[Air-L] SEATAC to the Hotel

Kendall, Lori Sue loriken at illinois.edu
Sat Oct 8 15:56:27 PDT 2011

It is possible I got off at the wrong stop, but my recollection from the last time I stayed 
at this hotel is that it's not possible to get from the light rail to the hotel without at least 
one block of very steep hill, and a couple blocks of more moderate hills. So just be aware 
of that when you plan. 

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Seattle has a nifty new light rail system that runs to and from the airport
to downtown. It wasn't in operation when I was living there but I looked
around and it appears the University Street station is the closest (.3
miles/7 minutes walking) to the hotel and it looks like it is not up hill
(major consideration downtown - *steep* *hills*). The train takes 45 minutes
and the fare from the airport is $2.75 one way.

The website is at: http://www.soundtransit.org they do have a trip planner.
Lots of trains, esp. during peak times

Walk from seatac to Seatac Link Light Rail Station
1. Walk southeast on Perimeter Rd.
2. Continue on Seatac Access Road.
3. Walk northeast on Seatac Access Road.
10 min (0.3 mi)

I assume it will be well marked. If any locals wish to chime in case I am
wrong or to confirm I am right, please do.

Ted M. Coopman Ph.D.
Department of Communication Studies
San Jose State University
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