Ratings based on 4 Verified Reviews
1.8 Room cleanliness
2.2 Service & staff
1.5 Room comfort
1.2 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
by A verified traveler
Posted Jul 21, 2015 on Hotels
by Rick Froman from Auburn, WA
Most disgusting place I have slept in for years!Posted Aug 25, 2014 on Hotels
The carpeting was filthy. I expected to see roaches! The bathroom sink dispensed only cold water since the hot water facet was broken. Television remote was broken. Honestly, I dont think the sheets were changed but I didn't find any hair in the bed. Upon taking a shower I spread the towel on the carpet because I didn't want to step on it. It was stained in numerous locations and quite dirty most every place. I would definately not stay in this flea bag again.
by A verified traveler from Washington
The Hotel from Hell!Posted Jul 21, 2014
Pros: Not a thing
Cons: Start with pricing and go from there.
The room was way overpriced; especially considering the condition of the motel and room. The stairs going up to the room were filthy, the furniture in the room was in bad condition, bathroom floor was dirty, the covers on the bed were so dirty we slept on the top of the bed. But, the worst thing was the mold in the corner of the room by the bed.
by LIberty from NOLA
Quiet, clean and friendlyPosted Mar 3, 2014
Pros: It is very quiet and there is plenty of room to walk a dog near by.
Cons: The rate of $90 per night for single occupancy is ridiculous. For $70-$75 MUCH nicer accomodations are available nearby.
Location: It is on Kitsap Way in west Bremerton, there are several public parks nearby and a VERY good Italian restaurant just down the street.
The motel itself and all the rooms are definitely on the shabby side. They are clean, but they are shabby. This is not a place to go for luxury, it is a place to go to not sleep in your car. The rooms used to be about $50-$60 per night, and at this rate I would not hesitate to reccomend the Bremerton Inn to anyone who either needed a cheap place to stay while in transition from one place to another or to anyone simply needing a night or two of rest in a bed during a long road trip. However, since the rates have gone up to $90 per night for a single occupancy room, I wouldn't reccomend this place to anyone. Instead, I would encourage anyone looking for a room in west Bremerton to take a moment to check across the street and down about 2 blocks and stay at the Oyster Bay Inn for $75 a night. It is a MUCH more comfortable, nicer place with big screen TV's and a free, hot breakfast the next morning. Or, if you're needing a place to stay for at least 3 nights, check with the Day's Inn in Port Orchard. They offer a special rate of about $70 per night for people who stay at least 3 consecutive nights. They also have an indoor pool and a hot tub.