If you’re planning on flying in or out of Seattle (SEA-TAC), and you were planning to simply park at the airport, you’ll want to rethink your plans for two reasons. The first is that due to the construction, the north entrance to the parking garage is closed. This construction has caused unanticipated delays of varying amounts of time. The second reason you’ll want to rethink your parking options is that to park in the spaces provided by the airport is very expensive.
Delays in the parking lot can cause you to miss your flight. While the garage implements a floor count system, allowing you to find the free spaces more quickly, getting in and out of the garage is a big to-do as of late. Is it worth missing your flight just to find a parking space? The answer is no, if you know about ParkSleepFly, where you can book not only your parking, but also a hotel room in advance. You could further prevent missing your flight by staying overnight near the airport. The construction also causes traffic getting to and from the terminals; parking with a hotel reserved on PSF means you’ll have a complimentary shuttle ride to your terminal; because you’ll have slept just a couple of miles away, you can get to the terminal in time to catch your flight.
Regarding the price to park, it costs more to park in one of the airport’s parking lots for five to seven days then to park at an airport hotel for a week…the latter includes one night’s reservation for a room. Seattle’s airport is a busy one, which means that you have a variety of choices when it comes to which hotel you choose.
PSF offers the ability to reserve your hotel room at over a dozen hotels, all with industry rankings of one to three stars and customer ratings of three and four stars. All customer ratings are based on surveys completed by ParkSleepFly customers after they’ve stayed in the hotel. Because you have a range of choices in the quality of the room that you book, you can custom tailor your arrangements to your budget.
Seven days of parking plus one night in a hotel will cost anywhere from $79.99 to $119.99. For fourteen days of parking and one night in a hotel, you can expect to pay $139.00. Of course, these prices may vary depending on what time of year you’re traveling. These were quoted assuming a travel period in the beginning of October. What if you need an extra day or two of parking? Depending on the hotel you choose, that can cost less than $7.
And what about the parking at the airport itself? You can expect to pay $130 for five to seven days of parking…that’s without the hotel room. Need an extra day or two? Each twenty-four hours extra will cost you $26. Let’s suppose that you’re traveling for nine days. If you book with PSF, you could pay anywhere from $94 to $134, depending on the quality of the hotel. That would earn you nine days of parking and one night staying at the hotel. If you were to park (no reservations) the same nine days from SEA-TAC, you could expect to pay $156…and that doesn’t include a hotel room.