With prompt 24-hour on-demand shuttle services to and from the airport, Park'n Jet offers airborne travelers a safe and dependable automotive sanctuary. Travelers place their car under the protective gaze of the closed-off parking lot and hop on a quick shuttle—equipped with a free newspaper and bottled water—to catch their flight or surf a baggage carousel.
WallyPark’s premier facility keeps cars safe, supervised, and ding-free while owners jet to far-flung locales. A complimentary copy of the Seattle Times, a cup of coffee, and a bottle of water greet drivers and passengers before a free shuttle ferries them to their airport destination (shuttles depart every five minutes). Cars patiently await their families’ return from the comfort of WallyPark’s Premier Garage, where pillowy padding keeps neighboring vehicles far enough away to prevent dings, yet close enough to enable bedtime “truth or dare” games. Washing, dent removal, and auto detailing are available upon request for an additional charge, and parking reservations can be made online.
Fast, Friendly Service Offering Secure Valet Parking
Adjacent to the airport on International Boulevard, MVP offers a convenient location with easy access to I-5 and HWY 509. Our close-in location guarantees timely airport van service in one of our free shuttles
Located a five-minute shuttle ride from Spokane International Airport, Diamond Park’N Jet's secure airport parking lot provides a home away from home for travelers' vehicles. Free shuttles service the lot seven days a week, 24 hours a day, and a staff member is always on hand to load luggage and give each traveler their complimentary newspaper and refreshments. Onsite security ensures that autos are protected, and free touchless car washes shine every vehicle so that returning motorists don’t daydream about the rentals they drove while vacationing. In addition to protecting cars while owners are in the skies, the lot also operates a "We Care" program, with staffers offering prompt assistance in the event of flat tires, dead batteries, empty gas tanks, or accidentally locked doors.
In 1992, restaurant owner Carlos Kainz and chef Julie Guerrero first joined forces to open a tiny West Seattle bakery and café, a spot that quickly gained traction and outgrow its modest trappings. The duo packed up the winning operation and moved on to a larger space and a larger vision, renaming their venture Dulces Bistro & Wine and crafting an ambitious menu focusing entirely on Latin-fusion cuisine for dinner. Although Guerrero traces her family heritage back to Mexico, many of her dishes, including paella valenciana and boeuf bourguignon, show strong European influences. Unadulterated Latin staples pepper the menu, such as the green chicken enchiladas that serve as a staple in Mexico City and at Sam I Am’s Cinco de Mayo parties.