"Stayed 4 nights. Suite was quiet and very clean. "
Clean and quite room. On our last night we could hear a little one running back and fourth in the room above us. Annoying, but it stopped when we went to bed. Breakfast was good and lots of variety.
Pool and hot spa looked nice, but we didn't use it.
Excellent, well laid-out rooms with lots of comforts. Really loved the room and the bed was really comfy. Lobby is nice, clean, and stylish. Staff checking me in did a rather awful job, however (couldn't find my reservation and took a tone suggesting I'd screwed up before discovering my reservation and finally admitting she'd been having computer system issues, kept interrupting helping me to talk to other staff and customers which made me feel like a nuisance and unwelcome, and didn't really greet me and act glad I was there), but that was the only issue. The hotel is within easy walking distance of lots of restaurants, shopping, and movie theaters which made it incredibly convenient. Breakfast in the morning was a great spread as well. A bit more training and hospitality from the front desk folks and this would be one of my favorite places.
Traveller from Washington State
Nestled between Seattle and Tacoma the Hampton Inn and Suites Seattle-Federal Way is an ideal choice when visiting the Puget …More
Nice well laid-out room, microwave, refrig and all, nice area for computer work, very clean, would come back again, a variety of available restaurants, Better than average breakfast including customized omelets. Would stay again.
In between Seattle to the north and Tacoma to the south, Federal Way offers easy access to both cities via freeway or at its transit center hub. Originally a logging settlement, Federal Way is now home to a large Korean community and the Weyerhaeuser Company. Federal Way’s many parks include the 12-acre Dumas Bay Centre, Dash Point State Park, and the West Hylebos Wetlands Park.