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605 1/2 S Main St Seattle, WA 98104
605 1/2 South Main StreetUSWashingtonSeattle98104
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Brick quarters dating to 1910 offering rooms with shared baths, plus teahouse & Japanese bathhouse.- Google

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Heather Chamberlain
a month ago
Comfortable, clean, affordable, and interesting. Stayed one night for our honeymoon at the end of a long trip up the coast. I slept better that night in Panama than the rest of the trip. We had muffins and tea in the morning. Met the owner and learned all about the fascinating history.
Jonboy 88
a month ago
This place is a joke! Receptionist guy was drunk, could smell it, arguing with other receptionist, couldn't find the right room, the whole place smelled muggy and old. Should be a sight seeing attraction, never stay a night!
wafa fayez
in the last week
dirty ,, the pillows and bed cover are smelly .. the bath room is sharing with another customers, the sink was obstructed ,,the windows could not close .. it was the worst place i ever slept in.
Max Grimoldi
a year ago
Nice and traditional European style hotel, the staff is very friendly and the coffee/tea house is excellent! :)
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Susan Watts
a month ago
If you want to read a great fiction book with the Panama Hotel playing a starring role, check out "hotel on the Corner of Bitter and Sweet" by Jamie Ford!
issac cota
2 months ago
I loved it. Cant complain. This is the spot for my next visit.
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Victor Chudnovsky
4 years ago
The coffee house is good: great ambiance and location, tasty pastries. The hotel owner offers tours where she talks about the history of the Panama Hotel, a very moving account of the effects of the Japanese internment here in Seattle. While she talks at great length (she's very excited about her story and about explaining the historic pictures in the cafe), the real highlight is going down into the old public bath in the basement. Fascinating! You can make reservations for the tour, which is offered a few times a week, by getting in touch with the cafe.
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Matt Haniger
a year ago
Super service. Comfortably clean. Tea house is great too.