Located just off Exit 206 on the I-5 southbound. Seattle Premium Outlets and Tulalip Casino Resort is 15 mins away. A free shuttle to and from the casino is provided by asking the concierge. It was a little challenging to locate so we were lucky it was still daylight when we arrived. Printing directions off Google Maps helped. There was plenty of free parking. I had a peek at the pool and hot tub as we walked towards the lobby. It was empty at the time. The hot tub could use a new coat of paint. The fountain and koi pond provided a serene place to wait for the Tulalip Casino shuttle at the front entrance.
Check in was no problem. We were given the free wi-fi instructions with our room cards. Hot breakfast, buffet style was included the next morning from 6-9:30am.
We stayed in room 220 on the 2nd floor. The room was a little dark but very spacious for 3, with a king size bed and a pull out sofa bed for my 17 year old daughter. The bed was somewhat bouncy and not the firmest but you get what you pay for. Pillows were comfortable enough. Regular price for the room was $179 but we got a manager's special of $104, although several websites, including theirs said there were no rooms available. When in doubt, call the hotel directly!
Our room included a flat screen TV and DVD player, full kitchen with stove top, full fridge, microwave, coffee maker, dishwasher, an eating area with a table and four chairs. We stayed overnight, so we didn't use the kitchen. The bathroom had a full tub and shower, granite counter top and a hair dryer on the wall beside the pull out makeup mirror. Other than hearing a garbage truck at 6:30am the next day, it was a pretty quiet location.
All in all, a convenient location if your goal is to visit the outlets and casino.