Coast Bellevue Hotel
i was skeptical, but this place proved me wrong completely, great rooms, non-intrusive staff, neat & clean, nice outdoor seating this has an attached restaurant which serves great steaks & grill with a decent choice of drinks, the proximity to downtown & the Bellevue TC – bus station makes this a great place for business & pleasure stay
We stayed there for two night during our visit to Seattle and the surrounding area. we choose this hotel because it was chip (around $90 per night) and location it seems good.
We arrived at Friday evening to Bellevue and when we want to turn right to the hotel we got stuck in the column that was waiting for Chick-fil-A drive in… That was horrible, we wait in line for 1.5h just to turn to hotel parking… I think that the hotel should inform us about the above crowds and suggest us an alternative route.
Room was clean and at first seemed ok for us… But when we went to bed, we found out that the mattress was very uncomfortable. Also, between our room and the next room there was a door that was locked, but however they were very thin so we could clearly hear the neighbors breathe (!!!). Guests in the next room made noise the whole night so I slept very little. Because of that door it seemed to me that i did not have privacy at all. More peace and privacy I had previously in some hostels…
For me in the hotel the kindness of the staff or breakfast (both was OK) is not so important as the quality of sleep. So this hotel is definitely not for me and next time if I will go to Seattle I’d rather stay in a hostel for the same price…
Horrible conference rooms, catering and overall service
If you are looking for meeting places in Bellevue you may be thrilled to get the quote for room rental here- it is cheap for the area. Remember- you get what you pay for though. The conference rooms here have dirty carpets, the chairs are your basic decade old look and the food served tastes like it has been under a heat lamp for hours. Drinks are made very weak at high prices. To top it off, when you ask questions at the front desk about where meetings are held, you get an I do not know answer and a blank stare- thankfully a hotel guest let me know where they were meeting based on them having seen the group. The hotel also has recently demonstrated how little they care about the community they are in with plastering their lot with do not park signs for Chick Fila opening. The parking lot they have is huge and they allow the backside to regualrly be used by taxi drivers who stand by there. The taxi drivers speed through the lots, play music with their doors open line up by the dozens- what a great image for when you stay there. They could easily create a great first impression of the entire chain by welcoming a new merchant and their hundreds of guests by allowing a small portion of their parking lot to be used. The cars would be there for less then an hour at most and would not show how negative the hotel is if they simply allowed even the side and back rows of the property to be used -allowing plenty of parking for hotel guests in the process- Next time I get an invitation for LinkedIn Bellevue groups at this property I will decline based solely on the property it is held at.
- Brad H
Quiet, clean, and well maintained. Checkin was fast and effecient. The room was clean and the bed and linens were very good. The breakfast was generous and very well done. Parking was easy and very close to our room.
Good Bellevue Location, Convenient to Seattle
This was the second time I stayed at this hotel. Both times were to attend baseball games at Safeco field in Seattle. The hotel is about 15-20 minutes from downtown Seattle, but is much more affordable than the downtown Seattle It has an outdoor pool, which is not easy to find downtown. This hotel is older, but has been renovated and provides good basic comfort for your stay in Bellevue. There is a nice courtyard and pool. We stayed in one of the rooms over the courtyard, and I would do the same again. Not luxurious, but I would stay here again.