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The AAA 2023+HearTECH Expo will take place at the Seattle Convention Center—Arch Building located in downtown Seattle at 705 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101. Some events will take place at the Sheraton Grand Seattle located at 1400 6th Avenue, Seattle, WA 98101. 

Visit Seattle

There is so much to do in and around downtown Seattle. Want to know the top 25 things do to while in Seattle or how to get around Seattle and your hotel? Check out the links below to begin planning your exploration.

Health and Safety Guidance

The Academy is committed to providing and maintaining a safe, healthy environment for our attendees, exhibitors, conference and hotel management and staff, and for all individuals who are onsite at AAA 2023+HearTECH Expo.

International Travelers

The Academy welcomes our international attendees to AAA 2023+HearTECH Expo!

Air Transportation

Seattle’s airport is called Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA). For a listing of airlines at SEA and additional airport information, click below.

Book your airport parking with CheapAirportParking and enter discount code AAA23 to receive a 20% discount on your airport parking. 

Ground Transportation

Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) offers ground transportation options for all types of passengers. There are a variety of transportation options available to/from the airport. Please visit Port Seattle’s website for more information on SEA terminal map overview, train terminal overview, airport parking garage and ground transportation map and bike storage and parking at the airport map.

Want to avoid traffic, save money, and get to/from the airport quickly? Try using the Airport/SeaTac Link Light Rail Station. Just take the Link Light Rail to/from the Westlake/Seattle station. This station is a short walk to all Academy hotels.

Quick Transportation Service Right Downtown: Seattle Center Monorail

The Seattle Center Monorail was built for the 1962 Century 21 World’s Fair and provides easy access from Westlake Center Mall station at Fifth and Pine Street (a few blocks from the Seattle Convention Center and many of the downtown hotels) to the Space Needle and Seattle Center. Trains departs every 10 minutes and each trip takes just 2 minutes. Here is a link to the current Monorail hours and a route map that shows the two stations (one at Westlake, one at Seattle Center) as well as pricing and instructions for purchasing tickets.

Parking at the Convention Center

For directions to The Seattle Convention Center – Arch Building and for parking information, click below.

The Community Safety and Hospitality Ambassador Program

The Community Safety and Hospitality ambassadors are on the ground in the city of Seattle seven days a week assisting visitors, residents, workers and those in need. From providing directions to out-of-towners and supporting parks and public spaces to keeping an eye on clutter, this dedicated team helps keep downtown safe and welcoming.  If you would like one of the city ambassadors to escort you from one venue to another, at any time of day, you may contact them for this complimentary service at (206)441-3303.


Seattle, Washington, United States. Daily high temperatures in April ranges from 45°F to 57°F


Conference attire is business casual. Meeting room temperatures can vary considerably throughout the day; a light jacket or sweater is suggested. 

Children and Pet Policy

No one under 16 years of age is permitted in the Exhibit Hall or in educational sessions. Children of any age are NOT permitted on the show floor during set up or tear down hours. NO EXCEPTIONS. Pets are prohibited at all times. Service/support animals are allowed as determined by the convention center guidelines.

Child Care Services

Bringing your family to Seattle and need child care services? Click below for local service providers.

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