South Lake Union is crammed with buzzing bars, hip eateries, and lunchtime food trucks.
303 South Jackson Street, Seattle, WA 98104
The King St. Station is served by both Amtrak and the Sounder Commuter Rail and is only 2.5 miles away from the hotel. Its 242 foot clock tower, modelled after the bell tower of Venice, Italy's St. Mark's Basilica, the Campanile di San Marco, was, at the time of its construction, the tallest building in Seattle. It's entry hall, the Compass Room, features a hand-cut marble tile floor depicting the compass rose, and the clock tower features a clock facing each of the cardinal directions.
1250 1st Ave S, Seattle, WA 98134
T-Mobile Park has gained a reputation as a terrific setting and a great place for baseball fans. Great view of Seattle's downtown skyline, breathtaking sunsets over Puget Sound, combined with excellent views of game action from all angles give fans at T-Mobile Park an experience in Major League Baseball.
1483 Alaskan Way,, Pier 59,, Seattle, WA 98101
Down at the Seattle Aquarium on the waterfront’s Pier 59, learn all about salmon, meet a few adorable sea otters, and greet the various sea creatures of the Pacific Ocean, from puffers to giant clams. Watch scuba divers feed the fish, gawk at sharks swimming overhead in the underwater dome, and even touch a sea anemone. The aquarium is walkable from the hotel via the Olympic Sculpture Park taking in the breathtaking views of Elliott Bay and the Olympic Peninsula.
325 5th Avenue North, Seattle, WA 98109
It's a very short walk to the MoPOP! Music, science fiction, and pop culture all come together at the fascinating Museum of Pop Culture. The Frank Gehry-designed building looks like a smashed guitar from above, while inside, its colorful exhibits cover everything from the history of indie video games and horror films to Nirvana, the Seahawks, and more.
85 Pike Street, Seattle, WA 98101
From the iconic market sign and Rachel the Piggy Bank to the gum wall, the original Starbucks cafe, well over 225 local artisans selling their wares, the famous fish-tossing tradition, and music-playing street performers, there are enough sights and sounds at Pike Place Market to pack a day (or more). The market added its historic MarketFront expansion in 2017, featuring an open-air plaza and fantastic views of Elliott Bay. The market is only a 20 minute walk from the hotel.
305 Harrison Street, Seattle, WA 98109
Seattle Center’s legacy of providing residents and visitors access to world-class arts, education, and recreation opportunities in a central location began in 1962 with the Century 21 World’s Fair. Spanning an area of 74 acres and home to many attractions, performing arts venues and events. Its landmark feature is the iconic Space Needle along with MoPOP, Chihuly Garden and Glass, Climate Pledge Arena and the Pacific Science Center just to name a few. Check out www.seattlecenter.com for more.
9404 East Marginal Way South, Seattle, WA 98108
Located South of Seattle, the Museum of Flight is a great attraction, featuring more than 85 aircraft, including the Supersonic Concorde and the irst jet Air Force One.
800 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle, wa 98134-1200
Lumen Field is a multi-purpose stadium in Seattle, Washington, United States. Located in the city's SoDo neighborhood, it is the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League, Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer and Seattle Dragons of the Xtreme Football League. Lumen Field is accessible via the light rail from downtown Seattle.
The iconic tower is a symbol of the city of Seattle, and of the Pacific Northwest. Built for the World's Fair of 1962, the needle is six hundred and five feet tall, and weighs nearly 10 tons. When it was constructed, it was the tallest building west of the Mississipi River. Built to withstand winds of up to roughly 200 miles per hour, and up to a level 9.1 magnitude earthquake. The tower also has 25 lightning rods on its roof to prevent lightning damage.