11200 SE 6th St, Bellevue, WA 98004
Phone: (425) 688-3191
Phone: (425) 454-4424
Phone: (425) 637-4610
Phone: (425) 637-4608
Phone: (425) 688-3207
TollFree: (800) 579-1110
Bellevue Club Hotel
Bike Parking: Yes
07/07/2010Provided by Citysearch -
An oasis of health, peace and comfort and my choice for best hotel in Seattle. Exquisitely appointed rooms with every comfort, from you iPod plug in alarm clock, marble showers, 600 thread count sheets, great Northwest cuisine for room service, and the best health club associated with any hotel in Seattle. Put your parents up here while they are in town; they will thank you!
01/06/2010Provided by Citysearch -
Little by little what should be a great place to work out gets worse and worse by the day. It's the little things that add up to a bad over priced experience. Mediocre food, being robbed twice within the athletic complex (ladies don't leave anything out ever!); locker rooms that are always under construction, and constant nickle and diming. Every class costs $$ on top of the monthly $250 fee. Most classes geared to a geriatric set during the day too so don't expect to be challenged unless you order private work out coaching for $$$$ money. If you want a place to play tennis you just have to grin and bear it; for work out only athletes look elsewhere.
11/08/2007Provided by Citysearch -
I do not recommend this place. Extremely disorganized. I find it hard to believe that they consider themselves a luxury hotel. I had planned one of their packages that included a spa treatment. Made the appropriate reservation in both places (hotel, and spa) well in advance. Upon arrival, we had to wait an hour past our check-in time. We were invited to stay in their tearoom. This only gave us less than an hour to get into our room and head to the spa for our treatment. As we were about to head down, I called to confirm our time, and the receptionist non-chalantly told me that she has no confirmed appointments. After a large amount of time trying to deal with this place, the manager in charge at the time called us 2 hours later and essentially told us that it was ""kind of our fault"", but did manage to reduce our price from $600 to $250. (although, they put a hold on my card for the $600 amount). Regardless, there was no apology, the romance package is a sham, and ultimately they ruined the anniversary weekend for my wife and I. The employees from the management down are incompetent. In hindsight, we should have left immediately and went down the road to a large name hotel to get better service. My opinion is DO NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY WITH THESE PEOPLE. Instead of Bellevue Club, it should read Bellevue INCOMPETENCE.
09/28/2006Provided by Citysearch -
I was a little intimated because when we arrived, it was such a sophisticated looking hotel and we had brought our 1year old with us on our vacation. But the staff was great, and our room was so comfy and clean! I could have stayed there longer than one night. The bathroom was beautiful. We slept so well because it was so quiet and the bed was sooo comfy. Our king bed fit two and a half, with plenty of leg room. We only stayed for one night, but the place seemed kid friendly, and we will definetly be staying there again! My only complaint was that it took a little more effort than it should have to find the registration desk.
06/21/2004Provided by Citysearch -
Great weekend rates for the type of hotel.
The room details are also outstanding, very clean, mini bar in the room, soaking tub & shower seperate, excellent bed and pillows, room gets cleaned twice a day. Room service & concierge 24 hours. Fitness center is top notch!
OK, now the bad parts. If you want to see Seattle, it's about a 15 minute drive into town. The hotel itself is next to the freeway in Bellevue, so no nice views from the rooms. Noise from the freeway also. The regular rooms are small, but the club rooms on the first floor seem a little bigger, plus they have nice little patios and vaulted ceilings. The tv's in the room are tiny, although they do have the in room movies you can order.
If you want to experience Seattle, especially the downtown area, I would go with the Eliott Grand Hyatt.
01/06/2003Provided by Citysearch -
My wife and I are locals and have stayed at some of the Downtown hotels for our little getaways and we believe that we have found our new favorite. The decor, services and cleanliness were top notch, and the beds...well let me just say that we ordered the matresses as soon as we returned home. The place is bigger than it looks. My only complaint is that the signage was hard to find. We got a little turned around in the club at one point. Fortunately the staff was very nice and helped us find our way. This is our new quiet getaway spot.
10/11/2002Provided by Citysearch -
The Bellevue Club's sleepy eastside location makes it less desirable for out-of-town guests who want to experience Seattle. That said, it's the BEST hotel I've ever stayed in (and I have stayed in more than 100 hotels across the US). Only the finest bed and bedding guarantees a comfortable night's sleep. The BEST health club associated with any hotel in the country is included. Added luxuries such as hand weights in the room if you want to exercise solo, a garden tub for a huge bubblebath, high-end bathroom fixtures that made me feel like a millionaire when i took a shower, a beautiful deck, interesting, beautiful room decor, a CD player in the room, and more, make it just PERFECT. If you are bringing relatives in from out of town, or if someone you know has business on the Eastside, this is perfect. They will feel refreshed and pampered.