The hotel was good, but very old, even though is has been renovated. Things appear very new and in good shape, but it's the details that gives it away, small things are broken and don't work, such as the bathtub sink.
Our room wasn't ready when we arrived for check-in. While we were waiting we saw other guests facing the same problem. The room had a musty smell; we opened the window to ventilate. Otherwise, the room was very comfortable.
Comfortable bed and turn key apt hotel. Kitchen has dishes, cooking items and a dishwasher. Breakfast has a nice assortment and a maned omelet station. Nice pool and laundry facility. The only thing we had trouble with was getting the door to the bathroom to close all the way. Just needs repair. Staff was friendly and did a great job.
Key feature is the connection to Bellevue Club and its facilities.
Absolutely great if that is what you are after. If not, still a very good choice just a bit further away from Bellevue (and the town car service can be busy in the morning)
What I missed is a coffee/tea maker in the room.
Located across Lake Washington from Seattle, Bellevue is a small but thriving city with a vibrant shopping and dining scene. Visitors can browse the upscale boutiques at The Bellevue Collection mall or stop for a coffee on bustling Main Street. The rolling hills of the 36-acre Bellevue Botanical Garden are perfect for strolling. With its concentration of finance and tech firms, downtown Bellevue's skyline rivals that of Seattle.