Seattle, Washington Offers Unique, Experiential Holiday Hotel Packages



Seattle, Washington Offers Unique, Experiential Holiday Hotel Packages

Published 11/06/2019 at 5:33 AM PDT
By OREGON TRAVEL DAILY STAFF

Seattle, Washington Offers Unique, Experiential Holiday Hotel Packages

(Seattle, Washington) – The great metropolis north of Portlandia has another side it would like to show off during the holidays: Seattle's vibrant hotel scene has a show to put on.

Seattle is known for its unique overnight offerings, from luxury properties like The State Hotel and Kimpton Hotels to charming and trendy boutiques. This time around, a robust array of hotel promotions and packages will be offered throughout the holiday season.

Many hotels have included some of Seattle's top holiday events and offerings within their packages, such as Hyatt Regency Seattle – the official host hotel for Enchant Christmas. Their package offers an upgraded view guest room, complimentary daily valet parking, two tickets to Enchant Christmas at T-Mobile Field during stay dates, and more. Numerous other hotels are also offering discounted admission to Enchant Christmas, including Moxy Seattle, Crowne Plaza Hotel Seattle, Silver Cloud Hotel Broadway, and others.

Celebrating its 27th year, Sheraton Grand Seattle is once again hosting the beloved Gingerbread Village, featuring elaborate displays designed and constructed by local chefs and architects. All proceeds benefit the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation. Guests are invited to pair this timeless tradition with the Sheraton's “Book and Save” package this holiday season and enjoy a discount of up to 20 percent off the best available rate when a stay is prepaid at least three days in advance.

For those coming to experience Seattle's downtown shopping district, The Westin Seattle is offering a Nordstrom Holiday Package. One $100 Nordstrom gift card will be provided per each night of stay. Similarly, Warwick Seattle is offering a “Bah! Humbug!” package, which includes a 10% off shopping pass to Macy's, along with additional package features. Pan Pacific is also offering a $50 AMEX gift card with each hotel stay, perfect for some extra shopping.

“Staying in Seattle during the holidays is the perfect way to experience our world-class city and our outstanding hotels,” said Ali Daniels, Senior Vice President & CMO, Visit Seattle. “Many of our hotel packages showcase the very best of what Seattle has to offer during the holidays – timeless traditions, exceptional shopping, exciting new events, family-friendly fun, and more.”

Year-round there is a boatload of intriguing offerings of things to see in the Emerald City, but the holidays are creating a whole new realm of ways to experience the mesmerizing hotspot. As of this week, you can see much more on this and what else is happening in town at visitseattle.org/holidays.

 








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