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Hampton Inn & Suites by Hilton Seattle/Northgate

Hotel is bare and antiseptic looking.

Staff was very nice, but very untrained and not knowlegable about their jobs. It appears they were responsible for many areas of responsibilities. For instance Front desk person was the shuttle drover and then also setting up breakfast and clearing breakfast tables. As the shuttle goes, they never quite got the address correct as the van has no GPS system and not all the drivers have a smart phone. They forgot me one night for pickup and I was stranded and lost their way 2x in the morning to the same address. They had to change my room since the original room did not have a tub which had been requested in my original reservation. Breakfast is poor quality food and not filled in properly in time for th guests. Seems disorganized.

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1 year ago

5.0

Staypineapple at Hotel FIVE

So "Pineappley!"

Met up with my childhood bestie so that we could do a 5 day tear up of Seattle. Airport to the hotel via Link Light Rail was an easy peasy 38 minute ride and a no-brainer for the directionally challenged (me). Cost was 3 whole dollahs. Hotel was an easy and safe walk from the downtown Link Light terminal with a back pack and a medium sized roller suitcase in tow. Nice drive up option in front of the hotel to allow for drop off or pick up. Lobby was undergoing construction during my stay and portions were cordoned off with black plastic, but it was a non-issue. The front desk staff were always friendly, helpful and personable, regardless of who was on duty. Tasty pineapple water was available for parched travelers. Although we did not partake, a coffee bar was available for order in the lobby. We stayed in a double queen room overlooking the city, which was quiet, spacious and clean. The decor was funky, modern and centered around a pineapple theme. Beds were verrrry comfortable. Hardwood floors were a wonderful touch and so much better and cleaner than carpet, in my opinion. A Keurig coffee maker was available, although we only used it to make hot water for the tea we bought in Pike Place Market. Hotel was in a quieter area, only slightly off the beaten path, but totally within walking distance to the market, the Space Needle, shops and restaurants. It's just down the street from Top Pot Doughnuts, a fabulous yum yum fix for doughnuts (duh) and coffee.

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1 day ago

5.0

Staypineapple at University Inn

Comfortable Hotel, close to U. Wash. Campus

My family stayed here for 3 nights, and really enjoyed it. The room was clean, comfy and spacious enough for three; my son loved the pineapple theme. The pool was nice (and glad we used it since we were charged a daily "facility" fee on top of the room rate). The breakfast was okay (bagels and cereals etc) and the staff friendly and helpful. Less than 10 min walk to the U. Washington campus and lots of restaurants. We'll stay here again.

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8 months ago

4.0

Hotel 116

Nice stay for the price

Hotel stay was nice overall. Rooms were very clean and staff was very friendly. Complimentary breakfast had a nice variety and was always stocked up. Only complaint was that the 2 beds included were two full beds to were a little smaller then I would have liked. The sink is square shaped and only about 3 inches in depth which was annoying because I bumped my nuckles when trying to wash my hands. Those are minor annoyances, for the price I would stay here again.

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3 weeks ago

Hotels in Suquamish

Travel can help to expand your horizons, and in Suquamish, Safeco Field, Kerry Park, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Gas Works Park and CenturyLink Field are on hand to do just that.

After all that sightseeing, a cozy hotel room is probably in order. Orbitz features 136 hotels in Suquamish, which rate highly for Hotel Staff and Location, as well as offer a quiet place to rest your head.


Best times to visit Suquamish

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What to do in Suquamish

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If you're looking for an activity that's fun for all ages, head to the silver screens at Cinebarre Mountlake, or the stadium seats at Safeco Field to see the local team play for the win.


Where to eat in Suquamish

Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Suquamish, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Pagliacci Pizza, Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant and Todo Mexico to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.


Nightlife in Suquamish

Enjoy cocktails or challenge the locals to a dance-off at Getaway Tavern, The Crocodile and Oddfellows Cafe+Bar. Suquamish's bars and clubs are on hand for pre-dinner drinks or a nightcap.


Where to stay in Suquamish

Of all the places to explore in Suquamish, The Bowl of Edmonds, Magnolia and Southwest are the most popular.


Where to stay in Suquamish

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport is the main hub for flights into Suquamish and the surrounding area.


Arts and culture in Suquamish

Some of Suquamish's popular attractions are steeped in culture. Soak it in at Chihuly Garden and Glass and EMP Museum or Aria Studio Gallery while enjoying a quiet afternoon.

Entertainment and education abound at Third Place Books and Mountlake Terrace Library - Sno-Isle Libraries, where you can catch up on history, fiction and current events.

Central Washington University-Lynnwood draws students and alums alike to its campus and its atmosphere of higher education.


Where to stay in Suquamish

Of all the places to explore in Suquamish, The Bowl of Edmonds, Magnolia and Southwest are the most popular.


Where to eat in Suquamish

Whether you're looking for three squares a day or want to snack your way through Suquamish, this destination has plenty to offer, culinarily speaking. Head to Pagliacci Pizza, Mazatlan Mexican Restaurant and Todo Mexico to get your fill of tasty treats and rest up for another full day of exploring.