Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport
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Yep, het regent nog steeds. Belgie is er niets tegen.
Op een zondag zijn alle winkels in Seattle open. Perfect om de gaatjes van mijn reiszak op te vullen en het gat in de geldzak wat groter te maken.
Ik maak eveneens van de gelegenheid gebruik om nog wat avenues en streets te ontdekken in de stad. Vanaf de 35 ste verdieping op …
Het Regent Hier Pijpestelen.
Teardrops are falling on my head zou ik schoon kunnen zingen mocht ik buiten lopen. Het lijkt wel een Belgische dag, behalve nu natuurlijk want jullie kunnen nog mooi nagenieten van een nazomer. Doe dat vooral!!
Ondanks de regen is Seattle toch een stad naar mijn hart. Maar dat hadden jullie …
De Amerikaanse Frank De Boosere had het voorspeld en hij was juist. Regen. Het moest er ooit eens van komen he. De regen is net zo nat als bij ons en alles ziet er dan minder stralend uit.
Een goed moment om me nog eens om te draaien en verder te slapen. Tenslotte was de eerste week redelijk druk dus een extra dutje zal deugd doen.
Wat kan ik nog meer verlangen op een donderdagnamiddag ?
Meer hoef ik daar niet aan toe te voegen zeker :-)
Wat een rare dag ! Ik geraakte maar niet op dreef en had moeite om wakker te worden. Nochtans scheen het zonneke in Yakima.
Zullen we nog eens een poging wagen om Mount Rainier te gaan opzoeken ? Op weg naar het park was alles zowat verdeeld in laagjes. Onderaan : zon, ettelijke meters hogers : mist, gevolgd door een straalte zon om dan …
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Free High-Speed Internet
Historical Traveler Reviews Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport
This is a relatively small hotel with small rooms in a very competitive market. So it has to have a good business plan to survive. And it does have several advantages over its neighboring properties. For instance, its restaurant (hearty food in large portions) and bar (walnut-paneled with a fireplace) are nice enough to pull in people from the community. Also, this is the only hotel I've stayed in that has the much advertised air-pillow bed system. It's an expensive toy, but quite comfortable to sleep on and makes up for the hotel's compact rooms.
We arrived one night after 12 hours of traveling to find that the hotel had given our confirmed reservation away! We had booked this hotel back in May, confirmed before our travel, and even PAID for it before we arrived, only to be told they were "overbooked" and had to give our reservation away. Apparently having a confirmed reservation means nothing. They put us up in a dirty, nasty hotel called the "Renton Inn" that was literally between a pawn shop and a massage parlor, and miles away from where we needed to be. They were going to offer us another free night at a Radisson, but we said no thank you! They still have not credited us our charge card, so we are still arguing with the credit card company about that.
Finally, a decent airport hotel
We don't expect much from airport hotels...a good night's sleep and help catching an early morning flight...but we rarely have found even that.
The Radisson Gateway is the first airport hotel we'd go back to. Especially appreciated the Sleep Comfort bed.
The Hotwire rate of $85 was well worth it. We'll stay again.
Great Hotel - Airport or No!
The Radisson is especially convenient to the airport but it's a great hotel even if you don't need to stay by the airport! Amazingly warm and comfortable it provides everything you need with extras in a homey atmosphere; far different than the usual airport hotel. Beds that adjust in firmness/softness are a gift that should be required in every hotel! Good spot for business travelers or others just needing a jewel of a place to stay at a good value.
Great hotel, great location
I couldn't understand all of the negative reviews of this property, but I believe they've just finished a big renovation project. I think it's great.
Immaculate, modern, spacious rooms...FREE PARKING...nice bar and dining room with excellent food...friendly, professional staff...free in-room WiFi...and you can walk to the airport. I timed my walk and it was about 8 minutes from the terminal to the crosswalk by the hotel. It's faster than waiting for the shuttle.
I will definitely be back, and will recommend it to my co-workers who visit Seattle frequently.
Loved the hotel
I have stayed at this hotel several times over the past year. The renovation is great and I love the new Sleep Number Beds. The place is clean and the staff is very friendly.
Motel 6 would be better
They advertise they have just completed a renovation. HA! The lobby is beautiful. But the rooms in the adjacent building (which I assume you get unless you pay rack rate) are Roach Motel type! Honestly, the elevator shakes and shutters, the doors in the room are original and have been painted over so many times they are a quarter inch fatter than originaly designed. It stinks and is dank. And whats with the TV advertising about these new beds? Ours were the same hard rocks with squeeks that hotels have been passing off for 50 years.
Naw - I'll stay at a Courtyard or even Fairfield or Holiday Inn Express before I stay at a Radisson again.
Our family of 4 (two adults, two kids age 9 and 13) stayed here on July 12. We had moved from a decent Mariott Residence Inn on Lake Union (downtown Seattle) because we had a 6am flight on July 13. We've never had really good experiences at Radisson Hotels, but this hotel was the closest one we could find to the airport, and we figured the convenience would be worth it given our early departure time.
When we booked the hotel, about 2 months prior to our visit is was the Prime Hotel Seattle-Tacoma Airport. We were surprised when we asked our van driver to take us to the Prime and he informed us that about two weeks prior to our stay (mid June '05) it changed to a Radisson.