The hotel is 100% non-smoking, there is a daily fee for internet use and parking. The hotel is located in the financial/business area of Seattle and room deals are often offered for weekend guests.
Nearby the Hotel:
The Marriott Renaissance is located very near the amazing Seattle Central Library, Pioneer Square and is just minutes by car or bus from CenturyLink and Safeco Fields. Pike Place Market is within seven blocks, and upscale shopping is even closer. These are all walkable distances for most people but please be aware Seattle has very, very steep hills that may be exhausting with a stroller or little one in tow.
Getting to the Hotel:
If you are arriving from the SeaTac airport you can easily ride into the city on the Sound Transit Link Light Rail. Disembark at the Westlake station and take a short ride to the Mariott Renaissance via taxi and or walk, depending on your mobility.
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Renaissance Seattle Hotel
515 Madison Street
Seattle, WA 98104
Telephone: (206) 583-0300
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Tips and Reservation Info
The hotel frequently has weekend packages with discounted rates.
The online reservation system won't allow 5 guests. Call the front desk to reserve a room. State you have a baby and ask if you may reserve a room for your family of 5. Compare with hotel search website. You may have good results by booking a room online with free cancellation then contacting the hotel to request a crib.
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