As one of the premier launching points for Pacific Northwest cruises, Seattle is a perfect city for travelers seeking adventures both on land and at sea. Although treks are available year-round, the most popular cruises from Seattle typically depart between the end of April and late September, taking advantage of the ideal weather during the warmer months. Venture across the scenic Puget Sound for a fun weekend getaway to Vancouver, journey up the shoreline through the gorgeous and rugged north coast-hugging Inside Passage, or continue all the way north on an epic Alaskan expedition. You can also go the other direction — with tours of the iconic California coast (and even Hawaii!) always available.
Whether you need a comfortable place to stay in Seattle before embarking on your cruise or planning to extend your visit after you return, Pan Pacific Seattle is the perfect choice. Most Seattle cruises leave from Pier 66 or Pier 91, which can be reached by car in just 10 and 15 minutes respectively. The hotel’s coveted location is convenient for more than just your arrival and departure, as well — you’ll be staying within a 20-minute stroll of many of the city’s most popular attractions. Pike Place Market, the Seattle Art Museum, Smith Tower, the Space Needle, Seattle Aquarium, and the Museum of Pop Culture are all just minutes away.
You’ll have plenty to get excited about at the hotel, too. Choose between the premium rooms and suites, each equipped with tasteful, contemporary decor and plenty of modern luxuries. When you aren’t lounging in your private retreat, you can savor exquisite dining and drinks at South Lake Kitchen + Bar — celebrated for its use of local ingredients and extensive list of Washington wines. Additional amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center with Peloton bikes, saunas, and more.
Ready to start planning your scenic Seattle cruise vacation? Take a look at the Port of Seattle’s 2023 cruise calendar and don’t miss exclusive special offers from Pan Pacific Seattle hotel.
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