When I arrive at the Seal the gentleman seemed nice i got into my room, the first thing i noticed was the carpet was filthy and the tv acts like the cablle is being mooched off someone else because it is so staticy, i was in the bathroom and noticed to roaches running across the floor, and some rat poop on one of the shelves, i told the gentleman about this and he refuses to do anything about it he also refuses to give me any clean towels i will not be back again!!!
The neon seal spinning a ball on its nose is gone, replaced by a backlit sign, with the silhouetted seal in the upper right corner paying homage to its predecessor.
I went to the Seal’s to shoot a model doing retro 50's style cheesecake pictures. It was perfect for this, bare furniture, a single picture screwed to the wall behind the bed. And how can you beat the price, 2 hours for $30.
Unless you are doing a retro photo shoot, you might want to check the Best Western up the street, as the Seal's has seen better days.
We arrived in Seattle after driving from the north through the Thanksgiving 2006 snowstorm. We were cold and tired of skidding on Aurora (WA-99). We pulled in and asked the office the rate, and with their friendly attitude it sounded good.
As the other reviewer pointed out, the carpet was stained and filthy. The decor was considerably below Motel 6 standards and maintanance haphazardly applied by amateurs. The materials, furniture, and fixtures were the cheapest imaginable. The linoleum on the bathroom walls was peeling significantly. The towels were so thin they were insufficient to dry oneself after a shower, and the blankets were also very thin.
There was no hot water because the pipes had frozen, but at least the young handyman fixed it quickly and the office allowed us to checkout late so we could shower. The windows and ripped curtains leaked heat, but fortunately the small electric heater near the window performed well enough to keep us warm all night with the outdoor temp (F) in the high teens.
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