Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

3000 South 176th Street, Seattle, Washington, 98188, United States
Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport
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Costs 23% less but rated 21% lower than other 3 star hotels

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  • Couples50
  • Solo43
  • Business40

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by ronelight

In a couple of weeks my wife and I will be flying out of Seatac airport for San Francisco. We need to find a hotel that offers both an airport shuttle, plus parking while we are gone. We want a hotel that is decent, but more importantly that our car would be as safe as possible. Any suggestions?



by usatravels


I would suggest;

Holiday Inn Express Hotel & Suites
Complimentary Local Area Shuttle
Complimentary Airport Shuttle
1 mi to airport

Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport‎
Free 24-hour airport transportation
Transportation to local malls and attractions

Hampton InnSeattle-Airport
Free 24-hour airport transportation
Breakfast Area, Complimentary
Beverage Area, Complimentary

Good Luck!


by yvr

Regarding the post above, the Holiday Inn Express also offers a great complimentary breakfast. Also the Best Western Executel, free shuttle, parking and breakfast, very nice property, about 8 minutes south of the airport and just south of the Holiday Inn Express, have stayed in both and both are great.


by YVRDave

The Doubletree South Center also offers this for up to 14 day parking


by HooptheWorld

Hands-down, the Doubletree is the best. It offers so many amenities, and is actually a pleasant experience for an "airport hotel." They even provide a lovely garden area for walks and relaxation. More hotels should have the layout they provide. Service is friendly (free hot cookies!) and the shuttle was efficient and often. Go for it!

Travel Tips for Seattle

Seattle City Pass

by Venturingnow

I recieved a Seattle City Pass as a gift for Christmas, and I used it extensively in Seattle. CityPass is simple. The Seattle CityPass gets you into the big six Seattle attractions. You can purchase CityPass at any of the Seattle attractions, or you can buy online at the weblink Once you have a CityPass, just bring it with you to each attraction. You have to buy no tickets and stand in no lines, just show them your pass and you get in. The pass gets you into the
• Woodland Park Zoo
• Space Needle
• Pacific Science Center
• Seattle Aquarium
• Argosy Cruises - Seattle Harbor Tour
• The Museum of Flight
They say that if you were to buy each entrance ticket to the above attractions, it would cost you 75 dollars. The pass costs 35 and pays for itself after the aquarium and space needle alone. Very useful, I highly recommend.

go to the Pikes Place Market. ...

by wilson99

go to the Pikes Place Market. A trip to Seattle without going here would be incomplete. A bit touristy, but I recommend getting a cup of coffee (you can find one anywhere) and going to the market early in the morning to see the local fish markets sell there fare. (Note: Don't be alarmed if you suddenly find a salmon hurling at wharp speed towards your mug. It's all part of the charm that makes the Market unique.)

Get outside the downtown core...

by chuckyc

Get outside the downtown core and enjoy some of the neighborhoods Ballard(scandinavian),Capital hill& U-district(young& trendy,packed with bars,shops,&restaurants)Madison park(a cool beach on the lake),Alki(an even better beach on the sound),and my favorite nieghborhood,and where I live,FREEMONT/aka The Center Of The Universe,as posted in the middle(though freemont is getting a little to trendy,it is know for it's flair with an actual Rocket,a huge statue of Lenin brought in from russia which there was a debate about putting there and a Troll resting under the aurora bridge,also freemont has the annual summer solstice parade which in my opinion is a must if you are here at that time)
During the summer there are street fairs each weekend rotating neighborhoods(U-distict street fair is my favorite,late may,followed by the freemont fair which is the same weekend as the solstice parade. Crystal clear days in which you can see mountains or water from almost anywhere in the city

"The Rainy City"

by McKNicholson

While many people on this website say that Seattlites will complain of the non-existant constant rain. It does rain here. Frequently. While Seattle does not actually get as much rain as Portland per year, it does drizzle here from about October-April/May. As I write this it is summer and it is as cloudy and rainy as it was in the fall. So if a seattlite complains about the rain it is not false advertising, it is a statement of fact. But do not bring an umbrella if you want to look like a local. Hoods work just fine.

Bring a small umbrella

by joiwatani

They say it rains a lot in Seattle! That's so true! We got used to it already except that our drivers don't. So be careful driving!

So, when you come to Seattle, choose the right season then you don't have to bring an umbrella. The best time to come to Seattle is the month of July, August and September. It is bright and sunny but, sometimes, it still rains!

The malls here provide umbrellas especially when you are shopping at the university village. Those yellow umbrellas, however, needed to be returned at any store. Those umbrellas are only used to cover you when you shop from one store to another store. They are not meant to be brought home!


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 Clarion Hotel Seattle Airport

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Address: 3000 South 176th Street, Seattle, Washington, 98188, United States