|Minimum Stay||1 - 3 nights|
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Centrally located on Westlake Avenue between 6th and 7th, this property is walking distance to many of Seattle's most exciting spots, including Pike Place Market! With close proximity to public transportation, gourmet dining, and exciting nightlife, you'll have the ability to explore the city with ease. When you're not out and about enjoying the best of Seattle, take time to check out the amazing amenities, including a fitness center, indoor pool, jacuzzi, yoga room, and sauna.
-2 bedrooms with a king bed, a queen bed, and a pull-out sofa
-2 full bathrooms with shower and tub
-1175 square feet
-Paid parking options within two blocks are available upon request.
-Pike Place Market: 0.5 miles
-Seattle Art Museum: 0.7 miles
-Space Needle: 0.8 miles
-Pacific Science Center: 0.8 miles
-Experience Music Project: 0.8 miles
-Seattle Aquarium: 0.8 miles
-Fully equipped kitchen
-Free wifi and cable tv
-Washer/dryer in the unit
-Ironing board and clothes iron
-Indoor pool and jacuzzi
-Outdoor grill and picnic patio areas
Stay Alfred strives to provide the comforts of home in the heart of several downtown destinations. Our family-friendly properties are in the best locations and always within easy walking distance to many popular attractions. Our dedicated customer service agents are on hand 24/7 and are committed to making sure you have the best stay possible!
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Property Address: 1942 Westlake Ave, Seattle WA 98101
Stay Alfred was founded based on the idea of offering innovative, reliable, and consistent short-term vacation rentals at a price that's affordable, while making booking, checking-in, and checking-out quick, easy, and stress-free. Booking the perfect stay shouldn't feel like taking a shot in the dark. At Stay Alfred, we know that guests prefer accommodations that are straight-forward and stress-free.
Really nice location and well appointed two bedroom. The gym and pool are great. The deck is beautiful but the bar-b-question suck. There is a Wally nice common room with a nice tv and sound system.
We definitely found our stay location well-situated. The rooms were a lovely size and the kitchen very reasonably laid out. In general the furnishings were sufficient to meet our needs but it was evident that some of the furnishings were a bit tired looking (likely due to the active use and turnover of the guests.) It was necessary to do a bit of additional scrubbing on the dining table and some food bits had gotten stuck perhaps during the overall cleaning.
As I was not well enough, we could not take advantage of the pool in the building- which I am sure was our loss- but does remind me to mention that the policy around trading weekends when illness strikes could be reviewed, particularly since my money was already with you, so my commitment was obvious. Since we do not plan to be sick, as it strikes suddenly, being able to notify you and request a change - when an alternate weekend becomes available would really been a boon and likely something others could appreciate as well.
I think that the last thought that I had was that the view we wound up with did not match the picture seen online, which suggests that perhaps the best views go to those who actually own or rent their apartments in the building? It was not a terrible view but we did look right into the working office spaces of the building directly across the street. Perhaps on our next trip, we will be able to see more of the city from our choice of location?
Thank you for assisting us with our birthday weekend. Seattle is a city we enjoy a great deal!! Barb A-Z
NB- tried to edit the section that did not first show up as "not Recommended", as I we do recommend those super things but this online survey would not allow me to make the needed changes.
We have stayed at Metropolitan Tower 3 times before, visiting family in Seattle. It's a high-rise rental apartment building in downtown Seattle, an excellent spot within walking distance of restaurants, shopping and other amenities. The apartment is spacious (we have rented a 2-bedroom unit), and well cared for. The kitchen is equipped with just enough dishes, glassware, pots and pans, etc. to make you feel the unit is a home. Beds are very comfortable. Two minor drawbacks: first, the building's windows face the King County Courthouse, the lights from the windows there are on all night. The windows in the apartment units are fitted with blinds. If you like to sleep in complete darkness, bring eyeshades, because the lights from the courthouse shine in through the slats of the blinds! Secondly, until this rental period, a parking pass to the garage in the building has been included with a fee. This time, the policy was changed and no pass was issued because many renters apparently have not returned these passes when they have checked out of the building. We were not informed of this change by the rental agents beforehand. We had to pay the daily rate for parking, which amounted to a significantly greater amount of money than if we had had the pass. I must add, the rental agents, when contacted by us, were understanding of the situation and did work with us to reduce the charges, because we were unaware of the change in policy.
This was a great place. Few stains on the main entrance of the apartment, however that was the only "issue". The apartment was a great size for three people. Two bathrooms are really great. Amenities such as pool and gym were really great! This was a great location definitely would stay here again if in the area!
Stayed with a business colleague in a 2 Bedroom. Much, much cheaper than the nearby Westin - even if it had only been one of us. Unit was clean and well furbished and remarkably quiet for an apartment building downtown. The checkin was smooth and done by the concierge, so clearly the apartment supports it. Overall a great option.
We were very pleased with the accommodations and the service we received - I would definitely recommend this location and Stay Alfred and would be happy to stay here again!
We came to Seattle for the first time this October with 3 young kids. This condo is in the city near Westlake. Lots of things to do nearby. We slept all kids on the king bed. Adults took the queen. There is a pullout couch if needed. The condo suited our needs fantastically. Quiet. No street noise with windows closed. We used the pool each night. There is a Whole Foods not too far for groceries. The only unusual thing we needed was hand soap. However everything else well stocked. The outdoor patio was below us so we got to enjoy viewing grass/flowers out the window with the city beyond
We enjoyed Pikes Place, Ferry to Bainbridge, Aquarium, the Hiram Locks and a few other spots. The highlight for the kids was eating lunch at the top of the Space Needle. If you can, do it. The local seafood/salmon was out of this world. We will come back for more food and more sites another trip
Only difficulty is parking. Spaces are there but small. It's like that everywhere in Seattle though. We did not try public transit but you could access it fairly easily from the condo.
Bellevue Arts Museum
You can have it all during your stay at the amazing Metropolitan tower property, located in the heart of downtown Seattle! Experience everything that Seattle has to offer: fantastic dining, vibrant nightlife, and exciting family activities. The Metropolitan Tower is a fantastic home base for your perfect Seattle location!
The Metropolitan Tower property is centrally located on Westlake Avenue, between 6th and 7th. Everything you need is within walking distance and Seattle’s excellent public transit makes it easy to explore all of the city’s wonderful neighborhoods.