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InterContinental Bellevue at the Avenue


Inspire Your Wanderlust

Discover the dynamic urban excitement and natural beauty of two prominent Pacific Northwest cultural hubs in close proximity. Across from Lake Washington, the historic port city downtown Seattle sits just 20 minutes East of our more cosmopolitan scene in Downtown Bellevue, which also serves as a corridor to the iconic Cascade Mountain Range. 


Avenue Bellevue

Avenue Bellevue

Bellevue Way & NE 8th St, Bellevue, WA 98004

Walk over to shop at Avenue Bellevue, a premier destination offering a carefully curated collection of retailers, brands, and labels. Step into the expansive 100,000-square-foot retail space on the street and podium level, where you'll find a captivating blend of experiential, experimental, and collaborative collections.

Bellevue Botanical Gardens

Bellevue Botanical Garden

12001 Main St, Bellevue, WA 98005

Discover the enchanting Bellevue Botanical Garden, a 53-acre oasis nestled within Wilburton Hill Park. Explore diverse themed gardens, including the serene Yao Japanese Garden and vibrant Perennial Border. Experience the beauty of the Waterwise Garden and the stunning Fuchsia and Dahlia Gardens. The Native Discovery Garden showcases indigenous flora, while walking trails wind through woodlands, wetlands, and meadows. Escape the city's hustle and bustle in this breathtaking destination. 

Man and woman walking in outdoor shopping space

Bellevue Square

Discover the captivating retail haven of Bellevue Square, just a three-minute walk from our hotel. Enjoy upscale shops, elegant boutiques, and high-end department stores. Satisfy your culinary cravings with a diverse selection of restaurants and eateries. Stroll beneath beautiful atriums, admire contemporary architecture, and relax in charming alcoves. Experience the artistic elements, exciting events, and vibrant atmosphere that make Bellevue Square unique. 

Downtown Bellevue Park

Bellevue Downtown Park

10201 NE 4th St, Bellevue, MA 98004

Discover this 20-acre urban oasis that offers natural beauty, recreational activities, and community events. The centerpiece of Bellevue Downtown Park is a stunning waterfall that cascades into a reflection pond, creating a tranquil ambiance. Surrounding the pond are picnic areas, benches, and a canal with pedestrian bridges. The park also features a playground, a half-mile promenade, tennis courts, a jogging track, and an expansive lawn for outdoor events, from concerts and cultural celebrations to food festivals and movie nights. 

Aerial view of reefs in Dominica

Meydenbauer Bay Park

419 98th Ave NE, Bellevue, WA 98004

Nestled along the scenic shores of Lake Washington, Meydenbauer Bay Park is a picturesque oasis with stunning views and endless recreational activities. Relax on the sandy beach, explore the expansive lawn, or stroll along the scenic trails. Enjoy sunbathing, picnicking, and water activities like kayaking and paddleboarding. With picnic tables and benches, this pet-friendly park is the perfect place for outdoor relaxation and fun. 

Downtown Seattle

Seattle Skyline

Seattle Center

305 Harrison St, Seattle, WA 98109

Downtown Seattle is a vibrant urban destination, from its waterfront on the Puget Sound to its iconic skyline and history. Discover exciting attractions like the Space Needle, Pike Place Market, and the historic Pioneer Square district. Stroll the bustling streets to stores, boutiques, restaurants, and music venues. Enjoy the arts and culture scene with theaters, galleries, and museums. Downtown Seattle offers a blend of urban energy and scenic splendor for adventurers in Washington State. 

Washington Park Arboretum

Washington Park Arboretum

2300 Arboretum Dr E, Seattle, WA 98115

Visit the 200-acre sanctuary featuring diverse plant species obtained through global seed exchanges. Experience its natural beauty, from the peaceful Japanese Garden to the scenic waterfront trail and Duck Pond.

Fruits and vegetables at Pike Place Market

Pike Place Market

85 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101

A historic landmark and lively public market located in the heart of downtown Seattle. Established in 1907, it offers a diverse shopping experience, featuring local vendors, farmers' stands, crafts, specialty food shops, and street performers, all while overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront.

Woman standing and presenting to a table of business executive

Seattle Convention Center | Arch

705 Pike St, Seattle, WA 98101, USA 

This premier event venue offers state-of-the-art facilities and versatile spaces for conferences, conventions, trade shows, and more. With its prime location, just steps away from Avenue Bellevue's vibrant shopping, dining, and entertainment district, you can easily explore the best of the city before or after your event. Discover the perfect balance of business and leisure at the Seattle Convention Center | Arch. 

Explore the Surrounding Areas

Couple at a winery

Woodinville Wine Country

3590 NE Village Sq Dr Ste 1030 Woodinville, WA 98072 

Woodinville, the heart of Washington wine, unites over 130 wineries, fostering collaboration and camaraderie among esteemed producers and emerging talents. With its impressive collection of 90+ rated vintages, Woodinville invites visitors from around the world to indulge in a genuine wine experience, where they can discover their next beloved wines. 

Snoqualimie Falls

Snoqualimie Falls

Linger a while at one of Washington State’s most breathtaking sites, Snoqualimie Falls, central to the creation myth of the native Snoqualimie people. Its waters plummet 268 feet over a dramatic rocky precipice. You can admire the cascade from observation decks and walk the two-acre park. 

Mount Rainier

Mount Rainier

Hike amid the natural splendor of Mount Rainier National Park, home to Washington’s highest peak at 14,410 feet. Wildflower meadows, ancient forests, and Rainier’s inspiring snow- and glacier-covered slopes are the perfect setting for getting in a good walk and for quiet reflection.

Kirkland Waterfront

Kirkland Waterfront

World-class art galleries, stunning outdoor sculptures, a performing arts center, and beautifully manicured green spaces line the lovely Kirkland Waterfront on Lake Washington. Spend an afternoon strolling footpaths, browsing local artwork, and stopping for a cocktail at one of the many restaurants.

Arts & Culture


Pacific Northwest Ballet

301 Mercer Street, Seattle WA 98109

Grace and beauty take center stage at the Pacific Northwest Ballet, one of the largest and most prestigious ballet troupes in the United States. The company produces more than 100 performances each year. George Balanchine and Twyla Tharp are among the artists who have influenced the company. 

Seattle Art Museum

Seattle Art Museum

1300 1st Ave, Seattle, WA 98101

A prestigious art institution located in downtown Seattle, housing an extensive collection that encompasses over 25,000 works of art from around the world. From ancient Egyptian artifacts to modern and contemporary masterpieces, SAM offers a captivating journey through diverse artistic expressions, with a focus on both local and global perspectives. 

850 103rd Avenue NE Bellevue Washington 98004 United States

Phone: +1 425 6156565