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#1
Birmingham, Al area
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Joined Jan 2008
Can anyone recommend any sea-tac hotels that are close (within walking distance) to the light rail system? Any help would be appreciated.
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#2
St. Augustine, FL
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Joined Oct 2004
you might want to ask this question on the West Coast Departure board. When I was planning my Alaska trip everyone over these was VERY helpful.
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#3
Ontario, Canada
205 Posts
Joined Dec 2007
Originally posted by lry229
you might want to ask this question on the West Coast Departure board. When I was planning my Alaska trip everyone over these was VERY helpful.
I second this recommendation..Enjoy Seattle..if you have time take a Savour Seattle walking tour...check out their website..we had a fabulous time on this. It is a great way to sample your way through Pike's Market. Seattle is a great city..and the Alaskan cruise afterwards was amazing...
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#4
Cashmere Washington
311 Posts
Joined Feb 2007
There are many hotels in walking distance... I think DH and I like the Redlion on 5th ave best. almost any downtown hotel will be close though.
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#5
Seattle
837 Posts
Joined Apr 2009
Originally posted by Short Daddy
Can anyone recommend any sea-tac hotels that are close (within walking distance) to the light rail system? Any help would be appreciated.

There aren't any, really. There are a couple of seedy motels north of the light rail station that are probably walkable, but trust me--I live in the general neighborhood--you do NOT want to stay or walk there.

The better hotels are farther south, east and south of the airport. Ask the hotels you're considering if they have a shuttle that wil drop you off at the light rail station. Can't say for sure, but I'm betting that many of them will.
#6
Seattle WA
4,424 Posts
Joined Jan 2002
By next May the light rail station at the airport will be open, so any of the area hotels that have shuttles to the airport will have shuttles to the light rail station. This will be a non-issue.