I chose this place last minute. There weren't any other hotels with a vacancy in the area, and I got the last room. The check in process was easy. Parking at the place was great. There were lots of spots available even though I get the last room. The location is on a busy street, and It was surprisingly quiet. The other guests weren't loud, and there weren't a lot of street noises; other than the occasional ambulance or police siren.
The manager was very nice. If i needed anything, like soap, it was provided very quickly. I didn't spend much time in the room. It was mainly a place to sleep, use the bathroom or shower, and watch TV before going to bed or heading out to Seattle.
For your money, you do get a lot. There is a breakfast provided at the travel lodge. I never went to it, but I think they started serving it at 6 AM. There was coffeemaker with a bag of complementary coffee, a microwave, and a small refrigerator. I didn't use the coffeemaker, but I did use the refrigerator and microwave. Both of them worked and were very clean.
The only complaint is really small. It wasn't a huge issue, but the fitted sheets were too small for the bed. It didn't affect my sleep, but the sheets were messed up when I awoke. I felt bad for the cleaning staff because I created more work for them.
Overall I would say that it was a great value. You get what you pay for, and I think I got more value for the money I paid. I would definitely recommend this place.
It's an overall nice place to stay and will stay again when the need arises.
An ice machine in the hotel would be a must have item, blow dryers in the bathroom would also do a lot. If you're not going to provide a coffee maker in the room, have it available in the lobby!
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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