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Hotel Deca Seattle3 Stars
4507 Brooklyn Avenue North East Seattle WA 98105
Hotel Deca is situated in the centre of the University District in Seattle, within convenient access to Seattle Lake Union Airport. Vacationers can marvel at notable collections at Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture and see interesting artworks at Henry Art Gallery.
All 158 rooms and three penthouse suites boast chic contemporary decor and modern comforts like 32-inch flat-panel TV, iHome iPod dock station, DVD player and safe deposit box. Some units come with a full-size sofa bed.
Diners at Deca Hotel feast on succulent Pacific, Southwest, Mediterranean and local dishes at District Lounge on site. Enjoy cocktails and wines at the lounge.
Hotel Deca Seattle has flexible conference and banquet space that can handle up to 270 delegates. During on-site leisure, guests can work out at the fitness centre. The hotel also provides wireless Internet access.
- NOTICE: Parking Cost increased from $13.00 to $15.00
- Banquet Facilities
- Internet Access - Wireless
- Spa / Wellness Centre
- Business Centre
- Conference Facilities
- Non-Smoking Rooms
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Parking Facilities
- Cable / Satellite TV
- Internet Access
- DVD Player
- Microwave Oven
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Pay-per-view Movies
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
Hotel Deca Seattle Guest Reviews (5)
Good location in university district for buses and cafes. You can get in and out without having to go downtown and dice with the traffic. Comfortable beds and pillows.
Two travelers wrote on August 15, 2012
Everything was expected. There is no reason to stay anywhere else when attending an event in the U-district
Capestrong wrote on November 24, 2011
Had to book a week long visit on very late notice, many hotels could not accommodate my travel dates. Hotel DECA did and at a price that was far more reasonable for the quality of the hotel as compared to similar hotels downtown. For being just a few miles north of downtown with easy public transit options to and from this hotel worked out nicely. Room was clean and modern looking with updated amenities.
LPS01 wrote on September 16, 2011
Walking into the hotel you feel like youve stepped into a Picasso painting. From the crushed blue velvet lined wallpaper in the elevator to the stunning wire sculptures in the lounge its a feast for your eyes. The rooms are just as aesthetic as well. I was pretty excited about the extra large complimentary bottles of bamboo shampoo,conditioner, and body wash that were provided for use. I was put up on the 9th floor in a single room which had a gorgeous side view of the space needle. The staff were extremely friendly and informative and the coffee shop connected was pretty good. There were times that I could hear people through the walls but it wasn't anything that interfered with my sleep schedule. They also give you ear plugs in case you need them. I did not.
Single White Female wrote on July 7, 2011
The hotel staff was GREAT! They were extremely friendly and ready to help with anything you needed. Lot of homeless/mentally ill people around outside, but it's the U-District, so what are ya gonna do? Two minor things---We constantly had to mess with the cords in the back of the TV to get a clear picture, and the water pressure in the shower was horrible. All in all, stayed two nights and had a great, relaxing stay.
Anonymous wrote on July 30, 2008
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