Hotel Max


  • Cool artwork
  • Late check-out time available
  • Nice staff


  • Tiny rooms
  • No views
  • Traffic noise and thin walls
  • Older and larger travelers may not be comfortable here

Published 04/05/2016

Fodor's Review

Sassy and art-forward, the Hotel Max (for "Maximalism") blends artsy decor with punchy minimalism for an architect-office effect—though one with cushy trimmings. The work of local photographers is hung in the public spaces and paintings by local artists decorate the gray walls of the guest rooms—though accent colors like an orange bedspread or a red cushion save rooms from being drab. The downside to the Max is that most of the rooms are quite small—owing more to the constraints of being in an historic building than to tenets of minimalism—and bathrooms have little counter space.

Hotel Information


620 Stewart St., Seattle, Washington, 98101, United States

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866-833–6299; 866-833–6299

Hotel Details:

  • 163 rooms
  • Rate includes: No meals

Published 04/05/2016


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