SEATTLE, WA, USA
The Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is located approximately 20 minutes south of downtown Seattle. The airport services both domestic and international flights. The information below is for transportation between the airport and downtown Seattle.
GrayLine Seattle Downtown Airporter Service provides frequent shuttle service to downtown Seattle hotels between 5:00 a.m. and 11:00 p.m. The cost is US$10.25 per person one-way and US$17.00 for round trip. Advance reservations are not necessary. The Downtown Airporter operates between SeaTac Airport and the Crowne Plaza, Fairmont Olympic, Grand Hyatt Hotel, Hilton Hotel, Madison Renaissance, Seattle Sheraton, Warwick Hotel and Westin Hotel. Tickets may be purchased from the service desks located on the baggage claim level of the airport.
Shuttle Express - Frequent operation between the airport and any Seattle destination you request. For example, the fare for 1-2 guests from SeaTac to downtown Seattle is US$28.75, and the 3rd guest rides for just US$4 more.
Several taxi and limo services are also available. For example Yellow Cabs, Tel: +1 206 622 6500; Farwest Taxi, Tel: +1 206 622 1717
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