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Joe Mabel

Renaissance Seattle Hotel

Our 28th floor Elite Member Club Lounge offers beautiful views of the Emerald City.

With one of the best views in town, a trip to the 28th floor Elite Member Club Lounge at the Renaissance Seattle is well worth the elevator ride. From the elegant artwork on display in the lobby to our loungeside fireplace and the incredible panoramic views available from our stylish guest rooms, it might be hard to leave. But, this being Seattle, there’s so much to discover. Let resident Navigator Timothy guide you to the Emerald City’s best art galleries and exciting live music venues.

The amenities

  • Plush Bedding
  • Personal Navigator
  • JOYA NYC Fragrance
  • Fitness Center
  • Aveda Amenities
  • Multi-Cultural Cuisine
  • Valet Dry-Cleaning
  • Virtual Concierge
  • Shoeshine
  • Mobile check-in
Full hotel details

Tat's Deli

East Coast meets West here at Tat's. This authentic deli features classic steaks and hoagies to dine in or take out. Try their Tat'strami.
Tat's Deli introduces Seattle to the authentic flavors of the East Coast. Owner Brian Tatman's cravings of his hometown's cuisine led to the realization of this dream venture. On the menu are delicious steaks, subs and sides. From the classic BLT and Meatball, to in-house Smoked Turkey and Eggplant Parmesan, they offer an eclectic menu. Dine in at their Pioneer Square outlet or enjoy your hoagies at your favorite spot in the city with their take-out and delivery services.
Address:159 Yesler Way, Seattle, 98104
phone:+1 206 264 8287

The Whiskey Bar at McRory’s

With 750 brands, and more than 135 labels, this local bar tops the list, offering an extensive collection of drinks and spirits. Cheers!
The Whiskey Bar at McRory's has a fine selection of craft beer and whiskey. Primarily a sports bar, it attracts with their cool happy hours schedule. It is a fun place to hang out with friends and catch up over good food and better drinks. Vodka, gin, tequila, rum and brandy are all on offer. Don't miss the painting by Neiman that is hung at the bar.
Address:419 Occidental Avenue South, Seattle, 98194
phone:+1 206 623 4800
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Kerry Park

Enjoy the splendid views of Seattle's skyline at this park. A steel sculpture named "Changing Form" is also a major attraction here.
Located on the south slope of Queen Anne Hill, Kerry Park is a popular park in Seattle that is renowned for providing the beautiful panoramic views of the city. With Mount Rainier as a picturesque backdrop, this park is popular with locals and tourists alike. At night, the view of the city from the park is breathtaking and dream-like which makes it perfect for pictures.
Address:211 West Highland Drive, Seattle, 98119
phone:+1 206 684 4075
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Brooke Westlund Studio and Gallery

Native Seattle painter whose abstract paintings explore her love of life and the beautiful city of Seattle.
Head into Pike Place Market and discover Brooke Westlund’s Studio and Gallery. Her passion mixed with her love of Seattle is evident in her paintings – you can also find her artwork throughout the Renaissance Seattle Hotel!
Address:1516 Western Ave, Seattle, 98101
phone:+1 425 681 6037
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Canon Whiskey

With over 3500 labels, it's no surprise that Canon has been recognized for having the world's best spirits selection!
Discover Canon Whiskey & Bitter Emporium in Capitol Hill, and delight in aged spirits, bespoke drinks, and global bites in a retro, bottle-adorned space. Reservations are recommended.
Address:928 12th Ave, Seattle, 98122

Elliott Bay Book Company

Get lost among the endless titles within this independent, family-owned bookstore!
Stop by Elliott Bay Book Company – whose name was borrowed by TV show Frasier when naming Frasier Cranes’ home “Elliott Bay Towers” – and explore its endless titles, while embracing the indie vibe and long-running author reading series.
Address:1521 10th Ave, Seattle, 98122

Metropolitan Grill

Rich in tradition and flavor, experience Seattle's "classic steakhouse" within the historic 1903 Marion Building.
The term “classic steakhouse” fails to encompass the rich history and ambiance of the Metropolitan Grill. Housed in the historic 1903 Marion Building, The Met has focused on maintaining the classics and offering a menu adorned with custom dry-aged steaks. Try the Smoky Met Martini, a Seattle favorite!
Address:820 2nd Ave, Seattle, 98104

