Hilton Seattle

★★★★☆
  • 1301 6th Avenue

    Seattle, WA 98101

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  • 206-624-0500

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My husband and I stayed at the Seattle Hilton during the power outage last December. We were very pleased with this facility. Our room was comfortable, clean, and best of all, WARM. :) All of the staff were friendly and helpful. We would stay here again and would recommend it to any Seattle visitors.

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★★★★☆

My husband and I stayed at the Seattle Hilton during the power outage last December. We were very pleased with this facility. Our room was comfortable, clean, and best of all, WARM. :) All of the staff were friendly and helpful. We would stay here again and would recommend it to any Seattle visitors.

Pros: Views, Ambience

Cons: Parking garage

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I would not recommend staying here on your stay in Seattle. It is below average for a Hilton property. The staff is decent, but the accomodations need a lot of work. If you're staying downtown, it's worth looking somewhere else if you want to enjoy you stay.

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★★★☆☆

I would not recommend staying here on your stay in Seattle. It is below average for a Hilton property. The staff is decent, but the accomodations need a lot of work. If you're staying downtown, it's worth looking somewhere else if you want to enjoy you stay.

Pros: friendly staff, good location

Cons: small rooms, too expensive

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Here in the very heart of seattle is a Hilton hotel that is really a botique hotel. Everything about this hotel tells you it is a small, intimate, service oriented hotel with every amenity that the huge hotels have. I think it is only about 250 rooms and feels both small and large at the same time.\nThe lobby is incredible. Whoever did this design was really smart. The small intimate restaruant at the Top is incredable. Not only is the view great, so is the food and service. Kudos for the management of this property! It's the details that make this particular property so wonderful, from the staff, to the design, to the food, to the clean fresh rooms. If Hilton did more of this, they would lead the world in the hotel business!

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★★★★★

Here in the very heart of seattle is a Hilton hotel that is really a botique hotel. Everything about this hotel tells you it is a small, intimate, service oriented hotel with every amenity that the huge hotels have. I think it is only about 250 rooms and feels both small and large at the same time.\nThe lobby is incredible. Whoever did this design was really smart. The small intimate restaruant at the Top is incredable. Not only is the view great, so is the food and service. Kudos for the management of this property! It's the details that make this particular property so wonderful, from the staff, to the design, to the food, to the clean fresh rooms. If Hilton did more of this, they would lead the world in the hotel business!

Pros: staff, intimacy of space, food/cleanliness

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Reserved exective room with city view for Feb 14. At 6pm check-in, informed that we were booked into another hotel, which has no view, few amenities, poor interior and is actually part of Virginia Mason hospital (complete w/ 24 hr amulance sirens). Hilton room was $200, new room worth $106 (compliments of Hilton). Other hotels (Hyatt & Westin) had room available, but for $300+. \n\nHow can a hotel overbook when they know how many rooms they have and all reservations are guaranteed for payment by the guests. \n\nThe Hilton has my phone # on file and didn't bother to call in advance. Bottom line: Poor customer service. I recommend you stay elsewhere.\n

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★☆☆☆☆

Reserved exective room with city view for Feb 14. At 6pm check-in, informed that we were booked into another hotel, which has no view, few amenities, poor interior and is actually part of Virginia Mason hospital (complete w/ 24 hr amulance sirens). Hilton room was $200, new room worth $106 (compliments of Hilton). Other hotels (Hyatt & Westin) had room available, but for $300+. \n\nHow can a hotel overbook when they know how many rooms they have and all reservations are guaranteed for payment by the guests. \n\nThe Hilton has my phone # on file and didn't bother to call in advance. Bottom line: Poor customer service. I recommend you stay elsewhere.\n

Cons: , Front Desk, Management

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The Seattle Hilton is a convenient, if mediocre lodging choice in downtown Seattle as I discovered during a recent tw-night stay. Overnight guest parking is obscenely expensive. The hotel has only one overpriced restaurant (the ""Top of the Hilton""). Hotel staff are indifferent and/or terribly inexperienced. Hi-speed (DSL) internet is frustratingly difficult to use. Rooms are small, and allow far too much interior and street noise. A far nicer Hilton property is located across from the Sea-Tac airport. I don't plan to return for another stay at the downtown Hilton.

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★★★☆☆

The Seattle Hilton is a convenient, if mediocre lodging choice in downtown Seattle as I discovered during a recent tw-night stay. Overnight guest parking is obscenely expensive. The hotel has only one overpriced restaurant (the ""Top of the Hilton""). Hotel staff are indifferent and/or terribly inexperienced. Hi-speed (DSL) internet is frustratingly difficult to use. Rooms are small, and allow far too much interior and street noise. A far nicer Hilton property is located across from the Sea-Tac airport. I don't plan to return for another stay at the downtown Hilton.

Pros: location, price

Cons: cost of parking, lack of dining choice, attitude of staff

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We chose this hotel for the Hilton reputation (I've always had great accommodations at Hiltons) and its proximity to the Seattle Art Museum. We were not disappointed--this is a classy place, without being exorbitantly expensive. We had a nice dinner at The Top of the Hilton, small, romantic restaurant with an adjoining small bar. I also noticed a very nice lounge near the lobby as we signed in. Guests are directed from the parking lot to the lobby on the 12th floor, all guest rooms are above that level, thus the good views

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★★★★★

We chose this hotel for the Hilton reputation (I've always had great accommodations at Hiltons) and its proximity to the Seattle Art Museum. We were not disappointed--this is a classy place, without being exorbitantly expensive. We had a nice dinner at The Top of the Hilton, small, romantic restaurant with an adjoining small bar. I also noticed a very nice lounge near the lobby as we signed in. Guests are directed from the parking lot to the lobby on the 12th floor, all guest rooms are above that level, thus the good views

Pros: quality furnishings, quiet, intimate restrnt/bar

Cons: spendy parking

Message from Hilton Seattle

Located in the heart of downtown Seattle, the Hilton Seattle hotel is close to many area attractions, including Pike Place Market and the city’s iconic Space Needle. If you’re in town for a conference, the Washington State Convention Center is just steps away, accessible via an underground concourse. Our rooms begin on the 14th floor, and rooms with views of the Olympic Mountains or Elliott Bay are available. Book a sightseeing tour or rent a car from the rental company conveniently located in our hotel. Our non-smoking rooms feature many amenities including complimentary WiFi, mini-refrigerators, European adapters and luxurious bedding. Enjoy a meal at our hotel restaurant or microbrews on tap at The Lobby Lounge.

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