Make your next stay in Seattle one of your best trips yet. Reserve a room at the newly renovated Courtyard by Marriott North Seattle/Lynnwood Hotel and enjoy welcoming guest rooms and healthy dining options at the...
Conveniently located nearby to the Seattle Tacoma Airport, the Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Sea-Tac Area is designed for business travelers to truly thrive during their stay, as well as leisure travelers to enjoy...
Experience an upscale, urban accommodation, complimented by the finest amenities, at the Courtyard by Marriott Tacoma Downtown. A modern, city feel permeates the hotel, complete with a guest fireside library, gorgeous...

Courtyard Hotels in Seattle and Things to Do

Popular Courtyard Hotels in Seattle

The right accommodation can affect every aspect of your stay. There are convenient and comfortable Courtyard hotels in Seattle waiting to host you for a truly memorable stay. Luxuriate in an upscale urban accommodation at the deluxe Courtyard by Marriott Tacoma Downtown. Flying into the area? The Courtyard by Marriott Sea-Tac Area is conveniently located just 4.3 miles from the airport, or hitch a ride on the complimentary airport shuttle to the Courtyard by Marriott Seattle Southcenter. Experience shopping euphoria at the Courtyard by Marriott  North Seattle/Lynnwood hotel.

 History

Seattle, Washington, boasts an incredibly rich history in a breathtaking location. Situated on an isthmus between the Puget Sound and Lake Washington, Seattle was originally inhabited by Native Americans until the Denny Party, led by Arthur A. Denny, arrived in 1851. It was re-situated to its current site and named Seattle in honor of tribal leaders in 1853. Seattle has a background in logging and shipbuilding industries, brought on by the Gold Rush to Alaska. Economy in the growing city was greatly damaged by the Great Depression, but the end of World War 2 and a growing aircraft manufacturing industry set up by Boeing, let the economy regain a foothold. The city has continued to grow and is now a thriving center for technology. It is also one of the leading cities in the “Green” and sustainable development movements.

 Getting Here and Getting Around

Arriving to Seattle, visitors can fly in via the Seattle Tacoma Airport, locally known as Sea-Tac Airport. Interstate 5 and Route 99 run north to south through the city. Route 99 runs along the Alaskan Way Viaduct through Downtown Seattle. King County Metro provides a bus service throughout the city with frequent stops, a service including electric trolleybuses. There is also a light rail operated by Central Link which runs between Downtown Seattle and the Sea-Tac Airport. Travel on water with the Washington State Ferries service. Courtyard hotels in Seattle often have shuttles running to and from the airport at no charge, so save your money for shopping, meals, and sightseeing.