Visitor’s Guide to Seattle

Visitor's Guide to Seattle

Seattle is one of the most beloved cities of the Pacific Northwest.  It is situated between the waters of the Puget Sound and Lake Washington and is also surrounded by the Olympic Mountains to the west and the Cascade Range to the east.

Seattle has a hip local culture.  It is the home of Starbucks,, Nordstrom, and many technology start ups.  Pike Place Market, which has been around since 1907, is located in the heart of the city and has dozens of great restaurants ranging from take-out to four-star.

The hotels in Seattle offer a wide range of experiences from cool to comfortable. The most luxurious hotel in Seattle is the Fairmont Olympic Hotel.  It is the only Five Diamond Hotel in the Norwest and is the region’s main destination for social events. It has 450 rooms, a spa and health club, and an indoor swimming pool for cold, rainy days.

The Mayflower Park Hotel is located in the heart of Seattle and has 171 guest rooms.  The hotel attracts a diverse clientele year round, and it is a preferred destination for many Seattle visitors.

The longest running boutique hotel is the Sorrento Hotel. It has been heralded as one of the top 25 hotels in the United States and is popular among business travellers. It is located on the top of First Hill near the Washington State Convention Center and has 76 outstanding rooms that include Egyptian cotton linens and Italian marble bathrooms.

You can undoubtedly enjoy the royal treatment in Seattle’s many deluxe and luxury hotels. Because of the city’s unique culture and diverse districts, you have many choices when choosing accommodations near restaurants, shopping, and entertainment.

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