Seattle day use hotels offer a great jumping off point to an awe-inspiring vacation in the Pacific Northwest.
Compelling Things To Do While Staying in a Seattle Day Use Room
Tourist Friendly - Between riding the “Ducks” (an amphibious vehicle that goes through the city and lakes), ascending the iconic Space Needle and exploring the Pike Place Market — Seattle boasts plenty of attractions for quick and authentic experiences.
Endless History - Aptly named “Seattle’s original skyscraper,” enjoy the view from the historic Smith Tower. While in Pioneer Square, tour Seattle’s buried city via the Underground Tour as you watch shadows cross the original glass pavement skylights and learn how Seattle was rebuilt 22 feet higher after the Great Seattle Fire.
The Great PNW - The Pacific Northwest is home to many natural wonders, including the Hoh Rainforest in the Olympic Peninsula. Bonus: it’s just a ferry ride away from Seattle! Stay in the city to explore Greenlake and Discovery Park to give yourself a respite from the bustling urban center.
Coffee Culture - Seattleites love their coffee. Many cafes offer locally roasted coffee with rich and complex flavors. Try a freshly brewed pour over, caffe breve or a deconstructed latte. Local favorites include: Victrola, Slate and Milstead & Co. For Starbucks fiends, Pike’s Place Market holds the original 1971 location.
Seven Seattle Facts We Love:
Cars, busses, and ferries? The Washington State Ferry System is the largest in the entire US.
The combination of troll sightings and increased drug activity under the Aurora Bridge spawned an art competition resulting in an 18-foot concrete troll sculpture, complete with a shiny eye and a crushed VW beetle in its hand.
Built for the 1962 World’s Fair, the celebrated Space Needle was modeled after a flying saucer.
Seattle ranks number one in having the most breweries in the U.S.
People purchase the most sunglasses per capita in Seattle than any other city.
In 1926, Bertha Knight became the first female Mayor of any major American city.
According to the US Census Bureau, Seattle has more cats than human children.