Visit Local Attractions in Downtown Seattle
Location just doesn't count in real estate - it means everything for your travels too. You want to be in the heart, the pulse point of great urban centers like the Emerald City of Seattle. That's what makes our hotel such a gem. It's everything you want for your Seattle trip: smart, stylish and centrally located. Case in point: If you're here for a buttoned-up business trip, you're a block away from the Central Business District and a short walk from other key locations like the Washington State Convention Center and the private Columbia Tower Club where you have the option to host events as a Hotel Vintage guest.
It gets even better. Our central location in downtown Seattle makes it easy to mix work and play like a perfect craft cocktail. That means you'll have easy access to the greatest hits of any Seattle visit, including the restaurants, gourmet food purveyors and boutiques of Pacific Place, Pike Place Market and artsy and historic Pioneer Square. But that's just the tip of the Space Needle - you'll also be able to explore the color and texture of Seattle at nearby locations like the Seattle Center's concert venues, public spaces and museums, including the EMP and Science Fiction Museum. And yes, the iconic Space Needle is also nearby, making it easy for you to get the ultimate bird's eye view of the city. If you're an art lover, 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 Century Link 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. All told, the Hotel Vintage is your passport to multiple Seattle experiences and attractions.
Our concierge is happy to help you make Seattle your own. Just contact us directly at: email@example.com or call 206.624.8000.
Stage your trip in dramatic fashion
Here is our suggested list of "must see" places to sketch out Seattle's art & theater scene.