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Seattle in One Day: Sightseeing Tour including Space Needle and Pike Place Market

Seattle in One Day: Sightseeing Tour including Space Needle and Pike Place Market
Duration:
6 hours
From:
USD 124.00
Not sure what to see in Seattle? Take the stress out of sightseeing on this 6-hour tour, which covers 50 miles (80 kilometers) of downtown Seattle and the city's beautiful surrounding neighborhoods. You'll stop for one hour at the Space Needle (admission included) and enjoy two hours of free time at Pike Place Market. Plus, see dozens of other places that make Seattle special – the Ballard Locks, Safeco Field, Fremont, Chinatown and much more! Keep your eyes open for some of Seattle's famous views too, including those of the Cascades, Mt Rainier and Puget Sound.

Seattle's Favorite Sightseeing and Cocktail Cruise

Seattle
Duration:
2 hours
From:
USD 65.00
Experience Seattle aboard<em> </em>the city's only private cocktail cruise. Yes... its completely private! Whether you are a party of two or a party of six, Candere is yours for two hours. While cruising Lake Union, you'll view seaplane take-off and landings up close and see the Space Needle, Gas Works Park, the Fremont Bridge and St. Marks Cathedral. Cruise past dozens of floating homes including the Sleepless in Seattle floating home and the oldest floating home in Seattle. See hundreds of boats from classic cruisers to modern mega yachts from Westlake to Portage Bay and the Montlake Cut, leading to Lake Washington. Get a fantastic view of the UW campus and football stadium. This is a family friendly cruise, all ages welcome.You are welcome and encouraged to bring along picnic or snack foods, or food from one of the restaurants at the pick up location.

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Onsite Boeing Field Airport hotelsOnsite Hotels at Boeing Field Airport



An onsite Boeing Field Airport hotel is an easy choice if you have a layover at Boeing Field Airport or do not wish to take ground transportation to a nearby hotel. Many travellers also use the convenience of an on-site hotel to get a good sleep prior to their next flight without having to worry about transfers back to the Boeing Field Airport.


IHateTaxis.com has not heard of any on-site Boeing Field Airport Hotel options, however we do list some relatively close hotels below that offer shuttle services for their guests below.



 BFI Boeing Field Airport Hotels with Shuttle Service


We list Boeing Field Airport hotels with a shuttle service for their guests by distance from the Boeing Field Airport. Click on any hotel for additional details and pricing.
Econo Lodge SeaTac Airport with ShuttleEcono Lodge SeaTac Airport

In Seattle (3.6 km/2.2 mi away)
Priced from USD 60
Knights Inn Sea Tac Airport with ShuttleKnights Inn Sea Tac Airport

In Seattle (3.7 km/2.2 mi away)
Priced from USD 48
Comfort Suites Tukwila with ShuttleComfort Suites Tukwila

In Seattle (5.2 km/3.1 mi away)
Priced from USD 136
Renaissance Seattle Hotel with ShuttleRenaissance Seattle Hotel

In Seattle (5.5 km/3.3 mi away)
Priced from USD 121




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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2017