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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Chris drove the 526km (327 miles) to Spokane Washington in 5 hours via the 1-90 in Montana and the very top of Idaho which was also very scenic. We stayed in an RV park with other kids so Zach was ecstatic. The kids who all lived in the RV park were all very intrigued with these strangers from Australia. I recruited 3 of the girls to sit at our …
Arrived in Seattle after a quick 29-minute flight! Didn't even have time to finish a crossword puzzle. Took the quick shuttle to the N Gates and shared a breakfast at the Big Foot Cafe and now have four hours to kill until we fly to Denver. Good thing we're retired and have plenty of time cuz we used our Alaska Airline points to book these ...
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... and so much more. We were overwhelmed with the size, beauty and power within this area. Its mind boggling to us. The Water Fountains were terrific. The Garden inside the Bellagio Hotel was beyond belief.
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... in Seattle; I'm not sure now what series it was as the books didn't matter so much as the location. Pike Place Market featured prominently and I always wondered how it would be in person, if the books accurately described it. It's probably also why I love exploring markets wherever I go.
While not quite as impressive as the Night Market in Chiang Mai (best ever), Pike Place Market has plenty of charm. Fish vendors tossing half salmon, ...