Quality Inn and Suites Everett Seattle

101 128th Street Southeast,Everett,United States

  • Experience World-class Service at Quality Inn and Suites Everett Seattle

    Situated in Everett, Washington, this hotel is 21-miles from downtown Seattle. It features a 24-hour gym and the hotel provides free Wi-Fi in every guest room. Each room at the Quality Inn & Suites Everett/Seattle includes coffee facilities and cable TV with pay-per-view movies. An in-room safe is provided along with free local telephone calls. Quality Inn & Suites Everett features a 24-hour business center. The hotel also offers free corporate shuttle services within a 10-mile radius. A hot breakfast is available each day at 06:00 and includes a waffle station. The Future of Flight Aviation Center is 7-miles from the Quality Inn & Suites Seattle/Everett. The Space Needle is 21-miles away.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Pets Allowed
    • Restaurant
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Currency Exchange
    • Business Center
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • Nice place to stay in Vancouvet

      Reviewed 07 August 2019

      This Choice hotel is conveniently off I-5 and close to The Vancouver Mall. Plenty of places to eat and shop. The hotel room was very comfortable and lots of space for two people. The staff was pleasant and helpful. The hot breakfast was typical; good food and pleasant atmosphere. I would recommend it. Convenient to Vancouver and Portland area.

    • Check whether your door is locked

      Reviewed 05 August 2019

      I stayed two Friday nights in July. I am torn between 3 and 4 stars, but given that the price is good compared to nearby alternatives, I will round up. When I entered the 4th floor hall, I noticed a slightly unpleasant smell--maybe some combination of pet & cleaning agents? But it was not overwhelming and was nearly imperceptible in the room. After having made a couple of trips from my car with various items and then being in my room for a while, I decided to lock the deadbolt and was initially unable to. I had to push it hard to get the deadbolt to lock; that in turn made me figure that perhaps anyone could have come in previously, though I'm not sure. My other room similarly required some force to use the deadbolt. The rooms were reasonably spacious (I had the 1 king, which was in its own area but open to the living area. As I recall, my refrigerator for the first stay had a freezer section; the second did not. The bathroom had a nice big, well-lit mirror. Shower heads seemed unusually low on the wall but provided a nice spray. I don't think there was a bathroom fan. Hair dryer, ironing board, and iron were available. Air conditioner worked fine. Noise from the outside was noticeable--128th Street is busy, and this hotel also next to I-5--but not terrible. The room and bathroom were clean. During my second stay, an alarm went off around 2:00, and I hit what apparently was the snooze, as it went off again before too long. I could not figure out how to turn off the alarm, so I ended up unplugging it and pulling out the batteries. By then I could not really sleep any more. The bed was comfy. The blinds let in a little more light than I preferred at night, while the bedroom and living area lacked overhead lighting (or even strong lamps) I would have appreciated while awake. TV selection was decent, though for some reason the channel that was listed as having KCTS (Seattle's PBS) instead had some sort of cable TV promotional material. Wireless worked fine. (Computers also were available in the lobby, but I did not try them.) I think the binder indicated that ice was on the 1st and 3rd floors, but it actually was on the 4th rather than the 3rd. In-room coffee makers were single serve with 2 decaf and 2 regular filters. Breakfast was good, except the scrambled eggs, which had a weird sort of grainy texture (I tried a bit both times to check). There were plenty of bacon strips and a slow cooker with sausage gravy for biscuits. The waffle maker had two separate flavors: a basic style and then either banana nut (first stay) or cinnamon roll. Fresh fruit choices were apple and oranges. The Seattle Times was available at the front desk Saturday morning. I had to ask about the location of the exercise room; it is at the far end of the first floor, which turns a corner near the end. It was a pretty standard setup. The desk attendants were pleasant enough. Upon arrival, they take some info about the guest's car (first time just model & color; second time I was asked for license #) and provide a parking slip for the dash. They also provide a coupon with a discount for O'Donnell's Restaurant across the street, though I did not use it.

    • Nice place to stay

      Reviewed 19 July 2019

      They can be busy, so call ahead. It is clean and staff are great, places to eat and shop are near. Rooms were very comfortable, clean, and it was quiet in the room. The bed was good as were the pillows. We will stay here again, very busy place.

    • Disappointment

      Reviewed 08 July 2019

      All we wanted was a quite , clean place with an okay breakfast . Somehow this Quality Inn made a mess of that : 11pm was when we checked in . The parking lot was full moved cones in the weird construction mess outside, the elevator was busted and we were up on the third floor. No vent int he bathroom cranked the A/C for white noise . The breakfast should have just been the standard fair of coffee , make it yourself waffles and some type of eggs . It was cold , weird , the coffee & plates are in a hallway . The OJ was weak , the coffee was bad all in all - just dont bother . We thought our bar for basics-was low . A snail would squeeze under this low place . Picture of what my child got out of the OJ dispenser

    • Clean and comfortable - and cant beat the price

      Reviewed 08 May 2019

      The hotel was recently remodeled and both the lobby and rooms were clean and welcoming. The price was excellent for the area, and the location off I-5 was very convenient. My only complaints were that: 1) during the remodel new tubs were apparently added but the shower heads werent raised. This means I had to crouch to shower effectively (and Im only 510); and 2) the curtains are mounted about 8 off the window, which means that even when the blackout curtain is drawn a LOT of light comes in from the street lights.


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