Things to See & Do
This split-level venue has three bars and offers bottle service and a VIP balcony, just a mile from Belltown Inn.
Climate Pledge Arena
Large venue that hosts WNBA, NCAA basketball, roller derby, concerts and events for up to 17,000 people. - .6 miles.
The Whisky Bar
Craft brews, whiskeys galore & bagpipes. - .2 miles
Classic cocktail lounge with a smooth vibe. - .1 miles
Live music venue & bar w/ local and national bands in low-key, casual setting. - .3 miles.
Vintage theater & music spot with dining. - 1 mile.
The Gum Wall
Well-known wall covered in chewed gum. - .6 miles.
Pike Place Market
A public market - open since August 1907! Pike Place overlooks the Elliott Bay waterfront on Puget Sound. It serves as a place of business for many small farmers, craftspeople and merchants. - .5 miles.
The nation's first full-scale commercial monorail system and a beloved Seattle landmark. Provides a fun, quick and convenient link between downtown Seattle and Seattle Center. From downtown, .5 miles. From Seattle Center, .6 miles.
Landmark modern spire with city vistas. - .5 miles
Chihuly Garden and Glass
Indoor and outdoor blown glass by Dale Chihuly. - .5 miles
Museum of Pop Culture
A Museum dedicated to contemporary Pop Culture. - .5 miles.
Established in 1971. - .5 miles.
Eat & Drink
The Tasting Room
A cozy, co-op wine bar featuring some of Washington’s most celebrated wines along with a menu of small bites. Located in Pike Place Market less than half a mile from Belltown Inn.
Trendy haunt for specialty sushi & sake. - .1 mile.
Rustic-chic pizza spot with craft beers. - 489 ft.
Hip scene for a bar with small plates. - .1 miles.
Shaker and Spear
Upscale seafood restaurant. - .3 miles.
Eggs and Plants
Vegetarian pitas for breakfast and lunch. - .2 miles.
Upmarket Northern Italian cooking. - .3 miles.
Unfussy stop for Mediterranean grub. - .1 mile.
Unique Southwest flavors and recipes in a fun dining experience with amazing tacos, burritos and cocktails. Featuring chilies straight out of Hatch, New Mexico. - 300 ft.
Waterfront Park is a vibrant public space about a mile from Belltown Inn, where you can enjoy lush gardens, open spaces, and elevated views of Elliott Bay.
Washington Park Arboretum
On the shores of Lake Washington, this 230-acre preserve features rare trees and a Japanese garden. From Belltown Inn, it’s 4.8 miles by car or 43 minutes by public transit (worth the commute!). Also check out University Village, an al fresco shopping center with local stores, well-known brands and dining options.
This landmark includes a conservatory, a children's play area and the Seattle Asian Art Museum. From Belltown Inn, it’s 2.4 miles by car or 35 minutes by public transit. The park is in Seattle's Capitol Hill neighborhood; popular for nightlife and entertainment, and a historically significant gay village since the mid-20th century.