Situated off the shores of Lake Washington, Bellevue is a vibrant, cosmopolitan destination that perfectly juxtaposes modern urban experiences with natural beauty. While offering enriching experiences every day, weekends are the optimal time to explore all that the region has to offer. Guests of The Westin Bellevue enjoy complimentary self-parking Friday through Sunday, allowing you to easily explore Woodinville Wine Country, Bellevue Botanical Garden, The Golf Club at Newcastle, or numerous nearby hiking trails. Those who prefer to stay close enjoy unparalleled access to world-class shopping, dining and entertainment at The Bellevue Collection -- a skybridge offers easy connectivity between the hotel and Bellevue Square. Or, find inspiration at the Bellevue Arts Museum, which evolved from an outdoor art fair to a leading art and culture institution.

On-Site Outlets
Truce Spa

Truce Spa - Open for Services by Appointment Only

Rejuvenate at Truce, our full-service Bellevue, WA, spa with body scrubs and wraps, manicures and pedicures, couple's massages, men's services and hair treatments. Be at peace in body and mind with traditional beauty techniques and fragrant aromas.

Temporary Closures
The Westin Bellevue has made the decision to temporarily close its fitness center, pool and Cypress Lounge & Wine Bar due to State mandates around COVID 19. We regret any inconvenience and look forward to re-opening as soon as possible.
Fitness Center

WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio

Enhance your stay with a visit to our contemporary WestinWORKOUT® Fitness Studio

Pool and jacuzzi


Indoor Heated Lap Pool

Mon-Sun: 5:00 AM-11:00 PM


Towels provided



Near Swimming Pool


For those who prefer to take their workout outdoors, The Westin Bellevue offers RunWESTIN Maps that feature 3- and 5-mile jogging/walking routes to and from the hotel.


Indoor Heated Pool & Jacuzzi

Whether you're seeking a refreshing dip or interested in swimming laps, our indoor, heated 25-meter lap pool combines abundant natural light with temperate waters.

Local Area Activities

The Bellevue Collection

With over 200 retailers and 50 dining options, The Bellevue Collection is the region's premier shopping, dining and entertainment center. Take the skybridge from our hotel to Bellevue Place to browse shops and restaurants from global brands and local favorites.

Bellevue Arts Museum

Immerse yourself in Pacific Northwest art, craft and design at the Bellevue Arts Museum (BAM), situated just steps from our hotel. Having grown out of an art fair, Bellevue Arts Museum continues to host the popular BAM ARTS fair every summer -- the largest, award-winning arts and crafts festival in the Northwest.

Bellevue Botanical Garden

Comprised of 53 acres of cultivated gardens, woodlands and wetlands, Bellevue Botanical Garden is a natural oasis in the heart of the city. During the winter, enjoy the enormously popular Garden d'Lights festival which features over a half-million lights that transform the garden into a blossoming winter wonderland.

Bellevue Farmers Market

Taste the flavors of Washington State at the Bellevue Farmers Market. Sample locally-grown seasonal produce and take home artisanal food products from local purveyors. The Bellevue Farmers Market is open from 3PM to 7PM every Thursday, May through October.

Woodinville Wine Country

Offering a unique wine tasting experience just 20 minutes from Bellevue, Woodinville is home to over 100 wineries and tasting rooms representing every appellation in the state. Spend a day exploring Washington wines through vibrant tasting experiences at celebrated wineries in walkable districts.

The Golf Club at Newcastle

One of the Northwest's premier golf courses, The Golf Club at Newcastle features dramatic views, undulating terrain and pure rolling greens. Stunning city and mountain views frame its signature Robert E. Cupp/Fred Couples-designed course, Coal Creek, which plays over 7,000 yards and features 300 feet in elevation change.

Hiking Trails Near Bellevue

Surrounded by the majestic Cascade Mountains and with numerous parks for nature walks, Bellevue offers trails to satisfy every type of outdoor adventurer or urban hiker. If you don't mind a short drive, Rattlesnake Ledge, Mount Si and Poo Poo Point are popular with locals for their stunning payoffs.