by Kaitlin Braun
Designed for extended-stay guests, the Towneplace Suites describes itself as the ideal hotel for “the self-sufficient, value-conscious” traveler, and is available for nightly stays as well as weekly. Families will love the two-bedroom suites, which have a maximum occupancy of six — in a king bed, queen bed, and sofa bed — plus a crib is needed. The fully equipped kitchen features an oven, stovetop, dishwasher, refrigerator, cooking equipment, and dishes, as well as a pantry area, so it’s ideal for families who prefer grocery shopping to eating out 3x a day.
Other conveniences include daily housekeeping, a complimentary hot buffet breakfast, an onsite convenience store, and free Wi-Fi. Kids love the indoor pool, and when you want to get out and about, hop on the complimentary 24-hour shuttle, which makes stops within a five-mile radius of the hotel.
Our Editor Loves
- Spacious suites with full kitchens
- Indoor pool
- Free 24-hour shuttle service
- Family Room 5+
- Free Breakfast
- Free Wi-Fi
by Robb T
Staff is amazing.....suites are very well kept.....breakfast great with a good variety....coffee is strong and tasty.....nothing to eat within walking distance ...Spring Hill suites is next door with cafe food for purchase.....Bellingham has a good public transit system so you can take bus 232 to downtown or fairhaven where restaurants are located.....hotel also has an on call shuttle .....I would definately stay here again.
I loved this place
We were happy to get a ground floor room with our dog and the room was really nicely equipped with anything anyone could want for a comfy stay. The bed was very comfortable. There was lots of parking. The staff were all great, front desk as well as the lovely woman who worked in the breakfast room.I appreciated that there were trays so I could take our meal back to the room. Here is the only reason I could not give 5 stars. We were in room 105. This was the noisiest room we have ever stayed in. Cars park right in front of the one window and the stairwell to other floors is right against the headboards of our bed. People running up and down the stairs even caused the wall to shake. At 1st we thought it was from upstairs but my husband went out and saw the kids using the stairwell as a playground. I feel this room should be "retired" and perhaps made into another use. My husband is a recording engineer and feels there is no acoustical fix. As a Marriott member I wish we could have been made aware of the room being noisy one and perhaps given a heads up. We only stayed one night and we definitely would have changed rooms if we were staying longer.