Tukwila >DoubleTree Suites by Hilton Hotel Seattle Airport - Southcenter
Mediocre and overpriced.
We went here, frankly, because it was in our Entertainment book. It is in a decent hotel, and the atmosphere was quiet and clean. We went on a Sunday night, and there were only 2 other parties eating there, that should have been a red flag. My wife ordered the Northwest Cioppino, and I the Ribs. Her seafood was definitely not fresh, nor was the accompanying broth and rice anything remarkable. She ended up eating only half of her meal. The ribs I ordered were remarkably dry, and fairly bland as well. They were also rather tough and I had to press down sharply with my steak knife to cut them. However, the ribs were more palatable than the Cioppino, so we ate all but two of them. The ribs came with french fries, and looking back, they were the best part of the meal. I want to note that the Northwest Cioppino was $19 and the Ribs were $20. They were way overpriced for the quality of the food.
I do want to say one positive thing though; our server was quite nice and took good care of us, meeting all our requests and keeping the water glasses full.
I would definitely not eat here again, nor would I recommend anyone else to either.
Luxury beds and deluxe amenities help business folks and families sleep well at this comfortable mid-level chain..
Warm chocolate chip cookies greet every guest at this Hilton-owned hotel, a friendly touch that fits in with the hotel's business-casual attitude. Another way Doubletree helps its guests relax is the Sweet Dreams bed, which features a pillow-top mattress, high thread-count linens, down comforters and lots of jumbo pillows. Amenities also include high-speed Internet access, in-room coffeemaker and complimentary newspaper; properties also typically feature a swimming pool, a fitness center and a range of meeting facilities.
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