5th Avenue Theater
The 5th Avenue Theatre is a landmark theatre located in the Skinner Building, in the downtown core of Seattle. It has produced work that is culturally relevant and accessible to the Seattle community since 1926. Creating opportunities to tell the stories that reflect the rich diversity of the people who live here, this theater brings the uplifting power of musical theater into the lives of young people who have been left behind or brushed aside.
Pike Place Market
Nestled on Seattle's Waterfront and just a short walk from the hotel, Pike Place Market is an iconic Seattle experience that’s a must for any visitor. Explore aisles of local vendors selling fresh produce, fish and seafood, art, and more at the nation's oldest farmer's market. Save your appetite for Beecher’s Cheese, Elleno’s Greek Yogurt, Mee Sum Bakery, or Piroshky Piroshky. Sip a refreshing beer from Old Stove Brewery, located in the Pike Place Market front overlooking the Sound and West Seattle.
SAM – Seattle Art Museum
The Seattle Art Museum presents an amazing range of works from across all cultures, past and present. Discover a compelling variety of modern and contemporary art, featuring Pacific Northwestern art, as well as an ever-changing assortment of noteworthy exhibitions. Popular past art exhibits included Yayoi Kusama, Kehinde Wiley, Andrew Wyeth and an exhibition celebrating fashion icon, Yves Saint Laurent.
Connected to the Seattle art scene, Seattle Center has several noteworthy museums, such as the Museum of Pop Culture and Chihuly Garden and Glass. Catch a hockey game or concert at the newly built Climate Pledge Arena, the world's most sustainable arena. Made possible through the 1962 Seattle World’s Fair, Seattle Center famously hosts the iconic Space Needle at the heart of the attraction-rich area.
Situated just a short walk from W Seattle, the Seattle Waterfront is a beautiful expanse of parks, piers, and promenades stretching from Pioneer Square to Shilshole Marina on the Puget Sound. Browse antique shops, take in views from the Seattle Great Wheel, bike along the promenade, picnic in Olympic Sculpture Park, or catch a ferry to one of the nearby islands.