a traveler from Travelocity.com
on June 18, 2009
The Landis is unique in that it shares the parking garage ($3 less a day) pool, spa, and fitness room with Cascadia next door. We were booked into Cascadia, but ""cruise critic"" members who live nearby told us to try Landis, and we were glad we did. True it is a little worn in appearance in places, and rooms need blackout curtains (sun comes early), but the pluses make it a goodvalue. The light breakfast is above average and according online only Landis and Cascadia offer one free in the downtown area. The pool was cool at first, yet nice for the kids, and stretching after touring all day. It is walking distance to the water taxi, shopping, and a variety of eating options. We are already planning our return, because three days was not long enough to see all there is to do. Our extended family group of five, three adults and two kids (one uses a wheelchair), were in their two bedroom unit. It was spacious witha dining, living room, and deck w/nice views. The full kitchen was very nice to fix things when we didn't want to go out. The key card to get anywhere was a bit of a nusiance, but it did make sure only guests could get above the lobby. There is only one person on at any time, but all in all we were happy. If you want more service and perhaps a little nicer food etc. go next door to Cascadia (used to be a Residence Inn). But you will pay for the extras, and we were glad to be at Landis, and spend the difference on other things.
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