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Wheelchair Accessibility Comments

  • This beautiful boutique hotel is lovely and located at Seattle’s famous Pike’s Place Market. It is ideal if you wish to enjoy the market or visit Post Alley, which is charming as well.
  • There are only 3 accessible guest rooms but they are beautiful. In September 2018 we stayed in room 404 which was spacious, nicely decorated and very comfortable. There is a huge accessible bathroom with a well designed roll-in shower which has an attached pull down bench seat and reachable shower controls. No shower lip. You can also easily roll under the sink.
  • During our visit we ate dinner at Matt’s in the Market and went to the Can Can showing. Both are located within a half-block in Pike Place Market and are accessible with a well hidden elevator along 1st Avenue. Ask for directions.
  • WARNING: Difficult wheelchair access. The hotel is located on Pine street which is a dangerously steep hill. They have valet only parking and the drop off spot in front of the hotel is really, really steep.
  • NOTE: This charming hotel property would normally receive a much higher rating, however the front entrance accessibility challenge downgrades it to a WJAR 2. If you are traveling with an able bodied person who’s willing to help on the steep hills, this property is fabuloius.
  • When you visit Pike Place Market or Post Alley you will definitely need someone with you holding your wheelchair to avoid flying down the hill.
  • WARNING: Entrance from 1st Avenue is permanently locked. You can obtain a temporary key from front desk for access after you check-in which makes access to first avenue much easier.
  • No restaurants or breakfast at the hotel, although you are surrounded by many, many fine and casual eating establishments for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • NOTE: I visited a couple non-ADA rooms: Room 406 was very spacious including a spacious bathroom. The bathroom door opening is about 25 inches and I could easier enter in my manual wheelchair. Room 409 was much smaller – both the room and bathroom with a bathroom door opening at about 25 inches. Both these rooms had tub showers.

Hotel Overview Accessibility

Step Free Entrance

Wide Doorway Entrance

Steep Grade or Steps at Entrance

Accessible Restroom in Hotel Lobby

Hotel Guest Room Accessibility

I Booked a WC Accessible Room

Wide Clearance Around Bed (min 36 inches)

Hotel Bathroom Accessibility

Step Free Access

Wide Clearance to Shower & Toilet (min 36 in)

Dining Accessibility

Accessible Breakfast Room

Accessible Dinner Restaurant and Bar

Parking Accessibility

Valet Parking

Other

Small Hydraulic WC Lift Needed to Access Dining/Other

Additional Details

  • WJAR Rating:2
  • Hotel Star Rating:4
  • Hotel Quality Star Rating:4.7
  • Total # of Hotel Rooms:
  • # of W/C Accessible Guestrooms:3
  • # of Rooms with Roll-in Showers:3
  • Estimated Price:195
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