We needed a place to stay for a couple of nights. As with many motels, especially those that are a bit older, the stay is as good as your neighbors, since the sound-proofing isn't too great. The first night we had the people above us walking around quite a bit, and starting at about 5:00 someone next door started hacking up crud out of his lungs. The second night we had either quiet neighbors or no neighbors, so it was much more restful.
The room was adequate and the breakfast is what you would expect for a place in this price range. The location does not look that great, but there is a Fred Meyer up the street and a Costco nearby if you need anything.
You cannot turn left out of the parking lot, so you must go right and to the next stoplight to do a U turn. Of course, you can't turn left into the place from the other direction either--so access is not the best.
The hotel is in a great location. The staff is good. Most of the clients seem to average folks not a lot of business travelers. The rooms need updating, beds and lienen need changed out. For a short trip it is fine but longer trips not so much.
The room was spacious and comfortable. I like the extra pillows and complimentary bottles of water each day. Hotel staff was very friendly. Breakfast was convenient. The only negative was the STRONG chlorine smell in the elevator area which we think was from the laundry around the corner.
We were looking to extend our stay by one night and were pleased with the continental breakfast. It was better stocked than most even though we were later in the morning. The room was clean and comfortable.
Beds were standard fare, TV was an old CRT with basic cable which was expected. Came with a small refrigerator/freezer and a microwave, though the place was severely lacking in outlets so the microwave was actually unplugged.
Not overly noisy considering we were next to a fairly major road, and there was a bus line with a straight shot into downtown which was convenient since we did not drive there.
Stretching from Greenlake to Shoreline, North Seattle is home to Northgate Mall, a popular shopping destination with more than 125 stores. The neighborhood of Greenlake is also home to Green Lake, which has a 2.9-mile running/walking path encircling it. The streets along the lake are also home to trendy bars and restaurants. Shoreline is a suburb of Seattle and is mainly residential.
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