Safeco Field has become one of the premier facilities in Major League Baseball and is home to the Seattle Mariners. The park is known for its atmosphere, remarkable views, tasty food and of course great baseball. The stadium has also served as the host for college football games, Wrestle Mania and other sporting events.
Construction began in 1997 to replace the Mariner’s old stadium known as the Kingdome. After more than five years of construction and planning, the Mariners officially opened for business on July 15, 1999.
The new Stadium covers nearly 9 acres and weighs 22 million pounds. It features a retractable roof to provide protection from the Seattle rain while still allowing for games to be played under the sun in nice weather. Check out the special Nintendo DS’s which can be used to order food in seats or to view exclusive game day content.
An outdoor patio area located on the street level behind center field is known as the Pen. The ‘Pen is a fun new way to enjoy the game while talking it up with fellow fans. The ‘Pen offers a full unobscured view of the field, and provides fans with a cozy fire pit, cocktail lounge, four concession stands, serving classic foods and new dishes, and a gift store. Hosting a group outing? The patio at The ‘Pen can host groups of 40 or more.
Moose Den & Mariner Moose
Younger fans can take a visit to the Moose Den and visit Mariner Moose periodically during each Mariner home game. Guests are welcome to take photos or just stop by. Moose Den is located in center field on the Main Level at Section 191.
Safeco Field offers walking tours of many of the facilities not open to fans during game day for a small fee. These include the visitors dugout and locker rooms, press boxes, and luxury suites.
Fans can access Safeco Field through interstate 90 (I-90), Interstate 5 (I-5), and State Route 99 (SR-99). Family and friends flying into Seattle, Washington may consider checking in a head of time.
This downtown Seattle hotel's location near the City Center is ideal for both business and leisure travelers. Guests enjoy convenient amenities like free high-speed Internet access and an indoor pool. Many fine dining opportunities located within minutes, and nearby public transportation lines provide easy access to the entire downtown Seattle area.
Our hotel is in the heart of the Seattle Center, so you are just minutes from all of Seattle's most famous "must-see" attractions like the world famous Pike Place Market, the breath-taking Seattle Waterfront, the Experience Music Project, Pacific Science Center, Science Fiction Museum, Children's Museum, Seattle Art Museum, Lake Union, Convention Center, and of course, the Space Needle!
New Staybridge Suites hotel in Seattle/Fremont, Washington opening April 2015, provides premium hotel accommodations and amenities that include our heated, indoor swimming pool and hot tub allowing for year-round relaxation. Lodging at our hotel offers you unexpected amenities such as our 2,000 sq ft. Rooftop deck with gas grills, landscape area to walk pets, and breathtaking view of Mt. Rainier
Fast and easy transportation via Link Light Rail, a free airport shuttle and up to two-week "Park, Stay & Go" packages. Whether you're flying out of Seattle or catching a cruise, these are just a few reasons to stay with us.
Since we are one of the closest Seattle area hotels to the Sea-Tac Airport, travel arrangements are easy! We offer a free shuttle for hotel guests to commute them to and from the airport, several nearby restaurants and to the light rail station which offers easy access to downtown Seattle, CenturyLink Field and all that Seattle has to offer.
The hotel's guests in Everett, WA now enjoy a complimentary evening reception Tuesday, Wedensday and Thursday. This reception features local beer and wines from Washington vineyards, as well as a light meal.
Stayed two nights while taking in a couple of exhibits at Seattle Center. It is within walking distance, but I have walking issues so only did that once. Drove the second time and paid for valet[More]
parking. Totally worth it!
The hotel is nothing out of the ordinary, but the underground parking was very convenient, the room was fine, the staff was friendly and helpful, the internet was free and worked, the breakfast was free and had a reasonable variety of foods. The quality was not stupendous, but it was certainly edible, and it was free!
You're right beside a freeway, so it was noisy with the windows open, but fine with them closed.
Because I can't walk far, there really were very few places to go for food. There is a restaurant at the Holiday Inn (I stayed at the HI Express next door). We didn't eat there, however.
If walking is not an issue, it's a well-priced hotel not far from the city center. If it is and you want to sightsee more, you might want to get a little closer to downtown.
I would happily stay here or another HI Express again because of its price, location, and facilities. [Less]