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0.4 miles from Cruise Port

Seattle Marriott Waterfront
Seattle Marriott Waterfront
2100 Alaskan Way,
Seattle, WA 98121 US

The Seattle Marriott Waterfront hotel located in the heart of downtown Seattle Washington's most popular waterfront district is 15 miles away from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). The hotel is just steps away from Metro Bus Station, the famous Pike Place Market, the Seattle Cruise Terminal, and near...More

0.6 miles from Cruise Port

Holiday Inn Exp Suites City Center
Holiday Inn Exp City Center
226 Aurora Avenue North,
Seattle, WA 98109 US

Holiday Inn Express City Center is located approximately half a mile from the Space Needle and 15 miles from Seattle Tacoma International Airport. This location is also half a mile from Key Arena and Seattle Opera House, one mile from Pike Place Market, two miles from Safeco Field and Pioneer Square, three miles...More

0.1 miles from Cruise Port

Holiday Inn Seattle
The Edgewater
2411 Alaskan Way Pier 67
Seattle, WA US 98121

Perched over the waters of Elliott Bay, Edgewater Hotel, Seattle's only waterfront hotel, is within walking distance of Pike Place Market and approximately 17 miles from Seattle/Tacoma International Airport. Situated on Pier 67, guests are within walking distance of the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, Odyssey Maritime Museum,...More

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About the Port of Seattle

The Port of Seattle as an entity operates the ports of the city as well as Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Several marinas, cargo facilities, a fisherman's pier, and cruise ship terminals fall under the umbrella of the Port of Seattle's operation. From a traveler's perspective, the cruise ship terminals and the airport are where they will interact with the Port.

From the founding of Seattle in 1851, the city has had a bustling waterfront. It wasn't controlled by the Port of Seattle in 1911, after it was wrested away from what was essentially a stranglehold dominated by the railroads.

Located at the Bell Street Pier and Smith Cove on the Seattle waterfront, the cruise piers service seven different cruise lines that together carry nearly 900,000 passengers a year out of or through Seattle. Most of them are going to Alaska during the summer, meaning the cruise terminals are very busy. Only a 20-minute cab or shuttle ride from the airport or just minutes off the freeway, the cruise facilities are easily accessed. Amtrak stops nearby as well.

Whether starting a cruise in Seattle or making a stop, there is plenty to see and do close to the cruise ports. Downtown Seattle and the waterfront are people-oriented. It's easy to walk and find great restaurants or tourist sites. The very exceptional mix of outstanding urban and natural experiences virtually on top of each other make Seattle a destination unto itself.

Within blocks of the waterfront you can find great shopping, the Space Needle, the Experience Music Project together with the Science Fiction Museum, Pioneer Square, Seattle Aquarium, and Pike Place Market with its famous fish throwing.