Pan Pacific Seattle hotel is tucked in downtown Seattle near the Alaska Airlines Arena at Hec Edmundson Pavilion, home of Washington Huskies basketball.
Our hotel near Alaska Airline Arena and Husky Stadium allows you to conveniently catch a University of Washington basketball game and also experience some of Seattle’s best known attractions. We would highly recommend checking out the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room, just a fifteen-minute walk from Pan Pacific Seattle hotel. There, you can sample unusual, one-of-a-kind coffees in Starbucks’s state of the art roastery. Learn all about how a green coffee bean makes it from a farm in Kenya to your cup.
If coffee isn’t your thing, consider looking up the day’s events at Seattle Center. Originally built to host the 1962 World’s Fair—Seattle Center is an enormous public gathering space, providing a home to over 30 cultural, educational and entertainment organizations. From hosting Jay-Z, to the Poetry Garden Art Series, it’s a great spot to catch a show, or to bring the kids for an educational outing.
After catching a UW basketball game, or spending the day sipping Starbucks’ best coffees, guests can look forward to unwinding at Pan Pacific Seattle hotel. A luxury Seattle hotel, Pan Pacific has deluxe queen suites with stunning city views, corner king rooms overlooking the iconic Space Needle, and studio suites with private balconies. Its modern amenities and endless hospitality will have you feeling right at home in the Emerald City.
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At Pan Pacific Seattle, you’ll delight in the luxury suites, as well as the upscale amenities. Check out the Lobby Bar for a quick bite to eat before the Washington Huskies game. Or, if you’re getting home late from a night of celebrating a Huskies win, call in-room dining for a bedtime snack and night cap.