(Closed) Hotels near West Seattle or U-district?

posted 9 years ago in Seattle
Post # 3
Bee
981 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2008 - A tiny town just outside of Glacier National Park

Deca’s very nice, but I don’t know anything about the Mariott. Might be worth the extra cash?

Post # 4
Member
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Wannabee
  • Wedding: September 2008

You can book a block of 10 rooms at the Unviersity Inn for free.  It is a pretty nice hotel with continental breakfast, afternoon snacks, and an outdoor pool.  If you block more than 10 rooms, you have to guarantee that a certain percentage of them will be filled.  I think that the rate we were quoted for last August was $135/night.

http://www.universityinnseattle.com/html/seattle-lodging.asp

 

The Silver Cloud in the U District offers a “family” rate that is the same as their AAA rate, but doesn’t allow you to block rooms.

Post # 5
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1482 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: July 2010

What about the Residence Inn on Lake Union?  I bet they will work with you to get a decent group block rate, AND they have a fabulous breakfast that is included in with the rate (re: real eggs, bacon, waffles, fruit, etc- similar if not exactly the same as Springhill Suites).  Or you could try the Courtyard on the other side of the lake.  It doesn’t include breakfast, but if your guests are going to West Seattle then it’s super easy to get on Hwy 99 from there.  I would try working with the sales managers to negotiate getting parking in with the rate too.  It can’t hurt to ask, especially since parking at any hotel is going to be extra for your guests.

And no… I don’t work for Marriott, but I used to and so I might be a bit brand-loyal 😉 

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