Hotel Five

Remember when I wrote that I don’t blog about the hotels I stay in, because they’re nothing to write home about?

Hotel FiveWell, I’m going to have to eat my words, because this is another post about a hotel ― which makes for two posts in as many months.

The hotel I am recommending is Hotel Five, a boutique hotel in central Seattle.

It’s got location: it’s in Belltown, an area just next to Seattle’s downtown core, which makes it walking distance to the major tourist attractions, as well as a good selection of restaurants, bars, and shops.

RoomIt’s got service: our room was ready when we arrived (post–cruise ship disembarkment) at 7:30 a.m. We were fully expecting to be dropping off our bags and not having access to our room until much later in the day, so we were pleasantly surprised to be given room key cards upon our arrival. And shortly after we checked in, the front desk called our room to make sure we were happy with our accommodation and to ask if there was anything we needed. I’ve never experienced that kind of service anywhere I’ve stayed. (Maybe I’m staying in the wrong hotels!?)

And it’s got style: the rooms were cleverly decorated, and the bathrooms new and modern.

I didn’t book this hotel; one of my travelling companions did. Note to self: get my friends to book my hotel accommodation more often.

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