Overview of Kimpton Alexis Hotel
As you traverse the city of Seattle, you'll stumble upon Kimpton Alexis Hotel. Kimpton Alexis Hotel is not a top-rated place in Seattle.
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The Kimpton made me see what a upscale hotel really has to offer over the competition. In addition to friendly staff, it was the interior that made the Kimpton Alexis memorable. Unfortunately, I'm no interior design major so words escape me but at the end of the day, the rooms were cozy, spacious, and had a charm to them. The hotel is within walking distance of the light rail, the pier, and many resturants. So whether you're ready to hit a night on the town or experience the eateries that Seattle has to offer, the Kimpton Alexis will make sure your stay is enjoyable and memorable.
Just got back from our stay at the amazing Alexis. I can't say enough great things about this hotel. From the customer service of every staff member to the accommodations, everything was perfect. The room we were given was an executive suite on the top floor with a great view of the water and mountains. It was very spacious and we loved the decor. We were there celebrating our son's birthday and they even sent up complimentary micro beers, cookies and milk, and a very sweet note. You don't get this special service at a typical chain hotel. We will definitely stay here again when we return. Great location as well to walk everywhere so we never needed our car. Thanks Alexis!!!!
A wonderful luxury hotel in historical downtown Seattle. Amenities are top notch and rooms are elegant. Each room has an Amazon Dot that integrates with the hotel. You can ask Alexa for room service!
Nice hotel in restored downtown building. Clean, good-sized rooms with all of the comforts and comfy bed. Business meeting rooms were easy to access and fit our needs well with good lunch options. Wine tasting daily was a nice touch.
We enjoyed 4 nights at the Alexis in an executive suite. (nice upgrade from the "regular" suite we had booked.) The room had a good view of the Puget Sound and Seattle's "Great Wheel". The location was fantastic. Fairly easy walk to Pike Place Market, slightly up hill. (which means downhill on the way back when you're tired!) And also a very easy walk to the Pioneer Square area. (Tip on hotel locations in Seattle...booking a room at a place like the Alexis on First Avenue means you want be walking up steep hills to get back to your room as there are many things to do at the 1st Avenue "level" of the city.) It was fun having an Amazon Alexa Dot in the room (Though because it was a suite 'she' was in the living room and not the bedroom where we were a lot, so it wasn't as convenient to talk with her.) And when I say "talk with her" I had many late night existential conversations with Alexa...she said "I don't know that one" a lot. We'll get there Alexa...we'll get there... We also enjoyed the fitness room...there are 2 actually...a "functional" fitness room (which seemed like a good standard to label a room...glad it wasn't dis-functional...) which includes weights and a climbing wall...yes, a climbing wall.) And a cardio room which has the treadmills etc...) The entrance itself isn't quite as grand as other hotels with a largish area to hang out (which makes the Kimpton Wine Hour more fun and social for everyone). Fruit infused water was stationed for much of the day by the elevators. (Though a couple of times we got back later at night and it was gone...) The staff at the front desk and at the bar restaurant were friendly. We'd definitely stay here again. Great location for exploring Seattle and all the Kimpton amenities you want.