I stayed at this hotel for 2 nights, Sept 20 and 21, 2013, to attend a family wedding. The lobby doors do not automatically open, so you have to wrangle your luggage while opening the door. The lobby was less than inviting, the carpet was torn and dirty. There are only 2 ice machines in the hotel, both in the industrial stairwell; 2nd and 4th floor, but only the one on the 2nd floor worked. The room was clean. The outlets were so old that the plugs kept falling out, they were under the desk, behind the chair, and there weren't enough. The pillows were so hard it felt like you were sleeping on a brick. I asked at the desk for softer pillows, mentioned how hard the pillows were and the staff said that others had complained. I was provided with a new one, but it wasn't much better. The TV was an old analog set, but it did work. I got the reduced (?) rate of $100 as the wedding discount, but the extra night cost $120.
When I returned to Seattle, I stayed at Hotel 5 in downtown Seattle, paying $137 for the evening. The bedding was lush, soft pillows, Keurig coffee pot, real glasses and coffee mugs, plush towels. When comparing the 2 hotels, the Quality Inn is committing highway robbery.
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