Walll Stret Inn - Seattle

Old Jan 29th, 2002, 06:14 AM
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Walll Stret Inn - Seattle

I was interested in the Wall Street Inn, Seattle WA for a stay this coming summer. However, I am a pretty light sleeper and I have read there is a bar downstairs from the B&B. Has anyone that stayed there been kept up by the noise? What is the noise like and what time does the music go to?

Thanks is advance for the replies.
Old Jan 29th, 2002, 09:10 AM
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Old Jan 29th, 2002, 11:58 AM
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I have never stayed here but it is right over the Pampas Club and El Gaucho. The area itself is generally loud. Bars are open until 2AM.

There is a review and comments here:

Old Jan 29th, 2002, 01:19 PM
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Unfortunately I wasn't able to read your question (some temporary problem), but we stayed there in October and would do it again in a minute! The location is great, as were the restaurants nearby, the owners were wonderful, and the place is really comfortable. They serve a nice breakfast of quiche, fruit, etc. The rooms are large - and NOT like hotel rooms. Ours was #7, with big windows, one on the corner, looking down Wall Street to the water (The Edgewater is at the bottom of the hill.) You won't be disappointed with any aspect of the Wall Street Inn. And take the owners' recommendations for restaurants - we loved Lush Life. Let me know if I can answer any other questions (not having read your original one!)
Old Jan 30th, 2002, 05:16 AM
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Colleen, could you please tell me a little more about the Wall Street Inn? Also will have children with us. My main concern is the noise factor and the bars staying open until 2am in that area.

Thanks in advance!
Old Jan 30th, 2002, 11:13 AM
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Topping for me.
Old Jan 30th, 2002, 11:57 PM
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Since you felt the need to top this for yourself. Did you read what Wendy wrote and the link that she provided? It's in Belltown - that's a very popular party part of Seattle. If you're travelling with 2 kids and she already provided you with the information about the area as well as a review, then why would you ask again?

Sorry if this sounds at all short; it's not meant to be, but it sounds like you've made up your mind and when you're given "objective" information and don't like it you want to seek out other information. Wendy is usually honest about things here in Seattle. The fact that she went the "extra mile" to provide you further information is, IMO, more than gracious.

If you're travelling with children and concerned about noise (legit concern), you may want to look at the eastside - there are many nice hotels that are very kid-friendly and very quiet as well.

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