Shug's Soda Fountain & Ice Cream

Enjoy a taste of nostalgia and delight in delicious sundaes, sodas, floats and more!
For a tasty treat while exploring Pike Place Plaza, be sure to stop by Shug's Soda Fountain and Ice Cream. This family-friendly shop makes all their own syrups, sauces, toppings and local ice cream. Their delicious treats take classic ice cream desserts and add a modern flare that is sure to delight.
Address:1525 1st Avenue, Seattle, 98101


Enjoy spectacular views from the open rooftop bar.
Mbar is a rooftop restaurant with sweeping views of Seattle. The space features floor to celling glass and a great outdoor seating area. MBar offers regular menus and also different chef tasting menus geared towards the adventurous souls.
Address:400 Fairview Ave. North, Seattle, 98109


Come in and enjoy homemade pasta and seasonal inspired plates and desserts.
Visit one of Seattle's most delicious restaurants, which features great food and amazing cocktails. The open-air kitchen is fun to watch as chefs practice their incredible culinary skills before your very eyes.
Address:1531 14th Ave., Seattle, 98122

Smith Tower

Discover Smith Tower, Seattle's original skyscraper, and enjoy spectacular architecture alongside cultural heritage.
Once the tallest building west of the Mississippi, Smith Tower's rich history can be explored through an interactive tour or a "straight up" approach to the observatory viewing deck and speakeasy café and bar.
Address:506 Second Avenue, Ste. 220, Seattle, 98104

Re:public Restaurant & Bar

Refined plating conceals rustic farm flavors at this Seattle mainstay, where sharing boards and world-class bartending are hand in glove.
Re:public advocates a farm-to-form culinary philosophy. Guests can savor locavore dining in a rustic-yet-chic restaurant replete with brick walls and chandeliers that give it character. Share a platter of oysters on the half shell, slow roasted pork belly sliders or manila clams with a cocktail or vino. Behind arguably the largest bar in Seattle, skilled bartenders pour out Blood Hounds, Cucumber Gimlets and the classic Old Fashioned. For your main course, opt for Saffron Spaghetti with Shellfish, Crispy Skin Arctic Char or Lamb Puttanesca.
Address:429 Westlake Avenue North, Seattle, 98109
phone:+1 206 467 5300

Tavern Law

The Tavern Law's classic cocktails from the Prohibition era celebrate the longstanding legacy of bartending and attract aficionados aplenty.
Tavern Law has been serving fabulous cocktails since 1832. During the Prohibition era when America outlawed alcohol, the bar became a speakeasy and continued to serve drinks. Now you can have a perfectly legal cocktail and enjoy the bar's interesting past by sipping on a classic concoction made from a 19th Century recipe. The ever-evolving drink menu is made with only fresh, hand-crushed juices and syrups blended by traditional methods. This mecca of bar-tending features in the top 25 bars in the country and their clientele includes numerous mixology historians and connoisseurs.
Address:1406 12th Avenue, Trace Loft, Seattle, 98122
phone:+1 206 322 9734

Eighth Generation

Discover original Native American artwork, home decor, and artisan gifts within the Eighth Generation.
Artist, activist, and educator Louie Gong (Nooksack), founded Eighth Generation in 2008 with the mission of creating opportunities for community-based cultural artists. Discover the merging of traditional Coast Salish art with influences from the urban environment in the heart of Pike Place Market.
Address:93 Pike Street, Seattle, 98101

Beneath the Streets

Explore underground 1890s passageways in Pioneer Square and discover the story of the birth of our city!
Experience a one hour guided walking history tour of Seattle's Pioneer Square neighborhood as you visit three of the non-restored passageways beneath the sidewalks. Delight as Seattle's history comes alive!
Address:102 Cherry Street, Seattle, 98104

Skillet - Regrade

From a vintage Airstream trailer to a famous PNW brand, Skillet's modern American fare is approachable, yet focused.
Famous for its pork belly & waffle and burger with bacon jam, savor Skillet's commitment to great food, quality ingredients, and innovative experiences.
Address:2050 6th Ave, Seattle, 98121
phone:+(206) 512 2002

