Executive Hotel Pacific
Seattle Hotel Review
If you want the perfect location, and value for your hotel dollar in Seattle – Executive Hotel Pacific is a great choice. Located right next to Hotel W, and nearby the Four Seasons – the intersection of Fourth @ Spring is prime real estate. Executive Hotel Pacific rates are in the “value” range and are often running online discount specials. The hotel is renovated recently – which balances with a great price, service, and overall value. All rooms include free wireless internet service to stay online in Seattle.
The historic Executive Hotel Pacific is a European boutique-style hotel nestled in the heart of downtown Seattle. Built in 1928, the hotel’s architectural details and design exude a European charm, offering a taste of old Seattle right in the heart of the city’s financial district. Step into the hotel’s small but quaint lobby and you will find vintage furniture that is cozy enough to linger in – as many guests do – and a bowl of Washington apples to nibble on while chatting with friends or reading a book. There’s also a quaint coffee shop and sports grill right in the lobby for your morning cup of java or a beer. Overall, the Executive Hotel Pacific is an intimate hotel with loads of charm and a friendly staff.
The Executive Hotel Pacific’s 160 rooms are tastefully decorated in a European style. The renovated rooms and suites offer a mix of cherry woods, leather accents, vintage and Northwest artwork, and some stunning vintage tile in many of the bathrooms. The design evokes warmth with modern simplicity and European styling.
This historic hotel is quite comfortable and recently updated many of its systems in a renovation. Something you won’t find in many stories these days, you can actually open the windows for a breath of fresh air. Another favorite touch is an umbrella – a must for your stay in the Emerald city. Rooms also feature air conditioning for hot days, 25 inch flat screen televisions, complimentary wireless internet, cable TV, fitness room, in room movies, telephone, voicemail, electronic door locks, electronic safes that fit your laptop computer, and include hair dryers, irons and ironing boards and complimentary in room coffee and tea.
Step outside the Executive Hotel Pacific, and you’ll find a great line-up of Seattle’s best shopping, sights and entertainment within very easy walking distance. Walk to the infamous Pike Place Market, Benaroya Hall for the symphony, or the Seattle Public Library, which just opened to rave reviews for it’s contemporary design and technological innovations. A great selection of downtown Seattle restaurants are littered all around the neighborhood, including local favorites Wild Ginger and the Metropolitan Grill. Llocation is one of the Executive Hotel Pacific’s main advantages.
The Executive Hotel Pacific was one of the first non-smoking stories in Seattle, so despite the European flair, it is without the smell of smoke. The hotel also accepts pets for those who wish to have their furry friends join them. Parking is available next door at the secure Olympic garage for $21 per day self-park or $27.50 valet park.
With a uniquely friendly staff, a cozy atmosphere, and an international group of guests, the Executive Hotel Pacific is a great place to stay for those with a moderate budget planning a trip to Seattle.
Contributing Editor: Dana Trujillo, Seattle Washington