Visit the Seattle Southside Region


Where is Seattle Southside?

Seattle Southside includes the three great cities of SeaTacTukwila, and Des Moines which surround Sea-Tac International Airport (SEA) which is just 15 minutes south of downtown Seattle and 20 minutes north of Tacoma, Washington. 

Seattle Southside's ideal location in Western Washington makes it easy for visitors who want to explore and wander in the greater Pacific Northwest. 


What are the Best Hotels Near Seattle Airport (SEA)?

With over 60 hotels to choose from, you're sure to find more than a few that suit your budget and needs for amenities. Use the 'City' and 'Amenities' tabs in our Hotel Finder to start your search and narrow down your list.



Transportation in Seattle Southside

Visitors who just arrived at Sea-Tac Airport (SEA) can grab their luggage, catch a free airport shuttle and check into their choice from first-rate hotels in just a matter a minutes. Want to rent a car?  There are over X NUMBER of National Car Rental companies located near Baggage Claim at Seattle's Airport.  From their hotel, visitors can jump on any of the state's 3 major freeways, I-5, I-405, and I-90 in 10 minutes or less.   In addition, X NUMBER OF light rail stations which make getting around the area a breeze.


What are the Best Things to Do in Seattle Southside?

In Seattle Southside you’ll find great shopping, a huge selection of restaurants and many top rated, value-priced hotels. It’s an affordable and fun place to visit, with an incredible variety of interesting things to do, including the Museum of Flight, Des Moines Beach Park, Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden, Seattle Chocolates, iFLY Indoor Skydiving and so much more.


History and Native American Heritage of Seattle Southside

From centuries old pre-European habitation by the Duwamish and Muckleshoot tribes, to European settlement in the mid-19th century, to the construction of Sea-Tac Airport, the history of this area is fascinating and colorful.  Read a Brief History of the Seattle Southside Region