Comfort Inn & Suites Sea-Tac Airport
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TravelPod Member ReviewsComfort Inn & Suites Sea-Tac Airport SeaTac
We waited almost an hour for the shuttle to pick us up at SeaTac airport. When we arrived we were in check-in line for close to 45 minutes and we were the first ones in line. Their internet was down and the clerk didn't know how to check anyone in without it. I had to troubleshoot the problem and get it fixed or we would have still be waiting to check in. There is only one clerk here at the hotel and it was sold out due to cruises leaving the next morning.Then we proceed to find our room which was like going on a scavenger hunt in a funhouse. Not room numbers labelled on the walls and it was a maze getting from the front desk, up the elevator one floor, down the winding halls to a second building, into another elevator to the fifth floor, down another hall and finally reached the room. Beds are rock hard and very small. Went for ice, and the ice machine was out of order. Wifi was minimal and kept cutting out. Washers and dryers-only two for the entire hotel. Of those, only one is working. Hot water in sink in bathroom just trickles out of tap. Have never stayed at a location this. We are loyal Choice Hotel brand guests, but will have to look at other chains if this is how the Comfort brand is being run now.
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