Had the chance to stay a night at this property this past weekend. Located just across the bay from downtown Seattle, my GPS shows a 13-minute drive from downtown Seattle but it was probably closer to 20 minutes given traffic downtown and on the bridge. There are two towers, one of which was just recently opened in 2009 (or so the FD said). Adjacent building is an office building, and shares the underground parking garage with the hotel. Parking is complimentary on the weekend, which is a nice deal considering Olive 8 and GH Seattle charge ~$30 per day. Lobby was nice but rather simplistic. I was directed to use the machine to check-in, with an agent standing next to me (and gave a rather "surprised" face when I typed in my GP number as if it was tattooed on my forehead ). When I asked for an upgrade to a regency club floor, he was puzzled and directed me to check-in with a front desk agent instead. I was then assigned room 2048, located on the top floor of the Olympic (new) tower. The interesting part was that FD offered me a "G2" bonus. I mentioned that I thought G bonuses were gone as of March. She then assured me that "we have a property-specific G2 bonus, 2000 points for you that I'm going to throw in there along with the diamond amenity bonus." This never posted, and when I asked diamond line, they said that the FD was wrong and G bonuses have been expired for a couple of months now The room itself is very nice and has a "new" feeling to it. Bathroom is quite spacious and stocked with the usual white ginger Portico products. I tried to take a nap in the late afternoon after a long flight, but was unable to do so since the curtain was not wide enough to cover the windows, and the windows are facing west thus I had plentiful of sunlight in the room. The regency club is probably one of the largest I've seen systemwide. Hors d'oeuvres include chicken satay, crostini with hummus or tapenade, veggies with dip, mini turkey sandwiches and PB&J and different type of peanuts. They have an honor bar with quite nice variety of spirits. Pretty abysmal wine offerings from Canvas, uncorked and I couldn't find any corkscrew anywhere. Breakfast spreads include bagels, croissants, white and wheat bread, cereal, oatmeal, boiled eggs, smoked salmon, prosciutto and salami. Didn't get a chance to check out the gym or the pool, but I overheard the lounge attendant mentioned that the pool is under renovation and is closed for a couple of weeks. Overall it was a nice stay and the rate was almost $100 cheaper than Olive 8 and GH Seattle. Will definitely come back.