Quality Inn & Suites Bremerton2.5 out of 5.0
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This is only the 2nd good review I've ever left for a Quality Inn. I've had 3 previous bad experiences with other Quality Inns, all in the State of Georgia. So when my company sent me to this property I was a bit apprehensive. However, the stay was remarkable and I highly recommend this hotel to anyone staying in Bremerton. Kanda, Chris, and Jay were very friendly and accommodating. I got one of their apartment rooms that has a separate kitchen and living room apart from the bed and bath rooms. Even had a small deck to enjoy the September weather. The room was clean and tidy, and the housekeeping staff were prompt and professional.
This location is an older property but it is very clean. We didn't get the room we reserved because we had a wheelchair. The room was nice, clean but dated. I will stay here again but it is not a normal Quality Inn Style hotel you are used to.
We needed a place to stay close to Silverdale for one night at a reasonable price and chose the Quality Inn & Suites in Bremerton. The staff were very helpful and friendly. The property itself is rather dated and needs some routine maintenance. (i.e., molding in bathroom peeling away from wall, faucet control was loose and did not work well for adjusting water temperature in the sink, and musty smell in room - probably needs to be aired out more and carpets cleaned) There was a rather rowdy group of people staying in nearby rooms. They were outside, talking, smoking and laughing until past midnight. It would have been helpful to have "designated smoking areas" AWAY from rooms that are supposedly "non-smoking" since their cigarette smoke was very evident as soon as we stepped out the door of our room #205. The breakfast was better than expected - Yoghurt, cereal, muffins, coffee. They ran out of eggs however by 8:00AM. There was still some sausage left, but no eggs to go with them.
Stayed here for a few nights when working at PSNS. The hotel is nothing fancy at all but does the job and was one of the only hotels in the area that had vacancies. The staff is really helpful and friendly. I asked to change by room to get one facing away from the street and girl at the desk (I wish I remembered her name) really bent over backwards to switch my room while still accommodating other guests. The breakfast is pretty good, one step above continental with waffles and sausage and the staff does a great job keeping the food stocked. The room is pretty basic, definitely dated but in decent shape and had a refrigerator, small stove and microwave. One thing to note is the AC is VERY noisy. Fortunately, It wasn't that warm out so I didn't need to run the AC too much but it definitely would have kept me up at night. Also, as others had mentioned there is a lot of noise from the street so bring earplugs if you are a light sleeper like myself. Outside of the hotel does need some work (peeling paint, kind of run down looking in some areas) but you get what you pay for. Convenient location to PSNS and downtown Bremerton.
Since we were traveling from Oregon up to Seattle, we stopped in Bremerton to visit the naval base. Quality Inn & Suites were closely located and easy access. They have a breakfast, a typical one with waffles and cereal, but comes in handy when in a hurry to get on the road.
The staff was friendly and the room was clean. Make sure you clean any dishes or cups you use in the suites or you will get charged. If you are staying in the far lots forget about ice because the machine is gone and the nearest one is back at the main building. TV is located in the living room area but it does tilt to see it from the bedroom. Hopefully you and your kids enjoy watching the same programs if not some one will be watching movies on their phone if you get the WiFi to work. This place is fine for a short stay but, not an extended, at least not with a family.
We were traveling to Tucson, Bremerton, and Seattle. I elected to stay in Choice Hotels thinking I could take advantage of an offer. I failed to read the fine print and did not select the correct option. Mistake # 1. Mistake # 2 was worse. I had asked a local for a hotel suggestion and failed to listen to her advice. We arrived at the property late on a Tuesday night and went to our room. My wife immediately noticed the poor and unclean condition of the stairs and hallway. She also did not like the smell of the room. We awoke late for the breakfast, wrote a complaining email to corporate, and proceeded on with our day. Upon our return, some effort was made to clean both the stairs and hallway but it was not done very well as piles of construction dust and debris remained. When I complained to the desk at check out, it was brushed aside as problems with the construction company. I feel the staff was to lazy to notice. We were very disappointed
I stayed here on the night of the 9th. I live on the other side of the Hood Canal Bridge; the bridge was closed due to high winds that evening. I am in nursing school and had a clinical early the next day so I decided to stay here. To make a long story short, I ripped my expensive nylon shell REI jacket on a metal door jamb (not sure of the name) that was above that door handle on the inside of the door at shoulder height. I would not be so pissed by it looked to me like the door jamb was broken or vandalized and it had jagged edges that caught and ripped my jacket. This is the hotel's fault for not maintaining their room. Now the manager (hotel is locally owned) is avoiding my calls. I guess the only way to get their attention is to drive future business away; so that's what I will do. DO NOT STAY HERE! I will upload pictures and a few videos showing my jacket with the rip and the door jamb with the jagged edges.
The big problem with the place is the noise but first the nice items about it. The staff were very pleasant. I found the mattresses more comfortable than most places I stay, probably because they were not heat sinks like many mattresses in motel rooms. The temperature was also pleasant, not too hot. Now the bad. While I asked for a quiet room, I did not get one. Either they have no quiet rooms or they were all taken. Street traffic was very noisy, both the traffic on the main street and the cars driving along the driveway to the rooms at the higher level. In addition to the traffic, my husband could hear people outside talking at midnight. Within the building, we could hear at least one television past midnight. Lots of noise from people tromping up the stairs and walking across the room above us. If that was not enough, the clock alarm went off at midnight--apparently set by a prior occupant. And, on top of that, the air conditioner--which we did not turn on--started making dripping noises, reminding my husband of when he stayed in army barracks with steam boilers, sometime after midnight. Enough about the noise. About the bathroom: It had a tub but to get water you used the shower nozzle which was on a hose. A little cumbersome but workable. Unfortunately, the tub apparently did not hold water. I ran it for quite a while with the result being only four inches before I gave up. The display on the water control was incorrect, showing hot first then cold. Fortunately you really got cold water first so there was no scald issue. Seeing the water control and the soap holder at eye level, I noticed mold or gray dirt/soap scum on the undersides. Not inspiring. The next day, when I wanted to wash my hair from the shower nozzle, only a trickle of water came out and it looked like if I turned the control any farther, it would break off. Definitely problems here. We chose not to eat the breakfast but from what I could see it was the typical breakfast offered in motels. We were given Room 210. We did not ask for an accessible room but I think perhaps this was supposed to be one given the peep hole at the lower level--which actually is nice--and the rails in the bathroom.
This is about the cheapest good quality hotel you'll get in the overinflated Seattle hotel market. That being said, it was clean and comfy, but had a stale smell to the room. They have 3 queen rooms, so those would be good for larger groups. It can get loud from the highway and the entry and parking for the hotel are very odd and a bit cramped. The breakfast was decent for our family. Overall, I'd say it was good for one night.
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69% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 112 reviews