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About Alamo Rent A Car, Seattle

Alamo Rent a Car is a car rental agency in the United States. Based in Clayton, Missouri, it has branches across North America, South America, Africa, Europe, and Oceania. In 1996, Alamo was acquired by Republic Industries (later renamed AutoNation). AutoNation spun off its car rental properties as ANC Rental in 2000. ANC filed for bankruptcy a year later; its properties were sold to Vanguard Automotive Group (controlled by Cerberus Capital Management) in 2003. In 2007, Vanguard was acquired by Enterprise Holdings, operator of the largest rental car company in North America, Enterprise Rent-A-Car.

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Address: 1601 3rd Ave, Seattle, WA 98101, USA

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Tillicum Village Cultural Experience
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Myth and magic come to life at Tillicum Village, located 8 miles from Seattle's waterfront on Blake Island State Park. Here, you have the opportunity to learn about the Native American culture and watch a 25-minute show featuring traditional song and dance. A delicious Chinook Salmon buffet is included on this enriching and enthralling excursion for the entire family.

Boeing Factory Tour from Seattle
View Deal Boeing Factory Tour from Seattle 278 Reviews | Duration: 4 hours From USD 88.09/person

If you're amazed by flying and airplanes, this is an essential experience! Tour the factory where they build and test the famous Boeing aircraft, the world's number one aerospace company. During this 4-hour small-group tour, spend 1.5-hours inside the impressive Boeing factory on a tour that showcases the magnificent 747, 767, 777 aircraft used worldwide and the Dreamliner which is currently in production, all housed here in the world's largest building!

Small-Group Full-Day Tour of Mount St Helens Volcano from Seattle
View Deal Small-Group Full-Day Tour of Mount St Helens Volca... 39 Reviews | Duration: 12 hours From USD 194.03/person

Mount St Helens Volcano is a must-see attraction, and this small-group tour from Seattle is the ideal way to visit the national monument. A professional naturalist guide will take you to Mount St Helens National Volcanic Monument in a luxury Mercedes van. Visit the observatory, go on an educational trail walk, and learn about the Volcano's infamous 1980 eruption. During the tour, enjoy a gourmet picnic lunch accompanied with local Washington wines, in addition to light snacks and beverages throughout the day.

Seattle Locks Cruise
View Deal Seattle Locks Cruise 189 Reviews | Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes From USD 49.32/person

Enjoy beautiful views of Seattle from the water on this relaxing cruise along the Ballard Locks, connecting Puget Sound, Lake Union and Lake Washington. Watch a parade of sailboats, tugboats and yachts passing through the complex Seattle locks system, and snap photos of the stunning city skyline and surrounding mountains. You'll also pass the floating houseboat community famously featured in the film 'Sleepless in Seattle.'

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  • Worst Rental Car company I ever seen. I rent a car for a week for my vacation. As I drove the car for a day, the car was shake too much and it gave me a car sick( I normally don't do car sick). I called 8am to Alamo for car exchange to location near by where Im staying and they told me and confirm the exchange. As soon as I arrive to Alamo, they said it's over booked so they don't any car for exchange. I spent more than an hour for nothing and as I called customer service, now they are saying something different. As I explained that I can't go to same place I pick up the car, they asked me to call roadservice for car exchange which will mess up whole my vacation schedule while waiting them to come. And supervisor of Alamo said exchange car from other location isn't alternate option. They need to train their customer service before they treat customer.

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  • We reserved a mid-size SUV from the downtown Seattle office for June 11th for a 9-day trip from Seattle to Los Angeles. When we arrived, our car was not ready. After a lengthy delay preparing our car, we finally were able to start our trip. Immediately after leaving the garage, the low tire pressure light went on and we returned to the office. Our car was quickly replaced by a brand new vehicle. We were extremely impressed with Judy who was very responsive to our needs and made the necessary adjustments to our billing to compensate for the problems and inconvenience we experienced. Shortly after leaving the garage with the new car, I checked the tire pressure and discovered all tires were inflated to 45 psi; 33 psi is the recommended tire pressure. I reduced tire pressure in all tires to the recommended pressure and the rest of the trip went well. The only issue we experienced in the new car was the rear window washer did not work. When I returned the car in Los Angeles, our billing had to be corrected as the system did not reflect the adjustments made by Judy in Seattle. The bill was adjusted when I showed the invoice given to me by Judy. I was given a $25 discount coupon for a future rental, but the coupon expires July 14th so it will not be of any value. Overall, I'm happy with Alamo and would rent again from them.

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  • Shuttle service to rental location right outside the cruise terminal doors. We were greated by staff then bags were loaded and we were quickly taken to get our rental car. Car was clean and was ready to go after contract was put together.

  • Fantastic experience. From the initial counter to the drop-off. People were the best customer service that I've run across in many years. The location hard to locate to drop your car off but the people are fantastic!

  • On Friday July 28 while working in Los Angeles, I received a frantic call that my sister in law suffered a massive stroke and was taken to St. Joseph’s Hospital in Tacoma Washington. I was scheduled to fly home to Arizona the afternoon so quickly changed my reservations to catch the next flight out to SeaTac airport. After finally arriving at SeaTac at 11:00 PM, I arrived at the rental car lot only to find the Enterprise counter closed with a sign stating I could get my care from “Alliance”. I searched unsuccessfully for Alliance and finally made my way to the Enterprise car lot where I was told that I could pick up my car at Alamo. Here I am, an older woman out alone past midnight frantic with worry and fear trying to get my rental car. I went to Alamo where a young man named Josh was sitting in the booth. He wasn’t doing any computer work not was he on the phone. He was just sitting. He did not acknowledge me at all. I asked him for help and he said he was already helping someone. I looked around and the only other people I saw were a couple taking picture of themselves in front of a convertible sports car. I again asked Josh if he could help me and explained that I was trying to get to the hospital and was in a hurry. He again said he was busy helping someone else. I asked if he could please hurry. He stated “I’m going as fast as I can.” He slowly ambled out of the booth and approached the couple. He helped them put their luggage in the trunk of their car and they left. By this time 4 other people were in line behind me. Josh proceeded to help each of them, leaving me standing at the booth. When he finally returned to the booth and sat down I again asked him to help me. He said “I’m sitting over her.” I had no idea why it mattered where he was sitting, I just needed to get the car. I again asked him to help me now being totally frustrated and he refused. He said “No, I’m not going to help you.” I asked him to get someone who could help me and he again refused. I asked for the manager and he refused that as well. I didn’t know what to do. I was alone and frantic and there was no one else to help. I was trying to look for a number to call when woman came over and asked if she could help me. Josh went to the woman and told her “No, you won’t help her.” She tried again and again Josh told her to stop and leave, that she would not be helping me. He then called his manager Emily Van Hollebeke, who came over. I told Emily that I was trying to get to the hospital and was in a hurry. I needed to get my car and Josh was refusing to help me. She said Josh works for Alamo and is sitting in the chair to help Alamo customers. I rented a car from Enterprise and they were doing me a favor by helping me. I said if Alamo and Enterprise have an agreement that is between the two business’s not the customers. She then assisted me with the paperwork for the car but I still didn’t know what to do. I asked which car and she told me to go to a back row and just pick one. Thanks, Alamo for making a horrendous situation even more difficult!!! I will be sure to tell all of my friends and business associates about Josh and my experience with Alamo at SeaTac Airport.

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