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11:00 am
Self parking: $15.00 (Limited SUV Parking)
Valet: Not Available
Service animals allowed: Yes
Pets allowed: No
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Hampton Inn & Suites Seattle-Downtown

700 Fifth Avenue North, Seattle, Washington, 98109, USA TEL: +1-206-282-7700 FAX: +1-206-282-0899

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Downtown Seattle is the perfect location for your next meeting or event. It is our pleasure to host your friends and colleagues. We offer three meeting spaces to fit all your needs. Our largest meeting space is our Queen Anne room with 700 square feet of function space for up to 40 persons. We also have two boardrooms, our Lake Union and Elliot Bay rooms, which seat 6-8 persons. Call and ask to speak with a member of our Sales Department. We look forward to hosting your event.


  • At a Glance

    • Total Guest Rooms : 199
  • Room Types

    • Largest Meeting Room : 0 Sq. Ft.
  • Group Amenities

    • Business Center
    • Fitness Center OnSite
    • Standard In-Room and Lobby Wi–Fi
  • Local Airports

    • Seattle-Tacoma International Airport30 min./16 mi.
    • Boeing Field/King County Int'l Airport25 min./13 mi.
    • Snohomish County Airport (Paine Field)/25 mi.
  • Convention Centers

    • Bell Harbor Conference Center: 1 mile

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