Welcome to Seattle Convention Hotels! Our goal is to provide the best options for your hotel stay in the beautiful areas of Seattle, BC! Whether your trip is for business or pleasure, we strive to provide exceptional service from the start of our secure online reservation system to the last night of your hotel stay! Our top-rated hotels ensure a comfortable atmosphere, and are often located near popular attractions, shopping centers, and local night-life activities! Whatever your visit to Seattle entails, we're sure you'll find our informative Seattle Guide and hotel booking options useful!
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|The Roosevelt A Coast Hotel|
|Hyatt At Olive 8|
|The Paramount Seattle|
|Grand Hyatt Seattle|
|Sheraton Seattle Hotel and Towers|
|Red Lion On Fifth Avenue|
|Crowne Plaza Seattle Downtown|
|Fairmont Olympic Hotel Seattle|
|Hotel Vintage Park Kimpton|
|Mayflower Park Hotel|
|Renaissance Seattle Hotel|
|W Seattle Hotel|
|Executive Hotel Pacific|
Spanning across Interstate 5 as you drive into downtown, the Seattle Convention Center makes quite an impression. More properly known as the Washington State Convention Center, or WSCC, it is seen by frequent convention attendees as truly one of the best for its services, accommodations and location.
Since opening in June 1988 it has become home to some of the biggest conventions, such as the Macy's Holiday Parade Float Assembly, the Penny Arcade Expo and, of course, it wouldn't be Seattle without the annual Coffee Fest. In 1999, the Seattle Convention Center spent 2 years expanding to almost double its size by building a connected facility to the north and creating one of the Center's most spectacular features: a glass canopy over a full block of Pike Street. In 2010 it expanded again, acquiring the 71,000 square foot Conference Center, originally intended to be the new home of the Museum of History and Industry. However when those plans changed the space became available, creating the opportunity for The Conference Center to now be utilized by groups that had become too large for Convention Center.
The new four-level Conference Center can be a self-contained event facility completely separate from the main Convention Center or combine with the entire WSCC for a total of 414,722 square feet of meeting and exhibit space, which includes 54 meeting rooms and a 45,000 square foot ballroom. One of Seattle Convention Center's most unique qualities is that some areas are available to the public. The Seattle Convention Center can easily accommodate nearly any size event and is the ideal place for trade shows, meetings, banquets and receptions, in addition to conferences and conventions. An added convenience is the almost 1,600 on-site covered parking spaces and over a dozen nearby hotels.