Aloft Seattle Sea-Tac Airport is an excellent choice for travellers visiting SeaTac, offering a family-friendly environment alongside many helpful amenities designed to enhance your stay.
Guest rooms offer amenities such as a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator, and guests can go online with free wifi offered by the hotel.
Aloft Seattle Sea-Tac Airport features 24 hour front desk, a coffee shop, and baggage storage, to help make your stay more enjoyable. The property also boasts a fitness center and breakfast. If you are driving to Aloft Seattle Sea-Tac Airport, free parking is available.
While in SeaTac, you may want to check out some of the restaurants that are a short walk away from Aloft Seattle Sea-Tac Airport, including Anthony's (0.8 mi), Sharps Roasthouse (0.4 mi), and Copperleaf Restaurant at Cedarbrook Lodge (0.6 mi).
During your visit, be sure to check out Angle Lake Park (0.3 mi), which is a popular attraction within walking distance of the hotel.
Enjoy your stay in SeaTac!
Only stayed one night before flying out in the morning. This is a great hotel very close to the airport. It was very clean in the room and so quiet! The bed was very comfortable too! The staff was very friendly upon checking in and out of the hotel!
What a delightful hotel. It was clean and roomy. The staff was very friendly and efficient. I used the courtesy shuttle for a nearby restaurant, which was an excellent recommendation from the front desk clerk. Can’t wait to stay there or at any of the Aloft hotels again
Because of my job, I have been staying at the Aloft Hotel SeaTac location since November of 2020 until writing this review in May 2021. I have had only terrific experiences with the staff at this hotel. Danielle, Holly and Hiday have been made my stays there the most enjoyable and pleasant. Their professionalism is second to none. One thing that can't be taught or replicated is the genuine warmth and hospitality that they have put forward to me and my travel partner. I hope they are recognized for who they are and their contribution to the Aloft chain. These three especially are incredible. Our shuttle driver, James, is also a wonderfully welcoming person and its always nice to see his face on any of my stays there. The hotel is a great place to stay as well. Lobby is great, rooms are roomy with what you need.…
After a unusually long flight delay from Salt Lake City I found myself arriving home to Washington several hours later than originally scheduled. I tend to utilize public transportation to/from the airport in order to avoid parking fees and found myself not wanting to make the switch from the Light Rail to the bus at such a late hour. For that reason I decided to get a hotel with shuttle service and face all the rigors of public transportation (while wrangling multiple pieces of luggage) after a good night's sleep. I found Aloft online and booked my reservation. After calling the front desk a shuttle arrived within 25 minutes. Check-in went smoothly in a clean, brightly colored, and spacious lobby. The room was small but functional and clean. However, there wasn't a microwave in the room which required a trip to the lobby for heating food. The restaurant was closed due to Covid but they're was an area to purchase snacks. The choices were plentiful and varied. Complementary coffee was served each morning in the lobby. The staff was friendly and the facilities very clean. It was a bit loud at times during the night as sound traveled quite a bit in the hallways. However, the Light Rail tracks were right outside my window and I couldn't hear it. I slept well and would stay again. …
I greatly appreciated the shuttle service with the nice helpful driver. My room was on the small side but comfortable and had everything and I needed. The 2nd floor is reserved for people with dogs. I greatly appreciate that dogs stay for free. Only disappointment was no toaster in the breakfast area - unlike Aloft in Chicago. Due to COVID no additional amenities. I don't understand why hotels don't make that more clear on their websites. It seems a bit dishonest.