Ratings based on 370 Verified Reviews
They paid and stayed. We double-checked.
3.6 Room cleanliness
3.6 Service & staff
3.4 Room comfort
3.2 Hotel condition
They paid and stayed.
by A verified traveler from Portland, Oregon
It was dirty and stunk of old cigarette smoke.Posted Jul 16, 2014
The room looked like it had never been cleaned beyond changing sheets and running a carpet sweeper over the floor. There was literally dirt and dust on every surface of the A/C unit and the table tops were smeared with some sort of substance.
by A verified traveler
Not the bestPosted Jul 15, 2014
No one seems to have put any love and care into this travel lodge. Breakfast not replenished . The location is not nice, on a main road. Room was clean though.
for Everyoneby A verified traveler
Inexpensive, clean, basic motelPosted Jul 14, 2014
Good value. Room was clean and in good shape. Some minor problems: room safe didn't work. Lamps and clock all unplugged when I entered the room for some reason. TV lost signal a few times. Internet very very slow (even though you pay). Breakfast was fine but very basic.
by Doreen from Vancouver
Seattle stayPosted Jun 14, 2014
Room was clean but smelled bad.exterior or hotel needed painting and upkeep.breakfast was mediocre weak coffee overripe fruit watery coffee. Guests next door were rowdy.overall bad experience and very overpriced at $245.00 bucks US for two nights mid-week. Also in bad part of town.
for Everyoneby Roger from Colville, WA
Good room for the pricePosted Jun 10, 2014
Pros: I found the room clean and quiet, and adequate value for the price.
Cons: Breakfast eating area wasn't much.
Location: Easy access to downtown Seattle without paying downtown price. The Edmonds waterfront is close by with lots to do. Go Seattle Reign! Go Sounders!
I was just there for a night. Staff was very friendly at check-in, and offered good tips on easy alternate commute to the Seattle Center. Got back to the motel late, the brand new TV wasn't working correctly, staff went out of their way to fix the problem quickly and pleasantly.
by A verified traveler
The room was inexpensive, you get what you pay forPosted Jun 6, 2014
We specified a room on the main floor due to disabilities and were given rooms on the 2nd and 3rd floors. We were told that the rooms are pet free. We saw one cat and 2 dogs.
for Everyoneby renee from w
Clean rooms nice staffPosted May 3, 2014
Comfortable, clean and close to shopping and restaurants.
by Sam from Interstate Traveler
Bad location, dangerous neighborhood, dirty roomsPosted May 1, 2014
Pros: Staff members were helpful.
Cons: For the condition this place needs to be cheaper. Price is high for low quality.
The bathroom was clean as were the sheets, at least they *looked* clean. Nothing else was clean. Carpets, surfaces, and bed comforter were all dirty. Place smelled like body odor, cigarette smoke and mold. People would stand outside the door and have long, loud conversations while smoking. You could hear dogs barking at all hours.
for Everyoneby Don from Oregon
plain and humble near very good restaurants.Posted Apr 17, 2014
Cons: May be time to begin replacing travel-worn furnishings and finishes.
Location: I wasn't looking for things to do, but, as noted above, was pleased to have food and supplies of every nature available with an easy walk.
Just looking for inexpensive shelter for overnight Seattle trip. Obviously aging, but well enough maintained. As much as I hoped for or needed. I really was glad for good Asian food within close walking range, and also a Safeway. Access to Aurora/99 and I-5 is good, but traffic there is so horrible I'm not sure why anyone would go there..
by A verified traveler
Double CheckPosted Mar 24, 2014
We prepaid for our reservation when creating it on the expedia site. When we arrived at the hotel, the front desk gentleman told us the "system was down" and there was no way to check if we have in fact paid or not. He even told us he had to take a copy of our credit card on file. DON"T DO it! I showed him the email confirmation I received showing proof of payment, he said he couldn't confirm that so I called the expedia help line and the gal over the phone was very helpful and even spoke to him directly. We decided to not give our credit card and paid $50 cash for a deposit, in the morning there was a new gentleman at the front desk and although we didn't have as much of a hassle, he didn't believe that we left a $50 cash deposit. Thankfully I asked for a copy of the receipt with the other gentleman's handwritten initials stating a $50 cash deposit.