Book your Downtown Seattle getaway
Tours & Tastings
With a dozen or so wineries and tasting rooms set in downtown Seattle, this sets the background for the perfect weekend getaway destination.More
Hotels & Resorts
When visiting downtown Seattle, there are plenty of options to choose your place to rest; from the high-end to the budget-level hotel chains.More
Bars & Restaurants
There are plenty of culinary options that will please any discerning palette in your group.More
Transportation & Tour Companies
Leave the driving to someone else by hiring a car and driver, public bus, light rail or ride share app services, allowing you to tour all throughout Seattle.More
Downtown Seattle's seasons
Know what the best season is to visit Downtown Seattle and what to wear.
(November - Februrary) the winter season in Seattle and it's one of the prettiest times of the year to visit with the town alight for the holidays. Expect temperatures to be anywhere from the low 30's - low mid 40's.
(March - June) Typically offering a long spring season, Seattle starts to warm up, delivering temperatures from the low 40's to the low 70's towards the end of spring.
(July - August) Summer weather typically doesn't start until after the 4th of July weekend, meaning you'll experience the occasional shower here and there, but the temperatures will be in the low 60's to low 80's.
September - October offers a short fall season, but since the area typically gets an extended summer season through fall, expect temperatures to still sit in the high 50's to low 70's.
Downtown Seattle's travel tips
Traveling to Downtown Seattle
- Set your airport destination to be SEATAC or Seattle International Airport (SEA) and you'll be about 25 minutes from downtown Seattle.
- If you are already in the local area, there's a few different transportation companies that can get you around from popular ride sharing apps. If you are flying privately, we recommend selecting Boeing Field (officially King County International Airport- airport code BFI as this will allow you to land just minutes within downtown Seattle.
- There's plenty of public transportation options to choose from when milling about downtown Seattle.
About Downtown Seattle
SODO or South Downtown as it's known has quickly gentrified the area, becoming the new destination to discover small, boutique wine, beer and distilleries.