Close to the ferry terminal and within walking distance of downtown shops and restaurants, this hotel consists of an original building and a newer attached building with larger rooms. Décor and layout of rooms do vary, but all are comfortable and attractively furnished.
Smoke free premises. 91 units. 2-3 stories, interior/exterior corridors. Accessibility (Call).
cancellation fee imposed, pet friendly (call for restrictions/fees.).
OVERALL GUEST SCORE
Based on Ratings from 161 guests
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Pros: Breakfast was great. The staff were helpful.
Cons: There was a train that rolled by both nights woke me up. But not really much one can do about that.
Pros: Friendly and Caring Staff. The manager even jumped into 'action' when all the housekeepers had gone home, by helping to vacuum a small powder spill in our room. So kind and attentive! Location great. Room quiet and the breakfast had a good variety.
Cons: Nothing at all. Loved the hotel.
Pros: I liked how there was easy access to the parking lot from the rooms. The complimentary breakfast was good, we would have liked more fruit options but we were happy because they stayed open later than normal. Room was clean and the bed was comfortable.
Pros: We stayed here because it was pet friendly and close to the ferry.
Cons: A bit noisy since the train goes by a couple times. I thought it was overpriced by about 20%.
Verified AAA Guest
The signs leading to the hotel were not readily visible. The one on Dayton was very small and shared with another business. The one on Edmonds Way was obscured by trees during the day but when lighted, it was visible.
Pros: Breakfast was hot and good with a good selection
Cons: Since there are no taxis available it would be nice if you offered a shuttle service. We were leaving from the Amtrak station and had to pull our luggage. Not an easy task with heavy luggage and bumpy sidewalks and streets. When we asked for help we were just told sorry but we have nothing to offer.