Directions & Parking
2211 Alaskan Way, Pier 66
Seattle, WA 98121
Bell Harbor International Conference Center is located just blocks from downtown Seattle, and sits on Pier 66 along Seattle’s beautiful waterfront. Sea-Tac International Airport is approximately 15 miles from Bell Harbor, with travel time between 30-60 minutes based on traffic.
Parking at Bell Harbor
We recommend parking in the Art Institute of Seattle’s parking garage, which connects directly to Bell Harbor and World Trade Center Seattle via the skybridge and can be accessed on both Elliott Avenue and Wall Street.
Bell Street Pier Garage #28
2323 Elliott Avenue
Seattle, WA 98121
Sunday - Thursday 6:00am to Midnight
Friday and Saturday 6:00am to 1:00am
0-1 hours $5.00
1-2 hours $8.00
2-3 hours $12.00
3-4 hours $13.00
4-7 hours $16.00
7-8 hours $18.00
8-10 hours $19.00
10-14 hours $20.00
14-24 hours $22.00
Evenings after 5pm $8.00
Early Bird $14.00
Monthly 24/7 Access $260.00
*subject to change without notice. Rates include 9.6% sales tax and 12.5% parking tax.
For shorter meetings, there is 2-hour street parking along Alaska Way, at $4 per hour.
To Bell Harbor International Conference Center traveling south on I-5:
- Take Exit 167 (West Mercer Street/Fairview Avenue)
- Go straight on Mercer Street
- Turn left on 5th Avenue N
- Turn right on Broad Street
- Continue on Broad Street to Elliott Avenue, and turn left
- Once you pass the Wall Street intersection, park in the Art Institute of Seattle parking garage on your immediate right
To Bell Harbor International Conference Center traveling north on I-5:
- Take the Madison Street exit (also called Convention Place exit)
- Turn left on Madison Street
- Stay on Madison Street until you come to the waterfront
- Turn right on Alaskan Way
- You will pass Pier 66 on your left; the next street after the skybridge is Wall Street
- Turn right on Wall Street
- Turn right on Elliott Avenue
- Park in the Art Institute of Seattle parking garage (second driveway on the right)
Please note the two parking garage entrances, Elliott Avenue and Wall Street.
As a part of Bell Harbor International Conference Center's ongoing commitment to the environment, please consider riding the bus, biking, carpooling or walking when visiting us. We are looking forward to your visit!
From the heart of downtown Seattle, visitors can walk down the Pike Street Hill Climb* via the Pike Place Market, and walk approximately 0.4 miles northwest (to the right if looking at the waterfront) past the Seattle Marriot Waterfront. Bell Harbor will be on your left. For additional walking routes, please use the map to the right.
*The Pike Street Hill Climb is the nickname for a popular staircase behind the Pike Place Market, and the stairs will take you to the waterfront and Alaskan Way. Signs in the Market will direct you there.
By Bus and Bike
Bus - Metro transit offers many bus routes to take you within walking distance of Bell Harbor. The Waterfront Streetcar Line Bus, MT 99 stops at Alaskan Way & Clay, two blocks north of Bell Harbor. Additionally, six buses service the 1st Avenue & Lenora Street stop, where there is a simple walk down the stairs or elevator ride to Alaskan Way, one block away where Lenora dead ends at the bottom of the hill. Once past the stairs down or the elevator, walk two blocks to the right to Bell Harbor. The bus routes are:
For detailed Metro bus routes and information, go to: Metro Transit Online or call (206) 553-3000.
Bike - Bicycle racks are provided at the base of the stairs leading to Bell Harbor's main entrance. The racks are located across from Anthony's Pier 66 restaurant. Visit the City of Seattle website for up to date local bike routes.
To inquire about rates for the Art Institute of Seattle parking garage, call Republic Parking at 206.443.1793
To access Bell Harbor International Conference Center's main entrance:
Inside the garage, go to the fourth floor and walk across the skybridge. Take the elevator or stairs down one level to the third floor and enter Bell Harbor International Conference Center.
To access the International Promenade:
Inside the garage, go to the fourth floor and walk across the skybridge. Take the elevator or stairs to street level and enter through the doors located beneath the skybridge. You will enter through the Grand Concourse and take the escalator or stairs up to the International Promenade on the second level.
To access Elliott Hall:
Inside the garage, go to the fourth floor and walk across the skybridge. Take the elevator or stairs to street level and walk north about half a block to the Bell Street Pier Cruise Terminal. Enter Elliott Hall via the doors to your left.
To access the World Trade Center Seattle:
Inside the garage, go to the fourth floor and walk to the elevator at mid-point of the skybridge. Take the elevator to street level and walk south to the World Trade Center WEST building and enter through the main entrance. Walk down the hallway to the elevator bank and take the elevator to the fourth floor.