Conference Accomodations

PNC/MLA 1999 Annual Meeting
Seattle Center, Seattle, Washington
October 25-27, 1999

Downtown Seattle | Seattle Center

The 1999 PNC Annual Conference is located at Seattle Center on Queen Anne Hill, which is several miles from downtown Seattle. However, there is a Monorail that runs between Seattle Center and downtown Seattle. The fare is $1.00, and trains leave every 15 minutes between 9 a.m. and 11 p.m., seven days a week. The trip takes about two minutes. This makes travel between Seattle Center and downtown quick and efficient. We are providing information on accommodations both within walking distance of Seattle Center, and in downtown Seattle.


Alexis Hotel. 1007 1st Ave., Seattle, WA 98104. (206)624-4844. Next to the Pike Place Market. Nightly rates range from $175 per night to $675 per night. Hotel services include Aveda Health Spa, gym, in-house restaurant called the Painted Table, and a complimentary wine hour every evening.

Four Seasons Olympic. 411 University Ave., Seattle, WA 98104. (206)621-1700. Downtown, 2 blocks from Downtown Monorail station. If you make reservations, be sure to ask for corporate rates- they're much lower, and only require that you are traveling on business. Corporate nightly rates are $275 for a standard room and $295 for a deluxe room. Amenities include a full service gym.

Inn at the Market. 86 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101. (206)443-3600. Located in the Pike Place Market. Nightly rates range from $155 to $345 per night. The lowest rate for a room facing the water is $215. Amenities include access to the Seattle Health Club, robes in the rooms, deck on the 5th floor looking out over Elliott Bay, and a highly regarded in-house French restaurant called Campange.

Mayflower Park Hotel. 405 Olive Way, Seattle, WA. (206)623-8700. Standard rooms are $160 per night for a single and $175 for a double. Hotel connects with the building that houses the Monorail station. Provide a fitness room, restaurant and lounge, and 24 hour room service. Located in the center of downtown Seattle.

Sixth Avenue Inn. 2000 6th Ave., Seattle, WA, 98121. (206)441-8300. ˝ block from the Downtown Monorail station. Rooms are $89 a night Monday through Thursday, and $99 per night Friday and Saturday.

Warwick Hotel. 401 Lenora St, Seattle, WA 98121. (206)443-4300. Located directly in front of the Monorail for easy access to Seattle Center. Rooms are $230 per night. A shuttle van provides 24-hour transportation within the city. They have a gym, Jacuzzi, and many other amenities. Located in the center of downtown Seattle.

West Coast Camlin. 1619 9th Ave., Seattle, WA 98101. (206)682-0100. Located about 4 blocks from the downtown Monorail station. Rates are $89-$175 per night. The $89 rooms are located in the Cabana, a motel next door to the hotel.

West Coast Vance. 620 Stewart St, Seattle, WA 98101. (206)441-4200. Located two blocks from the downtown Monorail station. Nightly rates are less than $100.


Best Western Inn. 2301 8th Ave., Seattle, WA, 98121. (206)682-0200. Rooms are $92/$94 per night. 8 blocks from Seattle Center. Amenities include continental breakfast, jacuzzi, sauna, and free parking.

Executive Inn. 200 Taylor Ave. No, Seattle WA, 98121. (206)448-9444. Rooms are $104/night. 1 block from Seattle Center. Amenities include hot tub and exercise room, and a restaurant in the hotel.

Homewood Suites. 206 Western Avenue W, Seattle, WA 98119. (206)281-9393. 3 blocks from Seattle Center. Monday through Thursday rooms with a city view are $149 per night, and rooms with a bay view are $179 per night. On weekends, the price goes down. All rooms come with fully equipped kitchens. Complimentary continental breakfast and manager's reception every evening Monday through Thursday, 5-7, with wine, beer, and a light meal. Also equipped with an exercise room.

Inn at Queen Anne. 505 1st Ave. No., Seattle, WA 98109. (206)282-7357. Located across the street from Seattle Center. Rooms are $89 per night. All are equipped with kitchenettes, and a continental breakfast is provided.

Mar Queen Hotel. 600 Queen Anne Ave, Seattle WA. (206)282-7407. Located 3 blocks from Seattle Center. Rooms range from $129 to $159 per night. All rooms have kitchenettes and hard wood floors. Have French bistro and café.

Quality Inn City Center. 2224 8th Ave., Seattle, WA . (206)624-6820. Located 6 blocks from Seattle Center. Rooms are $124.95 per night. Includes sauna, jacuzzi, free full breakfast and parking.

Space Needle Travelodge. 200 6th Ave No, Seattle, WA, 98109. (206)441-7878. Ask for the travel break quoted for people on business trips, and the rooms are $69 per night with tax. 3 blocks from Seattle Center. Comes with outdoor pool, jacuzzi, free continental breakfast.

Wall Street Inn. 2507 1st Avenue, Seattle, WA 98121. (206)448-4300. This one sounds great! 5 blocks from Seattle Center, and 5 blocks from downtown and the Pike Street Market. Standard rooms (single or double) run $95 to $110 per night, and luxury rooms run $115 to $130 per night. Luxury rooms have a view of Elliot Bay, and standard rooms do not have a view. They have a total of 16 rooms, all of which come with fresh flowers, robes to wear, coffee and tea service. There are stairs, so not handicapped accessible. No smoking. Comes with full breakfast, and they loan umbrellas if it's raining (which almost never happens!) They have a standing corporate account with a national nursing association when they are in town for conferences. If you're interested, call soon; they fill up fast!

For more information contact Chris Beahler or Sarah Safranek, Conference Chairs

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