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The Eagle Harbor Inn in Bainbridge Island, WA

The Eagle Harbor Inn in Bainbridge Island, WA

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Company Info:

Rating: 4.00

Address: 291 Madison Ave S, Bainbridge Island, WA, 98110

    Hotels in Bainbridge Island, WA
    Bed & Breakfast in Bainbridge Island, WA



    Comments (11):

    1. Tevachick S.
    We stayed in this hotel during our wedding, and while the rooms were very nice the service we received when holding a block of rooms for our guests was sub-par. The management was very confused by the industry-accepted method of holding a block of rooms for a wedding and having guests call and reserve them. I had to go back and forth several times with the hotel staff to have them stop telling my wedding guests that the entire hotel was booked. For the guests that eventually were able to book rooms, the hotel hadn't asked for credit card numbers so they kept on calling me the week before the wedding and asked me to give them people's credit card numbers (as if we didn't have enough to coordinate). Then the hotel tried to charge us for the rooms they ended up having to discount because not everything booked up through the wedding hold. (we gave them more than the 3 week requested notice to release the rooms to the public).  Shocking. If I had to do it again I'd go with the more economical/professional option up the street.

    24/09/12 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    2. Greg A.
    By far the best B&B that I've stayed at. It's really more of a hotel than a B&B, as they don't serve breakfast. You don't have to meet the owner because it's completely independent; you coordinate with the property owner beforehand and then your code will get you everywhere you need to go.

    But the most important thing is that you have a view of the water and you're less than 50 feet from my favorite bar - Doc's Bar and Grill.

    14/12/09 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    3. Stuart g.
    This place has a great location ! the room was clean and tidy - so why 3 stars and not more - well I have to say the bed was very uncomfortable and also the last of a check-in desk is quite frankly just odd.

    03/11/10 | Link | Rating: 3.0
    4. Al W.
    The Eagle Harbor Inn is mis-categorized here on yelp as a b & b though they don't provide breakfast. They DO have delicious coffee, however, every morning at 7:00am.

    We stayed in "The Great Forest Room" described on the website as, "A lodge-like ground floor hotel room with the feel of the forest. This intimate hotel room sleeps 2 in a king bed and rents from $149-$159 per night."

    A more accurate name for this room might be "The Grand Display Case" since passersby look directly into the room (and even the bathroom) from both the sidewalk outside and the entry to the foyer. While other rooms may provide a delightful stay, this one lacks even the remotest sense of a "forest" experience as well as any intimacy.

    The room was comfortable, though a little sterile, much like a modified conference room with a bed, just off the foyer. The bed and bedding were delightful and provided a very good night's sleep.

    All in all, very close to all the great stuff Bainbridge has to offer, but lacking in the ambiance as described on the website. The 2 stars reflects this disappointment. At $149 per night, I'd have expected to be delighted.

    02/04/10 | Link | Rating: 2.0
    5. Em M.
    Perfect place for an impromptu romantic overnight on Bainbridge Island!  We had planned to spend the night camping but as the weather took a turn for the ugly, we decided to treat ourselves to a cozy night in, so glad we did!  Everything was furnished beautifully, the toiletries smelled great (grapefruit, yum!) and the bed was amaaaazingly comfortable and had delightfully soft sheets and comforter, that felt like an upscale home or B and B, not typical cheesy hotel fare.  Also, the owner gave us a great mid-week, last-minute rate which helped us decide it was worth the splurge!  We stayed in the Grand Forest room, and would definitely stay here again!

    09/04/12 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    6. T S.
    I stayed here for my cousin's wedding.  It was an overall great experience.  

    Pros: Our room was clean and beautiful!!  It is located in a very private area but conveniently situated next to a great bar and plenty of shopping places.

    Cons: The housekeeper rushed us and said she was leaving early so our room wouldn't get cleaned if we didn't leave right away.  I thought that was odd.  When my aunt mentioned this to the innkeepers, they immediately apologized and even clean our rooms themselves.  They were so nice and really made us feel welcomed.

    I would recommend this place.

    14/06/11 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    7. Dori R.
    Spent two wonderful nights (one with husband and kids, one all alone) in one of the luxurious town homes and it was everything I was looking for. It was on a whim, so it was great to get a last minute deal. Truly a home away from home.

    08/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    8. Megan S.
    We ended up staying here on a whim and we are so happy we did. It was amazing. It is truly a "Petit" hotel they have very few rooms but they are amazing. Hardwood floors, high end finishes throughout and best of all they are literally a 3 minute walk to the water and all of downtown Bainbridge.
    The hotel rates are very reasonable in my opinion considering all that you get for the price.

    14/09/11 | Link | Rating: 4.0
    9. Michelle Z.
    My friends and I stayed in one of the townhouses here for a friend's bachelorette party in late September.  We were able to sleep 7 girls comfortably, between the two bedrooms and a pull out couch.  This was a wonderful, convenient location, a quick walk to the ferry, shops, and restaurants, and provided all of the amenities of a home away from home.   The space was immaculately clean, updated furnishings, and was stylish in decor.

    While our townhouse did not have the bed and breakfast option, there was ample coffee available in the office, and linens were cleaned by the time we returned back in the afternoon.  

    I would recommend this location for a family or group of friends looking to stay near the action of Winslow but have the luxury of a private kitchen, laundry, and extra space.

    08/10/12 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    10. Bo S.
    I stayed at the Eagle Harbor Inn with my partner and young son. The suite we stayed in was phenomenal. A lot of hard work was put into the details of every room and you can tell the owners care about guest experience. It is a close walk to shopping and restaurants on Bainbridge  (even the ferry is within walking distance -- no extra ferry fees, no parking headaches!), and the view of the water from the property is impressive. I would definitely stay here again and have already recommended it to friends looking for romantic getaways and corporate retreats.

    It's the perfect location for a get away from Seattle proper (a stay-cation), for showing out of town visitors how beautiful the PNW is, and I could even see it being a great fit to stay and take the ferry for a Sea Hawks or Mariners game, given the convenience of the ferries.

    In a word: excellent.

    21/03/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0
    11. Jen B.
    Our family stayed here on a last minute trip to Seattle. Once we realized downtown might be a bit overwhelming, we escaped here to explore.

    Everything in our town home was relaxing and cozy. Comfortable enough to stay in and cook or walk to amazing restaurants. No detail was overlooked in this amazing establishment.

    We have already made many recommendations to friends and family and would not hesitate for a moment to go back. We miss the water, artsy community and our home away from home!

    10/04/13 | Link | Rating: 5.0