Travel & Adventure

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Seattle in Bloom Hotel Promotion

Everyone could use a little more flower power in their day so, throughout August, overnight guests at Downtown Seattle hotels will receive a complimentary bouquet of Pike Place Market’s flowers via Visit Seattle’s new “Seattle in Bloom” promotion.

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SageCliffe Resort & Spa

Up above one the most beautiful backdrops in the Pacific Northwest sits SageCliffe Resort & Spa, overlooking the Columbia River Gorge. This breathtaking resort and spa in Quincy is just two hours east of Seattle.

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Hyatt at Olive 8 Reopens in Seattle

After closing its doors in the early stages of the pandemic, Hyatt at Olive 8 has re-opened in Seattle and is welcoming guests back to the boutique hotel. The re-opening comes with the celebration of a new on-site bagel shop and a re-imagined raw bar.

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Eritage Resort

Tucked away in the Blue Mountains just a four-hour drive from Seattle, you’ll find the Eritage Resort. This luxurious resort in Walla Walla is just a few miles from some of the state’s finest winemakers and home to the most captivating sunsets, exclusive amenities and five-star service.

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Best Spots to Picnic

The Pacific Northwest is arguably one of the dreamiest destinations in the United States. Between evergreen forests and towering oceanside cliffs, the state’s natural landmarks are certainly a sight to behold. Here are some of the best spots to picnic and immerse yourself in the wonder of Washington.

The Lodge at St. Edward State Park

The Lodge at St. Edward State Park Opens in May

Set on the picturesque eastern shore of Lake Washington, The Lodge at St. Edward State Park is scheduled to open its doors in May. The new hotel, which is a repurposed landmark seminary building, promises to be a retreat that offers modern hospitality among beautiful, timeless architecture.

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Seattle’s Smith Tower Reopens

One of Seattle’s historic landmarks, Smith Tower, has announced it is reopening to visitors. Now, locals can once again take in the 360-degree views of Seattle from the Observatory and sip and savor at the Smith Tower Observatory Bar.