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100% refund if canceled at least 60 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 30 days before arrival date.
Before entering the WorldMark network, The Camlin had a long and distinguished history in downtown Seattle. It was first built in 1926 as a residential hotel and was updated in 1962; over the years many celebrities passed through its elegant lobby and spent time in the lounge that once filled the top floor. Meticulous effort has gone into retaining the charm that once made the building a beloved fixture in downtown Seattle while bringing in modern comforts to make your stay at this urban resort memorable.
The resort is located across the street from the Washington State Convention Center and Paramount Theatre. It is just steps away from Seattle’s vibrant 6th and Pine shopping district. You’ll find world-class dining options plus all of the attractions of Seattle close at hand: the lively Pike Place Market, Seattle Center and the Space Needle, Safeco Field and the fabulous waterfront are all easily accessible.
Parking rates for the Camlin: Starting Jan. 1, 2018, the valet parking price will increase to $40 per night, and the self-parking price will increase to $30 per night. Unlimited in and out privileges. Guests pay for parking on arrival.
Take in a 360-degree view of the Emerald City on the observation deck of the Space Needle. Or enjoy a sumptuous meal at the rotating SkyCity restaurant. Observation deck, open 9 a.m.-11 p.m. Sun.-Thurs., and 9 a.m.-midnight Fri. and Sat. 1¼ mi.
Pike Place Market
One of the most famous marketplaces in the world, the Pike Place Market features a collection of day stalls where you can purchase fresh fruits, vegetables, flowers, fish and crafts. Open year round, seven days per week, except for Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Day and New Year’s Day. 1 mi.
Bill Speidel’s Underground Tour
Journey under the streets and sidewalks of the Emerald City on a guided tour of the subterranean passages that once were the main roadways and first-floor storefronts of old downtown Seattle. For more information, call (206) 682-4646. 1 mi.
Seattle has one of the most magnificent, awe-inspiring seaports in the world. Highlights along the waterfront include Seattle Aquarium, Myrtle Edwards Park, Olympic Sculpture Park, two cruise ship docks, the Washington State Ferry terminal, docks for Argosy Cruises and the Victoria Clipper, arcades, restaurants, shopping, bike paths, fishing piers, and a spectacular view of Puget Sound. 1.4 miles.
The Seattle Aquarium provides fun and exciting ways to see, touch and explore the underwater world of the northwest and beyond. Aquarium highlights include the Window on Washington Waters, a 120,000 gallon tank holding sea creatures from the coast of Washington, two large touch tidepool tanks, Life of a Drifter tanks featuring jellyfish and the Giant Pacific Octopus, harbor seals, sea otters, and the 400,000 gallon inverted Underwater Dome, showing sea life found while diving in Puget Sound. 1.4 miles.
May: Cinco de Mayo – Seattle Center, Folklife Festival - Memorial Day Weekend
June: Summer Solstice Parade – Longest day of the summer – Fremont
September: Bumbershoot - Labor Day Weekend
December: Winter Solstice Parade – Shortest day of winter - Fremont