Silver Cloud Hotel on Broadway, across the street from Seattle University and a short walk to Campion Hall where the conference will be held, is offering discounted group rates.
These rates do not include 15.6% hotel tax. Parking is available for guests at a rate of $19 per day plus applicable taxes. Wireless internet access is available throughout the hotel. Make reservations directly with Silver Cloud's Reservations Department by calling 206-325-1400 or 1-800-590-1801. Use our group name (Western Region Research Conference on Education of Adults) or group code (WRRCEA) and ask for the group rate. Reserve your room by September 3, 2013 to take advantage of the group rate.
Sorrento Hotel, located at 900 Madison in the First Hill neighborhood, is a short distance to campus by bus or on foot. This historic hotel is Seattle's first and longest-operating boutique hotel. The Sorrento has partnered with SU to provide discounted rates to all Seattle University guests in 2013. There is no deadline to receive the discounted rate, but room availability is limited. Reserve early to guarantee the discounted rate. Click here for rates, amenities, and instructions on making discounted reservations (PDF).
Silver Cloud Hotel at Lake Union, located at 1150 Fairview Avenue North and convenient to public transportation to campus, is offering discounted group rates.
These rates do not include tax. The rates do include free parking, hot breakfast, and a courtesy shuttle to select downtown locations (the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, or Pioneer Square) for sightseeing or to catch a bus to SU. Make reservations directly with Silver Cloud's Reservations Department by calling 206-447-9500 or 1-800-330-5812. Use our group name (WRRCEA) and ask for the group rate. Reserve your room by September 3, 2013 to take advantage of the group rate.
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) is located 15 miles south of Seattle. The following are transportation options from Sea-Tac Airport to Seattle:
As part of SU's ongoing mission ongoing mission to be an environmentally conscious campus, students, faculty, staff, and visitors are encouraged to take advantage of Seattle's excellent public transportation system. Metro Transit Routes 2, 3, 4, 9, 12, 43, 49, & 60 serve Seattle University. Use Metro’s trip planner to plot a route to or from Sea-Tac Airport, downtown Seattle, your hotel, Seattle University, or another Seattle location.
Interstate 5 is the main route to Seattle from the North and South. I-90 and State Route 520 are the main routes from the East. Seattle University is located at 901 12th Avenue. Find driving directions here.
Seattle University is located in the First Hill neighborhood in Seattle, near to the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The campus is conveniently located only seven city blocks east of Interstate 5, via the James Street exit. Click here for a regional map for a general idea of our location.
WRRCEA will be held in Campion Residence Hall. Campion Hall is located between East Jefferson Street and East James Street on the south side of campus. The main entrance is on the north side of Campion Hall. Click here for a campus map. A printable map is available under the menu on the right.
Parking at Seattle University is regulated at all times and availability is limited during business hours from Monday through Friday during the academic year. However, visitor’s permits can be purchased at the yellow pay boxes centrally located in the 12th Avenue and E. Marion Street Parking Lot (also called the "Pigott Parking Lot") or on the ground floor of the Murphy Parking Garage. Murphy Parking Garage is near Campion Hall, where WRRCEA will be held.
The pay boxes accept cash, Visa, and MasterCard. Visitor parking fees start at the following rates:
Seattle University has an ongoing mission to be an environmentally conscious campus, and students, faculty, staff, and visitors are encouraged to take advantage of Seattle's excellent public transportation system.
Registration fees for WRRCEA include afternoon snacks, breakfast, lunch, and dinner on Friday, and breakfast on Saturday. Other meals and snacks are not included.
There are many restaurants near campus (Word). There are also several restaurants and coffee bars on campus, catered by Bon Appetit, a premier on-site restaurant company.
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co-sponsoring WRRCEA 2013, please contact us.
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institution can participate in this collaborative conference, please contact us.