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Visiting this place was on my bucket list, as a baseball fun I could't miss it. I was watching a really exciting Mariners-Tigers game. The location is close to the CenturyLink Field, it's almost impossible not to find it.
This is a great baseball park to visit on a sunny Seattle day, even if you don't enjoy the game. The views are amazing and you can enjoy a beer and sitting in the sunshine, with a baseball game as the backdrop. There are lots...More
Take me out to the Ball Game!! One of the highlights of our Seattle vacation was watching the Mariners play! Easy to get to via the light rail from downtown Seattle. A very cool stadium! Bottled water was sooooooo expensive, no wonder they were selling...More
I feel Safeco Field is one of the better major league ballparks. Great setting and the train whistles add to the atmosphere. There is nary a bad seat in the park. I prefer to get my dogs outside, but the food choice inside the park...More
The atmosphere was a combination of a community baseball field and professional entertainment. The free monorail ride with ticket stub allowed us to stay outside the pricey downtown core and still have easy access to Safeco. Great variety of food but bring your wallet as...More
Can someone tell me the best way to get from the Doubletree Seattle Airport to Safeco Field tomorrow? Thanks!
July 23, 2010|
Take the hotel shuttle to the airport, then walk to the light rail station (adjacent to the parking garage) and take the train to the Stadium station. Same in reverse after the game.
Kootenay Rockies, Canada
Hotel close to Safeco Field (5 Replies)
Hi TripAdvisor friends. We r taking the kids to a couple of Mariners games in July and are looking for a reasonable priced hotel close to the field OR in another awesome location in Seattle that is close to public transportation to the field. Would appreciate your recommendations. Thx!
March 31, 2013|
safeco field is less than one mile from any major downtown hotel. Silver Cloud Stadium or BW Pioneer Square are the two closest, but staying more downtown would b e my preference. Even a hotel near the Space Needle would be an easy bus ride to the stadium.
Hotel Choice??? (6 Replies)
We are doing some LONG TERM planning. We will be in Seattle for 3 nights next July, prior to a cruise. We would like to see a game at Safeco Field, visit the Sculpture Gardens, Space Needle area, Pike Place Market, etc. and MAYBE the Museum of Flight. We will be flying in and then needing to either walk or use public transit. We are considering the Hotel 5. Would that be convenient for the things we would like to do, or should we select a different hotel area to stay in? Any advice is most...More
October 07, 2014|
Response fromRay S|
Since the downtown core is compact and easily walkable, any hotel in the vicinity will give you easy access to the attractions you listed, or transit to the farther ones. No downtown Seattle hotel is inexpensive, but the Five is conveniently located for a 'budget' hotel. The Mayflower Park and the Moore are worth looking at as well.