Quality Inn Sea-Tac Airport
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TravelPod Member ReviewsQuality Inn Sea-Tac Airport SeaTac
It was okay for the money. We stayed there for a quick nights sleep. it was clean and quiet and worth the money because it was a quick 5 minutes to the airport. The breakfast was good though!
This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.
TripAdvisor Reviews Quality Inn Sea-Tac Airport SeaTac
Travel Blogs from SeaTac
... Can you guess where SeaTac is located?
I managed to convince Jamie to go into Seattle and head to Pike Place Market which has, you guessed it, the first ever Starbucks. We did the tourist thing there and took dorky pictures.
We tried to go to the Space Needle, but the "line" was about an hour and a half, and it was already about 8pm, so we had to save it for a ...
... s house and we got to visit Nana in the nursing home and spend time with Julie and family. Abby finished out her 6th grade school year strong with fantastic grades, lots of friends and great memories. Gavin is still going strong at Leafling Preschool, and is currently obsessed with his Star Wars workbooks. It's perfect preparation for kindergarten in the fall! That brings us to today...we are in the Alaska Airlines lounge waiting for our flight to ...
... I have to admit, going through security I was a bit rusty at the drill, but hopefully my travel savoir faire will return quickly because early tomorrow morning we fly to NYC's Kennedy airport where we will change planes to continue on to Milan, Italy. At this time tomorrow I will be somewhere in that time ...
... Boeing (the biggest employer), Starbucks, which originated in Seattle and has over 500 stores here alone; Nordstron, a major retail department store and of course Microsoft. Seattle is the fastest growing city in America - currently around 3.5 million people. Lots of waterfront property - expensive of course!
We spent some time around the Space Needle - Anne piked going up, but enjoyed some time wandering around ...
... remind me of my climb in the mid 1990's on the first of January. I brought a group of Denali Rangers here to train with the Mt Rainier Rangers that culminated in a summit bid of the mountain. We were the first expedition to summit the mountain that year.
We drop off the Needle and meet the group back on Forth St. for the Seafarer's Parade. A few hours of parade and we hit a few bars for drinks. Carolyn and I find an ...