We checked in late after shopping for the evening and were greeted by a friendly receptionist. Our room was cozy and warm but a bit dated with a chipped desk and older furnishings.
Pros: The view from our window was of a hill, which was good as we couldn't hear the highway or road noise. The bed was comfortable and pillows were soft. The hotel was very clean and everyone on staff was very friendly and accommodating. Value for money.
Cons: We could hear noise from the neighboring rooms in the early mornings and nights. The furnishings could use updating/refreshing. I would suggest, a better breakfast, addition of an in-room safe and perhaps remove the cook top.
Overall, I enjoyed our stay. It was good value for money and think this place good be really great with a few updates and additions.
Very nice hotel in the middle of Bellevue, close to other suburbs on the east side of 520. The staff was very nice and helpful. The breakfast buffet is $11.00, but it's truly worth every penny. The food was EXCELLENT, very well prepared and amazing variety. I would definitely use this hotel again.
Nice to have a coffeepot in the room, but no cups or water cups. The breakfast area was disgusting with trash overflowing and no staff looking in on it at all. Try to care and it all would have been fine.
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