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The Inn at Virginia Mason

1,179 reviews
+1 206-583-6453

Top Amenities

Free Wifi
Bar or Lounge
Business Center

Rooms Near First Hill Medical Facilities at The Inn at Virginia Mason

What Do the Rooms Include?

All 79 rooms offer free wireless Internet access, a 32-inch flat screen TV with premium cable channels, and an overhead heating and air cooling system. A Keurig coffee maker, telephone, and in-room safe are also included. Room service is available during regular meal hours. Crib/infant beds and rollaway beds are available upon request for an additional fee.

What Amenities/Features are Available?

This hotel features a beautiful rooftop terrace and garden that offer panoramic city views. A business center is available in the lobby, which includes scanning and fax services with access to computers and printers. Laundry valet service is also provided. Self-parking is available nearby for an additional charge.

How Much Will a Stay at The Inn at Virginia Mason Cost?

Room rates start at $239 per night.

What Activities are Popular Near The Inn at Virginia Mason?

This hotel is within walking distance of downtown and is in a pedestrian-friendly neighborhood. Virginia Mason Hospital is located just outside the hotel and the Metro station is just a block away on Boren Ave. Other points of interest that are within 10 minutes away by car include Washington State Convention Center, St. James Cathedral, Seattle University, Frye Art Museum, and 5th Avenue Theater.

What's the Bottom Line?

Travelers looking for Seattle hotels while touring the city, especially for medical reasons, will find that The Inn at Virginia Mason is the perfect place. Guests can enjoy a comfortable stay in addition to the hotel's convenient location to all points of interest in the city.

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1006 Spring Street
Seattle, WA 98104
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User Highlights
Overall Guest Score
"Staff was excellent" "Front desk was very personable"
98% found the staff to be very friendly.
85% thought the service was very professional.
"Delicious dinner" "Great, inexpensive cafeteria"
Only 65% were satisfied with the menu.
82% were happy with the price.
"Close to some great eating" "Close to sights"
Not enough parking facilities, according to 71%.
Easily accessible by car, said 95%.
Bar and Beverages
"Bartenders excellent"
Value for money
"Great, inexpensive cafeteria" "Steep hills"
82% were happy with the price.
62% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"A/c didn't work properly" "Climate control terrible"
79% thought rooms were spacious.
75% said the beds were comfortable.
"Old fashioned alarm clock" "Walls were very thin"
79% thought rooms were spacious.
75% said the beds were comfortable.
"No complimentary breakfast" "No breakfast"
62% said the breakfast was too expensive.
"Wireless internet needs a lot of work" "Slow internet"
84% said the wifi quality was bad.
100% thought it was a great value.

Good to know...

Good accessibility by car
AC needs updating
Hotel could use some updating
Spacious rooms
Expert Reviews
Despite the fact that most guests are here because of the hospital, the hotel is a good choice for vacationers as well.
It’s a good option for those who want to be near downtown yet prefer a quieter locale. The 79 rooms are comfortable and spacious, if somewhat utilitarian.
DK Eyewitness
Owned by the nearby Virginia Mason Hospital this 1920s-era inn entices visitors with wood-burning fireplaces in some rooms, a rooftop café, and excellent city views from residential First Hill.