Mayflower Park Hotel, Seattle, U S A
This residence is directly connected to the Westlake Centre and its 80 speciality shops and restaurants. Built in 1927, this hotel comprises a total of 160 rooms and was beautifully restored, retaining the atmosphere of a classic European establishment. Crystal chandeliers, lofty ceilings, stained glass windows and fresh flowers contribute to the feeling of old world charm. Lobby antiques include a 1776 grandfather clock and an 1810 English Regency breakfront. The exterior of the building has some of the finest terracotta detailing in Seattle. All guest rooms are tastefully appointed in classic colour schemes and many feature columned headboards and armoires in a traditional Queen Anne style. All come with modern amenities, such as Internet access and individually adjustable heating and air conditioning.
YES Disability-friendly bathroom, YES Wheelchair-accessible, NO Smoking rooms, Hairdryer, Bathrobes, Wi-fi, Internet access, TV, Cable TV, Alarm clock, Tea and coffee making facilities, Centrally regulated air conditioning, Safe, Wake-up service, Extra beds on demand, Cot on demand .Hotel Type
NO Small pets allowed (under 5 kg)*, NO Large pets allowed (over 5 kg)*, NO Wheelchair-accessible, NO Car park*, NO Garage*, 24-hour reception, Room service, Laundry service, Launderette, Multilingual staff, Currency exchange facilities, Lift access, Gym, Newspapers, Bar, Restaurant, Conference room, Business centre . (*)indicates this is Locally ChargeableBuilding Facilities
NO Connecting rooms ., Year of construction (1927), Year of most recent renovation (2009), Total number of rooms (160), Number of floors (main building) (12), Single rooms (112), Double rooms (20), Junior suites (2), Suites (26), Disability-friendly rooms (3)
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