Hotels In Seattle & The Pacific Northwest
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SEATTLE is a welcoming city and the perfect gateway for the PACIFIC NORTHWEST’S stunning national parks and striking coastline.
Take in superb views of the skyline of this vibrant city from the top of the iconic Space Needle or ride the ‘Great Wheel’, Seattle’s waterfront Ferris wheel. Enjoy tasty treats at bustling Pike Place Market, explore the Olympic Sculpture Park or visit one of the many museums. The city is renowned for its coffee culture and boasts an array of independent cafés as well as the world’s first Starbucks. In the evening discover Seattle’s thriving music scene and great bars.
Mount Rainier National Park
Mighty Mount Rainier is the tallest peak in the Cascade Range and towers over the Washington landscape. Visitors to this national park are rewarded with views not just of the snow-capped volcano but also of lakes, rivers, waterfalls and lush forests. In the summer see beautiful wildflower meadows. Explore this spectacular park on one of the many walking trails or take in the vista while driving along the scenic byways.
Olympic National Park
Covering nearly one million acres in Washington’s northwest corner, this remarkable national park and UNESCO World Heritage Site is incredibly diverse. Explore its ancient rainforests and waterfalls, rugged mountains and pristine glacial lakes. There’s also 60 miles of beautiful, wilderness coastline to discover.
Oregon’s largest city combines cosmopolitan charm with a touch of quirkiness. Head to the Pearl District for cool bars and boutique shopping or relax in one of the parks and rose gardens. The city is renowned for its thriving craft beer scene and is home to over 50 breweries! A short drive from Portland is picturesque Columbia Gorge and Mount Hood.
Oregon boasts more than 360 miles of spectacular coastline ranging from wide sandy beaches and romantic coves to rugged bluffs and tide pools. Dotted along the coast are friendly seaside resorts and charming towns, such as Gleneden Beach and Florence. Visit the remarkable Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area – these towering sand formations can be viewed from a walking trail or on a fun dune buggy.
The jewel in Oregon’s crown is stunning Crater Lake. Formed by the collapse of a volcano this lake is the deepest in the USA and is renowned for its pristine blue waters. Drive around the caldera rim for amazing views down the cliffs to the lake. Stay in cultural Ashland, an attractive town renowned for its 9 month long Shakespeare Festival or at Sunriver, a small resort town with a scenic setting that’s ideal for enjoying outdoor activities.
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