WallyPark removes one of the hassles of flying with secured self-serve and valet parking facilities in close proximity to major airports across the U.S. Though amenities vary by location, most include express check-in and checkout service, with WallyClub members also earning points toward free parking. WallyClub facilities ease the stress of airport commutes with complimentary newspapers, bottled water, and a shuttle service that departs every 5–10 minutes 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Complimentary luggage assistance at some locations helps customers haul prized dirt collections to and from vehicles.
SeaTac Park chauffeurs jet setters directly to and from the airport and looks after their rides during their absence. Simply park in any of SeaTac Park’s 1,124 stalls, then hop on a shuttle for the 5- to 15-minute trip to the terminal. With luggage assistance from the friendly driver, passengers can board with plenty of time for a joy ride on the baggage carousel. The lot’s 6-foot fence with barbed wire, security cameras, and excellent lighting keep precious autos safe while their owners eat spätzle in Salzburg. Convenient shuttles cruise by the airport every five to seven minutes to pick up newly returned passengers, and postmidnight arrivals can send a text or use a courtesy phone for immediate evac. Additional days can be purchased for $10.95 per day, plus taxes and fees. Customers can request that their sedan be taken through the car wash ($15), or walk through themselves to clean the airline peanuts out of their hair.
With 115 locations scattered across the Seattle area, Republic Parking offers plenty of opportunities to safely stow cars while exploring the city. Its lots are in close proximity to many attractions, including Memorial Stadium, Pike Place Market, and the giant haystack that completely obscured the Space Needle in 1983.
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.
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.