Eat Seattle: Classes & Tours

Eat like a local and enjoy a chef-led tour of Pike Place Market, followed by a hands-on cooking class!
After traveling through Europe for a year, Chef Liz realized how truly unique the Pacific Northwest is in regards to its Native American culture, fishing industry, local food production, wine producing climate and micro brew-scene. Liz felt compelled to introduce Seattle through a culinary lens and created Eat Seattle, where chefs guide both the Pike Place Market tours and the cooking classes!
Address:107 Pike Street, Seattle, 98101

Sell Your Sole Consignment

Find that gorgeous Chanel bag you were eying last season for a fraction of the price at this trendy consignment shop.
Sell Your Sole Consignment is a unique secondhand boutique in Seattle's Belltown neighborhood. They specialize in designer brands, and you can find such prestigious names as Chanel, Michael Kors, and Oscar De La Renta on the racks, along with footwear from Jimmy Choo and more. Outfit yourself in luxury at a much more budget-friendly price at Sell Your Sole. 
Address:2121 First Avenue, Suite 101, Seattle, 98121
phone:+1 206 443 2616

Staple & Fancy Mercantile

Its name represents two styles of dining they have on offer - staple à la carte or fancy prix fixe, crafted exclusively by the chef himself.
Staple & Fancy is a great addition to Ethan Stowell's repertoire of restaurants. Guests can dine two ways. The first is an à la carte menu of Italian-inspired staples like Veal chop, Wood Grilled Whole Fish, English Pea & Parmesan Agnolotti and Pork Chuck Loin. If you aren't up for ordering, then opt for their fancy alternative of having the chef surprise you with a four-course meal. Either way, their seasonal fare is one to remember, and pairs well with their wine selection.
Address:4739 Ballard Avenue Northwest, Seattle, 98107
phone:+1 206 789 1200


Far cry away from the snooty coffee shops, this one offers a traditional hospitality and warmth. It also supports local art movement.
Zeitgeist is a coffee shop with a difference. Along with lip-smacking coffee, it also showcases fine specimens of local art. It is a hub for art lovers and artists, especially during the Art Walk in Seattle. The coffee is delicious and would keep you craving for more. The pastries are also yummy. Though it is a cool place to hang out in with friends, you can also settle in to read a book over a cup of coffee.
Address:171 South Jackson Street, Seattle, 98101
phone:+1 206 583 0497
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Saint James Cathedral

One of the important city landmarks, the stained glass by Charles Connick and altarpiece by Neri di Bicci are marvelous.
Saint James Cathedral is located in the First Hill area, overlooking downtown Seattle. With its elegant facade and double steeples, the cathedral epitomizes quiet grace. Opened only on selected holy days, the two new bronze ceremonial doors, by renowned German artist Ulrich Henn, tell the story of the great procession of the human family towards the heavenly city. The cathedral holds a full schedule of services. Mass is offered several times a day all week.
Address:804 Ninth Avenue, Seattle, 98104
phone:+1 206 622 3559
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Hiram M. Chittenden Locks

These historic locks draw visitors year round as boats of varied sizes pass through. Come to see the migrating salmon climb the fish ladder.
The Hiram M. Chittenden Locks, locally known as the Ballard Locks, is a unique and historic location in Seattle.  Completed in 1917, this landmark connects the waters of Lake Washington, Lake Union and the Puget Sound.  Watching the boats navigate the locks is interesting enough, but the location also hosts an unusual fish ladder that connects salt and fresh water for the local migrating Pacific Salmon. The grounds feature a visitors center, as well as the Carl S. English, Jr., Botanical Gardens.
Address:3015 Northwest 54th Street, Seattle, 98107
phone:+1 206 783 7059

Wine Outlet

Owner Richard Kinssies is a wine specialist, journalist and columnist. His expertise is reflected in the shop's exclusive wine list.
Owned by wine journalist, columnist and specialist Richar Kinssies, Wine Outlet is a quality fine wine store which sells them at discounted prices. Featuring high-quality wines of exceptional quality, the inventory is hunted from exclusive wine markets world-wide. The staff here are well-versed with their wines and are ever helpful to suggest and help you choose the perfect wine. The store even organizes many events like tasting sessions, roasts and classes. Picking up the perfect wine for any occasion is a breeze at Wine Outlet.
Address:946 Elliott Avenue West, Seattle, 98119
phone:+1 206 285 1129
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The Gargoyle Statuary, Inc.

