Homewood Suites Seattle - Tacoma Airport / Tukwila
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The quiet fades, the cars emerge after being silenced and snowbound for a few days; the world returns to normal hustle bustle, regrettably.
... Flight and the Boeing factory at Everett, Washington. Some of you may know I have developed a rather nasty fear of flying of late. This wasn’t helped by the very bumpy flight we had from Vancouver to Seattle, and I’m not sure that it was helped by a visit to the Boeing factory!
A cross-section of a plane (which I can touch to feel how much a feat of engineering (READ: FLIMSY) it is) shows me exactly what’s between me and the open ...
... to fashion as their ultimate goal to apply, but the voyage through the Grand Canyon Road. Don't see too many decorations in this series, locomotives of the containing element in the most practical way from the bright colors represent part of the Grand Canyon, and classic match with moderate contour outline the image of comfort. The series born to risk, but also has a firm in the city wear.
... that was enough for me. I got out while I could and waited for the next ride. The next ride was an older man of faith picking me up for religious reasons. He was fat and happy. He got me into the next town.... I know I got picked up once more after that but it was not memorable enough to recall even 4 days later and I was very tired. After that I stood on the side of the road for 3 hours without getting a ride so I gave up and found a trailer park which kindly allowed me pitch my ...
... is quite a way away from the rest of the tall buildings. I assume there is an optimum spot or angle where they all line up but I have yet to find it. The main reason for hitting this side of town is the EMP Museum. It was set up by Paul Allen a Microsoft founder and is a love letter to rock and roll. Very much my bag then. The first exhibit documented the rise of the guitar, with actual models from as far back as turn of the 19th century. ...
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- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Fitness/Health center
- Business Services
- Free parking
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Historical Traveler Reviews Homewood Suites Seattle - Tacoma Airport / Tukwila
Booked online with the AARP rate ($69 per nite) last May. Our family of four arrived late in the evening -- the free hotel airport shuttle took a while to pick us up at the airport (it was 11 pm), but the driver was extremely courteous. Upon checking in, we were given the two bedroom suite -- it was huge! Very clean, very spacious -- too bad we were leaving the following morning to continue our journey. The front desk even made arrangements for us to be picked up in the morning by a limo. The service was wonderful. This is a great place to stay if you need to be near the airport.
Nice hotel stay
Enjoyed a very nice vacation here. Though out of the way, there are several nearby restaurants and mall within a mile. Downtown Seattle is about 15 miles north. Very large, tastefully decorated suites. Breakfast was okay, somewhat comparable to what you get at a Residence Inn. They seemed to run out of food constantly. Coffee, tea, and soft drinks are available free of charge 24 hours a day.
Minor complaints...for a room as large as this one, there was only one small garbage can in the kitchen. No desk in the room. There is free high speed internet in the room, but the access is at a small dining table.
Wonderful apartment like hotel
We have 3 children and needed more space than your typical traveller. This location has 2 bedroom suites that worked out great for our family. We felt like we were staying in a fully furnished apartment. The staff was also wonderful! The location was perfect - not too far from all the attractions. We will stay there again!
Excellant location, clean rooms. Think Embassy Suites at a reduced price.
Overall Impression: Fantastic. This is a recently remodeled, fresh hotel with a home-away-from-home atmosphere, beautifully decorated, reasonably-priced.
I stayed here for four nights in March 2005. The hotel has been completely renovated, it was finished in January, and the result turned out quite nice. The rooms are big and tastefully appointed. Everything worked like it should, from the free high-speed internet in the room to the heating and air conditioning controls. Washington state declared a drought emergency during my stay and I thought it odd that the renovation had not included water-conserving fixtures. The stream of water from the shower head was anything but water-conserving. I was thankful for that but wondered how they managed to get by with it. Of the two complimentary meals offered, breakfast was by far the best. The scrambled eggs were quite good and were accompanied by bacon, sausages, or Candian bacon (rotated throughout the week). Dinner was salad and soup, or cheeseburgers, or chicken wings (which had a delightfully spicy coating). Our group went to some of the restaurants around Southcenter most of the evenings but to have the alternative to stay in the hotel and get something to eat was a good thing. The exercise room was small and not that well ventilated. But during my stay, it was not well used so it really didn't matter that much. Laundry was a dollar to wash and a dollar to dry. The staff was helpful and friendly. I've stayed in this area many times during the past year, and the Homewood has moved to the top of the list. For its category of competition, the Homewood was excellent. I had a great stay.
Wow, best hotel we've ever stayed in
We lived in this hotel for a month while we were looking for a home to buy. This hotel was just being remodeled and was like staying in a Pottery Barn catalog. It was beautiful to be in. Regina, who was the night manager was so great and she had a game night on Wed. that my kids loved. She was wonderful with kids of all ages and we just thought the world of her. The night manager's reception was great and the light dinners were really awesome and we went most every night. Like the layout of this hotel too - easy to get around. One of my favorite, reasonably priced hotels. We stayed at 5 in Seattle and this was the best!!
Stayed here in November, 2003. This HWS is very close and convenient to Sea-Tac Airport, literally a three minute drive. It is also halfway between Seattle and Tacoma, so a good base location for any business in the Puget Sound area. The property itself is going through a renovation period, but is spread out into four or five different buildings. Any construction going on did not affect our stay (or sleep!). Very nice patio area for outdoor seating, and covered from the NW weather. Staff was very accommodating, had some confusion at check-in, but the manager on duty handled it and check-in was painless. Very plentiful breakfast and dinner. Overall would recommend this property for its proximity to downtown Seattle (20 minutes), Southcenter Mall and Boeing.
I stayed at the homewood suites Seatac Oct 28-29/03. I have stayed at numerous Homewood Suites and generally find them very good but didn't enjoy this experience. The non-smoking room that I had booked was obviously smoked in recently. I tried to change rooms but the hotel was fully booked. The staff didn't seem overly concerned and their solution was to send over someone with a bottle of "fabreeze" that I had to apply myself. I tried to get a room at the Embassy Suites but they were unfortunately full as well. The next morning all my clothes smelled of smoke. I also asked for a late checkout but all they offered was 1:00 (a whole hour!). The breakfast was OK but there was about 6 tables in the lounge so I had to eat sitting on the couch with my plate on my lap. I wouldn't recommend this Homewood suites.