Days Inn Seattle/Sea-Tac International Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Business Services
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TravelPod Member ReviewsDays Inn Seattle/Sea-Tac International Airport
Days Inn at SeaTac is very convenient for those who need to be close to the airport; it's a 5 minutes to the car rental return and from there a quick shuttle to the airport. The morning & evening staff from front desk to the breakfast area are wonderful and friendly.
The room is fair and I'd only recommend that they use a little more fabric softener in their towels. I informed the front desk staff about a minor leakage from the bathroom's pipe system to the carpet; that was fixed immediately. I didn't like the scent of someone smoking in the hallway, but the area is surprisingly quiet for a good night sleep; I guess I was too tired from hearing the plane's engines after lots of hiking and snowboarding at Crystal Mountain.
I might stay here again if the price is right due to the convenience, but there are many other hotels to choose from in Sea-Tac.
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