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​Holidays in Seattle​

Wake up and smell the coffee. That's what you'll be doing on holidays in Seattle, where the alluring aroma of the city's favourite drink hangs over it like the clouds atop Mount Rainier to the south. The home of Starbucks and the coffee revolution is a vibrant, quirky city filled with hundreds of buzzing cafés and bars, plus cool buildings, hip and historic neighbourhoods, and some stellar attractions.

But not all Seattle's attractions are man-made, since its setting is nothing short of spectacular. Wedged between the coastal inlet of Puget Sound and scenic Lake Washington, and ringed by mountains, the views are breathtaking. Watching the boats come and go on Elliott Bay with the peaks of the Olympic Mountains in the distance, or catching the sunset across the water from the Olympic Sculpture Park are sights you'll never forget.

All that access to the great outdoors makes for some fantastic activities on holidays in Seattle, which isn't known as the 'Emerald City' for nothing. There's a green space most places you look - and if it's not green, it's blue, with so much water around. That makes for great hiking, kayaking, rock climbing, cycling or any other activity you can think of, and you can be in one of the State Parks that surround the city in no time. Plus there's skiing in winter.

Back on the urban trail, there's lots to see and do in the city too. There's fantastic museums, while the assortment of animals at the aquarium, the Northwest Wildlife Park, and the Woodland Park Zoo will keep the kids happy. Shopping is pure pleasure, with iconic Pike Place Market unmissable, and once the sun is down, there's a fizzing music, bar and restaurant scene to explore. Never mind emerald; this city deserves gold-star status.

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The Space Needle

Space Needle SeattleInstantly recognisable from the opening credits of Frasier, this Seattle icon stands 184-metres high. Take the lift up to the observation platform and drink in stupendous 360-degree views over the city and its surrounding bays, lakes and mountains. You can eat in the gently revolving Sky City Restaurant too.

Water, Water Everywhere

With two lakes and a coastal inlet, it would almost be a crime not to take to the water during holidays in Seattle. One of the easiest ways is to board a Washington State Ferry and take a day-trip to one of the islands across the bay, like buzzy Bainbridge Island or scenic San Juan. Or rent a sea kayak and paddle your own way around Lake Union or Lake Washington.

Mighty Museums

There's a whole bunch of high-quality museums to check out, including the Art Museum, the Asian Art Museum and the Burke Museum of Natural History and Culture. Two more unusual ones are the striking Frank-Gehry designed EMP Museum, which celebrates music and pop culture; and the Museum of Flight, with planes past and present (including an early Air Force One presidential plane) and hands-on flying simulators.

Pike Place Market

Open 365 days a year, Seattle's farmer's market is a whirlwind of activity: a galleried orgy of food carts, flower stalls and artisan concessions, where fishmongers famously make fresh salmon 'fly' by throwing and catching them. There's also great dining and coffee here - including the very first Starbucks.

Party On

Once you've eaten in one of the city's multiple fine restaurants, there's no need to head home. Hit a microbrewery or bar, or check out the music scene. Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Soundgarden and Fleet Foxes all came out of Seattle, and there's always a new act to discover in the local clubs.


Our Top Hotels in Seattle

The Edgewater

The Edgewater


Resting atop Pier 67 on Seattle's sparking Elliott Bay, the four story 223-room Edgewater is Seattle’s original waterfront hotel. Edgewater Hotel has become a beloved local landmark.

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Grand Hyatt Seattle

Grand Hyatt Seattle


Offering 425 stylish guestrooms and suites, the Grand Hyatt Seattle combines convenient location, luxurious accommodations, and state-of-the-art facilities with unparalleled services.

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Fairmont Olympic Seattle

Fairmont Olympic Seattle


This hotel is ideally located in the heart of Seattle and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is widely regarded as one of the city's most celebrated treasures.

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Fly Drive Holiday: North by Northwest

Seattle – Vancouver – Kamloops – Jasper – Banff National Park – Calgary – Kalispell – Yellowstone National Park – Jackson – Twin Falls – Pendleton – Yakima – Seattle

Take in two countries, five states, two Canadian provinces and seven National Parks on this epic fly drive holiday of majestic mountain ranges and incomparable natural wonders. Start in the cultural, coffee mad city of Seattle before making your way north to Vancouver. You’ll pass through the majestic scenery of the Rockies before dipping back down to the USA.
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Fly Drive Holiday: Seattle to Napa Valley

Seattle – Port Angeles (Olympic National Park) – Ashford - Portland – Newport – Coos Bay – Grants Pass (Crater Lake) – Eureka - Ukiah - Napa Valley

