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Airport to Hotel Transportation

Sound Transit’s Link Light Rail provides easy and convenient service from SeaTac Airport to downtown Seattle. From the airport terminal, use one of the covered walkways to the SeaTac parking garage. The Link Light Rail SeaTac/Airport Station is connected to the fourth floor of the parking garage. Trains arrive and depart on the platform level of the station.

The Link Light Rail service runs from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 6 a.m. to midnight on Sunday. Trains arrive and depart every 7 ½ to 15 minutes, depending on the time of day.

Deboard the train at Westlake Station in downtown Seattle. On the mezzanine level of the station, use the exit located by Nordstrom. On the street level, turn left towards 6th Avenue. Turn right onto 6th Avenue and walk one block to Pike Street. The Sheraton Hotel is on 6th Avenue between Pike and Union.

Hotel to Airport Transportation

Sound Transit's Link Light Rail provides easy and convenient service from downtown Seattle and SeaTac Airport. Board the train heading to the airport at Westlake Center Station. Entrances to the Westlake Center tunnel station are at 6th Ave. & Pine St. (outside of Norstrom) and 3rd Ave. & Pine St. (outside of Macy's).

Link Light Rail service runs from 5 a.m. to 1 a.m. Monday through Saturday and 6 a.m. to midnight on Sunday. Trains arrive and depart every 7 to 15 minutes, depending on the time of day.

SeaTac/Airport Station is connected to the fourth floor of the SeaTac parking garage. The covered, level walkway to th airport terminal is one level down on the mezzanine. The well-lit walkway is separated from the main area of the garage and direction signs point the way to the main terminal skybridge.

Accessible Transportation

King County Metro Transit is committed to providing King County residents and visitors with valued transportation services, and our services extend to customers with special needs due to age or disabilities. Metro provides Access Transportation paratransit service for qualified customers, and 100% of Metro buses are accessible. They offer accessible online trip planning and a variety of accessible means to interact and use their services.

Metro's Accessible Services group manages the Access Transportation program, and develops transportation products, technologies and services that are accessible and usable by all people.

To learn more about the many transportation tools available, please visit  http://metro.kingcounty.gov/tops/accessible/accessvan.html  or contact:

John Rochford
Transit Planner, Service Operations
King County Metro Transit Accessible Services
Tel: 206.205.6568
Email: john.rochford@kingcounty.gov

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