Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Free Breakfast, full kitchen with Paul Mitchell Shampoo, one of the best! (Residence Inn Downtown Bellevue)

When I look into hotels, area is a big thing for me because of safety reasons in addition to price. This hotel was on sale on when I saw it (for ways to save on Hotel bookings, please scroll to the bottom). When I was looking hotels in the Seattle region, but many were already booked. The ones that wasn't booked were either sketchy looking motels or really expensive ones in Downtown Seattle.
   This hotel is located right in the heart of downtown Bellevue and is 10-15 minute walk from everything that includes Bellevue square, the Bellevue transit center and etc... The location is relatively clean compared to other parts of Seattle. I was on a trip with my cousins and we were carpooling. The parking wasn't included, so we had to buy a parking pass separately, which was $12 per night.
    I booked two rooms, and each room was one that had a bed and a sofa bed. When I arrived into the rooms I was very impressed. The room had a very comfy "at-home" feel. It included things like kitchen cutlery, plates, cups and napkins. There was also a toaster, fridge, microwave and sink. The bed was also very big and comfortable and there was a living room area with a big sofa that also turns into a bed (but the bed wasn't as comfortable as the actual bed). The TV was a large screen one that is placed on a rotating stand that you can either turn around to face the bed or face the sofa. There was also a dining table that had an internet port.
   In addition, the shampoo and soaps that were used here was made by Paul Mitchell, which was of a higher quality. The fitness center was pretty big with a full set of weights, treadmill and arm machines. The pool was also pretty big too.
   The continental breakfast included cereal, an assortment of breads, milk, an assortment of juices, waffles, scrambled eggs, sausages, warm oatmeal, toast, cereal, and coffee. It was pretty nice and they opened up the lounge area for the guests to enjoy. Overall, the hotel is a excellent one and is one that I would stay at again. For the price of $139 and the things that it come with, it is pretty good value.
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