Front door to the Temple.  Press 202 call on the "Call Box".Main hall sleeping space.

Gemeinsames Zimmer

1 Gast

1 Bett

Gemeinsames Zimmer

1 Gast

1 Bett

Bitte leg die Anzahl der Erwachsenen fest.
Bitte leg die Anzahl der Kinder fest.
Alter: 2–12 J.
Bitte leg die Anzahl der Kleinkinder fest.
Unter 2 J.
Höchstens 1 Gast. Kleinkinder werden nicht in die Gesamtzahl der Gäste eingerechnet.
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Über dieses Inserat

This is one folding beds in the main hall of the Temple. You will be sharing space with others and the Buddha's. The beds are separated by Shoji screens for privacy. The kitchen and bathrooms are shared with the other guests and facility manager.

Die Unterkunft
Unterkunft für: 1
Badezimmer: 1
Art des Bettes: Richtiges Bett
Schlafzimmer: 1
Betten: 1
Check-in: Jederzeit nach 15:00
Check-out: 10:00
Art der Unterkunft: Andere
Art des Zimmers: Gemeinsames Zimmer


Reinigungsgebühr: 9€
Wochenrabatt: 10%
Wochenendpreis: 41€ / Nacht
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Die Unterkunft

The space is the main hall of a Buddhist Temple. This is the traditional way that pilgrims and travelers enjoy a peaceful nights sleep. We also now have a new shower.

Zugang für Gäste

The whole main hall temple space and library.

Interaktion mit Gästen

This is a Buddhist Temple so guests are expected to follow Buddhist customs of removing shoes and attending morning and evening service.

Die Nachbarschaft

We are located in the historic Seattle Chinatown. Lots of great food and entertainment. These are the streets that Bruce Lee once walked.


Yes, we are located two doors from the Jackson Street terminal.

Weitere wichtige Infos

We offer a traditional Japanese Buddhist breakfast of rice, miso soup and Japanese pickles.

Der Check-in ist jederzeit nach 15:00

Please be respectful for Buddhist Services and events. Also, beds will be folded up and put away in the morning by 8am before service. In the evening, quiet time begins at 10pm. Lights should be off before going to sleep. Breakfast will be served at 8:30am following the morning service. If you have any special requests please speak to the Temple Manager. Don't be noisy and keep a respectful attitude- Follow Buddhist etiquette and rules during your temple stay.
Take off your shoes when entering a temple hall and either leave them outside or carry them with you in a plastic bag. Shoes should be neatly arranged at the entrance with the other shoes in the designated area. Please wear socks and slippers at all times. No bare feet or just socks allowed. Please use the appropriate slippers for the bathroom. Do not wear main temple slippers in the bathroom.
No Alcohol allowed in the Temple- Do not bring alcohol or any kind of intoxicants into the temple.
Morning ceremony – You can attend the one-hour ceremony in the early morning, if you like.
Check-out time – 10 a.m. after breakfast.
Hats should be removed when entering a temple.
Do not point at Buddha statues, Monks, Nuns and/or elders with your feet or with your fingers (well anything for that matter).
Do not touch (especially on the head) Buddha statues, images, Monks, Nuns and elders. Also, do not touch any of the religious items.
Revealing clothing, such as tank tops, short skirts, shorts are inappropriate attire for the temple space, please be considerate of others. Men and women should wear tops that cover their shoulders when visiting a temple. Both men and women should avoid short-shorts, tank tops and clothing that reveals too much skin. Dressing for temples can be casual.
Do not sit with the legs outstretched, as this is a sign of disrespect.
Pointing the bottom of your feet toward the altar or teacher is regarded as disrespectful.
Respect and kindness in manner of speech, thoughts and actions towards our temple staff and guests is a great source of joy and merit for everyone. Inappropriate conversations should be avoided.
Clean up after yourself. Do not leave a mess for others. Please put things back after use. Mindfulness is an important part of maintaining relationships with others.
Label all items in the refrigerator that are yours and take all items with you when you leave.
Please do not leave bags, clothing, or other items in the main room. All items should be stored during the day in a private room, designated by the caretaker. If you have valuables, please take them with you during the day and keep them with you when you sleep. We are not responsible for lost or misplaced items.
Guests are welcome but should be checked in by Temple Caretaker. All guests must leave by 9pm.
If these rules are not observed you will be asked to leave and your reservation will not be refunded.



Wenn du bis zu 5 Tage vor deinem Aufenthalt stornierst, erhältst du eine volle Rückerstattung, inklusive Service-Gebühren.


1 Nacht Mindestaufenthalt.

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98 Bewertungen

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Nutzerprofil von Rickie
Mai 2017

Nutzerprofil von Vinceng
Mai 2017
Je suis content d'avoir expérimenté ce lieu. Mais 50 dollars pour dormir sur un clic clac pas confortable dans une salle pas très bien rangée (pas sale mais bordelique), c'est pas donné donné... Le propriétaire est un peu space mais sympa et attachant. Le quartier est authentique mais pas de mieux fréquenté. Proche de la gare par contre. A vous de voir maintenant!

Nutzerprofil von Bill
Mai 2017
Mike is a communicative and accommodating host. After staying for 6 days, I've started to treat the temple as a home, which offered all the simple amenities I needed throughout my travel. The overall environment was cozy and comfy, and I had the opportunity to meet other cool people who were staying there. Definitely would recommend!

Nutzerprofil von Ryan
Mai 2017
Enkyoji Temple in International District/Chinatown is surrounded by transit, so you have quick access accross Seattle. The area is very walkable, a 10-15 min walk from downtown. The temple space is modest but charming. Mike is the host who takes care of your bed setup and questions you may have. You are given keys to come and go as you please. The beds are basically cots with mattresses, and were comfortable. All visitors stay in the temple common area. Other spaces are the closet where everyone shares the space available to store their belongings, a kitchen, and two is no security here for your belongings, but there are only a few guests staying at anytime, and I felt comfortable leaving my laptop out in the temple common area all day while I was gone. This space is budget, but it made me happy, as it was there when I needed it, I felt safe, it was cheap, I could come and go as I please, and I had lots of transit services in a walkable area full asian cuisine.

Nutzerprofil von Ron
April 2017
Good location for arrival via public transportation and exploring Seattle on foot

Nutzerprofil von Shea
April 2017
Great experience, nice people.

Nutzerprofil von Jen
April 2017
Great value! Mike waited for me outside the gate despite the fact that I arrived over half an hour late due to traffic :) He was a very considerate host and handed me a map of Seattle and a set of keys quickly after we met. There's no curfew but you must wake up before 8 am so the beds could be put away for the day until about 830 pm when Mike would put them out again. Super close to Seattle's public transit system. Great for single travellers looking for a place to crash.

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Seattle, Washington, Vereinigte Staaten · Mitglied seit Januar 2015
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We are a Buddhist Temple with spaces available to visitors for accommodations. We are located in Seattle's Historic Chinatown. We have an onsite manager to help you with your needs. Also we have a newly installed shower!

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