Popular Seattle Hotels Near SeaTac Airport

If you’re zooming in and out of Seattle for business or a short visit and want a convenient location near the airport, there are several comfortable hotels near Seattle-Tacoma (SeaTac) International Airport offering all the typical conveniences you would expect from an airport hotel. You’ll find the usual hotel chains, as well low-budget motels like the Travelodge SeaTac Airport North and luxury boutique hotels like Cedarbrook Lodge. For in-between options, take a look at these five hotels near SeaTac Airport that are popular with travelers.

Best Hotels Near SeaTac Airport: Seattle Skyline and Space Needle
Seattle Skyline: Photo by Eric Kilby / CC BY-SA 2.0

Best Hotels Near SeaTac Airport

Coast Gateway Hotel

Of the hotels near SeaTac Airport, the Coast Gateway Hotel is one of the closest – literally right next to it. It’s a well-appointed mid-range hotel with free parking and a complimentary continental breakfast. Rooms are sound-proof to minimize airplane noise. If you’re traveling with pets, pet-friendly rooms are available at no extra charge! The hotel also provides an airport flight display and check-in system to keep you updated on important flight information. A stay here isn’t complete without popping in for some delicious slow-roasted meats at the popular Sharps Roasthouse in front of the hotel.

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Sharps Roaster and Ale House SeaTac. Image: Seattle Southside

Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport

Compared to pricier hotels near SeaTac Airport, the Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport is affordable without compromising on standards. While it’s nothing fancy, it’s neat and clean with decent amenities, making it a good value for the money. A complimentary hot breakfast will start your day. For those catching early morning flights, breakfast is served from 4:30 a.m. Alternatively, you could head over to the IHOP located in the parking area. Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport is 10 minutes by car from SeaTac International Airport.

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Sleep Inn SeaTac Airport: Image: Choice Hotels

Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport

Priding itself on being one of SeaTac’s leading providers of comfortable accommodation is the Red Lion Hotel Seattle Airport. Sealy pillowtop mattresses, terry cloth bathrobes, and EcoFresh Environmentally Fresh Products (ERP) all help make your stay comfy. There’s a 24-hour shuttle service to and from the airport, but quite honestly, it may be faster to walk than wait for a shuttle as the hotel is within walking distance to the airport. The 13 Coins Restaurant is nearby and open 24 hours a day. This is a great “park and fly” option offering airport parking packages ranging from 4 to 14 days.

Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport

For more upmarket hotels near SeaTac airport, the Radisson group always makes for a pleasant stay. The Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport has 204 spacious rooms and suites with high-speed internet, pillowtop mattresses, and granite and marble bathrooms. Room service is available from 6 a.m. to 11 p.m. Business travelers can opt for the Business Class Room with upgraded amenities, complimentary breakfast in the morning, and drink vouchers in the evening. Don’t miss a visit to the fascinating Museum of Flight, only 6 miles from the hotel.

Best Hotels Near SeaTac Airport: Museum of Flight
Museum of Flight: Photo Cord Rodefeld / CC BY-SA 2.0

Seattle Airport Marriott

Another upscale hotel guaranteeing all the usual services of an airport hotel and a short distance from the Link Light Rail, which easily takes you into Downtown Seattle is the Seattle Airport Marriott. Step into the impressive lobby with stone paving, stone walls, fireplace, and wood-beamed ceiling. Hotel amenities include a lovely indoor atrium pool and fitness center. There are three breakfast options – buffet breakfast, continental breakfast, and full American breakfast. Note that additional fees are charged for breakfast, the shuttle service, and parking.

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Light Link Rail at SeaTac Airport: Photo Andrew Nash / Wikimedia Commons

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