About this listing
A charming Capitol Hill studio close to downtown, coffee shops, and delicious restaurants!
With a Walk Score of 98 and easy access to multiple bus stops, you hardly need a car. This, cozy, refurbished, top floor apartment is the perfect in-city oasis.
On-site laundry is available for guests that accepts credit cards. Guests can also enjoy cable tv on the flat screen and in-room wifi.
Interaction with Guests
We're happy to to offer any suggestions or recommendations for your stay in Seattle!
The Pike/Pine area on Capitol is a bustling neighborhood of restaurants, coffee shops and nightlife--yet it is also very close to downtown Seattle or the more residential areas of Capitol Hill. The Walk Score of 98 kind of sums up the location, it's a walker's paradise and easy to get anywhere.
Street parking is available generally available but gets a bit tighter at night. The #11 bus to downtown stops across the street. Buses going in the north/south direction are also only a few blocks away on 12th or Broadway.
Other Things to Note
The building is generally very quiet and the Spinasse downstairs coupled with it's affiliate next door is frequently cited as the best Italian restaurant in Seattle. This 3rd floor studio is on E. Pine Street, just up the street from a fire station--there will be times when guest hear fire trucks are "leaving the station".
The "Chester" is a non-smoking building that doesn't allow pets.
Check in at 4 pm (early check may be possible). Check in after 10 pm will require additional $25 fee paid directly to manager at check in.
Check out at 11 am
Guests without a parent must be at least 25.
Gatherings of more than four people are also not allowed in the apartment--Spinasse or Artusi downstairs are perfect gathering spots. Building quiet hours are between 10 p.m. and 8 a.m.
Cancel up to 24 hours before your trip and get a full refund, including service fees.
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We love the Chester and making neat old buildings like this very livable. Over the last 10 years, we have spent considerably time (and money!) restoring it . And, Spinasse and Artusi, are truly some of the best restaurants in the city and they're downstairs!
You should also love the neighborhood, stroll down to OddFellows Cafe for breakfast or Molly Moons for ice cream, get lost in Elliott Bay Books, it's a very unique piece of the Pacific NW!