Looking for a place to stay in Union Gap? Then look no further than Holiday Inn Express & Suites Union Gap - Yakima Area, a hotel that brings the best of Union Gap to your doorstep.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as air conditioning and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
The property also boasts a pool and free breakfast, to help make your stay more enjoyable. If you are driving to Holiday Inn Express & Suites Union Gap - Yakima Area, free parking is available.
If you’re looking for a seafood restaurant, consider a visit to SeaGalley Restaurant, which is not far from Holiday Inn Express & Suites Union Gap - Yakima Area.
We’re sure you’ll enjoy your stay at Holiday Inn Express & Suites Union Gap - Yakima Area as you experience everything Union Gap has to offer.
I stayed here with two of my kids. They have a room with 2 queen beds and a hide-a-bed sofa. That is not easy to find. The hotel seems new. It is very clean. The beds are comfortable. The staff is friendly and helpful. The free breakfast includes almost anything you could want to eat for breakfast. We will stay here again if we are in the area.
Well designed new hotel, the rooms are great with comforatable beds, great bathroom and plenty of well-located plug-ins for the electronic devices. Very good breakfast with ample seating. Great exercise room as well. I'm not sure how people could expect more for the money so I don't understand the negative reviews.
The hotel is a good choice especially if wanting to stay close to I-82. It is not especially close to any restaurants. Costco, Winco and Lowes are the only stores nearby. It is new, the staff was courteous.
We were in town visiting family September 2019. We have stayed here before we will not be staying again. Staff does not service or clean rooms at all. Staff is nonexistent and non responsive. I’d advise you to book anywhere else in Yakima.
Lovely welcome from Billie on reception. This hotel is in the middle of what seems to be an industrial estate. Electricity sub-station just opposite. In the evening (8pm) on pulling back the bedlinen we were faced with human hairs 'of a personal nature' and long hairs on the floor by the bin. Absolutely disgusting. So I went to reception and asked Billie for housekeeping - I was told they had all gone, and so Billie kindly got us some sheets and we made our own bed up. Note to housekeeping - ensure that staff wear hairnets/change sheets between customers (well I had no evidence that these were clean). I spoke to Destiny on reception the next day and Jessica later, who were both very helpful. This is obviously a case where retraining staff is vital, so that no one else has to put up with this. It is unsanitary, it makes one suspicious about whether sheets are changed between customers at all. When we came back from being out the next day there were more long dark hairs on the bathroom floor. Now Jessica was most sweet and left a gift bag that unfortunately we could not use due to health restrictions, and I know the staff were concerned, but really it should not have happened. Overall on this trip the standard of housekeeping in HIEs has been far lower than our previous experiences. It is really draining to have to address these issues when you are on holiday and are expecting nothing more really than a clean, safe room. Perhaps it is a corporate issue, to review the franchised properties regularly?…