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One could not find a more convenient hotel for the Seattle airport. One could actually walk to the terminal if only carrying light luggage as there is little more than a block walk to the food hall portion of the sprawling airport. A shuttle service is outside the main entrance to the hotel. The ...
Hotel was centrally located for Bellevue and as would many of the other choices of hotels in the area. Easy walking to Bellevue Center and shops/restaurants. Hotel was expensive for what you got. Make sure when you book that you are aware that the Accommodation is one charge, you will then be charged ...
The hotel wasn't a 4 star in the sense of its architecture and layout, but everything else about it was 4 star. It was clean and comfortable, and the staff was helpful and friendly. Definitely worth it for the money if you're just staying near the airport or can't afford some posh downtown hotel. ...
This hotel is within walking distance to the monorail to get to Pike's Market and the waterfront. And, you can walk to a lot of attractions...Space Needle, Chihuly Gardens, the Armorywhere they hold many festivals, and lots of restaurants.
A great chain with a fun, hip pineapple theme. Great rooms and amenities. Fantastic staff and service. Close to the piers and Seattle center.
Great bed. Room is dated a bit. They're in the middle updating rooms, I understand. Dead insects in the tub when we arrived. Warm cookie at check-in was great. Good airport shuttle. Probably best quality for the money close to airport.
The hotel staff was friendly. The restaurant was good, although a bit overpriced. That didn't matter so much because there are a number of really excellent restaurants on the same block, and more within a quick walking distance. We were on the 3rd floor, which was unfortunate because we would have ...
This hotel is a short walk to the university and therefore also close to interesting shops, restaurants, and stores in the district. Although Hotel Deca has been nicely upgraded, some old charm remains - check out the door knobs in the bathroom, for instance. Our room had a great view as well - particularly ...
Wouldn't have been too bad if the bed wasn't so bouncy. It was very difficult for 2 people to sleep on the same bed. They really, really, really need to change out their beds. For that reason alone I would not go back. If they had better beds I would go back in an instant.
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