When winter’s darker days begin to wane, our city comes to life with brilliant green buds on trees and flowers, and inspires us all to the the beauty around us. Nothing’s better than simply taking a stroll through one of our colorful neighborhoods, stopping in for jaw-dropping views, or enjoying a meal in a spot that is comfortable and welcoming.
Pike Place Market is always a favorite spot to literally sell the flowers, and then pick up take-out food to enjoy with one of the city’s best views. Honest Biscuit sits right on the new Marketfront area and overlooks Elliott Bay (be prepared for a few opportunistic seagulls if you go). And, of course, there’s nothing like taking in the history of the world’s first Starbucks location smack-dab in the middle of the Market.
As the sun sets on a beautiful Pacific Northwest summer, we welcome back cooler days, brilliant sunsets, and – yes – a bit more rain. Some of this may sound gloomy, but Seattle’s anything but that in the Fall! Our … Continue reading →
In the world of innkeepers, most things are predictable: late arrivals, cancelled plans, surprise elopements … the works! But 2020 has definitely thrown the world for a loop – particularly those of us in the hospitality business. Good news! … Continue reading →
Fall is already upon us here in the Emerald City so that means a little more moisture in the air. You may find you don’t want to walk a distance with raindrops falling but the DowntownSeattleParking provides a shuttle that you … Continue reading →
Nearly everyone who comes to Seattle visits the iconic Pike Place Market, the historic farmer’s market located above the Seattle waterfront that is the best-known attraction in Seattle. We love the Pike Place Market too, but did you know that … Continue reading →
We call them manhole covers but they’re really known as hatch covers and here in Seattle they’re beautiful works of art. Back in the 1970‘s the city of Seattle started commissioning artists to design and create works of art that … Continue reading →
I checked a guest in today and we talked about staying at airbnb places, he told me what his price point was and how he decided to stay at my place- he said” When you factor in the cost of … Continue reading →