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Washington Good Hotel for Seattle Supercross???

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Hey Guys

Im heading up with the family next weekend and was hoping to get some good info on hotels.

It's going to be me, my two 4 year old boys and the grandparents.

Since I will have my work cut out for me looking after everyone, the closest and easiest outweighs the price.

Thanks in advance for the help.

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If you seriously dont mind paying for convience you cant beat this place. You could easily walk but it would be a got 20 minute fast, 30 minute slow walk.

http://www.fairmont.com/seattle

Personally I would stay at a best western in Bellevue. A straight shot of about 20 minutes from Bellevue will get you there but you gotta definately watch the bridge traffic.

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If we end up driving a little after the race we would want to head south since were coming from portland. I should have mentioned that before:banghead:

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Closest

#1) Silvercloud (on 1st) 100 yards from Qwest

#2) Marriott (new courtyard on 2nd and James) 4 blocks from Qwest

#3) Hotell 1000 (Hilton) 6 Blocks from Qwest

Hope this helps, see you there

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Stay close to where the sounder runs, or the light rail, just jump on a train and your out of there:thumbsup: it looks like the "Link Light Rail" is going to the airport, so grab a nice hotel there, ride the "courtesy shuttle to the Airport, link to the stadium and back and the shuttle back to the hotel. Easy and no traffic:thumbsup: Here is the page that you want to check out. looks like the Hilton is right across the street from the Seatac Link station!

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You can't get any closer/convenient than that.

Closest

#1) Silvercloud (on 1st) 100 yards from Qwest

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I wish I had more details, but I would keep in mind that many of the closer hotels are full of people partying after the event.

With your boys there I can imagine that might not be your highest priority.

Kell

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