International Food Blogger Conference (IFBC)

Hotel Accommodations


***Attention Attendees: Our host hotel, the excellent Monaco in downtown Seattle, has extended its group rate cutoff date to this coming Monday, July 19th. To reserve your $139 room, please email Wally.Marquez@hotelmonaco.com – this is the only way to book your group rate room since the extended date has made the online reservation form inoperable. Note the hotel has a limited number of these rooms available.


Hotel Monaco
1101 4th Avenue
Seattle, WA 98101

Seattle’s beautiful boutique Hotel Monaco, conveniently located in the heart of downtown, will host the 2010 International Food Blogger Conference attendees.

All rates include:
· Complimentary high-speed wired and WiFi Internet access
· 32” LCD televisions
· DVD/CD player
· Fully stocked minibar
· Dual-line speakerphone
· Private voicemail
· L’Occitane bath amenities
· Coffeemaker and complimentary Starbucks coffee
· Animal-print terry robes
· Hair dryer
· Iron and ironing board
· Daily delivery of the New York Times (USA Today, Wall Street Journal, and Seattle Times also available)
· Complimentary Mind.Body.Spa in-room yoga/pilates program
· Pet-friendly accommodations

Google Map of Hotel Monaco Seattle

6 Comments

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  • 1 Allyson N. Jason // Jun 21, 2010 at 5:13 pm

    Are there any other hotels in the area, just in case there aren’t any spots left, at the conference rate, at Hotel Monaco?

    I entered the conference rate and looks like there are no more available rooms for the conference period.

    Any Choice Hotels nearby with available shuttle routes?

  • 2 swetherell // Jun 22, 2010 at 3:56 pm

    Hi Allyson! There are still rooms available at Hotel Monaco. They were previously experiencing a glitch in their reservation system, but the code should indeed work. Let us know if you encounter any further issues. Just email us at IFBC@foodista.com for help. Thanks!

  • 3 Bianca // Jun 28, 2010 at 10:55 pm

    Are there any hotels close to the event; just incase I am unable to get a room at the Monaco.

  • 4 swetherell // Jul 1, 2010 at 5:50 pm

    There are lots of hotels in the area, not so many immediately near Theo Chocolate. There are still rooms available at the Monaco and our conference rate is much cheaper than anything you’ll find downtown.

  • 5 Chez Us // Jul 22, 2010 at 7:13 pm

    We stayed a great little hotel in Bell Town last week – the El Gaucho Inn. Reasonable. Great location (lots of food & coffee around it). Boutique hotel. The rooms were really great – brand new, clean and free WiFi

  • 6 baked papaya from Charles Thompson of 100Miles.com // Feb 2, 2011 at 11:59 am

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