Fairmont Olympic Seattle
We arrived to the Fairmont Olympic Hotel to a busy scene. Quite a few people arriving for checkins or waiting for rides to leave the property. We were properly greeted by the bellman after pulling up in our Chevy Tahoe. Our driver and bellman grabbed our bags.
Once inside there is a ground level seating area but the actually lobby and checkin desk are upstairs one level. We took the escalator up (there are elevators too of course) and the lobby was teaming with activity of people meeting up or checking or talking with the concierge’s. After a about a five minute wait we were welcomed to the checkin desk.
Second floor checkin desk and floral arrangement in lobby
The young woman checking us in was courteous and professional. After only a few moments we were on our way to our room, only the front desk agent forgot to put our room number on the key and we forgot what room she told us we were in verbally. I stoped back to the desk where she apologized and wrote down the room number, 356 which is a Signature Executive Suite.
We found our room on the third floor quickly. Upon entrance I thought the room to be quite nice and fairly spacious (450 square feet or so according to the hotel website). Off to the right is a hallway leading to the bathroom which is just past the closet and mini bar area.
The bathroom was nice but a separate tub and shower would have been welcomed. We only give our baby a bath in dedicated tubs.
Everything was functional in the bathroom and the shower pressure and temperature were fine. High quality LeLabo bath amenities were found on the sink counter and in the shower.
LE LABO bathroom amenities at Fairmont Olympic Seattle
I would be amiss if I didn’t mention that I thought the towels could have been a tad thicker. I think they should step up there game in that department.
The main living area of the room was nice and where we spent most of our time in the room when not sleeping. It consisted of a couch and chair surrounding a coffee table.
Also a nice flat screen TV was wall mounted opposite the couch.
The other side of the room had a desk and the room phone.
Off of the main living rom was the bedroom which was somewhat small but housed a king bed and two night stands. The flat screen TV was also wall mounted across from the bed.
There was a sliding door for privacy but we decided to bring in our babies crib next to the bed and there was plenty space for that too.
I did notice a large unsightly stain on my side of the bed (of course). I thought about calling house keeping to have them bring in new sheets but decided I would just let it go for the night and sleep away from it.
A nice gesture I thought was a nice amenity kit for our baby that was in his crib. Complete with baby shampoo and soaps and a little stuffed animal. I don’t often see that in hotels and was appreciated (even though we didn’t end up using it).
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For our few nights in Seattle we found the hotel to be very comfortable. The location was nice. I was able to take the baby out in the stroller in the mornings when my wife was busy with work. We didn’t have to walk far to find points of interest.
We didn’t find ourselves eating very much at the property but I did have breakfast one morning pre-conference and I thought they had a nice spread for attendees to select from.
In summary, we had a very nice stay. Overall this property is a nice luxury hotel in the heart of Seattle. Good, comfortable hard product and nice location with friendly service. We would certainly enjoy a return visit and would recommend the property for future visitors to Seattle.
No points were used for used for this stay. My spouses employer paid for the stay as it was for work purposes.
Questions and comments are welcome.