If you’re looking for a hotel in Pullman, look no further than Residence Inn Pullman.
For those interested in checking out Sunshine Crafts and Flowers (2.3 mi) while visiting Pullman, Residence Inn Pullman is a short distance away.
The rooms offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a kitchenette, and getting online is possible, as free wifi is available, allowing you to rest and refresh with ease.
Residence Inn Pullman features 24 hour front desk, a convenience store, and express check-in and check-out. In addition, as a valued Residence Inn Pullman guest, you can enjoy a pool and free breakfast that are available on-site. Guests arriving by vehicle have access to free parking.
When you’re feeling hungry, be sure to check out Nuevo Vallarta, Tacos La Diferencia, and Taco Del Mar, which are some Mexican restaurants that are popular with locals and out-of-towners alike.
There is no shortage of things to do in the area: explore popular science museums such as Charles R. Conner Museum.
The staff at Residence Inn Pullman looks forward to serving you during your upcoming visit.
We were in Pullman for the long Memorial Day weekend. The room was OK, but the real shocker was our interaction with the staff on Memorial Day. We had a leisurely sleep-in, first got some coffee at around 8:30 to start the morning. Shortly after 9:00, we went back for a “breakfast.” They don’t offer a lot these days, but we wanted a little something to get us started. We were shocked to find the breakfast corner already closed. We travel a lot, and even under normal circumstances 9:00 is pretty early to close everything down. We enquired, and the person (evidently) in charge just dryly told us that they finish up at 9:00 on weekdays. We reminded her that it was Memorial Day, and she just responded “it’s a Monday.” It would have been really easy for her to just open up the little cooler so we could grab a yoghurt and a juice, but she obviously had no intention to do that. I have rarely seen a person in the service business with such a limited understanding of customer-friendly attitude, flexibility or even basic friendliness. We travel a lot and are not overly demanding. We usually stay at a different chain and really welcome their repeated demonstrations of concern and flexibility for their guests. That was not at all present in this case, we will be more than happy to avoid this chain and as far as possible stick with our preferred brand. This was a totally avoidable disappointment and a badly missed opportunity to please and impress a guest. We will NOT be back.…
Came for a short visit to see my kid, have stayed here before with no issues until this time. They now charge a BS parking fee of $12 a night even though the lot is empty. Total attitude from front desk (which made things worse). It’s not the money! It’s the principle of charging for no reason. I can only guess it is related to covid and lack of business. Fine, call it a covid cleaning fee, that is easier to accept then a BS parking fee in a n empty lot. Buyer be aware.
My daughter is a Sophomore living in an apartment near WSU campus. She asked my wife and I to drop off some things for her (TV, fridge, etc). We stayed one night at the Residence Inn to recuperate before heading back home. It is a really nice Residence Inn, the pool is indoors, they have a laudromat, and our Studio room had a nice kitchen area (with dishes and a dishwasher). The bathroom is very nice with a large shower, and the room even had a couch. The breakfast had a limited selection due to the pandemic, but the lobby was nice. Parking was free and next to an entrance.
Stayed here 3 nights at the end of May 2020. My review at 3 stars is generous considering there virtually no service and this hotel did not at all follow Marriott's "Commitment to Clean" as stated on their website. I've stayed here once before and it was great, and in "normal" times perhaps it will be again, but not at this time. Rooms were not cleaned at all during our stay, although you could get more towels or supplies if you needed them. The business center, fitness center, pool and breakfast were all closed. They said after guests checked out, rooms were cleaned and left vacant for 2-3 days until the next guests could use the same room. What bothered me was that none of Marriott's Commitment to Clean was practiced at this hotel. To wit: there were no hand sanitized stations installed; there was no signage about social distancing; front desk staff didn't wear masks; disinfectant wipes were not placed in the guest rooms as advertised; and there was no evidence at all of enhanced cleaning in public spaces. We were told they were short-staffed and it appeared front desk staff were also doing cleaning, but the exterior garbage cans were always overflowing, smudges/fingerprints were very noticeable on entry and exit doors, and elevator carpet was dirty. If you are worried about cleanliness and personal hygiene safety during the pandemic, you should either call the hotel in advance and ask what they are doing with respect to cleaning or just give this place a pass until the pandemic is officially over. Also note the Courtyard Marriott next door was closed and we were told that it won't open until around mid-July. The saving graces here were the suite was comfortable and we cooked all of our meals in the full kitchen, and the rate was very, very cheap - which it should have been given the lack of services.…
A great location and a very welcoming hotel with a large open fire in the open plan lounge dinning area of the main entry foyer. Our room was spacious, modern and warm with all facilities provided right down to a percolator for drip coffee. Yiou can fault this hotel and it's staff - highly recommended.