Hit the open road and take a fantastic drive from buzzing Seattle to the vineyards of Napa Valley on this spectacularly scenic Northern California fly drive itinerary. Along the way you’ll get to see natural wonders including the rainforests of the Olympic National Park, the towering redwoods of Humboldt County and the Pacific surf along Highway 1. Your holiday starts with a flight into the coastal seaport of Seattle with its impressive music pedigree and world famous café culture. From here, pick up your hire car and head south, from the peaks of the Cascade Range to the brooding volcano of Mount St. Helens, the deserted beaches of Redwood National Park and the deep blue hues of Crater Lake. After some time in wine and foodie heaven Napa, it’s time to drive to San Francisco for a flight back to London.
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Motorhome Holiday: Northwest USA Self Drive

Seattle/Everett - Mount Vernon - North Cascades National Park - Electric City - Coeur d'Alene - Butte - Yellowstone National Park - Idaho Falls - Massacre Rock State Park - Boise - La Grande - Portland, Oregon - Mount Rainier National Park - Seattle/Everett

Pick up your hotel on wheels and take to the road on this 13 night itinerary taking you through the highlights of America’s Northwest corner. Your journey will take you into National Parks, along mighty rivers and past dormant and not so dormant volcanoes. Enjoy afternoon tea in the former home of George Washington, watch Old Faithful erupt in Yellowstone National Park, mix with celebrities in Jackson and learn about the life of pioneers arriving from the East along the Oregon Trail.
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Alaska Cruise: Glacier Bay From Seattle

Seattle – Juneau – Skagway – Ketchikan – Victoria – Seattle

From the vibrant city of Seattle, set sail for the pristine waters of Alaska on this 7 night cruise. You’ll have fabulous views of the Cascade Mountains before reaching the wilds of the USA’s largest state, where you can drink in awe-inspiring vistas of majestic peaks, glaciers and waterfalls whilst looking out for wildlife from beaching whales to black bears. Your voyage ends back in Seattle where you can choose to stay or fly back to the UK.
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Seattle City Tour  
This tour is a superb introduction to see the highlights of Seattle. During your three-hour bus tour, you'll take in downtown Seattle, the Seattle Waterfront and Pioneer Square, whilst witnessing some outstanding views of the city. Additionally you’ll pass through quirky neighbourhoods, visit the Ballard Locks with ladders for the spawning salmon, The Giant Bridge Troll, and the famous "Sleepless in Seattle" floating home. From £25 per person.

Seattle CityPASS  
This great value pass includes discounted entry to some of Seattle’s premier attractions, including the Space Needle, Pacific Space Center, Seattle Aquarium, a 1-hour Argosy Harbour Cruise and many more – saving you time and money! From £35 per person

Seattle Harbour Cruise
Learn about Seattle's historic waterfront on this live narrated cruise of Elliott Bay and Seattle Harbour. View the spectacular panoramic background of the majestic Cascade and Olympic mountain ranges, the unique city skyline and while enjoying a first-hand look at one of the world's largest shipping terminals. From £13 per person

Food and Cultural Walking Tour of Pike Place Market
Eat your way through Seattle's most celebrated culinary landmark with this 2 hour tour. Taste locally made foods and beverages, many of which reflect the Northwest cuisine or are quintessential Seattle treats, and meet the exceptional people that make Pike Place Market the fabulous place it is. From £23 per person

Mt Rainier Full Day Tour
Breathtaking vistas await you on Mt Rainier, whose rocky peak stands more than 14,000 feet tall! On this full-day tour to Mt Rainier from Seattle, you'll get to appreciate the beauty of this stunning mountain up close. Enjoy unobstructed views of the Seattle area from the mountain and make sure you don’t forget your camera! From £62 per person.

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Time Difference:
GMT- 8hours

Closest Airport:
Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (approx. 10 hours and 35 minutes, direct flight)

Airport transfers:
Taxi’s from SeaTac airport to downtown hotels cost approximately $45 each way. The new light rail now offer service from the airport to downtown, with eleven stops in between. The cost is $5 per trip.

Getting around:
Seattle’s compact, yet hilly centre is a joy to wander on foot. The Seattle Center Monorail is a fast cheap way to go from the Seattle Center station (across from the Space Needle) and Westlake Center. Tickets are a very affordable $2 each way. Hire a car and explore the surrounding areas. Check out the great selection of dining options, attractions and local excursions available. Care hire is available from £21 per day.

Insider Tip:
For a taste of the Seattle music scene head to Capitol Hill, home of the famous grunge music scene in the early 1990s.

You’re going to need an ESTA:
For anyone travelling to the USA, the US authorities have imposed a requirement for passengers travelling under the Visa Waiver Programme (VWP), to register for Electronic Travel Authority. Just fill in the online application form which you can find at You will need to apply for entry via ESTA at least a minimum of 72 hours prior to travel.

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