Ramada Inn Seattle Downtown, Seattle

Ramada Inn Seattle Downtown

2200 Fifth Avenue

The Ramada Seattle Downtown hotel is located in the heart of Seattle's beautiful and bustling downtown on the corner of 5th Avenue and Blanchard Street. The Ramada is on the downtown Free Transit Bus Line, and the Seattle Center Monorail line. Seattle is a great city for walking and downtown restaurants, attractions, and world-class shopping are all just a short stroll away.The Seattle Waterfront is just 6 blocks from the Ramada and includes excellent seafood restaurants, the Seattle Aquarium, and the Seattle IMAX Dome Theater. World famous Pike Place Market is just 5 blocks from the Ramada, as is the Westlake Center and Monorail Terminal. Qwest Field, home to the Seattle Seahawks and Safeco Field, the Seattle Mariner's home turf are just 2 miles from the hotel. Key Arena, where the Seattle Supersonics hold forth, is just a mile away.The Ramada Seattle Downtown has just completed an extensive remodeling and restoration which now make us completely Non Smoking. In a city that is justly famous for restaurants, our own bistro, Max's Cafe, is well regarded as a great place to enjoy breakfast and lunch, or room service, if you wish. For snacks, sundries, or other needs the RAMADA Convenience MART is just off the lobby and open 24/7. Another new feature of our beautifully redecorated lobby is the new Business Center. Browse the web, check the weather, print maps or boarding passes as you watch the world pass by on the streets of Seattle. Our Ramada is a five story, ADA and AAA approved interior corridor hotel with Braille elevators, complimentary USA Today newspaper M-F, and guest room views of either the Space Needle or downtown Seattle. On site guest parking is $12 per night. All guest rooms include 27 inch cable TV, Free Wireless High Speed Internet Access, new Serta Concierge Emerald Plush bedding, Moen Revolution showerhead, coffeemaker, hairdryer, iron and board, and Ramada Citrus Ginger Spa Amenities, Fitness Center on Property.So come and stroll the