Contemporary Culture. The 26-story W is a beacon welcoming the urban, urbane and contemporary to their refuge in Seattle’s cultural core. In the heart of downtown, W Seattle is close to art and music centers, financial and retail hubs, and the Pike Place Market. Energized Evenings. Indulge in TRACE Bar’s bold flavors—a Seattle microbrew, a Washington vineyard’s best or a craft cocktail by way of a Pacific Northwest distillery. Savor the restaurant’s innovative, locally-sourced cuisine. Discover our vibrant new Living Room. Where do Dreams Come True? Smart style meets cool comfort in our 415 guest rooms and 8 suites. You’ll find élan and ease in every nuance. Renew with the Bliss® sinkside six-pack, collapse into our signature pillowtop mattress, or take in the views from the plush banquette.
It's a nice, clean hotel with quiet rooms in a great downtown location.
Their pillows may be the most uncomfortable thing I've tried (and failed) to sleep on.
The location was great
Too dark old Hotel needs updates not your average W very slow at getting Baggage From storage room that faces the parking garage feels like a dungeon
The service was great. People were really nice and I got a free upgrade.
I didn't particularly like the beds at the W. They felt lumpy. I stayed in The Westin the day after and I LOVE their beds! I also didn't really like the dark, club feel and the loud music in the lobby. I just wanted to relax and felt like I couldn't at the W.
No coffee maker in the room
Easy to walk around town/sites as a tourist. The soaps and lotions were outstanding. I love the security of the elevator.
The loud music and people lying around the lounge at around 11 a.m. is disturbing to walk through. A coffee pot in the room would be really nice. A small refrigerator would also be appreciated.
The rooms were wonderful as was the location. If I had to choose where this hotel excels over most is in their staff, from desk check-in to wait staff, absolutely excellent.
The parking explanation and lack of direction was inadequate.
The coffee urn was empty when I tried to pour a cup in the morning.
The hallways are to dark. It's difficult to see where you are going.