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Hotel Deca

At a Glance


  • trendiest hotel in the U-District
  • inexpensive on-site parking
  • close to campus
  • great views


  • small bathrooms
  • expensive for the area
  • guests say service is variable

Fodorite Reviews

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Hotel Deca Review

Within blocks of the University of Washington, this 1931 property has been restored to its original art-deco elegance. Guest rooms are done in a modern-meets-deco style: Sky Level rooms have great views of the Cascades and the skyline to boot. The elegant District Lounge restaurant serves a mix of tasty comfort dishes, snacks, and upscale Pacific Northwest cuisine. A popular choice for Seattle International Film Festival participants, guests staying during the fest might even catch a glimpse of independent film stars at the bar. Note that a remodel is scheduled for 2013 and some rooms may be unavailable.

    Hotel Details

  • 155 rooms, 3 suites
  • Rate includes no meals.
  • Credit cards accepted.
Updated: 01-24-2013

Fodorite Reviews

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    Hotel Deca Review

    This hotel is misrepresented: it does NOT include free parking, and does NOT include a continental breakfast. The restoration is superficial only in the public areas, which are dark and uncomfortable. Our room was less than 200 sqft, with cracking paint on its original doors, dim bedside lighting, the bathroom was tiny with 1930's plumbing, no ventilation, no counter space, a cracked and patched toilet tank cover. The elevators are wobbly and slow. Alltogether a bad experience and not worth the price.

    by tonyroder, 5/12/10

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