Seattle Hotels near Cruise Port at Smith Cove Terminal Pier 91

Seattle Waterfront

Seattle WA Pier 66 and 91

Seattle, nicknamed “The Emerald City”, is a thriving metropolis located in the state of Washington.

Cruise ships in Seattle WA dock at the central waterfront Bell Street Pier 66 Cruise Terminal in downtown or at the Smith Cove Cruise Terminal at Pier 91, which is at the northern end of Seattle’s waterfront, just 10 minutes from the famous Space Needle and downtown shopping.

Best deals for Seattle cruise port hotels and cheap motels near both ship terminals. Stay in hotels close to port in downtown, or near Sea-Tac airport.

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Hotels Cruise Port of Seattle

Most cruise passengers choose to stay in a downtown hotel or motel, from where the Bell Street passenger terminal pier 66 can easily be reached on foot or by taxi. The terminal is located along the city’s beautiful waterfront, just a few blocks from downtown Seattle.

Smith Cove Pier 91 is set at the north end of the Elliott Bay waterfront near Magnolia Bridge, situated about 10 minutes from the famous Space Needle and downtown areas.

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Looking for reasonable priced hotels in downtown ? Properties around the Space Needle are more budget friendly. From here you can take either the bus or monorail to get into downtown. Both Belltown and Lake Union areas are also more budget friendly than downtown. Places to stay close to Sea-Tac airport are also less expensive.

When your inbound flight arrives late or when you have an early flight the next morning, it can be very convenient to stay near SeaTac airport. Airport hotels are generally less expensive than downtown hotels. From the airport you can take either a cab, a shared shuttle service or Central Link Light Rail to downtown and the cruise port.

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Seattle Marriott Waterfront Hotel
Marriott Seattle Waterfront
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Downtown Seattle hotel along Elliott Bay close to Bell Street Pier 66 cruise port terminal. Superb harbour views.

Seattle The Edgewater Hotel
The Edgewater
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One of the best 4 star hotels nestled on Seattle’s waterfront at Pier 67. Popular by cruise passengers.

Seattle Belltown Inn
Belltown Inn
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Budget friendly property offering cheap rates a 10 minute walk from the Space Needle in downtown Seattle WA.

Seattle WA Cruise Port Terminals
  • Bell Street Cruise Ship Terminal – Pier 66 Downtown

    Bell Street at Pier 66 Cruise Terminal — ocean liners tie up right in the heart of the city at the central waterfront on Alaskan Way, which runs from the Pioneer Square shore roughly northwest past Downtown Seattle and Belltown, ending at the Broad Street site of the Olympic Sculpture Park.

    This cruise complex is home to Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) and Oceania Cruises, which offer weekly sailings to Alaska. Pier 66 is an easy walk to the famous Pike Place Market and Seattle Aquarium.

    Nearest properties are the Marriott Waterfront hotel and the 4 star The Edgewater, both hotels are within walking distance of Pier 66 at the cruise port and many downtown sights and attractions.

    Address

    2225 Alaskan Way, Seattle, WA 98121

    phone : (206) 787-3911

    email : ops@seattlepier66.com

    web : portseattle.org

  • Smith Cove Passenger Terminal – Pier 91

    Smith Cove at Pier 91 Cruise Terminal — located 10 minutes from downtown hotels in Seattle WA at the northern end of the city’s waterfront.

    Smith Cove is home to Carnival, Celebrity Cruises, Holland America Line HAL, Princess Cruises and Royal Caribbean International RCL. It’s a popular embarkation point for cruise ship passengers heading north to ports of call in British Columbia and Alaska.

    Address

    2001 W Garfield St, Seattle, WA 98119, United States

    phone : (206) 787-3911

    email : ops@seattlepier66.com

    web : portseattle.org

  • Cruises from the Port of Seattle – Alaska Cruises

    During the summer most cruises depart to Alaska (see ports Whittier, Seward AK) or Canada’s Inside Passage.

    At the end of the Alaska season repositioning cruises head south to California with stops in San Francisco, Los Angeles LA or downtown San Diego. Seattle cruise port is the home base of the Holland America Line and Seabourn. The company’s headquarters is located at Elliott Avenue West.

  • Emerald City – State of Washington

    Seattle, nicknamed “The Emerald City”, is a thriving metropolis located in the state of Washington.

