Seattle, Washington Reciprocal Club – Washington Athletic Club

1325 6th Ave
Seattle, Washington   98101-2304
1348

Tel: (206)622-7900
Fax: (206)464-3058
Overnight Accommodations: Yes

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4 Responses to Seattle, Washington Reciprocal Club – Washington Athletic Club

  1. 1SG(Ret.) Wm. G. Elliott says:

    Had an excellent 3-night stay at the WAC. It is ideally located in downtown Seattle, only 2-3 blocks from the light rail system which will take you to the ballparks, Chinatown, etc., and it’s close to whatever you need in downtown Seattle. We were there for my grand-nephew’s wedding & the wedding, reception, and dinner were all held there in the WAC. All were excellently done. They also have an excellent restaurant & sports bar as well as complete exercise facilities. Rooms were nice & the service was quite good. Price was reasonable for a downtown, large city, first-rate facility. On a 5-star basis, I would give it a good solid 4.5. I would stay there again any time. Do make reservations well in advance.

  2. Robert M. (Mike) Kanze says:

    I echo William Elliott’s comments from 2012. I stayed for three nights in September, 2013 and found WAC an excellent reciprocal club with everything I could have needed. WAC’s pricing is competitive with nearby lodgings such as the Seattle Marriott Waterfront, and its ammenities are far better than one will find in lodgings for the same price. Would stay there again.

    Note: The light rail system goes from Sea-Tac Airport into downtown, stopping near enough to the WAC to be a consideration. Clean, well-lit, cars, frequent service. Senior citizen fare is $.75 one-way – beats any cab or limo.

  3. Dianne Brinson and Mark Radcliffe says:

    We recently spent four nights at the Inn at the WAC. Our room (a deluxe queen at $275//night plus tax) was attractively furnished and had a fairly large bathroom. Every staff member we encountered — front desk, coffee counter barista, sports café workers, gym attendants, security guards — was cheerful and helpful. There were some negatives about the room. First, the door of the room was directly across from a service elevator. At times, we heard carts rattling as they were pushed onto the elevator. At times, we heard employees chatting as they waited for the elevator. We could hear the “hmmmm” of the HVAC system 24/7; glad we packed our white noise machine. The closet was tiny and badly placed (when the closet door was open, one could not reach one side of the bed or the door to the hallway). There is a charge to use the extensive athletic facilities — $16 per person per day.

  4. Frederick Allen says:

    We spent four nights there, using three rooms, over Labor Day weekend 2015. The WAC is a wonderful club/hotel! The rooms were excellent, the service was outstanding and the food delicious. And Seattle was fun too! I can’t wait to return.

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