x The average starting price for a place to stay in Seattle is £112 per night.
cindydn Very big bathrooms. The dormroom was big, the dormbeds new but a little bit unstable (if youwant to climb in the top bed). The breakfast was good although the pineapple taqsted a little bit weird :-s overall nice and clean and friendly staff
Jaxquie This hostel is in the best location! Right accross the road from Pike Market. The staff are friendly and helpful, and organise some fun events for the guests. Free breakfast every day is AMAZING and free dinner 3 times a week is also a bonus - not many hostels provide this! I only had a couple of small gripes which where the noise from the street (but with the location it can't be helped!) and there are a few weirdos that stay there, but aside from that has been an awesome pleasant stay!
110 6th Ave NExcellent 90%
TheSophist This is one of the best hostels that I have ever stayed in worldwide! The staff was AMAZING, the facilities were clean and cared-for, the location was outstanding, and the overall vibe was sssooo chill. If you are looking for a clean, cheap, fun hostel, this is the place for you. I will have pictures and video of the hostel up on my Travellers Point blog soon, so be on the look-out! On a side note, the total that I was given when I booked through Travellers Point was slightly less than what it actually cost. Apparently, the 9.5% room tax is not collected until check-in. This is in no way a negative aspect of the hostel, it is just something to be aware of when booking. [UPDATED: 2/25/2011]
oldqt This is a good value. The location is on two busy streets, so it is noisy. That didn't bother me too much but I would not want to stay there if I had to leave the windows open. However, the location is very convienent, close to downtown, the Space Needle, restaurants. stores, and public transit. It's not a fancy hotel at all, but it's clean and decent. There's a nice little park across the street. The hot tub is great, there's free wireless, and they give you a newspaper every morning. The breakfasts were the only thing I would complain about. Yuck. However, the food was no worse than at comparable hotels with free breakfasts. Also, there are mini-fridges and microwaves in the room, so you can pick up groceries (Whole Foods is 2 blocks away) and make your own breakfast. The staff at the Loyal Inn were wonderful; I can't say enough good things about them.
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