Finding an ideal budget friendly hotel in Tukwila does not have to be difficult. Welcome to Riverside Residences, a nice option for travellers like you.
Wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Riverside Residences offer a kitchenette, a refrigerator, and air conditioning.
Guests of Riverside Residences are also welcome to enjoy a pool and an on-site restaurant.
While in Tukwila be sure to experience nearby Italian restaurants such as Gallianos Cucina.
Riverside Residences looks forward to welcoming you on your visit to Tukwila.
I would give 0 stars if I could. I was desperate enough to stay here for a month ( June 10 - July 10 in 2014 ) and regretted every second for just so many reasons. For starters, the entire place is incredibly RUN DOWN and FILTHY! My room looked like it had not received any new carpetting or any other maintenance or basic upkeep of any kind since the 1970s, and was so filthy I couldn't stomach walking barefoot across the floor. I'm not talking about just stains ( of which there were plenty ) but actual DIRT, GRIME and GARBAGE that housekeeping should have taken care of. The towel-rack in the bathroom was broken and no one made any effort to fix it. Everything was old and run-down, including the hallway which had actual HOLES in the ceiling where buckets had been placed to collect dripping water. The communal kitchen was beyond filthy and worn ( and undersupplied and undersized to boot ), and the pool was closed permanently. Probably the owner has to bribe whoever inspects these places, otherwise I am sure this place would be condemned. There are sanitation and safety issues everywhere. Is if this weren't bad enough, this place is FILLED with drug-addicts, ex-cons, and all-around creeps!!!! I felt SO unsafe here! I lost count of all the drugged-up and shady-looking people I saw, and one guy with blood on his hands actually mistook me for a "lady of the night" and wanted to utilize my services! ( I did NOTHING to give him this idea and didn't even say anything to him until he approached and started asking about that ). The only thing worse than the filth and free internet ( which, by the way, only works half the time and is super slow when it does ) is the service. Visiting during the days and times posted on the door is no guarantee you'll actually see the manager/receptionist. In fact, the entire time I was there I only caught her once or twice during the posted business hours and frequently had to communicate through notes pushed under the door because the phone was never answered either. This is so unprofessional it's disgusting, and should be illegal. Worst of all was my last day at this miserable s&** hole when I accidentally locked myself out of my room after hours. By sheer luck I ran into someone who directed me to the maintenance man, who lives in one of the units. But he wasn't in when I knocked and his family was p*&&ed as he$$ at my having disturbed the wife's sleep. Even though I was clearly terrified and crying ( I was all alone with my closest friends and family 100s of miles away and surrounded by dangerous people ) the wife bit$$$ed at me for a solid 5 minutes before her daughter finally gave me her dad's number. I took 2 calls and over an hour for the man to get there, and when he did I received another b&*^chy "don't disturb us again, EVER, even if it's life-or death! ) lecture from him and his family, who only laughed at me when I said I was a hair away from calling the police because I was locked out and had nowhere to go "They wouldn't have done anything!" ( Yeah, pretty sure that &^^$* of a man is wrong about that ). So anyway, I finally get into my room and retrieve the last of my stuff. When I leave I have to slip the key under the manager's door with a note, because unprofessional. Also, did I mention this place is several miles from the nearest food stores and gas stations? It is, and that sucked in more ways than one. Bottom line: RUN LIKE HE$$ FROM THIS PLACE AND EVERYTHING ASSOCIATED WITH IT! It is NOT worth your money! Anything, even a homeless shelter or living under a bridge would be cleaner, safer, and put you in contact with more caring people!…