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Inn at Virginia Mason

1006 Spring St, Seattle, WA 98104-1216
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#80 of 117 hotels in Seattle
The Historic Inn at Virginia Mason welcomes you with style and warm hospitality. Nestled in the quiet residential neighborhood of First Hill, not only is the Inn at Virginia Mason convenient to First Hill medical facilities it is just a short walk from downtown Seattle shopping, the financial district and the Convention Center. Tastefully designed and reasonably priced rooms await your arrival. Select Suites feature wood burning fireplaces, whirlpool baths and city views.
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Paid public parking nearby
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Golf course
Business Centre with Internet Access
Baggage storage
Non-smoking hotel
24-hour front desk
Vending machine
Express check-in / check-out
Dry cleaning
Laundry service
Self-serve laundry
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English, Spanish


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79Restaurantswithin 0.5 km
15Attractionswithin 0.5 km
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_hattlimo wrote a review Jun 2020
Wapato, Washington2 contributions
My sisters and I stayed at the Inn for three nights, one was there for surgery at Virginia Mason Hospital. The Inn is conveniently located adjacent to the hospital. It was quiet and clean (This was during the Covid shutdown). Our Junior Queen Suite was roomy enough that we all had our own space. Three large windows let in lots of light. The beds were very comfortable, the linens clean. We had a very comfortable couch, table and chairs as well as micro and mini fridge. The bathroom was very large, the shower wonderful. Parking is very close. The staff was very friendly and accommodating - it's clear they take pride in working at this Inn. The elevator was in the process of being repaired, so we used the service elevator, which was very serviceable and fast enough. The manager was very friendly, explaining the history of Inn and of the Baroness across the street; this is a historic district of Seattle. We walked the streets to see some of beautiful old buildings in the area, just wish we'd had enough time to make it down to the waterfront which is (I think) only about 9 blocks away. We all decided we will come back and stay again, just to take in the sights. It's a value for the location, cleanliness, and comfort it provides. Well done!
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Date of stay: June 2020
Room Tip: Room facing the Baroness Hotel had good light, was quiet
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Joan H wrote a review Feb 2020
Pasadena, California20 contributions5 helpful votes
I will start this tale with a note that after the events related below, they made the majority of my stay complementary. The hotel is quite elderly and is half of a pair with the Baroness, across the street. The main elevator was out, so we had to go to a service elevator in a dark stairwell. The rooms are small and dated but the first night was ok for the price.The fun began on my first full day when I came back from a conference and discovered I didn't have my key. I went down to the front desk to get another one, and they told me I had checked out the previous night(?!) Furthermore they had packed up all my stuff (clothes had been hanging up, etc) and locked them up in the housekeeping closet. They told me I would not be able to get any of my clothes, toiletries or anything else until the next morning! And then it turned out the hotel was full, so they sent me across the street with just the clothes I had on and my backpack to the Baroness, which is even older. The next morning the desk staff did not know what I was talking about when I came to get my suitcase. Eventually housekeeping came in, notes from the previous night were found (contradictory in details) and my suitcase appeared with all but my toothbrush in it, but it was a pretty uncomfortable night. They had my cell number, but no one called to see why all my stuff was in the room. The explanation was that someone *else* had checked out and said they were in (my room number) and caused all the confusion to start.
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Date of stay: February 2020
The Islander2 wrote a review Jan 2020
10 contributions2 helpful votes
This is a hotel for the convenience and comfort of persons either undergoing treatment at the hospital or their companions and families. It is older, probably dating to the 20s or so. The rooms are small, the bathrooms are small but functional, and the beds are comfortable. We have stayed here six times, overnight, since July of 2019. The staff have always been kind and accommodating to our needs. This is a hotel for an "in, sleep, get up and go," use, and is perfect for that purpose. It is not a resort hotel, nor is it a tourist stop. It fills a very specific need for persons who need that niche filled, and does it very well. It is true that "modernization could be achieved, and it appears that repainting and updating is going on, albeit gradually. For its specific purposes, the assistance of persons involved with patients or treatment at Virginia Mason Hospital needing overnight accommodations, it is first rate and remarkably reasonable in its pricing. We recommend it highly, bearing in mind the caveats above.
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Date of stay: July 2019
Trip type: Travelled on business
travelerwmmary wrote a review Nov 2019
Bremerton, Washington277 contributions54 helpful votes
The peaceful and serene atmosphere here after a grueling freeway ride to get to the hospital was most welcome. The coffee was excellent. Menu choices were very appealing. We chose oatmeal and it was served with a mixture of moistened dried prunes, raisins and apricots as well as brown sugar. Service was excellent. A perfect start to a full day of tests at Virginia Mason.
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Date of stay: November 2019
DaisyM wrote a review Aug 2019
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Our travel agent picked this hotel for uses it was our Mother/Daughter trip so we trusted her. The first thing we noticed is there is no one to help us carry our luggage up some stairs to the checkin counter and we made the comment, that if we were older their were no handicap ramps. It is very old and the checkout counter was a portable counter behind a small wall, which seemed like a make-shift solution. Most employees were nice and helpful. With that being said the elevator was extremely small, so if you had a lot of luggage one person at a time would have to go up. As far as the room, once again dated, clean but the photos shown on the website make it appear to be brighter and newer than it is. The bathroom was not bright like the photo shown, it had pink tile and an old tub for the bathroom (see photo), so a little surprised it didn't match the photo online. Furniture placed in front of doors as if the room had been pieced together. We didn't have a bath rug just a towel and sometimes we would have wash clothes and sometimes not, it was random, nothing constant. The hotel is right next to a hospital so you literally are looking at sick people when you look out the window and you hear the ambulance coming and going. The room temp was not controllable, no microwave or refrigerator, no pool, no breakfast or other amenities you would expect for at $250+ a night "deluxe" room. We could hear our neighbors talking till 1am, so the walls are thin. If you plan to walk to the tourist sites, expect a long steep hike. This hotel is on a steep incline and we walked everywhere, so it's not the best location if you have knee or back problems. I am enclosing a photo as our taxi was taking us to the airport our last day. Overall, I would not stay here again due to the out of date accommodations and lack of amenities for the price given.
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Date of stay: August 2019
Room Tip: Not placed near elevator or ice machines, hospitals or main roads, higher floor.
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Frequently Asked Questions about Inn at Virginia Mason
Which popular attractions are close to Inn at Virginia Mason?
Nearby attractions include Starbucks Reserve Roastery Seattle (0.5 km), Saint James Cathedral (0.3 km), and Frye Art Museum (0.4 km).
What are some of the property amenities at Inn at Virginia Mason?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and room service.
What food & drink options are available at Inn at Virginia Mason?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant during their stay.
Is parking available at Inn at Virginia Mason?
Yes, paid public parking nearby is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Inn at Virginia Mason?
Conveniently located restaurants include Stateside, MOD Pizza, and Vito's.
Is Inn at Virginia Mason located near the city centre?
Yes, it is 0.6 km away from the centre of Seattle.
Are any cleaning services offered at Inn at Virginia Mason?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Inn at Virginia Mason?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and Spanish.
Are there any historical sites close to Inn at Virginia Mason?
Many travellers enjoy visiting King Street Station (1.3 km), West Point Lighthouse (7.9 km), and Kurt Cobain's Seattle House (3.5 km).
Is Inn at Virginia Mason accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access. For specific enquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.