With a hip nightlife scene, delectable restaurants and an expansive arts and music community, you're in for the experience of a lifetime. Explore the natural wonders of Seattle at Lake Union and Mount Rainer National Park while staying at one of six area hotels.
Seattle is one of the Pacific Northwest's most popular tourist destinations. The Seattle area is best known for its musical contributions and coffee, however, many people are beginning to realize that it has so much more to offer. Where else can you see a Space Needle and a flying salmon?
Pike Place Public Market
The Space Needle is one of the most popular Seattle attractions. The Space Needle was built in 1962 and is located in Seattle Center which is home to numerous ballets, operas, and museums. Elevators will whisk you to the top of the Space Needle so you are able to view beautiful Mt. Rainier, the Cascade Mountains, and the Olympic Mountains. The Space Needle is also located near several Seattle downtown hotels.
One of the more unique Seattle attractions is the Pike Place Market which is the oldest and continually operating farmers market in America. There are hundreds of shops and restaurants to visit. One of Pike Place Market's most famous tenants has to be the Pike Place Fish Market. The fish are frequently flung by the fishermen who wear galoshes and bright orange rubber pants. You might catch them tossing the catch of the day with accuracy as well as teasing both customers and each other. The fish sold here are some of the finest in the Seattle area.
Other notable Seattle attractions include: The Experience Music Project, which features interactive exhibits and unique rock n' roll artifacts, the Woodland Park Zoo, and Pioneer Square Historic District. You can also see a bit of Seattle's past with an Underground Tour to see how the city was built atop its own ruins. Our Seattle hotels are conveniently located near many of the top Seattle locations. to see how the city was built atop its own ruins. Our Seattle hotels are conveniently located near many of the top Seattle locations.
If you have a desire to venture outside of the city, there are numerous cruises, ferry rides, and daytrips to consider. Puget Sound and Lake Union are just several of the many options that Seattle's waterfront has to offer. If you want to take a drive, Mount Rainer National Park is a short trip away.
Begin your search here for more information on Seattle hotels, or visit the Best Western Hotels of Washington website. For more Seattle information and visitor guides visit the Seattle Convention and Visitor's Bureau at http://www.seeseattle.org/.