Very Secluded Place Near A Neighborhood
Posted Oct 25, 2016
I promised my sister 4 years ago that I will take her to her first visit to Seattle. Seattle is my second home away from CA. I did not worry about how much I wanted to spend to stay for two nights because I've stayed at budget motels near Sea/Tac before. I rarely spend more on lodgings unless it was something special and I will say this, it is worth the price. The continental breakfast is wonderful. They included bacon, eggs, smoked salmon and more items. My sister loved the oatmeal. First of all, you do have to pay for self parking about $20 per day. $50 incidentals from a credit card/debit card. The property is located near 188th st which is easy access to the 5 freeway and not far from the 76 gas station. There are three different sleeping areas. We got the Dogwood area. Each area has a lobby where guests can have a light snack like yogurt, chocolate covered raisins, dark/milk chocolate malt balls, bottled water and some other snacks 24 hours a day without going to the lobby. We had two queen size beds really comfortable with a nice view of the walkway. 5 pillows were available. You can even request a certain pillow if you are very picky sleeper. They did not have a mini fridge in the room but you can request to have one in your room. We requested one to place our salads and bottled water from Whole Foods Market since we were trying to save money so we can enjoy seeing other things in Seattle. Frank and David helped us checked in. They did a great job!