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Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle4 Stars
2125 Terry Avenue Seattle WA 98121
Pan Pacific Hotel is positioned on Terry Avenue in Seattle, Washington, six miles to King County International Airport/Boeing Field. Tourists can take snapshots with the Fremont Troll and hang out at the Original Starbucks.
The boutique hotel offers tastefully furnished rooms and suites equipped with up-to-date amenities like high-speed wireless Internet access, cable 50-inch LCD TV and iHome dock. Some units have lounge area and dining room.
Seastar Restaurant and Raw Bar at Pan Pacific Seattle Hotel serves sumptuous seafood specialties and other culinary delicacies. Patrons relax while sipping drinks at the lobby bar.
Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle provides town car service for convenience. The plush hotel also has several meeting rooms that can accommodate business and social functions of up to 200 people. To unwind at the smoke-free hotel, visitors can dip in the whirlpool or sweat out at the 24-hour gym and sauna.
- 24 km to the International Airport (Seattle-Tacoma)
- Banquet Facilities
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Business Centre
- Internet Access - High Speed
- Spa / Wellness Centre
- Disabled Facilities
- Pets Allowed
- Colour TV
- Internet Access
- Wireless Internet Access
Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle Guest Reviews (6)
I will preface this review by saying that I would absolutely stay at this hotel again, with my family of 4. A concern that we had about the hotel: the bathroom has an open "window" (there's no glass) that looks out into the living area. If you don't close the privacy screen, then anyone in the living area (including your kids!) will have a full view into the bathroom. When closed, the screen doesn't lock and doesn't really buffer any bathroom noise. Other things (good and bad) to consider: - valet parking is $39/day - there is a great grocery store (Whole Foods) under the hotel that has a buffet ... our kids loved the food. - very small refrigerator in the room (it's the minibar, which you can ask to be emptied). - no microwave, but available upon request - not really walking distance to attractions, but comfortably close if you have a car. - all of the staff is absolutely marvelous - also at the base of the hotel is a Starbucks and a great pizzeria ... both of which are super kid-friendly.
JMMM wrote on January 4, 2012
It was a very nice hotel, staff was friendly. Location was excellent.
Hendrik wrote on January 3, 2012
We are from Seattle and stayed at the Pan Pacific during Christmas (just about a mile form our house) to get away for the night. It couldn't have been better. We had one of the simplest rooms, but it was super luxurious. Half the room was taken up by the bathroom, which was fantastic. The spa bathtub was in the middle, with screens separating it from the bed area, so you could watch TV (or look out the giant window) from your bath. The rest of the bath was beautifully tiled , with high quality fixtures and a large shower. We walked downstairs christmas night and got takeout dinner from Whole Foods, and watched Christmas movies on the flatscreen. Sleep was great on the soft but firm bed and pillows. The rest of the hotel is beautifully decorated and has a great gym and huge jacuzzi that could fit 15 people. We will stay there here again.
Violagirl wrote on December 30, 2011
It was a great one night trip. We had dinner at the hotel and it was wonderful. We then walked a short distance to the grocery store for a bottle of wine and some tasty cheese.
Shane54 wrote on November 29, 2011
The Pan Pacific was wonderful! The Whole Foods Market was perfect for stocking up on water, snacks, wine and a quick breakfast before starting our day. We were close to several places to walk, but away from the crazy crowded area closer to the water. If we couldn't walk, it was a small taxi ride away. The staff was very friendly and gave us tons of tips or were to eat, rent bikes, and driving direction for an all day exploring adventure. The rooms were very nice for two people and I loved the bathroom with the sliding wall that allowed you to take a bath while looking out the window or watching TV. It would have been crowded if we had our kids with us though. I even tried the yoga studio 20 feet from the hotel entrance and LOVED it! Note: it's HOT yoga - not regular, so it's a crazy intense 90 minute workout. We would definitely stay at this hotel again, [...].
jandemommy wrote on August 1, 2011
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