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Panama Hotel

1,227 reviews
Located in Seattle's Historic District this hotel features an onsite café. Pike Place Fish Market and the Seattle Arts Museum are within 20 minutes' walk of this Seattle hotel. Free Wi-Fi is offered in all rooms.Offering free bath toiletries as well as complimentary bottled water every room includes bathrobes and access to a shared bathroom at Panama Hotel. Sinks are in all rooms. There are separate men's and women's bathrooms provided in the hall.A free continental breakfast is provided to all guests daily at Hotel Panama. The Panama Hotel Tea and Coffee House offer a restaurant and full bar onsite.Kobo at Higo Gallery and Wing Luke Museum are within 5 minutes' walk of Hotel Panama. Sea-Tac Airport is 20 minutes' drive away from Panama Hotel.
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International District
605 1/2 South Main Street
Seattle, WA 98104
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User Highlights
"Amazing restaurant" "Amazing pastry"
Yummy desserts, said 83%.
100% were happy with the price.
"To shops along the way" "Close to light rail"
99% thought it was easy to get to the train station.
Not enough parking facilities, according to 57%.
"There were no eggs" "Good continental breakfast"
96% were happy with the price of the breakfast.
"Helpfull staff" "Chaotic checking in"
81% found the staff to be very friendly.
Management was excellent, said 78%.
"Very old building" "Torn carpets"
62% thought the building wasn't nice.
97% complained about the elevator.
"Toilet area was small" "Carpet was old"
63% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.
76% complained about the bathroom.
"Toilet area was small" "Dirty sheets"
63% didn't like the uncomfortable beds.
86% said rooms were small.
"There is no internet" "No computers"
92% said the wifi quality was bad.

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Shower can be a problem
Hotel buildings could use some improvement
Wifi quality could be improved
Bathroom could be optimized
Expert Reviews
DK Eyewitness
Sabro Ozasa, a Japanese architect and graduate of the UW, built this hotel in 1910. Since then, it has housed Japanese immigrants, Alaskan fisherman, and international...
Located in the Old Japan Town section of the International District, this historic European-style hotel gained its most recent fame with a starring role in Jamie Ford's novel, "Hotel on...
Not For Tourists
You have to share a bathroom, but other than that, it's pretty cool.