The Hilton Seattle a boutique-style hotel located in the heart of downtown Seattle. The hotel is close to many wonderful restaurants, premier shopping, first class entertainment and a full range of attractions.
Enjoy our newly renovated rooms and a central location in the heart of downtown at Hilton Seattle, our convenient hotel in Seattle, Washington. A choice of downtown Seattle attractions are close by, including Pike Place Market, restaurants, shops and entertainment. Book your sightseeing tour, or rent a car in the hotel. If you’re in town for a conference, walk to the Washington State Convention Center via the underground concourse.
Rooms begin on the 14th floor of this hotel in Seattle, so open your large bay window to let in fresh air, and enjoy a view of the city, Olympic Mountains, or partial view of Elliott Bay. Relax in your non-smoking guest room, suite or accessible room with luxurious bedding, LCD TVs and designer bath products. Your non-smoking room also features amenities such as mini-refrigerators, European adaptors and a well-lit work desk.
Warm up by the fireplace while having a late-night snack and sampling brews on tap at redtrees restaurant + bar. Business travelers will appreciate the business center services, as well as being close to local companies such as Boeing, IBM, Microsoft, Nordstrom, Starbucks and Amazon. Plan a wedding or meeting in 6,000 sq. ft. of flexible event space. Utilize the expertise of our creative and attentive staff to create a memorable event at this Seattle hotel.
Since 1991, music fans far and wide have recognized the Crocodile as Seattle’s best live music venue. There is no other spot in the 206 with such a storied and beloved past, and no other rock and roll venue that has earned its right to occupy the hearts of so many. Among the incredible bands that have played within the walls of Belltown’s much loved living room are Nirvana, Pearl Jam, Cheap Trick, R.E.M., Mudhoney, and Yoko Ono.
We regularly host a vast range of up & coming local, national & international talent. Hip Hop, Rock, Electronic, Folk, Singer/SongWriters, Metal, Punk and Avant Garde. We also serve as a venue for showcases and private events and fundraisers.
We've been honored to host Ben Gibbard, Macklemore, Wolves in the Throneroom, Zola Jesus, Thee Silver Mt Zion, YACHT, Thee Oh Sees, Neon Indian, Explosions in the Sky, Grynch, Allen Stone, Wye Oak, The Lonely Forest, Intelligence, Meat Puppets, The Melvins, Doomtree, The Head and the Heart, Cults, Joy Formidable, Pains of Being Pure at Heart, Loch Lomond, Tune Yards, Starfucker, Fresh Espresso, Bear in Heaven, Thee Satisfaction, Nada Surf, Hieroglyphics, Kulture Shock, Wovenhand and so many more incredible artists.
The Back Bar has become a favorite neighborhood spot where we serve hot pizza and cold drinks 7 nights a week. There is venue programming 7 nights a week as well. When there's not killer shows in the showroom, our back bar events include intimate, sweaty local shows at a $5 cover, Happy Hour Bingo, DJs nights, Monday night open mic comedy and Tuesday night karaoke.
Our online calendar has a full listing of upcoming events as well as more general info on the venue. We're proud and honored to have been a part of Seattle's music and nightlife scene for so long and excited about the new things to come.
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Amber Restaurant and Lounge is Seattle’s very own Northwest Restaurant and lounge experience located at the finest address in Belltown. Zagat rated for nightlife and winner of AOL City Search’s Best of Singles locale. Open 7 days a week, Amber boast Seattle's best Happy Hour and Northwest Cuisine made with the finest local ingredients. DJ's every week without a cover. Private Areas available for big and small parties. Come join us at Amber! www.amberseattle.com
The Seattle Cinerama Theatre is a landmark movie theater located in the Belltown neighborhood of Seattle, Washington in the United States of America. It is one of only three movie theaters in the world still capable of showing three-panel Cinerama films.HistoryThe Seattle Cinerama opened in 1963 as Seattle's Martin Cinerama as a showcase for the eponymous technology, but was retrofitted a few months later to also show 70 mm films on its huge curved screen. The movie house soon became specialized in showing such spectaculars as The Wonderful World of the Brothers Grimm and It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World. Both formats shortly fell out of fashion, and Krakatoa, East of Java from 1969 was the last non-standard film to be shown at the Cinerama in the first era of its existence.The following three decades were lean, as the proliferation of suburban multiplex theaters drew movie fans away from the Cinerama. Lackluster ticket sales quickly led to a general decline in the theater's upkeep, until it was relegated to play second-run movies after being taken over by Cineplex Odeon on a reduced rent, month-to-month basis.Major 1990s renovationThe turnaround began in 1997 when developers revealed plans to turn the Cinerama into a dinner theater or a rock-climbing club. This sparked a grassroots effort to save the historic venue, with local film buffs circulating petitions and issuing an urgent cry for help, which was answered by multi-billionaire Paul Allen, himself a movie fan and patron of the theater during its 1960s heyday.
Box House is a fun and innovative country sports bar replacing the historical Last Supper Club. Keeping the spirit of old Seattle alive, Seattle’s pubs and saloons of the Pioneer Square area in the late 1800’s were commonly referred to as “Box Houses”.
The 7,500 square foot space features new custom furnishings, an inviting wrap-around bar on the main level with convenient purse hooks and outlets to charge your electronic devices, and a VIP mezzanine with its own private bar.
