The Inn at Queen Anne is one of two hotel options available to attendees of the Haiku North America conference, to be held at Seattle Center, August 3-7, 2011. This hotel is the cheaper of the two options, and is also across the street from our meeting facility.
The Inn at Queen Anne features comfortable suites, with kitchenettes, in two buildings separated by a courtyard, all just a two- or three-minute walk from the HNA conference meeting facility (across the street).
The inviting courtyard at the Inn at Queen Anne. During Haiku North America, this is sure to be a popular place for haiku poets to socialize, share haiku, and maybe write a few haiku too.
Another view of the courtyard. You can see the air conditioning units that are part of each room.
The main entrance to the Inn at Queen Anne.
A small lobby welcomes you to the Inn at Queen Anne. Please note that this three-story hotel does not have elevators. Please request a room on the ground floor if you cannot take the stairs to your room. The hotel staff can help you with your luggage if you need help up the stairs.
One of the charming light fixtures in a hallway at the Inn at Queen Anne in Seattle's Lower Queen Anne neighborhood.
A typical suite at the Inn at Queen Anne. Each air-conditioned suite includes a small kitchen (back right corner) and full bathroom (not shown, off to the left).
If you're like most Haiku North America conference attendees, you won't be spending much time in your room, but will be busy at events and readings, or socializing with other attendees. Nevertheless, these comfortable rooms are sure to be a nice respite when you need it. The close proximity of the Inn at Queen Anne to our meeting facility in the Northwest Rooms of Seattle Center give this hotel extra appeal.
Each room in the Inn at Queen Anne includes a small kitchenette. A 24-hour grocery store one block away can supply you with food when you need it. Please note that the Inn at Queen Anne does not include breakfast.
Rooms at the Inn at Queen Anne are available with queen beds like this, or with two single beds.
A hallway at the Inn at Queen Anne.
Michael Dylan Welch and Tanya McDonald in the lobby of the Inn at Queen Anne. You too could sit here and share haiku with another haiku poet during the Haiku North America conference!
Back to the entrance of the Inn at Queen Anne at dusk. For more information about the Haiku North America conference, please visit www.haikunorthamerica.com.