August 14, 2013
By: Five Star Alliance
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QUESTION: What is the pet policy for the Pan Pacific Hotel Seattle?
Pets are welcome at the Pan Pacific Seattle. There is a one-time $50.00 fee and a max of 2 pets per room.
The hotel, which opened four years ago is located minutes from downtown and many area attractions. Presiding over Westlake Avenue in Seattle's South Lake Union neighborhood, it is just steps away from Nordstrom's flagship store. Part of the exclusive 2200 Development, the hotel features two restaurants, a sumptuous spa, and 160 superbly appointed guest rooms and suites. Designed by Hirsch Bedner, the hotel exudes an East meets West theme with sleek modernity through a mix of zebra-wood furnishings and decor in muted hues of taupe, slate, and cream. Rooms feature premium bedding and furnishings, a 32-inch plasma cable television with premium movie channels, DVD player, and wireless Internet access.
The Pan Pacific Seattle Hotel also provides you with a personal steward who delivers the new standard of individualized service. Whether it's planning a full vacation itinerary or arranging dinner reservations, your personal concierge works with you to customize your stay.
Fall rates at Pan Pacific Seattle start at $250 per night >>
All rates are based on double occupancy and extra person charges may apply. Please be advised that the rates, availability, as well as any extra person charges are subject to change depending on the hotel’s policies.
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