Hotels near safco field

Old Mar 26th, 2006, 08:38 AM
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Hotels near safco field

In August we will be going to Seattle for
a couple of baseball games. I need to find
a hotel that is in walking distance to the
ballpark.It should have a bar and cafe in it.
Not to expensive but then again not cheap.
thank you
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Old Mar 26th, 2006, 09:24 AM
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All hotels in downtown are within walking distance of Safeco Field. None of them are cheap in August--which is the height of our summer. There are loads of bars and cafes downtown and in the area between downtown and Safeco Field.

Please be more specific about the room rate you want.
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Pretty much any hotel in downtown Seattle. The further south in town the closer you'll be to the stadium. Depending on exactly where you end up you can walk or hop on a Metro bus. The area directly around the stadiums is mostly industrial, I'm not picturing any hotels immediately adjacent (but I could be wrong, anyone else?).
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A Silver Cloud--a popular local chain--is under construction about one block from Safeco Field. It may be open in August. There is also a Best Western in Pioneer Square--five or six blocks from the field. However, I think it would be more fun to stay downtown--about a one-half mile walk.
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The Silver Cloud is actually across the street from the main entrance to Safeco. Their website,, says opening "summer 2006." From the looks of things I would expect early summer rather than late. It will be ideal for your purposes. You might call their 800 number to see when they'll accept bookings.
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Nearly any hotel downtown is within some walking distance of Safeco, and most of Seattle's downtown buses are "ride free" until 7PM, so you can use them to get back and forth.

Might not seem convenient, but you might find a hotel that has shuttle service to downtown and the ballpark. Last month I stayed at the Residence Inn at Lake Union. It's a nice setting by the lake, just north of downtown but still (barely) walkable to downtown, yet the hotel had a free shuttle to all points downtown; you could call them to arrange pickup or do a pre-arranged time. I got the hotel through Priceline. This will be my new favorite zone to use with Priceline in Seattle, although it's sometimes hard to win a hotel there.

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