Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 307
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by TDerb Very clean and a most comfortable bed
The beds are so fluffy and comfortable that we really would like one for home. We had a very relaxing time.
May 21, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by HaoleOnMainland Nice location. Overpriced.
We've stayed here many times. Excellent location, clean, and quiet. Friendly staff. Good internet.
Only problem is that they keep raising the price to the level that we may look elsewhere in the future.
It's a nice hotel, but the rates are getting to be in the same league as the downtown hotels.
May 20, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by mmoore616 Great stay night before Engineering Exam
The lobby smells slightly funny due to the indoor pool, but otherwise a great stay. Comfortable bed, modern, quiet.
May 19, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Raincity Comfortable bed, good breakfast, and great service.
The service was great, very friendly and helpful. Everything went very smoothly. The room and bed were comfortable, and everything seemed very clean. The breakfast buffet was good and well stocked. The only improvement that I would suggest would be to the fruit. Some berries or melon balls, or other seasonal fruit, rather than just whole apples, oranges, and bananas would be nice. We will definitely stay here next time that we go to Seattle.
May 19, 2015
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by tom201522 Comfortable and Clean Room
I stayed may times in this hotel. It was always nice.
May 16, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by dvirnave Soft Bed, quiet room and an ample Parking space
It was nice to unwind and relax after a tiring day of travel and work . The quietness of the room and the soft comfort of the bed was exactly what I was looking for. The Staff were very polite and courteous and were ready to help at the slightest hint.
May 11, 2015
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by david hochhaus coffee on lockdown
It's weird, you go to practically every hotel in America, and there is coffee in the lobby. But this particular hotel (and it seems, many locations of this chain), treat coffee like a controlled substance. Take for instance the breakfast buffet. You wake up, stumble to the elevator, barely find the right button while peering through sleep encrusted eyes. All you want is the taste of that bitter goodness on your lips. Do you want to eat? No. Do you want to talk to people? A million times no. Do you want to stand around waiting for a waiter to seat you for a buffet of flash frozen eggs? Maybe, if the incentive is that I get to punch someone in the face. Do you want to ask the overworked waitress serving a big room of hungry hotel stayers for your coffee? Why not just make me ask permission to go to the restroom while you're at it? In a breakfast room where literally everything is self serve _by definition_, you sit for 5 minutes hoping the waiter will have mercy on your soul and bring coffee. You sit and wait, while practically every other table has a big urn of the black elixer. You wait, while the waitress seats more tables and cleans up after patrons who have pranced light footed and well caffeinated out to begin their day. You wait, and then, finally, in a last gasp of desperation you drag yourself over to the kitchen and throw yourself on the waitress's mercy; with the utmost humility you can muster you ask can you please, por favor, the prettiest please, be considered for a taste of the elusive brew? Having made your petition to the highest power in the universe that matters in that moment, you shuffle back to your table, to await the verdict. After a dignified interval, the waitress brings you a single, measly to-go cup, shrinking in stature next to the steel urns of the other tables. But you sip in relief and begin to feel alive again. You stay another night and then repeat the process with the other waiter the next day. For all this, you are allowed the privilege of paying $17.
May 11, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by photoish32a Great Stay and Comfortable bed
Great choice on this hotel, close to everything ..
May 10, 2015