Stay at Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport.
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Nestled steps away from the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and the light rail that takes visitors to the heart of the Emerald City
Hotel at a Glance: Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport
Guests float across the surface of the indoor pool. Others sample the seasonal cuisine of the pacific northwest at the hotel’s restaurant—all while planes fly in and take off from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport, steps away. Designed for convenience and comfort, Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport seems engineered to help flyers from near and far make the most of their time in Seattle. SeaTac’s light rail stop (a short walk away) makes traveling downtown easy for the morning business meeting, afternoon trip to the Pike Place Market, or evening cocktail party. After a day downtown, Radisson Hotel Seattle Airport’s room service brings restaurant faves to the door before guests bid farewell to Seattle in the morning.
- Put your feet up in one of the hotel’s plush beds, and turn on the flat-screen TV to catch up on the news after that long flight (or use the free WiFi for your next online binge-watch session).
- Just float in the heated indoor pool, or try swimming a few laps. Poolside chairs and tables make the perfect spot to lounge and dry off after a swim.
- Grab a bite: at RBG Bar and Grill—open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the dishes on the menu often feature regionally sourced ingredients: think fresh produce and seafood.
- Transportation, everywhere: The shuttle to and from SeaTac and the nearby light rail stop make downtown and out-of-town travel a cinch
Downtown Seattle, Washington: Art, Architecture, and Famous Coffee in Coastal Urban Center
Street performances, flowers, and fresh-caught fish find a common home at Seattle’s Pike Place Market. Founded in 1907, it’s where both sightseers and locals shop. Drop into the Fish Market to watch the staff tossing salmon, halibut, and cod—a famous tradition. There are plenty of nonperishable goods as well, including jewelry and other crafts. And you might want to take a picture in front of the market’s iconic sign, which now rivals the Space Needle as the city’s most recognizable symbol.
The original Starbucks coffeehouse has operated out of Pike Place since the 1970s. You can stop here for a pick-me-up before taking the half-mile walk to Seattle’s Central Library. Whether you love books or architecture or both, this futuristic-looking library is worth a visit. The 11-story glass-and-steel structure consists almost entirely of diamond-shaped windows arranged to look like a geometric net. The otherworldly interior is a playground for book lovers. Be sure to check out the library’s “living room” in the morning, when sunlight creates a kaleidoscopic shadow on the floor.