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A waterfront city surrounded by the mountains of Washington state, Seattle offers a vivid glimpse into the hilly lifestyle of the Pacific Northwest. Discover as much as possible by having a ride as easygoing as the sea’s winds, whether that means utilizing the city’s Light Rail Link for limited access to downtown attractions, or booking a personal ride for the freedom to move by your own hand. Go introspective with a small sedan perfect for solo hiking trips to Discovery Park, or bring the whole group along for miles of trails via chartered bus or SUV. Meet-and-greet services make each moment shine for professionals as well, from quick attempts at Sea-Tac International Airport via taxi to convenient local personal drivers willing to go the extra mile.
Finding the right mode of transportation is only half the battle, as deciding between various neighborhoods and hotels is the true challenge. Those looking to stay close to Lower Queen Anne neighborhood’s fine combination of boutique restaurants and exhibits should stay at Hyatt House Seattle/Downtown, located on the cusp of the Space Needle and offering cool views from a rooftop terrace, more inner-city options including the high-rise towers of The Westin Seattle as well as unmatched luxury at Sheraton Grand Seattle. Those looking to keep costs low while keeping close to the fun should stay at either City Hostel downtown or Hotel Hotel in the distant university-fueled neighborhood of Fremont. And for instant access to the world famous Pike Place Market, go all out with a room at the Seattle Marriott Waterfront, also considering the Four Seasons Hotel for across-the-street access to the Seattle Art Museum.
Often seen as a goldmine of seafood as well as an indie music haven, the ever-changing city of Seattle provides an equal balance of old and modern. Experience both by simply walking down the iconic space of Pike Place Market, a cramped marketplace home to fisherman throwing fresh catches and local artists selling handmade jewelry, then walking north toward Olympic Statue Park for a look at interesting installations - for an all-in-one adventure, consider Space Needle Park as well, home to the iconic Space Needle and its panoramic views from the top as well as a handful of exhibits that explore natural science and the art of Dan Chihuly. But by far, there is no shortage in gorgeous deciduous forestland, something especially easy to see through miles and miles of trails at Discovery Park, as well as the breathtaking rush of Snoqualmie Falls off in the distant eastern mountains.