Seattle - Gem of the Pacific Northwest!
Getting off the beaten path and discovering hidden gems is one of the wonders of travel. But how do you find those special places? Ask a local. Hotel Vintage Park helps you make the most of your Seattle stay by sharing our staff's favorite picks and insider tips.
We asked our intrepid staff: If you had only two days in Seattle, what would you do? Take a peek, have some fun and Live Like a Local.
I always head to Lowell's for some clam chowder in the Pike Place Market.
I love the “Juevos A La Diabla” at Sazerac Restaurant for my AM meal, followed by a great walk along the Seattle Waterfront.
Front Office Supervisor
Just 20 minutes north of Seattle, Woodinville wine country region features over 90 wineries, and makes for an easy day trip.
Every time it rains in Seattle the Hard Rock Cafe goes to happy hour. Or if the sun is out head to the rooftop bar.
Pike Place Market is my go to place for a one of a kind shopping experience. Grab a bouquet of flowers, fresh fruit or hand crafted jewelry.
University Village is an open air shopping center that has something for every fashionista.
Seamonster Lounge is my favorite spot for live music of all styles and genres, open every night of the week with no cover charge.
Tractor Tavern is another hot spot where you'll find the most popular spot to hear underground music.
At the Northwest Outdoor Center you can see the city in your own kayak while you cruise along Lake Union or Lake Washington.
We are just a short drive to the Cascade Mountains and Snoqualmie Pass - offering year-round recreation and trails for adventure.
Private Dining Manager
At the Skagit Valley Tulip Festival there are 100+ acres of tulips providing quite an eye opening panorama. This is a must-see day trip from Seattle.
Enjoy a picturesque view of Seattle's skyline from Kerry Park atop Queen Anne Hill.