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I recently organized a meeting of about 20 people at the Hotel Max recently and was impressed by the meeting room and by the service offered by the hotel. The room itself was very cool and well decorated, and outfitted for a meeting with a projector and screen, phone, flipboards and other meeting supplies. The space felt just as stylish as the rest of this hip boutique hotel and it was a fun place to have a meeting. When we arrived we had coffee service and the staff would come in periodically during the day to check on us and bring other catered food in to us. When we needed anything during the course of our day the hotel staff was very responsive to our needs. The location of the hotel is on the north side of Seattle's downtown, convenient to transit, other business hotels, the Washington State Convention Center, and in walking distance of some of Seattle's best restaurants and attractions. The hotel staff was easy to work with when I booked the meeting room and everything was as expected during the course of our day. A few things to keep in mind about booking an event at Hotel Max: Parking at the hotel wasn't ideal, surface lots in the area fill up quickly so you should advise attendees to arrive early or plan to walk or use transit. Also, the meeting room can get pretty cozy with 20 people in it. I'd recommend the space for 12-15 people.
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