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
We had a fabulous time at the Westin Bellevue, our check in experience was amazing, what a wonderful property, we used the gym which was great, we also hadbreakfast in the restaurant and the buffet was delicious
Lovely hotel i would definitely stay again and recommend to our friends
Upon arrival, the smiles from the Front Door Attendants to Austin during the check-in process, to the refreshing beverages in the lobby to the cleanliness of the grounds and rooms to the location, amazing! Impeccable, genuine care for us as guests is what I look for and I was more than pleased. This is why I am a part of the SPG family and will always be. Please note, I did not write Austin's name down. The impression was that memorable.
The hotel was very nice and in a great location. However, very “cold” feeling or not very homey. The front desk staff was nice enough. We had an issue just trying to hang out as a group of 6 adults talking and catching up at night. There were not any areas for the guests to do this without being questioned by staff.
Efficient and very friendly check-in. Gold status was recognized and we were upgraded to a room on top floor with a nice view. Clean, quiet, comfortable room and the hotel appeared o be well maintained. A little pricey for a weekend stay, but that seems to be the trend in the Seattle area. Overall. pretty much what I'd expect from Westin, Convenient to many shops, restaurants, and shopping malls.
Cookie cutter Westin, not one of the nicer ones. Decent room with quiet air-conditioning and the Westin bed. Limited staff and facilities, with resulting service shortfalls (late wakeup calls, uncollected trash in lobby and halls overnight). Westin's bet is that people will pay Westin prices for not-quite-Westin hotels, and I guess I just did.