The Sheraton Seattle Hotel  is located in the heart of downtown Seattle, Washington, and is steps away from the city’s exciting nightlife, restaurants, shopping and entertainment. It is conveniently located near many of Seattle’s famous attractions including the Pike Place Market, The Seattle Waterfront, Seattle Center, Space Needle, Seattle Art Museum, Seattle Aquarium, and the Washington State Convention & Trade Center.
The Sheraton Seattle features three locations to eat, meet, connect, and relax including their Daily Grill Restaurant offering a 1930s ambiance with classic American cuisine; the Daily Grill Bar where you can enjoy a martini or local microbrew, and the In Short Order Grab ‘n’ Go Café where you can grab a quick bite or latte to go. In addition, the Hotel features the Fountain Wine Bar & Lounge just off the main lobby offering a full bar and the nightly Sheraton Social Hour featuring wine selections rated 90+ by Wine Spectator.
The Link at Sheraton is available on the main lobby level next to In Short Order as well as inside the Fountain Wine Bar & Lounge, featuring wireless internet access to catch up on email, connect with friends or attend to business.
Located on the 35th Floor of the hotel, the Sheraton Fitness Center by Core Performance offers state-of-the-art equipment enhanced by sweeping views of Seattle. The Fitness Center also features a 40’ lap pool and a jacuzzi to soak in the sunlight and spectacular views. By pre-arranged appointment, revitalize your body and spirit with Vida Spa services. Enjoy a private spa treatment, body therapies, and massages in the privacy of your guestroom or at The Fitness Center.
The Sheraton Seattle Hotel is the official ASCP headquarters hotel. Reservations must be made directly with the hotel (206-447-5547). When booking your room, please reference the ASCP Annual Meeting & Exhibition Website and click our custom reservation link .
Staying at the ASCP Headquarter Hotel, the Sheraton Seattle, is a huge asset to ASCP and helps us with attrition and achieving financial goals!
Attrition clauses are a part of standard hotel contracts and are used to ensure that organizations fulfill their contracted obligations. Attrition fees are applied when a conference group cannot fill at least 80%, or an otherwise agreed upon percentage, of the contracted number of rooms. ASCP is responsible for using a minimum number of sleeping rooms per contract and if those minimums are not met, attrition penalties, meeting room and exhibit hall charges will apply. ASCP asks its members to book rooms within "the block", the contracted number of rooms, to avoid paying attrition charges. Attrition fees are compensation to the hotel for the rooms that might have been sold had they not been removed from the market by contract.