Mercedes Benz Sprinter van rentals in Seattle and Tacoma, Washington; vans can be picked up at the Seattle Airport SeaTac SEA 24/7.
We allow out of state rentals as well as one way rental, so take that road trip down the West Coast, passing Portland, San Francisco and beyond. Pack your bags and bag tons of memories for everyone in your group! We rent 12 seater vans (with 2x5ft trunk space) and 15 seater Sprinters all year round.
Arrive & Drive.
No contact, attendant free, online reservation and e-rental process are standard. This will save your precious ton of time.
You can pick up your van at:
17338 International Blvd, Seattle, WA 98188
in the back of the Crown Plaza Hotel
Seattle, with close to 750,000 million inhabitants, is the largest city in the Northwest US.
It is famous for being the home of Starbucks, for the Boeing the Space Needle, the surrounding forests/mountains and as a gateway for awesome road trips to Vancouver.
Seattle is a very clean, ‘green’ city. especially in terms of the environment and the organic products it offers; trees and fountains are found around every corner on your way to Seattle's sights. In addition, all taxis here are hybrid vehicles. Our Sprinter vans with modern 2022 diesel engines are some of the cleanest vans ever, even comparing against lifetime emissions of electric vans. This green metropolis in the state of Washington has been voted the most livable place in the US several times. You can easily spend 2 to 3 fun-filled days here.
Driving your Sprinter rental van into Canada is allowed and you will not require any special permits, however drivers which have ever had a DUI may not visit or drive in Canada. Unfortunately we are not able to offer roadside assistance in Canada.
The North West and Seattle areas are full of places to discover on a self-drive van trip.
The waterfront, the lakes, Whidbey Island and further afield Idaho, Lake Pend Oreille and many more great places are easy to reach with our all inclusive unlimited miles van rentals.
Here is a list of sights in Seattle we found worth checking out.
The Seattle CityPASS gets you discounted admission to many attractions and sights in Seattle. If you plan to visit the Space Needle, the Seattle Aquarium or the Woodland Park Zoo, you can save money with the Seattle CityPASS.
The Space Needle probably graces the cover of every Seattle travel guide. The tower is Seattle's most recognizable structure and landmark, surviving from the 1962 Century 21 Exposition. The 605 feet high tower has not only viewing platforms, but also a cocktail lounge, a café and a restaurant (SkyCity) that slowly rotates on its own axis. All levels offer you a breathtaking view over the whole city. The area around the tower of the Space Needle in Seattle is also very beautiful. The gardens are great for a gentle stroll.
Pike Place Market is a very nice farmer's market where small merchants and artisans sell their goods. The market has existed since 1907 and was named main street that runs northwest from Pike Street to Virginia Street. Seattle's Pike Place Market spans multiple floors. While you can buy fresh fish on the top floor, the farmers market below sells all kinds of local food, and lots of homemade and organic products. Sprinter vans originated in Germany and so do the German butcher's shops, antique shops, small family restaurants and the world's first-ever Starbucks coffee shop.
Kerry Park is nothing spectacular.However, here you will find what is probably the most beautiful vantage point in the whole city. From the hill, many visitors gaze at the glow of the Seattle skyline with the Space Needle in the evening. Make sure to apply the emergency brake on your Sprinter van when parking on a hill. Always crank the wheel towards the curb while parking downhill, or against the curb when parking uphill or you may get a hefty ‘wheels not cranked’ ticket. Although there will be no problem finding a parking space for the short 144 Sprinter van, the park is always full early. So if you want to take a nice photo of the skyline at sunset or dusk, get there early and secure your spot. Kerry Park is our all time fave spot for a really good photo of Seattle - by the way, you may have never seen so many tripods in one place!
Address: 211 W Highland Dr, Seattle, WA 98119, United States Hours of Operation: Open 24 hours a day
The Seattle Central Library with its award winning architecture first opened in 2004. The building is impressive, a mix of steel and glass, eleven stories high. Even if you're not a bookworm, you should still check out this wonderful building!
Address: 1000 4th Ave, Seattle, WA 98104, United States Opening hours: Monday – Thursday: 10am – 6pm Friday – Saturday: 10a.m – 8pm Sunday: 12pm. – 6pm Admission: free
Thanks so much for checking in with us! We look forward to welcoming you soon and helping you with your van- requirements. Your sprinter-rentals.com Seattle team.
Outstanding, I had some concerns about renting the van and how it would work. Robert offered his personal cell and took great care of me. Great company and stand up customer service.Ross B.
Excellent rental experience. Our van was delivered to the airport and waiting for us when we landed with no delays. We even had refreshments in a refrigerator waiting for us! Would definitely use Sprinter Rentals again.Pro R.
So easy to book rental and excellent customer service. Had to cancel the trip due to Covid restrictions and they immediately refunded the money. I will definitely book with them once traveling restrictions will be eased.Jasbir S.