    Well known for its fantastic skyline, the iconic Space Needle and vibrant waterfront, this coastal city is one of the most beautiful in the United States and the perfect gateway for an Alaska or Pacific Northwest cruise. We can help you find the best hotel for your interests and your budget. Find hotels in downtown Seattle, near the cruise port ship terminals, or affordable hotels and cheap motels close to SeaTac airport.

    The city is surprisingly compact, and cab fares are very reasonable. Popular areas include the Central Waterfront, Lake Union, Seattle Center near the Space Needle, and Belltown. Properties in these areas are both convenient for the port and sightseeing. Famous attractions nearby are the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, the Great ferris Wheel, EMP Museum, and the Fremont Troll.

    If your voyage begins or ends in this wonderful port, consider a pre- or post-cruise stay and discover all delights of Seattle WA. Ascend the famous 650-foot Space Needle, created for the 1962 World’s Fair, and savour the amazing views of the city, mountains and Elliot Bay. Be sure to visit Kerry Park for another picture perfect view with Mt Rainier in the background.

    Nearby the central waterfront is the popular Pike Place Market, a vibrant public farmer’s market. Stroll along the stalls selling fruit, vegetables, flowers and traditional crafts from local farms and independent merchants.

    The Central Waterfront consists out of several century-old piers with fine restaurants, hotels, shops, parks, a ferris wheel and one over-water hotel. A beautiful way to enjoy the bay is by taking a Washington State ferry from Pier 50 to Vashon Island or 52 to Bainbridge Island. Pretty nice is also a harbor cruise. Along the way you get great views of the port of Seattle, the Locks and might even see Harbor seals.

    Beyond the City — Aviation enthusiasts can visit the world’s largest airplanes at the Boeing Factory. It gives you an amazing insight into the construction of planes. Very educational and interesting for all ages.

    Just beyond the city lies a magnificent scenery of pristine mountain ranges. Take a tour to Mt Rainier’s extensive landscape beauty. See snow capped mountains, awesome waterfalls, as well as eagles, ospreys and a variety of beautiful birdlife.

  • Nearest airport – SEA Tacoma International Airport

    Seattle-Tacoma Intercontinental Airport (SEA) — from SeaTac airport it takes about 20 to 60 minutes to get to port Pier 66 by taxi and 30 to 60 minutes to reach the port’s Pier 91. (depending on traffic).

    Cruise piers and downtown pre or post cruise hotels can easily be reached by bus, shared or private shuttle, limousine, sedan, taxi or shuttle bus. Light rail (train) is the most economical way to travel between the Seatac airport and downtown accommodation.

    Gray Line of Seattle and Shuttle Express offer shuttles from the airport to the cruise piers and hotels.

  • Car Parking

    Parking — safe and secure short and long term overnight car parking garages are available at both cruise terminals.

    Pier 66 Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal Parking at 9 Wall Street, Seattle, WA 98121

    Parking lot, available to Oceana Cruises and Norwegian Cruise Line passengers, directly located across Alaskan Way from the cruise terminal. It offers 1,500 spaces of covered car parking. A sky bridge connects the Bell Street Garage with the cruise terminal.

    Pier 91 Smith Cove Cruise Terminal Parking at 2420 21st Ave W, Seattle, WA 98119

    1,100 car parking spaces right at the cruise terminal. Long term parking spaces available to all Holland America line, Princess Cruises, Royal Caribbean, and Celebrity Cruises passengers.

    Passengers can take a shuttle from the parking area to the terminal building. It also provides overheight and RV parking for Norwegian Cruise Line and Oceania Cruise passengers. Passengers leaving from the Pier 66 terminal can obtain a complimentary taxi voucher for service back to Pier 66. Allow 15-20 minutes for the taxi ride back to Pier 66.

  • Pre and Post Cruise Overnight Accommodation with free Shuttle

    Pre or Post cruise accommodation with free shuttle service to the docks — some Seattle hotels will shuttle you to the cruise port. However if you choose to stay in a downtown hotel, a taxi from downtown to the dock will be inexpensive and easy.

    Hotels with free shuttle service to/from the Airport — many places to stay around SeaTac airport provides a free complimentary 24hour shuttle transportation service to and from the Seattle Tacoma international airport.

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