Downtown Living

Contemporary Building
Contemporary Building
1 Review

From $53 / night

Seattle, WA
Downtown Living
1 bedrooms
2 guests
No min stay

Overview Description


Bedrooms: 1
Bathrooms: 1
Sleeps: 2
Type: Condo
Per night: $150 - $190
Per week: $900
Pets allowed: No
Internet: Yes
Description of the Seattle vacation condo rental
Comfortable and convenient downtown living apartment with hundreds to see and do right in the heart of Seattle. Blocks away from Pike Place and Space Needle, Pacific Place and the Convention Center. Kitchen and appliances available for use. Building amenities include an outdoor courtyard with BBQ's, media room and fitness center.
Businesses around the area include:

- A-1 Laundry and Cleaners
- Belltown Dental
- Belltown Pizza
- Casuelita's Caribbean Cuisine
- Cherry Hill Antiques
- Estrella
- Gary Anderson Studio
- I CANDI Studios
- Kuhlman
- Mars Hill Graduate School
- Minnie's Cafe
- New Town Market
- Old Spaghetti Factory
- RealNetworks
- Subway
- Sushi Kyo
- Tully's Coffee
- Vespa Seattle
- Waterfront Seafood Grill
- Wax on Spa

Alice Liou

Area Information
From Trip Advisor: Belltown is the center of Seattle's fine dining and nightlife scene. If you are looking for a touch of local flavor, this is the place.  Belltown boasts over 100 restaurants in the zipcode alone, and vibrant local bars and music venues.  On Friday and Saturday nights the streets of Belltown are vibrant and packed with revelers. 

For the yuppie party set, First Avenue (between Blanchard and Battery) is the place to be on Friday and Saturday nights.  Bars and restaurants there include Copper Cart, Venom, Amber, Ohana, Belltown Billiards, and Twist.  The more creative and alternative set retreats to Second Avenue on these nights and head to the Whisky Bar, JuJu, Rendezvous, Buddha Belltown, and Shorty's.

You can find just about any type of food in Belltown, as well.  Some popular asian inspired restaurants include Umi (sushi), Wasabi Bistro (sushi), Kushibar (Japanese Street Food), and Noodle Ranch (Pan Asian).  Fine dining is best discovered at Spur, Brasa, and Barsa.  Classic bistro food can be found at Queen City Grill and Amber.  Cheap eats abound at happy hours at most bars daily (usually from 4-6 pm).  There are also pizza joints, philly cheese steaks, tacos, mexican food.  You name it, Belltown's got it. It's actually hard to throw a stone without hitting a restaurant in Belltown.

Art is a huge part of the cuture in Belltown. There are numerous galleries (Roq La Rue is the most notable), murals, sculptures, and music studios.  Belltown is also home to Seattle's biggest art school--The Art Institute of Seattle.

Belltown's a great place to visit and live.  No two days are ever alike, and you almost never have to cook at home.  Perfection.

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Derek Horton


Derek Horton

Victoria BC Canada


November 15, 2012

Great location, easy access. Neat, tidy place. Has everything you need. Spice rack, oil, shampoo etc. like the best hotel option out there and still way better. Owner was helpful, pleasant and punctual to speak with. Highly recommend!!!

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