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|Distance to city centre||0,2 km|
|Nearest airport||Seattle/Tacoma Intl|
|Distance to airport||18,2 km|
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It’s very clean and comfortable. The location was great, a short walk from Pike Street market and the water, with coffee shop/cafe on the premises and restaurant and bar steps away. The people at the front desk were delightful and extremely helpful. The Moore looks to be popular with backpackers and travelers like me, who appreciate the casual, genuine, budget friendly atmosphere of the local non-chain hotel. Four of us stayed there and we all hope to return next year.
Price quoted was $288, but ended up being charged $400.
location was right in the down town, front desk was very friendly
no breakfast, no air condition, no hot shower, must I go on
As frequent traveller, I routinely identify and check escape routes in hotels. In particular, if the room is located above the second floor. My room was located at the 7th floor of this 112-year old historical building with lots of wooden structures, carpets and textile decorations in the corridors. On the 7th floor, the northern fire exit from the corridor to Virginia Street is blocked. The fire exit window is stuck and impossible to open. In case of emergency, the escaping guests will be forced to break the window glass and climb through with an additional risk of severe bleedings from cutting injuries. The metal fire ladder outside the stuck window is only accessible with difficulties due to a scaffold placed on the landing and ladder. The scaffold blocks the escape route and obstructs free and fast passage, thus posing an additional risk of falling or being pushed from the platform by escaping guests fleeing from smoke and fire. Finally, the exit and escape route is not marked clearly in the 7th floor corridors. From one side the EXIT sign is barely visible due to low hanging lamps, from the other side (rooms No. 726-730); there is no EXIT sign at all. In addition, our room was not fitted with an emergency escape/evacuation plan, as it is custom in most hotels. After the above findings, I gently approached the front desk employee to point out the problems on the 7th floor. His answer was “In case of a fire you can just use another emergency exit”. “… and if my escape route to the other exit is blocked by fire, what do I do then?”, I replied. “I’ll let my manager know”, he concluded. Not surprisingly and sadly, nothing happened within next 36 hours. A serious safety issue was ignored and no feed-back was provided. The lack of attention to the serious security breach continued.
It’s close to the water and it’s nice that there’s a coffee shop downstairs.
The building was a little too old for me. I felt like the bathroom needed some updating as well as the room itself. When things are run down they look dirty to me.
With a stay at The Moore Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Seattle, steps from Moore Theater and 2 minutes by foot from Seattle Waterfront. Featured amenities include a 24-hour front desk, multilingual staff, and luggage storage.
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Most popular landmarks
- Pike Place Market 154 m
- Seattle Art Museum 0,5 km
- Benaroya Hall 0,5 km
- Seattle Waterfront 0,7 km
- Seattle Public Library-Central Library 0,8 km
- Columbia Center 1,1 km
|Seattle Lake Union Spb||1,8 km|
|Seattle King County/Boeing||8,9 km|
|Seattle (Ferry - Pier 69), Washington||0,9 km|
|Seattle (King St. Station), Washington||1,7 km|