The Westin Bellevue
What We Love
- Westin’s signature Heavenly Beds and spa-like Heavenly Baths
- A program that lets guests rent New Balance running shoes and workout clothes
- Regional wines and savory bites at the Cypress Lounge & Wine Bar
What To Know
- WiFi is $12.95 for 24 hours
- Parking is a bit pricey ($25 per night for self-parking; $29 for valet)
- Pets up to 25 pounds are allowed
- Parking On Site
- Room Service
Catering to the tech-industry business travelers who visit Bellevue, the Westin aims to be an antidote high stress. Rooms have a soothing white-on-beige color palette, free Starbucks coffee and Tazo teas, abundant natural light, and spa-like bathrooms. Those who prefer to sweat out their stress can hit the 24-hour gym, which has terrific views, top-line equipment, and a lap pool. By morning, the Cypress Lounge & Wine Bar serves a breakfast buffet; at night, it helps guests wind down with regional wines, craft beers, and small plates.
In the Area
The Bellevue Arts Museum, a short distance away, spotlights contemporary art, craft and design. Further afield, the Bellevue Farmers Market offers locally grown fruits, vegetables, and flowers, and the nearby Woodinville wine region includes more than 90 wineries and was recently named one of America’s 50 most amazing wine experiences by Food & Wine magazine. Visual pleasures abound at the Bellevue Botanical Garden, about a 20-minute walk from the hotel, covers more than 53 acres.
How to Get There
Stayed with the kids this weekend at the Westin in Bellevue.
Checked out and realized I left the kids bathing suits on the towel rack in the bath room.
Called housekeeping 2 hours later and they did not see the items.
Called next morning and nothing had been reported.
Who throws out clothing items? When you can make a quick call.
Good Stay, Rooms were clean and well presented. Staff always prepare to assist. The room I had overlooking the window was not a perfect view.Overall stay was very good. Slept well on bed and sheets were clean.
Good service, clean establishment. Home away from home. Will come back to the Westin if I am ever back in Seattle. Did not taste the food so cannot comment on that, but overall it's central and easy to get to most things in Bellevue. I like the focus on healthy eating and exercising
Great location but pricy. The breakfast is overpriced for what it is and the time taken to clear room service plates left in corridors is not acceptable for a hotel like The Westin. Can do / but do more.
Good choice when your meetings are in Bellevue downtown. 5" to everywhere. Rooms are good, the gym is ok and lobby is rather modern in comparison to the average business hotel. Breakfast is disappointing and available aß a Buffet only. Alternative restaurants are close bye though.