Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport
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Our much anticipated trip from the UK to Alaska started with a flight to Seattle on 21st August 2013, where we had 2 days to explore the city and its environs before boarding the Alaska Marine Highway ferry. I know 2 days is not enough, but we were determined to see as much as we could. The flight from Manchester via Reykjavik was fine, …
Ugh, what an incredibly long and somewhat unfortunate day it was today. Neither Ted nor I slept much, mainly because he was coughing all night with a throat infection he has picked up, and also little Ben was restless due to sickness. We still managed to get up at 4.30am, bundle up the car, give our farewells to Dallas and Gretchen, and be on our …
Today, we headed for Kalispell, MT and headed west to Seattle. We drove through the western plains of Montana, through the mountains in the panhandle of Idaho, including beautiful Coeur dAlene, ID, and into the mountains of eastern Washington, where we stopped to visit our old Air Force base, Fairchild, where we lived from 1978-1980. This base has …
... humble. Linda had driven over to the island and they brought us back with them and delivered us home. We now have two more lovely people we hope to stay in contact with via the blog and emails. I am aware of two amazing things that happened today. Firstly, concerning how things happen, some call it fate some coincidence. I do believe these experiences are planned for us by God. Secondly, the point ...
... at 10am that comes with a meal. The funniest thing just happened, a kid walked by with an iPhone blaring the "What does the fox say?" video and mimicking all of the noises while dancing around his parents lugging multiple stuffed bags. Looks like I have to flee the country in order to escape that song!! And on that note, I'm going to kill my boredom with the Limited Resources podcast (also as an attempt to get the fox song out of my head :P) Update1: got through security ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Continental Breakfast
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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
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TravelPod Member ReviewsSleep Inn SeaTac Airport
This hotel is nice for an overnight while waiting to fly out of SeaTac. We stayed here on our way to Anchorage, AK. We also parked our car for the week in their locked garage under the hotel for a fee (cheaper than airport parking). They provide a free shuttle to and from the airport. It runs every half hour. There is also a nice, free breakfast with breads, pastries, boiled eggs, and sausage links. We will be staying here on our way back from AK.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport
Good deal for chain hotel
Stayed overnight twice in September 2004, after arriving Seatac & then before departing two weeks later. Typical chain hotel, but very friendly & accomodating staff. Free shuttle to/from airport; good continental breakfast included. The main thing that put this above the usual chains was the staff (both times) & the relative newness of the lodging. As with any near-airport lodging, there is some noise from plane traffic, but turning the a/c fan on for white noise resolved that.
Great deal, friendly staff - highly recommended
The hotel is pretty new with clean and comfortable rooms. Hotel staff is friendly and helpful, and the free shuttle to the airport and w/in a 5 mile radius is convenient and saved us from a day of boredom when the airline stranded us for a day. Hotel breakfast has a good selection and was well-stocked, there is even a computer in the lobby for guests with high speed internet access if you didn't bring a laptop and want to check things online. Be sure and sign up for the airport shuttle in advance, especially in the morning. All in all, no complaints, a pleasant stay.
There were four women in our group and we stayed at the Sleep Inn to take advantage of the Park and Fly program. We arrived in the evening and asked where we could go for a drink. The hotel offered to shuttle us so we wouldn't have to worry about driving. The driver was very knowledgable about the area and took us to a great place.
Very impressive for the price
The Sleep Inn at SeaTac was just what we were looking for prior to our flight from the nearby airport. Cheap ($65), spacious clean rooms, King sized bed (which was very comfortable), free parking, friendly staff and best of all no airplane noise.
Other pluses: free internet access at reception, good breakfast selection (included with the price of the room).
If you want somewhere to stay before a flight, then I really recommend this hotel.
The Sleep Inn at Sea-Tac was a pleasant surprise. In addition to free shuttle service from the airport (approx. two miles) the staff will also shuttle you anywhere within a 5 mile radius. Located next to an IHOP is very convenient but a continental breakfast is also provided. Free internet access is available from the lobby computer. The staff is very helpful and friendly...rooms are clean and the price is reasonable. We stayed here before leaving on a cruise and it suited our needs. Try it!
Will stay at the Sleep Inn again
We stayed here before and after our trip out of Seatac in early May 2004. We used the park and fly package and also stayed 2 extra days before our flight. It was reasonably-priced, clean and reliable. Our flight back was delayed so we came in at almost 1:00 am, 2 hours later than scheduled. We did not have to wait long after we phoned for the shuttle bus.
The rooms and furniture are relatively new. The breakfast consisted of muffins, bagels, juices, hard-boiled eggs, waffles, toast, fruit, cereal, cofee, milk, etc.
We were assigned one of the suites on the night we came back. It had a sofa(bed?), coffee table and sink in the living room area and there were enough towels for 4 people.
We will definitely stay here again.
Best place to stay near the airport
We've stayed here twice--before and after flights. Both times the staff was friendly, the rooms, although basic, were clean. It's also relatively quiet, and the free airport shuttle is a plus. This is a no-frills, clean, and decently priced hotel, and I would stay here again.
Good, good, good!!!
The Sleep Inn in Seattle is most friendly, accomodating & clean!! The desk clerk had all kinds of time for us & actually gave us a price lower than I found on-line. Nothing here to complain about at all.
Don't sneeze too loudly
we stayed at this hotel 10 days ago and whilst the long term parking arrangements are good they could easily be duplicated or bettered along the airport boulevard strip.... the motel is only 2 years old and the rooms are large and well appointed ... my suggestion would be to book the top floor as we were on the 3rd and" when the person next door sneezed three different rooms called Bless You " a bit of an overstatement but the walls are very thin and noise easily transmits from one room to another.... reasonable value....
No Noise from Sea-Tac
This hotel is the best kept secret; hotel staff are very helpful and pleasant. The shuttle service to Sea-Tac is excellent, and of the other four hotels we've stayed at, at this location it is very quiet; no airplane noise. The rooms are spacious, clean and very reasonably priced. IAH right next door is great.