We just needed a room to sleep in after a long day and weren't looking for luxury. This fit the bill, and was also very inexpensive. We got a single queen room and were pleased by the quick check in. The room was nothing special, but was quiet and clean. The bed was pretty comfy, but there were only 2 tiny flat pillows provided. Luckily we had brought our own pillows with us, so we didn't bother requesting any additional ones. The breakfast was okay, mostly just waffles and cereal. So, yes, the place is kind of bare bones, a bit shabby, and not luxurious in any way. BUT- it is comfortable and clean enough to get some sleep on a budget.
Visited here. Room fairly clean but needs renovations. Not much for breakfast. Rooms very cold. Not well insulated, heater ran every 5 minutes and it was really loud. Heaters don't work very well. Over priced rooms.
I stayed here for two nights and was pretty pleased. The place looks run down but I asked for a remodeled room and was very pleased. Room was clean and good size bed was comfy, needed couple more pillows but I didn't ask either, nice big tv, shower was great, breakfast was just the normal hotel stuff. The people there were working very hard to get the outside fixed up the whole time I was there.. I stay in hotels a few times every month and I dont need nothing to fancy but this place was good and I would def stay here and will in the future. Good luck in fixing it up. Nice big hotel. People could be little more friendlier as well I thought.
Staff seemed arrogant and walls are paper thin. Booked on line right in front of them and accidentally hit the following night. Handed desk attendant the phone to show her and got told ‘too bad’ 24 hours notice to cancel. Kinda sketchy room you wonder if they rent by the hour
Ended up this was about the only accommodation available during SeaFair weekend. Paid over $140.00 per night for a room that should have been no more than $80.
Room 112 reeked of disinfectant; the furniture was in worn condition and the TV didn't work. The room had not been vacuumed and the holes in the walls and door frame had not been patched. The smoke alarm had been disassembled and pieces were sitting on the top of the TV stand. There are quite a few rooms in this hotel but there was insufficient seating for those who came to the office for a continental breakfast with waffles between 7 and 9 am. The grounds were in need of watering. (is Seattle undergoing a water shortage?)
What DID work was the air conditioner which helped clear the air after a couple of hours. The bed was comfortable and the shower and toilet were functional.
Went to Motel 6 the next night. MUCH better at Motel 6 for half the price.