arghawkfan wrote:I am in the process of organizing a 1st time trip to Seattle for the home opener vs the niners, and i am using Hotwire to book a hotel. You can save alot of money by using the secret hotel feature, but the problem is that you don't know what hotel you are booking. Long story short, I won't have a car while in Seattle, so what area should i book for to be close to the CLINK but also be central to fun things to do in the city. Listed areas include: Downtown Pike Place, Space Needle Area, Lake Union South, Downtown Bellevue, Redmond Kirkland, Renton or Tacoma.
Thanks in advance for any help
Certainly not Downtown Bellevue, Redmond, Kirkland, Renton, or Tacoma! Pike Place maybe, or around Pioneer Square (which wasn't on your list). Busses actually work in Seattle (unlike the rest of Western Washington...) and there's a bus tunnel that runs right through the city with a light rail line in it. Pike Place is close to one of the bus tunnel stops, and the stadium is right near the south end of the tunnel at the International District (formerly Chinatown) stop.