Explore the Emerald City While Attending WDW Seattle
All Web Design World activities will take place at the Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue, Seattle.
1415 Fifth Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101
The Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue is steps away from everything you need to see and do in downtown Seattle — fish-throwing at Pike Place Market, the Underground Tour in Pioneer Square, The Space Needle and EMP, the Seattle Art Museum, and shopping and dining options galore! The Red Lion is your perfect downtown Seattle accommodation.
All attendees of Web Design World are invited to stay at the Red Lion Hotel. Enjoy all the comfort and quality you expect, and be conveniently close to all Web Design World activities. Attendees will receive the special room rate of $172/night (plus applicable taxes) if you book your room before June 29, 2009.
To reserve your room, please register online using promotion code: 09071105ME; or call the hotel directly at 1-800-733-5466 and mention that you are an attendee of Web Design World. Rooms are subject to availability.
The Red Lion Hotel Highlights
As a guest at the Red Lion Hotel Seattle, you’ll enjoy:
- Free wireless internet access in all guest rooms and public areas allowing you to stay on top of business or pleasure from almost anywhere in the hotel.
- Robes, coffee makers, irons, hairdryers, and refrigerators in guest rooms, provide the small conveniences of home.
- A state of the art Health Club is open 24 hours a day, allowing you to exercise at your leisure.
- Award-winning concierge and guest services staff stands ready to exceed your expectations.
- Two restaurants and lounges provide space for relaxation and fine dining. You'll particularly enjoy whiling away those long summer nights on the Terrace Garden's expansive patio.
- The Red Lion Hotel on Fifth Avenue is a 100% non-smoking establishment.
Special Airline Discounts
Web Design World attendees qualify for discounts of 5% off JetBlue flights from any city to Seattle. Book your flight at jetblue.com/promo and use the promotion code WDW2009.
Shuttle Service, Taxi & Parking
The distance from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to the Red Lion Hotel is 15 miles and will take approximately 20 minutes by taxi or rental car.
Arranging transportation from the airport to the Red Lion Hotel:
There are many different transportation options in Seattle, including shuttle buses, taxis, and limousine services. If you would like to pre-arrange transportation to the Red Lion Hotel, contact the hotel’s Concierge Services at 206-971-8000.
The Downtown Airporter is the least expensive transportation between the downtown Seattle hotels and the Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) International Airport, with prices starting at $11.00 one way. You will need to exit the Downtown Airporter shuttle at the Seattle Sheraton (6th Avenue and Pike Street), one block from the Red Lion Hotel.
Taxi service to the Red Lion Hotel from the airport costs approximately $35 to $45 one-way.
Parking at the Red Lion Hotel:
Self-parking is available at the Red Lion Hotel and prices range from $25 for eight hours to $30 for all day/night parking.
Explore Seattle for Yourself
Seattle is a city where the extraordinary is commonplace and commonplace is anything but. And if you look closely, you just might discover that in Seattle there are amazing things happening all around you.
From a jet engine to an espresso machine to grunge rock, Seattle's world-changing events have all had a distinct sound. But the symphony doesn't end there. Your visit to Seattle may bring you the sound of an orca blowing as it surfaces, the roar of the crowd at Safeco Field or the near silence of the Olympic rainforest. Come to Seattle and hear for yourself.
Find out more about what Seattle has to offer at www.visitseattle.org.
Local Seattle Attractions
- Pike Place Market
- Seattle Space Needle
- Experience Music Project
- Seattle Underground Tour
- Seattle Art Museum
- Ride the Ducks of Seattle
- Woodland Park Zoo
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