Airport Transportation Options
There are several transportation options to choose from to get to the Holstein Convention:
Shuttle Express van service; call (425)981-7000. You will need to be prepared to pay when booking.
Town Car service, book through the Hyatt concierge desk 1-425-462-1234 (Ext 51). Typical rate is $50 for a 4 person car, larger vehicles also available for groups of 10 or 18.
Rideshare options such as Uber or Lyft, picks up at airport (usually in the parking garage, be sure to follow directions on your app if you choose this options as there could be a separate pick-up point).
Public transportation options:
- Light Rail from Seatac Airport (follow signs, you will walk through parking garage) to Pioneer Square (downtown Seattle), transfer to Metro Express bus 550 to Bellevue Transit Center. The Hyatt is a three block walk (one block north, two blocks west). Estimated cost: $6/adult.
- Metro bus from SeaTac Airport Terminal – Bay 2 to Bellevue Transit Center. The Hyatt is a three block walk (one block north, two blocks west). Estimated cost: $3/adult.
Excited to share that the Hyatt Regency Bellevue is ready to start taking your reservations! Room rates start at $145 a night. If you prefer to call: 888-421-1442.
Due to high demand, we have added a second hotel just three blocks away. The Courtyard Marriot is also available at $145 a night.
And another hotel has been added! Red Lion Hotel Bellevue @ $129/night, includes parking and free hot breakfast. Call 1-800-RED-LION (733-5466) and ask for the Washington State Holstein Association block of rooms. It’s about a 15-minute walk from the main convention hotel.
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