My daughter and I were staying in Bellevue for a family weekend.our check in was easy the clerk was very friendly and helpful, giving us dining ideas for the area. The hotel is centrally located, great for shopping, dining, and exploring. The room was spacious, and the bed was so comfy. The workout room has lots of equipment, headsets, water, everything we needed for a great workout. would definitely stay there again.
Its clean with excellent connections to I-90. This hotel does not charge for parking and the rates are reasonable.
It is not a Suite, its a large room with a Kitchenette. I noticed that breakfast is continental only - works for many. There are good hot breakfast choices nearby (Lil John's being the closest).
The staff is pleasant enough and the room was kept fairly clean while we were there for a week.
Only real concern is the advertisement as an All-Suite-Hotel (not really)
Overall a very nice hotel......
Great location for going anywhere in Seattle, Renton, Bellvue area.... I traveled with my dog, a 30 lb Pug. The hotel is very Pet Friendly and there is a large park about a block away for walks etc.
The tried to be more than helpful and I would return to this hotel in the future ...
Nice hotel. Very close to downtown Bellevue. Has free shuttle bus to surrounding areas. It would be great if this hotel offer free parking since right a cross the street has free Park and Ride parking lot. If you want to save money you can park there.
Full disclosure -- I'm a member of the health club that's attached to this hotel. We had a construction emergency at home and needed to spend a few nights in a hotel. It was an unseasonably warm week and we decided to stay here so that we could have easy access to the pool, babysitting and all the things we like to do on the weekend. The staff is great, the building is very family friendly and the rooms are comfortable and very well appointed. I can't think of a better place to stay in the Bellevue area.
"Nice hotel but had some problems with the room. "
When I checked into my room, housekeeping forgot to close the blackout curtains and the sun was beaming its rays directly into my window. The room felt like a sauna. I tried to turned down the thermostat to see of that will cool it down. However, the thermostat will not let me go any further than 65 degrees F. At the same time, the hotel front desk called and asked how was the room. I explained the situation and was told that maintenance will be up in the room to fix the problem. When maintenance came up, it turned out that the A/C unit had a sheet of ice in it and they would have to defrost it. I left for a few hours to have dinner with friends in Seattle. When I returned, the front desk told me that maintenance couldn't fix the situation and since the hotel was booked full I could not change rooms. So I had to sleep with the window slightly opened to allow some air to flow through since I was asked not to turn on the A/C unit. The hotel compensated my by giving me some points to my SPG account. The staff was friendly and helpful but the sleep I had was not the best since the room was still warm. Hopefully they fixed the unit for the next guest.
Seattle’s Eastside is one of America’s most affluent areas. Multimillion-dollar estates on Lake Washington are home to a few billionaires, including Bill Gates. With its concentration of finance and tech firms, downtown Bellevue's skyline rivals that of Seattle. The Eastside has several corporate headquarters, Microsoft, Nintendo of America, and Eddie Bauer.