Great location, great hotel in the past. On my last visit to this hotel, I ate dinner in the bar downstairs. It was very enjoyable. It had live music and was packed with an older crowd. This visit the bar had LOUD music [...]. I stayed less than
1 minute, went back to my room and ordered room service, which was quite good. One other point, there seemed to be quite a few undesirables frequenting the lobby area.
Great place to stay for a weekend shopping trip. the parking was a little confusing though. I ended up paying for valet but then found out that the level five parking was open. when I checked in they didn't let me know how many levels there was and what exactly was free parking. so, after circling three levels of parking with many other cars I gave up and paid for valet.
Stayed at the Bellevue Hyatt while in town for some Mariners' games. Very easy twenty minute drive to SAFECO Field.
Located next to high-dig shopping mall (Nieman Marcus, etc.)and restaurants, the hotel has large quiet rooms at half the price
you would spend for the same hotel in downtown Seattle. I would stay again.
This was one of the nicest hotels that we have stayed in. The decor was lovely to look at, the personnel were friendly, and we would come back if we were in the area again. The coffee was good but a free breakfast would be better. I am sure we
would have enjoyed the pool, etc.,but we just ran out of time.
Were on a weekend trip to see a Mariners game and visit some Seattle attractions, It was a nice place to stay and a short, easy drive into down town Seattle. We had to ask on 3 different occasions to get extra towels. The Pool and rec. center are
across the street not in the Hotel..
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
There's not very many family frendly restaurants in the area. There's a Wendy's and a Red Robin and the rest are more on the spendy side..