Fairfield Inn Seatac Airport
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- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Business Services
- Fitness/Health center
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Historical Traveler Reviews Fairfield Inn Seatac Airport
Fairfield by Marriott better than Marriott by Marriott
We stayed at the Fairfield in late April of 2005 the night before an early flight to go on vacation. Everything was perfect. There were no problems with the reservation. They offered many amenities for the price! We only stayed one night but they had a weight room, pool and a washer/dryer machine for $1 each! For about $110 + tax we had a great room, breakfast, shuttle to airport and parked for 10 days at no additional cost. They were polite, prompt and the place was very clean. I thought the beds were comfortable. The breakfast offered bagels, muffins, toast, yogurt, milk, juice, coffee, cereal, fruit, made to order waffles (clever!), eggs and a microwave as well.
Rooms catered to business travel with irons, hair dryers and etc. One can never take these for granted...I spent 10 of the next twelve days of my vacation without them.
This is a great find and I would feel comfortable staying here alone even though I tend to stay away from airport areas in general.
Parking was secured with a fence and well lit. The planes start taking off around 6am but they did not bother me. Hotel was very quiet.
To the staff: Nice job!
Great Price! Best Sushi!
This hotel was fantastic for a one night stay in March of 2005. We stayed in a ground floor near the parking lot/street and after worrying about the noise, we were delighted to find an absolutely silent evening. We stayed in a room with two queen beds and with a party of three people we had more than enough towels to accommodate two dips in the pool and showers afterwards! The beds were of a medium firmness and the pillows felt new! Both the pool and sauna were perfect temperatures and private and peaceful. The hotel also boasts of an exercise room that can be seen from the pool. Within walking distance of the hotel (two blocks max) we dined on the best sushi any of us had experienced! (Just ask the front desk who boasts ZERO complaints from guests eating there!) I make a point to stop and dine every time I'm in the area! Also, we took advantage of the shuttle to and from the airport three times and always they were prompt and courteous. THEY HAVE THE BEST COMPLIMENTARY BREAKFAST EVER! Yogurt, donuts, three juices, coffee, fresh fruit, cereal, and best of all make-your-own-fresh waffles! Two hot waffle makers and perfectly proportioned cups of waffle mix all freshly prepared yours for the taking! Not to mention free internet in room and a free guest computer with hi-speed in the lounge! ALL THIS FOR ONLY $70 per night! LOVED mY StaY!
Ok for an Airport Hotel
Stayed at the Fairield Seatac for one night on Nov. 29, 04.
Rooms were small. Beds were horrible. Hotel was very noisy. The bright points were the staff and continental breakfast the next moring.
Location was ok on the strip of airport hotels. For a quick 1 nighter at a good price the Fairfield should be fine.
Nice hotel near airpot
Stayed at this property near the SeaTac airport. Although it is close by, we did not hear airplanes. Room was very clean and comfortable. Continental breakfast was nothing special. Hotel was a good value for this area.
We stayed here one night to be close to the airport. The breakfast was good. The room was clean and the stuff was friendly.
When you arrive at the airport you have to call for the shuttle, it takes about 10 min.
We would stay here again.
Fairfield Inn Seatac
Stayed at the Fairfield Inn one night in June, 2004. The room was adequate in size. The washbasin is located outside the bathroom, which is nice when multiple people are trying to get ready. The beds were way too soft for my taste, but the pillows were more comfortable than average for this price range hotel.
We had 4 people in our room, and only 1 washcloth. It took about 3 hours to locate more and get them delivered to our room, which was unacceptable.
The shuttle transportation to the airport was very good. The shuttle also provided transportation to some of the local restaurants.
We were quite troubled by the fact that one of the rooms on our floor was under quarantine for dangerous chemicals. We didn't bother reading the information left by the public health department, but I doubt we would stay here again primarily due to this reason.
Nice Hotel, Good Tranportation
We stayed here one night to be close to the airport. The breakfast was good. The airport shuttle ran on the half hour and hour. You could also use it to take you to restaurants on the way to the airport. The hotel had a book full of local restaurant menus and whether the shuttle would take you there or not.
Clean room; friendly staff
Had a reservation for one night in early April. Clean room. Parking lot view. Comfortable mattress. Friendly, courteous staff. No hassles with checking in/out. Did not try the complimentary breakfast. Noise from highway barely noticeable but planes could be heard around 4 a.m. and late at night.
No fuss, no problems...
Stayed at the Fairfied Inn during March 2003. The fact that it's 13 miles out from the city itself is not a problem as there is a bus stop 2 minutes away from the hotel with the fare being only $1.50. Moreover, buses operate for most of the night so never worry about catching the last ride back to the hotel.Checking in and out was effortless and quick while the continental breakfast was fantastic; you basically ate as much as you wanted to. The room was a good size and had a very nice bathroom although the water could perhaps have been a little hotter.
The staff, I found, were very polite and good natured. Overall, if you're in town and looking to do it on the cheap, the Fairfield Inn is worth considering. Why pay a lot more for a hotel when, for the most part, it's only used as a place for rest?
We were leaving town for a trip and used the hotel for park and fly.
The hotel looks new, and the staff was friendly and efficient. We liked the 24 hr shuttle service so we could catch the plane without rushing.
Great value for the price we paid.
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