BEST WESTERN PREMIER Plaza Hotel & Conference Center
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- Continental Breakfast
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Swimming pool
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsBEST WESTERN PREMIER Plaza Hotel & Conference Center Puyallup
We loved everything about this hotel, beautiful, great services, amazing breakfast included, hot tub and pool, good Wi-Fi speeds and good access to Mt Rainier NP
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... documents were being dealt with correctly. After the long walk around the Forbidden City we were taken to another banquet lunch which was not as good as the other two we went to, there were some dishes that were a little unpalatable, a lot of the fried food was over cooked and not at all nice, plus we couldn't get very much to drink. After leaving our lunch we went to the Temple of Heaven which was a lovely green park with ...
... ll have to make do with what we can see of it out our hotel window), and bumped into some people we shared our train carriage with from Datin, Ohio. We travelled back to our hotel on the monorail.
... said it was going to keep raining until Wednesday and there was a long list of rivers that had flood warnings. It rained all Saturday night but cleared up enough on Sunday to go out for Zoeluma's birthday. We had waffles for breakfast, pizza for lunch and crab burgers for dinner - Zoeluma's choice. We also went to the Lego Movie, which was really fun. It's great to be here with ...
... know we’ll be coming back later. The EMP Museum itself is in a really funky building, and looking at it – there’s a large Fantasy and Sci-Fi exhibit as well. Really? Awesome! Suddenly, I’m really keen to go and have a look!
Walking in we are in a huge atrium, where there is a screen that looks like it is several stories high showing a rock show. We head over to the Fantasy exhibit, ...
... the city, water and its surroundings.
That evening we went to the cinema, but it couldn't have been more different to the huge multiplex that you're probably envisaging. When we heard about a secret, speakeasy style cinema, we knew we had to find it. It's downstairs from a restaurant, with no markings until you're inside the restaurant, where a discreet sign directs you to a red carpeted staircase. Downstairs we were greeted by a glamourous hostess who ...