Parking at the Port of Seattle

The Bell Street Pier Garage is open for anyone cruising out of the Port of Seattle on NCL or Oceania. Located right across from the Pier 66 cruise terminal, it is fully secured and safe. Current cruise ships out of Bell Street Terminal are: the Norwegian Jewel, Norwegian Pearl and Oceania Regatta. Maximum height: 6'6" and NO RV parking available. All oversize vehicles can park at Smith Cove at Pier 91 and receive a free shuttle to Pier 66.

Price: $26/day including taxes and fees. Save $1/day by booking through Republic Parking Northwest (https://cruise.rpnw.com/).

Hours: Monday - Sunday, 6 am - Midnight

  • Handicap
  • Oversized Parking
  • Valet Parking
  • Indoor Parking
  • Outdoor Parking
  • Security
  • Reservation
  • Shuttle

Contact

(206) 787-3911

Address

2225 Alaskan Way,
Seattle, WA 98121

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Prices per day

  • $17 Indoor Parking

Payment Types

  • Cash
  • Visa
  • Master Card
  • American Express

Port of Seattle Overview

Seattle is a great city to visit both before or during a cruise. Listed among America's favorite cities in a recent poll by Travel and Leisure and CNN, Seattle is an incredible city to call home.

There is not a single Port of Seattle, but rather two Seattle Cruise Terminals for the Seattle cruise port. Both terminals are located downtown. The Bell St. Cruise Terminal at Pier 66 is home to a massive 11-acre complex at Seattle's waterfront downtown. The Smith Cove Cruise Terminal is located at Pier 91 on the north side of the waterfront, and is within walking distance of Seattle's retail center and prominent Space Needle.

Cruise Lines

The Port of Seattle is home to seven of the most prestigious cruise lines in the world: NCL, Carnival, Holland America, Celebrity Cruises, Royal Caribbean, Princess and Oceania.

Transportation

With great public transportation links, taxis, plenty of parking and a large array of rental car companies to choose from, Sea-Tac Airport has never been more convenient. For additional Port of Seattle transportation options, there are shuttle services at the cruise port.

Hotels

If you're looking for hotels that are close to the Port of Seattle, there are several options available. Some hotels to consider include Mediterranean Inn, Inn At Queen Anne, The Maxwell Hotel, Best Western Plus Executive Inn, Hampton Inn & Suites Seattle Downtown, MarQueen Hotel and more. By arriving at the Port of Seattle early, and staying in any number of their hotels, you can receive free parking for your car while on your cruising experience.

The Hotel Deca offers a large variety of amenities for its guests, and provides complimentary parking for your entire cruising adventure, up to two weeks. You need only spend a single overnight hotel stay on the night prior to your cruise departure from the Port of Seattle to qualify for this offer.

Dining

When it comes to dining in Seattle, you'll be amazed at all of the options. From waterfront dining at Ivar's Acres of Clams to casual bites at Coastal Kitchen, the Port of Seattle has it all. Some other dining venues to consider include FOX Sports Grill, House of Hong, Chandler's Crabhouse, The Hunt Club and Pyramid Alehouse.

Attractions & Entertainment

While you're visiting the Port of Seattle, there's never a shortage of entertainment and attractions. If you want to stay near the Port of Seattle, there's a restaurant called Flying Fish that is worth visiting. Also close to the Port of Seattle is the Pacific Place shopping center, Pike Place Market and Seattle Aquarium. Don't forget to check out the Space Needle and Pioneer Square!

 

Shopping

For some spectacular shopping, be sure to visit Pacific Place shopping center. Some other areas that are worth checking out include Westlake Center, Ye Olde Curiosity Shop, University Bookstore and Easy Street Records & Cafe.