Pike Place Market, Pioneer Square, Tuesday Lunch at the Dock, Occidental Square Park, Tractor Tavern, Seamonster Lounge, Queen Anne Hill, Space Needle, The Art Museum, 5th Avenue Theatre, The Music Project …
There’s so much to see and do in Seattle.
When staying in downtown Seattle, look no further than the incomparable Hotel 1000 ( www.hotel1000seattle.com). There is a reason that this hotel consistently ranks as Trip Advisor’s No. 1 place to stay in Seattle. Unrivaled guest relations, combined with comfort and European-styling will leave you wondering why you even considered lodging anywhere else. Each room is outfitted with a human body temperature monitoring system, allowing maids or other attendants to know if you are in the room and wish not to be disturbed.
Hotel 1000 is within walking distance to the waterfront, outstanding parks and shopping. An early-morning walk will bring you to the famous Pike Place Market, where you can delight in a breakfast of Seattle’s finest java – and healthy, mouth-watering fruits and berries.
From there, drop into the neighboring Space Needle, take a ride up one of America’s most iconic elevators and see a mind-expanding, 360-degree view of Seattle.
Whether you’d like a romantic break or are just looking for the perfect way to spend the afternoon – regardless of the weather – sit back, take in the invigorating sea air and enjoy all the sites that surround you on this pleasant Intracoastal Waterway cruise ( http://bit.ly/1d3kKxj).
Be sure to drop in at an Alki Beach favorite, El Chupacabra, where you can sip margaritas with the colorful locals.