Tucked inside the upscale 2200 Plaza, on the border of downtown and the bustling South Lake Union neighborhood, Pan Pacific Seattle is perfectly positioned to help travelers explore all of our future-facing city. Just outside the hotel, guests have immediate access to the retail and services at 2200 Plaza. The South Lake Union area is home to plenty of attractions in its own right, including Denny Park, the city’s first green space, and the Center for Wooden Boats, home to an impressive collection of vintage boats and a wealth of maritime history. From here, travelers can rent a boat or take a public sail—a scenic way to spend the day.
Just around the corner at Seattle Center, pop culture fanatics can explore the Museum of Pop Culture, while history buffs can discover how Seattle earned its reputation for innovation at the Museum of History and Industry.
Of course, Pan Pacific Seattle is just minutes from downtown Seattle’s most well-known attractions, including Pike Place Market and the futuristic Space Needle. With our complimentary shuttle car service, it’s easy to unpack all of Seattle’s distinct, vibrant neighborhoods.
After making stops at all of Seattle’s popular sights, you can catch a performance nearby. The Pacific Northwest Ballet performs more than 100 times a year, and the stunning Paramount Theater hosts everything from comedy shows to musicals and popular concerts.
And while a meal at our Lobby Bar never disappoints, travelers should absolutely explore Seattle’s burgeoning culinary scene. Grab a table at the sleek Mistral, or have your pasta handmade at Cuoco, a favorite Italian spot.
Looking for more ideas about what to do in Seattle? Consult our expert-curated Seattle neighborhood guide, or chat with our friendly, knowledgeable concierge.
Since it opened in 1907, Pike Place Market, Seattle’s most popular tourist destination, has grown from roughly ten farmers’ booths to a 9-acre labyrinth of fishmongers, restaurateurs, antique dealers and craftspeople. You could spend days wandering, tasting and delighting in all of the market’s offerings, so we’ve made a quick list of some of our favorite digs. The Urban Garden Brought to you by the Pike Place Market Foundation and...