October 31, 2017

Review: SpringHill Suites Seattle Downtown

SpringHill Suites Seattle Downtown Suite 1 King


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Date of stay: October 15-18, 2017
Address: 1800 Yale Avenue Seattle Washington 98101 USA
Nightly Rate: 222 USD per night with complimentary breakfast
Room: Suite, 1 King, Sofa bed
How to get here: From the airport, take the LINK to Westlake Station & Pine Street, cost is 3USD. From there, you can take the complimentary shuttle to the hotel. It is advisable to inform the hotel which time you would need the shuttle to the hotel.

Hotel Exterior & Entrance



Hotel Reception & Lobby




Room Keys


6th Floor Hallway


Suite, 1 King, Sofa bed, room 626

King bed

Sofa bed

Kitchen

Work desk, wifi is complimentary

LG flat screen TV

Bathroom


Iron and ironing board

Floor plan

A bit obstructed view of the Space Needle

Amenities

Swimming pool (6am to 11pm)

Fitness Center (6am to 11pm)

Business Center, 24 hours

Convenience store

On-site laundry, 2nd floor

Bistro On Yale Bar


Complimentary Breakfast Buffet











Complimentary Shuttle

Complimentary shuttle stops at Seattle Center (Space Needle), West Lake Shopping Center, Washington State Convention Center, and 202 Westlake Ave N. Reservations required, 7am to 9pm except 5pm.

CONCLUSION

We arrived at the hotel around 3:50pm and was helped by a friendly associate who assigned us room 626. He also informed us of the breakfast times as well as the different amenities the hotel has and the complimentary shuttle to the city center, etc. We loved the room as it was spacious and nice, and the view of the Space Needle although a bit obstructed was cool πŸ˜‰ The breakfast buffet had a very good offering although I missed the "make your own waffles" that the Residence Inn Vancouver offered. The complimentary shuttle to Westlake Center was really appreciated although it's not that far either to walk to the city center. Overall, we really enjoyed our stay at the SpringHill Suites although it was a bit expensive, perhaps due to Seattle being an expensive city.