Wi2023 Hotel & Travel


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The ABA block at the Sheraton Grand Seattle is now full. We are working with the hotel to help get everyone placed prior to the event. This includes adding nights to existing reservations or other modifications.

To expedite your request, please complete this form. You will be notified via email as soon as we are able to accommodate you or no later than Tuesday, January 10, 2023. Hotel questions can be directed to hotel@bookweb.org. Please allow two business days for a response.
Sheraton Grand Seattle 
1400 6th Ave
Seattle, WA 98101

Upon check-in, guests will be required to provide an ID and a credit or debit card to cover their stay and incidentals. This will be placed as a hold on your card for the length of your stay and the actual amount will be charged upon departure.

Seattle Ferry BoatTRAVEL:

Light Rail
Getting from Seattle-Tacoma to Sheraton Grand Seattle: Trains arrive every 8–15 minutes, depending on the time of day, and take about 40 minutes to travel between Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) and Westlake Station, which is one block from the Sheraton Grand in downtown Seattle. Tickets can be purchased with the Transit GO Ticket App.
Taxis, Limos, Town Cars & Ride Sharing
At SEA Airport, taxis and ride-sharing companies are available on the third floor of the parking garage. One-way rides between the airport and downtown range from $40 to $55.
For more information on getting to and around Seattle, check out the Visit Seattle website.
The Seattle Convention Center has two garages located just off Interstate 5. We recommend parking at the SCC Arch (Main) Garage for easy access to the event space. More info from the Convention Center.
Parking at the Sheraton Grand hotel is Valet Only and the price is $60 overnight, tax inclusive, and available to hotel guests.


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