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Hampton Inn and Suites
Review Type: Hotel
Location: 700 5th Ave N., Seattle, WA 98109
Dedicated GF: No
Phone: 206-282-7700
Trip Type: Family meal/vacation
Travel Dates: March 2013
Review Posted: Mar 26, 2013
Map It Hampton Inn and Suites


Hotel in Seattle with a few gluten free options at their breakfast buffet

I wanted to submit a quick review of this particular hotel, since they, like all Hamptons Inns, include breakfast with an overnight stay. Gluten free items at the breakfast "buffet" include hard boiled eggs, Yoplait yogurt (it says Gluten Free right on the container), and fruit. We didn't inquire about whether or not the scrambled eggs were GF, because my husband (not Celiac like our son) tried them and said they were awful anyway (likely powdered). But that was fine since our son wanted the hard boiled eggs for a change. With the fruit and yogurt (and a GF breakfast bar we'd brought), this made for a decent breakfast. They also had rice krispies, but we were unsure of whether they were a brand that was GF, because they were in a bin, not in individual, sealed packages. Best to avoid. There is coffee and tea and fruit available round-the-clock in this very nice Hampton Inn , conveniently located within walking distance of Seattle's Space Needle and other tourist attractions in the Queen Anne neighborhood of Seattle.



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