Neighborhoods to Book a Hotel in Seattle
Spread along the Alaskan Way, the Waterfront houses the only waterfront hotel in Seattle, the Edgewater and also excites the water babies with the picturesque Seattle Aquarium.
Towering office buildings, swanky hotels, and a numerous national retail chains welcome you in Downtown. Explore the Seattle Art Museum and experience entertaining concerts at the Seattle Symphony at the Benaroya Hall.
To the east of Downtown is the neighborhood of First Hills. True to its name the neighborhood is hilly and is excellent for sightseeing. Visitors can also check out the art scene of the Frye Art Museum.
Filled with cobblestone plazas and tree-covered streets, the Pioneer Square Historic District proudly displays its monumental structures dating back to the late 19th century. Shoppers can find scores of antique shops and art galleries.
Housing majorly the Asians, the Chinatown/International District is an ideal place for a leisurely stroll. Explore the artifacts of the Wing Luke Asian Museum or relax and unwind yourself at the Hing Hay Park.