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After Denny's we went straight out to Snoqualmie Falls, approx 40 minutes from the motel. It was on our list of things to do so we were pleased to discover that it was so close. The pictures (and video) speak for themselves so I won't go on about it, but it was beautiful. After Snoqualmie we headed out to go into Seattle to find the famous market. We stopped off at a small supermarket to get a bottle of drink ...
... crowds and took our spot perched upon a hill amongst the throngs – the perfect vantage point with a view of the lake and the awe inspiring Seattle skyline. What ensued was the most impressive fireworks display I’ve ever been witness to – not even Disney could match it. Usually at such events the most common utterings you hear from the audience are sarcastic “oooooh”s and “aaaaaaaaah”s; there was none of that ...
I've spent 2 days in the Pacific Northwest & have had coffee from McDonald's and a donut shop. I feel like such a failure for not driving around and looking for more independent coffee shops. Granted, I still have 3 more days (this trip) to find some more great coffee. And I have to say, both ...
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSeattle Airport Marriott
What a pretty hotel! We took the shuttle to the hotel, had a great meal, enjoyed the overall feeling of the hotel, had a good rest before catching our morning flight. The courtyard outside was super sharp. It was really nice!
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Historical Traveler Reviews Seattle Airport Marriott
This was a unique layout for a Marriott (I've stayed at quite a few all over the world) - a central atrium area with a pool surrounded by rooms on all 4 sides. The architecture was woodsy/cabin-like. It is located on top of a hill overlooking the Sea-Tac Airport. Don't expect to walk anywhere, the hill is pretty steep - but the hotel offers a great shuttle service to/from the airport that runs every 15 minutes. The shuttle only takes 5 minutes to get to the airport.
Only stayed at this property for one night in early July, but that was enough. I'm a huge Marriott fan and had never been disappointed in a Marriott property, but this one was the first. We arrived in our rental car. We were given no clue as to what the parking situation was (valet, self park, etc.). We were greeted in the lobby by the food and beverage manager (different).
Kind of worn out!
Friendly staff and good location but this is a tired hotel in need of a major update.
Not staying here again
We were expecting a much nicer hotel than we got. The rooms were very outdated and seemed dirty. However, the pool was great and we loved the atrium. I would not stay here again.
I travel for business 100+ nights a year and stay almost exclusively at Marriott properties.
I stayed at the Marriott at Sea Tac during a recent busines trip and the overall experience is okay.
Very Tired Property and Dirty
Stayed two evenings in May 2004 for a conference. Despite being a Silver Elite Marriott Rewards member, was told Executive Level Lounge was so small only Gold and Platinum could use.
Room was per reservation, but seemed like miles away from the lobby- again especially for Silver Elite.
Room was very dated and tired as was the entire hotel. Dirty carpet in hall ways. Parking was $12 a day, which was ridiculous as other near airport hotels don't charge.
Only positive was the bell staff (when at their station) and shuttle bus driver.
Very disappointing and will not stay again ever.
I have stayed at the Sea-Tac Marriott four times in the past three-four months and I really like this hotel.
Great Location - Nice Hotel
I live in NW Washington and had to take an unexpected trip to the East Coast. My flight left a 6AM so i decided to get a hotel close to the airport. The Marriott was very close, had frequent bus shuttles and secure parking. (Parking is not free!)
The staff was great and the rooms where well appointed. Neat inner court with pools and trees.