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Coast Gateway Hotel at Sea Tac – Review

We love to travel and this time we had the chance to try out a new hotel to us.  The Coast Gateway Hotel at Sea Tac Airport south of Seattle in Washingotn State.

We had an early flight so we had decided to stay at an airport nearby.  The Coast Gateway is literally right there.  The view out our window was the airline terminals.  Surpisingly, it was very quiet overnight.  We were not on the street side and the planes that were coming in and out to load/unload didn’t make any noise.

The lobby was very well decorated for the Holidays and we were greeted warmly upon coming in.  We found our room easily and settled in.

The room was also very nice and “cozy”, and by cozy, I mean a bit small.  If you are just visiting overnight or doing business in the area, this hotel room is perfect.  I wouldn’t choose it for a family vacation stay – but that is not likely since it is right at the airport.  It had all the amenities we needed and we were able to get extra blankets and pillows quickly.

We then took a few minutes to wander around and “tour” the hotel.  The fitness room is small but has the basics most would be looking for.  My favorite part was the computer located on the front counter to easily check in for your flights, print boarding passes and check flight statues.

In the morning they have a complimentary breakfast with plenty of Vegetarian options.  Grab a cup of coffee and watch the news as you wait for the airport shuttle that runs about every 15 minutes.  The shuttle is first come, first serve so do be sure to get down with a little extra time.

I would definitely consider staying at this hotel again.  Visit the official website HERE for more details.

 

Disclaimer: I received a media rate in exchange for a thorough review

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Busy Vegetarian Mom (403 Posts)

Just one Busy Vegetarian Mom working on transitioning to a Vegetarian lifestyle for myself and my family. I am recording what I learn here along the way. You can also find me writing at Daily Dish Magazine and Inner Child Food.


One Comment

  1. Looks like a nice hotel!

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