Travel Information

Getting to Bellevue

Alaska Airlines

For those flying into SeaTac Airport, Alaska Airlines/Horizon is offering a 7% discount off of published rates. Please book your flight through www.alaskaair.com and add the WASWUG discount ECMX402 to receive the discounted rate. You may also make your reservations through the Group Reservations Desk at 800.455.4425 ($15 service charge applies). This discount is valid for flights between March 8-16, to/from any U.S. airport, excluding Hawaii or Alaska. There are no blackout dates.

Shuttle Express

If you are flying into SeaTac Airport, Shuttle Express is a quick, dependable and affordable way to get to Bellevue, especially for the solo traveler. Each way will cost $19 and we strongly recommend that you book your shuttle in advance. Walk-ups are welcome but are dependent upon availability. When you arrive at SeaTac Airport cross Skybridge 3 or 4 to the airport parking garage then go down to the 3rd floor. You will see check-in kiosks at the curb, just beyond the glass partition.

Website: http://www.shuttleexpress.com/seatac-airport/default
Call: 425.981.7000, available 24 hours a day

*If you are traveling with a group of 10 or more, please call Shuttle Express, and they will be able to arrange a private shuttle for your group at a rate of around $12/person one way.

Taxi service

A taxi from SeaTac to the Bellevue Hyatt Regency will run between $45-$55 one-way. If you are traveling with 3-4 people, this can be a very economical way to get to Bellevue.

STITA Taxi

Website: You may reserve a taxi online by visiting http://www.stitataxi.com or download their app from the app store “Stita Taxi”.
Call: 206.246.9999

Yellow Cab

Call: 206.622.6500

 

Public transportation

For those with an adventurous spirit (and the gift of advance preparation), you can easily get from the SeaTac Airport to the Bellevue Hyatt Regency using public transportation. Please keep in mind that this will not be the most efficient route…but it may be the most fun! The trip will involve hopping on the new Link Light Rail, making a transfer and then catching a Metro bus to Bellevue. The trip should cost about $5 one way and will make you feel that you’ve contributed to the health of the planet. The best tool you can use to find your way is the “Trip Planner” on the King County Metro website: http://metro.kingcounty.gov. Under the “Ride Metro” tab, click “Plan a Trip.” You will be able to input the date, time and destination of your trip and several itinerary options will appear.

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