For 2021, Foolscap returns to the Hilton Seattle Airport, right across the street from SeaTac Airport.

The hotel is easy to reach by highway with plenty of on-site parking, and is across the street from the airport light rail station. Trains run to downtown Seattle until just after midnight, so you can stay late and still get home - or stay on-site so you can talk and game into the wee hours. Rooms start at $116 a night (our convention rate), and some larger rooms are available for special events.

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If you're interested in hosting an event in your room, please email our hotel coordinator so we can make sure we get you set up in an appropriate room.

Getting to Foolscap


If you're coming by car, we're a short drive from I-5. The hotel's site has directions written by real humans, or you can ask Google how to get there. Either way, you can park in the garage behind the hotel at a discounted rate of $12/day (plus sales and local taxes).
NOTE: You must enter from Pacific Highway S.

Light Rail / Bus

Want to take public transit to the convention? It's easy! Use Metro Trip Planner to find your route.


Flying into Sea-Tac? We're a short walk across a skybridge from the airport parking structure, or you can take advantage of the hotel's complimentary airport shuttle.

Finding Registration

Foolscap Registration is in the combined Summit Ballrooms (Alpine, Horizon and Glacier) near the highway end of the hotel, around the corner from the hotel's front desk and restaurant. Foolscap itself is in those rooms and some nearby conference rooms. There are no Foolscap events in the building above the parking garage.



Weather in Seattle in February

The weather in the greater Seattle area in February tends to be cool and wet. Dress in layers and bring a water-repellant coat. A sweater or fleece jacket for cooler areas of the hotel is a good idea, too.