Hotel & Travel




The Seattle–Tacoma International Airport is located at 17801 International Blvd, Seattle, WA 98158. Thirty-one airlines serve 91 nonstop domestic and 28 international destinations, including Canada, Mexico and seasonal operations. For information about booking or changing a flight, wheelchair or accessibility accommodations, baggage policies, etc. please contact your airline directly.


The convention center’s two parking garages are conveniently located just off Interstate 5 and can accommodate approximately 1,490 vehicles. The Main Garage is attached to the convention center; Freeway Park is adjacent. See parking garage directions, hours and rates.

Taxis, limos, town cars & ride sharing

At the Seattle–Tacoma International Airport, taxis and ride-sharing companies are available on the third floor of the parking garage. One-way rides between the airport and downtown range from $40–$55. In downtown Seattle, Lyft, Uber, and metered taxis offer in-city transportation from local drivers. All rides can be scheduled using smartphone apps.

The Arch drop-off points are 725 Pike and 800 Convention Place.

Public transportation

Light rail

Sound Transit’s Link light rail provides a 40-minute ride from Seattle–Tacoma International Airport to downtown Seattle. It takes four minutes to walk to the convention center from the Link’s Westlake Station.


King County Metro Transit provides bus service in downtown Seattle and outlying neighborhoods in King County. Download the mobile app for on-the-go transit information, available for iPhone and Android.


The iconic Seattle Center Monorail travels between Westlake Center in downtown and Seattle Center at the base of Queen Anne hill. Trains depart every 10 minutes and the trip takes only two minutes each way.


Seattle Streetcar's South Lake Union line connects the South Lake Union neighborhood to Seattle’s vibrant downtown core. The First Hill line connects to Link light rail at the Capitol Hill and International District stations, the Sounder Commuter Rail and Amtrak intercity rail at the King Street Station, and Metro Transit buses at several points.

Tickets and transit passes

ORCA Cards

ORCA transit passes can be used on streetcars, light rail, buses and more. They do not work on Washington State Ferries or the Seattle Center Monorail.

Transit GO Ticket

Download mobile app Transit GO Ticket to purchase digital tickets for King County Metro Buses and Water Taxi, Seattle Monorail, Sound Transit Light Rail and Sounder, Seattle Streetcar, and Kitsap Transit.