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Motels in Seattle

Discussion in 'Holland America Line' started by Doug44, Aug 2, 2002.

  1. Doug44

    Doug44 Guest

    Any recommendations on a nice motel with reasonable rates near Pier 91 where we board the Amsterdam in Seattle? We are arriving a day early and want to be as close as possible...thanks in advance!
     
  2. peaches

    peaches Guest

    I'm afraid you will find accomodations in the waterfront/pier/downtown area of Seattle to be quite expensive, though everyone's idea of 'reasonable' is different. My favorite waterfront hotel is the Edgewater, so you might want to check it out their site and see if it would be a possibility for you. Downtown, which is close by, are many of the standard chain hotels. There may be some smaller less expensive motels that I am not familiar with and hopefully someone who lives in Seattle will reply.
     
  3. Stargazerm31

    Stargazerm31 Guest

    No I don't know on this. I always try and use priceline when I book hotels in Ft. Lauderdale and in Miami when I cruise there. Usually get a good hotel and the best pricing.
     
  4. The Edgewater has the best location.

    The best hotel, IMO, is the new Elliott Grand Hyatt. It was incredible in every way - the minute we drove up, they called us by name, knew how long we were staying, and pampered us like there was no tomorrow. But, the price was definitely more than what you'd pay at the Edgewater. We did get it for $200 off the regular rates with a AAA discount and then were upgraded to a corner suite $800 for free.

    There's an Old Spaghetti Factory across from the Edgewater and it's a great place to get a delicious inexpensive Italian dinner before your cruise.
     
  5. Suzie

    Suzie Guest

    We got the Hyatt for $50/night on priceline, and yes, it was fabulous. Good luck.
     

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