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Salon Rue de Cerise

SuperhostSeattle, Washington, United States
Entire loft hosted by Jane
2 guests1 bedroom1 bed1 bath
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You’ll have the loft to yourself.
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An art-filled nook in a richly historic building and neighborhood, lovingly decorated with vintage and modern details. Be the sole overnight guest in a building where artists ply their craft, while you help support the local culture. Walk to restaurants, cocktail bars, galleries, museums, theatres, and more —then return to this light-filled retreat and your own private art show.

The space
Immerse yourself in this art-filled private nook, nestled inside a building rich with history and filled with working artists, in the heart of Pioneer Square, Seattle's first neighborhood. This former caretakers' apartment put in time as a corporate conference room before being lovingly repurposed again by the resident artists. The concept and decor were inspired by Gertrude Stein's apartment on the Rue de Fleurus, its walls hung salon-style with art by undiscovered artists whom she collected, supported, and gathered for conversation. Thoughtful details strike a balance between visible layers of history and clean, modern convenient touches.

The Salon Rue de Cerise, on the third floor of the historic Good Arts Building, is a place to stay and unique insider experience for traveling art-lovers, but it is more than that: Your stay supports the Good Arts mission of keeping the building affordable to artistic endeavors.

The room even comes with its own private art show. All the artwork on the wall, and some of the furnishings, can be purchased by guests and shipped free within the U.S.

The Salon is on the third floor of an historic (i.e., no elevator) building. The stairs are not steep, and the way is paved with art installations that make climbing them a pleasure. We're located steps from light rail, buses, ferries, and numerous other options. A car is not necessary or recommended while you're staying here, but if you do arrive by car there are nearby garages with reasonable day rates in which to stash your vehicle.

The bedroom is furnished with a king-sized bed, funky modern end tables, bespoke lamps handmade by a local artist, and a cute tulip table flanked by comfy chairs, perfect for watching the comings and goings of this vibrant neighborhood over coffee or a glass of wine.

On a credenza in the anteroom, you'll find a chemex coffee service, an electric kettle, cups, glasses, a corkscrew, tea, and other handy things to make you feel at home. Above the credenza are framed vintage photographs that tell of the rich history of the building and neighborhood.

In the private newly-refurbished bathroom are ample fresh linens, a hairdryer, soaps and shampoos. In the closet are stashed an iron, ironing board, luggage rack, and clothes hangers.

In its 130-year history, the building has housed a jazz club, a speakeasy (which may or may not have been a brothel), a boxing gym, a haberdashery, a two-story diner called "Good Eats", furnished rooms, a theatre, numerous bars, and Seattle's first gay and lesbian community center. In 2015, it was purchased by an unlikely partnership consisting of a real estate developer, artists, and an immigrant coffee shop owner who wished to preserve and continue its lively, artsy history. The neighborhood has experienced a recent revival and influx of posh new bars and restaurants, and with them, rising rents. Your hosts at the Salon Rue de Cerise believe that artists ought to stick around to share in the wealth they helped create, as they write the next chapter of the building's history.

Guest access
You'll have your own private apartment, with bedroom, sitting room, and bath. You share a lobby and stairs with the artists' studios, and have access to the studio areas during the daytime and events.
You'll have a code for your private door, and for the front door, which is locked at night.

Other things to note
If you are bringing a pet, please let us know in advance!

License number
STR-OPLI-19-000674
An art-filled nook in a richly historic building and neighborhood, lovingly decorated with vintage and modern details. Be the sole overnight guest in a building where artists ply their craft, while you help support the local culture. Walk to restaurants, cocktail bars, galleries, museums, theatres, and more —then return to this light-filled retreat and your own private art show.

The space
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Sleeping arrangements

Bedroom 1
1 king bed

Amenities

Wifi
Laptop-friendly workspace
Iron
Hangers
Essentials
Hair dryer
Heating
Fire extinguisher
Paid parking off premises
Private entrance

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4.86 out of 5 stars from 42 reviews
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Seattle, Washington, United States

There's a local favorite coffee shop right downstairs, where you can hang with the locals over a latte and pastry. The neighborhood has abundant restaurant offerings and charming cocktail bars on every block. Art galleries, cool clothing shops, bookstores, underground tours, and a groovy alternative dinner theatre are just a few of the activities within walking distance.
There's a local favorite coffee shop right downstairs, where you can hang with the locals over a latte and pastry. The neighborhood has abundant restaurant offerings and charming cocktail bars on every block. A…
Getting around
98
Walk Score®
Daily errands don't require a car.
100
Transit Score®
World-class public transportation.
72
Bike Score®
Biking is convenient for most trips.

Hosted by Jane

Joined in July 2018
  • 42 Reviews
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I am a painter, educator, and accidental developer. I love to depict the human form, as well as weird fifties food and shiny objects, in paint, and to look at art, especially painting. I also like old buildings, bicycles, and trains. I try to remember to approach even the most mundane errands at home with the same sense of adventure I have when I travel. I love Pioneer Square, where I've lived and/or worked for eighteen years. If you are my guest, I will happily share my favorite tips for quirky local adventures.
I am a painter, educator, and accidental developer. I love to depict the human form, as well as weird fifties food and shiny objects, in paint, and to look at art, especially paint…
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House rules
Check-in: After 3:00 PM
Checkout: 11:00 AM
Self check-in with keypad
No smoking
No parties or events
Pets are allowed
Safety & Property
Carbon monoxide alarm
Smoke alarm