The Radisson Seattle Airport Hotel is a great stay—the rooms are nice, it’s near the LINK to downtown, and it’s one of the few Radisson’s I’ve ever felt like an elite at.
I’ll be honest. I was so very close to switching my stay to the Hyatt Olive 8. I’m not sure when my next stay in Seattle is going to be, and I’ve had my eye on that hotel. But something told me not to, and I’m glad I didn’t!
I’ve stayed at the Park Inn near the Mall of America, and the room layout felt very similar—just in Radisson colors rather than Park Inn’s.
The room came with a couple of bottles of water that were replaced the next morning when my room was redone.
The bath products were a hodge podge of different brands. The shower gel was the typical Asira brand.
I can’t remember the other product’s brand names, but it was an odd mix of scents. Mint shampoo but Japanese Cherry Blossom conditioner.
They also had a loofah in the shower. This is my favorite little amenity. I’m not a washcloth person, so I really appreciate when there’s a loofah!
There was plenty of room for bags and lots of outlets.
Because I’m a Club Carlson Gold, at check-in, I was given a bag of intentionally-half-popped-popcorn (which I ate rather quickly), and a cookie:
In addition, I was given breakfast each day, either in the restaurant or room service, plus two drink coupons for cocktails.
The breakfast covers an entrée and two drinks (coffee and OJ for example). There appeared to be no limit, so I got the seafood scramble, and it was completely comped.
The hotel is literally across from the airport, but it would take a while to get to the gates from there, so I recommend taking the complimentary shuttle.
To get to the Museum of Flight from the Radisson, hook a right, take the A bus down to the exchange station and switch to the 124 headed downtown and hop off at the Museum of Flight stop (it’ll be announced as that, but is the 94th Place Stop). Don’t forget to get a transfer ticket from the first bus! If you want to head downtown afterwards to the local attractions, just hop back on the 124 in the same direction as before and get off at Vine Street.
I found it really easy to get back and forth between places, so completely recommend the Radisson Seattle Airport!