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Sheraton Seattle Hotel
JANM has secured preferred room rates for its registered participants at the Sheraton Seattle Hotel which is located in the center of the city and steps from exciting nightlife, gourmet restaurants, world-class shopping, Pike Place Market, and Seattle's best attractions. The hotel is located at 1400 Sixth Avenue, Seattle, Washington 98101.
All reservations, special requests, changes, and cancellations must be made directly with the Sheraton Seattle, or by calling 888.627.7056 (be sure to mention Japanese American National Museum Conference).
Preferred JANM room rates must be reserved on or before June 12, 2013
- $139.00 Traditional Single/Double Occupancy
- $159.00 Deluxe Single/Double Occupancy
- $179.00 Club Single/Double Occupancy
- $350.00 (and up) Suites $25.00 Extra Person
Room tax is currently 15.6% + a $2.00 tourism fee per night. Parking: valet parking, $44 per day; no self-parking available on site. Taxes and parking prices are subject to change.
- Subject to availability, room reservations and special JANM Conference rates will be accepted until 5 PM on June 12, 2013. Room assignments are made on a first-come, first-served basis. Special rates apply only when you book directly with the Sheraton Seattle.
- If making hotel reservations for dates before June 30 or after July 11, call 206.447.5547.
Planning Your Visit—Seattle Visitor Information
The city of Seattle is serviced by Seattle Tacoma International Airport. Visitors can easily access downtown Seattle on the Central Link light rail system
for more information. For other transportation options from the airport to downtown, visit www.portseattle.org
Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau
Before your trip, visit the Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau
to help you plan the details of your trip. The Seattle Convention and Visitors Bureau also offers a free Visitors Information Packet
and other brochures.
Seattle offers numerous dining options in and around the downtown area. For our Conference participants, we have gathered a list of some local hot spots
courtesy of the staff at the Japanese Cultural & Community Center of Washington (JCCCW). Enjoy!