Our Local Area
The Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport Hotel is conveniently located at Seattle Tacoma International Airport (Sea-Tac), around 15 miles from downtown Seattle. We are steps from the Link Light Rail Station, providing fast and easy transportation to downtown Seattle. Using Link Light Rail saves you the hassle of traffic and the expense of parking fees making it ideal for anyone catching flights, attending concerts and sporting events, or exploring local attractions.
Countless Things to do in Seattle
Seattle is a city rich with history and charm. Best known as the birthplace of Starbucks and grunge music, our city is home to a thriving arts and culture scene. It also boasts world-class urban attractions to rival any major metropolis. Endless opportunities for dining, shopping and professional sports await. Surrounded by the supreme natural beauty of the Pacific Northwest, Seattle is a city as picturesque as it diverse.
Explore Top Seattle Attractions
Since 1907, Pike Place Market has been the place where locals and visitors gather year-round to buy everything from fish to fedoras. With a wide variety of shops and food vendors selling unique items, it’s a gold mine for souvenirs and gifts and a great place to experience the diversity and local flavor of Seattle.
Built in 1962 for the World’s Fair in Seattle, this futuristic structure offers breathtaking views from its 605 ft.-high peak. It’s located at the Seattle Center cultural complex where you can explore a variety of other attractions including the Pacific Science Center and Chihuly Garden and Glass display.
This one-of-a-kind rock and roll museum offers a multimedia experience of music history that you won’t get anywhere else. It features a collection of instruments and artifacts from the most famous moments in rock and includes interactive music exhibits that let you try your hand at being a rock star.
A marvelous showcase of everything from ancient Chinese sculpture to Renaissance paintings to contemporary installations, the Seattle Art Museum is a treasure trove of art and culture. Located in the heart of downtown, it’s a place you could easily devote a whole day to exploring, especially if you decide to also venture into the restaurant and large gift store.
Dating to the 1880s, Seattle’s Chinatown is nearly as old as the city itself. Shaped by a mosaic of Asian influences including Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese and Filipino, it is home to dozens of authentic restaurants, fascinating shops and bustling markets.
Boeing’s Seattle factory (located about 25 miles north of the city) is the largest building in the world by volume, measuring an astounding 472,000,000 cubic feet. It’s where the company’s massive 787 dreamliner jets, along with various others, are produced. Admission to the factory’s Future of Flight exhibit includes a 90-minute guided tour of the facility.