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Pan Pacific Seattle provides hourly rooms for those after a place in the downtown district. It’s conveniently close to major attractions such as the Space Needle, has great restaurants near to the day rooms, as well as an array of science and art museums to peruse.
Culinary Delights – There’s on-site dining but if you’re out and about you can always try some good old-fashioned pub grub at Kells Irish Restaurant & Bar, with live Celtic music to go alongside the shepherd’s pie. Chowders traditional and specialty are served up at Pike Place Chowder, but if you’re after a vegetarian option head to Veggie Grill for sandwiches, salads, and faux meats. Sleek style and Japanese cuisine are provided at Umi Sake House, with inventive sushi rolls and izakaya-style snacks on the menu.
Space Needle – The iconic Seattle Space Needle is a short way to the west of the hotel. Located at the Seattle Center, this 605 foot tall spire has an observation deck for a unique view of the cityscape, and a revolving restaurant so you can feast your eyes and stomach at the same time.
Magnificent Museums – To the north is the Museum of History & Industry (often known as MOHAI). The diverse collection of artifacts exhibited explore the history of Seattle in a building that commands fantastic lakeside views. Head south instead and you’ll find Klondike Gold Rush National Historical Park, a museum commemorating the city’s role in the 1890s gold rush phenomenon.
- Pacific Science Center – The scientifically inclined may want to visit the Pacific Science Center, which displays science exhibits on a rotating basis. In addition, the site has IMAX movie theaters, puts on laser light shows, and is home to a tropical butterfly house.
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