Housing and Travel 

Seattle Hotel Map

All Annual Meeting activities take place in the Washington State Convention Center unless otherwise noted.


AAM has negotiated discounted room rates for attendees, which must be booked through the official Housing Bureau.

Headquarters hotels are the Sheraton Seattle Hotel and the Grand Hyatt Seattle. Transportation will not be provided between hotels and the Washington State Convention Center. All hotels are within 5 blocks from the Convention Center and walking distance. Transportation for evening events will only take place to and from hotels in the official block.

Reserve your room today.

Housing Deadline is Friday, April 25.

After April 25, the Alliance’s block of rooms will be released to the general public and rates will be subject to change.

You can make your housing reservations either online or by phone.

Monday–Friday: 8 a.m.–4 p.m. (PT)

For questions, contact the housing bureau at Hotelres@visitseattle.org

View a full map of downtown Seattle and hotel locations in this PDF.

   Hotel  Blocks from Convention Center
1. Sheraton Seattle Hotel (HQ)
 .5 $195
  • Close to the Monorail and shopping with its central downtown location
  • Dining Options include: Daily Grill Lobby Bar, Loulay Kitchen and Bar and In Short Order Grab-n-Go
  • Indoor swimming pool
2. Grand Hyatt Seattle (HQ)
  • Adjacent to Convention Center
  • Dining Options include: Starbucks, New York City Deli/Market, Blue C Sushi and Ruth's Chris 
3. The Paramount Seattle
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
4. Hilton Seattle
  • Underground walkway to the Convention Center
  • Close to dining, shopping and entertainment
  • Recently renovated and all rooms have spectacular views of Seattle
5. Red Lion on Fifth Avenue
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Frolik Kitchen + Cocktails offers extended happy hour, craft cocktails, and outdoor patio and more on the 5th floor of the hotel.
Crowne Plaza Hotel Seattle
 2.5 $169
  • Recently Renovated
7. Mayflower Park Hotel
  • Complimentary Wi-Fi
  • Wine reception every evening
The Westin Seattle
 4 $175
  • Recently renovated
  • Close to Link Light Rail and the Monorail
  • Features the Relish Burger Bistro- serves three meals a day and has a coffee bar with barista and grab-n-go
9. The Fairmont Olympic Seattle
  • Complimentary Guest Room Internet and Health Club Access

Reserve your room today.

A portion of hotel room rates goes to the Alliance to offset Convention Center costs.

The Visit Seattle Housing Department is our official housing bureau. If any other company contacts you about hotel reservations, please decline their services.

Roommate | Room Share

Attendees seeking roommates should contact the Alliance by April 4.

Air Travel

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac) is the primary gateway airport for Seattle and Western Washington. Sea-Tac is served by 23 national and international airlines. It is located 15 miles from downtown airport, but you should plan for 45 minutes to get into town after claiming your luggage.

Ground Transportation


A taxi stand is located on the third floor of the Sea-Tac parking garage. The approximate one-way fare between Sea-Tac and downtown Seattle is $40.

Driving Directions

Highways I-5 and I-405 run north-south on either side of Lake Washington. I-90 and I-520 cross the lake east-west. And State Route 99 is another major north-south arterial parallel to I-5 between Everett and Fife.

Create your own driving directions to the Washington State Convention Center from your location.

Train Travel

Amtrak services Seattle with three rail routes. All routes end at Seattle’s historic King Street Station, 1 mile from the Washington State Convention Center.

Light Rail

Link Light Rail connects Sea-Tac International Airport to downtown Seattle with interim stops along the way. The full trip takes approximately 40 minutes and costs $2.75. The Link Light Rail runs from 5 a.m–1 a.m. (Monday–Saturday) and 6 a.m.–12 midnight (Sunday).

Getting Around Seattle

Seattle Center Monorail

The Seattle Center Monorail provides a two-minute link from downtown Seattle to the Seattle Center daily. The downtown stop is located in Westlake Center at 5th Avenue and Pine Street. Adult one-way fare is $2.25 (cash only). The Seattle Center Monorail runs from 7:30 a.m.–11 p.m. (Monday–Friday) and 8:30 a.m.–11 p.m. (weekends).

Recommended to get to: Sunday and Monday evening Professional Network events at Chihuly Garden & Glass, Space Needle and Pacific Science Center.


Seattle residents rely highly on the public bus system. One-way bus tickets range from $2.25 to $3. Schedules and routes can be mapped on the King County Transit website.

Recommended to get to: Sunday Evening reception at the Olympic Sculpture Park

South Lake Union Streetcar

The South Lake Union Streetcar links downtown Seattle to the South Lake Union neighborhood and Waterfront Park. Adult fare is $2.50 and it runs every 10 to 15 minutes 7 days a week. It runs 6 a.m.–9 p.m. (Monday–Thursday), 6 a.m.–11 p.m. (Friday–Saturday) and 10 a.m.–7 p.m. (Sunday).

Convention Center Parking

The Washington State Convention Center operates two covered parking garages that adjoin each other and the Convention Center. Payment machines and the cashiers accept major credit cards and cash.

Parking in Seattle

View an interactive map of private parking lots in Seattle.