Doubletree by Hilton Seattle Airport
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Flew from Reno to Seattle for overnight stay and early morning departure for Kauai!
Vacation Day 2 Sunday Sept 18 2011
Last night was another night of not-so-great sleep. I remember staring at the clock at 1:17am and again sometime just after 3:00 am. Unfortunately, the alarm did not go off at 4:30 as scheduled. Luckily, I woke-up at 4:47 am and jumped out of bed and so did hubby. He jumped in the shower and I went to …
I always wear my boot traveling as it saves me time when I don't have to think about where to put my foot and how! The flight attendant leaving Jax said I should have a wheelchair waiting for me in Houston. Nah, but she insisted, thank God. We had to go from one end to the other. Bless her heart! When the attendant on the way to Seattle said the …
Wow, we are finally off! The day at work and packing up our final things couldn't have taken any longer. While we had many responsibilities to take care of, such as Peyton, we did not plan on running into Jan and Dawn, Erin's neighbors. WOW, they were generous by giving us a few chocolate chip pecan cookies, something that we will be savoring on …
Woke up this morning to rain. Time to break out the raincoat and umbrella.
I decided to take the Famous Seattle tour instead of Mt. Rainier. The biggest enticement is an opportunity to go on the Sea Star from the show "Deadliest Catch".
In the lobby today I saw a couple I met on the city tour yesterday. They were getting ready for …
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We had a big room with a balcony overlooking a lake. We were 5 minutes from the airport & they offered a free airport shuttle. They had warm cookies and big smiles at check-in. The hotel is huge and the rates are great. There are lots of fast food places, small grocery stores & a liquor store all across from the hotel.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Doubletree by Hilton Seattle Airport
Old Doubletree in Seattle
Yes the Hotel is very handy to the Airport, which was great, & it was priced competitively. BUT it looks very old, out dated. My Duvet & furnishings in my room looked very used & the room itself was miles away from the lobby - thought I was staying in Seattle not Las Vegas! I travel every 2wks & spend many a night in a hotel room. The staff were helpful but I wouldn't stay here again.
Additional Parking Fee!!!
I couldn't believe it, when I had to pay an additonal $12 to park my car. You would think that if your spending the night parking would be free. Plus, another additional charge of $8 for internet access. Room was acceptable, except I could hear people walking in the room above me, so needless to say I didn't get a good night sleep. The cafe where I had breakfast I was seated at the table, but never was helped to take my order.
I will stay at another hotel in the area that has free parking, free internet access, and free continental breakfast. I won't be back.
This hotel is close to the terminal building but still requires a minibus transfer. (quick and easy)
Shabby and run down, slow service
This place is quite a dump. The rooms are old, the carpet dirty and dingy.
Room service was so slow that I called to tell them not to send the order because of the slow service, the order magically appeared 3 minutes later. I suspect that the lazy service person realized that she would not get her delivery money and rushed it right over.
Location is OK (near SEATAC airport).
Don't stay here if you have any other choice near the airport.
A good evening
I stayed here a couple of weeks ago just because and had a really enjoyable evening. Had the pleasure of dining at the resturante, Seaports and using my entertainment card. The bill with tip was $26 this was for NY steak and crab cakes-2 meals. The property is located directly across the street from the airport and parking is $12. The facility offers an outdoor heated pool that is opened until 11pm and upon check in the guests are offered warm cookies. Nice! Great weekend prices on Priceline. Check biddingfortravel for the best hotel prices in the world.
After a miserable stay at the Radisson Sea-Tac, we thought the Doubletree would be heaven. Well, not quite. It took us three tries to get a decent room. The hotel is divided into different wings. The crappy wings are old and the rooms smell musty. The decor and bathroom are straight from the 70's. The exterior of the buildings in these wings looks like some outdated Polynesian tiki architecture. Our first room's AC wasn't working. The seond room was just gross. Finally, I requested to be put in the "tower" (the new wing). They said king beds weren't currently available in the new wing. I said I didn't care, we'll take two doubles! Once we got in the new wing, it was MUCH better. No airplane sounds, believe it or not. An excellent airport shuttle helped us catch our flight the next morning.
Doubletree Seattle Airport - Great Place.
Best deal around! The rooms are well-appointed, and location is perfect for those early morning flights.
No doubt about it. It will be the Doubletree for us next time!
We booked our hotel room through Priceline and got a great deal. The hotel is divided into 6 zones connected by either corridors or "skyways". Our room was in the last one -- zone 5b. The reception area itself was elegant and well-maintained, but the rooms were in need of maintenance. Our room had a slightly musty smell and stained carpets.
On the plus side, the staff was very helpful and tried to fulfill our requirements in every way possible. The hotel has a lot of amenities such as restaurants, bars, gyms, a business center and a swimming pool and jacuzzi. Most of the rooms face Bow Lake as did ours and it is a beautiful view from the balcony.
Budget travellers be warned -- there is a $12 parking fee per night.
Our hotel room was booked through a third-party company such as Expedia, Priceline, or Travelocity. The room we were in was in need of a make-over. The carpets were a disaster with stains and there were smudges and gouges in the wall. We were two doors down from the ice machine which was noisy all night long. Repairs were being undertaken at night and the repairmen were very noisy. Housekeeping knocked on our door at 8am wanting to clean our room. If you're on vacation, don't expect to sleep in.
We visited this hotel on the warmest day Seattle had experienced in over a year. We got a peek of the beautiful pool and for several hours my family enjoyed the water and large lounge area. The pool area was well stocked with towels. Our large room was a treat for me, with large windows and a balcony. The beds were very comfortable. We visited the weight room that was well supplied with machines, weights, tv's and kept very cold. The halls connecting building to building are glass and you fell like your in a garden. The Expresso bar was a busy stop in the morning and I noticed you could check in for Alaska Airlines(kosk) at the lobby of the hotel which is easy as well. It was a very enjoyable experience!