It wasn't bad enough that I was put in one of their worst rooms #348, There was one of the biggest college football games on, Oregon against Washington, which wasn't available on their TV. I ended up going to a pub to watch the game. Go Ducks.
This place is gross. The picture shown is of the building NEXT door. We stayed in the building attached to the lobby. Smoke detector hanging from ceiling, smashed in bathroom door, hairdryer sucked IN my hair, no ironing board, warm milk with
"continental breakfast", bugs flying in the dining area, and shower so small you couldn't even bend over. I cannot believe that this hotel is even listed. I highly doubt I will book something off of here again, and definitely not worth the money I paid for the 9 hours we were there.
This is in an area full of many hotels. Not sure if all them them have as many unsavory characters staying there, with small parking lots, but you get what you pay for. It was a bit noisy, the breakfast was basically just toast, but it was cheap.
There was a microwave and a fridge, and it got the job done.
Front desk help was not helpful. We called to find out how to get shuttle to pick us up, and must have interupted something important because he didn't seem to have time for us. When we arrived at the hotel his demeanor wasn't much better. (Either
a bad night or maybe he needs a non-customer facing profession...) We asked for a wake-up call but did not get one. Lucky for us, at least our phone did it's job. Shuttle service from and to the airport was good.
Hotel features (5 = best, 1 = worst):
Seattle City Pass is a great deal, if you want to see several sights and save money. Take the time to ride the Metro down to the Museum of Flight - very nice. As were the other sites/trips. Take the WA State Ferry over the islands. Enjoy the seafood!