The to-do about what to do in downtown Seattle
Our central location in downtown Seattle gives you easy access to the greatest hits of any Seattle visit, including the restaurants, gourmet food purveyors and boutiques of Pike Place Market, Pacific Place, and artsy and historic Pioneer Square. But that’s just the tip of the Space Needle (which, yes, is close, too) — you’ll also be able to explore the color and texture of the city at nearby locations like MoPop Museum and Chihuly Garden and Glass, both at Seattle Center. If you’re a fan of the arts, dance a few blocks to cultural treasure troves like the Seattle Art Museum (SAM), Benaroya Hall, and the 5th Avenue Theatre. And if you’re the sporty type, Safeco Field and CenturyLink Field are just a pop fly away. Seattle is also a gateway to an amazing array of regional activities and tours, including nearby Woodinville wine country and cruises to Alaska. Consider Kimpton Hotel Vintage Seattle your passport to Seattle’s defining attractions.
Cruise Terminal at Pier 91
Located just 3 miles from Pier 91 makes hopping on that cruise to Alaska a breeze.
Parks, restaurants and of course the Seattle Great Wheel
Pike Place Market
The ideal starting point on any trip to Seattle, our hustling and bustling Pike Place Market.
Stadiums + Arenas
Baseball, football, Seattle has it all at just minutes away.
WA Wine Country
With 700 wineries across the state, there’s something for everyone.