|Description||The Ace Hotel serves as the ultimate lodging for the urban nomad on a mission of experience. Guests of the Ace find themselves in stylish accommodations that combine sleek, 21st Century futurism with the classic flavor and affordability of European lodging, all in an historic Belltown building. The Ace's 28 rooms feature loft like ceilings, hardwood floors, and a single sink & vanity in each room. Half the hotel features custom private bathrooms or, for the budget minded traveler, there are European rooms with shared bathrooms. A stay at Ace Hotel places the in town visitor sensibly and economically within blocks of Pike Place Market and Seattle's ever growing network of art galleries, retail stores, and restaurants. This is a small hotel and its modest size enables the staff to "get to know" their guests which makes for a fun, intimate experience. |
The Standard guest room is an immaculate white room with single bed in the hostel style. Many have brick walls, all come with hardwood floors and Zen sheen. Shared bathrooms are down the hall. Stylish and affordable, these are the most Spartan of accommodations offered by the Ace, but they're still pretty Martian. Equipped with single sink and vanity. The Deluxe category are wide, tall white rooms, with hardwood floors and carefully considered decor. Some overlook Elliot Bay and the Olympic Mountains in the distance. Private bathrooms are located behind Green Hornet type secret invisible doors, blended into the white tiled walls. Bathrooms are spacious and immaculate. Bedrooms come stocked with fresh flowers, thoughtful accessories, and the spacey Úlan of a distant future.
All guestrooms have a different layout and the standard rooms have shared baths and low platform beds.