Renaissance Seattle Hotel

515 Madison Street, Seattle, WA 98104
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  • kc5cbt Aug 24, 2011

    This hotel meets most of the expected requirements, but I was disappointed with the Elite Member's lounge. The food was average but service was poor. The internet was a bit slow, and the HDMI input in the room didn't work properly. The location is great as long as you don't bring a car. I have been much happier with the SeaTac Marriott.

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  • Someguy Oct 30, 2008

    Waiter in Lounge pretty dense Nice hotel, until you get the waiter in the lounge that doesn't know the specials, drink options, or pretty much anything about the service industry. Some guy in his mid to late 20s, he is going nowhere, fast.

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  • Beth Mar 27, 2010

    Very pleased! Here for a conference. I ended up recieving a lot of perks from Visa, our conference, etc.,that I normally never get when traveling. I think I was just lucky but it was really nice. Visa gift card promotion netted me 2 gift cards! I could walk everywhere. I used the gym, ate in the restaurant/lounge. Housekeeping was great. All staff to be credited.

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  • Myriam Oct 25, 2010

    Best hotel in town Before I made a reservation I read all the reviews and I was a little skeptical. However, we were staying with Marriott Rewards points and the Marriott downtown didn't have any rooms. We decided to bite the bullet and stay at the Renaissance. As rewards members we were upgraded to a room in the 23rd floor with marvelous water and mountains views. The room itself was very nice and clean with lots of space. The fitness room was a little crowded but not bad for a hotel. We didn't use the pool because we forgot our bathing suits but it looks like a very nice pool to relax at the end of the day. Every one was very nice and polite during our stay. When we asked, the valet parking attendant suggested that we park our car on the street to avoid the hotel parking fee since parking on the street is free on the weekends. There was never an issue with extra towels and toiletries. Some people have complained about the location. We didn't experience any noise and the walk was a pleasant walk. The walk is uphill but we find it invigorating, great way to exercise. For those that have problems walking, there is taxi service outside the hotel. The hotel room rates are a little high but I would stay here again even if we don't have enough points for a free night.

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  • Kelly Apr 29, 2011

    My husband & I made our reservation online. When we arrived, the outside of the building looked like it could use an update. From the moment I walked in I was pleasantly surprised! Our clean spacious room with nice touches was on the 20th floor with a great city view, perfect value for the $140/night! Also close to the monorail & Pikes Market. Very satisfied :)

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The Renaissance Seattle, Washington Hotel Is Conveniently Located In Downtown Near Centurylink And Safeco Fields, Pike Place Market And Upscale Shopping.
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