Everyone loves to travel during the summer months, but many of us don’t have the luxury of time for grand globetrotting adventures. That’s okay, and it shouldn’t stop us from at least taking a weekend to enjoy ourselves and remember what all of the hard work is for, right? One great option for anyone in or near the United States is to take a weekend trip to Seattle, Washington. There’s plenty to see and do, and there are some first-rate accommodations for any discerning gentleman to enjoy.
Check out hot tips for a quick getaway to Seattle:
- Where to stay?
- The city has an abundance of great luxury rentals available, and browsing Airbnb for a good find is certainly a possibility. However, if you’re more of a fan of the sure-thing, we’d recommend booking a room at The Edgewater. You’ll be able to stay in a world-class suite on the pier within walking distance of the city’s most famous attractions. The list of previous guests is simply astonishing, and the legacy and comfort of Seattle’s most iconic hotel doesn’t disappoint.
- What to do?
- If you want to explore some of the city’s most well-known landmarks, The Edgewater is within walking distance of both Pike Place and the Space Needle. We recommend you plan to see both of them if your schedule permits. Looking for something a little less on-the-nose? The Museum of Flight, Seattle Aquarium, and the Seattle Art Museum are all great draws to the city, and, if you’re feeling adventurous, there are some fascinating experiences like the Underground Tour, which takes you through some of the historic parts of the beautiful city. The wide variety of shops are also great for anyone wanting to walk around and go on a shopping spree.
- What to eat?
- Seattle is pretty well-known for their fresh seafood and coffee. If you decide to stay at The Edgewater, you’ll surely want to eat at Six Seven and try some of the local cuisine. While exploring the Seattle, don’t forget to grab a cup or several of the local fresh-brewed coffees from the city that birthed Starbucks. Pike Place has some excellent options for foodies, like Matt’s in the Market, which makes it a perfect place to grab lunch while exploring Seattle’s most famous lure.