This shop hosts an eclectic inventory, from gargoyles to urns to delicate jewelry pieces. It also features artwork by local artists.
Gargoyle Statuary, Inc. is a unique store which sells statuary, garden wares, candles, wands, t-shirts, incense, fragrance, oils and lot more. The store also features a lot of art work and paintings done by local artists and painters and holds regular art-shows and exhibitions. With the original store having burned down years ago, they hold an annual 'fire' sale, in its memory.
Address:4550 University Way, Seattle, 98105
phone:+1 206 632 4940
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Teatro ZinZanni

"Part circus, part cabaret, and always magical," don't miss a Teatro ZinZanni performance!
Experience Teatro ZinZanni during each trip and enjoy a 3-hour performance featuring international cirque, comedy and cabaret artists, all served up with a 5-course feast designed by local Pacific Northwest chefs!
Address:222 Mercer Street, Seattle, 98109
phone:+1 206 802 0015

Omega Ouzeri

Authentic and contemporary Greek food that's all about celebrating every day.
Omega Ouzeri serves traditional Greek recipes from land and sea based around the long-standing tradition of mezedes – small portions of exceptional food to be shared by everyone around the table. Please try the amazing octopus or the simply grilled whole branzino. Yummy!
Address:1529 14th Ave, Seattle, 98122
phone:+(206) 257 4515


A great quaint spot for small bites and hand crafted cocktails.
Artusi features an Italian-inspired menu focusing on small plates and craft cocktails. It's open and cozy atmosphere bring a fun casual vibe to this restaurant. Delicious craft cocktails and small plates make this place a great spot for the evening.
Address:1535 14th Ave., Seattle, 98122

Clipper Vacations

Get the camera ready and cruise out of downtown Seattle’s Pier 69 on a whale-watching adventure.
Skip traffic and get out on the water! Enjoy whale watching and a San Juan Island day trip from downtown Seattle! Be on the lookout for orca, minke and humpback whales, as well as, Dall’s porpoise, seals, otters, bald eagles and more! Afterwards, relax in Friday Harbor and grab a bite to eat while you share photos from your adventure.
Address:2711 Alaskan Way, Seattle, 98121
phone:+1 206 448 5000

Novilhos Brazilian Steakhouse

You may be on South Lake Union, but here you will feel like you are in Brazil!
A Brazilian tradition, Novilhos expertly offers "churrasco" and delivers perfectly grilled meats to your plate. Enjoy the gaucho outfits alongside the wonderful view of South Lake Union.
Address:901 Fairview Ave N, Seattle, 98109
phone:+1 206 494 3375


This former warehouse turned modern eatery is vibrant and energized.
Experience Lebanese and Syrian food with a modern twist. Fresh and organic products bring this modern Middle Eastern eatery alive. Enjoy fresh flavors and unique twists on family comfort food favorites alongside great service with moderate pricing.
Address:1508 Melrose Ave., Seattle, 98122


Enjoy the view from this rooftop French bistro with a rotating menu. An amazing place to watch the sunset.
Located in the heart of downtown Seattle's historic Pike Place Market, the charming Maximilien has all the old-world charm of a romantic bistro in Paris. Try the fresh seafood picked from the market below.
Address:81 Pike St, Seattle, 98101
phone:+(206) 682 7270
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With Seattle’s coastal heritage as inspiration, local Marine Biologist and artist, Michael Pantalos, takes us on a fish’s journey. Learn and experience how these unique fish of the sea provide the ideal medium, not only for the artist’s canvas but also the culinary palate-- featuring traditional fish printing and sashimi.

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Venue: Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Address: 515 Madison Street, Seattle, 98104, WA, USA
Phone: +1 206 583 0300
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Venue: Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Address: 515 Madison Street, Seattle, 98104, WA, USA
Phone: +1 206 583 0300
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Venue: Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Address: 515 Madison Street, Seattle, 98104, WA, USA
Phone: +1 206 583 0300
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At the core of Casey MacGill’s sound are his band's sometimes sweet, sometimes rough-hewn three-part harmony vocals that swing in a variety of textures.

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Venue: Renaissance Seattle Hotel
Address: 515 Madison Street, Seattle, 98104, WA, USA
Phone: +1 206 583 0300