Sleep Inn Sea Tac Airport
20406 International Blvd
SeaTac, WA 98198
Phone: (206) 878-3600
Fax: (206) 824-8559
Designed by Fentress Bradburn Architects Ltd. of Denver, the Pacific Marketplace in the Sea-Tac International Airport is a great place to dine, shop and relax before your flight. The $133 million, 240,000 sq ft structure was created with the traveler's needs in mind, including comfortable seats that can be moved around the terminal and reasonable pricing for food items. There is a range of dining options such as Anthony's Restaurant (upscale seafood cuisine), Ivar's Seafood Bar, Makai of Japan, Kathy Casey Dish D'Lish (upscale deli), Pallino Pastaria, Dilettante Chocolates, Qdoba Mexican Grill and Wendy's. Shops include Borders Books, Discover Puget Sound (gifts and artwork), Ex Officio (clothing), The Body Shop, National Geographic's Store, Made in Washington and Kids Works. A highlight of Pacific Marketplace is the dramatic focal point: a series of 449 glass panes which provide a fantastic view of the Olympic Mountains and departing planes. Since Pacific Marketplace is located past security, it is only accessible for ticketed passengers.
This place is like a heaven for Seattles fashion lovers with 75 stores and five sit down restaurants and also a state of the art cinema this place is entertainment gallore. Here you can find great deals on clothes, linen, accessories, shoes, you name it. There is even a Sky Terrace which is given out on rent for private functions. And for those who like to window shop and dine out there are plenty of options with the various restaurants located inside the Westfield Southcenter
Aston Martin's collection of elegant and classy sports cars is renowned the world over. The hi-tech technology and sleek designs have made it one of the leading automobile manufacturing brands. Check out the leading models on the website, or just head to the showroom, Park Place Aston Martin in Bellevue. Finding something that suits your personality and requirements is easy, but make sure you have the dough. Drooling over these mean machines is optional!
This major Southcenter Mall at the south end of Greater Seattle is one of the largest malls in the area. Located just minutes from SeaTac Airport, the mall has major department stores-Nordstrom, the Bon Marche, JC Penney, Sears-and more than 150 other stores and service centers, including the new Gene Juarez Salon & Spa and Avon. If you get hungry or thirsty, there is plenty to eat at the Rainier Food Court. There is free parking in the vast lots.
It's got battlements and stone lions, but the entire facade disguises a Pan-Asian shopping mall in the Seattle-Tacoma suburban corridor. Here, you can get practically anything and everything Asian, foodstuff, such as live fish and dried seaweed at the 99 Ranch Market, treats, such as tapioca pearl iced tea at Mak's, and therapeutic goods such as Indonesian bird's nest at Pacific Herb and Grocery. Get your hair styled, take out a loan, eat a bowl of noodles, flip through a Chinese tabloid and buy some Pokémon cards. Then find your car in the immense parking lot to tote it all home.
If you're a water-sports enthusiast, Wiley's Waterski and Wakeboard Pro Shop is going to be a delightful discovery for you. Everything you need to have some fun in the water is available here, and you are sure to have a hard time choosing the one you want. Apart from waterskis and wakeboards, this store also carries essentials like waterski bindings, life jackets, wetsuits and accessories. You'll find equipment by noted brands like O' Brien, Connelly and Radar.
At first glance, Super Deli Mart in West Seattle appears to be nothing more than your run-of-the-mill convenience store. However, upon closer inspection you'll come to find that it's much, much more. Shelf upon shelf is lined with bottles of premium beer, wine, and champagne. There's also several stocked humidors for cigar lovers, and a full-service deli slinging quality sandwiches. But the best part is undoubtedly the microbrews on tap behind the counter. That's right - you can buy and drink pint (or refill a growler) while browsing the store.
Kiko, a renowned designer from Manila, uses his expert skills to dress up brides in his gorgeous creations. Fabrics with the best texture go into the creation of any attire. Apart from bridal wear, you can also get a splendid evening gown designed by Kiko. Every tiny detail of the garment, right from the lace to the bead work, is stitched with extreme care. Though the store is open daily, schedule an appointment before your visit.
Supermall the Northwest's largest, lets shoppers save on popular brands. Located only 30 minutes south of Seattle and just 15 minutes from Seatle Airport, this mall features over 120 outlets, clearance and specialty stores, including many world famous brands. Once at the mall, stop-off at the Train or Carousel Court information center to pick up a free coupon book.
Fantagraphics bookstore and Gallery is nestled in the famous Seattle neighborhood of Georgetown. It has a brightly lit interior and packs everything from books, graphic novels, posters other merchandise. A browser friendly store, it even has a room for out of print and discounted books. Located close to a variety of eateries and coffee shops, one is bound to spend an enjoyable few hours browsing here.The store also hosts monthly art exhibitions, along with screenings, readings, music and other performances.
Seattle Design Center has about 65 showrooms and you can indulge in the finest of materials from furniture to carpets, cabinetry to electrical lighting and fixtures and other accessories that decorate your house. Over 1,500 manufacturers display their products here. Furniture is custom made and an extremely reliable source if you wish to furnish your home with the best. Seattle Design Center, is also engaged in spreading the art by holding numerous events and auctions regularly. There are events where interior designers, consumers, architects and random visitors can participate and expose their creativity.
You don't have to be a kid to enjoy a visit to RetroActive Kids, a store that stocks all manner of vintage and unusual items. The brainchild of Trisha Gilmore and Beth Reyes, this is the kind of store you may first visit with the intention of buying something for your child, but then end up being fascinated by the many vintage collectibles yourself. There is also a hair salon within the store, where both you and the little one can get your hair cut.