Discover adventure in Seattle. From the iconic Space Needle and Pike Place Market to Mount Rainier and Snoqualmie Falls, these unique attractions will make your trip unforgettable.
Downtown Seattle's iconic skyline and attractions are sure to delight. Visit Pike Place Market, the "soul of Seattle", and the oldest continuously operating farmers market in the country.
This stadium is the home of the Seattle Mariners featuring a retractable roof and sweeping views of the downtown skyline.
Lumen Field is home to a number of professional teams from many different sports. The field has earned a reputation of being one of the loudest stadiums and has broken a few records. With a seating capacity of over 68,740, this stadium is sure to thrill.
The Westfield Southcenter Mall spans over 1.7 million square feet and features a number of immersive shopping experiences. Boasting a grand food court and a variety of restaurants, visitors can dine and shop to their hearts content.
The Washington State Convention Center in Seattle is an architectural wonder and home to many events. Over 414,722 square feet of meeting space make it a hub for conferences, expos and cultural events.
The Tacoma Dome is an iconic venue hosting concerts and events with a seating capacity of 23,000. The central location of the dome makes it a stunning option in the beautiful cultural landscape of the Pacific Northwest.
The Weyerhauser King County Aquatic Center located in Federal Way, Washington features Olympic-sized pools and is a critical venue for competitive swiming, water polo and diving. An important venue for the training of elite athletes, the cutting edge technology at this facility allows to control training conditions.
The White River Ampitheatre is a captivating outdoor concert venue near Seattle. Hosting a range of diving events all against the backdrop of the scenic White River Valley.
The Paramount Theatre is an artchitectural delight and is adorned with opulent interiors. Host to a number of live events, this venue continues to contribute to the community. Stunning interiors elicit awe from all who visit it.
Celebrate artistry, skill, and innovation at the Museum of Glass in Seattle. Stop by to enjoy live glassblowing demonstrations and stunning galleries of glass art.
The Wild Waves Enchanted Village Park is a waterpark and amusement park all in one. Enjoy family-friendly fun on the lazy river or wave pools or enjoy the exhilirating roller coasters.
Located in Tukwila, south of Seattle, this contemporary bowling alley is a great way to pass the time. In addition to bowling, enjoy an arcade full of games and a sports bar and grill with delicious food and refreshing drinks.
The Family Fun Center in Tukwila is a classic entertainment park full of exciting games like mini-golf, go karts, and batting cages. Indoors, you will find a wide asortment of arcade games and a snack bar.
Formerly known as KeyArena this venue is a state-of-the-art facility that serves as a cultural epicenter of the city. The design following an expansive renovation is sure to inspire and features environmentally responsible energy sources.
The Highline SeaTac Botanical garden is a horticultural haven and a sanctuary for nature enthusiasts. The 10 acre garden features natural flora and ornamental trees native to the area.
An iconic symbol in Seattle the Space Needle is over 605 feet tall and offers breathtaking views of the skyline. Built for the 1962 World's Fair, it is a piece of Seattle's history.
9404 East Marginal Way S., Seattle, WA 98108
The Museum of Flight is one of the largest air and space museums in the world that has worked hard to preserve and showcase the history of aviation and space exploration. This museum is a must-see destination for aviation enthusiasts, history buffs, and anyone with an interest in the fascinating world of flight and space exploration. Its vast collection, engaging exhibits, and dedication to education make it a valuable cultural institution in Seattle.
With so much to explore, the city's vibrant energy and unique charm effortlessly capture your attention. Take a stroll down the historic Pike Place Market, where the scents of fresh seafood and artisanal goods fill the air. Wander through the contemporary art galleries and museums and admire the intricate architecture that surrounds you. And, of course, no visit to Seattle is complete without a trip to the iconic Space Needle, offering breathtaking views of the city skyline.
14800 Starfire Way, Tukwila, WA 98188
Starfire Sports is a state-of-the-art facility that offers a range of sports activities, from soccer to rugby to ultimate frisbee. Boasting 12 outdoor fields, two indoor fields, and numerous amenities, it's a hub for sports enthusiasts of all ages. Whether you're a professional athlete or just looking for some fun outdoor activities during your trip, Starfire Sports has something for everyone. Don't forget to swing by on your next visit to Crowne Plaza Seattle Airport!
39000 State Route 706 E, Ashford, WA 98304
As one of the most iconic peaks in the Pacific Northwest, Mt. Rainier offers breathtaking views and a thrilling adventure. You will be immersed in the picturesque natural beauty of glaciers, waterfalls, and forests. Take a scenic drive around the base of the mountain or hike through the trails to discover the area's diverse wildlife and vibrant flora. It's an experience you won't want to miss during your trip to Seattle.
6501 Railroad Ave SE, Snoqualmie, Washington 98024
Take a trip to Snoqualmie Falls and witness one of nature's most breathtaking spectacles. As you approach the falls, you'll hear the powerful roar of water cascading over 270 feet down into a misty chasm below. Get up close and feel the mist on your face as you watch the water dancing in all its glory. If you're feeling adventurous, take a hike through the trailhead to witness the surrounding greenery and the stunning views it has to offer.
Venture into the great outdoors! Visit the Des Moines Beach Park to take a long walk along the beautiful shoreline of Puget Sound or explore further afield by booking a tour to Mount Rainier or Snoqualmie Falls. Relax with a stroll around the scenic 11-acre site of the Highline SeaTac Botanical Garden, then let your imagination roam the wild blue yonder with a visit to the Museum of Flight.
If you're a Mariners fan, catch a baseball game at T-Mobile Park. Make great memories watching the Seahawks play at Lumen Field or cheer for the Seattle Kraken at Climate Pledge Arena. Interested in live entertainment? These state-of-the-art venues host some of the biggest concerts around. Music lovers interested in live local music scene can easily catch the Seattle Link Light Rail to downtown.
Our hotel is near several popular venues, such as Lumen Field, T-Mobile Park, Washington State Convention Center, Bell Harbor International Conference Center, One Convention Place, Climate Pledge Arena, and the Conference Center at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. Whether you're enjoying a concert, sporting event, or attending a meeting, you'll find our hotel is conveniently located.
When you're looking for things to do near the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, just hop aboard the light rail, one block away from Crowne Plaza® Seattle Airport. Soon you'll find yourself in downtown Seattle, strolling through Pike Place Market and discovering local artists, admiring the Space Needle soaring over the city skyline, or taking in the wonders of Chihuly Garden and Glass.
If you only have a short time to explore things to do near Crowne Plaza® Seattle Airport, then take the Seattle Southside shuttle to the Westfield Southcenter Mall to enjoy a cross-section of local businesses, like the world-famous Nordstrom. Dine at delicious restaurants and get a feel for the relaxed vibe and creative atmosphere that makes the Pacific Northwest famous.