Value for money
Distance to city center
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|"Super helpful staff and fab location"||(in 214 reviews)|
|"Best hostel I’ve ever stayed at."||(in 15 reviews)|
|"Bunk bed “mattress” was awful."||(in 10 reviews)|
|"The bathrooms were disgusting."||(in 59 reviews)|
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Location! Staff friendliness.
I found everyone, staff and fellow travelers, excellent. A truly unexpected joy. When I return to Seattle, I will definitely stay here.
Not enough time to hang out and enjoy the ambiance.
This hostel is right next to Pike Place Market, and an easy walk to the Washington State Convention Center and the ferry terminals. This hostel has really nice, modern bathrooms with overhead an shower sprinkler and good lighting. Free breakfast with eggs and toast. Kitchen is clean and well-kept.
The top bunk was tricky to climb into because of the way the ladder is constructed.
Staff were really friendly and helpful. The beds were comfortable, storage was excellent. There was a great range of breakfast foods available and the period of time it was available was suitable for all. Awesome location, so easy to wander out and about, perfect place to base yourself in the middle of Seattle.
Location Comfortable, clean beds Lockers Social events & group outings Each bed with own fan, light, and curtains Sink in the room so you don't always have to use the bathroom
Staff checking in my new roommates at 12:00 midnight and 1:00am, turning on the bright lights and waking a couple of us up. Could be rough if you had bad roommates, which I didn't - they were cool
Location, friendliness, effort, parking deal
Ladders up to bunk beds
This was a good stay over all
Location... different people.. kitchen facilities
The room was too small for sharing accommodation.. things are bad while your co room mate have clothes and socks smell badly
Very kind staff.
Reeaaaaalllly uncomfortable bed.
Luxury Hostel ever
I loved the bunk beds with their own fan, light and courtains! Free dinner on Tuesdays, Thursday and Sundays. People around the world. Best location ever in front of the Public Market. You can walk to everywhere. Quite at night. Bathrooms really clean and private with their own shower. Nice people. I would come back again for sure!
I can't say anything wrong.
free breakfast too
The staff was friendly and super helpful, location is amazing, great trips. I'd stay there again in a heartbeat
I suppose the room could be a bit more comfortable. Heater was on all night..
Good Place Seattle
Staff is freindly while keeping a distance to allow you to rest for the first night. Go on the bar crawl on Thursday. Make sure you can get a bed for more than three nights. Great place.
There really isn't anything bad about the place.
the staffs are friendly
the odor is bad, the color of the sheet looks dirty
Very good value for money, and the people there are awesome. Perfect place to stay if you don't care to much about luxury, but if you love to be in the center of town.
Booking.com says you can book a room for 3, but they don't have rooms of 3. Only rooms of 2, 4, 6 or 8.
The Green Tortoise philosophy is that great food, beautiful places, and sociable people are the only essentials for a more-than-gratifying travel experience. The Green Tortoise group built the Seattle and San Francisco hostels around this social and communal ideology and experience. After expanding and refining the entire hostel experience, guests now have free Internet access, communal meals in the self-catering kitchen, private bathrooms, and comforts that make The Green Tortoise a unique place to stay. Located just across from the world-famous Pike Place Market, in the heart of beautiful Seattle, The Green Tortoise is ready to take visitors’ travel experience to new heights.
The Green Tortoise offers co-ed dorms, female dorms, private rooms, and family rooms with queen or twin beds. Each bed has a large storage locker, reading light, fan, four plug electrical outlet, and convenient privacy curtains. Bathrooms are all shared in the hallway but are private and individual units that include a sink, shower, toilet, and a locking door so they are not shared while they’re actually in use. Amenities also include 24-hour reception with no curfew or lockout, free luggage storage, free computer and printer use, available bike rentals, and access to walking tours, city tours, and pub crawls to get the insider views of Seattle.
The Green Tortoise partners with Seattle Free Walking Tours, inspired by the adventures and travels of the tour organization's co-founders. Free tours are a phenomenon throughout a large part of Europe, and it is this organization’s hope to introduce the concept in the beautiful Pacific Northwest.
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Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle is located at 105 1/2 Pike Street in Pike Place Market, 0.3 miles from the center of Seattle. Seattle Art Museum is the closest landmark to Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle.
Check-in time is 2:00 PM and check-out time is 11:00 AM at Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle.
Yes, Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle offers free Wi-Fi.
No, Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle does not offer free parking.
No, Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle does not offer free airport shuttle service.
Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle is 1.3 miles from Seattle Lake Union Spb. Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle is 5.3 miles from Seattle King County/Boeing.
No, pets are not allowed at Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle.
No, Green Tortoise Hostel Seattle does not have a pool onsite.