two men from front desk came over to tell me I couldn't use the phone in an aggressive manner. While they apologised once they new the situation it was very badly handled.
I would only recommend you stay here if it's cheap or you have a thing for salesman. « less
“Good Hotel, 2 Complaints”
May 8, 2013
FajardoseaVentures, Vancouver, Canada | Trip type: Couples
The hotel's staff was knowledgeable about the attractions and different services in Seattle and they were agreable. The hotel is good overall, my two complaints are, that there is not...
The hotel's staff was knowledgeable about the attractions and different services in Seattle and they were agreable. The hotel is good overall, my two complaints are, that there is not free internet in the rooms and parking was pricy. « less
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Premium bedding includes triple sheeting. Desk. CD player. Television with premium cable channels and pay movies. Wired Internet access (surcharge). Fax machine and in-room safe. Complimentary newspapers. Shower/tub combination. Bath amenities include hair dryer and complimentary toiletries. Blackout drapes/curtains and clock radio. Air conditioning.
One king bed with Marriott's signature premium bedding. Views of Elliott Bay. 337 square feet. Desk and chair. Upholstered chair. High-speed Internet access (surcharge). Cable TV. Premium cable channels. Pay movies. CD player. Two multi-line phones (one cordless). Refrigerator and minibar upon request. Coffee/tea maker with complimentary Starbucks coffee. Complimentary weekday newspaper. Hair dryer. Iron/ironing board.
One king bed with Marriott's signature premium bedding. 330 square feet. High-speed Internet access (surcharge), CD player, cordless telephone. Armchair, desk with pullout extension. Marble-floor bathroom with large granite vanity, shower/tub combination. Complimentary Starbucks coffee. May have view of Elliott Bay.
1 king bed. May have water view. 330 square feet. Desk. High-speed Internet access (surcharge). Phone. CD player. Shower/tub combination. Granite-topped vanity.
Amenities - Seattle Marriott Waterfront
Baggage storage facilities
Credit card accepted: Mastercard/Visa
Credit card accepted: American Express
Electronic key card
Facilities for the disabled
Fitness and health centre
Internet - wireless
Movies in room
24 hours opened
Office or business center
Private bathroom in room
24 hours room service
Self controlled heating/cooling system
Swimming pool - outdoor
Swimming pool - indoor
Tea and coffee making facilities
Telephone in all rooms
Sorry, pets are not allowed.
Airport & Shuttle Information - Seattle Marriott Waterfront
Seattle Tacoma (SEA)13.5 miles about 20-25 minutes. Airport shuttles and taxi's are estimated about $26.00 - $38.00 each way.
Airport Shuttle? Sorry, no airport shuttle available.
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