A luxurious 900 sq. ft. apartment including a bedroom with a queen-sized bed, den with an office, and large bathroom within a spacious top-floor loft in an historic building located in downtown Seattle's Pioneer Square. Exposed brick, black bamboo floors, elevated ceilings, tall windows, and a covered balcony looking out over the neighborhood are just part of the charm. The apartment is secured with doors that can be locked by key and has access to a laundry area.
The Canton Building is considered the last vestige of Seattle’s original Chinatown. This building was built and owned by Chin Gee Hee, one of Seattle’s earliest residents. Originally called the Chin Gee Hee Building, the building appears to have been designed by W.E. Boone. By the late 1890s, Chin Gee Hee was responsible for making his company the leading labor contractor in the Pacific Northwest and the oldest and most successful Chinese businesses in Seattle. The building has changed little since the 1930s. It retains the elements of its Victorian design as well as the striking covered balcony. This building, because of its architectural design and detailing, remains an emblem and the last obvious example of the kind of buildings that were once in the Pioneer Square-Skid Road National Historic District.
Accès des voyageurs
The kitchen is available for guests to utilize, as well as a washer/dryer unit and laundry supplies. The spacious balcony overlooking the neighborhood is also accessible and smoking there is permissible.
Échanges avec les voyageurs
A quick introduction and a tour of the loft to describe the amenities is all that is necessary. Guests can drop the keys through the mail slot in the door after locking up when they choose to check out.
This is a third-story walk-up with lots of stairs. This building is located downtown on the corner of a busy intersection so traffic can sometimes be loud. Non-rented areas are currently being renovated.
Drop the keys through the mail slot after you lock the door.