Kitsap Hospitality actually has apartment units in at least two complexes, one in Bremerton and one in Silverdale. When we confirmed our stay with the manager we were given the option of where we wanted to be. We actually stayed in one of the Kitsap's units in Bremerton as it was closer to the Bremerton Raceway, the destination of our trip but Trip Advisor did not find any results for that location but I thought I would write a review as we enjoyed our stay.
The aparment complex was huge as we stayed in the H building and each building had at least 12 units. The complex itself was in a more rural area of Bremerton and not within walking distance to stores but was on a bus route. Our group arrived in stages so this was a bit inconvenient for our daughter and her partner but they knew ahead so picked up Subways for dinner and cereal/milk/bread for breakfast before our arrival.
The unit we stayed in had 2 queen beds, one with an ensuite. The manager I spoke with when confirming which unit we would be staying in did indicate the second bedroom was quite small in Bremerton (as compared to the Silverdale option) but there was plenty of room for bedside tables, a dresser, closet space, etc.
We chose a longer stay apartment option (as opposed to 2 hotel rooms) as we wanted to be able to visit with our daughter and her partner as much as possible during our 3-4 day stay. The cost for the entire unit per night was so reasonable ($120 per night) for what we were getting. It turned out to be less expensive than the Expedia price of about $155/night but that may be due to the difference between the Silverdale and Bremerton locations as the manager did indicate the Silverdale apartments were bigger. We wanted to be close to the Bremerton Raceway where we would be spending our days and Bremerton is also only a short bus ride away from the ferry from Seattle where my daughter was arriving from.
The unit was freshly updated, clean, equipped for four and had at least 2 TVs with cable (maybe a 3rd in the second bedroom but did not check). There was a small deck with a barbeque but we had planned our meals around the stove and microwave so did not get to try it. There was also a very nice clubhouse for guests that had an outdoor pool, very large lounge with giant TV, weight room, sauna, whirlpool, tanning bed, etc. Plenty of parking, even for our friends who joined us for dinner on Saturday.
Our unit was on the lowest section of the very sloped property but still had a view of the water around the two clumps of trees. There was no air conditioning but there were two huge fans that easily moved the warm air out that had been trapped when we were out during the day.
I would definitely stay again. The only thing that would have made it slightly better was to have a few basic condiments like salt, pepper, cooking oil, etc but those were easily purchased. Of course being an apartment for longer stays, you do not have daily room service but do have weekly housekeeping. If you like to be pampered on a daily basis pick an appropriate option for your stay. We wanted an option where we could make our own meals, sit and visit in the living room, etc.
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