2024 NASPA Annual Conference


You must book your hotel through the NASPA Annual Conference registration site to receive the conference rate. A list of hotels and rates is below.

Housing Pirates

Beware of housing pirates! Every year, NASPA receives reports of emails being sent to participants, exhibitors, and NASPA members offering lower hotel rates. Maritz is the official housing provider for the NASPA Annual Conference, and the conference registration site is the ONLY site that you should use to book your hotel room.

Seattle Convention Center | Summit Building

900 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101
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Hotel Room Rate per Night
Hyatt Regency Seattle
808 Howell St, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Sheraton Grand Seattle
1400 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Grand Hyatt Seattle
721 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Hyatt at Olive 8
1635 8th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Westin Seattle
1900 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Hilton Garden Inn Seattle Downtown
1821 Boren Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Hilton Seattle
1301 6th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Mayflower Park Hotel
405 Olive Way, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Hilton Motif Seattle
1415 5th Ave, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Paramount Hotel
724 Pine St, Seattle, WA 98101 Website
Room Rates, Taxes, & Fees

In addition to the room rates listed above, please note that a 15.7% hotel tax and a $4 Seattle tourism fee will be assessed to all sleeping rooms, per room per night, subject to change without notice. When budgeting your hotel expenses, please include these taxes and fees in your calculation of the cost for each night.


The Puget Sound Region has a strong culture of public transportation. As you plan your trip for arrival, departure, and all of the time in between we wanted to provide information on the transportation authorities in the area. In order to plan your trip, we recommend using the transportation directions provided by Apple Maps or Google Maps - both will provide you with real time information on buses and trains. 

Arriving from the airport

Rideshare is available from the airport and on average runs approximately $60 one-way from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. If you use this service, follow the signs in the airport to the specific rideshare area in the parking garage (3rd floor level).

Another option available is the Link Lightrail which has a train that runs directly to the Westlake Station/Downtown Seattle continuously from 5:00 a.m. to 11:45 p.m. for a one way fare of $3. The Lightrail is about a 38 minute ride from the airport to Downtown Seattle. To get to the SeaTac/Airport Link light rail station from baggage claim, just head up to the fourth floor and cross the skybridge to the parking garage level. From there, follow the signs.If you need assistance with the distance to the Lightrail, there is a golf cart (Train-to-Plane Shuttle) that runs consistently and holds luggage on the back. Most NASPA attendees will use the Westlake Station exit, please verify that it is closest to your hotel as there may be a different station for your needs. 

To learn more about the options provided by Soundtransit at Sea-Tac Airport visit their website.


Exploring the city

The Link Lightrail is a great way to visit other neighborhoods in Seattle. Trains run consistently throughout the day and just require you to pay a fee each way. The King County Metro bus system provides connections to all corners of Seattle and beyond. To plan your trip use the King County Metro Trip Planner to head to local attractions and restaurants of interest! 

Local Attractions

  • Seattle Center 
    Includes the Space Needle, MoPop Museum, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Seattle Center Armory, Climate Pledge Arena, and the Pacific Science Center, visit for more information. 

    Accessible from Downtown Seattle/Westlake Station via the Monorail. Visit for hours and trip planning. Located on the 3rd floor of the Westlake Center. 
  • Pike Place Market
    Established in 1907, Pike Place Market is the Seattle public market featuring 500 small business with local farmers, artists, craftspeople, and restaurants. Located about 15 minutes walking from the Seattle Convention Center. Visit to plan your visit to the Market.
  • Olympic Sculpture Park
    Covered in monumental artworks, this award-winning nine-acre sculpture park on the Seattle waterfront, with views of the Olympic Mountains. Located about 10 minutes from Seattle Center and a mile north of the Seattle Art Museum. Check out more with the Seattle Art Museum visit
  • Seattle City Parks
    Visit any of the Seattle City Parks 381 parks, including Kerry Park (with downtown Seattle views and a familiar view from many popular TV shows), Gas Works Park (with the sole remaining coal gasification plan in the US turned into a city park with Lake Union and downtown Seattle Views), and Discovery Park (largest in the city with a lighthouse and the historic grounds of Fort Lawton). Check out any of the parks, including many walking distance from the Seattle Convention Center, by visiting