THE WESTIN SEATTLE
1900 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
BOOK NOW AT OUR ATTRACTIVE GROUP RATES
Downtown Seattle’s most dynamic hotel with a view, the Westin Seattle, offers Greater & Greener guests’ spacious rooms and suites, signature Heavenly® amenities, and stunning floor-to-ceiling Seattle Skyline views. Centrally located, Seattle’s famed Pike Place Market, Nordstrom, and Seattle Convention Center are within steps, as well as the monorail to the Seattle Center, home of the famed Space Needle and the Climate Pledge Arena.
The Westin Seattle is the conference hub for Greater & Greener 2024. With its central location, book now and spend a few extra days in the Emerald City. Our attractive rate of $299 USD per night* (exclusive of taxes and fees) is locked in but space is limited, and this rate is only available until May 22, 2024! Parking is available on-site.
*based on single and double occupancy. Hotel room rates are subject to applicable state and local taxes currently at 15.7% as well as STIA/Tourism fee of $4 nightly. When booking using the button below, you will note on the hotel website that a $25 destination fee per night is assessed. This fee will be removed from your reservation upon check-in.
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WESTIN SEATTLE FUN FACTS
+ In 1966, Western International Hotels and Alcoa jointly announced the development of the Washington Plaza Hotel, to be built on the site of the historic Orpheum Theater.
+ Western International selected the local architecture firm of John Graham & Associates to design the hotel, and the local Howard S. Wright Construction Company to build it. The two firms had also designed and constructed the Space Needle six years earlier.
+ The aging Benjamin Franklin Hotel (connected to the Washington Plaza Hotel) was demolished in 1980 to make way for the second tower. While work on the second tower went on, the company was renamed Westin Hotels making Westin Seattle the first Westin Hotel in the world.
By Light Rail: Take the Link light rail from the airport to Downtown Seattle. It’s a 38-minute ride from the airport to the Westlake/Seattle station and then about a 4-minute walk to the Westin. Download Sound Transit’s trip planner, then purchase a ticket from the ticket machines, use an ORCA card, or download the Transit GO Ticket app, and off you go. Additional information can be found here.
Taxis, Limos, Town Cars & Ride Sharing: At SEA Airport, taxis and ride-sharing companies are available on the third floor of the parking garage. One-way rides between the airport and downtown range from $40-$75. To arrange for a limo, town car or taxi ride in advance, use any of the travelers’ information boards in baggage claim or visit the ground transportation information booth on the third floor of the parking garage. Contact the concierge team at the Seattle Visitor Center for referrals for specific transportation companies based on your personal travel needs. In downtown Seattle, Lyft, Uber, and metered taxis offer in-city transportation from local drivers. All rides can be scheduled using smartphone apps.
For additional information, go to https://visitseattle.org/visitor-information/getting-around/.