What to do in Seattle
As far as locations go, this is a pretty unique one. Situated in the gritty-glam area of Belltown, you’re close to the city’s business and pleasure highlights while staying in an actual neighborhood — you won’t be surrounded by throngs of tourists or blocks upon blocks that empty out after business hours. Belltown has a vibrant energy both day and night, brimming with startups, community workspaces, tattoo shops, cocktail bars, boutique retailers, vaunted music venues, and restaurants serving whatever cuisine you could be craving. Want to catch a show at The Crocodile, an icon of Seattle’s grunge scene? Or sit and watch the sun set over the Puget Sound with Mount Rainier in the background? How about sipping your coffee at the original Starbucks? Or watching the famous throwing of the fish at Pike Place Market? Or maybe you just need to be close to the convention center without staying in a hotel that screams “our beige carpets are boring.” This spot is the launching pad you’ve been looking for.
Maps + Directions
Not only can we help you get here, but we’ll help you get around — grab one of our complimentary PUBLIC bikes and get to exploring.
Pike Place Market
This isn’t one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers markets in the country for no reason.
At the epicenter of all things cultural and cool in Seattle, you’ll find the Kimpton Palladian Hotel.
Seattle Tech Scene
For all the innovators and creators, freaks and geeks, bookworms and gadget nerds — we totally get you.
Perfectly situated Downtown we’re right in the center of it all, from the waterfront to the stadiums and the space needle.