Safeco Field in Seattle
Baseball fans staying at the Silver Cloud Hotel – Stadium in Seattle will be thrilled to know that Safeco Field, home of the Seattle Mariners, is right across the street and just a few feet away. With a one-of-a-kind retractable rooftop, and seating capacity of 47,878, Safeco Field is known for its qualities of being a ‘retro-modern’ ballpark that provides fans with plenty of innovation and local flavor.
Exceptionally unique, Safeco’s retractable roof was so innovative that it attracted engineers from all over the world. Safeco Field is often visited for its spectacular sightlines, luxury suites, broad food & beverage selection, and asymmetrical field dimension.
Silver Cloud Hotel – Stadium near Safeco Field
Whether it’s before or after the game, you and your crew will most likely want to have a few cocktails - especially for all you tailgaters out there. And since you’re walking distance to the field, why not take advantage of our legendary Jimmy’s on First restaurant. Jimmy’s Specialty Drink Menu offers a wide selection of drinks: Specialty Drinks, Specialty Martinis, and Jimmy’s Drafts. In addition, Jimmy’s All Day Menu will keep you coming back for more with our delectable appetizers, starter soups & salads, entrée salads, burgers & sandwiches, seafood, signature beef, and of course our famous desserts!
On the rooftop, our outdoor pool and spa overlooks Elliot Bay and Safeco Field – a sight definitely worth checking out! This is a perfect setting to soak up the sun before attending a late baseball game on a warm summer day.
Enjoy Sporting Events at CenturyLink Field
Baseball games aren’t the only thing going on next to Silver Cloud Hotel – Stadium. Right across the street is CenturyLink Field, home to the Seattle Seahawks (Football) and Seattle Sounders (Soccer) professional teams. This field has a capacity of 67,000 and is known for being one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL. In addition to sporting events, CenturyLinkField attracts some of the most popular bands that perform live; bands like U2, The Rolling Stones, Paul Simon, and more.