USENIX has negotiated special rates for workshop attendees at the Sheraton Seattle. Contact the hotel directly to make your reservation. Please mention USENIX to get the special rate. A one-night room deposit must be guaranteed on a major credit card. To cancel your reservation, you must notify the hotel at least 24 hours before your planned arrival date.
- Sheraton Seattle Hotel & Towers
- 1400 Sixth Avenue
- Seattle, WA 98101
- Toll Free: 800.325.3535
- Local Telephone: 206.621.9000
- Reservation Fax: 206.621.8441
- $142.00 Single Occupancy
- $162.00 Double Occupancy
- (plus local taxes, currently at 15.6%)
Note: Requests for hotel reservations made after the deadline will be made on a space and rate available basis only.
Special airline discounts will be available for USENIX attendees. Please call for details:
- JNR, Inc.
- Toll Free in US and Canada:
- Telephone: 714.476.2788
Airport To Hotel Transportation
The Sheraton Seattle is located about 30 minutes from the Seattle-Tacoma (Sea-Tac) International Airport.
Gray Line Service provides daily shuttle service every 20 minutes from 6 am until 11:30 pm to the Sheraton Seattle and other downtown hotels. Tickets cost $7.50 one way, $13.00 round trip, and can be purchased at the Gray Line Service Desk near the baggage claim area. Reservations are not required. Taxi service is $30-$35 one way and takes approximately 25 minutes.
Points of Interest
- Pike Place Market: Colorful farmer's market is the oldest continually-operating market in the nation; splendid array of seafood and produce stalls, restaurants, crafts, international foods.
- Waterfront: 112 miles of restaurants, shops, boats, maritime sightseeing
- Seattle Aquarium: Fascinating views from the bottom of Elliot Bay.
- Pioneer Square: Shopping, art galleries, international dining, and sightseeing in Seattle's historic district.
- Woodland Park Zoo: Stroll through open-style exhibits of one of the top ten zoos in the country.
- Pacific Science Center: Hands-on mathematics and science exhibits; space films.
- Seattle Center: 74-acre urban park, home of Seattle's performing arts, Pacific Science Center, Space Needle, Children's Museum, and festivals.
- Space Needle: 360-degree observation deck and lounge including two revolving restaurants.