Find our hotel near the Space Needle & Pike Place Market
The Warwick Seattle is located in the heart of downtown Seattle’s trendy and vibrant Belltown neighbourhood, near Jazz Alley, the Space Needle, Pier 69 and the entire Seattle Waterfront, and across the street from the famous Cinerama theatre. The Amazon campus and Spheres are just one block away and music venues like the Moore Theater and The Crocodile are also nearby. We are a five-minute walk to the Monorail, a seven-minute walk from Pike Place Market and a ten-minute walk from the Washington State Convention Center. Sea-Tac International Airport is a 20-30 minute drive from the hotel.
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An iconic landmark of the Seattle skyline, the Space Needle observation tower offers unbeatable views of the city and its beautiful surrounding nature. Complete your visit with a break at the café or wine bar, or how about a virtual reality bungee jump?
Pike Place Market
Established in 1907, Seattle’s original farmer’s market is a hive of food and craft stalls, eateries and more. Enjoy a stroll around its characterful nooks and crannies or take a guided tour to find out more about this favourite local’s destination and catch a glimpse of some fish tossing in action!
With sweeping views over the water, Seattle Waterfront is the ideal spot for enjoying fresh seafood before visiting the popular Seattle Aquarium or hopping onboard for a boat cruise or day trip on the water. Don’t forget to wander along the front and explore the many unique shops, before strapping in on the Seattle Great Wheel for breathtaking city views.
To get your fix of retail therapy, head downtown to Pacific Place or Westlake Center for the best high-end boutiques, big names and outdoor labels, not to mention dozens of unique and independent shops. Take a well-earned break at Westlake Park’s food trucks.
Famed for its seafood and ever-changing array of restaurants and eateries, step out into the popular Belltown district for a dizzying range of dining options. Go all-out jazz at Jazz Alley, where you can enjoy live music as you dine, or how about heading upmarket at Blueacre Seafood. Looking for more casual options? The choice is yours, with everything from bakery quick bites to steak and pizza.
Located just 2 blocks away, these 3 glass spheres also known as the Amazons Spheres are part of the Amazon Campus. Consisting of more than 400 different species they are an extensive collection of biodiversity that explores the value of conservation in an urban environment. Visitors can access The Spheres two Saturdays a month through Amazon's free weekend open house dates.