In keeping with the country spirit, our menu features tasty BBQ, Tex-Mex and Traditional American fare. Whatever your taste buds are craving, we’ve got you covered!
Our huge 15’ projection screen, over 18 large HD TVs and state of the art sound and lighting systems will assure you won’t miss any of the action.
We also have special game day menus! Since Box House is only a short walk from Seattle’s stadiums, it gives fans a fun, warm, spacious environment to eat and convene before any game or match.
"The small basement space on Minor Avenue has been open only since February, but it's already establishing itself as a crucial cog in the city's electronic-music scene.
Kremwerk hit the ground running. In its first week, Austin--the venue's booker--scored future-bass star L-Vis 1990, and since then, he's brought in an excellent array of local and international talent, including Silent Servant, Santiago Salazar, Dreamweapon, Jimi Jaxon, Kode 9 and Raica.
Now with a capacity of 231 with its newly installed patio, we help champion the scene's underground action.
Kremwerk's interior fuses an industrial, bunkerlike atmosphere (exposed, rusted pipes and sprinkler, much concrete, steel, and wood, etc.) with a chic after-hours spot. It's dimly lit and low-ceilinged and sports excellent feng shui, with plenty of nooks and seating away from the dance floor. Several shellacked and sanded tree stumps serve as tables." - Dave Segal, The Stranger
Melrose Market Studios is an urban event space on the west edge of Capitol Hill, just a few blocks from the heart of downtown Seattle. Located in a historic 1927 building that has been completely refurbished, this distinct venue is a great place to hold an event for up to 250 people.
The Rainier Club is a private club in Seattle, Washington; it has been referred to as "Seattle's preeminent private club." Its clubhouse building, completed in 1904, is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It was founded in 1888 in what was then the Washington Territory (statehood came the following year). As of 2008, the club has 1,300 members.HistoryThe Rainier Club was first proposed at a February 23, 1888 meeting of six Seattle civic leaders; it was formally incorporated July 25, 1888. The attendees of the original meeting were J. R. McDonald, president of the Seattle, Lake Shore and Eastern Railway; John Leary, real estate developer and former Seattle mayor; Norman Kelly; R. C. Washburn, editor of the Seattle Post-Intelligencer; Bailey Gatzert, former mayor associated with Schwabacher's, Seattle's and the state's most prominent Jewish-owned business of the era; A. B. Stewart; and James McNaught. Other founding members were lawyer Eugene Carr, Judge Thomas Burke, and William Allison Peters.The club is named after British Admiral Peter Rainier. The name may have been chosen because of Seattle's rivalry with nearby Tacoma. Tacomans at the time were ardent in their support for the native name "Mount Tacoma" for the mountain now officially known as Mount Rainier. In 1892, the club actually sent a delegation to Washington, D.C. to argue the "Rainier" side of the case. The club's logo was modeled on that of the Union Club in Victoria, British Columbia, founded 1877.
With some of the nation’s best bartenders on hand to engage with guests, and the delicious foods Chefs Brian McCracken and Dana Tough love to present, we’re in the process of designing an entire menu of themed dinners, receptions and cocktail parties to entice. Our 2,200 square foot space in a 1920s brick building features decorative ceilings, chandeliers and lighting, and an interior living wall of botanicals.
The Coterie Room is now booking for events, from large to more intimate. Select holiday dates are available but do fill up quickly.
Arctic Productions, one of the biggest names in raves on the west coast!!!! Creators of Fantasy Kingdom - Inferno - Kamehameha - Super Smash Ravers Melee & many many more. Keeping Seattle connected with there HHC . This powerhouse production company is here to stay and keep the beat bumping.
We believe that all children and families are special. With our constant pursuit of evidenced-based research, we strive to support families in achieving optimal caregiver-child relationships and developmental outcomes for their children.
Infant Massage Classes
- For caregivers of infants ranging from birth to 12 months old
- Designed for both infants with and without special health care needs
- Classes meet 1 hour each week for 5 weeks
Topics covered include:
- Infant massage strokes
- Reading infant cues
- Behavioral states
- Sleeping challenges
- Feeding challenges
- Sensory processing
For all classes
- Siblings are welcome
- Crying is accepted and welcome
MOD Pizza serves up individual artisan-style pizzas and salads made on demand. Customers can design their own pizzas and salads or select from a menu of MOD classics. All are the same price regardless of toppings. The handcrafted pizzas are then fired in our 800 degree display oven and ready to eat in less than 5 minutes. MOD also offers milkshakes, house-made iced teas and lemonades, local craft beer and wine, and more.
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Technologies — and businesses — change. At SeaMonster Studios, pivoting means more than agility; understanding and anticipating the bends requires flexibility, experience, and foresight.
We’re always learning — both about the challenges that face modern business and the solutions that will carry into the future. We’ve mastered a range of disciplines while continuing to develop new skills and services that will push our clients to the next level.
Our mission, helping our members live better lives, hasn’t changed. That pioneering spirit is guided by a strong vision: To enrich the quality of life of our members and to be the premier athletic club in America. But above all else, we value excellence, service, integrity, leadership and sensitivity.
The WAC is a private nonprofit city athletic club committed to enriching the lives of our members. Access to the Club and Club Events is available exclusively to WAC members and their personal guests unless otherwise noted.