The hotel was nice and spacious. The parking garage was a nice option at no extra charge. The refrigerator was full sized, but the ice cubes tasted terrible and every time the fridge shut off it sounded like two trains hitching up which would constantly wake you up.
Traveller from Murrieta, CA
Situated in the suburbs, this aparthotel is 1.7 mi (2.7 km) from Bellevue College and within 6 mi (10 km) of Crossroads Mall …More
I really appreciated all the thought put in on making my stay comfortable. The extra things put in the room for my convenience was great (Robe, Slippers, Umbrella, Munchies) I wish i had been there when you did Dessert tasting maybe next time. Loved the Naked experience with all the Down pillows and Comfortors :)
Traveller from Oakland, Oregon
This hotel is 4 blocks from the University of Washington and 4 miles from downtown Seattle; Gasworks Park, University Village …More
The room was awesome - clean and very spacious, and the water bottle was free, unlike many hotels. The amenities (shampoo, soap, etc.) were the highest quality I've seen at a hotel. The mattress wasn't the most comfortable I've used, but it wasn't terrible either. The only real complaint I have is that the pool deck wasn't very clean - a dead bug and some unraveled hair bands were in the same spot the second night as the first!
Traveller from Tri-Cities, WA
Situated in Bothell, this hotel is 1.8 mi (2.9 km) from University of Washington Bothell and within 6 mi (10 km) of …More
I stay at this hotel everytime I visit Seattle. My room was great, my only complaint was the phone didn’t work and the TV wasn’t hooked up properly. The staff was very prompt in resolving my issues and will definitely stay here again.
Traveller from Yakima Wa
This Seattle hotel is 2.2 miles from Northgate Mall and within 2.6 miles of Shoreline Community College and North Seattle …More
With about 40,000 students, the University of Washington is the area's lifeblood. The campus includes a world-class medical center, the Burke Museum, and Henry Art Gallery. UW's main square offers a clear view of Mount Rainier. West of UW, a Lenin statue watches over Fremont, which bills itself as “The Center of the Universe.” Fremont's low-rise shops and cafés resemble Berkeley and Old New York.