See why so many travellers make Days Inn by Wyndham Seatac Airport their hotel of choice when visiting SeaTac. Providing an ideal mix of value, comfort and convenience, it offers a quiet setting with an array of amenities designed for travellers like you.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also boasts free breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Days Inn by Wyndham Seatac Airport, free parking is available.
While in SeaTac, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Days Inn by Wyndham Seatac Airport, including Anthony's (0.8 mi), Sharps Roasthouse (0.3 mi), and Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge (0.5 mi).
Plus, during your trip, don't forget to check out a garden, such as Highline SeaTac Botanical Gardens.
At Days Inn by Wyndham Seatac Airport, your comfort and satisfaction come first, and they look forward to welcoming you to SeaTac.
Long Black hair in shower/tub and on sheets of one of two beds. Mold and peeling paint in shower. Internet did not work. Did not feel safe in parking structure and around building. Alot of people who weren't staying at the hotel were hanging around the building throughout the night. Will not stay here again.
The room/beds were fine. It was old and dingy looking and it gave the impression that the staff didn't really care about how the hotel looked. However, customer service wasn't great. When I asked for assistance with the ice machine - I spent 2-3 minutes trying to get ice to come out to no avail -- the desk clerk appeared to be extremely put out to have to help me. He did, but grumbled the whole time. The breakfast was awful - packaged, tasteless "pasteries", instant oatmeal, yogurt, teabags, hot water and coffee. I would have preferred they not bother so we would have been prepared to get our own breakfast that morning.
The staff members were fine and helpful. The drivers of the shuttle to the air port were great. My issues were with the hotel itself, it's upkeep, and the stupid Wyndham Card that I was prompted to sign up for when booking the hotel - that strangely did not work at the hotel once I got there. A completely useless card that I now plan on canceling. I get more points and rewards with Amex, so having that non-working card is pointless. Beyond that, while at the hotel, I noticed there were holes in some walls, the elevator is clearly occasionally housing drunken idiots or some such nonsense - buttons pulled off, dents everywhere, etc. The other guests are...shady to say the least. I simply thought I was staying in a regular Wyndam airport hotel. Which, at one point in time it might have been. But then I was informed that, in Seattle, the idiots in charge have passed some insanity along the lines of not allowing homeless people to be evicted out of a hotel? I'm from NYC, so I would classify myself as pretty liberal, but the PNW and Bay Area in Cali are dregs circling the drain at this point. What's even more hilarious is most of them truly don't seem to realize it! It's like being in the twilight zone, truly. They won't just build housing structures to house people out here - oh no, that would be an eyesore! Can't do that! No, instead they allow people to rampage through cities, burning things down, squatting in hotels, ruining businesses, sitting about in groups taking drugs in the open, pooping in public, etc. Yes, it would be so bad to put them in housing or, for some, forcibly put them in an institution. Is allowing someone to defecate all over themselves while high on heroin really worse than an institution? Really? I would slap my family if they allowed me to lie on my side in public with sludge coming out of my butt with a needle hanging out of my arm instead of just forcibly committing me. But okay PNW-Cali residents! You guys do you! Build that lovely little utopia you all dream about where everyone gets along while having intense manic episodes over climate change anxiety while a homeless person rampages through the walgreens shoplifting shampoo and gold bond. Okay! To get back to this abysmal hotel. It's not the employee's fault. I'm not even sure it's the company's fault. But good lord Seattle has gone down the tubes. I'm happy I avoided the downtown area, because if this is what it looks like half a mile from the airport, I can't imagine. It was creepy, there were shady looking people everywhere, and you can hear screaming at the 7-11 next to it throughout the night. Do yourself a favor and pay more for the Hampton Inn.…
The rounded shower curtain rod was broken, so the curtain kept falling to the middle, allowing water out at both ends. (This was apparently known, because there were two floor towels, instead of the usual one). The toilet screamed like a banshee for 10+ seconds when flushed. I can only imagine what the adjoining and above and below units thought. Cable TV wouldn't change channels, so only one channel and while front office promised to send someone to fix it, no one ever came. Floors looked like they hadn't been vacuumed in quite a while. In-room coffee maker offered two coffee packets ... BOTH decaf. Husband booked trip under his name, but hotel had it listed under "Guest" wife's name (different last name), so we were told we did not have a reservation. Eventually that was cleared up.…
There were homeless pandering in the lobby, the non-smoking room smelt like straight cigarettes, and a guy in the room across from me was yelling he was going to shoot and kill people in the hotel along with yelling out racial slurs. I ended up calling the cops, but all they did was call me from the front desk and then leave! Please pay a little extra and stay ANYWHERE other than this hotel!