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Nearby Attractions in Seattle

In the prestigious hotel district of Downtown Seattle at the corner of 4th Ave and Spring Street, the historic, Westcoast style boutique Executive Hotel Pacific is centrally located close to the key cultural, retail, and business centers. Theatres, museums, art galleries, stadiums, restaurants, and shopping are all within easy walking distance. The Executive Hotel Pacific is close to Pike Place Market, Benaroya Hall, the Seattle Art Museum, the Downtown Seattle Waterfront, Pioneer Square, Tillicum Village, Safeco Field, the Seattle Convention Center and next to the architecturally renowned Seattle Public Library. The monorail to the Space needle is a few short blocks away. Our Concierge is an expert on what's happening in the city and will happily provide a list of favorite things to do, restaurants and entertainment venues.

 

Space Needle (1.4 miles | 8-minute drive)

The Space Needle observation town located in Seattle’s City Center is a landmark of the Pacific Northwest and an icon of Seattle. Take in the views from its spectacular observation deck or SkyCity restaurant.

 

Pike Place Market (6 blocks | 13-minute walk)

Public market overlooking the Elliott Bay waterfront. The Market opened August 17, 1907, and is one of the oldest continuously operated public farmers’ markets in the United States. With more than 10 million visitors annually, Pike Place Market is Seattle’s most popular tourist destination and is the 33rd most visited tourist attraction in the world.

 

Fish Market (6 blocks | 13-minute walk)

Founded in 1930, is an open air fish market located in Seattle, Washington’s Pike Place Market, at the corner of Pike Street and Pike Place. It is known for their tradition of fishmongers throwing fish that customers have purchased, before they are wrapped.

 

CenturyLink Field (2 miles | 8-minute drive)

A multi-purpose stadium in Seattle, Washington. It serves as the home field for the Seattle Seahawks of the National Football League (NFL) and Seattle Sounders FC of Major League Soccer (MLS). Originally called Seahawks Stadium it became Qwest Field on June 23, 2004, when telecommunications carrier Qwest acquired the naming rights. It received its current name in June 2011 after the acquisition of Qwest by CenturyLink. The complex also includes the Event Center with the WaMu Theater, a parking garage, and a public plaza. The venue hosts concerts, trade shows, and consumer shows along with sporting events.

 

Safeco Field (2 miles | 8-minute drive)

A retractable roof baseball stadium located in Seattle. Owned and operated by the Washington State Major League Baseball Stadium Public Facilities District, it is the home stadium of the Seattle Mariners of Major League Baseball (MLB) and has a seating capacity of 47,943 for baseball. It is located in Seattle’s SoDo neighborhood. Aside from the Mariners, Safeco Field is also used for amateur baseball events including the Washington Interscholastic Activities Association high school state championships and one Washington Huskies game per season.

 

Sky View Observatory (2 blocks | 5-minute walk)

The Sky View Observatory is located on the 73rd floor of Columbia Center. At nearly 1,000 feet it offers the tallest public viewing area west of the Mississippi. The 360-degree panoramic view includes Mt. Rainier, Bellevue, the Cascade Mountains, Mt. Baker, Elliott Bay, the Olympic Mountains, the Space Needle and the city of Seattle.

 

Light Rail (Airport & Sports Complexes) 2 blocks | 5-minute walk

 

Mono Rail (Direct to Seattle Center) 4 blocks | 7-minute walk

 

Seattle Waterfront (4 blocks | 7-minute walk)

 

Shopping District (4 blocks | 7-minute walk)